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THE ICHIGAN - DAILY

SUNDAY,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY,

)ffiCer,Stop that Man!
From buying cotton mixed suitings, he
will not get satisfaction.
Only strictly all pure wool fabrics will
give satisfaction. We have a large assort-
ment of pure wool suitings for you to
select from. Fit and workmanship will
please you.

. K. MALCOLM

EAST LIBERTY STREET

MALCOLM BLOCSi

Don't Forget to Attend Our
15th Anniversary Sale

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TO FR SEIDNCMP
(Continued from Page One)
David R. Ladore, Sidney I. La Fever,
William J. Lambert, Donald L. Law-
rence, Fred D. Leonard, Donald T.
Lester, Harold P. Lindsay, Roy E.
Lounsburgy, Orison A. MacNaugh-
ton, David C. Maltby, Walter E. Man-
ley, Howard B. Marshall, William G.
Mason, Earl Miles, David B. Mindlin,
Bruce S. Moulton, James R. McAl-
pine, Kenneth A. McCorry, and George
tP. McMahon.
Arthur F. Neef, George B. Nobil,
Thomas B. Pauszek, Fred J. Petty,
Edward Pheney, Julian H. Pitzile,
James K. Pollock, Jr., William F.
Poormain, Hugo V. Brucha, Donald H.
Rankin, Edgar L. Rice, Maurice
Ripps, James A. Rolls, Francis E.
Ross, Samuel R: Rosenthol, Jacob E.
Rosenburg, Gail E. Rush, Irwin T.
Sanborn, Louis H. Schimmel, David
R. Scott, Theodore Sedgwick, Herbert
G. Selby, William J. Seidel, and Don-
ald C. Shelton.
Clayton S. Shoemaker, Hollis La-
moyne Sigler, Severin F. Skarbins-
ki, Seth Berridge Slawson, Chester B.
Slawson, Raymond C. Smith, Ray-
mond D. Smith, Edwin D. Snyder,
Frederick R. Snyder, Earl H. Spiegs-
berger, John A. Steward, Merle C.a
Stitt, Frank G. Sztmanski, Fred G. E.
Tadlock, Ralph L. Tallman, Freder-
ick M. Thompson, Gerald E. Thrum,
Dean W. Titus, Richard C. Travis,
and L. M. Tuttle.
Alexander R. Van Brunt, Herbert
1. Van Ewegen, Louis B. Van Weibe,
Peter J. Van Rossum, Clare Richard
Varty, Karl H. Velde, Howard S.
Velleman, William Horace Waggoner,
David A. Watts, Edwards Watts,
Pierce Weyl, Henry Whiting, Russell
Willcox, Russell Stanley Williams,
Edward Wishropp, James S. Wolf-
stein, and Earl C. Yates.
Sent 23 New Meni
Twenty-three additional men, who
are taking the places of the cadets
unable to attend the camp, have been.
detailed to report with the original
detail. The following list was given'
out by the military office yesterday
afterno on.
B. F. Adams, J. F. Beal, R. N. Brad-
ley, E. W. Burtin, C. R. Draper, J. C.
Edwards, J. T. Finlay, Z. B. Fryman,
B. W. Hunt, P. P. Hutchinson, S. N.
Lawson, R. B. Marshall, P. Mason, P.
McLouth, F. C. Nolan, G. L. Slater, J.
A. Spence, R. Van Volkenburg, J. W.
Wills, L. H. Phelps, R. N. DuBois, G.
H. Roderick, and Frederick Kyper.

WHAT'S GOING N
TODAY
6:30 o'clock-Mr. George C. Lubke,
'19D, speaks to young people at Con-
gregational church.
6:30 o'clock-Mr. H. E. Illick lec-
tures on South America to the Wes-
leyan Guild at the Methodist church.
6:30 o'clock - Installation of offi-
cers and open'meeting of Y. M. C. A.,
at Lane Hall.

TOMORROW
8 o'clock-Short meeting
Francais in club rooms.

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will be announced as soon as plans woursc.
can be drawn up. A large percentage
of the summter sessionstudents, es - Base all Supplies-all kiids at
pecially those who will bae kcalled in;J Cushing's.-Adv.

Commencement Gifts

U-NOTICES
Final meeting of the Comedy club
at 7:15 Tuesday evening in Cercle
Francais rooms. New members will
be taken in, and pins distributed.
i3asques will have a final meetingat
5 o'clock Monday in Barbour gym-
nasium.
The Varsity Glee club will rehearse
at 7 o'clock tomorrow and Tuesday
evenings at the School of Music. Memn-
bers absent cannot participate in the
concert.
The Varsity Mandolin club will re-
hearse at 7 o'clock Monday and Tues-
day evenings in room 205, Mason hall.
Presence will mean participation in
the Wednesday concert. No excuses
accepted.
JIen interested in novelty daincing in
next year's opera report at 7 o'clock
Tuesday evening at the Union.
acting major will drill the battalion
so made up.
9. In case of rain on any of the
above dates, commanders of the com-
bined companies will march their
commands to classsrooms for such
quizzes or lectures as they may wish
to give.
.10. The following will act as major
on the specified dates: June 3, First
regiment at Ferry field, Captain Cole.
June 3, Second regiment at Ferry field,
Captain Bursley. June 4, First regi-
ment at Ferry field, Captain Jackson.
June 4, Second regiment at Arbor-
etum, Captain Wagner. June 6, First
regiment at Arboretum, Captain Burs-
ley. June 6, Second regiment at Fer-
ry field, Captain Lockwood. June 7,
First regiment at Ferry field, Captain
Finch. June 7, Second regiment at
Arboretum, Captain Wagner.
11. There will be a hike and pro-
blem on Saturday afternoon, June 8.
Prof. Charles P. Wagner, of the lit-
erary college, has been appointed by
Lieut. George C. Mullen to take charge
of the R. 0. T. C. training during the
1918 summer session. No definite out-

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erished memory let that gift be a piece of
welry, Watch, or Diamond.
For the students who will soon be called
the colors we can suggest nothing better
in our special Military Watch.
Make it a point to look over our stock. We always show
endless variety of pretty things that are both useful and
expensive.

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GEO. H. FISCHER
2 National Bank Bldg. Tel 1060

ning the Scale

Helene Marie Grieve, pupil of Mr.
Albert Lockwood, of the University
School of Music, will receive her di-
ploma in piano work at her gradua-
tion recital, to be held at 8 o'clockI
Wednesday evening in Frieze Memo-
rial hall.
The public is invited to hear the
following program:
Sonata, Op. 31, No. 2 .....Beethoven
Allegro
Adagio
Allegretto
Prelude and Fugue, No. 2,......Bach
Pastorale Varee............Mozart
Valse ......... ........ Chopin
!Iell' Through the Leav . Debussy
harlk! The Lark . ...Schubert-Liszt
Turkish March, Beethoven-Rubinstein
Sonetto Del Petrarc:........ Liszt
Note4d Alumnus Dies in Petoskey
Claude Jubenville, national bank
examiner for the Minneapolis district,
formerly a University of Michigan
man, died at his home in Petoskey,
Thursday. His widow is a daughter
of W. L. McManus, democratic state
central committeeman of Petoskey.
MR. BROWN
Offers men and women highest
marketable prices for their old clothes,
Anything in the line of suits, over-
coats, shoes, one-piece dresses or shirt
waists he will take off your hands.
clothes. They are no good to you.
I can use them. You will get your
money's worth. No quibbling to buy
them cheap. Their absolute value will
be paid. Men's and women's apparel
both. Call Mr. Claude Brown at 210
Hoover Ave. Phone 2601. . He will
gladly call at your residence.-Adv.

MANY ENGINEERS WANTED FOR
DESIRABLE SUMMER POSITIONS
Applications for men to fill sum-
mer and permanent positions contin-
ue to pour into the offices of the eng-
ineering faculty.
Among those received by Prof. H.
C. Anderson, of the mechanical eng-
ineering department, are requests
from the American Brake Shoe and
Foundry company for "all the men you
can furnish us." The company offers
about 50 cents an hour for work in
its shops. Many other large industrial
concerns are offering equally good
wages for as many students as can
be sent them.
"It has ceased to be a question of how
much to pay the men," said Professor
Anderson in commenting upon the un-
usual demand, "and it has become a
question of getting any men at all for
work this summer."
Dozens of opportunities are open for
draftsmen, both on architectural lines
and in machinery design. Ship drafts-
men are especially needed by the gov-
ernment shipping board. The demand
is equally great in other lines of eng-
ineering.
Inlander Wants Business Assistants
Men and women who will be soph-
omores or juniors next year are
wanted to try out for positions on the
business staff of the Inlander. Next
year's assistants will be chosen from
the tryouts. Those who are interested
§hould apply to Katherine Kilpatrick,
business manager, at the Inlander
rooms in the Ann Arbor Press build-
ing. The hours are: Monday, 1:30 to
3 o'clock; Tuesday, 11 to 12 o'clock.
Typewriting Work a Speciality -
Biddle, Nickels Arcade 3uilding.-Adv

Earle J. Foster, '20, of Rushville, N.
Y., member of the 8th division, first
battalion, Michigan naval militia, has
been sent overseas, according to ad-
vices received here yesterday. Foster
enlisted in the naval militia last year,
and was sent to the Great Lakes train-
ing station. From there he was sent
to Philadelphia, then to Utica, and to
Sandy Hook, where he studied ma-
chine guns.
The following announcement, con-
cerning drills for the week of June 2,
was issued yesterday by Prof. I-1. A.
Kenyon, who was recently appointed
by Lieut. George A. Mullen to take
charge of the R. 0. T. C.:
1. There will be no athletic drill
during the week.
2. Companies will fall in at usual
places on North University avenue,
except such companies as are to take
arms. Companies to take arms will
fall in at Waterman gymnasium.
3. On Monday, June 3, and Thurs-
day, June 6, the entire First regiment
will take arms and proceed to the
Arboretum for extended order drill.
4. On Tuesday, June 4, and Friday,
June 7, the entire Second regiment
will proceed to Ferry field for close
order battalion drill.
5. On Monday, June 3, and Thurs-
day, June 6, the entire Second regi-
ment will proceed to Ferry field for
close order battalion drill.
. 6. On Tuesday, June 4, and Friday,
June 7, the entire First regiment will
proceed to Ferry field for close order
battalion drill.
7. On Wednesday, June 5, there will
be no lecture. Special orders will be
issued for that day.
8. First sergeants will take roll
and report as- usual each day. Im-
mediately afterwards, companies A
and B, C and D, E and F, and'G and H
will combine, each company will be
under the command of the senior of-
ficer of the combined companies. An
Class Dancing Monday and Thurs-
day evenings at the Packard.-Adv.

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