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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GIVES TWILIGHT CONCERTj

)lars of unusual distinction Beethoven's Sonata in A minor was
next week in the Alumni given a brilliant interpretation by
Nall on subjects in the field Mr. Samuel P. Lockwood and Mrs.
history and literature. George B. Rhead in the Twilight con-
on J. Laing of the Univer- cert held yesterday afternoon in Hill
cago will lecture on, Tues- auditorium. The first two movements
ednesday on the Roman re- contain various themes *hich were
Prof. C. T. Currelly of the accompanied by oft-repeated birdlike
of Toronto will lecture phrases. The finale opened in a
on "Recent Discoveries in rhythmic militaristic style ending in
owing Light on Roman Do- an effective climax.
.""Comfort Ye My People" by Handel!
r Currelly is director of the and Thomas' "The Swan and the Sky-
ario Museum in Toronto lark" were exquisitely rendered by
suddenly come into prom- Mr. James Hamilton. He has a pow-
a repository for some very erful voice, full of sympathy and pa-
historical collections. He thos which was at its best in these
ciated with the veteran numbers.
st Flinders Petrie, in im- Mrs. Rhead played a group of num-
>rks of exploration and ex- bers consisting of an "Intermezzo"
by Brahms and a Chopin Etude and
r Laing is also a Canadian Scherzo. She has mastered the many
who came to the United difficult technical passages..In the lat-
tccept a fellowship at John ter part the melodies were -strongly
niversity. He is considered brought out, although at times the
the most brilliant of the accompanying notes were hardly aud-
aembers of the University ible.
's faculty and his lectures-
illustrated with stereopti- Dancing Friday and Saturday nights
cannot-fail to be of unusual at the Armory.-Adv.
those outside the field' of .
studies. Always-Daily Service-Always.

UNIVERSITY WILL RIN
WORK ON ROLL oF HONOR
QUESTIONNAIRES TO BE SENT
ALL ALUMNI AND FORMER
STUDENTS
First steps towards drawing up
Michigan's roll of honor will be un-
dertaken May 1 when 35,000 blanks

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9HIESN FOR NEW_ UNION ARRIVE
DESIGNER IN TOWN SUPERVIS-
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POSTOF FICE ASKS Bt
HOUSES TO SEND

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Postoffice officials have again sent
out an appeal to local business estab-
lishments, requesting them that all
.their mailing matter be sent out ear-
lier in the day. It is estimated that
between 60 and 80 per cent of the

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alumni by the cataloging department
of the University for the purpose of-
'ascertaining how many of them have
entered government service. These
blanks will be sent to all graduates,
non-graduates, and students who have
left the University within the period
that the United States has been at
war.
Supply Information
The complete filling out of the blank
will supply the enlisted man's or offi-
cer's name, the date and place of his
birth, the date on which he entered
service, the rank he held, on entering,
the. promotions won by him since, and
his present location. They are to be
filled out by the man in service him-
self or, if this is impossible, by the
person of nearest kin to him.
Each blank will be accompanied by
an explanatory circular signed by
President Harry B. Hutchins. These
are of two kinds: one for alumni, the
other for students. Those for alumni
will be sent to their last known mail-
ing address, with the, request that, if
they are not to be found there, they
should be forwarded to them, when-
ever possible. These circulars con-
tain a clause asking the addressee if
he contemplates entering the service
within aq short time, to withhold the
blank until then, when he should fill
it out and return it to the University..
The circulars for students will be
mailed to their parents with a re-
quest that they fill them out for their
sons.
Add Card to Letter
In connection with their search for
information about Michigan men in
service, the cataloguing department,
which mails out all of the University's
circulars to students, adds in each let-
ter mailed to a former student or
alumni, a small card containing on it
the words: "If in military service,
give rank and location." "By this
means," said Mr. H. L. Senseman,
"when the parents of an enlisted man
receive a letter addressed to him, in-
stead of replying that their son is not
at home, they furnish us with the in-
formation that we desire so strongly
in order to make a complete roll of
honor of Michigan men."
FIRE DOES CONSIDERABLE
DAMAGE AT ZETA PSI HOUSE

AB-SOLUT3L
-something new under the
sun-a drink of sparkle, nip and
an entirely new taste that you will
say is "there". Nothing insipid
about it-but strictly soft-Bevo.

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Wuerth --- Jack Pickford, in'
Tom Sawyer." Also Mack Sen-
nett comedy, "Pullman Bride."
Orpheum - Roy Stewart in'
"Keithof the Border." Also com-
edy, "A Full Dress Fizzle."
Arcade-Madge Kennedy, in'
"Our Little Wife." Also Christie
comedy, "Stepping Out."
Rae-Ann Murdock in the "Im-
poster" Also Pearl White. '

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it for refreshing properties~-
cereals-and-Saazer-hops flavor.

Served at all first-class places, in
its own original "squatty brown
bottles, sterilized and hermetically
patent-crowned.
See that the Fox seal over the
crown is broken in your presence
when you order Bevo in public.
Farmilies supplied by grocer.
Manufactured and bottled exclusively by
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis, U.S.A.

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Have your Bevo cold.

Fire from an unknown origin was
the cause of considerable damage at
the Zeta Psi house, 512 South State
street, last night. The fire began in a
waste-basket and was first discovered
at 12:40 o'clopk, after it had eaten
a hole through the floor.
A few pieces of furniture and sever-
al articles of clothing were lost
through the fire, but it is estimated
that the damage will not reach over
$50. The fire was put out in short
order after its discovery without the
aid of the-fire department.

AT THE ARCADE
Madge Kennedy's conversationalj
hands, almost as eloquently funny as
Charlie Chaplin's feet, are conspic-
uously featured in "Our Little Wife,"
which is being shown at the Arcade
again today. In fact the whole play
gives this actress an opportunity to
display her personality and she ap-
pears one moment as a spoiled child
and the next assumes an expression
that softens even the hardest heart
In her audience.
CITY NEWS
Preparations are being made for the
selection of 39 men to be sent to
Camp Custer next Tuesday. Orders
were received in the local selective'
service office to send these 39 men
to complete the number to be sent
from this city in the first draft. These
men have been ordered to report to
the local draft board April 1, and will
entrain for Camp Custer Tuesday
morning. The selects were selected
by order number, not by classification.'
Funeral services for the late Pri-
vate John Monohan who was killed
at Camp Custer, Sunday, were held
yesterday from St. Thomas church.
A detail of 28 of the 330th field artil-
lery attended the services.
Frank L. Osborne, who has appear-
ed for trial in circuit court on statu-
tory charges and been convicted, was
sentenced to from two to 10 years in
the state reformatory with a recom
mendation of five years.. This is the
maximum sentence.
Postmaster Horatio J. Abbott has
urged local merchants to aid him as
much as possible in preventing mail
congestion by placing. mail matter in
the hands of the postal men before
closing hours. He declared that there
was an unprecedented increase in mail
traffic and that it would be a material
advantage to the local office if mail
could be sent out early in the day.
The Rev. R. S. Loring of the Unitar-
ian church has tendered his resigna-
tion to the local congregation to ac-
cept the pastorate of a church in
Boston.
A service flag containing 52 stars
representing men in the service who
were former pupils in the Bock school
of this city, was presented to the
school by the pupils at a special meet-
ing held there Tuesday evening.
STATE CHAIRMAN OF WOMEN'S
LAND ARMY TO SPEAK TODAY
Plans which are being outlined for
a farm unit of University women, in
connection with the Women's land
army of America, will be completed
after the visit of Mrs. Willim B. Wil-
liams of this city today. Mrs. Wil-
liams is state chairman of the organ-
ization, and will talk on the subject
at the first meeting of the food confer-
ence this afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium. Her information will be de-
tailed and practical.-
Opportunity will soon be given for
registering with Miss Alice Evans,
physical director, in her office in the
gymnasium 'br work with a unit this
summer.
AnnMunc Birth o n Daughter
A daughter was bairn to Prof. W.. L.
Badger and Mrs. Badger on March 16.

Professor Badger is an assistant pro-
fessor in the chemical engineering de-
partment.

academic figures which are to be plac-
ed above the entrance of the new
Union building have arrived and are
now in position.
Mr. M. T. Murphy, of! Chicago, the
designer of the figures, is in Ann Ar-
bor supervising their installation. Mr.
Murphy studied sculpture at the Eng-
lish Royal Academy of Arts, and has
worked both in England and in this
country. Mr. A. B. Pond, '80, and
Mr. I. I Pond, '79E, the architects
,for the new Union, who are donating
the figures, commissioned Mr. Mur-
phy to submit the designs.
Athlete Represented
The athletic figure, which will look
,In the direction of Ferry field. repre-
,sents a masculine type, an embodi-
ment of muscles and sinews. At the
athlete's left is a football, and at his
right a baseball and bats.
The academic figure, to face Univer-
,sity hall, is symbolical of the scholar.
tHe wears the senior gown and car-
,ries in his left hand the mortarboard,
and in his right a book,
Both designs are executed in the
heroic size and will be made of Bed-
ford limestone.
BOARDING HOUSE KEEPERS
DISCUSS FOOD .SITUATION
"At no time since December 23rd
has France had more than a three
,day's supply of food on hand and Eng-
land is on a strict card system with
po reserve on hand," said Mr. C. C.
Freeman, assistant county food ad-
ministrator, before a meeting of Ann
Arbor boarding house proprietors held
,last evening at the Linda Vista.
"Food, rather than guns, will win
the war. Germany is obtaining ttse
foodstuffs of which- she is in vital
need from neutral countries. It is up
to us to see to it that our soldiers and
our allies do not want in this direc-
tion."-
County Food Administrator Gr ves
was also present and answered ques-
tions put to him concerning the ,v irk
,of the food conservation commission.
He strongly recommended that ,iv '
tone atfend the conservation meetings
to be held Saturday afternoon at Bar-
bour gymnasium and Saturday eve-
ning at the Congregational church.
WOODLAND PLAYERS WILL GIVE
FOUR OPEN AIR PERFORMANCES

TODAY - SOME SHOW
ANN MAURDOCK
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"The Little Imposter"
A Beautiful Girl in a Clever Play
5-Parts-5
Also Helen Holmes
in "The Lost Express"
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PEARL WHITE
In "THE FATAL RING"
Prices the same. Continuous
from 2 p. m. Standard.

late in the afternoon could be mailed
much earlier.
The circular states that the gov-
ernment realizes the financial losses
that may be incurred through such
late mailing and therefore wishes to
remedy things. It also explains that
this is not an economical measure,
but is for the purpose of meeting the
present complicated situation incid-
ent to war activities.
Dance at Maccabee Hall by "Uni-
form Rank," Friday, 22nd. Special
Music.-Adv.
Eves. 5c to A I Pop.MatsWed
$2.50, Sat. Mat. and Sat. 54c
50c to $2.00 DETROIT $.00
New York Winter Garden Revue
PASSING SHOW OF 1917
A RCADE
Show ?t 3. ' and 8:3o Eastern Time
isc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Thur-trji 22 Madge Kennedy an "Our
Little Wife" and Christie Comedy,
"Stepping Out." 2oc.
Sat-23-Virginia Pearson in "Stolen
H2nor" nd Christie Comedy, "Bet-
ty's Big Idea."
Mon-25-Harold Lockwood in "Broad-
- way Bill," and Drew Comedy, "Help
Wanted."
TuesaWed26-27-Theda Bara in "Cam-
ille" and (Tues) Pathe.News, (Wed)
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
UOODHEW ILUAL UO
Flowers Baskets
Plants Corsages
Ferns Decorations

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Four open air performances of
Shakespearean plays will be given this
summer during the summer session.
There will be two performances on
July 12 and 13, in the campus open
air theater. These-plays will be given
by Elsie Herndon Kearns and her
company, who are known as the
"Woodland" players. They are the
successors to the Ben Greet players
who came to Ann Arbor for many{
years before the war. The campus
open air theater is built every sum-
mer near Tappan hall. The sides are
entirely enclosed, and an admission
fee is charged for these performances.
LIBERTY LOAN HONOR FLAGS
TO BE GIVEN IN THIRD DRIVE
Washington, March 21.-A new and
distinctive feature will be introduced
in the third Liberty Loan campaign,
by awarding to every city or town in
the country which oversubscribes more
than its quota of bonds and honor flag,
given by the treasury department.
The flag will be 36 inches wide and
54 inches long. The body of the flag
will be white with a red border, and
thr e blue vertical stripes denoting
the third loan. The flags are already
being manufactured, and will be
awarded as soon as the right to fly
them is won.
Gasoline 23c, Polarine 50c. Staebler
& Co., 117 S. Ashley St.-Adv.
Class dancing at the Packard Acad-
emy Monday and Thursday evenings,
7:30 to, 9:30. Private lessons by ap-
pointment. Phone 1850-F1.-Adv.

WuerthTheatre
Matinees-2:oo, 3:30
Evenings--6 :30, 8:0o, 9:30
Phone- 6o-i
Prices:--Matinees x5c; Evenings 2oc
We Pay the Tax
BOOKINGS FOR MARCH
'Thur-Fri-21-2AJack Pickford in "Tom
Sawyer." Also Mack Semet Corn.-
edy, "Pullman Bride."
Sat-23-Margarite Fischer in "Miss Jac-n
kie of the Army." Also Comedy and
Weekly.
Sun-Mon-2425 - Marguerite Clark in
"Bob's Matinee, Idol." Also Son of
Democracy, "His Mother."
Trues-Wed-26-27-All Star Cast in "Be-:
ware of Stranger." In 8 Parts. Be
Thur-Fri-28.29 - Sessue Hayakawasan
"The Secret Game." Also Keystone:
Comedy, "Court and Cabaret."
Matinees-z:oo, 3:30
Evenings-6:30, 8:0o, 9:30
Phone--i6o-Jr
Prices :
Mat. ioc; Eve. i5c; Children 5c
No Tax
BOOKINGS FOR MARCH
Thur-Fri-2i-22-Roy Steiart in "Keith.:
of the Border." Also Comedy, "A
Full Dress Fizzle."
Sat-23.Douglas Fairbanks in "Down to
Earth." (Ret.) Also Comedy. -
Sun-Mon-24-25-Winifred Allen, "From
rwo to Six." Also Comedy, "Their
Undercover Capers."
Tues-26-Roy Stewar- in "Law's Out
Law." (Ret.) Also Serial, "The
Eagle's Eye." No. 3.n Gwno
Wed-27-Alyn Ruebensi "o oIf
Destiny." (Ret.) Also Serial, "The
k Eagle's E ye." No. 3.

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