THE MICHIGAN DAILV
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The Sign of Satisfaction
A Newv Spring Arrival
Greatest Thing Out. Prices from $49.00 to $77.00
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Where You Buy Kodaks and Films
Comes black or tan in
Fine imported calf-skin
We easily save you one dollar
on this one
WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP
115 S. MAIN ST.
If its a difficult technical job, see him
S3 WAIV.Ve 8x10 outfit, in April 1890.
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Sunday Evening Luncheon
5:30 P. M. to 8 P. M.
Mandolin Trio Orchestra
Reservations Enable us to give Better Service
Amatuer Finishing of the
And Photographic Supplies
DAINES & NICKELS,
It's Our Work That Counts
CHEMISTS TO TAKE PART
IN ENGINEERING EXHIBIT
Will Show Manufacturing Processes
of Paper, Gas, and Coal
That the part played by the chem-
ical engineering department in the
engineering exhibit to be held in May
will be no mean one, was shown when
the plans of that department were
made public yesterday. Prof. W. L.
Badger, of the chemical engineering
department, who will have charge
of this section of the exhibit said of
their plans: "We will have quite an
equipment of miniature paper making
machinery and we hope to be able
to show ,the whole process from the
conversion of the wood into pulp and
up to the finished sheet.
"Continuous moving pictures will
illustrate various chemical industries
and some phase of gas manufacture
will be represented by a suitable ex-
hibit. Several different types of elec-
trical furnaces will be in actual op-
eration, besides oil-tired tempering,
annealing furnaces, and pottery
In the line of ceramics we expect
to show the complete manufacture
of brick, including the working u!.
of the clay. Plans are also on foot
to illustrate the manufacture of coal
tar dyes and the actual dyeing of tex-
tiles. The paint and varnish indus-
try will be represented, possibly by
the actual manufacture of varnish.
"All the laboratories will be in op-
eration showing both routine and spe-
cial analytical work and research."
Chemical engineers who have sug-
gestions for the exhibit are requested
to hand them in either to Professor
Badger or to C. S. Bloomshield, '16E.t
HARDIKAR ELECTED PRESIDENT1
Popular. Mats.' i'ii Week of
Wdnerdy GARRICK March 6th
in "The Girl Who Smiles"
Shows at 3:oo, 6:3o, 8:oo, 9:30
Fri. March io-Mme. Petrova in "The
Sat., Mar. --Frances Nelson in "Love's
Crucible." Part XVIII. of "The Trip
Around the World" series.
Mon., Mar. 13- Sarah Bernhardt in
" Jeanne Dore."
The Home of Paramount and
Matinees, 2:o, 3:15 Evening, 6:45, y: o
9:15 Saturdays - Holidays Continuous
Thur.-EFr., Mar. 90-Constance Collier
in "The Tongues of Men."
Sat. March i-Willard Mack and Geo.
Fawcett in The Corner (& Triangle
Comedy Matinee only.)
Sun.-Mon.. Mar. 12-13-Marguerite Clark
in "Mice and Men." Evening, i5c.
Cox Sonsand VAing
,?; ' CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS,
for all College Derees
may beordere now from
Penlsylvanin-- According to reports
600 graduates of the University of
Pennsylvania are actively engaged in
the present European war.
Illinois -- Regiat ons concerning
cheating will be read to each class
before every exam inatoin.
Colorado - The student council is
planning a campus day, on which the
whole student body will co-operate in
beautifying thc campus.
hariard--lairvard is to Lae a
course in military medicine. An army
officer wil have Charge of the class.
Harvard--Har ard is to appropriate
$10,000 raised by its alumni and un-
dergraduates to build a swimming
pool in the basement of its Union in-
stead of building a gymnasium.
Stanford-Water polo may become
a regular Varsity sport here this se-
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We have made
FINE PRINTING and
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These In Turn Have Made for Us a Successful Business
THE MAYER-SCHAIRER CO.
112 South Main Street
Hind ii A ssociation Selects Medical
Assistant as Its Head
Dr. Narayan S. Hlardikar, assistant
to Dean Victor C. Vaughan of the med-
ical school, was recentiy chosen presi-
dent of the Hindu Association of
America for the coming year. The
organization is composed of Hindu
students in the United States, Cuba.
Porto Rico, and South America; three
hundred being in this country alone.
Of this number three are at Michigan
Mr. Hardikar is also editor in chief
of the "Hinduathanee Student," a
monthly magazine published at Berke-
ley, California. Through this maga-
zine the society hopes to create a bet-
ter understanding between the peoples
of India and the rest of the world be
interpreting the civilization of the
East to the West and vice versa.
The society is also planning on a
federation of the Hindu societies of
the world, many of them already be-
ing effiliated. The movement is win-
ning the approval of men in every
profession and many prominent men
throughout the country are honorary
members of the association. Among
these 1z Dean V. C. Vaughan.
TELEPHONE COMPANY NEEDS
NEW LONG DISTANCE OPERATOR
3-7:30 and 9 p.m.
T'ie Great Boyle Woolfoik
Musical Stock Co.
with GUY VOYER
Plenty Girls-Catchy Music
Tomorrow-Mat. and Night
""Whose LI ti e Girl
Saurday, March 11
Matince and Night
All- tAar Revival
Pixie: -luder's Internation-
al Me :eal Comedy Triumph
A WATCH OF QUALITY
Convertible 14k Gold Bracelet Watch, fitted with a
high grade 17 jewel movement
It is a watch which will appeal to you
We also have the smallest watch made in America
HALLER JEWELRY COMPANY
STATE STREET JEWELERS
Ann Arbor is growing like a weed,"
stated Manager J. J. Kelly, of the Ann
Arbor exchange of the Michigan State
Telephone company, "and we are in a
manner that will speak well for the
business spirit of the city. Our long
distance business broke all previous
records by a large margin during
practically every month of last year
and a new long istance switchboard
is very necessary."
In the near future; a new switch-
board will be installed, and the com-
pany will hire new toll operators in
order to give the public the best serv-
FIUENCH BEAT BACK GERMAN+
OFENSIVE IN VERI!UN RtEGION
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ate the positions they had regained
and announcement was made tonight
that they now again control practically
the entire area of the wood. Activity
on the part of the French artillery is
noted also in Champagne and in the
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didn't want it in just the way that
you and I ranted. or still want it,
but he wanted it hard enough to goj
after it and to go after it hard."Andj
he did! What's more, he's got it..
This is the story: Being like all
undergraduates, his first idea of how
to get the necessary coin was a let-
ter home. Cost-2 cents. The let-j
ter that came back did not cost his
parents any more, nor give indica-
tion that any money was forthloming
on the proposition.
But he was set on linking up with
the Union for life. So he got a job.
a real job, passing out toasted rolls
and "with or witf out's" from 7:00
o'clock in the evening till 2:00 o'clock
in the morning all last semester. We
think we are dead if we stay up till
1:00 o'clock having a good time. Try
to imagine night after night passing
out food for somebody else and not
getting into the sheets till 2:30
And 0so do not lose hope in Michi-
gan spirit. The next time the Union
calls up for you to help out on a cam-
paign. remember this and take hope.
Old Detroit Resident Dies
Detroit, Mich., Mar. 9.-Mrs. Henry
Plass, wife of -Henry Plass, a former
city assesor, died late Wednesday eve-
ning in a local hospital following an
operation. Born in Michigan 66 years
ago, she has ben almost a lifelong
resident of Detroit and traces her
ancestry by direct descent to Martha
Washington, who was her great-great-
grandmother. Danby was the maiden
name of Mrs. Plass' forebears.
EXPECTS LARGESUMMERSC ML
Dean hraus Beliesves :1trendanee Will
Break All Records
Prof. E. H. Kraus, dean of the surl-
mer session, is of the opinion afl:t
the majority of students are not
aware of the fact that by taking sum-
mer school work they can cut a year
off their requirements for graduation.
In a statement made yesterday he
refuted the prevalent idea that only
teachers and preparatory students en-
roll for the summer session. Fully 50
per cent of those attending summer
school last year were university stu-
dents, he, said. As the wvork is nowv
arranged, students can secure the
requisite number of hours' credit,
for graduation by taking three years'
work plus attending three summer
In view of the fact that the Panama
exposition is closed and since few will
care to go to Europe, Professor Kraus
anticipates a record attendance at
the summer session this year.
Ohio Club to Hold Smoker March I
The Ohio club will hold a get-ac-
quainted smoker at the Union Tues-
day, March 14.
Come on and see our book containing.
all the pictures of the All Nation Re-
vue. Daines & Nickels.
Call Lyndon for good pictures.
TILLEY TO SPEAK AT VESPER
SERVICES THIS AFTERNOON
Prof. Morris Palmer Tilley, of the
English department, will deliver the
first of a series of Friday afternoon
vesper services this afternoon at 4:30
o'clock in St. Andrew's church on the
subject, "The Wyclif Bible." .Profes-
sor Tilley has done considerable re-
search in old and original editions of
the Bible, and he is expected to give
some of the results of his work in his
address this afternoon.
35c, 50c, 75c, Sp
Sac, 75c, $1, $1.50
Je An W. Ransone
Thy OrigInal Hans Wagner
And a Notable Cast
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This will be your last op-
portunity to see this famous
THREE SOCIETIES AGREE TO
FACULTY DANCE REGUIJATION
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made the following statement last
"Owing to the shortness of time al-
lowed for an adequate consideration
of this matter, in all probability the
dance will terminate at the time set by
the ruling of the committee on stu-
. dent affairs. However, it is expected
that a concerted protest, joined in by
WORTH MUST WAIT FOR CASE
Judicial authorities of Washtenaw
county did not honor the. request of
Charles E. Worth, '14, to have a defin-
ite date set for the hearing of his
damage suit, which is slated to be
settled this term of court. It has been
decided that Worth will be obliged to
wait until his case is reached in the
natural course of proceedings.
Worth is suing county and city of-
ficers for $10,000 damages for an al-
leged false imprisonment. The alleged
offense was committed early last fall
at the time of the rush made by mem-
bers of the sophomore class on the
Three Soldiers Perish in Alaska
Fairbanks, Alaska, Mar. 9.-Three
soldiers were killed and two seriously
injured in a fire that destroyed the
main barracks and ammunition houses
at Fort Gibbon, occupied by Company
B. 14th Infantry. The dead are Pri-
vates Herman Lund, Henry Miner and
all of the campus societies, will
from the Rouse of Kuppenheimero n
sale by N. F. Allen A Co., Maia
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made against what many consider a I
** most arbitrary and unexpected ruling."
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Go to your Church Sunday, Mar. 12.. Curtiss B. Willis.