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May 17, 1919 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

HAT'S GOING ON

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TODAY
):00-Michigan-Chicago tennis meet
at Ferry field.
):00-flass games at Ferry field.
:30-Tug-of-war near Wai street
bridge.
:30-Fifth May Festival concert in
Hill auditorium.
:00-MIchIgan-Chicago track meet at
Ferry field.
:15--Newark (N. J.) club :meets in
Lane hall.
:30- ovIes at Methodist church;
Mary Pickford in "The Little Am-
erican."
:00-Sixth May Festival concert in
Hill auditorium.
TOMORROW
:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
at 444 South State street.
:00-Prof. Simon Litman addresses
Menorah society in Lane hall.

SIGMA XI CHOOSES 42 NEW
MEMBERS AT BIG ELECTION
(Continued from Page One)
neering; Nelson H. Huntley, civil en-
gineering; Joseph P. McFarlen, elec-
trical engineering; Margaret Miller,
medicine and surgery; Frank O. Novy,
medicine and surgery; Robert L. Novy,
medicine and surgery; Edward L.
Nugent, mechanical engineering; Sid-
ney L. Shipman, medicine and sur-
gery; Henry Rich Thompson, mechan-
ical engineering; Charles T. Van Du-
sen, mechanical engineering; Peter
Verschoor, electrical engineering.
Initiation to Be May 27
The initiation will be held Tuesday
evening, May 27, at the Union It is
requested that all members of the so-
ciety coming from other chapters not-
4fy the secretary, Dr. H. H. Willard, in
order that their names may be added
to the list.
New College Inn open Monday, May
19, 1919.-Adv.

ALWAYS ASK FOR

ICE

C R E AM

Delicious and Refreshing
HOT WEATHER CAUSES
CHANGE OF CLOTHING'

ANTI-ALYSENTIMENT
IN REICHSTAS CENSURED
OUTBREAK DECLARED "CHLI)lSH
AND UNSEEXINGLY" BY
WOLFF
(By Associated Press)
Berlin, May 16.- Condemnation of
demonstrations before the Reichstag
Tuesday against the Allies, the United
States and President Wilson is voiced
by several newspapers, especially the
Taggsblatt.
Immature Youths Blamed
Theodor Wolff ascribes the outbreak
as due to immature youths, and de-
nounces their conduct as "childish and
unseemingly." Ile says that no sensi-
tle and decent person can desire that
the great seriousness of the present
days be misrepresented by undignified
howling.
Hle declares the demonstrations did
not appear to be serious to the Allied
representatives living in the Hotel
Adlon and that the crowd outside did
not interfere with or speak to the for-
eign newspaper correspondents when
they left the hotel and walked down
the street.
Zetung Voices Protest
The Vossische Zeitung in this con-
nection prints a letter criticizing the
government for permitting "foreign
elements" so to dominate Berlin that
signs and placards are posted in lh,
English and French languages and
many foreign actors permitted on the
stages in Berlin. The communication
rails at stores which display a notice
in English inviting American officers
to have their portraits painted as a
souvenir of their stay in Berlin.
UNDOING OF ZEPPELIN RAIDS
EFFECTED BY HUN INVENTION
London, May 16. - While wireless
telegraphy made it possible for Ger-
can Zeppelin squadrons to approach
the English coast at night and often i
raid London and other cities; it also
was their undoing. The British one
day captured a German "listeningin"
set and immediately so improved upon
it that the intelligence department had
an instrument which picked up the
faintest earth currents and magnified
them by a valve amplifier. Lieutenant
Colonel A. G. T. 'Cusins recently told
the story to the Institute of Electri-
cal Engineers.
Banks Dtribute Garden Literature
( y Associated Press)
Washington, May 16. - Announce-
ment that the War has made the banks
of the country headquarters for in-
formation on "how to produce - food
F 0. B. the kitchen and what .to do
with it after you have produced it,"
is made by the National War Garden
Commission. Literature on gardens
and canning has been placed at fi-
nancial institutions by the commis-
sion for the public benefit.
"One would scarcely think three
years ago of getting a canning book
from a trust company," says the com-
mission, "but now the companies have
thousands of thea for distribution on
request. The books have been deliv-
ered by the War Garden Commission
to the banks which see in the victory
gardener a good citizen and a good
customer."
Manufacturing concerns, railroads,
business houses and other industrial
enterprises are co-operating in the
victory garden drive of the War Gar-
den Commission.
A. E. F. Paper to Suspend Publication
Paris, May 16.-The Stars and
Stripes, the official newspaper of the
American Expeditionary forces will
suspend publication June 19. This in-
dicates the rapid evacuation of . the
American army.
New College Inn open Monday, May
19, 1919.-Adv.
The Daily is your paper-support
it.-Adv.

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SPRING
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Why not now? Theme hot days
make the heavyweight winter
clothing unbearable. Make the
change now. We have fine

SPRING SUITS
UNDERWEAR

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rexpect to find at

SHIRTS

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S OCIETY BRAND style, like a triangle, has
three dependent sides; the first is attractive patterns woven
into fine fabrics; the second is the srnart design of the model;
the third is the tailoring of the clothes.
Each side is perfectly developed to meet the other two;
that's why the effect is a finished whole -and the- longer you
wear a Society Brand suit the better you'll know it.
FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNG
One standard of tailoring -varying costs of materials alone
make a difference in the price of these clothes, otherwise they
would all be one price.

ROSE

TIES
STRAW HATS

Fine showing in straw
of all kinde; including
Panamas and other ex-
tremely light weights.
Style - - Quality - - Pric
All that you can desire or+
any price.

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Wuerth

co.

MAIN STREET

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.
Home of Hart, Schaffner & .Jlarx Clothes
Southwest Corner of Main and Washington Streets

Belgians to Give Hoover Tribute I opened a subscription to present Her- played in succoring Belgium.
Brussels, May 16. - The Belgian bert Hoover, the food administrator, The Belgian government recently
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, cre- with an address and a work of art nominated Mr. Hoover "Friend of the
ated to aid victims of the war, has I symbolizing the energy he has dis- Belgian Nation."

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VICTORY COMMEMORATIVE MAY FESTIVAL

SATURDAY AF T ERNOON, MAY 17

2:30 O'CLOCK
ORGAN RECITAL

MR. CHARLES M. COURBOIN, Organist
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 17

ANNA FITZIU
ANDRES DE SEGUROLA
EMILIO DE GOGORZA
MINERVA KOMENARSKI
ROBERT R. DIETERLE
THE CHORAL UNION
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
'MR. ALBERT A. STANLEY, Conductor
MR. EARL V. MOORE, Organist

8:00 O'CLOCK

"FAUST."......................... Gounod

FERNANDO CARPI

Single Concerts, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
On Sale at Hill Auditorium.

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