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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ESIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Greatest Thing Out. Prices from $49.00 to $77.00

May Festival Tickets

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We easily save you one dollar
on this Oxford

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"Art is long, Life is Short"

Sunday Evening Luncheon
Fifty Cents

5:30 P. M. to 8 P. M.

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

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LYNDON'S
WOOSTER PRESIDENT SPEAKS
President G. Campbell White Gives
Tappan Lecture
President G. Campbell White, of
Wooster University, will deliver the
Tappan Lecture at the Presbyterian
church at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
He will speak on, "Missions in the
Light of the World War."
Dr. White headed theilaymen's mis-
sionary movement which took place
several years ago and which was the
means of interesting the men of the
country in the conditions of life in
4ae great mission lands.
'FROS" FROLIC TOBE HELD
Innoiation Dance at Armory May Be-
come Annual Icaring Affair
What may become an annual func-
tion for the freshmen is to be inau-
gurated at the Armory next month in
the form of a dance, to be known as
the "Frosh Frolic." The exact date
will probably be announced tomorrow.
One of the J-Hop orchestras will fur-
nish the music for the party. The
Armory is to be decorated for the oc-
casion, and neat leather programs and
novel favors are to be among the fea-
tures of the evening. Refreshment
of punch and fancy cakes will b
served.
RUSSIANS CEASE ATTACK
IN EAST; LOSE 140,000 MEN
(Continued from Page Three)
southerly course in the direction of
the Thames.
The single Zeppelin directed its
route to the northeastern counties. A
total of 75 bombs was dropped, the ad-
miralty announces. The raid was
watched by thousands.
FRENCH PLANES SHOT DOWN
Berlin, April 1.--Four French aero-
planes were shot down by German
aircraft, two of them being brought
down inside the German lines, official
statements from the war office an-
noun ce tonight. Heavy atillery en-
gagements were reported in the Ar-
gonne and Meuse sectors, while the
repulse of grenade and mine attacks
by the British further west was re-
ported.
ANNOUNCE DATE OF NAVY
MEDICAL CORPS TESTS
Information for students desiring to
enter the medical corps of the United
States navy has just - been received
by the medical school from W. C.
Braisted, surgeon general of the navy.
Application may be made for posi-
tions as assistant surgeon of the medi-
cal corps and of the medical reserve
corps as well. Positions as acting
dental surgeon in the dental and den-
tal reserve corps, assistant paymaster,
second lieutenant in the marine corps,
and chaplain.
The examinations of candidates will
be held in Chicago, Boston, New York
and other cities on June 19, 1916.
Detailed information concerning the
necessary qualifications for these po-
sitions and for the right to be exam-
ined may be obtained from the secre-
tary of the medical school.

ARC-A D E
Shows at 3:00. 6 30. 8:00, 9:30
Mon., April 3-Jane Gail in "Rupert of
Hentzan," and Musty Suffer Comedy.
'rues. 4-Muriel Ostrihce in "A Circus
Romance."
Wed'.- -.-Tkitty Gordon in "<1s in a
1,ookivig Glass."

Saturday Morning

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

719 NO, UNIVERSITY AVE.
Where You Buy Kodaks and Films

April 1
at 8:40a.m.

Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and'
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees, 2:00, 3:15 Evening, 6:45,.8:oo
9:15 Saturdays.Holidays Continuous
Sun.. Mnon. -T'heodore Roberts in
.Mark:Tain's Classic. "Iudd'nhcad
Wilson,"
Tuesdav--Marie Doro and Wilfred
Lucas in "Tre ood Nymph." Also
Triangle Comedy,. "The Perils of the
Park."
SCENARIOS DUE TOMORROW

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--sure, enough-when the third party of the group is a
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RAMER'S CHOCOLATES
Nothing like Ramer's to sweeten the days of courtship. Ramer and Cupid are
gals. There are many kinds of Ramer's Chocolates-all good. Look over our
attractive stock - delicious dainties all -and choose the Ramer's brand that
pleases Her best. We are expecting you in.
For Sale in Ann Arbor at
Trubey; Van Doren; Calkins; Student's Supply Store
Produced by A. M. RAMER COMPANY. Winona. Minn. 32

Scenarios for next year's Union opera
are to be in the hands of the commit-
tee tomorrow. Plans have been made
for a meeting of the members of the
judging committee to be held some
time next week, at which time the best
scenario will be chosen.
The winning plot will be submitted
to those who wish to write the mono-
logue and lyrics. Considerable inter-
est has been shown in this new sys-
tem, and it is expected that a large
number of scenarios will be submitted
to the committee.
ANNOUNCE DATES FOR COMING
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
The following civil service examina-
tions of interest to university stu-
dents. will be held at the local post
office at the indicated dates: engineer
economist, assistant petroleum engin-
eer, April 18; mechanical and electri-
cal engineer, junior electrical engin-
eer. junior telegraph and telephone
engineer, junior signal engineer and
junior structural engineer, April 19;
electrical draftsman April 25; assist-
ant physicist. May 3; inspector of lo-
comotives, May 3 and 4. The salaries
for the various positions - range from
$720 to $2,500 per annum.
"I" Secretary To Visit Colleges
Mr. W. H. Tinker, secretary of the
students' Y. M. C. +A., left last night
for a tour of the midwest colleges. He
is traveling for the Association Col-
lege of Chicago, and will return in
abcut one month.
Lyndon's for kodaks, films, finish-
Ings Open Sundays, 8:30 to 4:30 only.

RAPID SHOE REPAiR SHOP

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.
The Sign of SatisaCtion

AlN TE h Wednesday
April5
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Seat Sale Opens Monday, April A
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WANTED-EXPERIENCED MEN IN
THE FOLLOWING LINES: MOTOR
ASSEMBLERS, MACHINE OPER-
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REPAIR. STEADY EMPLOYMENT.
LEWIS SPRING & AXLE COM-
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WANTED-House for club of Twenty
five men. Send communication to
K, care Daily. 31,a1,2
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE-17-foot "Old Town Ca-
noe." In first class condition, in-
cluding fixtures. Prices right if
taken at once. Phone 1804. Add.
1082 Ferdon Road. apr2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Good Conn Cornet cheap.
Avery, 707 Church. 31,a1,2,4
LOST
LOST-While surveying on 12th or
Huron streets, near Sleepy Hollow,
a gold signet ring. H. R. Waddell.
Phone 63. Reward $5. 31,al,2
MISCELLANEOUS
A- SPECIAL VACATION excursion
from Detroit to St. Louis and return
via the Wabash R. R. Low rates,
tickets good in sleepers. Limit 10
days. For further information call
J. B. McDavid. Phone 723-M.
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