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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SOCIETY BRAND

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Come in and see our new line of Spring Hats and
Furnishings.
We make Suits to your measure from $16.50 up.

J. F. WUERTH CO.
NEXT TO ORPHEUM

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State St.
Arcade

Main and
Washington Sts.

TYPEWRITERS
For Rent or Sale

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to Teach a Girl
is choosing a wardrobe fit for a gentlewoman, without the help of
Mother and more experienced older sisters.
And the simplest way to learn [that is to keep in touch with a
shop whose clothes are invariably in good taste.
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Are BEST SATISFIED By Us
PHONE 115
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
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H A L LE R & FUL L E R
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UNIVERSITY MEN, FAOR
COMPULSORY TRAINING
FIVE PROFESSORS INTERVIEWED
SEE BENEFIT IN PASSAGE
OF BILL
That the military training bill now
before the United States senate is ap-
proved of by many of the University's
professors is shown by the tenor of
a number of interviews granted yes-
terday. Authorities believe that when
the bill has passed through the mills
of legislation it will require from six
to 12 months' training for every youth
19 years old and two or more weeks
each succeeding year until the age of
26 is reached.
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne of the history
department said, "I am in favor of uni-
versal compulsory military training
for every young man in the whole re-
public."
Prof. J. S. Reeves of the political
science department said: "I am thor-
oughly in favor of general military
training. While I am not familiar with
the details I believe in the principle
and hope that the bill passes."
Prof. W. H. Hobbs of the geology de-
partment said: "I am in favor of the
principle of universal compulsory
military training. As for the bills be-
fore the senate I expect a compromise;
perhaps a bill requiring nine months
fdr the first year or something
similar."
Prof. W. A. Frayer of the history de-
partment said: "In theory, compulsory
military training is all right. Off
course there are practical difficulties
which can be dealt with by experts
only."
Prof. Louis A. Strauss of the Eng-
lish department said: "I am in favor
of the principle of universal military
training but of the details I have not
decided."
ROBINSON DEFINES ANARCHISM
Summarizes Principles Before Invited
Audience of 50
"Scientific Anarchism" was the sub-
ject of a talk delivered Friday night
by Prof. John Beverly Robinson of
Wvashington university, St.tLouis, to an
invited audience of 50 at the home of
Miss Agnes Inglis, 1340 Wilmot street.
Professor Robinson is the author of
several pamphlets on political, eco-
nomic, and social topics, and recently
contributed several communications
on pacifism to The Daily.
Interest, rent, and profit are the
principal objects of the attack of an-
archism, as, from the viewpoint of the
anarchist, they take from the producer
and give to the non-producer. The
theory of scientific anarchism, accord-
ing to Professor Robinson, by remov-
ing these causes of distress, will ulti-
mately remove all inequality between
man and man, and give to each the
same benefits and enjoyments from
life that he is entitled to as a human
being.
Professor Robinson summarized an-
archism thus: "It is the revolt of the
individual against the institution, the
introduction of the spirit of Protest-
antism into government, as Luther and
his adherents introduced it into re-
ligion. It aims not to remove gov-
ernment, but to make it the servant
of the people instead of their master."
Senior Supper Tickets to Go on Sale
Tickets for the senior girls' supper
will be on sale from 8 to 12 o'clock
Monday in the general library.

ELECT OFFICERS FOR
ANN ARBOR BIRD CLUB
TOWNSPEOPLE ORGANIZE WITH
ST UDENTS TO STUDY HABITS
AND PROTECT BIRDS
About Su people attended the first
meeting of the Ann Arbor Bird club
which was held in the natural science
auditorium Friday night and officers
were elected as follows: A. D. Tinker,
president; Miss M. E. Bennett, vice-
president, and H. T. Sherman, '18, sec-
retary-treasurer. S. W. Clarkson, Dr.
E. D. Walker, Dr. M. M. Peet, Mr. Han-
navan, and Dr. R. W. Hegner comprise
the executive committee.
The purpose and activities of the
club for the coming spring and sum-
mer were outlined and explained.
There will be two branches of the
club, a senior branch consisting of
high school and university students
and townspeople, and a junior branch
composed of children of the grade
schools. Bi-weekly metings of the
senior organization will be held and
trips will be taken into the country on
Saturday and Sunday mornings, in
groups of ten or twelve, to study birds
and their habits.
Another ambition of the club will
be the extermination of the English
sparrow in the city and the protec-
tion of the other birds during the
nesting season from cats and squir-
rels. The building of bird houses will
be encouraged.

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IN OUR

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IN
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BOOKKEEPING
PENMANSHIP
Monday-Wednesday-Friday Evenings
Begin March 5th Enroll Today

If You Seek
For unvarying quality in Men's
Wear you will find satisfaction at
THE
Varsity Toggery
SHOP
1107 S. University Ave.

Hamilton Business College
Statt and William

Typewriting
Multigraphing
Mimeopraphing

Electric Auto Heater--Keeps Your Engine Warn
Costs very little to operate
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
It its not Right we make it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington it.

Engineering

News

HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
STATE AND WILLIAM

The
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System

PUBLISHED BY
The American Law Book Co.
27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK.

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Sanitary
Cleaning and Pressing
Co.
Phone 2225
Successors to F. L. Hall
514 E. WILLIAM ST.

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PROF. WATERMAN WILL TELL
STUDENTS OF FIRST UNITARIAN
Prof. Leroy Waterman of the Sem-
itics department, will address the Stu-
dents' society of the Unitarian church
at 6:30 o'clock this evening. The title
of his address is "The First Unitar-
ian." He will treat the subject from
an historical point of view. Next Sun-
day Prof. Ermine C. Case will give
an illustrated lecture on "The Origin
of Man."

Prof. John C. Parker of the engin-
eering department, was in Monroe,
Mich., yesterday in consultation with
the city officials in regard to the pro-
posed sale of the municipal power
plant to a large operatinV corpora-
tion.
A representative of the Fort Wayne
branch of the General Electric com-
pany will be in room 268 of the eng-
ineering building tomorrow to meet
senior electricals who are anxious to
secure positions with that concern.
Consultations will be by appointment.
J. R. Pollock, treasurer of the senior
engineer class, announced yesterday
that all members of the class must
pay their dues before March 17 in ord-
er to have their names appear on the
programs and invitations and in order
to take part in any of the activities
of the class. Assistants to the treas-
urer have been appointed who will
collect the dues from the men in their
own departments. The assistants are:
W. C. Hansen, chemicals; A. H Cohn,
civils; S. H. Emerick, mechanicals;
L. W. Brunson, electricals, and W. F.
Gerhardt, marines.
Samples of the invitations of the
senior engineering class will be placed
in the Engineering society rooms to-
morrow for inspection. No orders will
be accepted later than March 25. The
invitations will cost 40 cents apiece
and this must be paid at the time the
order is given. T. F. Sheahan will be
in the Engineering society rooms at
11 o'clock Monday, at 9 o'clock Tues-
day and Thursday, at 5 o'clock Wed-
nesday, and at 8 o'clock Friday, to
take the orders and J. B. Franks will
be in room 324 of the engineering
building at hours to be announced
later.
Sophomore engineers at their as-

W E Solicit all the little breaks and bends
that occur in your home among eye-
glasses, rings, hat pins, brooches and such like

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Phone 152-W

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to our stock, a considerable portion of which has been subscribed and the remainder
is now being subscribed very fast. If you wish to see a real pump in operation or
care for a very profitable investment, come and see us
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Open from g A. M. to 8:30 P. M.

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FOR RENT - Light Housekeeping
rooms. Prices reasonable; all con-
veniences. Call 843-M, or at 711
Catherine.
FOR RENT- Single room, $2.00 per
week. 908 Monroe Ave. Phone
1549-R.
FOR RENT-Exceptional room near
campus. Mrs. O. P. Burgess. 802
Monroe. 4-6
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Five new Olivers, num-
ber nines. Five bargains for five
persons needing typewriters. Ham-
ilton Business College, State and
William. 2-8

LOST

LOST-At senior Lit. party in Armory,
Gold pin-leaves and lilly with
pearl. Finder please call 2196-M. 4-6
LOST-Don't wish for that lost article
-recover it by an ad in The Mich-
igan Daily.
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Call 376-W. 4
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MISCELLANEOUS
PRIVATE BOARD $5 weekly. Inquire
at 410 Church St. Phone 450-R.
1-10 inel

with each job of a Dollar or
more at
FREI) H. RICE Shoe Shop
Phone 2428 329 S. Main
OPPOSITE ORPHEUM
sembly last Thursday elected a com-
mittee of five men for the soph prom.
The following men were elected: E.
M. Miller, chairman; C. T. Van Dusen,
H. J. Mack, R. S. Bridge, and D. M.
Springer.
JEWISH STUDENT ORGANIZATION
WILL HEAR REV. L. C. DOUGLAS'
The Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas of the
Congregational church will address
the Jewish Student congregation of
the University at its regular weekly
meeting at 6:45 o'clock tonight in
Newberry hall. The subject of his ad-
dress will be "Contemplation."
This is the first time that an Annj
Arbor minister has addressed the
Jewish Students' 'congregation. The
regular Jewish ritual service will be
read. The public is invited to attend.I

the Qclip8Qe
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same manner as the sunlight
makes a torch ashamed of itself.
We are thoroughly well-equip-
ped to handle the most delicate
work and we exercise a lot of
care to make sure that you will
be pleased.

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See us for anything in the
Realm of Music

TRY OUR VICTOR RECORD APPROVAL SERVICE
For March Records out February 28th

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Phone 2355 24No. Main St.
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