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dI

Calkins

Drug

They say that our new
man does better Kodak
Finishing than anyone
else. It is perfectly safe
for you to leave a film here
to see what hie can do with it.

Cordovans
We have just received

FA

another

shipment of

Co.

308 So. State

or 1 123 So. Univ. Ave.

this popular shoe in
BLACK and TAN.
Special Agency Nettleton shoes

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ACADEMY oF SCIENCE TO
HOLD MEETINGS IN CITY

GIlli !,'top r Yf,9 7a

Top Coats?

Yes, they're back "in style"--
provided they're styled right

I

--not too short
--not too light in color

- -not oo extreme in any sense
Just smart garments

SOCIETY TO HEAR EASTERN AND
UNIVERSITY INSTRUC-
TORS
The Michigan Academy of Science
will meet in Ann Arbor on Wednes-
day, Thursday, and Friday of next
week, in both general and sectional
meetings at which subjects of inter-
est ' will be discussed by local pro-
fessors of science and Professors R.
W. Wood of Johns Hopkins university,
and George Sarton.
Prof. William H. Hobbs, head of the
geology department and president of
the association will deliver the open-
ing address on "The Making of Scien-
tific Theories," at the first general
meeting at 8 o'clock Wednesday even-
ing in the Natural Science auditorium.
The principle lecture on Thursday
evening, will be given by Prof. W.
Wood on "Photographing the Invis-
ible."
Prof. George Sarton will address the
general meeting Friday night on
"Geographic Knowledge in the Time
of Leonardo da Vinci." All the gen-
eral meetings will be held at 8 o'clock
in the Natural Science auditorium.
The sectional meetings will meet
from 3 to 5 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon and from 9 to 12 o'clock and 1:30
to 5 o'clock on Thursday. The zoo-
logy sessions will be held in room Z
355 Natural Science building; sanitary
science, upper lecture room Medical
building; botany, room B 207 Natural
Science building; geography and geo-
logy, room G 217 Natural Science
building; and agricultural, room G
217 Natural Science building. From
10 to 12 o'clock and from 2 to 5 o'clock
Friday and during the same hours on
Saturday, the economics section will
meet in the lecture room of the Econ-
omics building.
LUNCHEON TO PRECEDE PLAY
Annual Affair for Michigan Women
Comes March 31

Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.

At Fourth Ave. and Liberty St.
Laboratory Supplies

rj.

Chemicals.- Drugs -

Toilet Articles

and Drug Sundries
The Eberbach & Son Co.

ESTABLISH NEW COURSE
IN LNDSCAPE DESIGN
SUBJECT TAUGHT BY G. C. CONE,
PARK SUPERINTENDENT
OF EVANSTON, ILL.
A short course in the modeling of
landscape relief forms has been es-
tablished in the landscape design de-
partment.
The course was offered this year for
the first three weeks of the second
semester. The instructor chosen for
this course was Mr. G. C. Cone, ad-
vising park superintendent of Evans-
ton, Ill., and member of the firm of
0. C. Simonds & Co., landscape gard-
eners of Chicago.
The method of formation of the
landscape models isone that is not
commonly used by relief model mak-
ers, but has been worked out by Mr.
Cone himself and was put into the
hands of the students here for the
first time. The work this year con-
sisted in making models of small
home grounds, sections of natural
topography, and a park area.
Using contour maps, the ground sur-
face was modeled accurately by fill-
ing sections with plaster of paris on
a base of the same material. The
surface was finished off with plastine
clay.
"The result of the work shows up
well in some quite accurate and re-
markably real imitations of garden
scenes and bits of landscape scenery,"
said Mr. Harold 0. Whittemore of the
landscape design department yester-
day.
"The students in landscape courses
4, 6, and 8, who devoted three weeks
to this work, feel that it has aided
them greatly in a clearer understand-
ing of the use of landscape forms and
particularly of ground surface which
is hard to visualize in plans."
It is planned to continue this work
from year to year in order that eah
student may acquire the ability to
make finished landscape models by
the time he graduates.
City News
Scarlet fever has. claimed two more
victims. The two year old child of
Robert Kempfert, 1010 Wall street,
and P. W. Hoag, '18E, 620 South Ing-
alls street, of Marshall, Mich., are the
latest patients in this city. The Kemp-
fert home has been quarantined and
Hoag has been removed to the con-
tagious hospital.
Former Senator W. R. Taylor of
Kalamazoo, was a guest of the Ann
Arbor Rotary club at luncheon yester-
day noon, and gave an excellent talk
on the Torrens system of land trans-
fers. Mr. Taylor is a member of the
Kalamazoo Rotary club.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
TO AID IN PRESENT CRISIS
Seattle, March 21.-War supplies
are to be furnished the government
for use in war by the mechanical eng-
ineering and chemical departments of
the University of Washington. The
chemistry department' can be turned
into a source of hospital supplies
while the engineers can be utilized
for the production of ammunition.
Summer School Program to Appear
According to Prof. Edward H.
Kraus, the complete announcement of
the 1917 summer session will be ready
for distribution by Tuesday, March 27.
Inquiries from out of town regard-

ing summer session schedules are
numerous for this time of year.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy.tf
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.'

SENOR ALVAREZ LECTURES
NEW INTERNATIONAL
LAW

I -

ON

We have some beauties at $20,$22.50 and $25
made to your measure by the Royal Tailors of
Chicago.
Drop in and look them over whether it be a
New or Staple Pattern we have it.
Cam pus Bootery
308 S. State St. Opposite 1-hston's
Bostonian and Florsheim Shoes
(NEW SPRING STYLES)
GERMANYS INVASION OF I
BELGIUM SERIOUS CASE If ,

Suit for Spring

WAs Shoe ores
MatI St.bState St.
IWhat" about that New

Filtered
Drinking Water

Pasteurized
Milk

Breakfast as you like it
STATE STREET
LUNCH
Open
6:00 A. M. till midnight
Special 25c Dinner
11:30 A. M. till 1:30 P. M.
Special 25c Supper
5:30 to 7:00 P. M.
What you want'
When you want it
As you want it

IF YOU HAVE BEEN IN
THE HABIT OF BUY-
ING READY-MADE
CLOTHES. UPSET THE
IDEA, AND LET MAR-'
QUARDT MAKE YOU A
SUIT THAT WILL BE
OF THE CORRECT
PROPORTIONS, BOTH
AS TO ITS PHYSICAL
AND FINANCIAL AS-
PECTS.
MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
516 E. William St.

HURON VALLEV BLDG. & SAY.
ASSOCIATION
H. H. Herbst, Sec. and Atty., Room
14, A. A. Sav. Bank Bldg. Safest place
to invest your earnings. Dividends

Perfectly
Sanitary

Inspection'
Invited

Patronize Daily Advertisers.

never less than 6 per cent.
loaned at lowest rates.-Adv.

Money

Preceding the Junior Girls' play to
be given Saturday afternoon, March
31, in Sarah Caswell Angell hall, the
annual Michigan women's luncheon,
under the auspices of the Women's
league, will be given at 12 o'clock in
Barbour gymnasium.
Tables, decorated with flags and
other patriotic emblems will be re-
served for members of each of the
classes.. Songs will be sung by the
Girls' Glee club. Miss Helen Hum-
phrey,-'16, will be toastmistress of the
occasion. Tickets for the Junior play
may be obtained Saturday morning,
March 31, at Barbour gymnasium.
Men Slow to Join Harvard Naval Corps
Cambridge, Mass., March 21.-Naval
reserve units are not being organized
rapidly enough nor are single enlist-
ments up to expectations, according
to the Harvard Crimson.
Boats provided by the government
for coast patrol have not been manned
yet and every effort is being made to
hasten enrollment.
Spanish Students to Consider Club
A meeting of all students of the
Spanish department interested in
forming a Spanish club to be known
as the Circulo Espanol Cervantes will
be held at 5:00 o'clock today in room
101 of the south wing of University
hall, to perfect the organization of
the club. Officers will probably be
elected and a constitution drawn up.
All students taking Spanish are el-
igible for membership in the club the
purpose of which will be to promote
conversational work and study of
Spanish literature.
Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and
sized without injury. Koch & Henne. ft

That Germany's violation of Bel-
gium's rights is the most serious case
of the violation by one state of an-
other state's rights that international
law knows of, is the statement made
by Dr. Alejandro Alvarez in his ad-
dress on "The Necessity of Recon-
structing International Law," given
yesterday afternoon in the Economics
building. He said that Germany justi-
fies her action on the ground that she
took a "position of legitimate defense
and necessity knows no law."
In regard to what acts a state
might commit in violation of the
rights of other states and in contra-
vention to the established principles
of international law, Senor Alvarez
said that the intervention of one state
in the affairs of another is justified
only when the first state grants to
the other the right to intervene, when
a debtor state acts in bad faith to-
ward another state, or when the in-
tervention is based ongthe question of
guaranteeing the rights of property
of the intervening state in the other.
"In this last case," said Dr. Alvarez,
"the cause for action must be' im-
mediate, not contingent and remote."
Senor Alvarez will deliver the last
of his series of three lectures on the
general subject of international law
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in room
101 Economics building. His subject
this afternoon will be "The Monroe
Doctrine from a "Latin-American
Point of View."
ASK PENN GRADUATES WHETHER
THEY WOULD SERVE UNCLE SAM
Philadelphia, March 21.-A plan
said to be the most significant move
for preparedness taken by any Ameri-
can university was announced yester-
day by Provost Smith of the Unive:-
sity of Pennsylvania.
By this plan information will be
secured concerning all Pennsylvania
graduates who would be willing to
serve the government in case of war.
A corps of clerks is. mailing informa-
tion blanks to the 32,000 graduates of
the university.
The blanks will contain questions
which, when filled out, will show the
capacity and special training of each
of the graduates. This information
will be filed in the office of the dean,
and a summary sent to the war de-
partment. Similar information is be-
ing obtained from the undergraduates.
Illinois Women Earn Large Sum
Champaign, Ill., March 21.-Women
students at Illinois university have
earned $4,514.85 to date toward their
support in the present school year.
They have entered the business as
well as the domestic field for the ac-
cumulation of this sum, having under-
taken housework, stenography, serv-
ing, sewing, and clerking.

We are

showing th

nobbiest line of

SPRING

SUITS

First Sho

and

TOP COATS

IT MR
vxcrrs

platform Clothes

in the city.

Of

Sp ring Clothe

I

Also a big lineof the
New Spring Hats,
Caps, and Furnish-
ings.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE OR RENT-Rare oppor-I
tunity for Fraternity or Girls' club
to rent or buy best rooming house'
near campus. Large grounds. Phone
110-M or 536-J. 20-22
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Union
Opera, Saturday matinee. Eighth
row right. Phone 120. 22
LOST
LOST-Phi Beta Pi Fraternity Pin.
Reward for return. Call 344. 22-3
LOST - White bull terrier wearing
harness, brown spot on both ears.-
Finder please call 2311, 624 Packard
St. 22
LOST-Nu Sigma Nu fraternity pin.
Reward if returned to 1015 E. Hur-
on. 22-3-4
LOST-The Michigan Daily can recov-
er that lost article through its class-

WANTED
WANTED-Student dishwasher- pre-
ferably no eight or one o'clock
classes. Call Emerick, 1551. 21-2
WANTED - A lady with a suitable
house near the campus to board a
club of about 20 University men
for the college year beginning Sept.
1917. 21-2-3
WANTED-Graduate student wishes a
room. Prefers a private house. Will
occupy it from April 1, until end of
semester. Address Box A, Michigan
Daily. 22
31ISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESS OPORTUNITY-Sell San-
itary Brushes. See Mr. Hollister
representing The Detroit Sanitary'
Brush Co. at the Allenel hotel Wed-
nesday and Thursday, March 21 and
22 from 2:00 to 8:00 P. M. You
can't afford to over look this. 18-29

TOM CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St.

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U

We will mail

Score

and Music

FOOLS' PARADISE
To any address for'you.
Call us up, and open up an account.

"'7Jie Young Men's Shot"
PROF. F. W. KELSEY TO TALK
TO DOLLAR-A-MONTH CLUB
Prof. F. W. Kelsey will give a short
talk before a meeting of members of
the Dollar-a-Month club to be held at
4:45 o'clock Thursday afternoon in
the upper hall of the Alumni Memorial
building. There will be a report of
the officers, and Professor Kelsey will
present recent information regarding
the relief work and will illustrate his
talk with stereopticon slides showing
groups of children whose lives have
been saved by the commission.

Grinnell Bros.

116 S. Main St.

Phone 1707

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