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Moving Pictures at
home are now possible.
We are showing the
Movette Motion Picture
Outfit. Ask to see it.

Cordovans
We have just received

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Special Agency Nettleton shoes

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The Right
Spring

Overcoat

-doesn't "grow on every
bush "
We've plucked a few forjthe fasti-
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COSMOPOLITAN CLUB TO
START TRIP ON MONDAY

Warmth lvithout iheight
Style with staying qualities

$15

to $35

Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.

250 MEN TURN OUT FOR
STATE STREET TRAINING

WAHR'S Shoe Stores
M ali. 3t. State $t.

The Stein-Bloch Co. 1917
What about that New
Suit for Spring
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.
Campus Bootery
308 S. State St. Opposite Huston's
Bostonian and lorsheim Shoes
(NEW SPRING STYLES)

MEN GO TO LANSING, MUSKEGON,
GRAND RAPIDS, FLINT AND
DETROIT
Leaving Ann Arbor on April 9, the
Cosmopolitan club will enter upon the
first stage of its spring trip. Sixty,
members of the club are to make the
journey with Prof. J. A. C. Hildner of
the German department, as faculty
companion, and will be the guests of
the chambers of commerce of the vari-
ous cities on the itinerary.
Lansing will be visited on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday are allotted
to Grand Rapids. On Thursday, Mus-
kegon is the host, and on Friday, Flint
opens its doors to the Cosmopolitans.
Saturday, Detroit will be the final'
point of interest, from which the club'
will return to Ann Arbor Saturday
night.
The prime object of the tour is to
give Michigan's foreign students an'
opportunity to inspect and become ac-
quainted with American industries. In
each city, manufacturing 'and indus-
trial plants of importance will be visit-
ed. At the luncheons and dinners that
will be tendered them, the members
will present some form of entertain-
ment.
Otto Kreuser, '17, recently visited
the various cities and all arrangements
have been completed. A few South
American students are eligible to fill
up the vacancies in the personnel.
These may see Kreuser at 4 o'clock
this afternoon in room 302, University
hall.
Campus in flrief
For the convenience of all those de-
siring information on military law the
librarian of the Law school has made
out a list of the books in the Law
library on that subject and placed
copies on the bulletin boards of that
building.
Compulsory military training will
be debated at tonight's meeting of the
Adelphi house of representatives, the
cup team arguing the question with the
freshman team, Tomorrow night the
Adelphi cup team will meet the Web-
ster debating team in room B of the
Law building.
Daniel H. McKinney, '20, 219 South
Thayer street; Dirk R. Dieters, '19,
and Henry W. Dieters, '17, 302 South
Division street; Leonard G. Shick, '20,
203 South Thayer street; and Glenn
R. Barnes, '18, 402 South Observatory
street, are quarantined in their rooms
with German measles.
Charles E. Allison, '20, 209 South
Thayer street, was taken sick with ap-
pendicitis Saturday and removed to
the surgical ward of the University
hospital.
The University of Michigan section
of the American Medical society will
hold a meeting at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon in room 151 Chemistry
building. Mr, C. S. Robinson will give
a paper on "Some Experiments on the
Manifestation of Osmotic Pressure by
Membranes of Chemically Inert Ma-
terials."
With college and seminary life as a
background, "A Case of Suspension"
was presented by the Unitarian Stu-
dents' society in the Guild hall Sat-
urday night. Ruth Lenzner, '17, Lena
Sackett, '18, and Mary Frey took the
parts of seminary girls, and Otto
Kreuser, '17, Clarence Hunter, '17,
and Ralph Jennings, '18E, were cast
as undergraduate college men.
No new cases of scarlet fever have
been reported to Dr. John A. Wess-
inger, city health officer, since last
Friday. There are 20 cases of the
disease under the care of physicians
at present.
Estimates gladly given on any kind
of painting, tinting, papering, etc. C.
H. Major & Co. F-eod
CLASSIFIE.
FOUND
FOUND -A fountain pen in the New
Science Building, Thursday. Call
1492-W. 3
FOR SALE

FOR SALE - York "B-flat" Cornet
with complete outfit and in fine
condition. $20.00. Call at 602 Mon-
roe. Phone 799-M. D. F. Didier. 3
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FRATERNITY DRILLERS CHOOSE
OFFICERS FOR FIVE COM-
PANIES
More than 250 men turned out yes-
terday to form the five companies or-
ganized by members of State street
fraternities. A drill is held each day
at noon, and it is probable that one
hour each evening will be devoted to
the military training, following spring
vacation.
Officers were appointed, but the pos-
itions are still subject to revision. E.
Murray Hudson, '17-'19L, with seven
years of service has been elected to
act as major of the battalion. The
other appointments are as follows: A
company, captain, H. E. Montelius,
'18E; first lieutenant, Bertram D,
Schmidt, '19; second lieutenant, S.
Clark, '19; first sergeant, W. McKel-
vey, '18A. B company, captain D. U.
Bathrick, '18, first lieutenant, J. C. W.
Hinshaw, grad.; second lieutenant, not
yet appointed; first sergeant, H. C.
Muzzy, '17. C company, captain, P. S.
Lowe, '18E; second lieutenant, C. K.
Patterson, '17; first sergeant, M. Tay-
lor, '18. D company, captain, J. West,
'20E; first lieutenant, P. M. Moore Jr.,
'19; second lieutenant,L. Avery, '20;
first sergeant, W. Casgrain, '18. E
company, captain, J. P. Hart, '19; first
lieutenant, G. J. Diekema, '20; second
lieutenant, L. C. Bacon, '19; first ser-
geant, W. W. Hinshaw Jr., '20E.
"IOTE MSREPRESENE "
COMMUNICANT DECLARES RESULT
OF MILITARY BALLOT WAS NOT
MADE CLEAR
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Last Thursday's votes on the com-
pulsory training question were divided
into five classes:
(a) Those favoring compulsory
training for male students, (b) those
favoring it for the underclasses, (c)
those opposing underclass, but favor-
ing universal campus training, (d)
those opposing any compulsory train-
ing whatever, (e) those opposing uni-
versal training, but favoring it for the
two underclasses. The totals given
were (a). 3,369, (b) 2,652, (c) 1,052,
(d) 632, (e) 335. One might infer
that the total number of ballots cast
was the sum of these, or 8,040.
It will be noted that the attitude of
those in (a) and (b) is indicated on
one question only. On inquiry I find
that 2,317 voters in (a) were also in
(b). The remaining 1,052 in (a) were
those in (c); the remaining 335 in (b)
were those in (e). That is, the ballots
were actually marked as follows;
"Yes" onrboth questions.......2,317
"Yes" for freshmen and sopho-
mores only, "No" for all stu-
dents.....................335
"No" for freshmen and sopho-
mores only, "Yes" for all stu-
dents 1,052
"No" on both questions........632
Total number of votes cast..4,336
Thus all students who voted "yes"
on both questions were counted twice
in the report; those who voted "yes"
on one and "no" on the other were
reported twice on the "yes" part, once
on the "no" part; those who voted
"no"' on both questions were reported
once. This, of course, has the effect
of making the vote in favor of com-
pulsory training appear just twice
what it really was. Were those respon-
sible for this method of classification
anxious to have the compulsory train-
ing vote appear as large as possible?
The figures are unquestionably mis-
leading.
The desire of those who voted for
both propositions is not at once evi-
dent, as it is difficult to see how one
can be in favor of training, compul-
sory for freshmen and sophomores,
and optional for all others, and at the
same time in favor of compulsory
training for all. They were probably
in favor of extending compulsion as
far as possible. They should not,
however, be classed with 1,052 who
voted "no" on the one question, and at
the same time with 335 who voted
"no" on the other question.
GEO. A. LINDSAY.
Do your shades need renewing, or
repairing? Call 237. C. H. Major &
Co.-Adv. F-eod
Easter vacation is a good time to
have those rooms decorated. Call 237.

C. H. Major & Co.-Adv. F-eod

Filtered
Drinking Water

Pasteurized
Milk

Breakfast as you like it
STATE STREET
LUNCH.
Open
6:00 A. M. till midnight
Special 25 c 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

Fitform

Keeping your Suits and Overcoats
in perfect condition
Cedar Moth Proof Bag,
not only protect against moths and other injects,
but clothes are kept absolutely clean and shapely
A variety of sizes at 75c up
THE EBERBACH & SON Co.
200-204 E. LIBERTY STREET

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Suits

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and

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Top Coats
for master

Young

Men, whC

looking around fC

Perfectly
Sanitary

Inspection
Invited

your new

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SPRING SUIT

or

" WHEN YOU THINK OF PUR-
CHASING A N E W, COM-
FORTABLE SPRING SUIT
REMEMBER
THAT MARQUARDT
MAKES THESE LIGHT, AT-
TRACTIVE G A RM E N T S
WITH A DEGREE OF CARE
AND SKILL THAT KEEPS
THEM LOOKING NEW AND
STYLISH ALL SUMMER.
516 E. William St.

TOP COATS
come direct to
CORBETT'S
116 E. Liberty.

Here you will find
the Young Men's
Clothing you have
been looking for.

Recruits Wanted

ITHE SUGAR BOWLI

109 S. Main St.

Company A Signal Corp, Michigan National Guard
of Ypsilanti, have orders to expand into a batallion con-
sisting of one wire and one radio Company totalling 170
men in all.
Technical men are needed at once for this branch of

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THE STORE
OF QUALITY

SPECIAL SUNDAES
LIGHT LUNCHES
Our candies are made in
our own sanitary shop.

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the service.

Apply at Armory, Ypsilanti, Mich.

Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and
sized without injury. Koch & Henne. ft
Fools' Paradise, Official Scores, and
Sheet Music for sale at Schaeberle &
Son's Music House.-Adv. tf

TOM CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St.
gtrne Young Hen's Shop"
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

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I can duplicate any lens. J. L. For results advertise in The Michi-
Chapman, Optrometrist and Jewelers gan Daily.
Leave Copy
at at
Quarry's andFStudents'
The Delta Supply SVTre
AD VERTtISUN G

LOST.

WANTED

LOST-Mlarch 12, pain nose glasses,
toric lenses, in green case with
name W. A. Tall, optometrist. Find-
er please phone V. W. Bergstrom.
Phone 144. 31-1-3
LOST--Parker fountain pen on north
Thayer between N. University and
Lawrence St., on April 2. Reward.
Call 1346-R. 3-4
LOST-A gold brooch with green four
leaf clover design, at Union or on
State street, Saturday night. Find-
er call or leave at Daily Office. Re-
ward. . 3

WANTED-Lady for educational work
in Grand Rapids this summer, $240.
Phone 359-M. 30-31-1
WANTED- Foreign Jewish student
desires board with Jewish family
during Passover. April 7 to 13.
Box X, Daily. 31-3-5
WANTED- Young man wants room
with private family near the campus.
Box 13-H, Michigan Daily. 3
WANTED--If you are in need of any-
thing, The Michigan Daily's Class-
fled department can help you get it.

A Real Pi
for
College ME
These are two of
24 popular shapes
which you can get
Stratford
75c and up
WD C Hand Mc
$1.00 and up
Each a fine piy
with sterling silver r
and vulcanite I
Leading dealers
town carry a full
sortment. Select yi
favorite style.
WM. DEMUTH &(
New" York

We will mail

Score

and Music

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

Genuine
French
r iar

Grinnell Bros.

116 S. Main St.

Phone 1707

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