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THE MICHIGAN
It's Here

DAILY

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TAILORGRAM NO. 2
"The Best Dressed Man nTown"
may not be the thing that you are most desirous of having.
said about you, but surely you appreciate the value of good,
appearance.,
This is assured in a Malcolm Made Suit, together with the
satisfaction of knowing in your clothes purchase you are !how-
ing shrewd judgment, for in Malcolm Tailored Clothes you
get the most for your money.

The New 3A Special with the
NEW RANGE FINDER
Greatest Thing Out. Prices from $49.00 to $77.00

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Where You Buy Kodaks and Films

MAJESTC
3-7:30 and 9 p m.
The Great Boyle Woolltk
Musical Stock Co.,
with GUY VOYER
Last time tonight
"WHOSE ,LITTLE
GIRL ARE YOU"
A Farce with music
Sunday
"The Fourth Estate"

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Photographical Expert
If its a difficult technical job, see him
about it.
P: S. He began to use a camera, an
8x10 outfit, in April 1890.

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.Kuppenkimer
Spring Style

PRESIDENT ORDERSA3ERICAN
TROOPS INTO MEXICO TO CAP-
TURE VILLA; 1'AY BE BEGIN-
NI G OF GENERAL INTERVEN-
TION,'SPITE WILSON'S EFFORTS
(Continued from Page One)
can cavalry to capture Villa.
Disposition of the troops of the first
chief in the state of Chihuahua and
Sonora In the last twenty-four hours
show that a concerted effort is being
made to corner the bandit chieftain in
northwestern Chihuahua.
General Calles at Agua Prieta said
he had disposed his forces along the
railroad from Nacozari to guard the
mountain passes through which Villa
and his forces might be expected to
pass westward into Sonora. About 200
mounted men have been moved east-
ward from Agua Prieta, aiming to se-
cure that side of the trap which is be-
ing laid to capture the outlaw chief-
tain in the east.
"ACTION NECESSARY"-LANSING
Washington, Mar. 10.-It was learned
tonight in an authoritative quarter
that Secretary Lansing in his con-
Terence this afternoon with Ambassa-
dor Designate Arredondo asked that
word be sent to Carranza that the ac-
tion that had been taken was necessary
in the circumstances and that if the
President had failed to send an ex-
pedition into Mexico, conditions would
have forced igtervention.
CARRANZA REFUSES TO TALK
Mexico City, Mar. 10.-General Car-
ranza refuses to make a statement re-
garding the situation caused by the
raid on Columbus, New Mexico. A
strict censorship has been established
and the newspapers here are printing
nothing of the raid.

Sat., Mar. i-Frances Nelson in "Love's
Crucible." Part XVIII. of"The Trip
Around the World" series.
Mon., Mar. 13-Sarah Bernhardt in
"Jeanne Dore."
Tues. Mar. 14-Margarita Fischer in
"The Dragon."
Orpheum Theatre
The Horn.o f Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees, 2:oo, 3:15 Evening, 6:45, 8:oo
9:15 Saturdays- Holidays Continuous
Sat. March ii-Willard Mack and Geo.
Fawcett in The Corner (& Triangle
Comedy Matinee only.)
Sun.-Mon.. Mar. 12-13-Marguerite Clark
in "Mice and Men." Evening, x5c.
Tues -Mar.x4-Helen Ware in Cross
Currents and Weber & Fields in Worst
of Friends. Evening xsc
on arr rnrpitai a. nri14Trnn+

Shows at 3:00. ,6:30, 8:00, 9:3

Popuar Mats. ADDICK Week of
Wetieady I~fl i IiI~ March 6th
DETROIT
Eva Tanguay,
In "The Girl Who Smiles"
ARCADE

Spring Hats Ready
Flat Brims the Latest
We have a large stock in all the new
shapes and colors. Get your Spring hat
of us. We make hats. shape them to
your head and give you unequalled
service.
We Do All Kinds of Hat Work
Men: Your last season's hat relocked
into the new flat brim with a new band,
will please you and save you $2 or $3
Ladies: We reblock Milans, Hemps,
Panamas, etc., into the new Shapes.
They will please you.
Factory Hat Store
Near Allenel Hotel 118 E. Huron St.
THE FAMOUS
Cox Sons and Vining
=A CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
for all College Degrees
maybe ordered now from

Matinee:
Night':

PRICE9
35C, S5c,.e75c, S
S0C, 75C, $1, $1.50

AD DITIONAL SPORT
ANNOUNCE DATES FOR
ANNUAL INDOOR MEETS-

A
Saturday, March 11
Matinee and Night
All-Star Revival
The Prince
of Plsen
Pixley-uder' Internation-
al Musical Comedy Triumph
-With-
John W. Ransone
The Original Hans " agner
And a Notable Cast
company o f62
Pilsen Special
Orchestra
This will be your last op-
portunity to see this famous
Musical Show.

Schieduled

fDub Track Clashes
for 18th and 25th

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narrow lapel running up to a
point instead of notched in.
The coat is a trifle longer but
snu g-fitting. This is the single
breasted Lenox, one of the most
popular Spring
SKuppenheimer Styles
This and other equally
attractive models have just ar-
rived in Ann Arbor to hurry
Spring along.
We advise you to come in
now and get first pick from the large assortment.
of patterns these clothes come in. Priced at
$20 to $30.
NA F. Allen Co.
Main Street

PRES. FROST LECTURES
HERE TOMORROW NIGHT
(Continued from Page One)
toms of the pre-revolutionary colonies.
He will describe the life of these peo-
ple and show the avidity with which
they accept education.
Many of these mountaineers are
extremely brilliant men despite the ilack
they have felt for education, and it is
to supply this that Berea college was
founded. Tl work which this school
is doing is principally of a technical
nature, while the American language
of today is being taught, since the in-
habitants of this hitherto unknown
part of the country speak the dialect
of 1775.
WJI. L BRYA N TO GIVE LEC-
TURE IN HILL XUDITORIIh
(Continued from Page One
distributed at the "Y" today.
At 6:00 o'clock a banquet will be
held in Newberry hall for the ofti-
cial boards of the "Y" and the Y: W.
C. A. at which Mr. Bryan will speak.
He arrives in Ann Arbor at 2:42
from South Bend, Ind., and will be
met at the train by a committee com-
posed of Postmaster Horatio Abbott,
Professor Trueblood, Principal W. M.
Aiken of the Ann Arbor high. school,:
Judge Victor H. Lane and John R.
Kneebone, representing the "Y".
No tickets will be reserved after the
'beginning the lecture. Seats on the
main floor are to be sold for 25 cents
each to students and city residents.
The first and second balconies are re-
served for the use of undergraduates.
and free tickets can be secured today
at the Y. M. C, A. head quarters.
Among the activities directed by the
"Y" in the concentration prison camps
of Europe, perhaps those which afford
an opportunity for the inmates to work
at crafts are the most important. Next

WORK GOING ON IN PREPAIRA-
Hol::4e of Representatives Chloee Men TtON FOR MID-WEST DEBATE
to Meet Alpha Nu in April
Work is going forv:a: rapidly i a
Try-outs for the freshman debate preparation for the mnid-west Uoh:
held in the Adelphi House of Repre- which will be held here Friday night,
sentatives last night resulted 'in the March 31, and according to present in-
following men being selected: Morris dications, Michigan will be represented
Cohen, '19, Raymond Adrianse, '19, and by a strong team on that occasion.
Paul E. Cholette, '19. David R. Hertz, This is the second season of the
'19, was selected as alternate. new Mid-West Debating league series,
This team will meet the freshman which was organized two years ago
team from Alpha Nig in a contest for between the universities of Michigan,,
the Delta Sigma Rho cup to be held
some time in the latter part of April. Wisconsin, and Illinois Ina trian-
se - -- gular meet of this kind, it is the cus-
EXPECT 15,000 To ATTEND tom for each university to prepare a
DETROIT MEDICAL CON4 iNTION negative and an affirmative team which
meets its respective opponent accord-
Detroit, Mar. 10.-Fifteen , hcusand ing to an arranged schedule.
visitors are expected during the ses- I-asL year considerable interest was
sions of the American Medical associa- aroused uccause of the fact that the
tion convention, which will be held jro'essors of oratory at both Wiscon-
June 12-15. Eight-thousand registra- s and Illinois were old Michiga.n:
tions are expected and more than 400E men and had received degrees urnder,
doctors have asked for garage accom- Professor Trueblood, of the oratory de-
modation already. artment.
Affiliated organizations that will
meet here at same time are: Ameri-
can Academy of Medicine. American VAUGHAN WRITES ARTICLE
Protologic society, American Thera- FOR LADIES' :HOME JOURNAL
peutic society, American Castrologic'---
society and the American Association "How to Handle the College Boy"
of Medical Editors, representi'tg more i; the subject of an article in the March
than 200 periodicals. United States issue of the Ladies' Home Journal,
pensions examiners will me ;t here written by Dean Victor- C. Vaughan, of
also and 400 exhibitors of medical the Medical school.
books and supplies have apl ied for Iean Vaughan relates
space. In this article

Resplectively
The two annual indoor track meets
of the intramural department, the in-
terclass meet and the "Dub" meet,
have been announced for March 18
and 25 respectively. These events
have : ..A successful in the past and
a 'a"' entry 1';t is expected.
The intercass meet, to be held next
Saturday, will take the form of a reg-
ular track meet, comprising the usual
events. Numerals will be awarded the
winners in each event. Members of
the Varsity track squad .are barred
from competition.
The "Dub" meet, due to come off two
wieks Jrom today, will give every
Michigan mai a chance to blossom out
as an athlete. it is a contest primarily
for the dubs, for t'le men who can't
jump higher than 2 feet 6 inches, and
who run the hung 'ed in 22 fiat. Be-
sides the regular track stunts, there
will be special (vents, such as ch-in
ning, dipping, standing high jump and
~nt.ni broad jump. The prizes will
a~~of crean'. puffs, candy, peanuts,
and other gastronomic joys, but their
KsL h -tion -;111b e kept a deep, dark
secret until after the meet. Thus a
riman finishir;; last in his event may be
a warded fix ,t prize, and the winner
may land the booby prize.
Utah to ( mpete in llaOketball Series
Chicag', Ill., Mar. 10.-Illinois Ath-
letic cl ) officials received word yes-
terday 'iat Coach Nelson Norgren and
his Ut h JUniversity basket-heavers
would leave their western home soon
for ti 's city to compete in the National
A. 1%. U. basketball championship,
which is to be staged at the I. A. C.
anK the First Regiment armory, March
15. 16 and 17. Norgren is .a former
Maroon athletic star.
Go to your church Sunday,,Mar. 12.

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To Give Dance at Union March 31
A dance, with music furnished by
Shook's J-Hop orchestra, will be given
at the Union Friday evening, March
31. Dancing will be from 9:00 to.2:00
o'clock.
Go to your Church Sunday, Mar. 12.

his experiences during many yearn in
handling young men in college and he
makes use of many stories and anec-
dotes to demonstrate his ideas. Dean
Vaughan says in concluding his article
that the more the average student is
trusted, the harder he will ,try to make
himself worthy of the trust that is
placed in him.

NEW JOURNALISM PROFESSOR INQUIRE INTO COAL INDUSTRY

If We May Quote The Daily-

L. A. White to Take Place of Bryson
During Sumniner Session
Lee A. White, '10, assistant profes-
sor of journalism in the University oj'
Washington, has been secured to
teach the courses in journalism during
the summer session of the university.
Professor White was managing editor
of The Michigan Daily in 1910-11. 1
The attempt to secure Professor
White was made after Mr. Lyman
Bryson, of the rhetoric department,
who had already agreed to teach the
summer courses in newspaper writ-
ing, handed in his resignation, asking
that he be allowed to take a rest from
work this coming summer. The res-
ignation was accepted and Professor
White was secured in Mr. Bryson's
stead.
The Michigan Daily for the rest of
the year, $1.00. **

Trade Commission to Investigate Evils
That Affect Miners
Washington, Mar. 10.-A sweeping
inquiry into the bituminous coal in-
dustry of the United States is about
to be undertaken by the federal trade
commission.
Officials state that the object of the
inquiry is to eliminate evils that ad-
versely affect miners; to pave the way
for laws that may be helpful to oper-
ators, and to affect changes that may
result in benefits to consumers.

comes the opportunity offered for edu-
cational adva;nce, while the Bible cIass-
es, choirs, orchestras, concerts and
even newspapers, aid in keeping up
the men's spirits within the confines
of the concentration camps.
Bulgars Release Red Cross i'hysician
Boston, March 10.-Dr. Henry S.
Forbes, of this city, who was captured
by Bulgarians while engaged in Red
Cross work in Serbia, is returning

"Billiard halls in Ann Arbor are not.
the dens of iniquity that they are giv-
en credit for. The game itself. is es-
sentially that of a gentleman. It is
the -environment that has always
come in for the adverse criticism. In
Ann Arbor's billiard parlors we as-
sociate with the same men that we
meet in class and at smokers and
dances."

home.
Edwin Denby Elheted lBoard Presidelt
Edwin Denby, of Detroit, brother of Go to your church Sunday,, Mar. 12.
Charles Denby, who delivered a lec- ----- ---
ture here Friday evening, was elected Craftsman meeting tonight, at 7:30
president of the Detroit Board of Com-
merce at a meeting of the board of TPn cents rents a good Eastman ko-
directors of that organization on dak, any size you want. Lyndon's 719
Wednesday of this week. N. University.

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