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NUMBER 2

iLWnD IJL[UUJ
TO FIGHT IRIH
-GEDDES
British Ambassador Declares
ere Is No Quarrel Between
the Two People
E IRELAND TO GRAPPLE
TS OWN TROUBLES IE SAYS
(By Associated Press)
York, April 19.-Declaring that
generation there is no quarrel
n England and Ireland, Sir
and Geddes, new British ambas-
to the United States, asserted on
rival here today that the Irish
and should be allowed to grap-
;h their own political difficulties
.t outside interference.
rting that it takes two to make.
rel and that the present genera-
f Englishmen have steadfastly
I to quarrel with Ireland, he
iat when the new Home Rule
comes operative it "will be the
f all British subjects who Are
niciled in Ireland to stand aside
ave those who live there to solve
problem.
nture to,-add," Sir Auckland con-
, "that if the many in all parts
world, who are not Dritish sub-
>ut are interested in Ireland,
e will stand outside and leave
sh to grapple with their own
al difficulty, it will also be help-
Auckland also referred to the
n situation, stating that until
- returns to the circle of pro-
and trading nations, economic
ons of the world and the cost
ig cannot be placed on a nor-
oting anywhere.

JMBER I

(Continued from Page One)
afternoon where the Rotarians were
holding a meeting and sang a number1
of Michigan songs. They also aided
the Ann Arbor Rotary club in intro-
ducing a new state of Michigan song
set to music of "Laudes Atque Carm-
ina," which was well received by the
Rotarians. Later in the afternoon the
men were taken out to the Postum
plant in cars provided by the alumni,
and to other points of interest in Bat-
tle Creek. After the performance that
night there was a dance at the Athel-
stan club-the train leaving about 3
o'clock.
Grand Rapids Lands Opera
Bad. weather once again overtook
the opera at Grand Rapids and it rain-
ed all day on Thursday. The company
was entertained at the Peninsular
club where luncheon and dinner were
served. A dance was also held there
in the afternoon. The morning and
early part of the afternoon was spent
in seeing the sights of the -city and
visiting furniture plants. A capacity
house greeted the show that night at
the Powers theater. It appeared to be
a gala night for Grand Rapids and so-
ciety turned out en masse. The next
day the Grand Rapids Herald in its
review of the opera stated that "it is
the best opera ever seen here, both
by merit of its ingeniousness and lav-
ishness of production."
Sing "Yellow and Blue"
Between the first act and the inter-
lude the "Yellow and Blue" and other
Michigan songs were sung by the
company and audience. Bob Bennett,
'18, former Varsity cheer leader, came
out on the stage and led the audience
in a number of Michigan yells and
cheers for the cast. After the- per-
formance another dance was staged at
the Peninsular club.
Rain and snow followed the com-
pany to Chicago where the next per-
formance was given Friday night. The
men had the use of the City club while
there but no other entertainment was
provided the alumni stating that it was
thought they would probably have
plans of their own for seeing the "big
city." The immense Auditorium was
pretty well filled by an enthusiastic
audience. This performance was pi'ob-
ably the best on the road. The stage
was large and the audience free with
their 'applause which made the men
feel full of pep and vigor. The "Yel-
low and Blue" and other Michigai
songs were sung between acts.
It was the general opinion. of the
alumni present that it was the best
Michigan opera that had ever come to
Chicago while many stated it was the
best college production they had ever
seen.
Detroit House Sold Out
Orchestra Hall in Detroit was sold
out long before the date of perform-
ance. There was standing room only
Saturday night when the show be-
gan and very little of that. The opera
was met with the same enthusiasm
here that was evident all along the
tour. The men were entertained at
the University club during the day
and that night were invited to a din-
ner dance at the Statler Hotel.
The general comments on the show
in all the cities played were practic-
ally the same as in Ann Arbor. The
music in particular, was generally
conceded to be above the par of most
productions of this nature and most
persons declared themselves to be
rather agreeably surprised at the in-
genious plot .and the settings which
characterized the opera throughout.
The men on the trip were gratified
with the treatment which they receiv-
ed in every city visited and the man-
agement was well pleased with their
conduct throughout the tour.
Director E. Mortimer Shuter ler

Sunday for Chicago where he will
start work on the University of Chi-
cago's play "Barbara Behave," for
Blackfriars.

EASTERN PRODUCER COMES TO
GANN ARBOR TO WITNESS OPERA
WH A TS VIIGI V
4 Edwin Melvin of J. P. Morgan Co., at-
tends Thursday Evening
TUESDAY Performance
4:30-University Girls' Glee club prac-
tices in Barbour gymnasium.i
7 00-Freshman band meets in George Did It merit imita-
vrsity Hal.UI tion? This is the question, that Mr.
7:15-Training class for scout leaders Edwin Melvin, of J. P. Morgan com-
n pany of New York, came here to de-
in high school. Icide during the presentation of this
7:15-Important meeting of Sphinx in year's opera. He witnessed the
room 306 of the Union. 'Thursday evening performance.
7:30-Triangles meet in room 325 of Mr. Melvin has for the past eight
the Union. years had charge of th'e annual play
7:30-Michigan Dames meet In Lane which J. P. Morgan company produces
hall. for their employees at the Pennsyl-
vania Hotel. The characters of the
WEDNESDAY ,lay are chosen from more than 300
4:15-Dean John R. Effinger lectures men and women employees.
on the play, "L'Ami Fritz" in room Mr. Melvin thas recently put on "In
205 Tappan hall. !the Land of Make Believe," as this
7:00-Junior Girls' play rehearsal in year's musical, which is similar to the
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Impor- Union operas, in that the employees
tant changes will be made. write the plots and design and make
the costumes. and sometimes build the
THURSDAY scenery.
7 :00-Junior Girls' play rehearsal II Not knowing what women will be
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. available each year Mr. Melvin has
had to decide whether an all male cast
FRIDAY will be acceptable for hi sproductions.
6:30-Episcopal students' banquet in
Harris hall. TEXAS GOVERNOR PROTESTS
MEXICAN TROOP MOVEMENT
U-NOTICES ~~~
Il Circolo d'Annunzio will meet Wed- Austin, Tex., April 19. - Vigorou
I+rotest sagainst the Dronosed move-

FLOWERS FLOWMRING PLANTS
Cousins & Hall
Members Florists Telegraph. Delivery
phone 11$ 1902 S. Univ.
THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET
5.Laboratory Supplies
Drug. StorefrMerchandise
L

It's in the Tailoring,

When you see a man whose clothes have that look of being
decidedly different and better you imagine it's in tho cost.
It isn't that so much. It's the tailoring that foes it.

nesday evening at i7 o'clock in room
305 University hall.
SPEAKER FOR PHI BETA KAPPA
INITIATION, MAY 28. CHOSEN
Alexander Meiklejohn, president of
Amherst college, has been secured as
the principal speaker for the Phi Beta,
Kappa initiation which will be held
May 28. The lists of seniors eligible
for election will be mailed out to the
faculty- forrecommendations the early
part of this week. An unusually largeI
number are on the list this year.
Calvert-Townley to Speak Wednesday
Mr. Calvert Townley, president of
the American Institute of Electrical
engineers, will speak at 4:30 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon in room- 348,
Engineering building. All engineer-
ing students are urged by the men in
charge to be present.

ment of Mexican troops through Texas
in a campaign against the rebels of
Sonora were made by Governor W.
P. Hobby in a telegram to Bainbridge
Colby, secretary of state, today. The
governor said he was (inalterably op-
posed to the movement of Mexican
troops over Texas soil since it would
endanger the lives and property of
American citizens living on or near
the border between Texas and Mexico.
PEAN EFFINGER TO LECTURE ON
FRENCH PLAY, "LPIA FRITZ"
Dean John R. Effinger will lecture
on the play "L'Ami Fritz," at 4:15
o'clock Wednesday, in room 205, Tap-
pan hall. This play will be presented
by the Cercle Francais on May 3 and
the lecture will be for the purpose of
making it better understood and more
interesting.

Lxtra Trousers

We have purchased most all our Suitings
you will get double wear by buying that way.
much you should consider the extra trousers ai

with extra trousers.
When suits cost so
good ipvestment.

SUPT$ AT $65.00; WITH EXTRA TROUSERS $80.00
We have a nondcrful shoziig ip Woolens at this figure
SEE OUR WINDQW DJSPLAY

'Continued from Page One)
and no fresh hurlers Coach
;ren called second baseman Kar-
o the mound. Karpus was a
r in prep school days and dem-
ted clearly Friday that he has
one of his old cunning when he
Vanderbilt hitless for five inn-
using a fast ball and a spitter
completely fogled the opposing
en.
Yost Entertains
members of the team are united
claiming Fielding H. Yost as
an entertainer as a football
Coach Yost met the nine at
ille and entertained the party at
ne after the games with Van-
t. The men were shown a royal
by Coach Yost and recall their
wvith .him as one of the bright-'
ots on the trip.
'eorgia and Alabama the Wolver-
were met by large crowds and
the games with these institu-
the stands were packed and the
were playing the southern tunes
elodies. The greatest difficulty,
ling to Dutch Saunders, was in
standing the decisions of the
rn umpires. Foul and fair
ed so much alike when called
se arbitrers that the men ex-
ced some perplexity over de-
s. Not a few of the players are
Sthe effects of the sunburn re-
on the tour.
ERSITY SPEAKERS URGE
[MER SESSION ATTENDANCE
last Friday, April 16, all the
rs of the Detroit public schools
3led and were addressed by
rs from the University with the
f encouraging attendance at the
er Session. The meetings were
' three different places and were
attended. At Northern high
the teachers were addressed by
John R. Effinger, Prof. I. L.
ian, and Prof. J. B. Edmondson.
itral high school the meeting
ldressed by Dean V. C. Vaughan,
~. 0. Davis and Librarian W. W.
. At the Board of Commerce
g Dean E. H. Kraus and Prof.
rackson addressed the teachers.
meetings were the first of their
ver held in the country and sat-
n. was expressed at the results
plished.
ENGINEERS PLAN SECOND
NNUAL DANCE FOR MAY 21
21 has been named as the date
second annual soph engineers''
According to Arthur.D. Stauff-4
E, this dance will be held at4
ir gymnasium, and general ar-
vents will be about the same as1
ar.
Mchlgazn DaIly, the only- memu.

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One pound in a package.
We also have envelopes to
match. If it is true that
the good taste of a person
is expressed by the quali-
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your taste will be estab-
lished with your friends.
The texture and quality of
Cascade is, known from
Coast to Coast.
Sale Price
Two 510
POUNDS

WED, THU RS~ FRI. SATURDAY
April 21, 22, 23, 24
ONE CENT will buy any article mentioned
in this advertisement regardless of its re-
tail value--providing a second article of the
same kind is purchased at our regular price.
You pay full price for the first and get a
second article for ONE CENT.

200 Cups of Tea for. .le
Liggett's Rpeko Tea ,
Two Kiq g - 1p. ps.
Qra ge Pekee

Mixed Green aw
Standard Price
ONE-HALF
POUND PKG.

id Black --;-=
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650 TWO %-LM 6
PKGS. FOR

NUMBER 3

REX ALL TOILET ARTICLES
95c Antiseptic Tooth Powder................. .... .2 for 6e
66c Cream of Almonds......................2 for 36c
26e Nice (for Perspiration) ,f..........................2 for 26c
25c Pearl Tooth Powder......,..,.A :,..... ..............2 for 26c
R5e Toilet Cream , *.,2 for S6c
25c Tooth Paste ...,,,, ,,......... ...... . . fr26
60c Cocoa Butter Cold Cream ...,,,,,... ..... . o c
$1.00 Septone Hair Tonic ,.., .,.,, ,,,,.,,,.,..,.,, ...0 fr 1.1
$1.00 Boquet Ramee Face Powder .........., ,,,,,... for $1.01
$1.00 Violet Toilet Water .............................2 for 1.01
50c Boquet Ramee Talcum ...............2 for 510
50c Violet Dulce Vanishing Cream....................2 for Me
50c Charmona Face Powder.......... ..............2 for 516
35c Perotone Vanishing Cream ..........................2 for 86c
60e Rolling Massage Cream ..:................... ....2 for 61c
25c Trailing Arbutus Talcum................. ........2 for 26c
25c Klenzo Tar Soap ..................................2 for 26c
25c Cuticle Solvent ... . ................................2 for 26e
40c Tooth Brushes...................................2 for 41c
50c Harmony Liquid Shampoo........ ................2 for file
$9g Tubes Riker's Cold Cream ........................2 for Me
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REXALL REMEDIES AND SUNDRIES
15c Cascade Linen Envelopes-4 pkgs............... 36c
25c Cedar Moth Compound................... ..2 for 26c
45c Cherry Bark Cough Syrup..... .......... ....2 for 36c
25c Improved Cold Tablets ............. ................2 for 26c
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(Continued from Page One)
hear strikers, he said, would have the
effect of sending all of the strikers
back to work, many of whom had been
lead astray in the belief that the board
might recognize them.
Delegations Appear
Delegations, claiming to represent
railroad men of all crafts in various
cities who have quit work, appeared
at the offices of the board today, de-
manding "assurance of a substantial
increase in wages" which they said
would send strikers back to work.
They composed an unorganized asso-
ciation known as the Railroad Work-
ers of America and insisted that they
still maintained their membership in.
the recognized unions since they had
not "struck" but had only "gone on a
vacation."
Campus news, student doings, news
of the outside world, are all to be.

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A perfect dentrifice, anti-
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Standard Price Tbls Sale

FOUR DAYS ONLY
April 21, 22, 23,24

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A delightful preparation,
made of the finest Italian
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purified.
Contains the combined
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