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March 30, 1916 - Image 6

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PACE SIX

PuITHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Are You Prepared For.
Spring Vacation?

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

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May Festival Tickets

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BLOCK "B"

Will be Placed
On' Sale at

You are a Michigan Man with

LYNDON'S

Michigan Tastes.
Live up to old Tra
Go home with a M
and make your old
Home tailor look a

With one
Spring 0
Crowd fo
Get at th
College L
To stay
We have
Man war

ditions!
ditions!SAME FACULTY MEN TO
[alcolm suit
/ KEEP PLACES ON BOARD,
t you twice
University Senate Nnominates Four
Men for Positions on :oard in
Control of Athletics
By action of the Tniversity Senate
at its meeting a week ago Tuesday
the four men who have represented
of IMlalcolm's the faculty on the Board in Control of
ts the Athletics since their election last fall
)vercoats-hewill be reinstated at the next elec-
Ilows you tion, these men being the only ones
nominated for the four positions at
e head of the the time of the meeting.
Prof. R. W. Aigler, Prof. W. Fish-
ine and its easy leigh, Prof. L. M. Gram, and Prof. Reu-
ben Peterson are the men who were
there nominated, it being thought that
everything a since they had but recently come into
office and had just started on their
its business they should be reinstated,
EDUCATORS TO HOLD BANQUET
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Interesting Speeches Predicted for
Club Dinner This Evening
Shirts The Educational Club of the Uni-
Mo IY UJto versity will hold a banquet this eve-
Oder ning at 5:30 o'clock in the Baptist
church. Vice-president Kinney, '16M,
will act as toastmaster, and Presi-
ining adstisementr ndent Allen, '16. will give the speech
ing class last semester. of welcome.
. Superintendents Lewis of Port Hu-
Expert Developing and Print- ron and Knapp of Highland Park, and
ing for Students and Others rincipal Aiken of the Ann Arbor high
______for__Students___and__Others,___ school will speak. The fee of 75 cents.
P. S.- He uses the grade and kind per plate will be charged, and all men
(Velox, Cyko, Etc.) of paper he thinks who are interested in the education-
best suited to any given negative. al department, whether members of

719 NO, UNIVERSITY dAVE.
Where You Buy Kodaks and Films
Popular Mats.G -RC Week of
Daily March 27th
DETROIT
The World's Greatest Entertainer
Harry Lauder
ARCADE

Hill Auditorium

Saturday Morning

April 1
at 8:00 a.m.

$2.50 each if Pre-festival cover coupon is ex-
changed-otherwise $5.50.

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

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Thu. Mar. 30-Emily Stevens in "The
House of Tears." f
Fri., Mar. 3i-Mabel Taliaferro in"Her
Great ,Price."
Sat. z-Maude Fealy in "Boidwonen."
Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplay.
Matinees,2s:oo, 3:15 Evening, 6:45, 8:00
9:15 Saturdays-Holidays Continuous
Thurs.-Fri,-Pauline Frederick in "The
Spider" also ist Installment of the
Burton Holmes Travelogue series.
Sat,-Henry Woodruff and Tsuru Aoki
in -"TheBeckoning Flame" also Tri-
angle Comedy, "A modern Enoch
Arden" Evening 15c

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Beginning Monday, April 3, as long as they
last, they will remain on sale at the University
School of Music at $2 and* $5 each, respectively.

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MA JEST CMATINE ES, 2:30 p. m.
MAJESTIC "NIGHTS, - 8:15 p. m.
MARGUERITE FIELDS
AND HER SUPERB COMPANY

Sport Coat

MATINEE ONLY

IBSEN'S GREAT' PLAY
"A DOLLS HOUSE"

Dress
Suits or OKai
for
Hire
This is the prize w
by advertisi
S wain
713*!IE. Universty

Spri ng Hats Ready
FLAT BRIMS THE LATEST
e have a large stock in all the new shapes
,end colors. Get your Spring hat of us. We
make hats. shape them to your head and give
ou unequalled serFice.
WE DO ALL KINDS OFII AT WVORK
Al+N : Yomr last season's hat reblocked in-
to the new flat brimu with a new hand, will
(,lease you and save you $2 or $3.
LADIES: We reblock Milans, IHemps,
[anaias, etc., into the new Shapes. They
will1 please you.
FACTORY HAT STORE
Near Allenel hotel itS E. 1-luron St.
THE FAMOUS
' ox Sons and Vining
GAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS
for all College Degrees
.' t..may be ordered now from

TONIGHT
ONLY

"REEN STOCKINGS"

FRI. MAT., LADIES ONLY ADMITTED, "WIFE OR AFFINITY?"

Get Seats Today If You Want To Get IN

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It's Fun whcn ou can get
tobe
Thirsts
There's the fun of quenching the thirst
t -and the deliciousness of the thirst
quencher to give you double pleasure.
But you don't even have to be thirsty
to enjoy Coca-Cola-it's a treat.what
ever your reason for drinking it.
Demand the genuine by full name-
ichnames encourage substitution.
STHE COCA-COLA CO.
Atlanta, Ga.

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the club or not, are invited to attend
the banquet.
The next regular meeting of the
club will be held Monday evening at
7:00 o'clock and it is planned to hold
meetings regularly every other Mon-
day night afterward
' II LA APPEARS IN ADVANCE
OF U. S. PURSUING FORCE
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the raid on Columbus. He is now
nursing his wound somewhere in
Mexico, not far from the American
border, hidden in the house of a friend.
He is not with the band of his fol-
O )wers that General Pershing is hunting
in the interior among the fastnesses
of the Sierra Madre.
This startling information was
brought to El Paso today by F. W.
Perez, who was held prisoner by Villa
from January 27 to March 9, and who
escaped from the bandits the night of
the Columbus raid, seven miles south
of the international boundary..
Perez was Villa's aviator from Jan-
uary to September, 1915. He left
Mexico on Villa's advice last Septem-
ber.

CITIZENS SPLIT
ON CHARTER

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WhitneyTheatre
Wednesday, April 5
The Event of the Season
8th Annual Tour of
Harry
Lauder
Direction Wm. Morris
Scotland's Idol
England's Pet
America's Favorite
World's Greatest Entertainer
with a Company of
International Artists
PRICES -- 5Oc to $2
Seat Sale Monday, April 3

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For a true London shape pipe,
fitted with sterling silver ring
and solid vulcanite mouth-
piece, get the Stratford.
50c, at all dealers.

d e MAY USE MEXICAN RAILWAY
Washington, Mar. 29.-General Car-
ran;a has granted permission to use
the Mexican Northwestern railway
for the transportation of supplies to
the American forces in pursuit of
l Villa. Advices to this effect were re-
ceived, late today by the State de-
partment, from Special Agent James L.
Rodgers, who was with Carranza at
Queretaro.

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it criticize the purchasing department
of the city, saying that the city clerk,
who alone does the buying, does not
take advantage of discounts and of
wholesale rates.
Upon a recent contract let by the
city for some cement work, there could
have been a saving of over $200 if
the bill, which the city clerk author-
ized, did not have to pass through the
hands of the finance committee, the
common council, and back to the fi-
nance committee again. A city mana-
ger, say the proponents of this sys-
tem, could do away with this "red
tape" and save enough on contracts
and wholesale buying to more than pay
for his salary.
Ross Granger city clerk, in refu-
tation of the charges made against the
present system, declared that there
was not enough purchased by the city
to allow them to avail themselves of
any cheaper rate, while he says that all
city bills are discounted, contrary to
some belief. A plan has been advo-
cated by some prominent members of
the council and by Ross Granger,
which will do away with the interme-
diary body which acts as an agent
between council and department heads,
and will thus further the efficiency of
the present arrangement. This is
being advocated to be included in the
rewritten charter instead of the com-
plete change of city manager.
It is rumored with apparent reason,
that even the city manager of Day-
ton, who is pointed to as the Ideal in
this new form of government, is li-
able to be removed from his position
at any time, because the opposition has
practically secured control of the com-
mission which hires and discharges
the managers and is figuring on re-
moving Waite at an early date.
Prof. R. T. Crane, of the political

science department, deciares that there
are plenty of cities looking for good.
men and that the competition among
them will keep a man of Waite's cali-
her in office, despite any political ef-
forts to the contrary.'
Dean Cooley to Return Monday
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, who left
Friday for Washington, where he at-
tended a banquet of naval engineers
on Saturday; is not expected home un-
til next Monday. He has been spend-
ing this week in Newark, N. J. super-
vising the appraisal work in that city.
Professor Anderson who is away on a
leave of absence has had charge of
the work in Newark under Dean Cooley.
Prof. Parker Speaks to '19 Engineers
Prof. John C. Parker, of the electric-
al engineering department, spoke on
the "Possibilities in the Field of
Electrical Engineering," at the fresh
engineering assembly yesterday. Be-
cause of its comparative newness,
Professor Parker expressed the opin-
ion that only the chemical field had
as -many opportunities as electrical
enginering in the way of new discov-
eries.

LARGE CHORUS
AUGMENMTED
ORCHESTRA
PRICES - SOQc to$2
Sale Tuesday 10 a. m.
Harry Lauder, world's famous ver-
satile artist, comns to our city April
Fifth! It is a real pleasure to hear
him! Our concerts every day are exact
reproductions of his voice! He sings
for the Victor Victrola! Come and
hear his records! Grinnell Bros., 116
South Main -St. Phone 1707. tfapr2
hitney Theatre
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Thursday, April 6
Taylor
Holmes

W. D. C.
"Hand Made"
pipes are with-
out peer for
$1.00

Friday to Address Soph Engineers
Prof. David Friday, of the economics
department, will speak at the sopho-
more assembly today at 9:00 o'clock
in room 348, Engineering building.
The subject of his speech has not yet
been announced.
During the business meeting plans
will be discussed for the "Soph
Prom." which will be held shortly aft-
er the spring vacation. All members
are urged to pay their dues at this
meeting, especially last year's fees,
which will increase by 50 per cent if
not paid before April 7.
Senior Lits Decide on ('lass Canes
Class canes were selected by the
senior lit class at a special meeting
held yesterday afternoon. A commit-
tee was appointed to make arrange-
ments with the firm filling the order.
Members of the class desiring canes.
before spring vacation are requested
to leave orders at once at the Varsity
Toggery Shop on South University
avenue, or . with Tinker & Co. or
F. W. Gross. 814 South state.

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In a New C omedy Biiful
of Wholesome Fun
His Majesty
Bunker Bean
by Lee Wilson Dodd
From Harry Leon Wilson's
Widely-Read Story, Published in
the Saturday Evening Post
Direct From 6 Months at Cort
Theatr~e, Chicago
The Chta go Herald 5a) s:
"Best play we have had in
two years."

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