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Now is the time for

_____.oat.
Trousers ==A Suit
Vest
Simple enough. And yet how rare a thing to get a suit that
really "suits."
Coat that fits and drapes-
Trousers that hang clean and straight-
Vest free from unsightly wrinkles.
Only a few manufacturers can be relied upon to turn the trick
every time.
Stein Block and Michaels-Stern do
Only a few dealers carry a large enough variety, of styles and
models to furnish the right suit for every man.
We Do
SUITS FROM $15.00 UP TO $35.00
Lindenschmidt, Apfel Co.!

Calkins
Drug
Con
For 30 Years the Best

KODAKS and KODAKING
We have a complete line of Eastman
Kodaks and Supplies. Let us do your
finishing. Dev. l5c, Prints 3c to 5c.

Co rd onV s
We have Just received

another

shipment

of

324 So. Stat.

or 1123 So. Univ. Ave.

this popular shoe in
BLACK and TAN.
Special Agency Nettleton shoes

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SPRING OXFORDS

SEE OUR

BOSTONIANS
In CORDO CALF and BLACK CALF
At $5.00, $5.50 $6.00, $6.50 and $7.00
CAMPUS BOOTERY
308 S. State Street
ALIMAND & FORSYTHE and 215 S. Main St.

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TEA STRAINERS-TEA BALLS
A new and varied line of sterling
silver and plated tea strainers and tea
baIls.
See our new individual I tea balls.
Special silver tea balls and strainers,
5Oc and 75c.

HALLER & FULLER,

State Street Jewelers

INDEPENDENT GIRLS TO
SECUREHEADQUATERS
COMMITTEE EXPECTS TO OBTAIN
CLUB HOUSE FOR NEXT t
YEAR SOON
Plans for a clubhouse to be used as
headquarters for the Independent
Girls' club next year are progressing
rapidly, and before the close of the
present semester the committee hopes,
to announce that a house has been
secured. The house will be near the
campus and will accommodate 15 or
20 women.
These women are to be chosen on,
the basis of scholarship, ability to co-3
operate with others, interest in cam-
pus activities, and interest in the In-j
dependent Girls' club. Preference
will be given to members of the club,
although other independent women
who are equally active in campus or-
ganizations will not be excluded.
Several names have been submitted,
and these together with any names
received in the next few days, are to
be decided upon by a committee con-
sisting of the dean of .women, the
president of the Independent Girls'
club, and three others appointed by
the latter. Women who wish to live,
in the clubhouse next year may phone
Grace Rose, '18, or Annetta Wood, '17,,
as soon as possible.:
"MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR"
HOLDS FULL DRESS REHEARSAL
Proceeds from Oratorical Association
Play to Be Donated to Am.
bulance Unit
Last night's full dress rehearsal of
the Shakespearean play "Merry Wives'
of Windsor," which is to be presented
Friday night, May 18, in University
hall under the auspices of the Ora-]
torical association, was marked by a
swing and enthusiasm that presages
a production which will be the best
yet given by the students of the play
production classes.
The entire proceeds of the play are
to be turned over to the local ambu-
lance unit which is attempting to
raise enough funds to finance the
corp.
This will be the second production
of a Shakespearean play in full dress
since 1896, when "Julius Caesar" was
presented in University Hall.
VOLUMES OF BERLIN PAPERS
GIFT OF PROF. F. N. SCOTT
Two volumes of Berlin newspapers
for the months of August and Septem-
ber, 1914, have been presented to the
Library by Prof. F. N. Scott of the
rhetoric department. These papers,
collected by Professor Scott in Berlin
during the first two months of the war,
give the reader a good opinion of the
Germans' attitude of war. Although
all issues are not of the same newspa-
per, the dates are consecutive. These
papers were printed before the Ger-
man government put a very strict
censorship upon them.
The papers are now in the catalogu-
ing department, but will be on display
soon.
Last of Illinois Ambulance Unit Goes
Champaign, Ill., May 16.-The last
of the men composing the University
of Illinois unit for the American am-
bulance field service left Champaign
yesterday. Only a few intimate friends
were at the station to see the group
of two or three depart on various
trains throughout the day.

Every man who worked 60 days or
more averaged 571 new silver dollars.
They are at Wahr's. Help the farmer
by selling him the "People's Home
Library." Help your government by
buying bonds with your profit. You
can -do your "bit" without going to
war. Call 433-M. 17

Woods Appeal to
Senior Engineers
That the call of the wild with all
of its attending characteristics added
to $100 a month has made eight sen-
ior engineers a happy and contented
lot is evident from letters recently re-
ceived by Prof. Henry E. Riggs from
some of the men who are at Quantico,
Up to date the men have been doing
surveying, preliminary to the con-
struction of a concentration camp for
the government. They have con-
structed a large one-room summerpa-
villion for sleeping quarters and have
named it "The Michigan Union." As
soon as construction begins they will
be put on as inspectors, and time-
keepers. The superintendent told the
men that they were really being taught
contracting and that the camp will be
good training for them as superintend-
ents. They will be transferred to
other jobs in the near future.
MICHIGAN MEN
IN THE SERVICE
Students to the number of 666 have
already left the literary and engineer-
ing colleges for military service and
farm work. A partial list of the liter-
ary students follows. The Daily will
publish each day a similar roll until
all the names have been included.
Those who have left for military ser-
vice are, in part:
C. H. Adams, '18,-J. H. Adams, '18,
W. T. Adams, '17, Bryan Akers, '19, J.
K. Akers, '20, L. A. Arentz, '17, Neff
Ashworth, '20, S. E. Ashworth, '20, J.
M. Bacon, J. F. Barron, '18, P. P. Bash,
'19, Irving Bauer, Travis Beal, '17, R.
H. Bennett, '18, R. B. Bigelow, '20, V.
T. Bledsoe, '19, N. T. Bolles, '18, Paul
Booth, '20, E. F. Boxell, '20, E, B.
Bradley, '20, C. A. Bradley, '18, G. L.
Bronson, '19, W. S. Burchell, '19, K.
S. Burge, '17, R. M. Burley, '19, and C.
E. Butler, '20.
Those who have left for farm work
are, in part:
B. J. Ahrens, '19, J. C. Andrews,
Kenyon Andrews, P. O. Avery, '19, D.
H. Baad, '20, William Bade,'20, J. M.
Bailey, '19, W. J. Baumgartner, '18, M.
I. Baym, '20, G. C. Bean, J. H. Belknap,
'20, E. M. Bender, '19, William Bern-
stein, '20, V. C. Bidlack '17, Bardwell
Blake, '20, S. P. Blasier, '20, R. M.
Boothby, '17, H. F. Boron, '20, A. W.
Brake, '18, L. R. Brink, '17, F. W. Brit-
ton, '20 R. P. Brown, '18, D. W. Brusie,
'20, and L. T. Burr, '20.
SOPH ENGINEERS ELECT HONOR
COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVES
At a special meeting of the sopho-
more engineers Monday, J. R. St.
Clair and G. S. Hodges were elected
to serve on the honor committee next
year.
The following men were chosen for
captains of the spring games: C. E.
Fuess, captain third relay team; G.
C Garrett, captain middleweight tug-
of-war team; C. R. Nyman, captain
heavyweight tug-of-war team.
R. D. Smith and H. J. Mack were
nominated for student councilmen to
be voted upon at the next reular as-
sembly May 31.
QUESTION: Is it within the realms
of possibility for 120 pounds of mas-
culinity to hoist 400 pounds of femin-
ity into an upper berth on a rolling
ship?
ANSWER: See Max Linder in "Max
Comes Across," something new in com-
edies, at the Arcade today.-Adv. 17

Estimates on all first class work in
painting, papering, tinting, etc., glad-
ly given. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
237.-Adv. 11-17
Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and
sized without inJury. Koch & Henne. ft

WA HRVS Shoe Stores
M al St. Stae St.

DRUGS

Make It Two!l
'Coca-Cola is always a mighty 'welcome sug es-
tion, whether the crowd's hot and "dry' or
just wanting a glass of delicious refresh-
men. It's the favorite call of millions-daily.
Demand the genuine by full name-
nicknames encourage substitution
THE COCA-COLA CO., ATLANTA, GA.
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Our Developing and Printing Service is Prompt and Satisfactory
THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
200-204 E. LIBERTY STREET

After the Theatre Party or
Dance, Lunch at the
STATE STREET
LUNCUH
334 S. State Street
Open Till Midnight
Tables for'Ladies

Fitform

Cameras -- Photo Supplies

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Suits

Engravedn
Personal

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Dinners a la Carte

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Order

them at once

from

REGULAR DINNERS
Served 11:30 a. m. to 7:00 p. m.
Steaks and Chops at All Hours
All Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
in Season.
A TRIAL WILL CON-
VINCE YOU

and
To 'Coats
For Spring
Young Men, whe
looking around fc

he Mayer-Schairer Company

your new

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112 S. Main Street

SPRING SUiT

Fountain Pens repaired, straighten- Beautify and preserve your screens
ed, and adjusted. Haller & Fuller, by using Major's Screen Paint. All size
State St. Jewelers.-Adv. 10-17 packages. Phone 237.-Adv. 11-17inc
Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wiid Fountain Pens repaired. straighten-
Co., Leading Merchant Tailors. State ed, and adjusted. Haller & Fuller,
St. t1 State St. Jewelers.-Adv. 10-17

Whether you are
purchasin'g a new
summer suit or
must make another
do, you want to ap-
pear best in either.
Our business is to
see that you do-
Prove it!
Marquardt
CAMPUS TAILOR
516 E. William St.

or

TOP COATS
come direct to
CORBETTS
116 E. Liberty.

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Here you will find
the Young Mcen's
Clothing you have
been looking for.

LOST
LOST-Leather purse containing cash
on Church St., between South Uni-
versity and Wa shtenaw, Alonday
night. Finder will kindly leave at
Daily office. Reward. 17
LOST-Will person who found,2 cups
and set of dental instruments hid-
den on surveying grounds return
them to Daily office. Reward. 16-7
LOST-On vGlee club serenade Tues-
day, a loose-leaf note book, contain-
ing lectures and first aid notes. Call
1219-J.
LOST-- Slide rualeiii.nn.ineerin
building. Finderleale return to
203 S. Ingalls St., or call 1170-J.
LOST-Round-up Pin. Please phone
2488-M. 15-16-17

WANTED

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WANTED-Men for special farm work,
average over $5 a day. To begin
about June 20th. Call."433-M, or at
721 North University. 17
FOR RENT
FOR SALE- Old Town canoe selling
at sacrifice with full equipment. Call
16. 11-17 inc
MISCELLANEOUS
AN INTELLIGENT person may earn
$100 monthly corresponding for
newspapers; $40 to $50 monthly in
spare time; experience unnecessary;
no canvassing; subjects suggested.
Send for particulars. Iational Press
Bureau, Room 2558, Buffalo, N. Y.-
USE Daily Want-Ads.

THE

SPRUNK

ENG RAVING

THE STORE
OF QUALITY

LET US SEND YOU
AN ASSORTMENT OF VICTOR RECORDS
on our twenty-four hour approval plan! Select a dozen numbers, you
would like to hear in your own home. Phone us, 1707, and we will
send same.
VICTOR VICTROLAS FROM $15.00 TO $300.00
CONVENIENT PAYMENTS!
GRINNELL BROTHERS
116 SOUTH MAIN STREET

CO.

Has Moved to

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700 Marquette Bldg.
The 571 new silver dollars at Wahr's
will buy five Liberty Bonds. Are you
buying? Call 433-M. We will tell you
how.-Adv. 17

TOM CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St.
Try iTe Young fren's Shop
Try The Daily for service.

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