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MILITARY NEWS
Lieut. Losey J. Williams will speak
on "Service of Security" at 4:15
O'clock this afternoon in U-Hall to the
members of the First regiment.
The commanders of the different
R. 0. T. C must hand in the names of
the seniors, juniors, and sophomores
desiring to sign up for the military
training summer camp to be given
during the summer session before 4
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The
names are to be given to the com-
pnandant of the cadets in the R. O. T.
p. office at Waterman gymnasium.
There are certain sizes of shoes
which have not yet been called for by
the cadets, and if any one wishes to
epchange their shoes, they must do so
lat once, as far as the sizes will per-
mit. The shoes may be exchanged
from 11 o'clock this morning until 4:10
p'clock this afternoon.
The military authorities desire all ca-
dets who failed to get the proper sized
shoe inform the R. O. T. C. office of
the commandant, either by telephone
or in person, so that it will be definite-
ly determined that the list on hand is
definite and complete.
Ignorance Is Bliss
News paragraphs are occasionally
handed in to the' company command-
ers. Yesterday afternoon a rookie in
one of the new companies said:
"Here is something that might be
interesting."
"Huh!" grunted the top sergeant.
"Your news should be written in such
a manner that even the most ignorant
may understand them."
"Well, sir, what part is it that you
don't understand?'' calmly asked the
rookie.
Members of the Headquarters quin-
tet beat company M, Second regiment
by the score of 24 to 11 at 8 o'clock
last night. Company I, First regiment
won its game with company L, Second
regiment, by a score of 12 to 2 last
night in the gymnasium. The Heed-
quarters company is scheduled to play
company I, First regiment, at 8 o'clock
tonight on court 4.

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WHAPS GOING ON

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TODAY -
9 o'clock-Soph engineering assem-
bly
12:35 o'clock-Lenten services at
444 South State street.
8 o'clock-Prof. F. W. Kelsey speaks
to Classical club in Room 101, Univer-
sity hall, on "Old Coins and Their
Meanings."
TOMORROW
11 o'clock-Dean C. H. Benjamin of
Purdue university will lecture to up-
per-class engineering students in the
west Physics lecture room.
12:35 o'clock-Lenten services at
444 South State street.
7 o'clock-Adelphi debating society
meets in Adelphi rooms, University
hall.
7:30 o'clock-Prof. W. A. Frayer
delivers second Union patriotic war
lecture in School of Music auditoriur
on "Prussianizing Germany."
7:30 o'clock-Zionist society meets
in Room P-162, Natural Science
building.
Always-Daily Service-Always.,

U-NOTICES
All-literary class dues may be paid
from 10 to 3 o'clock Wednesday in the
corridor of University hall.
The first three acts of "Phormio"
will rehearse at 7 o'clock tomorrow
night in University hall; the entire
cast will rehearse at 9 o'clock.
Economics 36a and 41 will meet
regularly from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock
Wednesday night in Room 106, south
wing of University hall.
Orders for senior engineer invita-
tions may be left at the Engineering
society rooms from 9 to 12 o'clock,
Thursday and Friday, March 7 and 8.
Health service delegates from the
various houses will meet at 7 o'clock
Thursday evening in Barbour gymna-
sium.
Balloting for Junior lit councilman
will be held from 3 to 4 o'clock today
in University hall.
DR 11AM J.%COBY ' 0SPEAK
TO OIUN(AGE C)NFERENCES
Dr. Abraham Jacoby )f New York,
will address the joint session of the
classical and modern languago confer-
ences of the Michigan Schoolmasters'
club h - c March 26, on "The In-
fiuence of Classical Studies in Shap-

At 4:15 this afternoon, the follow-
ing athletic and gymnastic contests
will be held for the first battalion of
the Second regiment in Waterman
gymnasium by Dr. George A. May:
Second regiment: Companies A anu
B, relay racing; companies C and D,
rope climbing for time, standing broad
jump., The contests will be reversed
after the first half hour. All extra
companies will appear on the gymna-
sium floor at 4:15 o'clock this after-
noon.
Prof. Arthur E. Boak, of the history
department, will deliver his second
lecture on "Military History" at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow afternoon to the en-
tire R. 0. T. C.
ing the d ea'; of the Revolution of
1848."
Dr. Jacoby was one of the foremost
leaders in the German revolution and
it is interesng to note that March
26 is :h idate of the seventieth anni-
versary of the patriotic meeting held
at Fribur; Germany, in :ich demo-
cratic leadf is passed reolutions de-
manding the creation of a parliament-
ary and constitutional government
with representatives froir all German
states.
Becamse af the prominent part he
played in the activities of the meet-
,ing, Dr. Jacoby was imprisoned but
later escaped to this country.
During this war Dr. Jacoby has
written many articles exposing Prus-
sian imperialism and has spoken fre-
quently on the subject. He is 90 years
old.
150 PENNSYLVANIANS ATTEND
ANNUAL KEYSTONE BANQUET
About 150 men and women stu-
dents from Pennsylvania attended the
annual Keystone club banquet last
night at the Union.
Music and other entertainment was
furnished by students from the Key-
stone state after the banquet. Speech-
es were given by Secretary Shirley W.
Smith, Arthur D. Moore, instructor in
the electrical engineering department,
George D. Wilner, of the political eco-
nomy department, and Emily L.
Louran, '19.
The following officers were elected.:
President, J. W. Chase; vice-presi-
dent, J. C. Brown, '19; secretary
Grace Albracht, '21; and treasurer,
William E. Cole, '20.
Daily advertisers cater to DaIly
readers.-Adv. .

PRICE OF BREAD
RAISED IN CITY
Ann Arbor bakers advanced the
price of bread yesterday as a re-
sult of a similar raise in Detroit.
The sixteen ounce loaf has been
raised from nine cents to 10, and 24
ounce loaf has been raised from 13 to
14 cents. These prices include de-
livery instead of charging for deliv-
ery as has before been done.
Bakers who have taken this ac-
tion, claim that the move was neces-
sary for various reasons, chief of
which is the scarcity of flour and the
high prices demandedfor substitutes.
Smaller bakers are still continuing
their former prices, but some have de-
clared their intentions of following
the step of the larger ones.
Flour is still scarce. One of the
leading bakers declared yesterday
that he had but 50 more barrels of
flour. All hopes of securing the large
orders that have been placed by the
dealers are faint, and steps will be1
taken to continue the matter taken up]
with the Toledo officials. Smaller
bakers are on the verge of closing
and unless. the Michigan Milling com-
pany receives orders to resume oper-
ation on flour orders, this city will
be entirely destitute of the article.
JAPAN MAKES QUICK MOVE TO
SAVE SIBERIA FROM GERMANS
Washington, March 4.-Military ac-
tion by Japan is Eastern Siberia to
check German influence and protect
war stores, is believed here to be im-
minent. The United States has not
as yet expressed its views on the
proposed step, but it was said from
diplomatic quarters tonight that the
Japanese would probably move quick-
ly to meet the emergency condition.
Officials and diplomats of Europe -
profess difference of what prepara-
tions have been made by Japan for
the operation about to be undertaken.
As a matter of course, secrecy has
been observed. Possibly the next word
to come out of Japan on the subject
will be an announcement of some-
thing accomplished.
STUDENTS WITH FIRST PAPERS
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Regent To Preside
A t Oratory Finals
Regent Junius E. Beal will preide
at the Interstate Northern oratorici-l
league finals at 8 o'cldck Thursday
evening in University hall. Seven
rjudges, four university men and three
townspeople, will award the places.
In addition to having the privilege-of
representing the University in the
Northern league meet, the winner of
first place receives $100 and the Kauff-
man testimonial prize. The winner of
second place receives $50.
The speakers and their subjects are
Herman A. August, '19, "Money and
Men"; Clarence H. Daley, '20, "A Per-
manent Peace"; Kelsey Guilfoil, '20L,
"The Freedom of the Future"; Lois E.
May, '18, "The Doom of 'Kultur' ";,
and Robert W.'Ward, '18, "Education
and Worldism."
Gall-Curet to Sing in Detroity
Amelita Galli-Curci, the world's
leading coloratura soprano, will ap-
pear in Detroit this week for two
concerts on Wednesday and Thursday
evenings. Mlle. Galli-Curci was in
Ann Arbor, Oct. 11, 1917, as the soloist
in the first concert given this year
in the Choral Union series, and has
just returned from New York where
she took the city by storm.
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FRATERNITIES

University students who have tak-
en out their first naturalization pap-
ers may enlist in the engineers' re-
serve corps if they satisfy all other
requirements, accordizig to a recent
ruling made by army authorities.
Such students should apply in the
sable way that others make appli-
cations.
Motor License Laws to Be Enforced
Co-operation of county and city of-
ficials has been ordered by the sec-
retary of state in a letter written to
Chief of Police Thomas O'Brien re-
garding the registration of motor cars
and the payment of the 1918 license.
Chief O'Brien calls attention to the
fact that a good many people are en-
gaging in a favorite method of evad-
ing the license fee law. Many deal-
ers are loaning their numbers to pri-
vate owners of cars. Although this
may be considered as a friendly act,
it is a violation of the law, and will
be strictly enforced. The letter from
the secretary contains a number of
warnings, and the police say that they
must be carried out in full.
Norway Loses 726 Vessels in War
London, March 4.-From the out-"
break of the war up to the end of
February thelosses of Nerwegian ves-
sels as the result of the war aggre-
gated 726 of 1,066,821 tons, seamen to
the number of 902 perished.

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11th Annual
Michigan Union Opera
LYRICS BY A. L. WEEKS, '10
MUSIC BY EARL V. M00RE,3'12

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