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sSIX THE ICHGFIGAN DAILY
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m y not be the thing th it you are mot, (1,1::,i (us of having
said about you, )ut surely you appreciate tl'-e value of good
appearance.
This is assured in a Malcolin Made Sait, to~gether with the
satisfaction of knowing in your clothes purchase you are show-
ing shrewd judgment, for in Malcolm Tailored Clothes you
get the most for your money.

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-SWAINT Makes the~ best Lantern Slides-plain
P. S. Did you know that first and
713 East Univ. last he has mrade over 25,00 Slids?

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U. S. F ItCIES F1NTIR MEXICO;4
('ABIANZA TROOPS TO ('0.
O P E H AT E W'ITH A'31ERI-.
CANS IN B A Ni1) I UNT
four mountain batteries of the fourth
Infantry, and a Field Hospital Corps.
The aviation corps has motor trans--
ports and can move rapidly. When
its machines are set up and ready for
work it can soon overtake the advance
gujard. A special train )eft here this
afternoon carrying the -automobile
trucks which reached here today and
additional food for the inen taking the
field and those in camp at Columbus.
"The mA rch of American troops from
Columbus began about 11:30 and at
1:00 o'clock when we arrived at Co-
lumbus," said one of the passengers on
an eastbound train, "All we could see
was the last section or the. transport
wagons. One trooper informed me that
the troop movement had .been . a quick
one and that the border had probably
been reached and crossed before the
last wagons were seen in a trail of
dust."
Only 200 or 300 of the infantry men
ha ve kbeen retained to guard C'olunmbus,
but 'other troops are expected to ar-
rive shortly.
jr E X ICAN S S11()'FRIENiSi I P
The more or less tense feeling that
has reigned. recently on the. border
was further relieved tonight by; an-
nouncemont in messages from Quera -
tare, headquarters' of General Car-
ranza, to the effect that the news "of
the settlement by diplomatic means of
any possible. differences 'between the
1.nited States and Mexico over the
C'olumbus incident" had been received
w ith the tolling of the cathedral bell,
miiUsic by military bands, and by the
congregation of .a large part of the
population of the city. On all sides
there exists a spirit of friendship and

719 NO, UNIVER61TY AVE. t
heeYou Buy Kodaks and Film,
Popular Mat. P fllC ( W~ek of
Wednesday ,March 13{
OETROIT
M. E. H. SOTHAER
In "THE TWO VIRTUES"
Sllct's at 3:00, 6:30. 8:00, 9:30
Thurs., -larch 16-Valli Valli in "The
Tm milj ,"'Booth Tarn ingtn's dor-y.
F;ri. Mar 17-Juliuts Steger inl "Blindnless
of Love.'
Sat. Mar. i8-Marc VacDermiott and
Mabel Truiuelle in "The Destroying
Angel." Part XIX of "'hTh rip
9 Around the World" Series.

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Orphieum Theatre
The Rome of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Mati11reS, 2z00,3:15 1E:eni11g, 6:1;5, 8:00
9:15 Sati.rdavs - Hhldays Continuous
1 hritrs- ri. . March 16-17 -- leo Riglev
atnd Wallace Reid in "T f olden
Chance." icEeling* 15c.
Sat. Mfar. 18-W. S. Hart in Between lien
(andl Triangle Comedly, niatiniee only.)
Sunt. Mon. SMar.10.20-lael lDawn, -M
L.ady Itcog.

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you ho-xir good and delicious I'
1 Bt our fri[nC's 11}e pn Lj
S c irnl tbe.:a -sou toil itbzem t
lcss d n fc, - t.us ',s L. thas
7 COCA -CO A Co.,
j Demand the nenuine by f 1l n'n
t-1-'- j nicknames encf'uragcesb i

g ood 'r i11-cought out hby the note frorm
th ;'W;hi o overnmviit and the
.. 7u ..f(..'CS -: ge Ci4a th:at the cr-isP.
is past.
rI~e rtur o th eoz c4 all teia
A'zana .(. [iiorler exico,
a:, ed to the.Imi tat the cri l w ak
oaVer betwen . UiedS a~ad the
Carrail-,a :~ unicr ujr -cz hur-
ried to Juai', l'u% j ollowing
the newvs front as iwtn tat Amer-,
izean troops r-C oinad exico to
Attempt tocatr iia
El1 Paso, it was announedltonight,
rill be thne site of one of the. training
campls for r e,roil ing; authorized by
the measure passedl )n (ongress today.
It is understood that pians will be
made immriedial ~ely to train a large
number of recruits and civilians here.
Although C rranz a officials assert.
that there is no danger to Americans
in Mexico, citizens of this country con-
jinuie to come to the border on every
axrilable train. The Americans are
hnavig iii accordance with advises to
UuidStates Consul Williams, who
I;<turned0c the Anerican consulate
noF er to the Briti sh vice-pconl7.
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Formal Openn Displays of
the 1916 Spring Millinery,
Suits, Gowns, and other outer
Apparel are Announced for
Thursday, Friday and Satur-
day, arch Sixteenth, Seven-
teenth and Eighteenth in 'the
Sedond Floor Salons. Uni ver-.
sity women ate especially in-
vited to view the extraordi-
nary collections¢

t:ilffig sitations assisted him in
p inviug- a i irult role and playing it'
Groier and Sikes Additional Features
Frank W. Gro-'er as "Auburnia," was
consistently good throughout, though
at timhes indifferent support detracted
* rcem the e ertiveness or an excellent
role.
No higher conmnendation can be
given "Hawkins," the butler, in the
person of J. S. Kasberger, than to
apply to this acting the term "true
professional air."
The singing of Chase B. Sipes was
appreciatively received, and he showed
a" sympathy with his part that was
effective i every instance.
Grant L. Ccok, as "Mrs. Gregg," Alor-
risenh Wood, as "Jimmy Dale," E. E.
1blaNwkes, Jr., as "Billy Swift," all do--
serve mhention, as well as Earl Par-
c ee as "Fan," Joseph Palma as "Kitty,"
anni Leon-Cunningham as "Spiffins, a
Real Poet."
The mutsic of the opera was well
iC~(eivOe. "Out in My Old Town Canoe"
featugring Grover, and "Men of the
Matize and Blue" by Carlson and chor-
us, were Vhe song "hits" of the eve-
mung. The Troubadour Trio playing
pith thle Concert Quartet was greeted
c:-Aith generous applause. A striking
number was "That Rollicking Michigan

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S t rd a n n e " T s . S U N D A Y T h 0da B ara x
JUN iOR tLIITS AM) l:'REIl l {
T") '10NTE1:N 1) FOILRELAY rITLEri
As a result of. the semi-final round
of the interclass relays run yesterday
afternoeon, the juI nior engineers were
dropped from the tournament, their
t?,n being the slowest of the four
tealsewhichran. The J-its' former
l'eecrdl of one minute, 50 4-5 seconds
was allowed to stand.
Ini the first _race, the fresh lits took
the lead over the senior engineers at-
Lhe start and steadily increased it ui-
Jila: the finish a 30-yard gap showed
betwveen them and their opponents.
The last race, between the pharmics
anid the junior engineers, was a close
fig-ht until the last lap when Sayles,
the pharmnic anchor man, ran away
from Kauffman.
Next Wednesday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock the finals will be run off, the
fresh lits stacking up against the
junior hits for the championship and
the pharmics and senior engineers
battling for third place.
PR1OF. P. S. LOVEJOY D)ELEGATE
At the nmeeting of the Public Domain
Commission, which was held in Lans-
ing last Monday and T'uesday, Profes-
sor Lovejoy of the forestry department
gave an address on "The Need of a
Definite Policy in the State Forestry
Work." He outlined the need of such
a step and told what was expected in
the forestry work throughout the state.
Freda Eygineers Ifear Prof. Fishleigh
That automobile engineering is at
present a field presenting greater pos-
sibilities than other engineering fields.
was brought out in a speech by Prof.
T. F ishzleigh, of the mechanical engi-
neering department, at the fresh engi-

Spring Hats Ready
DTI.EN : Your last> w-aso 's hat r:1lalck~d ini-
In; I i i s brim w t ww 1 an, mill
i F' a,N' t7u _ a d sav . ou1 _ or i"3
LhAl )1 E: eu-hcki lans, iI C',
ai' anun1,; , ouoe tR hps. ''e
FACTORY HAT QStORE
N-ir _'llenel Hotel 118lE. 1Huron 1St.
rn ~THIS FAMVOUS
r Cox Sons and Vining
~ 'CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
for all College Dg rees
- may be ordered now from
ELECTS SN ;V S EWMEMBRS
Aristolochites, honorary pharmaceu-
tical society, has elected the following
mien to membership: J. I. Milner, '17P,
I-I. F. Millman, '17P, W. R. Reveno~
'17P, H. W. Wickett, '17P, L. Atkinson,
'1'P, and D. Cross, '17P~. The initia-
tion wvill be held on March 28.
(Grp d 1,ite Student Btit rued by Ammhlonia
WVhile trying to remove thec stopper
from a bottle containing amm -onia1
F. E. Ford, grad., was seriously burn-
-ed about the face when "the cont.ents
of the bottle exploded. Ford wvas
taken from the chemistry laboratories
where he wvas at work, to the Health
Service and after an examination by
D~r. C. TP. Drury, was refer red toth
Unierity hspital for fthijer treati-
mi 2,t.

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Trot," by Grover- and a selected chiorus.

veer assembly yesterday.
Pa tronize -D~ally Advertizers.

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Call Lyndon for -a good flashlight.
After the Opera Friday evening.

patroilhe . , I - I I r, i,. L'T"'s.

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