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Capt. E..Baxter Will Explain Trench
Warfare As He Learned From
Actual Experience
Captain E. Baxter, of the Canadian
infantry and a member of the British
Canadian recruiting mission in De-
troit, will speak on "Trench Warfare"
to the cadets and civilians at 4:10 o'-
clock this afternoon in Hill auditor-
ium.
The method of "going over the top,"
military movements, and the work on
the firing line will be explained in de-
tail. Captain Baxter was in the front
line prior to his return to this coun-
try. His experiences in the trenches
will be described in the lecture.
The first balcony and gallery will
be open to all students and others not
enrolled in the military corps. All
visitors should enter by the side doors
of the auditorium, leaving the front
entrance clear for the cadets. Lieut.
Mullen requests that everyone be
seated by 4:10 o'clock, as the address
will begin promptly at the scheduled
time.
MRS. MCDOWELL TO
APPEAR TOMORROW
Wife of Writer To Present His Works
at Faculty Concert in Hill
Auditorium.
Mrs. Edward McDowell will appear
as guest soloist in the faculty concert
at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon in
lill auditorium. Mrs. McDowell will
present a number of her husband's
work and she will also speak con-
cerning the McDowell Memorial col-
ony. which was organized to carry
out the ideals established by her gifted
husband.
Mrs. McDowell has chosen an inter-
esting program and she will present
a variety of selections.
GERMANY AND BELGIUM AGREE
TO EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS
Havre, France, Dec. 11.-Through
the intervention of King Alfonso of
Spain an agreement has been reached
under which Belgium will repatriate
all German civilians removed from
German East Africa who are interned
in France. Germany in turn is to set
free all Belgian women and children
interned in German camps who are
undergoing sentences for misdemean-
ors. They are to be allowed to rr
turn to unoccupied Belgium, Switzer;
land or France. Germany is also to
set free prominent Belgian colonials
arrested under reprisal measures.
Further mutual liberations- of prison-
ers are to be discussed later under the
agreement.

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Pictures

Suggestions

THE SERVICE

"Sleeveless," "with
;" Army Shirts, and
klso those wonderful
TS" in Black and

TODAY
10:30 o'clock -- A. C. Bachrach
speaks in room 102, West hall, on
"Sentimentality in Journalism."
2:30 o'clock- Junior lits meet in
University hall.
4:10 o'clock-Capt. E. B. Baxter lec-
tures in Hill auditorium on "Trench
Warfare."
7 o'clock-Prescott club meets in
room 300, Chemistry building.
7:30 o'clock Upper Peninsula Club
meets in Lane hall.
7:30 o'clock-Fresh law smoker at
the Michigan Union.
8 o'clock--Prof. E. R. Turner lec-
tures in Natural Science auditorium
about the war.
8 o'clock-Organization meeting of
the Dante league of America in room
103, University hall.
TOMORROW
4 o'clock-Twilight recital in Hill
auditorium.
8 o'clock-Classical club meets in
Alumni Memorial hall.
U-NOTICES
The All-fresh Glee club will meet
at 7 o'clock tonight at the School of
Music. All men should be prepared
to pay dues.
The Varsity band will rehearse at
7 o'clock tonight in University hall.
Dress Rehearsal for Spotlight vaude-
ville at 7 o'clock tonight in Hill audi-
torium.
SUGAR SHORTAGE IN CITY
SHARPLY FELT ON CAMPUS
Supply Being Hoarded By Fraterni.
ties, Sororities and Boarding
Houses; Relief Remote
Rumor of a sugar shortage in Ann
Arbor has become a reality. Fratern-
ities, sororities, and boarding houses
are hoarding their supply and in some
instances are doing entirely without
sugar-hungry students are purchas-
ing this precious substance in pound
packages with a dollar purchase of
other groceries. In one case an en-
tire chapter stood in line to secure
the desired sweet for the fraternity
table.
There seems to be no immediate re-
lief from the sugar famine, for, al-
though the dealers have been very
conservative in the distribution, the
increased demand has overbalanced
the efforts to accumulate this com-
modity.
DETROIT EDISON HEAD TALKS
BEFORE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
"Capital For Public Utilities, It's
Nature and Cost" will be the subject
ot a lecture at 8 o'clock Friday even-
ing by Mr. Alex Dow, before the Amer-
ican Institute of Electrical Engineers
in the auditorium of the Detroit Board
of Commerce.
Mr. Dow is president and general
manager of the Detroit Edison com-
pany, and has attained national prom-
inence as a speaker on business and
engineering. The talk is especially
planned for students of economics and
engineering, and the A. I. E. E. has
extended, a cordial invitation to all
members or non-members who wish
to attend.
John Barnes Wells To Sing in Detroit
The Orpheus club willpresent John
Barnes Wells in a concert Wednes-
day evening at the Hotel Statler in
Detroit. Mr. Wells is a well-known
writer of encore songs. He will sing
the tenor role in the club's production
of Harling's Persian Idyll, "Before the
Dawn," and also some folk songs of
the Netherlands.

Prescott Club Will Meet Tonight
Members of the Prescott club will
hold a meeting at 7 o'clock tonight in
room 300, Chemistry building. The
speakers of the evening will be, H.
B. McWilliams, '18P, James A W3-
man, '18P, and _ Irma M. Neumann,
'19P. Refreshments. will be served
after the meeting.

Illitary Nekvs
All members of the officers' reserve
corps will form in front of Hill audi-
torium at 3:55 this afternoon, and
march into the auditorium at 4 o'clock
to hear Captain Baxter's address on
"Trench Warfare." Lieutenant Mul-
len requests that all people who are
not in one of the military companies
and wish to attend the address enter
the auditorium by the side doors,
leaving the front entrance clear for
the cadets.
Dr. George A. May, director of Wat-
erman gymnasium, started a prelim-
inary course in boxing Monday aft-
ernoon for the freshmen in the mil-
itary companies. Instructions will be
given the upperclassmen in the two
regiments next Monday and Tuesday
afternoons. Dr. May has one class at
5:10 o'clock every afternoon, except
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Theodore Cox, '17, first .lieutenant
in the field' artillery officers' reserve
corps, is visiting friends in Ann Ar-
bor. Cox, who is now stationed at

Flowers
Plants
Ferns

Baskets
Corsages
Decoratloi

225 E. Liberty.

Camp Lee, Petersburg,

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University last April.
Section 91, one of the Michigan am-
bulance units who were trained at
Allentown last June, is now in active
service, according to a letter re-
ceived from DeWitt C. Millen. The
unit's address is. S. S. U. 62-91, A. E.
F., par B. C. M., Paris. Section 91
"Wishes the student body a Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year."
Women taking military training in
Barbour gymnasium will hold their
last meeting before the Christmas hol-
idays at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon
in the gymnasium. The commander in
charge of the women urges that all
the members turn out for the drill
periods, in order to obtain the ben-.
efit of the training.

MAJESTIC
Vandeville Days Only
MATINEE--I P. fi.-I0c, 20c
N'ITES-7 :;,0-9-20c!, 25c, Svc
3 DAYS STARiTING MONDAY
NiTE, DEC. 12
Speetacular Singing Novelty
"The Girl in
the Moon"
Vaudeville's Most Pretentious
Singing Offering
5-OTHER FE ATUIRES-5
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SWuerthTheatre ~
Prices: 1 Cents
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:3o, 3,9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Contiunous
.: BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER.
TIues-'ed- r1-1za-Ielen Ware in "The
Garden of Allah." 7 Parts. Evening
- 2c, Tax 3c--25C.-
-Thirs-Fri-13-14-Sessue Hayakawa iii
"The Call of the East." Also Key.
.: store. Comedy, "Pearls and Perils."
Sat-rs-Mary Miles Minters in "Her
Country Calls." Also Serial No. 15,
S "His Neglected Wife." -
-Surn-Non-16-17-Wni, S. Hart in "The
SNarrow Trail." Also Comedy. Even-
. ing. 1gc. Tax 2c-oc.
= ues-Wed-x8-sg-Pathe's War Picture,
-. "Tanks.". Also Comedy. Evening,
18c, Tax ac-zoc..

IGOODHEW FLORAL

WE SUPPLY EVERY STUDENTS'
Sheehan &-C
Ann Arbor

Rae Theatre - T(
Gladys Bucknell in "
and Obey" Also Ke
Komedy "Hula Lat
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AT HOME

es, Hosiery, Umbrellas, Shirts, "Silk,
loths," Underwear, Pajamas, Belts,
Gloves, Ties, Reefers, and in fact
>reciated.by men, in large assortment.

TYPEWRITERS, sales, rentals, and
repairs. Woodward & Washington, 809
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bldg.-Adv.

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eveless Sweaters
Military Drill.

would be just the idea

Nights: Orch-fandP MatsWed
estra $1.50&$2 ndESat I..5
25cto$.0VDTOT3 to $1.00

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& Company
te St. at William St.,
;s and Hats for Particular Men.

British Army Shoes
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,JEWELER'
NICKELS ARCADE

German Propaganda to be Investigated
Winchester, Ky., Dec. 11.--Admit-
ting that state courts have no author-
ity to enforce Federal statutes, Cir-
cuit Judge W. R. Shackelford, in deliv-
ering his charge to the December
grand jury, instructed them to go in-
to any evidence of German propagan-
da, sifting it to the bottom and report-
ing unofficially to him.
Any evidence along this line which
they discovered, he said, would be
presented to Federal officials, and
would, by that much, lighten the task
of investigators.
Regardless of their authority to act
on any such evidence it was the duty
of the grand jury, he said, to use their
inquisitorial power in discovering it,
because of the service its discovery
would be in making ineffective German
efforts to sow dissention and dissat-
isfaction.
Bartlett, '17L, Marries Miss H. Lender
The marriage of Miss Hazel May
Lender of this city to Lawrence D.
Bartlett, '17L, of Cleveland, Ohio, has
been announced by the bride's grand-
mother, Mrs. J. D. Belding. The mar-
riage took place Dec. 8.
Spanish Steamer Shelled by U-boat
A German submarine has shelled a
Spanish steamer, killing eight mer.-
bers of the crew and injuring others.
The Spanish government will protest
to Germany.
Gasoline 283c, Polarine 69a. Staebler
& Co., 117 8. Ashler Bt.-Adv.

OLIVER MOOROSCO presents
So Long Letty
With Charlotte Greenwood
Shows at 3:oo, 6:3o, 8:00, 9:30.
-sc Unless 'Otherwise Specifie;.
Wed-i2-Irene Fen aick in "Trhe Sin
Woman" and Mutt and Jeff Car.
toon, "Laundry Business."
Thu-Fri-ix3-14.1lae Marsh in "Sunshine
Alley," and Christie Comedy, "Her
Merry Mix-Up."
Sat-i -Corrine Griffith in "I Will Re-
pay" and Charlie Chaplin in "The
Adventurer." (Ret.)

OrpheumTheatr
Prices: ioc unless otherwise specifie
Matinees z, 3:30. Nights 6:30. 8, g:
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
I BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
Wed-1-William Russell in "The M
ter heart." Rebooked. Also Co
edy..
Thurs-i3-Triangle Players in "Cassidy
- Also 'triangle Comedy.
Fri-rpAlma Rueben in "Firefly
- Touch Luck." Also Comedy, "I
Busy Day." and Ford Travels.
Sat-r5-Gladys \ulette in "Crooked I
mane." Also Comedy.
Sun-1 6-Mary McAlister in "The KI
Joy." Also Comedy.
.on-7-W'iliiam Russell in "The S
Master." Also 'Nekly and Comed
Evening r c.
. Tues-Wed-i8-i9-Dick Rosson in
.: Case at Law." Also Triangle Co
edy, "War and Matrimony."

WHITNEY THEATRE

SUNDAY

MATINEE AND NIGET

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DISPLAY LIGHTS REGULATIONS
FAIL TO CONSERVE MUCH FUEL
Washington, -Dec. 11.-Regulations
limiting electrical display advertising
have failed to conserve the amount of
fuel hoped for by the fuel adminis-
tration and a plan is under consider-
ation to stop all outdoor lighting, ex-
cept street lights, at least three nights
a week.
The Fresh-Lit. that picked up the
"account book" in the Floral Shop,
Nickels' Arcade, Friday niigl'+, please
return it at once.--Adv.
Dance at the Armory before going
home. Last time Sat. night.--Adv.

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Prof. Hobbs Will Do Research Worb
Prof. William H. Hobbs of the geo-
logy department, has secured a two
month's leave of absence from the
University. During this time he will
do research work for the government.
Professor Hobbs will go to New York
soon, where he expects to be sta-
tioned.
During the quiet Winter mdnths, a
discount in both labor and materials
will be given for all interior decorat-
ing. C. H. Major & Co. Phone 237.--
Adv.
Michigan Blankets, Pillows, Ban-
ners, Memory Books, Song Books,
Jewelry, etc., etc., at Wahr's.-Adv.
1). of M. Jewelry. J. L.Chapman's

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