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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SIXTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SPECIAL FEATURE
Mandolin Trio Orchestra
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1P.A. ARRAN6ES FOR
DEBATENPIL"2O0
Harry G. McCain and C. A. Widle to
Argue Liquor Question
I nill Auditorium
At the meeting last night of the
Intercollegiate Prohibition association
plans were completed for a debate to
be held in Hill Auditorium, April 20
between Harry G. McCain, university
secretary for the association, and C.
A. Windle, editor of the Iconoclast,
the official organ of the National
Liquor Dealer's association. The sub-
ject of the debate will be: "Resolved,
that the manufacture and use of in-
toxicating liquor as a beverage is
wrong in principle, " unchristian in
character, and ineffective as a remedy
for intemperance."
The I. P. A. will carry on an active
campaign for members until April 20
and will try to get at least 250 men
by that time. As a challenge they will
try to get 500 men as speakers for
the campaign next fall when the peo-
ple will vote on state wide prohibition.
Mr. McCain left last night for a
tour of the colleges and universities
of Michigan, where he will organize
movements for prohibition.
START CUP DEBATES TONIGHT
Adephi and Jeffersonian Hold Pre-
liminaries in Law Building
The Adelphi cup team will meet the
Jeffersonian trio tonight at 8:00
o'clock in room B of the Law building
in the preliminary contests of the an-
nual cup debate. The Alpha Nu team
will debate against Webster tomorrow
night.
The question to be debated is, "Re-
solved, that there be vested in the
governments, state and national, the
exclusive right to manufacture and
sell munitions of war," Adelphi and
Alpha Nu taking the affirmative, and
Jeffersonian and Webster the negative
in their respective debates.
The members of the respective teams
are: Jeffersonian, S. D. Frankel, '17L,
R. A. McGuinis, '18L, and H. L. Mc-
Carthy, '17L; Adelphi, J. R. Simpson,
'18, H. D. Hopkins, '16, and W. A.
Pearl, '16; Webster, Dorothy V. Mc-
Cormick, '18L, S. F. Cohn, '18L, and
3 A. P. Bogue, '18L; Alpha Nu, C. E.
! Hutton, '17, R. B. Cunliffe, '16, and
ILouis Luebbers, '18.
The participation of Miss McCr-
mick in this meet marks the entrance
of women into the debating contests
of the university. Though women have
contended in oratorical contests pre-
viously they have never taken an ac-
tive part in debates.
PROF. J. MERLANT TELLS OF
FRENCH LITERATURE HEROISM
1 Says People Are Both Idealistic and
Political; War Poem
Read
With an enthusiasm born of actual
participation in the life struggle of his
country, Prof. Joachim Merlant of the
University of Montpellier, France, gave
a highly idealized view of the element
of heroism in French literature, in
his lecture yesterday afternoon in
Memorial hall.
Professor Merlant said he had been
incorrectly quoted in various papers
as giving expression to the view that
the French are idealistic only. The

truth is, he said yesterday, in the
course of his lecture, that they are
both idealistic and practical. The
speaker then showed the development
of the heroism of the French which is
able to effect this combination of ap-
parently opposed qualities.

Matinees GARRICK Week of
Wed. & Sat.UMUui Apl 2
DETROIT
Victor Herbert's latest musical triumph
'The Princess Pat"
, ARCADE

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

tApril 1
Saturday Morning,

Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 8:00, 9:30
Ved.-5--aits Cordon in "As in a
Looking Glass."
Thurs.-6-Edwin Brennan and Grace
Elliston in "The Black Fear."
Fri. 7-FrancisX. Bushman and Beverly
Bayne in "The Wall Between."

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Beginning Monday, A pril 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, 3:1i Evening, 6:45, 8:00
9:15 Saturdays - Holidays Continuous

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Thurs.-Fri.-67- Fanny Ward in Ten-
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Sat. F-Willard Mack and Enid Markey
in The Conquerer and (A Movie Star,
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Wednesday, April 5
The Event of the Season
8th Annual Tour of
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Seat Sale Monday, April 3

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THURSDAY
TAYLOR
HOLMESh
In a New Comedy Brimful
of Wholesome Fun
His Majesty
Bunker Bean
By LEE WILSON DODD
From Harry Leon Wilson's
Widely-Read Story. Punb-
lished in the Saturday
Evening Post.
Direct From 6 Months a i
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MAJE STIC
Today at 3 T,,;;night 7:30 & 9
The Novelty o the Season
TRlOVATO
The Eccentric Violinist
Ed. BIondell & Co.
In "The Lost Rgy."
Van &Belle
GREATEST BOOMERANG
THROWERS
Connors',& Wtt
Merry Monarchs
of Songland
Anchor Trio
Acrobats l eft are Athletes

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MICHIGAN

MEN TO 2700JABIENOUT BY" Y"
FORM DRILL SQUAD2 JOBS

ALBERT ROUSSEAU TO TALK
ON STUDENT LIFE IN PARIS
Mr. J. J. Albert Rousseau of the ar-
chitect-ural department, will deliver
his lecture on "Ecole Des Beaux Arts
de Paris" tomorrow afternoon at 5:00
o'clock in the Tappan hall lecture
room.
This lecture is part of the year's
program of the Cercle Francais and
was originally scheduled for Tuesday
afternoon. It was postponed because
of the lecture given by Professor
Merlant.
Mr. Rousseau was at one time a
student in the Ecole Des Beaux Arts
and it is of student life there and the
atmosphere of the famous Latin Quar-
ter that he will speak.
ANNUAL SMOKER OF )IENORAH
SOCIETY AT UNION TONIGHT
The annual smoker of the Menorah
society will take place this evening
at 7:30 o'clock at the Michigan Un-
ion. The committee in charge has ar-
ranged an elaborate program for the
entertainment of those who attend.
Prof. David Friday of the economics
department will speak.

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yOne of the best farces ot recent
years."

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may be made to the respective or-
ganizers. In the eighth division, the
uniforms and equipment will be fur-
nished by the government, and the
men will be eligible for the Bermuda
cruise of the Atlantic squadron on
the U. S. S. South Carolina, which
leaves Philadelphia on July 15.
Commandant Ginilliat of the Culver
Military Academy described in his lec-
ture the course of training in use at
that institution and showed the stu-
dents in action through the medium
of motion pictures. The lecture was
given under the auspices mt the local
National Security seague branch,
which took the leadership in the for-
mation of ihe "rack" drill regimentl
and division eight of the Michigan
National Reserves..
Foy quick servwce,1iall2255.
Hurrah for the Mi; and Blue"
e best chocolates in Ann Arbor. Get
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tronize Daily advertisers. *

iployment Bureau Makes Record for
Year; Pamphlet to Be Published
During the present college year
the "Y" employment bureau has
placed men in 2700 jobs. This rec-
ord, it is said, makes the Michigan
"Y" employment bureau the largest
student employment agency in exis-
te tice.
Philip Lovejoy, employment secre-
tary, is planning the publication of
10,000 copies of a small pamphlet ad-
vertising this fact and containing in-
formation for prospective Michigan
students concerning the kind of work
obtainable, and the number of places
which have been filled in each kind
of work.

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gained by the Germans on Saturday
night, today were pushing the advance
north of this wood which lies directly
to the south of Fort Douaumont.
The official statement issued in Ber-
lin today says that all the French
counter attacks against the Caillette
wood position have been repulsed in
spite of repeated assaults and ex-
tremely heavy sacrifices.
Carries Companions' Bodies in Plydne
Rome, April 4.-Flying for more than
an hour with the bodies of two com-
panions in his bullet-ridden aeroplane,
Captain Salarore of the Italian aero.
corps, returned safely from a raid on
an Austrian camp at Ludiana, and to-
day was awarded the gold military
medal of the House of Savoy.
Austrians Occupy Border Territory
Berlin, April 4.-Austro-Hungarian
troops have occupied the border be-
tween Lobbia Alta and Monte Sumo,
says an Austrian official statement on
the fighting at the Italian front -re-
ceived here today.
New Russian Commander Named
London, April 4.-General Brusiloff
has been named commander-in-chief

of the armies of the southwest front
to succeed General Ivanoif, a Petro-
grad dispatch'today says.
F01)R POSITIONS (dVEN OUT
BY AP PO INTMENT C'OM flITTEEB
The following four teachers from
the senior class have secured positions
through the appointment committee:
Nellie Mc regor, Latin and Ger-
man, Grayling, Mich.; Blanche Kerns,
English, Eaton Rapids, Mich.; Lloyd
Smith, mathematics, River Rouge,
Mich.; John Pobanz, principal, River
Rouge, Mich.
Harriet Carroll, '13, who has been
teaching in South Grand Rapids, has
secured a position for rnxt yar in
Highland Park, Mich.
h. i. l°owc"' ''li .s on 2ietorL Tltiglt
"Automobile Sleeve-valve Motors,"
will be the subject of a lecture to be
given by Mr. Henry H. lower, of the
Willys-Overland company, of Toledo,
in room 348 Engineering building, at
8:00 o'clck tonight Tre lecture.
which wTll deal with the advantages
of the sleeve-valve type of motor over
other types, will be illustrated with
noving pictures and mfechanical mod-
els. All interested are invited to at-
.

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are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your interest to trade
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Professor Merlant wears on his la- Abraham J. Gornetzky, '17, will per-
pel the insignia of the "Legion D'Hon- form on the piano, and Hilliard Gold-
neur," an honor which he received stick. '17D, will entertain with vari-
for services in the present war. He l ous' humorous recitations. Sylvan
received an. injury to his left arm Crcs roi, '14L, and P. A. Miller, '17L,
whic; has practically robbed himr of will deliver short talks. Tickets will
its s. be sold at the door.
The speaker closed the lecture by-
readirg "La Priere," a beautiful war Tdteni Club to Hold Dance in Detroit
poem written by Charles Poguid, a At the meeting of the Totem club
comrade in the trenches who recently last night it was decided to hold a
lost his life at the front. dance in Detroit on April 27. This is
Ione of the three dances which the
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The Michigan Daily. They will in- !
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