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MICHIGAN DAILY

IGH morale and neat appearance are
inseperable -in business and profess-
ional life as well as in the fighting
force.
You men who control the destiny of
industrial America will find the qual-
ities you need-the snap of youth, the
dignity of age, the refinement of ex-
perience and the acme of value--best
expressed in
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Smart (Oothes
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A BUNCH OF ROSES

is a gift that .no: woman can regard
with indifference. Their beauty and
fragrance make an irresistible appeal
to feminine fancy. Our roses are re-
ceived fresh every day. They are just
as they were cut from the growing
plants. We make them up in any de-
sired shape or pack them loosely in
boxes. Which way do you prefer us
to send your offering?
F LANDERS 23ELihertySt.
OR E
I LOWERS Phone 294

CONSERATION ENUS
FOR THIRDWEEK OUT
MEDICAL SCHOOL IS SIGNING
PLEDGE CARDS; SENIOR
LAWS TO BE NEXT
mood conservation
is being actively en-
couraged by the Uni-
versity health ser-
vice under the direc-
tion of Miss Sue C.
Hamilton, sanitarian.
Each week nourishing but saving men-
us are published as suggestions for
houses which serve meals to students.
Attention is given to meatless and
wheatless provisions of the food ad-
ministration's rules.
These menus are issued in connec-
tion with the campaign for conserva-
tion volunteers now being conducted
on the campus. The matter is being,
given attention in the Medical and
Law schools at present. Pledges were
passed out to the first and second year
law students yesterday. They were
signed by practically every member of
'the two classes which consist of more
than 100 students. It was not pos-
sible tb give the seniors a chance to
sign the pledges yesterday, but the
cards will be given them today.
' Suggested Hooverized menus for the
third week follow:
Monday-Wheatless
Breakfast-Black figs stewed, puffed
corn, cornmeal mush, barley bread
toasted, butter or oleo, coffee or milk.
Lunch-Bean soup, baked potatoes,
veal stew, chopped pickles, corn bread,
butter or oleo, blane mange, nutmeg
sauce, milk or tea.
Dinner-Mashed potatoes, meat loaf,
tomato sauce, mashed turnips, rye
bread, butter or oleo, orange short-
cake, marshmallow sauce, tea, coffee
or milk.{
Tuesday-Meatless
Breakfast - Apple sauce, maple
flakes, rolled Oats, toast, butter or
oleo, coffee or milk.
Lunch-Cream carrot soup, potatoes
with cheese, baked beans, catsup, veg-
etable salad, French dressing, brown
bread,-butter or oleo, sauce and cake,
tea or milk.
Dinner-Potato puffs, clam omelet,
corn pudding, jelly, bread and butter
or oleo, cherry pie, coffee, tea or milk.
Wednesday-Wheatless
Breakfast-Bananas, corn . flakes,
hominy grits, toasted barley bread,
butter or oleo, coffee or milk.
Lunch-Boiled potatoes, steak, peas,
rye bread, butter or oleo, peach jelly,

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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Nursing offers to women an oppor-
tunity for patriotic service, a splendid
preparation for life and a profession of
broad social usefulness.
Washington University gives a three
rears' course in Nursing. Theoretical
instruction is given in the University,
clinical instruction in the wards of the-
Earnesalid St. Louis Children's flos-
pitals, WIahington University Dispen-
sary andi Social Service Department,
Six months' credit is offeredt to appli-
cants having an A.B. or 13,5 degree
from this college. '.
Address iniquir ies to the Supt.: of
Nurses, Barnes hospital, 6oo South
Kimgshigh way, St. fouis, Mo. -'

die cakes, syrup, toast, butter or oleo,
coffee or milk.
Dinner-Mashed potatos, fried chic-
ken, creamed onions, pineapple salad,
mayonnaise, rye bread, butter or oleo,
jelly, nut pie a la mode, tea, coffee or
milk.
Lunch-Cottage cheese salad, barley
muffins, butter or oleo, orange mar-
malade, tea, coffee or cocoa.
CITY NEWS
Chief of Police Thomas O'Brien hws
issued a warning to University young
men and others that violators of the
city ordinance against the use of the
city streets and alleys for baseball
playing will be rigidly prosecuted. He
said that each year since the ordinance
has been in force it has been neces-
sary for the police department to
make several arrests to force the boys
to cease violating the rule of the coun-
cil.
Plans are being made for the en-
largement of the municipal bathing
house which was erected several years
ago for the convenience of bathers in
the Huron rivei'. The committee has
decided that.the patronage the place
has received in the past warrants the
improvements which will be made.
Last year the city improved bathing
facilities in the HUron by spreading
11,000 car loads of fine sand in the
river bed.
Unless some action is taken by con-
gress, the city will change to East-
ern time April 1. A bill is being dis-
cussed in congress which may provide
for a nation-wide change of time
that may take effect before April 1, but
from present indications it is doubt-
ful if action will be taken and execut-
ed before that time.
The largest supply of coal received
here thus far this year was eight cars
which were turned over to County
Fuel Administrator Buel yesterday.
Seven of these cars will be returned
to the University for the coal the city
borrowed early in _the winter. The
other car will be sent to Saline where
it is reported the coal supply has
been exhausted.
In a lecture before the high school
stddents yesterday morning, Prof. G.
W. Dowrie urged that every student
should exert his efforts to help the
government during the summer vaca-
tion. He said that there is plenty of
opportunity for service among' the
high school students and that at this
time it is unpatriotic to be idle. Ralph
M. Carson, '17L, also .addressed the
assembly.
The committee .of the Red Cross or-
ganization for civilian relief has stat-
ed that the government has in most
cases made the first payment to those
who have dependants at the front.
Some complaints were received several
weeks ago because the payments were
not made. This committee for civil-
ian relief, headed by Mr. A. E. Wood,
of the sociological department, has an
appropriation of $150 to be used in
case of any urgent needs by civilians
who have dependants in the service.
Abraham Shafer was arrested yes-
terday afternoon and fined $5 and costs
in Judge Doty's court when he violat-
ed a city ordinance prohibiting the
tying a horse to a hydrant.
County Food Administrator A. D.
Groves received, an order from the

federal food administration yesterday-
permitting the mills to issue flour to
the farmers without an equal amount
of substitutes, if the farmers can show
an amount of substitutes on hand.:
Bill to Keep Aliens From Voting
Washington, March 12. - Enemy
aliens will be denied the right to vote
for president and vice-president, sena-
tors or representatives in the ten
states where they now enjoy that priv-
ilege under provisions of a bill in-
troduced today by Representative
Flood of Virginia, chairman of the for-
eign affairs committee. After declar-
ing intentions to becoming citizens,
aliens may vote in Michigan and sev-
eral other states. No alien who is not
a subject "of a state or nation with
which the United States is at war" is
affected.

Society Brand and
Hicke-y-Freeman Suits

Also just received a line of Spring Hats and Caps

Between the Theatres

You Know the Reason

D. E. Grennan

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"Teachers wanted for
Immediate Vacancies. At-
tractive, Permanent Posi-
tions. Experience not neces-
sary though desirable."
CLARK TEACHERS' AGENCY
Steinway Hall.
64 E. Van Buren St.
Chicago, Illinois.

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Tailor
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favorable co~rment that Prof. Richard
D. T. 'Hollister, director of the play,
was asked by the members of the Ypsi-
lanti Study club to present the play in
Ypsilanti.
.This will be the first time in the
history of the two institutions that
the Oratorical association has given a
dramatic performance in Ypsilanti.
Tickets have been placed on sale at
Wahr's and Sheehan's book stores for.
the accommodation .of Ann' Arbor peo-
ple.
Red Cross Wants Clithes to Remake
"People who will save their old
clothes for the Red Cross to remake
into garments for French children will
be doing a patriotic service," says
Mrs. Louis P. Hall, who has charge
of the sewing for the Ann Arbor
branch of the organization. Because
of the prohibitive price of woolen
materials outing flannel has been used
for dresses but has not proven entire-
ly satifactory.
Cast off 'suits are particularly de-
sired. Wqmen who contribute clothing1
that cannot be used in its present form
are requested to rip and wash the
articles, if possible, before taking
them to the Red Cross.
Alumnus Given Medical Commission
Dr. Frederick T. Wright, '96, of
Doyglas, Ariz., has recently enlisted in
the medical reserve corps with the
rank of captain. Captain Wright ex-
pects to stop in Ann Arbor next Sat-
urday on his way to Washington.
Free Exhibition of Raemaeker's
Great War Cartoons; daily at James
Foster's House of Art.-Adv.

milk or tea.
Dinner-Hominy, mutton
gravy, lettuce with cream mint
bran popovers, butter or oleo,
bananas, tea, coffee or milk.

Thursday
Breakfast-Apricots,

grape

TORICAI. ASSOCIATION TO I
PRESENT PLAY IN YPSILANTI
ehearsals *have begun again on
n Mansfield's "The Tragedy of
" which is to receive a second pre-
ation by the University Oratorical
ciation at 8 o'clock, central time,
irday evening, at Pease auditor-
in Ypsilanti.+
he play is to be presented under
auspices of the Ypsilanti Study
for the benefit of the City hos-
l fund. When "The Tragedy oft
" was presented by the association
28, in Sarah Caswell Angell hall,
unqualified 'success caused such

roast,
sauce,
baked
nuts,

cream of rice, toast, butter or oleo,
coffee or milk.
Lunch-Vegetable soup, creamed po-
tatoes, cold mutton, plum butter,
bread, butter or oleo, cottage pudding,
blueberry sauce.
Dinner - Mashed potatoes, pork
chops, fried apples, lettuce, French
dressing, corn bread, butter or oleo,
chocolate ice cream.
Friday -
Breakfast-Dates, shredded wheat,
rolled barley, toast, butter or oleo,
coffee or milk.
Lunch-Tuna rabbit with fried
noodles, Harvard beets, bread and
butter or oleo, sauce and cake, tea or
milk.
Dinner-Baked potatoes, fried trout,
deviled cold slaw, rye bread, butter or
oleo, pumpkin pie.
Saturday
Breakfast - Baked apples, corn"
flakes, barley g'rits, toast, butter or
oleo, milk or coffee.
Lunch--Tomato bouillion, baked po-
tato cakes, creamed dried beef, dill
pickles, rice with chocolate sauce, tea
or milk.
Dinner-Browned potatos, stuffed
beef tenderloin, parsnips with cream,
ryb' bread, butter or oleo, baked corn-
starch pudding, tea, coffee or milk.
Sunday
Breakfast-Oranges, cornmeal grid-x

Choice Wits From,
College Leanges
Dental students fitted to do clinical
work have done a rushing business
this year at the University of Min-
nesota. Since the opening of school
in the fall about 30,000 cases have
been handled by the 135 juniors and
seniors who are working in the clinic.
Miss Cornelia Sorabji is the first
woman to study law at Oxford univer-
sity, England, besides being the first
Indian woman student. Miss Sorabji
is at present'holding the position of
advisor to the Purdah women.of Beng-
al.
Pocket gophers are the cause of a
$500,000 annual loss in Iowa,. accord-
ing to Dr. Dayton Stoner, zoologist
at the University of Iowa, Who is mak-
ing a detailed study of rodents.
The famous library collected by the
late John W. Wrenn was recently pur--
chased by Major Littlefield, an Aus-
tin banker, for $225,000 in cash and
was presented by him to the Universi-
ty of Texas.
Military drill has /been "made com-
pulsory for all men students at Bos-
ton university.
Radcliff college women are orgainz-
ing a farm unit. . Last year Vassar,
Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, .and
Goucher colleges did notable war work
with their farms. The Radcliffe unit'
will be sent to one of the districts'
where farm labor is scarce.
Cock Fight Trial to Be Held Today
The case of the people vs. Carl A.
Lehman will be heard in Judge Doty's
-court this morning. Mr. Lehman is the
county proescutor and is appearing-
before the court on the charge of be-
ing present at a cock fight held in
this city several weeks ago. Of the
number of local men present the pros-
ecutor is the only one who pleaded not
guilty to the charge. It is unofficially
reported that the prosecutor will base
his case on the fact that he attended
not for the sport of the escapade, but
in the interest of the law preparatory
to making arrests. Frank DeVine,
city attorney, will present the case of
the people.
St.P atrick's party at Maccabee
Temple, Friday, March 15, by Uilform
Rank. Jacobas full orchestra.-Adv.

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FOR SALE-A trio of saxophones;
baritone, alto and soprano. Call
860.
FOR SALE-Dress Suit. Call 373-R.
FOR SALE-The Daily can &oll as7r
thing, it is our apecialty.,
JISCELLANEOUS
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spring vacation and qualify for sum-
mer position. Apply 232 Nickels-
Arcade, next Friday, 2-5.

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Prof. Rankin Lecture,
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morals, and in religioi
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the "Necessity of Faith,
Chair house. "No mat
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