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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Coat
_______rousers A Suit
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
everp time.
Stein Block and Hichaels-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
LindenschmidtApfel Co.

Now is the time for

Calkins

Cordovans

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Drug

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

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We have just received

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another

shipm it of

324 So. State

or 1123 So. Univ. Ave.

For 30 Years the Best

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

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LICICH GIES READING
TO STUDENT SOCIETY

INTELLIGENCE BUREAU
SERVICES WILL BE USED
LETTER BRINGS ASSURANCE THAT
MEN WILL HAVE OPPOR-
TUNITY TO SERVE
An assurance to the students of the

WA H R'S Shoe Stores
Main. St. State St.

HUMOROUS SELECTIONS
FROM MARK TWAIN'S
"RUCK FINN"

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Cameras --

Photo Supplies

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

ALLMAND & FORSYTHE,,

308 S. State Street
and 215 S. Main St.

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Safer Thzan
Currency to Carry=
has often been remarked when talking of
-K. N. & K. TRAVELERS' CHECKS
Experienced Travelers Use Them-
Checks not countersigned nay be replaced if lost.-
Convenient for the college mantray- Considering he protection afforded,
ehiug individually or with his team, their cost is insignificant.-
Denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100at a premium of 50a.
on one hundred dollars' worth.
Get them from your local bank or write for full particulars,
Kuaut .Nado &Kune
EQUITABLE BUILDING NEW YORK CITY -
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Humorous readings from Mar
Twain given by Mr. Louis Eich of the
oratory department made a decided
hit at the meeting of the Unitarian
Students' society Sunday evening, in
the church parlors at the corner of
State and Huron streets.
Mr. Eich prefaced his readings with
a few remarks concerning Mark Twain
himself. "Many people regard Twain
as merely a humorist," he said, "but
that he was equally capable of hand-
ling serious subjects is shown by sev-
eral of his works, such as 'Joan of
Arc.' William Dean Howells has
called Mark Twain the 'Lincoln of lit-
erature.' "
The first reading was from "Huck
Finn," giving a glimpse of the Twain
philosophy concerning kings and
aristocracy. A selection from "Tramps
Abroad" followed, and as an encore,
Mr. Eich gave a reading from "Rough-
ing It," in which the dialogue between
the wild and wooly cowboy, and the
super-refined parson from the East
furnished a bit of comedy.
At the meeting next Sunday even-
ing several of the student members
will give vocational talks. This will
be the last of the series and the public
is cordially invited to attend.
WASHINGTON CAMPUS TO BE
PLANTED WITH POTATOES
Seattle, Wash., April 30.-Campus
day at the University of Washing-
ton will take on a new aspect this
year. On that day the entire student
body will plant all available ground
on the campus with potatoes.
About 40 business men of Seattle
are taking military drill with the stu-
dents of the university in preparation
for the examination for the reserve
officers' training camps.
ELk SSITI3b.
MISCELLANEOUS
AN INTELLIGENT person may earn
$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
TWO MAY FESTIVAL coupons for
sale at half price, and two tickets
wanted on first floor, any one of
three back rows. Phone 29. 1
WANTED
WANTED - A lady for educational
work in Kalamazoo. $240 for sum-
mer. Phone 359-M. 1-2-3
WANTED-To exchange two May Fes-
ti al course tickets in second bal-
cony for two in first balcony. Prem-
ium offered. Phone Evans, 2183-M
or University 96.
LOST
LOST-A large size leather covered
note book, in State St. Lunch, before
Easter vacation. Reward. No ques-
tions asked. Phone 402-R. 1-2-3
LOST -Slide rule. Call 1363-R. Re-
ward. 29-1
LOST-A pair of glasses in case. Call

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University who have sent in cards to
the intercollegiate intelligence bureau
offering their services to the govern-
ment that they will undoubtedly be
given an opportunity to serve their
country "is contained in the following
letter which has been received by
Francis M. Bacon, '02, state director
of the bureau, from national head-
quarters at Washington:
"This is to answer your letter of
Apr. 21 to Dean McClellan in which you
express the desire and spirit of the
University of Michigan and the other
institutions of collegiate rank in the
state of Michigan to co-operate with
us in our work. But before under-
taking the very considerable amount
of detail work necessary to organize
and collect the information required
for our bureau, you want to be assured
of our ability to be of real service
to the government.
"We are now settled in offices here
with the council of national defense

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Our Developing and Printing Service is Prompt and Satisfactory
THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
200-204 E. LIBERTY STREET

Filtered
Drinking Water

Pasteurized
Milk

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Breakfast as you like it
STATE STR EET
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 wont
When you want it
As you want it

F3itform'

Suits

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Top Coats

AVERAGE FRESHMAN 19 YEARS
OLD; WEIGHS 141.7- POUNDS
Lafayette, Ind., April 30.-If you
are a freshman you should be 19.1
years old and weigh 141.7 pounds, ac-
cording to the Purdue Exponent.
Physical tests made at- Purdue uni-
versity recently show that the average
'first year man has these character-
istics and is 5 feet 7 1-2 inches tall.
He should have a chest expansion of
three inches and must be able to
"chin" himself eight or dip four times.
Eighty per cent of the yearlings are
fit for military work and many more
could be made so by minor operations.
These figures were reached after 572
men had been examined.

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DRUGSI

and are organized to be of real assist-
ance to the government. Before our
furniture had arrived, and while we
were sitting on the radiators and win-
dow sills, we received requests for-
warded to us by the director of the
council of national defense from sev-
eral of the most important depart-
ments of the government. I have al-
ready, in the few days I have been
here, talked with a number of im-
portant bureau chiefs. Most of them
had not as yet heard of the existence
of our bureau, but they were all un-
animous in saying that it filled one of
the most crying needs in the .;apital
in this hour of nationa' cLrgency
and all of them promised to make use
of us at a very early date.
"Dean McClellan and I plan to get
to Washington a half dozen patriotic
young Americans -who, like ourselves,
want to give their services to the na-
tion at the present time, and to place
these men in the various departments
to find out exactly how best we can
serve them. Judging from the devel-
opments of the last three days, we
believe that it is not so much a ques-
tion of whether the government calls
upon us to serve them as it is whether
the universities of the country will
be ready in time to fill the orders. I
am most anxious to use the institu-
tions of your great state an'd hope that
you will personally call upon me for
any assistance which I can render to
you in this office.
"JAMES S. PHILIPS,
Secretary."
MAGAZINE OFFERS WOMEN CASH
PRIZES FOR WORK IN SUMMER
The Current Opinion scholarship
fund offers an unlimited numbed of
cash scholarships commensurate in
value to the number of subscriptions
that a candidate may obtain to the
Current Opinion - magazine for one
year. Anywhere from $300 to $800 can
be earned in a summer. For every
subscription until 200 have been ob-
tained the salesman receives $1.00, but
for 200 subscriptions a scholarship
bonus of an additional $100 is received.
For 300 subscriptions, an additional
$160, for 400 subscriptions, a bonus of
$220, and so on.
Women who are interested in this
scholarship should communicate with
Dean Myra B. Jordan, or write to the
Current Opinion scholarship fund, 63
West Thirty-sixth street, New York.
Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wild
Co., Leading Merchant Tailors. State
St. tf
There is opportunity in The Michi-

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Young Men, when
looking around for

Perfectly
Sanitary

Inspection
Invited

your new

THE SUGAR BOWL
109 S. Mai St.

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SPRING SUIT

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

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

von 't VBol toit 'll
Cost You $6. oo
And If You Miss a Whole Day of
School You Lose $24, Figures
California Dean
Berkeley, Cal., April 30.-Every
time a student bolts a class he loses
$6.00. If he is absent for a day he
forefits $24.
This is the conclusion reached from
the statement and statistics of Dean
Arthur Holmes of the University of
California. A college education is
worth $20,000 because of the differ-
ence in salary of the non-college man
and the University graduate. Accord-
ing to statistics, the wages of a uni-
versity man reach the average mark of
$1,187 per year, while the other man
receives $518 for his labor. This
gives the educated man $650 to his
credit, which in 30 years will amount
to almost $20,000.
The average college man attends the
university 180 days for four years, and
carries about four classes a day. Tak-
taking the value of each hour, the con-
clusion shows that each class is worth
$6.00.

For Spring

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

THE STORE
OF QUALITY

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TOM CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St.

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Leave Copy eave Copy'
at at
Qua uand Students'
TiDelta hBSupply Store
ADV E RT IS1_N G

FOR SAL
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets,
main floor. Season or single cod,
certs. Phone 1810-J.2--2
c8FOR SALE-May Festival course tick-
et. Call 1809-W. Campbell. 29-1
FOR SALE-Insurance and law busi-
ness. Located in city of 8,000 in-
habitants. Net income of insurance
business amounts to $1,000 a year.
B. F. Savery. Phone 692-J. 29-1-2
FOR SALE--A May Festival ticket.
for one or two concerts. Main floor.
Phone 882-R. 1.
FOR SALE-Two course May Festival
tickets, Main floor. Phone 694-J. H.
R. Miller. 1-2-3
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets
main floor, Friday and Saturday aft-
ernoons Phone No. 7. 1-2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-A May Festival ticket.
Call Larsen, 231. 1
FOR SALE- Two seats, fourth row,
first balcony, center, for Thursday
evening, Friday afternoon, Saturday
afternoon. Call 2220. 1
FOR SALE-May Festival course tick-
et, main floor and second balcony.
Phone 18734, tf
FOR SALE-Guitar and case in Al
condition. Phone 1358-M. 1-2-3-4
FOR SALE-Two excellent May Fest-
ival tickets on main floor for Wed-
nesday, Thursday, and Friday after-
noon. Call 1521J.1
FOR SALE- Underwood typewriter,
nearly new; ten volume set, new,
of Brady's Photographic History of
the Civil war; violin; cornet. Phone

368. Reward.

1-2-3

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE - A full course Festival
ticket, ninth row, first balcony.
1062-W. 1-2
FOR SALE-Four single May Festival

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tickets, first balcony,
Phone 2276-J.
1.

fourth row.
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* * * * * * * * * * * *
TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
FOR MAY FESTIVAL
By order of the police depart-
ment, on the nights of the May
Festival, vehicles of all kinds will
be prohibited on North Univer-
sity avenue between Thayer and
Ingalls streets. Taxicabs must
park on the west side of Thayer
street, facing south between North
University avenue and Washington
street. Priyate automobiles may
be parked on Ingalls and Wash-
ington streets. Persons on foot
are requested to refrain from leav-
ing the taxicab entrance at the
Thayer street side of the auditor-
ium.
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I 'fie Young Men's Shop"
CLASSICAL CLUB FRESHMEN TO
ENTERTAIN OLDER MEMBERS
Following a short business meeting
o fthe Classical club, to be held at 8
o'clock this evening in room A, Mem-
orial hall, the freshman members will
amuse their older colleagues with a
program of their own composition.
The exact nature of the perform-
ance has not been divulged, but the
verdant members promise, something
interesting.
Princeton Faculty Likes Conscription
Princeton, N. J., April 30,--Conscrip-
tion is looked on with favor by Prince-
ton's faculty. A resolution approving
it as a means of aiding the success-
ful waging of the international combat
has been adopted by the faculty and
copies were sent to Senator Chamber-
lain and Representative Dent at Wash-
ington.
Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and
sized without injury. Koch & Henne. ft

1753-R.

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