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EGAN DAILY

THlE WJITINEY
fseat .reservations for the'
of D. W. Griffith's. wonder'
Wlay D~own East," opened
orning, at the box office of
*theatre and are selling'
presentations begin nextj
ight and continue daily
pith matinees in the after-,
ightly for, the remaining
"Way Down East" is a
tof that delightful storyo
land rural life which Lot-
,rker and Joseph R. Gris-
familiar upon the Ameni-,
overing a period of more;
e. By Griffith's treatment
a new art, vibrant with a
all but too fastly passing
and infused wi4 realism,
ss plus the finest mingling
scenies~ ever conceived for

lan Ameriean .drama. -Music adds itsf
charm to this swelling appeal and the
combination spells a new form of ex-
pression to every sense that seeks the
playhouse for entertainment and illus-
tration.
It is deemed essential to advise the
readers of this paper that "Way Down
East" is going to pack the theatre from
the opening presentation and it will
be prudent for you to make your res-
'ervations well in advance and before
the word of its singular power and
charm puts seats: ini the. greatest de-,
mand.
xtra Copies of "Sophs" Obtainable
Pour hundred extra copies of
I"Soplis," the booklet published by theI
.literary class of 1923, will be dis-
tributed this afternoon. Any soph. lit
w hodi not receive a copy or who
desires another may secure one from
1l to 3 o'clock this afternoon at the
Daily office.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
DON' F'ORGET

NAVAL MILITiA HISTORY-
TO APERTHIS MONTH
BOOK CONTAINS RECORDS OF _ALLT
MEN IN UNIVERSITY
DIVISIONS
Editing of the history of the former
University divisions of the Michigan
Naval Militia is completed, and it is~
expected that the book will make its
appearance sometime about the middle
of this month.
The history, which was compiled un-
der, the direction of Prof. S. R. Hayden
of the political science department,
will be complete in its treatment of
the organization of the divisions of theI
naval militia here in 1915, their train-
ing while in school, their mobilization,
their training at Great Lakes and at the
rifle ranges, and their active service in
the railway. batteries in France.
The book will also contain the serv-
ice record of every man connected with
the former organizations here from the
Readly to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a1.m. to 1-1),pxi~
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN 'SHOP SUEY
'85 CEINTS
CHINEfi andi AMERICAN Style'
Short Orders
Qxzazx~ TtiugLo
615 Libertv St. >E
Mother's',D.a y
tSunday, May 8

time of his enlistment to mhis release.
Ten full pages of pictures will aid in
the description of the events and the
actions: of the units. These pictures
were mostly, taken by men in the
militia. A three- pag~e insert, the group
picture of the two divisions;, will also
be published with the book..
Believing that such a publication
would be of inte;rest to the men who
were enrolled in the divisions, the
campus association of the former
members of the University divisions of
the Michigan Naval Militia undertook
to compile thle volume, beginning their
work dui-nu the last school year, Thel
committee in charge consisted of Pro-
fessor ayvden, Roy-..Burley, ex'19,
Walter M. Simpson, '31M, and Fred-
erick W. Hartmaua, '221N. The latter is
president of the cam,1puzs organization
anud ha3s charge of the distribution and
business manllagement of the volume.
ClE7CIIE f'RANCAlS TO HOLD
31I;SINE S S MEETING TONI C T
Members of the Cercle Francais will
hold a business session at 7:15 o'clock
this evening in the Cercle Francais I
rooms1 in the south wing of University
hall. Besides the business' session, a
surveyr of the~club's activities for the
past year will bhe made and a report
of the recent play, " Ise Bougeois Gen-
tilhomme' made.
BUS LINE
ADRIAN-TECUSE-ANN ARBOR
C,: iiSt ad dTinec
Sun-
NORTH Week day
A.M. P.M.
fv. _A(riant-Main (~nr........ 7.45 4:00
L%- c,1 s1,A: C .+ s.,. S.Z5 4:40
Lv, Sln-ai rnr........9:35 5:50,
Ar. Ann_ iio -Min & huron.,,..io :io 6:25
-SOUTH P.M. P.M.
IN.~ Anpro-uren); th Ai V-, ? :35 7 :00
7,v. Salin \-M a Cllrn(r........5 :11) 7;3 5
Lv. ino-Ma orr.......:;) 8 :25
Lv. Tecumsehl- Main Crners. : 6:2u 9:45
Ar.: Ad rian--Main tCornrs..... 7 :009:25
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if costs you no more.

This is one of
r many styles of
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ready for your
immediate use
at six dollars.
qfTREBOR will smoke cool and
sweet from the, start. The ivory stop-
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any bad taste or discomfort.
.If you have never smoked a pipe, the
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proud of. .A veteran pipe smoker will
appreciate the specially seasoned fine old
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Drop in and see the TRE'BOR at
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cigarette tobaccos of all other lands-
Murad gives you real enjoyment, and true
delight such as no Tobacco other than 100% ]Pure
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n graduates of The Univ-ersity> of Michigan have attended the School,
aing the present year.
registration for 1921-'22 is limited to three hundred in the first-year
s. Applications after Maiy 1st should be accomlpained by a certified
ript of the college re.cord.
For inform~ation write to'
Dean W. B. Donham, University 451
rvard Graduate School of Business Administration
Cambridge, Massachusetts

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