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a 1Vlit.,HI 1V VAILY

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April 8th

Prepare Now

Make your-selection from ou~r vast assortment of distinctive
weaves and colorful blends.

G.II.
Leading Merchant Tailors

Wild Company
STATE STREET

huh Grade TOOLS for WOOD andI

O fficial n ew spa pt: t c. .--,ty o
Mir:, gan, Publihedeer uaiyecp
Mo6.nday during the uni% ersity er
entered at the post-office atAnnA;boras
second-class matter.
script ions. tby carrier,$.ob iil 3
Want ad. staOtion: uay',Sid i-j
p Store; TeDla o~a(a
P ~ i-hones: Busine-s, y6(,l !onl ~~
Commnunications not to cctjowod
in length, or noti,:t of eets il b 1b
lished in The Daily, at thci'c:tj"yofthe
Editor, if left at theofienthAn ro
Press Bldg., or in the notice bxi h eI
corridor of the general]irr, hr h
notices are collected at 7:oo okec
evening.
John C. B. iake ..Mto.n h,
Clarence T. Fsdih...Vu n-sMng
Conrad N. Chur c.,........es i0
Lee E.Jos)y; , ...,,
Harold A. i it g ...I
Harold C. L.Jacsn. es~hht-
Marian Wilson.......Wme' dio
Carleton NW. 1'i ,...,
F,.Can-phe!. ."A,itant 3-in<,JAlinae
Phi1Jlill'.1 y..ssa t Jwoes laa,
Albert E . 1Toe. AssatBsn~ aig
Roscoe R. Rau,. A stn ~~csMn~e
Fred M. Sutter. . .Asitn 1 n~ du
r -- NigMt Editors _

FORGE SHOPS

H. Ls SWITZ ER C O.

HARDWARE

301 Mtate St.

SPORTING GOODS

Choice Selection of Place Cards
and Dance Programs
The Slater Book Shop
Phone 430 336 S. State St.

J. L. Stadeker
C. M. tickling
B3. A. Swaney

L. W. Zeiet

. . .....,rL. S. ;, 1hompson
reportersj

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1I. C. Garriso
C. S. Clark
R. II. Frieken
1B. L. Millar
D. H. Cruttenden
K. L. Wehmeyer
Annetta L. W\ood
T. F. McAllister
C. C. Andrhews,
C.

G. 0. IBrophg
Mildred C. Mighel
Jr P. 'Hart
Allant,)Shoe. iuld
B. 1Dcl'.' Id

ANNOUNCEMENT

YSCRITIV1IS1101'.CTE DAILY
l: ill -TI IMEl) ANI) VOID OF
Lt :or, The Michigan Daily:
'lecriticisms of the policy of The
MOichigan Daily regarding its attitude
toadmilitary training which ap-
_pe-ired in Tuesday's issue seem to be
not :. only entirely void of reason but
exceeinglyill-timed.
Speakin1g from the standpoiut of a
layman , I should say that the purpose
of'' he )aily should be to work for
bieiwiermntand advancement of
this University, taking a stand at all
times for that which it conceives to
be right and for the best interest of
the University. What force for good
would a college paper be which merely
echoed the illusive opinion of the ma-
cerk y of the student body? What re-
-etwould be accorded to a publica-
cjn hose policy was a continual
groingin the dark after that in-
tangblething called "public opin-
ion?"
The statement that the general
sentient of the- student body is op-
posed to military training is unfound-
6d. The citation of the number of stu-
lef ow enrolled at the volunteer
1 ils that are being held is no basis
for argument as is shown by campar-
~ng hosefigures with figures of the
efereduns vote taken Nov. 30, 1915.
Ilr is useless to reiterate the advan-
tagsif military training, 'that fore-
rinmer of the monster militarism" as
"V. L. MX. has so dramatically styled it.
They have been ably brought out many
ruc in your columns and it is my
aretwish that the good practical
eiecontained in them will do much
o estroy that insipid, sentimental,
adidealistic train of thought which
1isbeen manifested of late.
In view of the present political
'rssthrough which we are passing.
tisto be hoped that the literary
Aliiy(? ) of the hitherto unrecog-
aized geniuses among us will be
shown in articles on less important
topics. C. U. H-., 'l9Lit.
Hosp ital otes
George R. Clark, '20, was quaran-
lndin his room yesterday morning
wihthe German measles.
Jay Stough, '18, was confined to his;
room yesterday morning with the Ger-,
inan measles.
Harold 0. Fullerton, '19E, was sentt
,esterday afternoon to the internal3
Maedicinge ward of the University hos-
pital.1
7 r ive, progressive, up-to-dlate ad-
ert , i sing use The Michigan Daily.

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Gives you the best Tailoring service
to be obtained anywhere in the coun-
try, coupled with a wonderful line
of Woolens.

1 06 E. Huron Street

Opposite ,Court Howse

SAM, BURCHFIELD & CO.

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We Oaffer You .
SECURITY - - SERVICE - LOCATION;
Resources $3, 800,000
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Main Office--
Northwest Corner Main and Huron
Branch Office--
707 North University Ave.
he Farmers & Meen ics Bank
Offers the Best in Modern Banking
SECUJRITY . . EFFICIENCY
ntenient and Pleasant Qu~arters. You Will
Pleased With Our Service. Two Offices
-105 S. Min St. 330 S. State St.
PLAI N
HNOP SQEY- 25C
AFTER 2-30C
nom 12-2 Special steaks & chops
X11 kinds. American Style
short orders
Will open It a. Vin" to I a. m.
ichigan Inn 611 E. Liberty
Telephone 948-R.
at a typewriter from ,
0. D. MO RRILL
$22 South State Street
will furnish you an instruction
ok free o1 charge. You will be a
st before you know it..
HOP off a few
niiuutes~and eat some of
IE fF ; SWAI AKIN G 160@
S. state St. Phone 1244-Mi

' DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
Cars run on Xastern time, one hour faster
thani local tim.
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7 :35 a.
mn., $8:1o a. m. and hourly to 7:1o p. in., 9:10
P. Mn.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars--8 :48 a. in and
every 'two hours to 6:48 p. m.; to Lansing,
8:48 p. in.
Jackson Express Cars-(Local stops west of
Ann. Arbor)-9 :48 a. m. and every two hours
to Y-48 p. m.
Local Cars Eastbound-5 :3 a. m, 6:40 a
m,,, V :o; a. mn. and every two hours to 7:o05 p,
nt., 8:05 p. mn., 9:05 p. Mn., 10 :50 p. in. t0
Ypsilanti only, 9:20 a. in., 9:5o a. mn., 2:05 p
tn., 6:05 p. in., 11:45 p. mn., 1:10 a. in., 1:2t
a. mn. To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars Westbound-6-.o5 a. in., 7.~50 a
mn., 10:20 V. m.. 12:29 a. In.
I Takes Pictures
jU i D Develops Films
makes Prints
and Enlarge-
~ Alarm Clocks
SCNOER1 PN SEFRI 100u
Fountain Pez~e-
Waterman and Conklin
U. of M. Jewelry
Schianderer & Seyfried

Businesa Staff
Paul EZ Cholette hryR oi
Hiarold Makinson rl1.(asbo
Walter R. Payne akoW.Sar
Harold R. Smnith cv.mu .Wi,
ifght !Eitor-.-ib. C. Grio
MICHIIGAN BOAT CLUB PLANS
It has been rtmiored htth ih
igan Bo~at clubwl o atmtf
put over a regatta fi, is l i411 ut ill
bend all its efforts in fthern.)_or
practical activities such a s te nOI-
struction of a canoe-house and making~
the Huron safer. If these are thepln
to be carried out this season, wt<<hear-
ily endorse the Bo:at cu' rgai
Th~e campus in past yeaI ?rs ha s shown,
comparatively little interest i h c-
tivities of the Boat club. ie , li~
the reason for this lies in Uhe1 factrthat
the Boat club has confined ',its ct;v
ities in the past too largely t o the
promotion of a regatta.
We have no fault to fin 1d vwitfh re-
gattas. But without somes more prac-.,
tical activity the Boat club h~a o ar u eashary gfa. t intleds
in water sports at i fihgan. Let's
have a club-housefrsani then al
regatta.
Mdtrch came in like a lamib, but it
has turned into a black sheep.
The spring opening of the pak nd
boulevard benches has been paut off
for a couple of weeks.
The University hospital has: been
condemned as a fire trap. .'hiy not
investigate West hall, Univers;ity. hall
and some of the other landmarks:.,
"The women at Barnard college just
outside of Ann Arbor, Mtichigan.1a1e
up in arms aga_ In st a new facu lty rul-
ing. The edict says that callers must
depart at 10:30 and that only fifteen
minutes extra will be allowed for-
'good~nights'."-The Daily Californian.
We imagine this must have taken the
New Yorkers down a few.
LIBRARY ON PSYC:IIOO rlC'",,
Consists of 10,000 1Bookis lersn
Lifetime Collecation o; ,f ae
Prof. untreg

-will Cet: . S its ^
Nagging Wayh,
whlen y~oul alloy
PINE BALS031 MENTHOL
-and --
EUCALYPT US
e closer intirnauc
QUARRY DRUG CO'S.o
+Cor. State & N.. Univ ersity

If You Seek
,For unvarying quality in Men's
Wear you will find satisfaction at
THE
Varsity Toggery
SHOP
1107 S. University St. '
Cleaning and Pressing
Co.
Phone 2225

TO B A TLE CUE EK I)DOCTO1RS
Dr. Reuben Peterson, medical di-
rector of the University hospital,
spoke before the county Medical so-
ciety at Battle Creek Wednesday on
"Military and Medical Preparedness in
Michigan." Dr. Peterson is chairman
of the Michigan committee on medical
preparedness, which is collecting data
from hospitals throughout the state As
to their supplies, equipment, doctors,
nurses, and number of rooms.

Sucssr to F. L. Hall
Reserve Professor Lectures Monday
Dr. William 0. Weyforth of Western
Reserve university, Cleveland,0., will
lecture before the economics depart-
nient next Monday on the subject "The
Relation of Unskilled Workmen to
Trade Unions." The place and hour of
th e lecture have not been arranged,
but will be announced later.

Patronize Daily Advertisers.

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Spring Cthes

MODERN BARBER SHOP.
332 Stale St.
A Particular Place
for P~rticular People.
rFRANK C. DOLICH, Prop.
miss M. Crans
(Licensed Chiropodist)

Of course, from now

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we will be talking about
our Spring Clothes.
Perhaps you will be too,
for they are well -vVorth
talking about.

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will be at

Mrs T. L. Stoddard's
Shop

eonemy ShoeE Shine Parlor
oes shined. Any kind and any time 5c
r' Liberty and Maynard
will soon start to clean all kinds of hats
at very low prices.

W~~omnen

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. MAR CH 14, 1917
Gall 296-J for Appoinitments
garet Rogers, 1130 Oakland avenue.
Songs for the contest under the au-
spices of the athletic committee of
the Women's league should be turned
in at once.
Senior women should order their
caps and gowns now for the Junior
Girls' play.
Extension Lectures

Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 6.--aar
university has received a donation o
a valuable library onpslooga
works which avts collected- by the at
Prof. Hugo M.ue nsterbeyg dring;i
lifetime.
The library consists of abou;,t 10,000
books, manuscripts, pamph'lets, re-
prints, charts, and other ppr.Of
the entire library about 3,000 works
are books which contain impo' rtant
treatises on experimental and ppie
psyshology.
Among the donors arenubeed2
of the country's foremostcties n
two German societies. Thelibrr
was purchased from the.,, n erer'
estate and presented as a neoilt
the professor. C. I1. Reisingerc , a grad-
uate of Harvard, made the presenta-
tion in behalf of the professor's
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place,
611 E. William St. 5tf
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad
vertising use The Mich;igan Daily.

The styles are just

conservative a n d

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as our clothes always are,
with a little more "life"

and %"o

than usual.

little more attractive-

tasty,

ylus meets at 3:30 ocloek tonight
te home of Mrs. Harrison, 1523
h University.
rof. F. W Kelsey will speak at
V. C. A. Vesper service at 5 o'clock'
r'sday afternoon in 'Newberry hall.
ire will be a substitute basketball
e at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
our gymnasium, and a freshman-
.oore game at 5 o'clock.
ueva club will meet at 7:30 o'clock
-sday evening at the home of Mar-

We lote YungJie CopteI

Dr. C. W. Edmunds will lecture to-
morrow night in Mt. Pleasant, Mich.,
en. "Medicine, Their Use and Abuse."
Prof. J. S. Reeves will speak to-
morrow night In Port Huron on "The
United States and South America."

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