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ThE IvJCHIGAN .DAILY SUNDAY,

MAINTAINED ON SUGAR
RDERS BY CERTIFICATES
hoarders caught at this time
dealt with severely, according
instructions received here by
food administrator A. D
from the federal food admin-
at Lansing. Certificates upon'
sugar is obtained for canning
s will be filed alphabetically

in the offices of the food adminstra-
tor, thus making it possible to tell
whether anyrfamily is getting its due
Iproportion or not.
Story-TelngC (lass t Give Program
Prof. 1. K. Immel's University class
in story-telling for children will give
a public story hour at 4 o'clock. The
program will last one hour. It will
be given in Room 302, Mason hall.

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FRATERNITIES

Arrange for Your

GROUP PHOTOGRAPHS

Unsurpassed' Accommodations

'HONE 948-W

619 E. LIBERTY

P. Mats,
e., Thur.
., 25&50c

GARRICK

Nights
25c, 50c &
75c

This Week Seats Now Selling
9T H ANNUAL SEASON-2ND WEEK

The

Bonstelie
Company

MECHANICS GET HEAVY
SSCHEDULE ON SATURDAY
LIBE T A UTO ASSEMBLED AD)
SHIPPED BY SPECIAL
STUDENTS
Saturday's schedule of duties for the
first training detachment is entirely
different from the routine of work on
week days. On this particular day,
the men are given a wide variation of
duties, ranging from class work in the
University shops to the weekly inspec-
tion.
After the preliminary duties of the
day are finished, the men march to the
University shops at 8 o'clock, where
they remain until 9 o'clock. The dif-
ferent companies fall in line and march
down to Ferry field for company drill.
If the drill is smooth and accurate
the men return to the barracks be-
fore 11 o'clock, but in case the form-
ations are not as perfect as they
should be, the time for drill is extend-
ed.
Men Complete Two Schools
The training men have already gone
through the school of the squad and
the school of the platoon. At the
present time they are mastering the
skirmish drill. Strict military dis-
cipline, not only on the field, but in
the barracks andUniversity shops, is
maintained at all times
immediately after the Saturday
morning drill on Ferry field, the sold-
iers are marched back to their re-
spective barracks and take shower
baths. One of the most important ad-
juncts of the training received by the
men is the teaching of sanitation.
Everything must be thoroughly sani-
tary and must meet with the approv-
al of the commanding officer.
Weekly inspection Held
At 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon
the weekly inspection is held. Every
inspection is held. Every article, re-
quired by the regulations to be visible
when the inspector makes the rounds,
must be placed in a definite position
and place, or the offender will be ask-
ed to give the reason for not com-
plying with orders. The following
articles are arranged at the foot of
each man's bed:
A Poncho, (a rubber rain coat,
which can also be used for a sleep-
ing bag), folded correctly, is placed
across the iron railing at the foot.
A towel, with the soldier's name upon
It, a washrag, a razor, a comb, tubes
of shaving soap and tooth paste, a
tooth brush, and a drinking cup are
put at the foot of the bed in their
proper order. All of the brushes point
toward the right. The special stu-
dent stands at attention at the foot
of his cot when the inspector makes
the rounds. The bed, itself, must be
made up correctly, or a reprimand is
forthcoming.
"Leaves"Given at 3 o'Clck
Passes for leave of absence are giv-
en out at 3 o'clock. Every man who
leaves Ann Arbor for the week-end
must return to his barracks by 11
o'clock Sunday night. Penalties for
not complying with the inspection re-
gulations usually are inflicted on the
men by the refusal of the weekly pass.
Taps on Saturday and Sunday eve-
nings are sounded at 11 o'clock in-
stead of 10 o'clock. Whenever the
men are free they can do anything
they wish, provided, of course, that it
does not conflict with government
rulings.
Pietures Snapped of Detacment
Pictures of the 195 men in the first
training detachment were taken yes-
terday morning in front of Memorial

hall. The photographs were taken
for the Detroit News.
The men worked in the University
shops Friday night until 1 o'clock as-
sembling a Liberty automobile.
The machine was completely equipped
and shipped. The time consumed in
the assembling of the automobile was
short, showing that the men are ob-
taining a thorough knowledge of this
particular trade.

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AT THE THEATERS

The Bonstelle
"Daybreak," at the

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AMBASSADOR GERARD, AUTHOR
OF "MY FOUR YEARS IN GER-
MANY," AT THE MAJESTIC TO-
DAY.

Mvusical Clubs to
,Serenad e Houses
The Varsity Glee and Mandolin clubs
will visit the sororities on their an-
nual serenade Monday and Tuesday
evenings of this week.
This is the first time for two years
that the clubs have made the serenade
tour. Last year no arrangemnei:ts
could be made. The year before, the
clubs were welcomed by the houses,
which served a progressive dinner to
the guests. The serena'le has been
in the past a much r, .ed n-
the May season, and the houses do
everything in their power to entertain
the singers.
The Glee club will appear at !lill
auditorium to sing two numbers for
the boys' working reserve meeting
Monday evening. Directly after their
part of the program, the Glee club
will join the Mandolin club and stai
on the serenade. A rehearsal of both
organizations will be held at 7 o'clock
tomorrow.
The sororities in the order visited
and the approximate times will be as
follows: Monday, Newberry resid-
ence, 8:30; Theta Phi Alpha, 9;
Alpha Phi, 9:30; Martha Cook dormi-
tory, 9:45; Delta Delta Delta, 10; Pi
Beta Phi, 10:15.
Tuesday, Gamma i: Beta, 8:30;
Sorosis, 8:45; Kapp' Alpha Theta, 9;
Chi Omega, 9:30; D ta Gamma, 9:45;
Kappa Kappa Gaii a, 10; Alpha Chi
Omega, 10:30. Tl se times for both
days will be 'hai -ed if toe arrange-
ments'call for lo, -er time. Alpha Chi
Omega willtgive dance to the clubs
to end the tour.
the meeting of Sir Edward Goshen,
and Hollweg, and the proposal that
England should stand by while France
is beaten, the ultimatum to Russia,
Gerard's futile efforts to avoid war,
the taking over of the British em-
bassy by Gerard, the sinking of the
Lusitania, and the reasons for our
final entry into the war, a e all n
forth by the picture play. The play
has just been showing for a period of
five weeks in one of the principal the-
aters in Detroit.
Base Ball Supplies-all kiids at
Cushing's.-Adv.

TODAY

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Compan ia
Garrick *

A R C AD E
SHOWS AT 3:00, 6:3o, 8:oo, 9:3o
,sc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Mtm-27Vrancis X. Bushman and Bev-
cr1 , ne in'WithNeatness and
llis >atch" andl Drewv Comedy, "A
Youthful Affair."
I" 1tS-,uConstance Talmadge in "The
StdoGirl" (Rct.) ; Pathe New~s.
\W d- -larold Lockwood in "Broad-
way ill,"(Re.t.) ; Mutt and Jeff
Cartoon, Chemical Calamity," and
Screen Telegram.

* Majestic-"My Four
Germany."
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Years in *

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Wuerth - Elsie Ferguson, in
"Rose of the World." Also Son
of Democracy, "Under the Stars."

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* Orpheum - Marcry Wilson
* "The Finger Print."
*

225 E, Li;-r fy. Phone 1321
Flowers Baskets
Plants Corsages
Ferns Decorations
~ ueribTheater j
Afternoon-2 :3oand 4.:00
S Evening-7:oo, 8:06 andioo
.: Phone-r6o-J
~ BOOKINGS FOR JUNE
= Sou-Mon-26-27-Elsie Ferguson in
"Rose of the World." Also Soar of
lh- Deocracy. "Under the Stars."
- Tucs-WVed- 29 ----n. S. hart in
S Wolvs of the Rail." Also "Eagle
- nur-1 ri - 3o- -lorotDy Dalton in
1 "lare-up sal." Also ]Keystone Coln-
r iey, A Safe Da.nger."
Sat- -i- -.\lunroe Salisbury in "Hungry
1yes." Also Weekly and Comedy. Z
S Sun Mol- -r3-Douglas Fairbanks in
"ileadin' South." Also Serial, "Ven-
geance and the Woman."
SOrpheumTheater
Afternoon-2:3o and 4:oo
Evening-7:oo, 8:oo and ro:oo
Phone-16o-J
BOOKINGS FOR JUNE
Sun-Mon-26-z7-Marcry Wilson in
~ The Fringer Print." Also News and
Comedy,
- 'ues-28-Jack Pickford in "The
Ghost ouse." Also "Eagle Eye,"
No. ar. (Ret.)
- Wed-_9-Geraldine Farrar in "The
Woman God Forgot." Also "Eagle
S )Eye," No. 12. (Ret.)
T'l'hurs-Fri-30-3:i--William Desmond in
"Society for Sale."
Sat- --Anna Murdock in "Richest
S Girl,"Also Weekly and Comedy. =
Sutn-Mon -2-3-Belle Bennett in "The=
S Lovely Woman." A\lso 4 Reelsp
Thomas A, Edison, "The Benefac-
w to

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AT THE MAJESTIC

---in--

Tho film version of Ambassador
Gerard's great book, "My Four Year:
in Germany," will be shown at the
Majestic for three days, beginning to-
day. Every detail of our relations
with Germany, the Zabern incident,
the cutting down of a young shoe-
maker by a Prussian officer, the shoot-
ing at Sarajevo, the Kiel celebration,

""DAYBREAK"

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Majesti 3Days-3Toa
Beginning
and continuing Monday/and Tues.

Have you a

And the Kaiser said "America Next"

Michigan
Song
Book

BASED ON FACTS
NOT FICTION !

Written by

Ambassador
las.W. Berard

The Man who defied
the Kaiser

at home?

The Kaiser said: "America dare
not do anything. There are'five
hundred thousand German reserv-
ists in America who will rise."
And Gerard said: "And there are
five hundred thousand and one
lamp posts in America, and that is
where they will find themselves
hanging!"

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This incident and many others described in

You will enjoy your
college music during
.the summer.

"MIy Four

Yearls Ill Gerinly

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A large number of the
dents were given leaves
yesterday afternoon to
homes in nearby cities.

special stu-
of absences
visit their

Published by the

Unt-tir'roity Musir T Dose
Afril. M. M. atoot

NEW Y. W. CABINET GIVES
PICNIC SUPPER FOR OLD ONE
The new cabinet of the Y. W. C. A.
entertained the old cabinet at a pic-
nic supper in Newberry hall Friday
evening. Because of rain, the old
custom of having the party on the
river was superseded by the indoor
supper. War work has taken many
of the members which made the group
smaller than usual.
Illinois Pledges $2,000 to Red Cross
Urbana, Ill., May 24. - The Uni-
versity of Illinis m e $2,000 in
the second day of the ea. Cross drive.
This is one-half of the university's
entire quota.
e

TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY - - - Matinees 2:30 Evenings 8:15
9
PRICES - Mats. 25c, 35c Evenings 25c, 35c, 50c
Buy Seats Now! All Seats Reserved
Never in history has a motion picture created such a sensation as has this authorized version of
Mr. Gerard's startling experiences which brought this country face to face with German Kais-
erism and its dastardly aims. If any German wants to find an explanation for the
consistency of America at the present moment, he may easily discover it in wit-
nessing this wonderful and startling animated illustration of facts! No natiun
with a sense of honor and of its own power could long tolerate the scorn and
ignominy which the "Beast of Berlin" and his evil gang poured out upon America
in the person of its Ambassador.
There is not an exaggeration or an untruth in the whole telling of
this great story.

601 "E. William St.

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