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Coat
__Trousers j=ASSuit_
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 Block and Jlichaels-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
o.
For 30 Years the Best

KODAKS and KODAKING
We have a complete line of Eastman
Kodaks and Supplies. Let us do your
finishing. Dev. 1Sc, Prints 3c to Sc.

Cordova n s
We have just received

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another

shipment of

324 So. State

or 1123 So. Univ. Ave.

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

Where You Nay Enlist--and How

SPRING OXFORDS

SEE OUR

BOSTONIANS
In CORDO CALF and BLACK CALF
At $5.00, $5.50 $6.00, $6.50 and $7.00
CAMPUS BOOTERY
308 S. State Street
ALLMAND & FORSYTHE, and 215 S. Main St,
should be accompanied by, any letters
of recommendation which he may
TO DEVELOP ,A FINE have,
T DA Fi BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT
SELECTIVE SENSE, ONE PUBLICATIONS. apr26-28may2-5

(From War Preparedness Board)
Lansing, April 27.-A good many
young men of Michigan are saying,
anxiously to themselves: "I want to
do my bit' for my country. How can
I do it to the best advantage?" This
article will endeavor to assist them in
reaching a decision.
The National Guard, the regular
army, the navy, and the marine corps
are all recruiting in Michigan now.
Enlistments in any of these organiza-
tions and in any branch are equally
needed. The recruit can be sure that
if he joins any of them, he is doing
his full patriotic duty.
But if he is a resident of Michigan
and desires to serve his state as well
as his nation, he can best do so by
joining the National Guard. The state
forces have become Federalized by re-
cent legislation, and can go any-
where in the world that our regular
army goes. Likewise, with the war
training it will receive, it can do any-
thing that the army can dQ.
Divisions in Michigan
Before joining any unit of the Guard,
the recruit should take stock of his
training, education, and native abil-
ity. Here are the various divisions
of the National Guard service in Mich-
igan, with desirable qualifications:
Infantry: Three regiments, located
in about 25 of the larger cities of
the state. For infantry companies,
good physique, perfect feet, ability to
shoot; for headquarters company,
band section, ability to play band in-
strument in addition; for machine gun
company, mechanical turn of mind,
some knowledge of horses and mules;
for supply company, knowledge of
horses and mules, and of retail gro-
cery and clothing business; head-
quarters company, knowledge of short-

hand and typewriting, and general
clerical ability.
Caalry: Horsemanship and marks-
manship; scouting and trailing ability.
Big game hunters, trappers and pros-
pectors make good cavalry men. Cav-
alry troops, Detroit and South Haven.
Field Artillery: Natural taste for
machinery; mathematical ability;
horsemanship. Artillery headquarters,
Lansing.
Adapted for College Men
Signal Corps: Signaling of any des-
cription; telegraph or wireless operat-
ing; electrical experts and telephone
linemen are desirable, or any man
with a technical electrical education;
horsemanship; clerical ability. This
service is peculiarly adapted to col-
lege and high school students. Signal
headquarters, Ypsilanti.
Engineers:. Knowledge of coal or
metal mining; practice in handling ex-
plosives; bridge and road-building
knowledge; horsemanship; surveying.
Engineer headquarters, Calumet.
Field ambulance companies and field
hospital: Pharmacists, clerks in drug
stores, dentists, doctors, hospital nurs-
es, and orderlies are particularly de-
sirable, as well as any young men
with good educations and a taste for
surgery; horsemanship. Ambulance
companies at Detroit and Bay City and
field hospital at Grand Rapids.
Cooks Needed
Cooks are sure of a position in any
organization and receive extra pay.
Clerks in wholesale or retail clothing
stores are valuable for the supply de-
partments or depots. Factory foremen
are sure to be promoted to non-com-
missioned officers because of their
ability to handle men. Professional
men, when they have received military
training, make good commissioned of-
ficers in many instances.

SPECIAL
CANOE LIGHTS
$2.35
A Few Days Only i
THE EBERBACH & SON COO
200-204 E. LIBERTY STREET

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WA H RVS hoe Store.
MaInf St. State St.

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Filtered
Drinking Water

Pasteurized
Milk

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Breakfast as you like it
STATE STRIEET
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

Fitform

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Suits

and

Top Coats

For Spring

Young Men, when
looking around for

Perfectly
Sanitary

Inspection
Invited

your new

LAW SCHOOL ARRANGES
FOR PERMANENT DRILL

ITHE SUGAR BOWL

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SPRING SUIT

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REV. E. F. TITTLE TO
TALK TOMORRHOW NIGHT

W.E1 B! SUBSCRIPTIONS
CONTINUE TO ARRIVE

or

109 S.-Main St.

THOSE
BE

TAKING THE WORK WILL
EXCUSED FROM FINAL
EXAMINATION,

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

WAS ONCE CANDIDATE FOR PRESI. I EXPECT

$7,000 GOAL TO BE

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

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NOTICE
At its May meeting, the Board in
Control of Student Publications will
choose a business manager and man-
aging editor for each of the following
publications: The Michigan Daily,
The Gargoyle, The Inlander, and The
Michiganensian. It is the policy of
the board in filling the positions on
the publications under its control, to
award them on the basis of merit to
those who have served in minor posi-
tions on the publications to which the
positions pertain.
It sometimes happens, however,
that no one who has served on the
publications during the year is elig-
ible or capable of filling one of the
leading positions for the ensuing year.
When such circumstances arise, the
board finds it necessary to consider
outside candidates. This notice should
not be considered as an intimation
that these circumstances will arise
this year.
All applications for these positions
should be in the hands of Professor
F. N. Scott, on or before May 7, in
order to be considered. Each appli-
catioi should contain a statement of
the experience of the applicant and

Permanent arrangements for mili-
tary drill in the Law school were
worked out yesterday afternoon by
the law faculty after a conference with
Major Castle. The plan is to form
two companies which are to drill from
3:30 to 5:30 o'clock five days a week
on Ferry field. The work will be un-
der the direct supervision of Major
Castle with Thomas F. McDonald, '17L,
and Frank S. Kremer, '18L, former
law cpmpany officers, as captains.
All students taking this work will
be granted credit in either a two or
a three-hour course without taking the
final examination providing they at-
tend the classes regularly and con-
form to the military requirements. All
those desiring to take this work must
enroll with the clerk by next Tuesday.,
Drill will start Monday afternoons and
continue until June 8,
KANSAS GIVES FULL CREDIT
TO ALL STIUENTS WhO ENLIST
Lawrence, Kan., April 27.-All stu-
dents of the University of Kansas who
answer the call of their government
will be given full credit at the univer-
sity regardless of whether they enlist
or serve the country in any other way.
This is the right time to have any
kind of painting done. Phone 237. C.
H. Major & Co.-Adv.

The Rev. Ernest F. Tittle, pastor
of the Broad street Methodist Epis-
copal church in Columbus, O., who will
address the Wesleyan Guild at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night in the Meth-
odist Episcopal church, was recently
sought for the presidency of Ohio
Wesleyan, his alma mater.
Prof. Lynn H. Hough of the Garrett
Biblical institute at Evanston, Ill.,
who spoke in Ann Arbor in January,
predicts that within five years, Rev.
Mr. Tittle will be the greatest preach-
er in Methodism,
100 Colorado Miners Trapped by Fire
Trinidad, Colorado, April 27.-Fire
in the mail slope of the Victor-Ameri-
can field company's mine number two
of Hastings, 22 miles north of here,
has entrapped more than 100 miners
of the day shift. The fire began after
the day shift had gone into the mines.
Early reports reaching here indicate
that there is a possibility that the fire
was the result of a plot of Austrian
miners.

Subscriptions for the W. E. B. fund
are still coming in. A number of
fraternities sent in their donations
yesterday and some remain to be
heard from. The committee thinks
that the $7,000 will be reached by the
time all have reported.
"The committee in charge of the
campaign wished to express its ap-
preciation of the excellent work done
by the men and women who assisted
in the work," said N. C. Fetter, secre-
tary of the Y. M. C. A. yesterday, "the
results have have been good and I
feel sure that the movement started
will carry itself along on its own mo-
mentum until the goal set at the be-
ginning of the campaign has been
reached."
OR SCOTT NEARING TO
LECTUREON RELIGION
WILL TALK ON APPLICATION OF
CHRISTIANITY TO SOCIAL

ing his efforts to the abolition of the
boss system and a fair schedule of
wages. His radicalism has placed
him in a queer position among the
thinkers of the country.
After the lecture, "Social Religion,"
Dr. Nearing will address the regular
guild class informally, and will an-
swer such questions as the students
care to ask.
City News
According to the permits issued by
City Clerk Reynolds, Hagenbeck and
Wallace's circus will be in Ann Arbor
on May 28. The permit also allows the
circus to parade upon the streets of
the city.
Up to yesterday 52 applications for
teachers' examination in the rural
schools have been filed in the school
commissioner's office. There are 36
applicants for third grade and 16 ap-
plicants for the second grade exam-
inations.
An effort is being made to decide
the extent of Michigan's possible food
preparedness. Through the activities
of the Michigan food preparedness
board, blanks will be distributed
among the district school teachers
Monday. The teachers are to canvass
the farmers who will fill the blanks
out and send them in. The questions
asked are: What crops do you intend
to raise this year? How many acres?
Do you need farm help? If so, how
much? Have you an over supply of
seed? Do you use the best grade ofi
seeds? Results from this investiga-
tion of the state's food supply will
probably be received the latter part
of next week.
Yale Aerial Men Ordered to Lake Erie
New Haven, Conn., April 27.-Aerial
coast patrol number two, composed of
Yale students, has been ordered by
the government to do duty on Lake
Erie. The men will be enrolled as
individuals and not as a unit of the
naval militia.

l)ENT OF OHIO WES-
LEYAN

REACHED WHEN ALL RE.
PORTS ARE IN

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

THE STORE
OF QUALITY

TO CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St.
"glhe Young Nen's Shop"

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Mosquito Fleet Service is Four Years CONDITIONS
Princeton, N. J., April 27.-Men de-
siring to enlist in the mosquito fleet Interpreting the application of
service do so for the full four years Christianity to social conditions in
of a regular enlistment, states the life, Dr. Scott Nearing will lecture
secretary of the navy in answer to on "Social Religion" at 11:45 o'clock
questions in the matter. Experience tomorrow morning in the Baptist
is not essential as the men may be church.
shifted from sea work to shore duty The speaker has taken the material
at any time. Promotions are strictly for this address from his book of that
on the basis of merit, there being no name. He is also the author of sev-
preference shown college men over eral other volumes dealing with mod-
any other type of individual. ern social, political, and economic
problems. While at the University of
Dance to music by Varsity sextette Pennsylvania, Dr. Nearing was espe-
at Armory tonight.-Adv. cially active in social reforms, devot-
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FOR SALE WANTED
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets, WANTED-Festival tickets for Satur-
second balcony, third row, isle seats day evening. Five together or two
at $5.00 per. Call R. S. Cron. Phone and three separate. Call 991-R, be-
$94. tween 10 and 12 o'clock. 27-8

AUTO BANDITS HOLD UP

CHICAGO OFFICE IN DAYLIGHT
Chicago, April 27.-Six armed auto
bandits held up and robbed the real
estate and banking offices of Kowa-
lesky Brothers here of between $13,-
000 and $15,000 this afternon. The
office was filled with customers.
Three of the bandits entered the of-
fices and lined up R. J. Kowalesky, a
girl cashier, and six customers against
the wall. The other three kept guard
outside. The money was taken from
a drawer in the cashier's cage.
rorsees Rise in Price of " Coal Soon
Chicago, April 27.-Prices of. coal
are scheduled to advance materially
within a few weeks, according to Chi-
cago coal dealers. The scarcity of la-
borers, increased wages of the miners,
shortage, unusual demands, are all
given as factors that will place coal
in the list of war priced commodities.
There is opportunity in The Michi-
gan Daily Ads. Read them.

FOR SALE- Three four dollar pre-
festival coupons, excellent position
-first gallery. Phone 856-M. 28-9
FOIE SALE-Two May Festival tickets.
Excellent seats. on main floor.
Phone 450-R. 28-9
VOR SALE-The best and least expen-
sive way of buying, is to let' The
Michigan Daily be your medium.

Do You Know

MISCELLANEOUS
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$100 monthly corresponding for
newspapers; $40 to $50 monthly in
spare time; experience unnecessary;
no canvassing; subjects suggested.
Send for particulars. National Press
Bureau, Room 2558, Buffalo; N. Y.-
Adv. tf

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