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ACTORS SHOW TALENTl
IN TKIRD LATIN PLAY
I Classical Production Proves Success
Before Audience of 800
The "Menaechmi" the Classical Club
play, was given Thursday night in
university hall before an audience of
800 people. Excellent technIque was
shown by the actors, Dr. Gilbert H.
Taylor, of the Latin department,
George Wilner, '17, Rollin C. Hunter,
'17, Lewis P. Waldo, '18, and N. Earl
Pinney, '16, winning special praise by
the presentation of their roles.
The lyric passages composed by
Prof. Albert A. Stanley, of the univer-
sity school of music, were given by
campus singers, and added much to
the effect of the production. Although
the play was in Latin, the acting was
of such quality that the plot of the
comedy was easily followed and ap-
preciated by those not familiar with
the language. Special praise is dae
Dr. Orma F. Butler, of the archaeology
department, under whose direction
the costumes were made.
This was the third Latin play ever
staged at the university, the others
having been given in 1873 and-1890.
Dixie Club Will Have Special Coach
The Dixie Club has made arrange-
ments for special rates for southerni
students who expect to mnake a trip
home during Spring vacation. They
will have a special car from Toledo to
St. Louis, which will leave Toledo on
Friday, April 7. Further information
can be obtained by calling C. C. Wil-
son, phone 1273-J.
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Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 8:00, 9:30
Sat. i-Maude Fealy in "Bondwomen."
Mon., April 3-Jane Gail in "Rupert of
Ilentzan," and Musty Suffer Comedy.
Tues. 4-Muriel Ostrihce in "A Circus
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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Matinees, 2:o, 3:15 Even ing, 6:45, 8:oo
9:15 Saturdays - Holidays Continuous
Ifenry Woodruff and Tsuit Aol-i in
"The BeckoningFlaine" also Triangle
Comedy, Joe Jackson in "A modern
Enoeh Arden." gvening isc.
Sun. Mon.-Theodoe Roberts in Mark
Twain's Classic, I 'uddinhead Wilson"
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BALL GAME IN STREET
'1S, antd C(E'rntr, '119, to n
Fined 3.7 E'acct
713 E. University
P. S.- He uses the grade and kind
(Velox, Cyko, Etc.) of paper he thinks
best suited to any given negative.
Rinehard Schmidt, '13, and Paul
Cramer, 'ia, were arrested on Thurs-
day by Constable John Young for play-
ing baseball in the street, and yester-
day they were arraigned in Justice .
D. Thomas' court. Schmidt pleidei
guilty to the charge and aid a lin
of $3.75. Cramer at first decided te
fight the case, but finally pladed
guilty and was let oft with th costs
of the case.
KRUPP REPRESENATIV HELD
Tausl'ch([ 8:lid to Be ( ointeIC(te iiti
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Navigation on the Huron
River is now open
SO IS THE BOAT HOUSE
PANLI(C) VILLA SHOT IN HIP
IN FIRST ENCOUNTER WIT-
U. S. TROOPS AT 1UERRERj
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other shelter. This accounts for the
deadly execution among the Villistas
and the small number of Americans
wounded. As the Villistas awoke from
their drunken slumber they were shot
dogvn by the Americans.
Vi1listas 'Take To )Lountains
The Mexicans fled when the Ameri-
can horses were brought up and pur-
suiit was given, the American cavalry-
men charging on the heels of the re-
treating bandits as long as they kept
in the open country but giving up the
chase when the Mexicans took to the
mountains. Villa is said to have re-
treated toward Chihuahua City.
This is the system Villa used in his
fighting according to the American
staff reports several days ago. In the
event of a battle his men are instruct-
ed to scatter to meet again at some
previously appointed place. Durrero
had been the last rallying place.
The Americans are attempting to
locate the next meeting place front
the prisoner captured in order that
they may surround the rendezvous.
GEOGRAPHY LECTURE GIVEN
31iss Ellen Churchill Semple Speaks
Twice int Science uhilding
with a Company of
Wednesday, April 5
The Event of the Season
8th Annual Tour of
Direction Wm. Morris
World's Greatest Entertainer
PRICES - - 50c to $2
Seat Sale Monday, April 3
GENERAL conditions are one hundredper-cent better
h than any previous year.
We are the originators "of "Safety
First" on the River
New York, Mar. 31.--The arrest of
Captain hans Tauscher, who quit the
German military service to become the
hrusband of Madame Cadski and to rep-
resent the Ernpps in tilscountry,
was said today to be the beginning cf
a series of arrests that soon willlac
be made as a result of operations
planned under the direction of Cap-
tain Franz von Papen, the recalled
miltary attache, to destroy railroads,
bridges. and waterways in Canada.
Tle aim of these military enterprises,
it was said, was to hinder the trans-
portation facilities employed by Eng-
land in sending supplies and soldiers
to Belgium and France.
The department of justice has been
working secretly for several weeks on
various, lines suggested by the stub
of Captain con Papen's check book,,
taken from him at Falmouth, and they
have been developing evidence of ac-
tivity said to have been committed
under the attache's direction. They
have had the help of statements made
by Baron Horst Vandergoltz.
Spring Hats Ready
FLAT BRIMS THE LATEST
. We have a large stock in all the new shapes
and colors. (let your Spring hat of us. We
make hats, shave them to your head and give
you unequalled service.
WE DO ALL KINDS OF HAT WORK
M1EATr: Your last season's hat reblocked in-
to t he new flat brim with a new hand, will
please irou and save you $a or $3.-
LADI ES: We reblock Milans, Hemps,
Panamas, etc., into the new Shapes. They
will please you.
FACTORY HAT STORE
Near Allenel Hotel 18 E. Huron St.
and every one of our canoes is the safest obtainable.
We extend a hearty welcome to the
"Barrier Boundaries of the Mediter-
ranean in the Present War" and "Geo-
graphic Influences in Japan," were
the subjects of two lectures by Miss
Ellen Churchill Semple, a graduate of
Vassar and eminent geographer, in the
auditorium of the Natural Science
building yesterday afternoon and eve-
In the first lecture, Miss Semple
brought out the fact that the Mediter-
ranean is surrounded by a natural
barrier of mountains and deserts, and
that the breaks in this barrier have
been the scenes of the most important
historical events from the beginning
In last night's talk, Miss Semple dis-
cussed the influence of the typography
of the Nipponese islands on the his-
tory, commerce and population of
Faculty and Student Body.
. Cox Sons and Vining
CAPS, GOWNS AND HODS
for all College Degrees
may be ordered now from
Concert Report Shows $933.72 Profit
The final report of the Armenian
concerts held in Ann Arbor and De-
troit in February shows a net profit
of $933.7. This money will be for-
warded by Treasurer R. A. Campbell
to the katholicos, the head of the Ar-
menian national church, to be used in
relief work among the Armenian refu-
gees in Russia.
Harry Lauder, world's famous ver-
satile artist, comes 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
Charles A. Bosworth, '16, is confined
in the hospital with appendicitis.
David F. Ryan, '16P, is in the hos-
pital suffering from an attack of ap-
Taxi 2255, open under new manage-
Call Lyndon for a good flashlIght.
Dean Effinger Speaks at Grand Rapids
Dean John R. Effinger, of the liter-
ary college, went to Grand Rapids
yesterday afternoon where he deliv-
ered a lecture before the members of
the Drama League of that city. He
returned to Ann Arbor last night.
U. of M. and Huron River