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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Oren~sCateteria E. William St.

Cr A..
COLI U '
Fridy Evn m ngMay19
Many New Attractions
A moving picture show; Merry-go-round; Automatic
baseball; Fatncy booth; Art booth; Shooting gallery;
Bowling for ladies anid gentlemen; Kindergarten;
Soda fountain and Luncheonette; Swimming; Chute-
the-chutes.
This Coliseum supplies one of the city's civic needs, and the
hearty co-operation of the people of Ann Arbor is anticipated

Don't Miss the
Opening Night

FRIDAYI

NEAlIIfY 14,000; SEE
(t 'mitillnied froal Page 0110)
about the course which Dr. Pollock
of the biology department is going to
give next fall.
Exhibit ushcrs are requested to re-
port at the engineering arch this
morning at 8:45 o'clock.
*t
iiN)1EElIINiGEXHIBIT
x 1Pld){i'UA_. tilt LEC,(T1,IES :
' Somve of the most patronized *
*portions of the Engineering ex- *
' hibit are to be found in the de- *
*partmental exhibits in the Nat- *-
ural Science building. Espe-
cially attractive are the mov-*
*ing oictures in the auditorium *
*depicting the fighting of forest '
*fires by aeroplanes.*
:% Regent L. L. Hubbard has*
x loaned the mninerology depart-*
in ea an excellent suite of green-
stones from Isle Royal in Lake*
'~Superi or. 'these are shown in
*room 222. A model of a look-*
out station such as is used by
~forest range'rs is also on ex-*
hibition.*
* The f3o~ioIJ illustrated*
*lectures will be Given in connec-*
*tion with the Engineering E+x-*
'~hibit in the large auditorium at
*the southwest corner of the ~
*Natural Science building, except*
*where otherwise noted. All1
*will be illusrated with moving r'
p~ictures.
* 10:00 a. mn.-"Canp Davis,"*
I1'..1H. Phillips. 1R-311, Engi-*
*neerinig building.*
10:00 to 12:00 a. m.- :South-*
er emLogging."
S 11:10 to 1.1:55 a. nl.--."Solve*
'~Interesting Optical Properties*
*of Crystals." Prof. Kraus and,*
' Mr. Clark, Room M--224.
1:30 to 2:30 p. m.-"'rhe In-
landl Lalkes of Michigan, Their
Use and Abuse," Prof. I. D). "
S cott.
,,C0 p. in.--"Camp Davis," H.
lPhillips. 11-311, Engineer-
*ing building. *
2: 30 to 3:30 p). 1i.--"Philirp- r'
pine Logging." *
3:3 to 4 :30 p'. in.--"Animial
* 4:30 p. n.-"Ariving of Silver '
'A sbestos and Coal in Canada," '
*L. 0. Armnstrong.
* 0:30 1p. n.----"Electrical Pre-*
cip~itation 0f Smoke and Fumes,"*
* a descriptive and demonstrated*
* lecture by Prof. A. HI. White be- '
fore the Detroit Branch of the*
* . A. 1. F.'. (This lecture to*
take Mace inl the Chemical
~' Amphit heater.)
x: 7:00 to 10:00 p. m.-"Electri-*
cal Precipitation of Smoke and*
* Fumes." Moving :Pictures, B. A.
St ande rline. "~Manufacturie of*
*Paper." 1Robert S. Arcber.*
"Manufacture 01' Cynamid," JS
T L. Nayion. "Manufacture 01f.~
:t WNire fronm Ore to Finished Pro-
duet." NV. F-ansen. *

AT THE THEN]
TODAY

* * * *
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Mlajestic - Charlie Chaplin's
burlesque on "Carmen:'
Arcade - Francis X. Bush-
man in "A Mtillion a Minute:"
Orplieumn - Constance Collier
in "The Code of Marcia Gray:'

*
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.

At the Majestic
The comedy bill which opened yes-
terday at the Majestic, certainly is
a laugh from start to the finish and
there is lots to make one hilarious.
The opener is "The Lion-Hearted
Chief." Then Raymond Hitchcock fol-
lows in a comedy called "A Wonder-
ful Wager."
The star attraction is Charlie Chap-
lin and his burlesque on "Carmen."
Mr. Schoepfle to Read Chemical Essay
Mr. C. S. Schoepfle, of the organic
chemistry department, will read a
paper on "Molecular Weights of Free
Radicals" before the regular meeting

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IT'S YOUR. LAST CHANCE&

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TODAY

SRAYMOND«
HITCHCOCK "A Wonderful Wager"
IMutual Comedy "6ALL BALLED UP"

Iat

3s 71 8:30 P. M.

10 Cents---20 Cents

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f

Ann

Arbor

May

Festival

of the locail section of the American
Chemical society, to be held Tuesday,
May 23, at 4:15 o'clock, in room 151
of the chemistry building. The meet-
ing will be open to the public.
'learlinig Qutbreak Is Settled
Temporary difficulties, growing out
of the attempted rush of the Orpheum
theater, by members of the freshman
class, Wednesday night, were all dis-
sipated yesterday., It is said that po-
licemen whose uniforms were dam-
aged by eggs will be compensated for
any loss for which the freshmen were
responsible.

Br-Owil'sBook Store
340 S0. STATE STREET
The Special Sale now going on
covers everything in our store.
It will pay you to buy
your School Supplies now
Note Paper, Envelopes, Leather Goods,
Pennants, Fountain Pens, Loose-
Leaf Books, Department
Paper, Souvenirs, etc.
BROWN'S BOOK STORE

Tickets for Individual Concerts
Now on Sale at $1.00 and $1.50
Each

BOX

O FFICE

- HILL AUDITORIUM

f !

Do

you

like

speed?

340 So. State Street

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STLA(AE BRIG F
SOlP.
(ConltinlkedfIr
N.. J. Munson
G. Anderson
R. B. Kennane
C. H. Gillispie
J. H. Emery
WV. H. Raisse
TP. G. Hewlett
C. I-f. Mason
S. G. Miller
fires imen
IR. G. Wright
H. P. Monroe
R. Dunul
Homer Bacon
IV. E. Schmidt
Tom Saylor
C. W. Land
A. J'. Cardinal
L. Walkling
C. Hf. Cottington
M. E- Rood
J., S. Tobey
S. R. Hyman
G1. H. Gutman
D. H. Shields
S. C. Burbidge'
0. H. Cartwright

FRESH.-
'If CLASH TOD1AY
'om Page 'Three)
F. C. Newell
Alternates
G. P. Graydiel
'C. F. Hostrep
A. C. Crockett
R. L. Biggers
H. M. Carey
D. R. Dieters
Jlea-i yweights
W. B. Peterson
R. S. Franchot
A. G. Joetz
A. W. MacLachlin
E. A. Gillhaar
J. W. McCurry
P.h P. Lavier
B. L. Snyder
D. A. Lewis
C. A. Newcomb
3'. M. Pierce
F. W. Weston
E. S. Toles
W. T. Hotchkiss
0. G. Williams
H. Priecha
F. Goetz1

E. B~uckner
T. Hunter
J1. C. Cary
R. H. Knight
L. 3'. Brooks
R. C. Snyder
A. A. Clark
Sophomore
J. D. Watts
R1. A. Galloway
L. ter. Richards
1R. A. Kimberly
0. C. Klager
E. Robinson
W. Kirkpatrick
A. C. Foley
R. K. Brier
F'. J. Thieme
A. L. Kirkpatrick
L. Ruben
5V. E. Ghent
F x. S. McKol l
1-. B. Newcomb
W. S. Dinwiddie
P~. G. Reindel
R. Baxter.
L. J'.Leasure
T. ITf. Ginsburg
ff. S. McKennon
G. S. Pilgrim
D. T. Mosier

Alternates
F. J. Riley
C. 3. Heath
D. N. Handi
W. Vail
W. Schuler
R. P. H-eathley
Lightweights
ET. M. Reeves
G. B. Daniels
G. P. Ashley
S. A. Larnbert
0. 1-t. Feet
WV. M. Darnell
G. L. Benton
B. S. Beaman
B. F. H-atch
P. H. Kranz
Jas. P. Bowsher
F. M. Nelson
Max Schillert
C. E. Pardon
W. B. Boice
G. H. Doherty
Alternates
C. S. Scribner
N. T. Bolles
W. C. Ellet
R. T. Monroe
C. G. Hoyt
N. A. Hixson

Sopho more
Ie). C. Mittelsdorf
D. FfI. Rankin
It. T. Mann
ii. R. Adrianse
H-. H. Hef'fron
JT. L. Mooney
Ih. M. Horner
]'. R. Simpson
1j. H. Scott
J. H. Wilton
11'. L. Goodspeed
I-. G. Dudley
JT. F. Dunne
V!. W. Fischer
J. D. Hlibbard
A. Dolman
Y f. Mack
E. E. Raymond
IH. R. Wasson
P~. H1. Sweet
IH. B. Haskins
C. C. Corcoran
R., D. Mead
E. M. Schoff ter
Sophionore
J1. A. Rings
WX. D. Cosgraln
TT. Rye
1i. Christa
1). C. Pearce
Phil R-,iymond
l,. S. Craij
A. \V oyd,
Ce -o. Schum'acher
IF. Marson
11. C. King
W. H. Collins
T'. F. Lett
R. W. Johnson
A. L. Clarke
T. A. McKenzie
A. N. Wendler
IT. W. Fleischauer
P'. J'. Kertick
la. F. Nutz
W. J'.Hus
N. l~awOton
O wen 'W,'tson.
These men am~

-I

Middleweights

f . W. Burton
ff. Schumann
G. J'. Stanick
If . 11. Schmidt
G. A. Kronberg
If. M. Stephen
A. J'. Goldberg
R. C. Patterson
J'. D. Menchhofer
H-. S. Hatch
P'. E. Junur ich
J. S. Norton
K. Bentz
G. L. Orstrum
H. Kipane
IT. R. Snow
Alternates
IT. W. Branson
D. 3'. Ioruberlger
R. F,. Robinson
P. L. P. Mallick
C. W. Harday
R. B. Munger
pica i-yweights
C. If. Motulski
?F. C. Musgrave
I . I-urze
C. E. N etteny
C. IT. Snell
T1. J. Bauer
F. W. Sullivan
XVtJ. McCalvin
11. W. Brock
Willard Jones
D. S. Paden
H. T. Swanson
0. Burnett
N. 3'. Brazell
D. R. Hook
R. E. Wilson
IT. S. Moses
A lterniates
G1. F. Aldrich
TT. Terice
IT. HT. Vske
Moyne-Howe
to report at the

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1 4 ylrht Hirt Scbdfner Mass

in their spring suits.

Ask to

see

IN YOUR clothes, that is;
smart lines, lively patterns,
novel shades and colorings;
all the newest ideas..
Hart
Schaffner and'
Marx
show some very clever, things

Varsity
a Fifty Five
This is the most popular
young man's suit in America;
it ought to be-it has all, the
good points.

Lutz.-.Clothing Store
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing

giymnasium ni Friday between 2:15
and 3:30 o'clock to receive the in-
signia which each man must wear
if he is to take part in the contest.

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