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TO THE AMATEUR FOR WHOM
WE DEVELOP, THE FIRST SNAP-
SHOT OF A 1915 ROBIN IN ANN
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A91Ps ADERWL
1a sachusetts Congressman to Del her
Lecture Here, March 15
on Army and Navy
Sol AORTh W AR R EPARATIONS
"it is my intention to emphasize the
difference between being prepared for
war, and being prepared against war..
The above statement was made in a
letter received here from Congressman
A. P. Gardner of Massachusetts, who
"s to lecture at the Whitney theater on,
"Safety First-How About Our Army
ant Navy?", on March 15.
The same Anglo-Saxon fighting in-
,tinct which in his youth won him a
ilace on the world championship polo
team of the Myopia Hunt club, now
fnds him, pitted against opposition in
Congress, exposing the alleged unpre-
paredness of the country foi war. He
is a red-blooded sportsman, himself,
outside of being an enthusiastic ad-
mrer and follower of all sports. De-
spite his age, he engages in pony polo
and horseback riding with all the vig-
or and dexterity of a man in the prime
of youth. He is also fond of golf.
This active man is also a farmer.
Mr. Gardner himself has direct super-
vision of a large acreage near Apple-
ville, Va., where he breeds choice live
stock, including thoroughbred Jersey
cow*. Often at week ends, when the
capital is ablaze with social life, Mr.
Gardner quietly steal; away to seek
a day or two of peaceful life on his
farm, far away from ihe debates of
Congress.
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Reserve your seats now for the
"Washington's Birthday" matinee at
the Mlajcstc-Special Feature . act
deorge Primrose and his Minstrels in
a 30 minute minstrel first part, also
four other acts of good vaudeville. As
this day is a holiday night prices will
prevail.

NO LOSS BY FIRE
1AMHl UO a EWLE ATtts.
V E
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UNION SE IET
inS a L
H AR NEVERsMD5 ARABB
Dr. )rhx lleller of Tulane University'
Speaks in Hill Auditorinun
at 7:010 O'clock '
TEMPLE BETH EL CHOIR TO SlG
What will probably be one' of the
most interesting of the entire series
of union services that are being held
in hill auditorium this year by the
various religious organizations of the
city, will be the service in charge of the
Jewish Student Congregation tonight
at 7:00 o'clock. The speaker of the ev-
ening will be Rabbi Max Heller, pro-
fessor of Seinitics in Tulane universi-
ty, and the Jewish ritual service will
be read by Rabbi Leo M. Franklin of
Detroi.
1)r. Heller who has been jrroriinent
in the Jewish educational life of the
United States will speak on the subject.
"Moral Courage in Its Bearing upon
Modern American Conditions," and his
subject will be of general interest to
the student body of this university on
account of his close association with
student life and its problems.
The music for the service will be
rendered by the choir of Temple Beth
El of Detroit, under the direction of
William Howland, former head of the
vocal department of the universityl

F. L. HALL, 514 E.WillianI
Phone 22258
] Goods Called For
PKLES QINw find Delivered

school of music. The musical program
will include choral responses such as
are used in the synagogue.
The public is cordially invited to at-
tend the service, and the majority of
the local churches will dispense with
their regular evening service.
Change Loetion of Musenm Collection
Under the direction of tl-en museum
authorities, the bird and mammal col-
lection, formerly on the fourth tfoor
of the museum has been transferred
fo the third floor, and now occupies
the space that was previously taken
up by the Stearns collection of musi-
cal instruments. The new location
gives this collection more space, mak-
ing it available for class work.
Expect Professor Hussey l me Soon
Professor W. J. liussey, of the as-
tronomy department, sailed from La
Plata, South America, for the United
States on January 28, and is expected
to arrive in Ann Arobr within a few
days, as he was due in New York yes-
terday. Professor Hussey has been in
South America for the last six months
as director of -the University of La
Plata, carrying out the co-operative
plan between the two universities. He
had intended to sail for home on Jan-
uary 10 but was held up on account of
.the cancellation of steamships sailings
caused by the war. Mrs. Husgey and
Rowland Hussey are returning also.
BASKETBALL RAVE
TO BEGIN rTESDAY]
(Continued from Page 1)
past week, and should serve as anoth-
er severe test for the seniors of their

college. The fresh lit squad is made
up of the following: A. Boyd, R. Brown,
K. Case, R. Drummond, F. Gariepy, R.
Kerr, G. Matteson, F. Miller, A. Nath-
ans, R. Walls and R. Wilson.
There will be no practice held on
Monday night, but on each of the other
nights in the week, those teams may
practice that are to play on the suc-
ceeding night.
SOPhOMORES BEST
FRESH CONTENDERS
(Continued from Page 1)
Scofleld (F), second. Time 4 2-5 sec.
Semi-final : O'Brien qualified. Time:
4 2-5 sec.
Finals: O'Brien (S), first; Kratzsch7
mar (F), second; Al Robinson (F),
third. Time: 4 1-5 sec.
4 1-5 sec.
Shot put-Cross (S), first; Smith
(F), second; Leach, (S), third. Dis-
tance: 41 ft. 1-2 in.
880-yard run-Burby (S), first; M.
G. Robinson (S), second; Shadford
(F), third. Time: 2 min. 6 1-5 see.
Pole vault-Wilson (S), first; Clark
(F) and Kessler (S), tied for second.
IHeight: 12 feet. (New Michigan rec-
ord).
440-yard dash-Al. Robinson (F),
first; Huntington (S), second; Fon-
tana (S), third. Time: 53 4-5 sec.
Mile run-Grauman (S), first; Gal-
loway (F), second; Cherry (F), third.
Time: 4 min. 42 2-5 sec.
40-yard high hurdles-Corbin (S.),
first; Wilson (S), second; Fischer (F),
thifd. Time: 5 4-5 sec.
High jump-Waterbury (S), Corbin
(S) and Simons (F), tied 'for first.
Height: 5 ft. 6 in.
Result: Sophomores 49; Freshmen
23.

C. I. KIDO ---Sophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave
603 E. William St.
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