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March 21, 1918 - Image 6

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MILITARY NEWS

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Pictorial Review

3 ,y

A u'

ot Shop.

Cadets in the R. O. T. C. were ad-
vised by the military authorities yes-
terday afternoon to wear the collars
of their shirts inside the uniform.
They were also instructed to keep
their coats buttoned, not to wear
campaign hats, and to use the regula-
tion puttees and insignia. The R. 0.
T. C. insignia is to be worn one inch
from the end of the collar, and the
U. M. insignia, one-half inch back of
the first marking. The R. O. T. C. in-
signia letters should be 11-16 of an
inch high, and one and 15-16 inches
long.
H. G. Muzzy, president of the 1917
literary class, and Travis Beal, ex-'17,
son of Regent Junius E. Beal, have
received commissions as ensigns in
the United States naval reserves at
the Great Lakes training station, ac-
cording to information received here.
Both have been ordered to report im-
mediately to "some Atlantic seaport."
An announcement has been made of
the engagement of Sergeant T1. Per-
ry, ex-'18, of Flint, to Miss Margaret
Christian, Pontiac. Sergeant Perry is
now with the ambulance unit at Camp
Dodge. He is a member of the Delta
Kappa Epsilon fraternity. The wed-
ding will be held in Pontiac on Sat-
urday, March 23.

April
Patterns
Now On Sale

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Easter Silk Sale
STARTING FRIDAY MORNING

MILLEN'S
BUSY STORE

In time for your Easter Dress.
Over 700 yards all choice new Spring Silks,
values up to $2.00, Your Choice Friday and Sat-
urd ay,

Charmin
Easter Dre=
Silk and So
$13.50, $15,

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50;--Amd

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city of Michigan
very smart models in
Fop-coats
gabardines
wits

Handsome Foulards, Taffetas, Striped Silks,
Messalines, and Wash Silks, all 36 in. wide, beau-
tifully fine.

Come Friday and Saturday for your
Easter Silks

9-

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of them.

Fashions

Harry Mann, ex-'20, and Milburn R.

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A TWO-DAYS'
1 OF SPRING

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silk skirts-

tailored styles-with plenty
dues to choose from-

of

for dress wear and for afternoons-

and fieckwear.

day of the showing-;-be sure and

Palin, ex-'17, have recently received
commissions as ensigns in the United A U IN L~ U I
States naval auxiliary which is now
stationed on the Atlantic coast.T
They Even Train
A change in the physical and athlet-
ic contests under the direction of Dr.rA s
George A. May was announced last
night. * The members of the First reg- There is one man in the University
iment will be given the following con- who is in training right. He spends
tests at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon: his days and nights in Waterman
First regiment-Companies I any K, gymnasium, pole vaulting and prone
cross country run, wrestling; com- falling. He fences and jumps rope.
panise L and M, two-mile run on out- He is clubby with the bars and
door track (if weather permits), hor- weights; he knows their every whim.
izontal bars, rope climbing, and sprint- There are times when discourage-
ing, ment almost overwhelms him; it is
then that he rushes forth in to the
Prof. Arthur E. Boak spoke to the cool night and scanning the heavens,
cadets on "Military, History" at 4:15 swears "Sainted Diana, can it be the
o'clock yesterday afternoon in Hill cheese of others days?"- He gallops to
auditorium. Professor Boak will give a mirror and admires the muscles of
another lecture to the cadets next his arms, bulging like clustered base-
Wednesday afternoon, balls. fe looks up his last summer's
log . and finds the note: "Barton's
dam to boat house-8 min. flat. He
i1 QI U chins himself 20 times in memory.
T-eIitear 1i Y Says No, about - to -be - enlightened - one;
he is not training for baseball-he is
bOOTH TARKINGTĀ©N, by Robert merely awaiting the opening of the
Cortes Holliday. Doubleday, Page _le Huron season.
and company. WRESTLERS START ANNUAL
"Round Mr. Tarkington's luminary, TOURNAMENT AT GYMNASU1
the boy, always revolve his natural
satellites, the dog and the darkey. The Two Matches Were Held Yesterday in
fates which so well looked after and Middleweight and Welter-
catered .to the ' talents of the author weight Classes
saw to it that he was born in a city
which was practically a southern city, Two well-contested matches marked
where the barbers, the coachman, the the beginning of the All-campus
nurse-maids, and the waiters were wrestling tournament yesterday aft-
'colored'." So says Mr. Robert Holli- ernoon at Waterman gymnasium.
day in his late book "Booth Tarking- In the middleweight division, E. M.
ton," in which he has combined an in- Clifford, '21, seured a fall over F.
timate and more or less . humorous Andrus, '21, in jpine minutes, ten sec-
study of the author's personal life onds. The match was hard-fought
with a serious and careful analysis throughout and it was impossible to
of his writings. pick the winner until the last few
With the exception of a few persenal seconds. Andrus put up a game fight
sketches, practically nothing has been and at one time in the first few min-
written about the Hoosier author utes seemed to have the advantage.
whose "Penrod has become the com- However, Clifford came back strongly
mon property of the English speak- and secured the fall with a bar arm
ing world. And if we are to judge and half nelson.
from Mr. Holliday's book, this has The other contest was not so leng-
not been because of insufficient or thy,. but was faster while it lasted. It
uninteresting material, for we are here was a welterweight match in which
confronted with a wealth of anecdotes
of every sort. Beginning with the O
early childhood of Mr. Tarkington, the WHAT S GING ON
writer follows through with us his
college career, where he tried almost
everything that one can try in TODAY
college, thence through his eight years 12:15 o'clock -. Dental faculty
of apparent stagnation, takes up with luncheon at the Michigan Union.
us the study of his va'ious writings, 12:35 o'clock-Lenten services at
and finally concludes: "By what he 444 South State street.
has done he has 'let himself in for' a 4:15 o'clock-Faculty concert in
great deal. By what he has *irritten, - Hill auditorium.
we may know that he has not yet 7:30 o'clock-All-engineer smoker
begun to write." at the Michigan Union.
Mr. Holliday is a facile writer, and TOMORROW
his book is clever throughout, .com- 12:35 o'clock-Lenten services at
bining delightful bits of comedy with 444 South State street,
real insight and thoughtful enter- 6 o'clock-Engineers' banquet at
pretation. He has made a careful the Methodist, church.
study of his subject, but he has not 7:15 o'clock-Alpha Nu literary so-
allowed himself to forget the person- ciety meets in Alpha Nu rooms. . n -
ality of his man. versity hall.
8 o'clock-Michigan-Wisconsin de-
City Can Easily. Raise Airplane Funds ;bate in Hill auditorium.
"Enough money for the construction U.N4TICES
of an airplane factory in this city can The Varsity Mandolin club will re-
be easily raised within a few days," hearse at 7 o'clock tonight in Univer-
said Mr. Charles Brooks, chairman of sity hall.

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Ann Arbor D
W. J. Davies, '19, defeated H. M. Now- with a body hold.
len, '19. The fall came after three About half a dozen matc
minutes, 20 seconds, and was secured run off Saturday afternoon.
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Delicious,

Refreshing,

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Easter Opening
Thursday and Friday
March 21st )nd 22nd
Tonight Spring's loveliest Fashions will be formally
exhibited by a

Y jto Prof. W. L. Miggett, superintendent
IING of the shops. Professor Miggett stat-
ed yesterday that this is the only pos-
bably sible way of meeting the shop short-
the age. Official action on the matter has
not been taken yet.
f the
e by You will always find bargain In
Daily advertisements. Rad them.

PROMENADE OF
LIVING MODELS

rertleers.-A t

nf

in the Second Floor Salon. Hats, Suits,
Shoes and Accessories will be presented i
bf original styles for all Spring and Sum
Here .fashionable Ann Arbor can reviet
modes of New York, London and Paris.

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The whole
every section
freshing Sprir
The Fashi
the doors will
time for a lei
collections.

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