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Public Kitchen
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Every day regular dinners are-pre-
pared at the kitchen and sent to 18
families, kept hot by means of elec-
tricall'y healted containers. The kitch-
en was the result of a wish, expressed
in the presence of Mrs. Coprich, the
operator of the kitchen, that some-
one would start au.community kitchen
in Ann Arbor similar to the ones that
have been operating with success in
the East for some time..
Any meal that can be prepared can
be sent in the containers, which, in-
stead of being constructed on the plan
of 'a fireless cooker, as most of such
containers in use are, may be at-
tached to the electric current, upon
their arrival at their destination, and
heated electrically to any temperature
desired. This type of container is the
patent of W. F. Sclew, of Ann Arbor,
and is manufactured by local con-
cerns.
The weekly menus includersoups and
meats of all varieties and as an ex-
ample of the practicability of the sys-
tem, one 'can have a Sunday dinner
consisting of soup, baked chicken,
dressing, mashed and sweet potatoes,
gravy, cake and fruit salad.
RED CROSS HANDLES 226 CASES
EMPHASIZE DISABILITY CLAUSE
Report of the civilian relief depart-
ment of the local chapter of the Amer-
ican Red Cross shows a total of 226
cases handled during the month of
February.
In addition to the ordinary services.
of financial relief and adjustment of
claims with the war department, the
chapter has obtained additional trav-
el pay for 12 men, duplicate discharg
,es for two, additional compensation
for seven, and lost equipment for one.
It has made the necessary arrange-
ments for 27 men who were disabled
in the service and wished to apply for
yocational training, and has attended
to the physical examination and com-
pensation applications of seven men
whose disabilities have increased
since their discharge from the serv-
ice
Te department wished to lay espe-
cial stress on the fact that men who
have suffered from. any disability in
service, however slight, should (apply
to the war department for a certificate
of disability within a year from the1
time of their discharge. r

SATURDAY
0 A. 1.-Swininung team practic
in city Y. M. C. A.
,:15-Iota Sigma Pi meets in roow
122 of Chemistry building. Membe
requested to be present.
1:00-Wrestling matches in Water-
man gymnasium.
5:00-Menorah board of directors and
program committee meets in. Lane
hall. a.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
at 444 S. State Street.
:00-Newark, N. J., club meets in
room 306 of Union.
7.:30- Michigan-W~iconsin. basketball
game in Waterman gymnasium.
7:30-Craftsman club meets In Mas-
onic temple. .
7:30 - Interdenominational young
people's guild party in Lane hall.
7':30-Miss Sawyer, nurse from China,
will speak at the closed Student
Volunteer meeting in 'Lane hall.
8:0-Strickland Gillilan speaks in
Hill auditorium.-
8:30-Choral Union party in School
of Music.
SUNDAY
3:00-Coniplimentary twilight recital
in Hill auditorium.
3:00-Medical lecture in Houioeopath-
ic hospital.
6:00 Social half-hour at the Metho-
dist church. Light refreshments
will be served.
6:00-Social half hour andmeeting of
the Baptist guild.'
6:30-Christian Endeavor meeting in
Presbyterian church. Social half
hour preceding.
6:30-Prof. Alfred H. Lloyd speaks to
Unitarian guild forum on "An Intel-
lectual Adventure." Light supper
will be served at 5:45 o'clock.
6: 0-Wesleyan Guild meets. Gordon'
Avery will lead.
6:30-Plymouth guild meeting in Con-
gregational church. Recital by pu-
pils of the School of Music.
7:30-Union church social at Lane
hall.
7:30-Graham R. Taylor of Chicago,
speaks in Methodist church to Wes-
leyan guild on "Impressions of the
Revolution in Russia and the East."
MONDAY
7:00- -Men's chapter of Cosmopolitan
club holds sing in room 305 /of Uni-
versity hall. Bring Michigan song
book.

7 :30-Mandolin club practice in Un.
iversity hall.
7 :30-Mlchlin-Miiinesota basketball
gamein Waterman gymnasium.
_S:60 - Detroit Symphony orchestra
concert in Hill auditorium. Ossip
Gabrilowitsch, conductor, and Lois
M. Johnson, soprano.
8:00--Sophomore engineers will meet
in room 34S, Engineering building.
Assist. Dean W. H. Butts will speak.
t-NOTICES
All members of Comedy club are re-
quested to read Maugham's "Mrs.
Dot" and Shaw's "You Never Can
Tell" before the meeting on March
11.
AERO CLUB WILL HEAR
MAJOR BOOTS NEXT TUESDAY
Major William Boots, commandant
of Selfridge field, Mt. Clemens, Mich-
igan, will speak on "The Status of Re-
serve Military Aviators" at a meeting
of the Michigan Aeronautical society
to be held at 7:30 o'clock next Tu1-
day night in room 306 of the Union.
The major will explain the opportu-
nities that will be open to the men
at his camp this spring.
Try to Get Plane
All men who have been army or
navy aviators or who are now studs-
ing aeronautical engineering are wel-
come. Oliver J. Hall, '23E, president
of the society, reports that efforts are
being made to secure a machine for
the use of the efub.
A business session which ivas post-
poned from last Wednesday; will be
held after the speech. The chief busi-
ness will be the consideration of a
proposed contitution and the election
of officers.
RUSS, N REVOLUTION FAR
AtEAC1HIG SAYS TORONTO PROF.
The reverberation of the Russian
revolution has gone out over all the
world and we find ourselves shaking
from it; in this country the govern-
ment finds it difficklt to restrain dis-
cussion of the radical problem in a
way that will be compatible with law
and order," is the statement of Mr.
John W. Hewson, of the University of
Toronto, made last night to the Cos-
mopolitan club in a speech on, "World
Turmoil."
President Approves Crane as Minister
Washington, March 5.-The nomin-
ation of Charles Robert Crane as min-
ister to Chiua was sent by the Pres-
ident to the senate, Thursday.

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.TOR RECORDS for March are here. Our allotment,
hich has been delayed for several days in transit, has
reached Ann Arbor- and we take this opportunity of
ying our patrons. We regret the delay, to be sure,
:he March records are certainly 'worth waiting for.
egin with, consider this quartet of "toe-teasers," two
Zich are made by new orchestras-
Behind Your Silken Veil. . ....... . ........ . . . . . . .Roses at Twilight
Yerkes Jazzdrimba Orchestra
Mystery ......................................... Oh!
Paul Biese and His Novelty Orchestra
You'd Be Surprised........... ......... ..........Keep Movin'
All Star Trio
Apple Blossoms . .. .............. . . .. ..... ....Carolina Sunshine
Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra

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NARD comes to Victor this month with a record
,now What I Mean"' and."Bell Hop Blues.'" There
good popular song records, in addition to the
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Rigoletto-Piangi, Fanciulla . . .... ... ......Calli-Curci and De Luca
A La Luna ........................................De Cogorza
Last Tears ............................. . Destinn
MyJesus, as Thou Wilt..............................Braslau
That Tumble-Down Shack in Athlone.................McCormack
Rienzi Overture (Parts Iand II) .:............ Philadelphia Orchestra
Kol Nidrei .............................. Elman
Malaguena......................... . ........ Cortot
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HART. SCHAFFNER & MARX
FINE STYLES IN SPRING
Suits and Top Coats
Are-ready for the inspection of those who
desire to change from the heavy garments
of winter to those of spring. We are show-
ing a fine assortment of styles and have a
good range of colors and patterns from
which to select.
$35, $40, $45, $47 to $65
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Tickets 50c,

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