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IX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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5:30 P. M. to8 P. M#

SPECIAL FEATURE
Mandolin Trio Orchestra
Reservatons Enable us to give Better Service

Next t he- play itself theXpic-.
t uresof "The All Nat ion Revue"
made by Damnies & Nickels are
up andsee them.l
May Festfival Reserved 1
'Seat Tickets

THREE U03S5 EXPEITIONS
CHASE MEXICAN BANIT
Review of Week's W1ar-Sovs De.
reatie in Force of Ceran On-
slauglt; Russians Cain
Three expeditions of United States
soldiers have entered Mexico in pur-
suit cf Villa, and with the aid of two
or three armies of Carrazistas the
famous bandit is supposed to be prac-
tically hemmed in. Several skirm-
ishes have been unofficially reported
considerably south of Casas Grandes
which the American troops have now
left behind.
In the Verdun region, the German
drive has considerably diminished in
effectiveness and has shifted to new
points to the west of the Meuse river.
The lFrench report that they have re-
gained some of the territory lost a
short time ago to the Germans.
The mast week has also been re-
marlable for what was 'probably the
greatest air raid of the war. oThis
feat, was accomplished against the
Germans intrenched in the port of
Zeebrugge. The Germans report
having brought down several French
and British planes.
Russians report still further gins
in the Turkish fronts, especially in
jthe capture of many Turks who seem
to prefer capture by the Russians to
protracted fighting for the Porte.
MEET IN NEWL YORK TO'
ISCUSS COMMUNITY MOVE
Niational Conference Planis to D)isuss'
Problems of Work in Cities and 1
Rural lDistricts
A National Conference on Commun-
ity Centers and Related Problems has
been called by workers in the Com-
munity 'movement, living in various
parts of the United States, to meet in
New York City from April 19 to 22.
The plan is to discuss thoroughly
certain problems in the work in cities
and rural districts.
It is probable that no contemporary
social movement has developed more
rapidly, or taken on a greater diver-
sity of forms, than the Community
Centex movement has in the last four
years. Though it_ is localized, the
wider use of school buildings and
public properties, it reaches into vari-
ous fields of co-operative action and
social service.
The main divisions of the con-
ference will include: The financial
support of community center work;
the relation of the work to recreation,
immigration and public health; the de-
mands of community center work in
the city plan; and co-operative art
and the application of art forms to ru-
ral life, in such forms as dramas and
community orchestras.
The extensive list of workers who
have called the conference includes
such names as John Dewey, of Colum-
bia university; Raymond B. Fosdick,
Board of Education, New York City;
Luther H. Gulick, M. D., president of
the Camp Fire Girls of America, and
Miss Margaret Woodrow Wilson.
The Mlichigaur Baly for Hie rest of
the yeatr, $1.00. **

219 NO. UNIVERSITY AVF. 1
Where Youi Buy Kodaks and Films I
Popular Mkats. GAnn I li Week of
Wednesday b hIb[ chfl
and Saturday Bh20
LOUIS - DETROIT
In "THE BUBBLE"
ACAD
Shows a-, l'o. 6:o :oo, 9:30
Wed. Mar. 22-MOllie King in "A
Womn'is Power."
TIhurs., Mar. 23 -Marguerite Siow and
Paul Gi more in "'Rosemary.''
Friday, Mar. 2.1.-Mar' Miles Minter in
"Lovely Mary."
Orpheum Theatrei
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees, 2:0, 3:5 EVening, 6:45, 8:0
9:15 Saturdays -Holidays Continuous
Wed. Mar. 22-Mr. Charles Richman in
!atte Cry of Peace (Reboote).
Matinees, 2 and 4 vening, 7 and , ?c.
Thurs -Nri. Mar 23-13-Banh Sweet in
"Ragamuffin.'
Saturday, Mar. 2-W. S. Hfart in "Tie
Iisciple" (and 'Iriange Comedy-
Matinee ony .
Spring Hats Ready f
FLAT hR IMS HL' V LTST
WCe have a !urge stock i all te new sii4e
anid colors. Get yor spring hat of us. K
sake hats. lhae themllIto arheaI:andilgive
yoo unequialled srceXl'.
WE 1)O ALL KI.NI)S OF IAr WORK
- AIEiN : 'our last sa~n's hat rehockad a-
to the new flt brim with a new bag. will
l)1e'Se \you and sae you $2 r$3
LADIES; We rehDlck Milans. Ii v-ps,
FACTORY HAT STORE
Near Alleuel hoel iS E. Huro n S.
Cx Sons and Vining
7 CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
-Ifor all college Degrees
~- may be ordered now from
(Spring Fisher Party
MichganUnion
March 24 ]dancing' 9-2
Fishers orchestra of Kalamazoo
For tickets call 236 or 2370
EASTERNER HAS IT ON VENUS
New York %Girl etsrea I'Up oe
Perfectly Than the Marble Lady
New York, Mar. 21.-Venus, who,
over the centuries has been regarded
the very last word in the proper form
for women, can now step down from
her pedestal, put her stumpy arms
down to her sides and fade away.
The tapeline has found something
better. The new standard of perfec-
tion is Miss Irene Kalynack of Crast-
Woo0 Park. Miss Kelynack and
Venue measure up exactly equal in all
but height and weight, and there
the difference is in favor of the 2th
century maid, observers say.
Veri us, five feet four and nine-
tenths, and a trifle "beefy" at 132 2-10
wounds, yields to Miss Kelynack at
five feet, three and eight-tents inches
_n ' '2 > p o u n d s.
('ANVAS SHOWS PHARMACY
OFFERS BIG OPPORTUNITY

A ecording to tie authorities of the
college of pharmacy, never before have
the opporti nities in pharmaceutical
vocations bc^n so great and success
so cr'rtail, as at presenit. A recent
canvass of the graduates of the col-
lege of l-armacy shows a great num-
ber in a variety of responsible posi-
tions in all parts of the United States
szrtCi many foreign countries.
Among tihe many vocations listed
appear p~roprietors of pharmacies,
prescription clerks, manufacturing
S:a s, s and chemists, managers
of large retail drug houses, dispensers
andl imafaturers of medicinal prod-
ucipharmacists in hospitals connect-i
eel wit tunyversities, municipalities, the
:",ti p-aer army and navy; public
uia-'s: actchemists, teachers in
colege ofpharmacy, editors of phar-.
n 'u~tel journals and numerous
other liunsof activity.
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On and after Moniday, Mar. 27...$6 goo
Saturday. April r................ $ 5 S
On and afte~r Monday. Apr. 3 .....$5.00
Thursday, April 6.... ........... $4 50
On and after, Friday, Apr 7.......4.00

On Saturday and Monday, March. 25 and 27; on Sate-
urday and Monday, April i and 3 and on Thursday and.
Friday,' April 6 and 7 the sales will take place at the ticket
window is Hill Auditorium.. On intervening and following
days tickets will be on sale at t~e (University. School of Music.
Persons having pre-festival cover coupons for exchange
please deduct $3-00 from above price3.
Sales begin at RIGHT o'clock in the morning.
The Mic igan Daily for the rest of Patronize Michigan Daily Advertiz-
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We are showing a magnificent line of
Spring woolens at $18, $20, $22, and $25
made to your .order.

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conIlIIneq i the cotio~us wad ntIU present in order that the vote taken
been discharged. at-,hat time may represent the ma-
Howard M. Lumsden, '19, who was jorit T opinion.
injured in the railroad accidlent of _____f______
some time ago, has left the hospital. ' TciixiIi il- for ti,.heret (of
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hospital with measles. Patronize Daily Adv-ertizers. *4

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