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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY

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READY TO WEAR

White Serge and Flannel
Trouser Sale
We purchased early, and have priced these trousers
so low they should be cleaned out in a few days,
if you are interested in anything of this kind for
the hot weather. You should not miss this sale.
See our windows for display. We have your -size,
or can make up what you require from our piece
goods.

MILITARY NEWS
No drill or athletic work will be
given at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon.
Tihe regular program will be given on
Friday afternoon.
Prof. H. A. Kenyon has been chosen
by Lieut. George C. Mullen to take+
charge of all the outdoor work of
the cadets after June 3, according to
a statement issued last night. Lieu-
tenant Mullen has been detailed to at-
tend the Fort Sheridan summer camp
and in order that the work may nrt
be interrupted or stopped by his ab-
sonce, Professor Kenyon has been ap-
pointed. Sergeant Miesel will have
charge of the R. 0. T. C. offices, room
202, Natural Science building.
Tiavelling orders must be obtained.
in the R. O. T. C. offices some time to-
morrow by the cadets recommended to
attend the Fort Sheridan camp No.
cadet will be admitted to the camp
without his travelling order. Lieuten-
ant Mullen requests that all cariets,
not intending to go to the camp report
tcday at the military office. It is nec-
essary for the cadets, who will not
report at Fort Sheridan, to notify the
authorities in order that the proper
number of alternates may be chosen

CARNIVAL DRAWS CROWDS
ON SUCCESSFUL OPENING DAY
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crazy house; Phi Kappa Psi, art
studio; Kappa Sigma, fire-eater; Phi
Kappa Sigma, Spanish dance; Zeta
Beta Tau, Wattapetamie the fortune
teller; Delta Tau Delta, Phoebe four;
Alpha Sigma Phi, dog show; Psi Up-
silon, blind pig; Beta Theta Pi, Tom
Lovell lectures; Trigon, knock 'em
out; Sigma Phi, syncopated signals;
and Lambda Chi Alpha, run 'em in pol-
ice.
Union Has Stands
The Union had many stands under
its own management. Among them
were: barrel pile, the noted byphalo
(pronouniced biffalow), doggies and
pillows, ring a cane, race track, roul-
lette paddle wheel, dollies, California
brick bats, and an enlistment booth
for the United States boys' working
reserve. The dance run by the Union
was probably the most popular fea-
ture of the entire carnival. Ike
Fischer's orchestra furnishes music
continuously in Waterman gymna-
sium for the many dancers. The
dance is one of the main drawing
cards. It will be repeated all day to-
day.
A refreshment room, being run by
the Collegiate Alumnae association,
is worthy of mention. Light lunches
were served to many visitors all even-
ing.
Nany Laughs Enjoyed
Tlh hlnl lhw~ h ? b aidtM he

its attraction is probably just as
great. Laughs are what the Carnival
visitors seek, and they get them in
good measure. The combined talent
and ideas of all the fraternities and
the committees were combined to
make the Carnival one long, uninter-
rupted scream. It is impossible for
the most dignified to leave the mid-
way without having had many things
to laugh at. Everyone seems to en-
ter the halls in good,:spirits, and de-
part in better spirits. The Carnival
is a . success in every way.
BAND WILL LEAD IN CAP
NIGHT PARADE TOMORROW
(Continued from Page One)
year when the system of saving the
pots was new. Not only are the fresh-
men urged to bring their last winter's
head wear with them for the Bel-
gians but it is desirable that every
man on the campus possessing a toque
which will be worthless to him next
year contribute it to the cause.
Doctors Hold 200,000 Drafted Men
Washington, May 29. - Two hun-
dred thousand men of draft age, who,
because of minor physical defects,
have been held by examining sur-
geons for limited military service.
They are to be employed in produc-
ing or handling equipment for the
army. Provost Marshal General
Crowder announced tonight that. the
army staff corps will utilize the serv-
ices of these registrants, and thus re-
lease fighting men for the front.
Watch The, Daily Classified column.
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Let's make Decoration Day a White One.

J. K. MALCOLM

604 E. Liberty St.

Malcolm Block

Don't Forget to Attend Our
t5th Anniversary Sale

Sheehan & Co.
Arbor Detroit

LOCAL INSTRUCTOR HONORED
IN N. Y. PAINTING EXHIBIT
Mr. Ernest II. Barnes, instructor in
drawing and painting in the archi-
tectural college, was represented in
the recent. exhibition of paintings by
the Society of Independent Artists.
This exhibition was held in New York
and contained about 1,200 paintings,
by artists living in the United States.
Mr. Barnes's picture was a large
landscape, which was hung in a
prominent position in one of the al-
coves into which the exhibition hall
-va s divided.
The exhibition was of peculiar in-
terest in that all present art tenden-
cies were represented, from the most
conservative to the most advanced
forms of composition and painting.
Last year Mr. Barnes was also rep-
resented in the sane exhibition and
then, as now, by a picture of marked
poetic feeling and beautiful color.

ations.
C. A. Cutzleb, '17; who since his
graduation from the forestry depart-
ment has been a ranger in the Beaver
Head forest in Montana reported at
Camp Custer Monday after spending
last week in Ann Arbor.
See the latest styles in personal
calling cards at James Foster house
of Art.-Adv.

Ann Arbor's Best Shoe Shop
Only shop in the city using 1Q-pound sole leather.
Same as used by the U. S. Government.
Fwred Ric
PHONE 2428 329 S. MAIN ST.
(Opposite Orpheum Theatre)

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Pictures will be taken of the cadets 11"lewi1le snwcase.aL&
at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon on one of the best entertainments pro-
Ferry field, if the weather permits. duced on the campus in some time. It
Motion pictures will also le taken of is not in the class of the opera, but
the cadets in different military form- _ _ _ __ __

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Students of the University of Michigan
should inspect our new line of very smart models in
Young Men's Top-coats
Young Men's Gabardines
Young Men's Suits

SAVE the PIECES
Broken Eye Glass Lenses ground in our own shop,
same day. Try our Service. Eyes Examined.
HALLER (f FULLER State Street Jewelers

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ely tailored garments every one of them.
est ideas. We advise early inspection.

Fashions

at a Plate of Ie Cream every Day

Delicious,

CR EAM
Refreshing, Nourishing

THAI S GOING ON

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will give an illustrated lecture on
"The Phonograph," in the west lec-
ture room of the Physics building.

TODAY
12:15 o'clock-Dental faculty lunch-
eon at the Union.
1 o'clock-Union festival in Water-
man gymnasium.
7 o'clock-Decoration day services
in St. Andrew's Episcopal church.
7:30 o'clock-Christian Science so-
ciety meets in Newberry hall.,
TOMORROW
9 o'clock a. m.-Lieutenant Clark,
of Cleveland, will meet with applicants
fo m admission to the navy.
8 o'clock p. mn.-Mr. John B. Taylor

U-NOTICES
"I" eabinet wen will meet
o'clock this morning in Lane
rain or shine.

Alpha Nu Elects ext Year's Officers
The Alpha Nu debating society held
its final meeting of the year last
night. The following officers were
elected and installed for the first se-
mester of the academic year of 1918-
1919: President, Carl G. Brandt, '20;
vice-president, F. B. Fead, '20; secre-
tary, V. D. Gould, '19; treasurer,
Webb R. Clark, '20; oratorical dele-
gate, W. P. Connell, '21; marshal, W.
D. Townsend, '18.
Mr. Warren H. Townsend, '18, was
chosen to Honorary Membership in
the society and the honor of the Hall
of Fame was conferred upon Prof.
Frederick Newton Scott, Ph. D., pro-
cessor of rhetoric in the University.
England to Reduce Coal Consumption
Birmingham, England, April 19. -
(Delayed)-A national scheme for
houseihld coal to apply to the whole
country1was decided upon at -a con-
ference here this week. A reduction
in the use of coal-for householders is
contemplated in order to avoid ra-
tioning supplies for industrial pur-
poses.
British Anuoiine , Troajsport Sunk
London, May 29. - The transport
Leasoe Castle has been sunk by en-
emy submarines, the British admiral-
ty announced tonight. A hundred and
one persons were drowned. The Lea-
soe Castle, with capacity of 9,730
tons, was sunk in the Mediterranean
on May 26. Among those who lost
their lives were 13 military officers
and 79 soldiers of other ranks.
(oi errors of 3 States Issue Protest
Nvasi ngton, May 29. -- The gov-
ernors of Minnesota, Nebraska, and
Iowa protested against orders for the
trainsfer of 5,000 national guardsmen
from the 34th division to fill up an-
other organization about to go over-
seas. They urged that the state units
in the 34th not be broken up.
EV(ntueen iiSupidi ysWoiiu Farmers
L-ondon>, April .')elyd-A
Brtitis h mnowiiis works canteen that
eeds bet ween 8,000 and 10,000 em-
ployees is kept well supplied with
foodstuffs grown, and pigs and sheep
raised, on the premises. Most of the
farming work is done by women.
Dancing Friday nights at the Arm-

ings will carry good starting
salaries. The work will be con-
genial and instructive, and will
lead the right men to very excep-
tional futures.
If you are interested, please write
us today.

T o THOSE young men who are
not intending to return to col-
lege this coming year, we wish
to suggest that there are at this
time most unusual openings in

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Trunks, Suitcases and Bags at rea-
sonable prices. You may trade in your
old Travelling Goods as well as Furn-
iture for New Luggage. F. W. Wil-
kinson, 325 S. Main St. Phone 24-
Dancing Friday nights at the Arm-
ory.-Adv.
Use the Daily classified columns.

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BUTLER BROTHERS

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LYNDON, Photographer'
719 No. University Ave.

Randolph Street Bridge
Chicago

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