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III W

SOCIETY BRAND

SUIT!

NOTICE

and Top

Coats for Spring

Senior

Dents

Get your

Canes

NOW

Came in and see our new line of Spring Hats and
Furish ings.
We make Suits to your measure from $16.50 up.
NEXT TO ORPHEUM

from

Wadhams & Co.

State Street Arcade

DISPUTES COMMUNICATION
L. J. B. Jr., THINKS AMERICA HAS
DELIBERATED ON WAR LONG
ENOUGH

WRITES AGINST RETURN
WANTS CAMPUS TO TOTE ON HE1-
ENTERING CONFERENCE FOL.
LOWING I DISCUSSION

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

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Any Girl Who Can Pass The Spring

TYPEWRITERS
For Rent or Sale

Suits

Typewriting
Multigraphing
Mimeopraphing
Hamilton Business Go'
State and William

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

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Your Floral Needs==
Are BEST SATISFIED By Us
PHONE f15
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION

==COUSINS & HALL
1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

Save the Pieces ' '.ir.'t IService
Prescriptions Accurately Filled
We carry a complete line of optical goods and accessories enabling us to do
all kinds of optical repairing,
HSALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS

The
Cyc-Corpus Juris
System

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The communication headed "Asks
for Sound Reasoning," has- attracted
my attention. The writer states that
at the beginning of the European war,
"our conclusion was that those na-
tions were mad. We were reasoning
then." The writer infers then that we
are losing our reason because we are
considering war.. But are the two
cases analogous? Certainly not. We
could see no good reason for their war
but what about our present situation?
Germany by a decree of the imperial
government, has barred American
commerce from certain zones on the
high seas, murdered American citizens,
plotted an attack on the United States
by Japan and Mexico, and insulted us
in innumerable cases, one of which is
the retention of our ambassador in
Berlin.
We have lost our reason? We need
"sober deliberation?" No, no. We
have deliberated long and earnestly,
looked for loop-holes to keep out of
the war, and done everything in our
power to settle our disputes with Ger-
many. Any person who says that if
we enter the war, we have rushed into
It, is hopelessly ignorant of the phases
of the present crisis. Any man, who
today asserts that the United States
sias no cause to fight for, is a "senti-
mental pacifist." I should not term
such a man a traitor, but rather look
upon him as a person who is ignorant
of present international relations, and
who is not interested in our govern-
ment.
But the senators who killed the
"armed neutrality bill" were danger-
ously near the traitor line when they
thwarted the will of the government
of the United States of America and
when they used their power to em-
barrass their nation in the eyes of the
world.
Let us then, the students of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, study the present
relations with Germany and the
causes of our present attitude and
then no Michigan man will try to
make us believe that we should delib-
erate longer and fail to fulfill our ob-
ligations to ourselves and the world.
If war comes, as we hope it does if
necessary to preserve the intregity and
sovereignty of the United States, let
us not have dissension and ignorance
in the universities of the nation as to
why we have entered.
L. J. B. Jr.
Girls' Educational Club Meets Monthly
At a meeting held yesterday morn-
ing in the Cercle Francias rooms, the
Girls' Educational club voted to meet
only once a month for the remainder
of the year, instead of every two
weeks as has been the custom. The
meetings are to be held at the homes
of the members. The first of these
meetings is to be held Tuesday even-
ing, March 20.
Deutscher VereinB Men Meet Tuesday
Plans are being completed for a
general get-together.,of the Deutscher
Verein men, to take place Tuesday
night, March 20, in Lane hall. r
Refreshments will be served and a
number of talks will be given by fac-
ulty men and members of the society.
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad
vertising use The Michigan Daily. E

l Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The writer believes that such an
important question as the proposed
return to the conference should have
a thorough discussion and should be
voted upon by the campus. Thus far
in The Daily there has appeared but
one side, that being in favor of the
return. An article published in the
Inlander recently attacked the pro-
position, but it is probable that the
article did not reach as many readers
as the Daily does.
There is an impression on the cam-
pus that the football schedule for next
year was purposely made poor in ord-
er to influence sentiment to favor re-
turning to the conference. It is open-
ly charged in the Inlander that pro-
positions from Colgate, a school which
has at least as great a reputation as
the University of Detroit, were turn-
ed down by the board in control. If
these statements are the truth, th
campus is entitled to know them.
It is urged that the sentiment .on the
campus favors a return. The writer
doubts that statement. A majority
of those with whom he has talked,
favor staying out if we could secure
one more eastern game in addition to
those with Pennsylvania and Cornell.
n view of this attitude the writer sug-
gests that a vote be taken with re-
gard to the proposed return. He
would urge that a man be appointed to
conduct the argument in The Daily
for each side as was done three years
ago, and place a time limit on the dis-
cussion. In such a discussion we
could learn whether real effort was
made by the athletic office to secure
a good schedule for the coning fall.
We could find out the possibility of
getting eastern games. And above all,
we would get a real idea of what the
campus actually thought and not the
opinion of a few prominent men. There
ought to be no objection to such an
attitude on the part of the pro-con-
ference men for, if as they maintain,
sentiment is largely in favor of re-
turning, they would easily carry the
election. But if a majority on the
campus are opposed to a return, their
will certainly ought not to be dis-
regarded.
The chief objection that the writer
sees to such a plan is that some un-
fortunate demonstration, such as oc-
curred here three years ago, might
sway sentiment of students without
regard to actual reasons for or against
returning. But the writer believes
that this could be avoided by proper
action on the part of the Student
council. And at all events, the stu-
dents are entitled to an expression of
opinion on this, the most radical
change in Michigan's athletic policy
since she left the conference.
J-LAW.

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

Beginning Tuesday, March 13

Films

Developed

One

F REE

if you ;buy an EASTMAN FILM at our

store.

Week Only

PUBLISHED By
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27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK.

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FESTIVAL
B ON

TICKETS IN BLOCK
SALE NEXT SATURDAY

TALBOT
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arm RCOLLARS
are curve cut to f(t the
Shouldc1rs pc y ';Searc
Cbettt, feabody "Co lnc.Nakers
UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA ADOPTS
VOLUNTARY MILITARY TRAINING
Bloomington, Ind., March 10.--
Admidst enthusiasm and cheering, the
University of Indiana adopted mili-
tary training at a mass meeting held
recently. The system adopted is a
voluntary one, those enrolling doing
so without cost, of their own choice,
equipment and uniforms to be fur-
nished free, and no obligations to the
federal government being incurred.
The step is the result of a rapid
fire campaign for military ,training
started by 500 students enraged at
Germany's plot with Japan and Mex-
ico.

Li

As a result of the sale yesterday
morning the supply of festival tickets
for seats in block A was completely
exhausted.
The next public sale will be held on
Saturday morning, March 17, at Hill
auditorium, at which time all remain-
ing seats in block B will be offered
for sale.
Secretary Sink of the University
School of Music, who has charge of
the seat sale, reports that the demand
for seats this year is by far the great-
est of any year since the festivals have
been held in this city.

Kodak Florist
Cor. Nickels Arcade and Maynard SL
PHONE 600

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MORE CANDIDATES ARE WANTED
FOR "LES PATTES DE MOUCHE"
More candidates are wanted for the
French play "Les Pattes de Mouche."
At the second tryout held a number of
new candidates appeared, but more
men are wanted to make up the cast.
The final tryout will be held at 4
o'clock Tuesday in the Cercle Francias
rooms. Candidates are requested to
read at least the first act. Tuesday a
tentative cast will probably be select-
ed.

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A Delicious Lunch
can be quickly prepared, and without the slightes
trouble, on an
Electric Chafing Dish
This handsome and very convenient table utensil is g
source of both comfort and pride to the housewife
Just the thing for a hasty lunch or Sunday supper
Cooks practically any dish you have a desire foj
-makes toothsome fudge. No trouble; no alcohol; nf
messing. Just attach to a lamp-socket.
Come in. and inspect them.
The Detroit Eison Co.
Cor. Main and William Sts. Tel. 2300
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WANTED
WANTED-Lady for educational work
in Flint this summer. $240. Phone
359-M. 10-11-13-14
WANTED--A second maid. Alpha Phi
House. Phone 368.m9-10-11
WANTED-Three waitresses. Phone
2374 or call 427 Maynard St. 9-10-11
LOST
LOST-Lady's small black purse, on
Main, Liberty, or State, Saturday,
contains slip with address 108 W.
Huron. Finder call 1925-J . Re-
ward. 11

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-L. C. Smith Bros. Type-
writer. All latest improvements.
Reasonable terms. 121 Glen Ave.
693-J. 10-11
MISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY-Sell San-
itary Brushes. See Mr. Hollister,
the manufacturer, at the Allenel
Hotel, Wednesday and Thursday,
March 14 and 15, 21 and 22, and 28
and 29, from 10-12 A. M., 1:30-5 P.
M. and 7-8 P. M. Liberal commis-
sion.

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OLIVET ALUMNI HOLD REUNION

Our Great Co-operative Sale of
Pianos and Player Pianos
Will save you Money
Beautiful New Grand Pianos,
$460.00 Time Payment

OLIVET ALUMNI HOLD REUNION
BANQUET LAST WEEK OF MARCH
Among the events scheduled during

alumni fro
state, are t
will be am
The din
nlnnk TI

the annual meeting of the Schoolmast- °' '.
First Cong
ers' club which comes to Ann Arobr FitteC ing
the last week inMar is an Olivet Adams, '18
reunion banquet for all former stu- and Walter
dents and friends of the college.
Dr. W. F. Kane, the new president
of Olivet college, and other members For resu
of the faculty, as well as prominent gan Daily.

om different parts of ti
to be here at that time ai
ong the speakers.
ner will be served at
hursday, March 29, at tl
regational church. The cor
charge consists of M.
E, Ruth Hebblewhite, '1
Koelz, grad.
N.
lts advertise in The Micl

Grinnell Bros.

116 S. Main St.

Phone 1707

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