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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRI

Handbooks Ready AOPLEY 1ES Bishop To Confirm
For New Freshmen F i tte en Classes

War Orphans May
Frustrate Kaiser

Copies of the freshman handbook,
outlining Michigan traditions and

U I 1111 il I UNfl Fifteen confirmation classes in Pro- New York, March 1-(By A. P.)-
testant Episcopal parishes in Detroit, Reports from Berlin that former Em-
Ypsilanti, and Ann Arbor, expecting peror Wilhelm and his wife were con-
Bourke Cckran, Represen.tative From to be con rmed during March by Bish- templating a move from Doorn to
ourkeDika, pes denlye F op Charles D. Williams, will be cared Wilhelm's former summer palace,
New York, for by Bishop Charles M. Beckwith, of Castle Achilleion, on the island . of
Wtshlngton Montgomery, Ala. Corsu, :today, led Cjildes Dickey, sec-
Bishop Beckwith will officiate at the retary of the Near East relief, to ob-
WIDELY KNOWN AS SPEAKER confirmations in Grace Church, D- serve that they had a big surprise in
OF FORCE AN) CONVICTION troit, Sunday morning. Sunday even- store for them for Castle Achilleion
ing he will confirm the class at St.torehortem1formCas A oron
WasingonMarh -(B A.P.)--Thomas church and Wednesday even- now houses 1 00O Armenian warE or
Death today stilled the voice of ing he will administer confirmations with the permission of the Greeks.
W. Bourke Cockran, conceded to have I at St. Philip ani St. Stephen's c1urch,'The palace has been turned over to1
been one of the most eloquent ora- Detroit. The Near Eot commission to help
tors who ever spoke from the floor of I Th Bes f later confimations by salvage and to help shelter the war
congress. Bishop Beckwith are: March 11, St. lorphans.
The famous speaker, a Democratic Andrew's; March 13, Emmanuel;
representative from New York, died March 16; St. Joseph's Sunday, March
at t 7:30aoctormi smorning from a 18, he will come to St. Andrews in Got a room to rent A Daily classi-
stroke0 o aplexy.Las mrningt hem aAnn Arbor and to St. Luke's in Ypsi- fled ad will flnda roomer.-Adv-
stroke of apoplexy. Last night he .lni ach2,Cuc o u a-
-,,,, lanti. March 21, Church of Our Say-

SsELEBRITIES I VITE) TO E at $6, will be given out from 1 to 5
PRESEINT AT MILITARY BALL o'clock next Tuesday and Wednesday
in the lobbiy of the Union. These,
(Continued from Page One) after being filled out, are to be sent
to the military ball committee, 1325
Arthur, of the It. 0. T. C., and Mrs. Washteniliahpnie.
Arthur; an(I Major Willis Shippam, al-Wshna avue
so of the R. 0. T. C., and Mrs. Ship-
pam. Rising Apiinst Greeks Reported
-Heading the lit of patrons and pa- Berne, March 1--(By A. P.)-Bul-
tronesses will be President Marion L. garians today reported an anti-Greek
Burton and Mrs. Burton, and President uprising near Xanthi, in Thrace.
Emeritus Harry B. Hutchins and Mrs.
Hutchins. In addition all of the Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv.
Regents and the Deans of the var-_*
ious schools, Shirley W. Smith, sec- SHV ERT Mights, 50.75"$1.00
retary, and Robert I. Campbell, treas- MI CHIGAN pop. Mats. Tus.,
I Thums.and Sat.,
urer, and their wives have been in- 25c and 50c
vite(. The Bonstello Company
Plans for the entertainment of in the ConeCy of Youth and Romance
these people are being form fe tel ThE NAR M SohnOOL
by the newly appointed recepion 71 H R COL
committee. This will consist of Dr. By Alice DuorMiller & Robt. Milton
Joseph S. Galland, of the RomanceNights M - 50e to
languages department; Prof. Charles GARRiCK W.M. 5 to
B. Vibbert, of the philosophy depart- Sat. Mat. - 50c to $2.5
ment; Prof. William H. Hobbs, of the The Messrs .Shubert present
geology department; and Dr. Harry T. The Radiant and Magnetic
Folger of the zoology department. MAR JRIE RAMBEAU
It has been announced that applica- in the Comedy of Many Manners
tions for tickets, which will be sold "THE GOLDFISH"

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delivered 'a vigorous dlenunciationo
the farm credits legislation pending injiour, Detroit; Palm Sunday, March 25,
the house and later he elebratdginSt. Paul's Cathedral (morning), St.I
sixty-nins anniversrcelebrated his John's (evening); March 26, St.3
sixty-ninth anniversary with an oldiGeorge's; March 27, Church of thel
fashion birthday party likened by Messiah; March 28, Church of the
those who attended to the gatherings . .
of childhood days. Epiphany; March 29, Trinity Church.
Was Apparently in Good Health Uamago Suit -Started
Apparently in the botst of healthIWashington, March 1-(By A.P.)-
Mr. Cockran entered into the spirit Damages amounting to $20,000 are
of the occasion with all his heart. He brought in a" suit filed today in the 1
repealtedly remarked to those about District of Columbia supreme court
him that he "never had felt better." against Senator Caraway of Arkansas,
After his guests had departed he by Harry Wallerstein, a veterans' bu-
was stricken with a headache and reau employee, for injuries alleged to
soon lapsed into unconsciousness. have been sustained during a clash on
There were many high lights in the a street here several days ago. The
life of Mr. Cockran but those which l encounter drew out of an argument;
have stood out were his oratorical ef- or. , street car.
forts at Democratic national conven-
tions and of these perhaps the most interfraternlity Wrestling Matclies'
remembered by the present genera-' The following interfraternity wres-
tion was the crossing of swords with tling matches will take place this eve-
William Jennings Bryan at the 1920 ning: 7 o'clock, Delta Upsilon vs. Phi
gathering in San Francisco. Sigma. Delta; 7:30, Phi Kappa Sigma!
Made Remarkable Convention Speech vs. Delta Chi; 8, Delta Ta.u UpsilonI
Mr. Cochran placed in nomination vs. Phi Mu Alpha.; 8:30, Phi Deltaj
for president, Gov. Alfred E. Smith Theta vs. Lambda Chi Alpha.
of New York, and when he had con-
cluded he received one of the most Fraternities Bowl Tonight
remarkable ovations in American po- Teams slated to bowl tonight at the
litical convention.s. Union in the interfraternity tourna-I
Recently he had taken little part in ment which is being conducted by the
the debate on the floor of the house. intramural department are the fol-
Members were reluctant to inter- lowing: Phi Beta Pi, Delta Theta Phi,
rupt him when he. began to speak be- Delta Upsilon, and Hermitage.
cause as they explained "they prefer- 1
ed to listen." Representative Mondell Iowa Gapie Tickets Going Fast
of Wyoming, Republican leader, said Tickets for the Iowa game Sat-
he was the greatest orator of his urday night are selling rapidly, re-
time, while Representative Garrett of ports the Athletic association. Stu-'
Tenneqsee, Democratic leader declar- dent desiring tickets should call the
ed him to have been one of the great- Athletic association immediately. The
est of all times. tickets are selling for 75 cents. 1
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. Patronize Dally advertisers.-Adv.'

LEO DITRICHSTEIN
in his supreme success, "THE
PURPLE MASK", a play of the
Napoleonic period of 1803, stag-
ed by Winthrop Ames, with its
picturesque costumes, investiture
of wealth and a full complement of
thirty in the cast, was chosen by
"The Committee of Three" repre-
senting "American Theatres' Man-
agers' Association" as the first at-
traction to make a transcontinental
tour under its assurance and guar-
antee. Prices will not be advanced
beyond the range of $1.00 to $2.50,
and mail orders will now be filled
promptly when accompanied for
remittance plus ten per cent tax
and self-addressed envelope. The
date set for Ann Arbor is March
12, at the
Whitney Theatre
0. D. Morrill
17 Nickels Arcade

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SAMPLES
Permanently on Display at
GUYWOOLFOLK & CO.
334 South State Street
Ann Arbor. Alichigan
Designed by
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WHITEHOUSE & HARDY
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BROADWAYAT 40" STREET 144 WEST42N1 StREEU
METRrPOLn'AN OmItOUSE BLDG, KICKESOCKEA BULDING
NEW YORK

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Three Great Lectures Dorothy Canfield . Mar. 6
Hill Auditorium -8 P. M. Hamlin Garland . Mar. 27 -
- Alfred Kreymbourg. Apr. 2
Literary Lecture Series
under Auspices of American Association of University Women and "Whim-
sies." Tickets-$1.00 and $1.25 for entire series. Single Admissions, 50c
and 75c. On sale at Graham's and Wahr's.
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Is Just One Pretty
Girl After Another

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