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WHAT'S GOING ON

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NUMBER 1

I r ageL'
he box for Mich-
lowing the visit-
. hits.
>t away to what
t in the first inn-
red on the first
r of Wisconsin to
[owever, the in-
eld the Wisconsin
Innings.
s came in the
Ih innings. A neat
a sacrifice by1
hit by Knode
'wo hits, timed
the second run
rolverine batsmen
rerine pitcher, for
tem a three bag-
An error helped
counters.
to appear really

'eatered to 1
elders ably
Wisconsin

, when
ring in
upheld
efforts

>peared for the first time
>re a Michigan crowd as
ably demonstrated that
dle the mound,' work. Al-
not the strike out won-
:ain Parks is, he proved
keep opposing batters

ees 31oines, Iowa, Citizens Learn This
When Gas, Water and Cars
Give Out
Des Moines, Ia., May 8.-Public util-
ties are conveniences, but not abso-
lute,essentials, residents of Des Main-
as numbering more than 100,000 have
earned by experience in the past six
aonths.
First, many learned they hal not
lost the ability to walk long distances;
That was at the time of the strike of{
the street car-men.:
r This experience was followed by
learning to do without piped water,
when there was an accident at the
muricipal water works which shut off
the supply for about a week. Recently
an explosion at the plant of the Des
Moines' Gas company wrecked a vital-
part of the plant and shu't off gas for
all parts of the city for days.
12 KILLED; 50 WOUNDEDI
D', ANNUNZIO MUTINY
'Trieste, May 8. - A mutiny broke
out in Fiume at 5 p. m. yesterday, a
fierce battle, between the carabineers
and the Arditti developing. Twelve
men were killed and 504 others wound-
ed in the struggle. The troops in-
volved are those of Gabriele d'Annun-
zio's forces.
FLYER TO TRY HIU3TING
WOLVES FROM AIRPLA4NE
Washington, May 8.-Farmers in the
vicinity of Chanute Field, Rantoul,
Ill., have requested the commanding
officer to, assign airp'lanes to assist in
locating wolf-packs, which have been
playing havoc with livestock since the
recent blizzard.
EXHIBITION SHIPS FOR
U. S. MANUFACTURERS URGED
Louisville, Ky., May 8. - American
manufact rers and commercial or-
ganizatiols are bein urged to adopt
the idea of the British and Japanese
and send -exhilition ships abroad to
display American goods in foreign
ports..
"Flying Parson" to Quit Army
Mineola, N. Y., May 8.-Lieut. Bel-
vin W. Maynard, the "flying parson,"
who won the Army trans-continental
and thp Tew York-Toronto air races
last fall, announced last night that
he would be discharged from the Army
today. He has accepted a position
with the Brooklyn Central Y. M.
C. A.
We call for and deliver your shoe
repairing at no extra charge, IDiet-
erie's, 343 So. Main St.-Adv.

!IUNDAY
10:00 A. M.-Pi Delta Epsilon meeting
in 'room 306 of the Union.,
10:30 A. M.-Cabinet club meets at1
the Union.
12:15-Triangles meet at the Union.'
6:30 - "Wesleyan ,Guild meets with
Margaret Scales as leader. Hefsub-
Wject will be "Mountain Toips." So-
cial half hour precedes the meetin
7 :30-'Prof. John Duxbury gives reci-
tations from the book of Job at the
Methodist church.
8:00-Menorah society' meets at Lane
hall. A. S. Oko to speak.
f; MONDAY
3:00 unior its report for baseball
practice at Ferry field.
3 :4"-Junior engineer baseball prac-'
tice, south Ferry field.
4:00-7Fresh engineers baseball prac-'
tice on south Ferry field.
7:00-Fifth make-up hygiene lecture
in Natural Scien'ce building.
7:30-Saginaw club meets- in room
316 of Union.
8 :00 -_Charles Zueblin, "Why is a
Party'?" Union Assembly hall. A ll
men and women welcome.
TUESDAY
7:00-Sixthi make-up hygiene lecture
in Natural Science auditorium.
7:15-Dixie club members meet at Une
ion.for discussion/of dance and for
I election of 'officers for next year,

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center of the hollow and at the con-
clusion of the various addresses the
freshmen will circle around the con-
flagration throwing their "pots" upon
the blaze in passing. At this time
the customary paddling will be admin-
istered but the discipline will not be
carried to the extreme.

A Portable\Victrola for

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will make canoeing twice as enjoyable. In fact, the Victrola is
the one kind of "third party" that doesn't constitute a crowd.
We have portable Victrolas in several sizes and finishes, rang-
ing in price from $25 to $75. We have on hand also a few
of the small horn machines which are quite suitable for use in
canoes and which may be pgurchase&at very reasonable figures.
We will be glad to sell you a Victrola on convenient terms.

The cerepony as planned will not be
limited to the ushering of the fresh-
man classes to their place on the cam-
pus but will instead mark also 'the
passing of the seniors into the ranks
of the great army of alumni scattered
throughout the world. The committee
is doing everything in its power to
impress the cam'pus with the idea that
Cap night is really a serious affair
and not merely a time for organized
discipline of the first year mei.

has been the custom in past ye
Abolish "Hazing" at Wiseor
"Hazing" has been officially a
ed .at the University of Wiscom
the Student Senate, the legi
body of the student governmen
Patronize out Aavertisers.-

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,U-NOTICES
The meeting of Pi Delta Epsilon, for-
inerly scheduled for 11 o'clock Sun-
day morning in room 306 of the
Union, has been changed to 10
. o'clock the same morning.
Art) exhibition open "daily from 2 to
5 o'clock at Memorial hall.
The supper and evening meeting
scheduled for Sunday evening at the
Unitarian church have been cancel-
ed because of the meeting at Hill
auditorium.
Tickets for the freslunan engineer
spring dance will go on sale for the
last time Monday from 5 to 6 o'eloc'k
at the Union.
The district representative of the Fed-
eral. board for vocational education
will be in room 301, University hall,
Monday from 1:30 to 4 to consult
.all federal board students concern-
ing work in the Summer session.

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which the Bolshe-
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to defend Kiev.

CONtINUE SEARCh FOR
ANTHRAX TO STOCK YARDS
Chicago, May 8.--Search for the dan-.
gerous anthrax bacillus which has t4-,
en. five lives in Chicago recently was
extende to stockyards district yes-.
terday on orders of Health Commis-
sioner Robertson. '

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Are you "Just-a Wife?" Did
you marry for love or .for social
position? See "JUST A WIFE"
at The Arcade today, tomorrow
and Tuesday..

"Patrons lproclaimed 'Just at
Wife' best production of the sea-
son. I consider this one of the un-
usual productions of the year."-
W. H. Clune, Los Angeles. See
this at iThe Arcade today.,

i Who won out? The
was "just his wife" or 1
tary? See Kathlyn Wi
"Just a Wife"-ARCAI

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KAM TO
IN 2 GAMES

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MYRNQ SHARLOW

Photo by Rentschler
ALBERT A. STANLEY

Photo by Moffett
FREDERICK STOCK

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R 'N^TQ 7ANFT'

May 8.-Princeton has ar-
o football games with Chi-
tagg of Chicago announced
The first willb e played, at
in' 1921 and the second at

ANN ARBOR'S GREATEST

J.

TB PLANNING DANCE;
CT OFFICERS TUESDAY
of the Dixie club of' the
are planning a dance. for
n men at -Michigan. They
'uesgay night at the Union
further plans. There will
election of officers for next

MAY

FES.TIV

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En'fO by A sP iShic
LEN~~ORA SPARKES

an

A GALAXY OF "STARS" FROM T H E METROPOLITAN
AND CHICAGO OPERAS AND O T H E R CELEBRITIES
BOTH VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
SIX CONCERTS1
FOUR DAYS MAY 19,20,21, 22'
COURSE TICKETS- $4.50 - $5,00 - $6.00. FOR SINGLE CONCERTS-
$1.00 - $1.50 - $2.00. NOW ON SALE AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC.

I J.IS.LU U, .U1tltL1
EDWA&RD JOHNSON

'S LARGEST HOTEL
TO BE BUILT IN CHICAGO
o, May 8. - Plans for the
hotel in the world-were made
oday. The hotel will be in
s, with the present Edgewa-
h Hotel as one unit{ and will
ree city blocks on Lake Mich-
I Sheridan Road. The archi-
ve planned 4,000 rooms.
st is estimated at $15,000,000.
r seating 2,500, 40 kitchen-
those who desire to cook their
ils and one 16-story unit for
s are features. A minimum
f $15 a day in one of theI
contemplated.
ichigan Daily, the only miorn-
ir in Ann Arbor, contains all
st Campus, City and World

rrooto by Apeda
JOSEF LHEVINNE

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EDWIN ARTHUR KRAFT

pnoto by lcvisAn lurus.
WILLIAM WHEELER

JAMES H!

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