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T might pay you to talk
with us about exchanging
your old Kodak for a new
model or one with a better
We have just received
308 So. sat.
or 112 so. Univ. Ave.
this popular shoe in
BLACK and TAN.
Special Agency Nettleton shoes
of the new
$20 to $40
Lindenschmidt, Apfel Co.
At Fourth Ave. and Liberty St.
Chemicals - Drugs
- Toilet Articles
and )rug Sundries
The Eberbach & Son Co.
What about that New,
FILIBUSTER IN SENATE
CAUSES PORT BLOCKADE
BACHE REVIEW SAYS THAT OB.
STRUCTION REFUSED PROTEC-
TION AND HURT TRADE
New York, March 12.-One act of 12
senators not only defeated immediate
protection to the American people, but
also seriously affected the country in a
business way, in the form of a partial
blockade of our exports, says the
Bache review in a recent issue. Fifty
three steamers with thousands of tons
of cargo have been prevented from
sailing from New York as a result
of this action. These 12 senators the
report says have blockaded congress
and the president and lent their in-
fluence to making effective the men-
ace of their country's enemies.
The unwise statement of the Federal
reserve board last November concern-
ing the advisability of investment in
foreign loans had a most unfavorable
effect on the business of this country
as related to England and France. At
the time in order to remove the ac-
cumulation of imported gold, J. P.
Morgan & company arranged to place
with commercial banks an indeter-
minate amount of British treasury
bills. This method of financing allied
imports would have furnished the
banks with high class security which
would be a protection after the war
against any contingencies.
Our imports from the belligerents
after the war will undobtedly increase,
as these foreign bills will furnish us
with means of payment, making it un-
necessary to ship gold. Mr. T. W. La-
mont recently stated that: "By hold-
ing a large volume of foreign loans, we
shall be able to maintain strong con-
trol over our exchanges and thereby
check an adverse movement of our
foreign trade." The board at present
suggests the wisdom of investing free-
ly in foreign securities.
As a result of the action of the fed-
eral board in November the British
government imposed an embargo on
our goods. Leather was one commod-
ity which this embargo involved. Eng-
lish dealers must now get express per-
mission from the British government
to import leather and shipments from
the United States are now restricted.
This is our only business effected by
At present, general, business shows
determined activity and in spite of
the international situation, the busi-
ness mind of the country remains
MUSTACHES AND PIGTAILS
ADORN OBERLIN STUDENTS
Suit for Spring
RULES FOR EXAMINATION
OF MARINES RECEITE
PLANS INCLUDE BOTH RECORD
AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFI-
TIONS FOR APPLICANTS
Rules governing the examination of
student candidates for appointment as
second lieutenants i the United States
marine corps have been received from
Washington, D. C., by the local rep-
The examination falls into two div
isions which may be summarized as
1. Candidates must be citizens o
the United States.
2. Every candidate must be mental-
ly sound and will be subject to a rigid
physical examination, and if there be
found to exist any cause of disqualifi-
cation which might, in future, impair
his efficiency as an officer of the mar-
ine corps he will be rejected. I
3. Appointees from civil life must
be over the age of 20 and under the
age of 25.
4. The candidate's height must not
be less than 5 feet 6 inches stripped.
5. The board being satisfied as to
the above points, will proceed to sep-
arately examine each candidate in:
English grammar, geography, history,
constitutional law, and arithmetic.
Graduates of recognized colleges or
universities will be exempt from exam-
ination in the above subjects.
6. All candidates are required to
take examinations in: Rhetoric, alge-
bra, geometry, and trigonometry.
7. Examinations will be conducted
by a board of five commissioned offic-
ers appointed by the secretary of the
navy. Two medical officers will pass
on the physical and mental qualifica-
tions of the candidates.
Application must be made to the
major general commandant of the
marine corps. Circulars giving more
detailed information wil be issued to
applicants for examination.
Two portable electric grinding ma-
chines and an electric drill have been
ordered for the engineering shops. The
grinding apparatuses are constructed
in such a way that they can easily be
applied to lathes and various other
tools, thus making cylinderical grind-
ers in order to improve the work.
Among the above improvements, a
new blower equipment has been in-
stalled for the foundry cupola. This
blower is driven by a new 15 horse
power electric motor.
Men who have signed for Carnegie's
can get them at the Technic office,
rooms 269-271 Engineering building.
Those who have previously ordered
them will receive first choice.
Beginning Tuesday, March 13
if you buy an EASTMAN FILM at
WAHR'S Shoe Store
Mai~ St. State St.
Cor. Nickels Arcade and Maynard 5
We have some beauties at '$20,$22.50 and $25
made to your measure by the Royal Tailors of
Drop in and look them over wheither it be a
New or Staple Pattern we have it.
Ca pus ooter
308 S. State St.Opppsite Huston's
Bostonian and Florsheim Shoes
(NEW SPRING STYLES)
One of Our Dinners?
Served from 11 to7
Regular Dinner 35c consists choice of
meats; mashed or boiled potatoes; one
vegetable; choice of pie or pudding; tea,
coffee, or milk.
SPECIALS, as served
Soup .1o with meat order .05
Roast or Fricassee of chicken .25
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef .25
Roast Leg of Veal with Dressing .25
Pork Sausage with Sweet Potatoes .25
Pork Chops Breaded. Extra Special .25
Small Steak with Onions. ERx.Spec'l .25
Bread and Mashed Potatoes included
with above meat orders.
Side Orders Extra
Potatoes mashed .05 Stewed tomatoes .05
Potatoes boiled .05 Stewed corn .05
Potatoes fried .o5 Stewed peas .o5
Potatoes germax fried .05
Eome made pies per cut .05 Rice cus-
tard .o5, with cream To.
Coffee .05 Tea .05 Chocolate .05
Milk per bottle .o5 Cocoa .1i
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Open All Night. J. A. QUACKENBUSH, Mgr.
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Miss Lois M. Johnston of Detroit,
who is studying with Mr. Theodore
Harrison at the School of Music, ap-
peared as soloist with the Detroit
Symphony orchestra Sunday after-
noon, andpress notices in thesDetroit
newspapers as well as reports from
those who were in attendance at the
concert indicate that Miss Johnston
made a tremendous success. She was
heard as guest soloist in Hill auditor-
ium at one of the faculty concerts
some time ago.
On April 26 Miss Nora Crane Hunt,
of the School of Music faculty will.
sing the role of "Elijah" in Jackson
under they auspices of the MacDowell
Miss Rhoda Starr, a graduate of the
School of Music several years ago, is
now the director of music in North-
western high school in Detroit. Under
her direction "Mikado" was put on
recently and attracted a great deal
of favorable commendation.
Track Work to Be Reinstated at Iowa
Iowa City, March 12.-Track ath-
letics as a varsity sport is to be taken
up again by the University of Iowa.
A track team has been formed for
this spring, and a permanent board
cf students elected to create and main-
tain interest in track athletics.
Try The Daily for service.;
Oberlin, O., March 12.-Mustaches
and pigtails will adorn the male and
female contingents, respectively, of
Oberlin's senior class. For three
weeks the men will attempt to grow
hair on their upper lips and the girls
will permit their curly locks to wave
briskly in the March breeze.
At the end of three weeks a silver
shaving mug will be presented to the
youth with the most consistently per-
fect adornment on his visage.
Princeton Seniors Have Positions
Princeton, N. J., March 12.-Prince-
ton's senior committee on business
opportunities reports that a large
number of positions are open to stu-
dents being graduated this year. In
every field of endeavor there is a de-
mand for trained men and many large
institutions will hire none but univer-
sity men to fill positions of respon-
Freshman girl of good appearance
for educational work, $80 per month
guaranteed for summer. Address Free
Employment Bureau, 600 E. Liberty in,
own hand writing. tf
Get your shoes fixed
611 E. William St.
at Paul's Place,
Names of all senior engineers who
will graduate in June, summer school
or next February will appear in the
invitations. No orders will be taken
after March 25.
Chess Game by Wireless Not Finished
The chess game played by wireless
last Saturday evening with Ohio State
university, by W. T. Adams, '17L, and
Samuel Cohen, '17E, of the Chess and
Checker club, was not completed. The
game will be taken up again next Sat-
Huron Valley Bldg. & Say. Assoc.
H. H. Herbst, Sec. and Atty. Room
14, A. A. Sav. Bank Bldg. Safest
place to invest your earnings. Divid-
ends never less than 6 percent. Money
loaned at lowest rates. tue-eod
Have your shoes full-soled in leath-
er or Neolin. We specialize in this
work. O. G. Andres. 220 So. State. 13-6
Advanced students of the University
School of Music will appear in a pub-
lic recital tomorrow afternoon at 4:15
o'clock in Frieze auditorium. The fol-
lowing program will be given:
Concerto, No. 2, E major......Bach
Allegro; Adagio; Allegro Assai
Hark, Hark the Lark... Schubert-Liszt
Sonata, B minor, first movement...
Vocation Bureau for Kansas Students
Lawrence, Kan., March 12.-Estab-
lishment of a division of vocations for
Kansas students in doubt as to
what to make their life work,
is under consideration by the univer
The division is not to be an employ-
ment agency for students, .but is to
act as a guide to them in their select-
ion and pursuit of a particular line of
endeavor. What fields of opportunity
are open, will be details that the div-
ision will have at its fingertips, ready
for the investigation and consideration
of any student seeking kno wledge in
Field for banking, teaching, and bus-
iness, will be sought out and students
wishing to enter any of these branches
of work will be informed as to the
most advisable and opportune pdace to
We are showing the
nobbiest line of
in the city.
WANTED-Club of twenty-five or thir-
ty boys to board in my own home.
Would consider a Fraternity. In-
quire Daily office. 9-11-13
WANTED-Lady for educational work
in Flint this summer. $240.>Phone
WANTED-Young man wants a room
with private family. Phone 696-M,
FOR SALE- Good typewriter, cheap.
Call 502 E. Liberty, 1038-M. 13-4-5-6
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-
LOST-An athletic book. Call Daily. 13
LOST-Tortoise shell rim glasses in
black case. Finder please phone
450-R or leave at 410 Church St.
Also a big line of the
New Spring Hats,
Caps, and Furnish-
Our Great Co-operative Sale of
Pianos and Player Pianos
Will save you Money
Beautiful New Grand Pianos
$460.00 Time Payment
116 E. Liberty St.
"1i ie Young en 's Shop"
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.
116 S. Main St.