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We want to

trade a new Kodak

Drug

for a second -hand
8x10 View Camera

Cordovans
We have just received
another shipment of
this popular shoe in
BLACK and TAN.
Special Agency Nettleton shoes

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Spring
Overcc
doesn 't "grow on evi
bush"
We've plucked a few for the fa
dious-for the man who wants
Warmth Ivithout iveight
Style with staying qualities

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HOMOEOPATHIC SCHOOL
FORMS HOSPITAL UNIT
FACULTY TO PLACE SERVICES AT
GOVERNMENT'S DIS-
POSAL
The faculty of the Homoeopathic
Medical school is organizing a reserve
hospital unit to be placed at the dis-
posal of the government should its
services be required.
This organization, under the direct
supervision of Dr. H. M. Beebe of the
Homoeopathi6 hospital, will consist of
four divisions, the administrative div-
ision, the medical, surgical, and the
eye-ear-nose division. It also will in-
clude a radiographer, a pathologist, a
pharmacist, and an anaesthetist.
Under these men will be 45 trained
female nurses from the Homoeopathic
training school, and 115 men recruited
from the campus at large. These men
will act as orderlies, nurses and first
aid men. They will be trained by
members of the faculty and will be
prepared to step into their respective
positions should the hospital be call-
ed out.
If called to service the hospital
would be placed on the line of com-
munication behind our armies, and
would be equipped to care for 500
patients at one time. An effort will
be made by the faculty to collect all
necessary equipment, but if this is
not possible all equipment will be
furnished by the government.
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$15

o$35

or 1123 So. Univ. Ave.

Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.

'rho SteinBl~ck) Co. 1914l

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.

* UNEXCUSED ABSENCES
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* Unexeused absences from class-
* es on Friday preceding or on
* Tuesday following spring vaca-
* tion will count as three absences
* as in the past. Notices will not be
* sent out, but credit reduced or the
* student placed on probation if at
* the end of the term too many un-
* Cci:sc l1etces are recorded

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RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS
NEEDED FOR WAR WORK
CONGRESS AUTHORIZES BODY TO
ASSIST SANITARY DE-
PItT3E TS
By Dr. W. P. Lombard
The American Red Cross is the
only volunteer organization authorized
by congress to assist the 'sanitary de-
partments of the army and navy, and
it must respond to the call of the sec-
retary of war by placing all of its
personnel and equipment at the dis-
posal of the government.
One who joins the Red Cross as an
ordinary member places himself un-
der no obligation. When one enrolls
as an active member, it is expected
that he will be ready to enter the
hygienic department of the govern-
ment if his services are needed, and
when his services are accepted by the
government, he will come under the
regulations controlling the personnel
of the army and navy.
Volunteers ay Re Paid
When a person thus enters the serv-
ice of the government in time of war,
he will be paid by the national gov-
ernment according to the nature of
his work. Red Cross volunteers give
their services without pay, but if they
have been definitely appointed, they
will be housed, fed, and given the
transportation required for their
duties.
The personnel of the Red Cross is
diided into three classes: (a) Those
willing to serve wherever needed. (b)
Those willing to serve in the homed
country only. (c) Those willing to
serve at place of residence only.
(lass A will consist chiefly of
trained persons. Classes B and C will
contain trained persons and many u-
trained individuals, upon whom the
Red Cross must depend for a great
variety of services. Men and women
properly trained will be organized into
field, hospital, and supply columns and
information bureau sections.
Columns Not on Front
Except in time of necessity the Red
Cross columns will not be employed
on the firing line, hut will be used be-
hind the front on lines of communica-
tion and at suitable stations.
The chapters will enroll ordinary
members and collect funds; enroll
those who wish to take an active part
in the service; manufacture hospital
garments and supplies; aid families of
soldiers and sailors and their widows
and orphans; care for convalescents
and help the permanently disabled and
blind to become self-supporting.
In addition to the work that un-
trained persons can do in the local
chapters, a great many trained and
untrained individuals other than those
specially prepared for medical work,
are required. This is shown by the
registration cards which are used by
the Red Cross for those who wish to
actively aid in relief near the front.
List Various Services
These cards list the following:
Men (other than medical-Private,
(1) base hospital (see Red Cross cir-
cular 135), (2) ambulance company
(see Red Cross circular 146), (3)
sanitary training detachment (see Red
Cross circular 136). Mechanic, cook,
chauffeur and clerk (1) stenographer,
(2) typist, (3) accountnt. Pharmacist,
(1) licensed, (2) druggist's assistant;
electrician, plumber, butcher, baker,
waiter, telephone operator, telegraph
operator, carpenter translator, packer,
teamster or driver and fireman.
Women (other than nurses): Sew-
ing, mending, linen room work, prep-

aration of surgical supplies, general
supply room service, packing and
shipping, laundry service, diet kitchen,
cook and waitress, housekeeping,
cleaning, interpreter, translator, let-
ter writing and reading aloud (home
service only), clerical service, ste-
nographer, typist, accountant, tele-

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Penny Wise
and a
Pound Foolish

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Keeping your Suits and Overcoats
in perfect c ndition
Ce dar Moth Proof Bags
not only protect against moths and other insects,
but clothes are kept absolutely clean and shapely
A variety of sizes at 75c up
THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
200-204 E. LIBERTY STREET

Suits

[OCKSMIJHING---ELECICREPAIRING
HIGHEST QUALITY
William W. Behringer
11 NICKELS ARCADE

Malx 4S. fState it..

and

Our customers figure
their shoe bills by
the year ayd not by
the pair.
As a result, they ex-
perience economy-
phis style, comfort,
and distinctive de-
signs in footwear.

Topr Coats
for Laster

Fitform

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Young

Men, when

looking around for

Campus Bootery
308 S. State St. Opposite Huston's
Bostonian and Florsheim Shoes
(NEW SPRING STYLES)
Women

Footwear for . .
Men and Women

your new

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SPRING SUIT

Ol'LER SPECIAL RATES ON
TRAINS IF TEN SIGN

UPI

or

A. J. RUBY
INC.

WHEN YOU THINK OF PUR-
CHASING A NEW, 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.

Upperclass elective baseball and
tennis tournament lists are on the
bulletin board in Barbour gymnasium
and should be signed before spring
vacation.
Swimming tests for athletic honors
should be arranged with the director
this week.
Class assignments for spring sports
have been posted. All classes in re-
quired sports will begin Tuesday,
April 17.
Sophomores and freshmen who have
not appeared for either of the ap-
paratus meets or for Tuesday's ex-
aminations will report at 11, 2 or 3
o'clock today.
Mr. N. C. Fetter will speak at Y.
W. C. A. vespers at 5 o'clock today.
Cast-off clothing, particularly shoes,
can be used to advantage if brought to
Newberry hall by Friday noon. Phone
640-M and the articles will be called
for.

Special rates will be given to stu-
dents going home on all trains, provid-
ing at least 10 sign up at the Michigan
Union desk for each one. Cars have
been secured for students going to
Chicago at 1:17 o'clock tomorrow and
to Buffalo on the Wolverine at 2:42,
the required number, 40, having sign-
ed up for these cars. Tickets will go
on sale for the different trains this
morning at the Union. '
HOLD DRESS REHEARSAL FOR
FRENCH SOCIETY PLAY TODAY
"Les Pattes de Mouche," the French
play to be given April 26, will under-
go a complete rehearsal today for the
first time since the Cercle Francais
began work on it. From now on re-
hearsals will take place in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall instead of in the
Cercle Francais' rooms as previous.
Prof. Edward L. Adams is in charge
of the production this year and is as-
sisted by Prof. Albert B. Johnson.
SEND ADDRESSES OF HOMOEOP
GRADUATES TO WASHINGTON
The Homoeopathic hospital re-
ceived a telegram from Washington
yesterday asking for the present ad-
dresses of 1915 and 1916 graduates of
the school. This list so far as obtain-
able has been forwarded. Previously,
upon a similar request, a list of all
seniors and juniors was sent to Wash-
ington.
Uge the advertising coiumns of The
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
best of AnnArbor's buyers.

NICKELS
ARCADE

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

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huron Valley Bldg. & Sav. Association
H. H. Herbst, Sec. and Atty., Room
14, A. A. Sav. Bank Bldg. Safest place
to invest your earnings. Dividends
never less than 6 per cent. Money
loaned at lowest rates.- f'Adv.

Dancing classes. and private
at the Packard Academy.

lessons There. will be no more vesper ser-
tt vices at Newberry hall.

phone operator, telegraph operator,
photographer, motor service (1) con-
tribution of motor; (2) with chauffeur,
(3) with personal service as chauffeur,
masseuse, special not classified above.
Volunteers of the classes mentioned
in the above lists can apply for an en-
rollment card to the secretary of the,
local Red Cross chapter in the Ann
Arbor Civic association room at the
city hall, or, to the Red Cross head-
quarters in Washington.
SENIOR LITS TO HAVE LAST
CHANCE TODAY TO PAY DUES
The last chance for the senior lits
to pay their dues will- be given today.
Material for the senior program will
be sent to the printers tonight and in
order that all names may appear,
members must pay their dues today.
The collection will be made from 2 to
5 o'clock at the west entrance of the
Library. The program committee will
also receive money for programs to-
day at the same place.
"Y" TO OFFER SERVICES TO
AID CATALOGUING STUDENTS
In order to facilitate the catalogu-
ing of the student body, the Student
Y. M. C. A. cabinet passed the follow-
ing resolution at a meeting held yes-
terday:
""ie it resolved, That the services
of the "Y" building, its equipment,
and the "Y" membership be proffered
to the committee in charge of cata-,
loguing the students of the Univer-
sity."
1. G. KRAUSE MADE CHAIRMAN
OF J-LIT SOCIAL COMMITTEE
Following the resignation of Frank
W. Grover as chairman of the social

TOM CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St.

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THE STORE
OF QUALITY

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

Leave Copy Leave Copy
at at
Quarrys and Students'
The DeltaAIS I I Supply Store
SD VE RT I SI N C..

WANTEDl
WANTED- Foreign Jewish student
desires board with Jewish family
during Passover. April 7 to 13.
Box X, Daily. 31-3-5

WANTED-Lady for
in , Lansing this
Phone 359-M.

educational
summer,

work
$240.
5-6

LOST.
LOST-Sigma Delta Chi badge. Init-
ials C. M. J. on the. back. Finder
call 1161. 5
MISCELLANEOUS
VACATION BOARD-Ottmer's Board-
ing House will be open during
spring vacation. 500 E. William St.
4-5-6
PRIVATE BOARD-$5.00 weekly. 410
Church St. Phone 450-R. 4-22-in.

We will mail Score and Music
FOOLS' PARADISE,
To any address for you.

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"he Young Hen's Shop"
committee of the junior literary clas.
President A. L. Kirkpatrick appointe
B. G. Krause to fill the position lef
vacant. Philip Pack, Mildred Hill, an
Louise Irish will serve on the commit
tee in addition to Grover.
Assc iated Charities Needs Clothin
The Federation of Charities of An
Arbor, is in need of all kinds of casi
oi clothing. The supply that was con
tributed at the last holiday season ha
all been given out -and the need fo
more is great. The office is at 101 E
Ann street and goods can be left ther
or if those, who have anything, wi
telephone 386 the clothing will be cal
ed for.
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

Call us up, and open up an account.

WANTED-The opportunity of getting
what you want is knocking at your
door. Answer it by a want-ad in

Grinnell Bros.

116 s. Main St.

Phone 1707

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