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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NOTICE

and Top Coats for Spring

Senior Dents

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Come in and see our new line of Spring Hats a
Furnishings.
We make Suits to your measure from $16.50 up.
J. F. WUERTH CO.
NEXT TO ORPHEUM

from

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State Street Arcade

Any Girl Who Can Pass The Spring

Suits

without succumbing to their charms-and then, equally heartlessly pass
the dainty blouses and attraetive skirts-must at last stop at the exceeding-
ly practical and good-looking top-coats.
And then, too, she may decide on a blue serge frock to go with it.

Hutzel 's

MAIN AND LIBERTY

Your Floral Needs==

SA UETHE ENGINIERS,
WARNING FROM HARVARD
MEN WITH TECHNICAL TRAINING
SHIOUJLD BE KEPT OUT
OF RANKS
Cambridge, Mass., March 6.-Engi-
neers should not enlist in the rank and
file of the army in case of war, ac-
cording to a decision reached by mem-
bers of a preparedness committee at
Harvard.
Men with special ability should not
rush to enlist but should hold them-
selves in readiness to 'solve the prob-
lems of a great army by application of
their arts and sciences. Students who
are trained in engineering are far
more valuable in planning transporta-
tion and mechanical details than they
would be in the fighting trenches.
In Germany, it is said, the engineer-
ing students were not allowed to en-
list in the regular battalions but were
saved for engineering corps, while in
England the trained men ware sent to
the front as common soldiers at the
beginning of the war. The result is
that engineers are very scarce in Eng-
land but plentiful in Germany. Amer-
ican undergraduates and alumni
should profit by this experience and
enlist in the engineering corps only.

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Dollar-a-Month Club Canvass Success
The house-to-house canvass of the
Dollar-a-Month club which is being
made In the interest of Belgian child-
ren has been a success so far, de-
spite the fact that poor weather con-
ditions have held back the progress
of the campaign to some extent. The
canvass started on Monday morning

and it was expected that it worild be
ended by Tuesday night, but accord-
ing to present indications, it will be
necessary to continue the work until
Thursday night.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
best of AnnArbor's buyers.

City Clerk Isaac Reynolds is con-
fined to his home with scarlet fever.
Ross Granger, former city clerk, is
taking Mr. Reynolds' place during his
illness.
The board of public works will hold
its regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock
tonight.
Due to an error, the address of
Helen B. Blain, of the School of Music,
who is ill with scarlet fever, was
given at 502 East Jefferson street.
The correct address is 332 East Jef-
ferson street.
Mrs. Theresa Alger of 1026 Wall
street, widow of the late Valentine
Alger, died at her home Monday even-
ing after an illness of six weeks. Fu-
neral services will be held at 9 o'clock
tomorrow morning in St. Thomas'
church.
Members of the board of county
auditors held their first meeting of
the month yesterday. The jury was
called for in circuit court, put through
roll call, and excused until Thursday
morning.
BADGER ENGINEERS DISCOVER
BETTER VENTILATING SYSTEM
Madison, Wis., March 6.-Engineer-
ing students of the University of Wis-
consin have perfected a system to
wash and purify the air used in the
heating and ventilation of large build-
ings.
Air is run through a tank of water
which removes all dust particles and
bacteria and makes it equal and even
superior to fresh air. A great saving
in heat is the result of the new system
for cold air does not have to be heated
and then pumped into the rooms. In-
stead of this, the old air is used again.
The students at present are working
upon a plan to clean the water used
in purifying the air, so that new water
will not have to be provided from time
to time.

Priwary elections for Washtenaw
county offices are being held today.
No city primaries will be held, owing
to the fact that there is only one can-
didate for office from each of the re-
presentative parties.
Following are candidates for nom-
ination - for county positions: For
circuit jude on the Republican ticket,
George W. Sample, John Kalmbach,
and Joseph F. Webb; on the Democrat-
ic ticket, Arthur Browni and John P.
Kirk; for county auditor on the Re-
publican ticket, William Bacon and
Samuel S.ianmial; Democratic,.Frank
Joslyn and Henry P. Paul.
Those candidates for city offices who
will be automatically nominated for
election are: For mayor, E. M. Wurs-
teiDemocrat and Harry W. Nichol;s,
Socialist; for president of the city
council, Rudolph E. Reichert, Republi-
can, Douglas Golden, Democrat, and
Horace Barnard, Socialist; city assess-
or, Herbert W. Crippen, Republican,
Albert E. James Democrat, and C. E.
Koch, Socialist; justice of the peace,
John D. Thomas, Republican, C. E.
Robert, Democrat, and Ernest Trysell,
Socialist; good roads commissioner,
Sluel Schultz, Republican, and Burt
F. Schumaker, Democrat.
The regular elections will be hield
April 2.
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Chicago: A campaign to raise $1,-
600 to p)urchase an ambulance for the
American Field service in France has
been started on the campus by a coin-
mittee of students.
Iansas: Sixty-three members of
the faculty recently sent President
Wilson a telegram stating that they
would support him in any measure to
preserve the honor of the United
States.
Cornell: Three one-act plays will
be presented by the Cornell Dramatic
club about the middle of this month.
Illinois: Nine-tenths of a total of
1,000 Champaign people interviewed
by 20 students under the direction of
a Chicago newspaper expressed them-
selves as being opposed to a declara-
tion of war upon Germany at the pres-
ent time.
Wisconsin: Agricultural students
of the university, with the co-opera-
tion of the faculty, are planning to
organize an "Agricultural Union" to
promote sociability and interest in stu-
dent activities among the agricultural
students.h
Princeton: A speeaI university
committee which has been investigat-
ing faculty salaries urges a material
increase in the salaries of all the pro-
fessors. The highest paid professor
gets $6,000, and the lowest paid half-
time assistants get $400 per year.
Prof. Reeves to Meet Classes Today
Prof. Jesse S. Reeves of the political
science department, who has been con-
fined -to his home for the last fpw days
by a severe cold contracted kile on
an extension lecture trip, will be able
to meet his classes again today.
Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wild
Co., Leading Merchant Tailors. State
St. tf

'Electric Auto Heater-Keeps Your Engine 1d
Costs very little to eperate
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
It its not Right we make it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington

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We Rent Machines of high quality.
Patrons: President Woodrow Wilson
Cardinal Merry del Val
Dr. Alexander Graham Bell
Chancellor Rev. B. G. Trant
Bishop John G. Murray
William Dean Howells
also all Colleges and UrAersitles
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AT 22r EAST LIBERTY STREET, NEAR FIFTH AVENUE
This improved B~lackmer Positive Rotary Pump will be Manufactured in
Arbor. where a large plant will soon be built. We now have nearly roo Subsc
to our stock, a considerable portion of which has been subscribed and the rema
is now being subscribed) very fast. If vou wish to see a real pump in operatic
care for a very profitable investment, come and see us.
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Open from g A. M. to 8:30 P. M.

1100 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
FOR SALE-One of the choicest build-
ing lots in the city. Address B-435,
E. University St. 7
FOR SALE-Old Violin. Call E. B.
Norton, 1038-M, 502 E. Liberty. .7
FOR SALE - A well-appointed six-
room house in :University district.
Call 1283-M. 7
LOST.
LOST-Key ring with keys. Either on
campus, E. University, or Packard.,
-Finder please phone 1863 or leave
at 1307 Packard. 7-8

WANTED
WANTED-Fellows- before deciding
on summer employment, see me.
$6.00 per day proposition. No ex-
perience required. It's on the
square. F. B. Crill, 1580-M. 6-7
WANTED-If you have any old shoes,
get them ready. Send me a card and
I'll buy them. Dr. Tom Lovell. 7-8
WANTED-The opportunity of getting
what you want is knocking at your
door. Answer it by a want-ad in
The Daily.
MISCELLAJNEOUS
PRIVATE BOARD $5 weekly. Inquire
at 410 Church St. Phone 450-R.
1-10 incl
ANYONE HAVING a big old-fashioned
quilt left by mistake at their home
by the Ann Arbor Steam Dye Works,
please call' 1719-M. 6-7

CLASS IN RELIGION TO BE
GIVEN DURING LENTEN SEASON
Lenten classes in rb4gion is the
title of the new course given by the
University Y. M. C. A. under the direc-
tion of Universgity professors and min-
isters. These classes began last night
and will continue throughout the
lenten season. Five courses are in-
cluded in the series and the titles and
conductors of these are as follows:
"Ideals of the Bible," Prof. Leroy Wa-
terman of the semitics department;
"Science and the Bible," Dr. T. M.
Iden; "Elementary New Testament
Greek," and "Advanced New Testa-
ment Greek," Dr. A. W. Slaten, and
"The Social Principled of Jesus," Mr.
N. C. Fetter Jr., secretary of the Uni-
versity Y. M. C. A.
Prof. Adams Talks to French Club
An interesting lecture on "Two
Masterpieces of Old French Litera-
ture" was delivered by Prof. Edward
L. Adams of the romance language de-
partment yesterday afternoon in Tap-
pan hall under the auspices of the
Cercle Francais.
Professor Adams used "Aucassin
and Nicollete," and "The Song of Ro-
land," two of the most ancient relics
of French literature, in his discussion,
presenting them in a brief summary
and criticism.
Alice Wieber Elected to Stylus
Alice Y. Wieber, grad., has been
elected to Stylus, women's honorary
literary society.

No matter what corse
you 're taking you need
this famous pencl!
B ECAUSE of the superla-
ive quality of materal
and workmanship, VENUS is
the finest pencil it s possible
to make.
If you like a thick, soft lead
that marks so that you ca
read the writing haf-wy
across the room, choose the
soft degrees 6B-5B-4B.
For short-hand notes or easy writing
31-28-13 (medium soft) are popular.
For sketching, general writing purposes,
etc., HB-F-H-2H (med-
ium) will prove deirable.
For drafting, a medium
hard pencil gives the best
results and you'll like 3-
4H-5H-6H.
For very thin, narrow lines
for extremely accurate
graphical charts, maps, de-
tails, etc., 7H--H-9H are
available.
Look for the distinctive water mark
finish on each of the 17 black degrees
and hard and medium copying.
Your professors will confirm these
statements as to the merits of VENUS
pencils.
For sale at the college book store.
vKUO 0.! mSY 4 .F r e e !V,
This box
-" of VENUS
samples
State the
course
you are taking
American Lead Pencil Co.
215 Fifth Ave., Dept. D. D., New York
MRS. H. B. JOY TO ASSIST AT
Y. W. C. A. RECEPTION FRIDA
Word has been received at the T
iversity Y. W. C. A. that Mrs. H. I
Joy of Detroit, has returned from t
East and will be present at the r
ception to be given at Newberry ha
on Friday afternoon, March 9. Mr,
Joy is one of the governors of New
berry residence, and was invited I
receive with other guests of honc
from out of town.
The list of hostesses who will servy
assisted by a number of University w(
men art the Mesdames J. R. Effinge:
V. C. Vaughan, G. C. Huber, J. I
Markley, J. M. Wells, A. W. Stalke
M. M. Stewart, L A. Barrett, W,.'
Beman, N. C. Fetter, W. W Bishoj
and G. T. Allmendinger."
W. A. Pearl, 116, in Ambulance Cor
William A. Pearl, '16, until recent]
a Rhodes scholar at Oxford universit
England, is now with the America
ambulance corps in France.
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$460.00 Time Payment
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