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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Coat
Trousers =ASuit
Vest
Simple enough. And yet how rare a thing to get a suit that
really "suits."
Coat that fits and drapes-
Trousers that hang clean and straight-
Vest free from unsightly wrinkles.
Only a few manufacturers can be relied upon to turn the trick
every time._
Stein lock and Ptichaels-Stern do
Only a few dealers carry a large enough variety of styles and
models to furnish the right suit for every man.
We Do
SUITS FROM $15.00 UP TO $35.00
Lindenschmidt, Apfel Co.

Now is the time for

Calkins
Drug
Co.
For 30 Years the Best

KODAKS and KODAKINU
We have a complete line of Eastman
Kodaks and Supplies. Let us do your
finishing. Dev. 15c, Prints 3c to 5c.

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

324 So. State

or 11 23 So. Univ. Ave.

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FOOD SUPPLY SCARCITY
A SERIOUS SITUATION
NEW YORK BANK URGES ALL COM-
NUNITIES TO HELP IN
MOVEMENT

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W hatabout

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

The gravity of the situation which
now confronts the world in the scar-
city of food supplies is being repeat-
edly pressed upon public attention by
the National City bank of New York, in
the issues of its monthly bulletins and
pamphlets and urge immediate action
upon the subject.
This country is now at war, and our
allies Belgium, Great Britain, France,
and Italy, are dependent upon us for
food, but unless the United States
grows more food than they did last
year, there is danger of a serious food
situation. It is the opinion of the
National City bank of New York, that
this emergency can only be met by
spontaneous action in every state,
county, and school district in forming
organizations.
A letter received by one of the of-
ficers of the bank from Sir George
Parish of London, urges that the Am-
erican people continue to help the
world get through this great time of.
stress by growing as mulch food as
possible and by consuming no more
than is absolutely necessary.
Naval 'Rookies
Become Hardened
Spend Mornings in Driling with7
Hikes and Course Work in
Afternoons

MAY CONTINUE MEDICAL.
SCHOOL DURHING SUMMER
FACULTY AND CLINICAL STAFF
DRAW UP RESOLUTION
TO REGENTS
The faculty and clinical staff of the
Homoeopathic Medical school at a
meeting on Thursday drew up a reso-
lution for the board of regents signi-
fying their willingness to conduct the
school and hospital during the sum-
mer.
In regard to the resolution Dean
Wilbert B. Hinsdale of the Homoeo-
pathic Medical school stated last night
that the faculty and clinical staff are
willing to carry out any plan that the
Regents may suggest and that instead
of hasty enlisting the medical students
can do more by continuing their work
until the government knows what to
do.with them.
The resolution is as follows: "Re-
solved, That owing to variations in the
usual programs that war conditions
may require, we express to the Re-
gents of the'University our willingness
to conduct school and hospital during
the summer and to conform to any
alterations in usual schedules which
in their wisdom they may direct."

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THE EBERBACH & SON
200-204 E. LIBERTY STREET

CO.

Keeping your Suits and Overcoats
in perfect condition
Cedar 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

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Maim St. state St.

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.

Suits

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GOVERNMENT DSAVR
MEDICS DISMANTING-
DEAN W. B. HINSDALE ADVISED
ENOUGHISCHOOLS TAKE
STEPS

For Spring

WHAT WOULD YOU CALL
YOUR NEIGHBOR
If he threw $25 to $80 in the river? But you will
lose that much if you fail to

THE SUGAR BOWL
109 S. Main St.

Young Men, when
looking around for

your new

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INVESTIGATE

Guaranteed the same as a new tire and in addition
Guaranteed 3500 Miles

Puncture Proof

Office

113 S. Main
Service Station
818 S. Main

THE I-R -S COMPANY
International Rubber
Sales Co.
W. F. LETTS, Manager
SOLE AGENTS FOR
WASHTENAW COUNTY

Phone 432-M
We will in-
spect your tires
free.

Hardened is the term applied by
Lieutenant J. R. Hayden of the eighth
divison of the naval reserves, in ex-
plaining the condition of the men of
his command. 'The truth of this state-
ment can best be appreciated after
scrutiny of the activities of the "rook-
ies" for the past two days, which in-
pluded a smoker and dance whichlasted
until midnight Thursday night, follow-
ed by a ten mile hike in skirmish
formation early yesterday morning.
In spite of the strenuous workouts all
men of the division are in 'good con-
dition.
The seventh division of engineers
continues to spend the mornings in
working out in front of the University
boilers supplementing their day's work
with a short hike in the afternoon.
The gymnasium is given over after-
noons to practice of the various cours-
es needed by the seamen on which the
reserves have been hearing lectures
for the past week. Several of the men
in the divisions have become proficient
in the execution of semaphore signals
through their incessant practice in the
gymnasium.
SEEK STUDENTS FOR RANKS
OF 33RD MICHIGAN INFANTRY
University students are wanted to
swell the ranks of the 33rd Mich-
igan infantry, stationed at Fort
Wayne. The request that this matter
be given publication was contained
in a letter to The Daily, coming from
Major Floyd H. Randall, '97-'99M,
which also set forth the-many ad-
vantages to be gained from enlist-
ment in this particular branch of the
service.
Wilbur M. Brucker, '16L, now a
sergeant in the regiment, enclosed the
advice to men who are ready to
answer the call to the colors, that
they would do well to cast their lot1
with the 33rd infantry, which has re-
ceived much experience during the
past year.
All Medic Classes Drill Every Day1
The senior, junior, sophomore, and
freshmen medics have organized com-
panies which are drilling every day
in front of the Medical building. c

The government is not in favor of
having any other hospitals and med-
ical schools of the country dismantle
their internal organization or allow
their internes to go to war at once,
according to a telegram received by
Dean Wilbert B. Hinsdale of the
Homoeopathic Medical school, from
the advisory commission of the nation-
al council of defense.
The telegram advised the dean to
disregard all except signed official re-
ports from the medical board of the
national defense council and to take no
further action until advised as there
were a sufficient number of schools
which had already taken steps. A
census is being taken of the hospital
resources of the country which is
necessary to prevent further disorgan-
ization of civil hospitals,
KANSAS CIGARETTE LAW
MAY GO INTO EFFECT SOON

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

Act Makes it
in Any

Unlawful to Encourage
Way Smoking of
Cigarettes

ADVISES UNDERGRADUATES Leonard Wood as stated by the In-
TO CONTINUE UNIVERSITY WORK diana Daily Student.
Students can help their country by
Bloomington, Ind., April 20.-Under- acquiring an education better than by
graduates should not enlist until the enlisting in the present army. Trained
mobilization of citizen forces is called men will be needed later and should
for is the opinion of Major-General continue their courses.
Live Copy Leave Copy
LAat at
ary's and Students'
TeD E T Na Supply Store
A DV E RT1 tIN G

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Lawrence, Kan., April 20.-Cigar-
ettes will be absolutely banished from
the state of Kansas as a result of the
new law which will go into effect in
May, according to indications.
The act amends a former tobacco
law so that it is now unlawful to
sell, give away, advertise, or in any
way encourage the smoking of cigar-
ettes. Minors under 21 years of age
cannot be given or sold any kind of
tobacco or smoking materials an(}
merchants cannot allow any minor to
visit a place of business or any other
public place while he is smoking.
Dance-halls, pool-rooms, waiting-
rooms, public conveyances, and any
store or shop are included in the for-
bidden territory.
In order to enforce the act, officers,
upon suspicion, may search a place
where it is suspected the law is be-
ing violated. A fine of $25 to $100 is to
be the punishment for violation.
Catholic Students' Club Dance at
Packard Academy, 2:30-5:30. Satur-
day, April 21, 1917. Fischer's. 21

City News
Deciding to end the Miles case,
Judge Kinne this afternoon granted a
decree to Mrs. Mary Jane Miles, who
may resume her former name, Mrs.
Mary Jane Spokes. Mrs. Miles shall
receive $300 for improvements on the
house owned by her husband and $20
costs.
Thomas K. Huston, '15E, died yes-
terday morning at the home of his
mother, Mrs. John Huston, 711 Arbor
street. He was 26 years old. Huston
assisted in the chemical engineering
laboratories until last June. The body
will be sent to the former home in
Calumet for burial.
Clarence H. McCann, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William McCann, died early yes-
terday morning at the family home,
1019 Church street. Funeral services
will be held at 8 o'clock this morning
in St. Thomas church.
Following an announcement made
by Governor Sleeper that agricultural
agents will be given to all counties
now without them, Washtenaw coun-
ty is assured of an agent despite the
opposing vote of the board of super-
visors. The action taken by the state
is in accordance with the plan to se-
cure proper cultivation of all farm
lands.
Teachers' examinations for Washte-
naw county instructors will be held
in the city high school on April' 26.
All applicants must be at least 18
years old, and besides having a certi-
ficate, are required to attend the sum-
mer normal at Ypsilanti, or some
other approved professional twaining
school.
Forty-two residents of, Washtenaw
county will be admitted to citizenship
in June and 32 will be admitted in
October according to the county clerk.
About 75 per cent of the applicants
are of German birth.
Delta Cafe-Dinner dances by2ar-
rangement.-Adv. 19-21-22
Special discount to class baseball
teams. Cushing's Pharmacy.-Adv.

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

SPRING SUIT

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

THE STORE
OF QUALITY

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TOM CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St.
" 7Iie Young Men's Shop"

WANTED
WANTED - Four ladies, preferably
with teaching experience, to work in
Dunkirk, New York. Good salary
for summer. Phone 359-M. 19-20-21
WANTED- Drug clerk with experi-
ence. Part time balance college year.
Position permanent. Edsill's Rexall
Drug Store. 208 S. Main St. 21

LOST
LOST-Copy of Browning in Econo-
mics Building last Wednesday. Will
person who claimed same please
leave it with the janitor for its
rightful owner. No questions. 21
LOST-Dietzgen slide rule. Np case.
Please call Rogers, 355. 20-21-22
FORB SALE
FOR SALE-War bargain-$100 type-
writer, almost new, $24.50. Owner
leaving for front. School of Short-
hand, 711 N. University. 20-21-22
MISCELLANEOUS
PRIVATE BOARD-$5.00 weekly. 410
Church St. Phone 450-R. 4-22-in.

STATE VISUIG NURSE TO
ATTENrDy J NATiON AL CON FEiRENCE
Leave of absence for a week has
been granted by the Michigan anti-
tuberculosis association to Miss Mary
J. Nelson, state visiting nurse, in ord-
er that she may attend the conference
of the national nursing organizations
from April 26 to May 2 in Phila-
delphia.
Miss Nelson, who goes from Glad-
win, Michigan, where she is spending
two weeks doing educational work in
the city and rural schools, will at-
tend this conference as chairman of
the standing committees on tuber-
culosis of the national organization
for public health nursing.
Miss Nelson will be sent on April
23 to Mt. Clemens for work there dur-
ing "Baby Week," starting at that
date. This is the first appeal for the
services of a nurse during a "Baby
Week," to be received by the society.
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.

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WANTEDr-Lady to work
azoo for the summer.
month. Phone 359-M.

in Kalam-
$80 per
19-20-21

WANTED- A porter. Apply at 621
South State Street. Phone 1328. 21
WANTED- A few more boarders at
536 Thompson. $4.50 per week.

THAT GRINNELL BROS. CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON ANYTHING
In the Realm of Music!
ASK TO SEE THE NEW "RECORD LITE"
FOR VICTROLAS

Phone 1707

116 SO. MAIN ST.
Try our Record Approval Service

Phone 1707

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