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ALLIES HALT HUNST A
MOREUIL AND HANGARD
(Continued from Page One)
considerable activity on the Asiago
plateau. and along the Piave river, and
that in Albania on the western shores
of the Adriatic the Austrians have
been repulsed after an attack on a
position held by the Italians.
GERMAN ATTEMPT TO BRIDGE
OISE FRUSTRATED BY FRENCH
With the French army in France,
March 31.-(Delayed).-A. daring at-
tempt by the Germans to cross the
1ise today and form a bridge for fu-
ture advances was easily frustrated by
the French. One of the famous storm
battalions succeeded in getting over
near Chauny, but never returned. It
was almost entirely annihilated.
There remained about 100 unwounded
men whom the French took prisoner.
Nearly all the bridges crossing the
Oise have been destroyed and the
French hold strong positions on the
southern bank, while all possible, fords
are covered by artillery.
At Plemont two German divisions
which had received strict orders to
execute an advance whatever might
be the cost, and capture a height,
found themselves confronted by a
French division which would not give
way before the fury .f the German
waves. For a moment the French
were forced back, but came at the ene-
my again with such a rush that the
Germans were driven from the height,
leaving 700 prisoners, including 20
officers in the hands of the French.

WHAT'S GIGON
TODAY
4:15 o'clock--University section of
the American Chemical society meets
in room 151, Chemical building.
7 o'clock-Try outs for the Orator-
ical association play the "Silver Box,"
room 302 Mason hall.

April fool Day

7 o'clock -- Rehearsal
Hobbs" in University hall.

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e University of Michigan
ew line of very smart models in
fen's Top-coats
Men's Gabardines
Len's Suits

7 o'clock-Adelphi debating society'
meets . in Adelphi rooms, University'
hall.
7 o'clock-Zoological 'Journal club
meets in room 301, south wing of Un-
iversity hall.
7 o'clock Canadian club banquet
and smoker at Willet's cafe.
7:30 o'clock-Kentucky club meets
at the Michigan Union.
7:30 o'clock-Jewish Students' so-
ciety meets in room 204, Mason hall.
7:30 o'clock-Dr. F. A. Kelly speaks
in the Natural Science auditorium on
"Anaesthesia."
TOMORROW
5 o'clock-11 Circulo Dante meets
in room 204, University hall.
U-NOTICES
Senior engineers are requested to
sign up for their engraved card in-
vitations today and tomorrow in the
Engineering society rooms.
There will be a civil engineer smok-
er at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening
in the Engineering society rooms.
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Keeps Bill B usy
Rumor has it that a large April fool
party was held yesterday in Berlin.
There, so the report states,.the kais-
er was busy explaining all day to his
officers and angry subjects that his
boast of being in Paris by'April 1 was
intended only as a April fool joke for
the slow-witted "Englanders." How
much the joke amused everybody was
to be seen by 100,000 American Sam-
mies entering the first line trenches
to tease the kaiser's soldiers about it.
In Ann Arbor, April fool's day was
celebrated only slightly. As far as
could be learned, no professors came
to class yesterday morning by way of
fooling their students. It is true that
some of them April fooled their stu-
dents who thought they could "get by"
without studying, were called on,
and filunked; but that Jiappens to the
same ftellows many days besides
April 1.
As far as the minor pranks of April
fool's day are concerned, these were
not tried on college students yester-
day in view of their supposedly great
intelligence, for fear that they might
forget themselves and prove foolish.
Thus it was that this year's April
fool day celebration was carried over
s o I As m Iat

as they marched into the t
"A Kaiser There Was," to the
"A Fool There Was."
Nights: Orch-fA R R I Pop.
extra $1.01&$ETRl l eandF
F alanceHotseli$.0
25c to $1.00 DETROIT Seat

RICHARD BENNI
irl "THE VERY ID
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My Uomar
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MAJESTlI
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TODAY

An Americait play with spi
French dressing.
-- Also -
"EDDIE GET THE MOP"
A Funny Comedy

SHOWS
7:00

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e early inspection.

Fashions

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5,691 GARMENTS CONTRIBUTED
IN BELGIAN RELIEF CAMPAIGN

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"University fraternities and soror-
ities were rather slow in giving at the
opening of the campaign, but towards
the end they gave quite a lot of cloth-
ing," said Dr. Warren P. Lombard last
evening, speaking of, the Belgian re-
lief campaign which ended over a
week ago. "Last week after collec-
tions had stopped we had nearly a
truck load of clothing sent to the
headquarters from Barbour gymnasi-
um."
Figures on the amounts of clothing
given have not been obtainable before
because of the immense quantity of
wearing apparel which came in and
simply swamped the committee. As
many as 5,691 garments were given,
which made 55 bales and weighed
more than two tons.
,There were 1,864 garments for wo-
men, the same number for babies, 116
for girls, 984 for men, and 471 for
boys. A whole bale of material which
can be made into babies' and chil-
dren's clothing, and 300 hats were
also' contributed, besides 42 pieces
classified as linen and blankets.'
DETROIT PHYSICIAN LECTURES
HERE .ON LOCAL ANAESTHESIA
Dr. Frank A. Kelly of lDetroit, will
give an illustrated lecture on "Local
Anaesthesia" at 7:30 o'clock tonight,
in the auditorium of the Natural
Science building. The lecture will be
public and is especially for medical
and pre-medical students. Pictures
of several operations where local an-
aesthetics have been used successfully
will be shown.
Dr. Kelly will also hold a surgical
clinic at 1 o'clock today in the Home-
opathic hospital. Dr. Kelly is a Fel-
low of the American College of Sur-
gery, chief-rsurgeonf at the Chalmers
Motor Co., and is connected with the
Grace hospital in Detroit.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB READY
FOR ANNUAL STATE TRIP

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Julia Sanderson in "Rambler
Rose," at the Whitney, Friday,
April 5.

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A RICAD E
Shows at 3:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
x1c Unless Otherwise Specified.
Tues-Wed-2-3-Clara Kimball Young in
"The Marionettes" aind (Tues.)
Pathe Ne es, (Wed.) M utt & Jeff
Cartoon, "The Trainer's Assistant,"
20C.
'Ihll:-: ri-4.5-1AMa*Marsh in "The Pe-
loved Traitor" and Christie Conedy,
"Help, Help, Police." loc.
Sat-6-Lois Wilson in "Alimony." (Ret,)
and Cartoon, "Tfail of a Fish."

Chauncey
a Time,'' at
April 8.

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Olcott in "Once Upon
the Whitney, Monday,

RAE Theatre
TO-DAY
Clara Kimball Young.
-in -
"The Foolish Virgin"
Also Jerry Comedy

WuerthTheatr
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Evenings-6 :30, 8:o, 9:30
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Prices:-Matinees sc; Evenings
We Pay the Tax
o ° BOOKINGS FOR APR~IL
' Tuesed-2-3-Pauline Frederic
- Mrs" Dane's Defense." Also "
Thur-Fri-4-5--Lois Weber in "
of a Good 'Time," 7 parts. Also
P edy, "His Hidden Shame."
Sat-6--Fannie Ward in "Innoc
- News 20. Comedy, "All Aboardc
Sun-Mon---7-8-Dorothy Dalton
"Love Letters." Also Sonof D
racy, No. 3, "My Father."
Tues-Wed-g-ro-J. Warre. lIer
in "A Man's Man, 7 parts.
"'Eagle Eye," No. 5.

TODAY,

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"Mrs. Dane's Defense." - Also *
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Orpheum - Olive Thoman in *
"Indiscreet." Also Eagle Eye, *
No. 4. *
Arcade-Clara Kimball Young
in "Marionettes." Also Pathe *
News.

9:30

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FACTORY HAT STORE
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Rae-Clara Kimball Young in
"The Foolish Virgin."

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Comedy.

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TEMPORARY REGISTRATION
HELD FOR FARMERETTES
Temporary registrations - for farm
work this summer with units of the
women's land army are being receiv-
ed by Miss Alice Evans, physical di-
rector. Women, who definitely de-
cided to join the movement,' will be
asked to sign again after the spring
vacation. Miss Evans will talk this
week to any group interested in the
subject, about the plans of the or-
ganization and the experiments in the
east last. summer. She is persuaded
that the work can be done satisfac-
torily by the women and that it will
prove beneficial to their health. Phy-
sical examinations are required ofI
those who intend to join, and it is said
-the women who worked last year
showed an improvement in their gen-
eral condition of health at the end of
the season.
County committees are now engag-
ed in interesting farmers throughout
the state in the project, and finding
work for the women to do.
University women will be allowed.
to form their own groups and will be
properly chaperoned. They may reg-
ister for any length of time not less

AT THE ARCADE

in Daily w a

Ithan three weeks.

Whitney Theatre

- FRIDAY,

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Attractive Prices

y taking Used Kodaks in exchange toward New
gh we have use for all of them in our Rental De-
many of them at much less than their real value,
to get your Kodak out and have it put in order for
it to me for adjustment and cleaning.

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Detroit will be included in the Cos-
mopolitan club trip this year instead of
Flint as was previously announced,
The members will be gone practically
all of the spring vacation and will
visit Detroit on Monday, April 8, Bay
City on Tuesday and Wednesday,
April 9, and 10, and Saginaw on Thurs-
day, and Friday, April 11, and 12.
The entire expense for members of
the club will be $7.75, and all those
who intend to go must pay the am-
ount to Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, room
302 of University hall, at 4 o'clock
today. Those who have not paid their
dues may pay them also at this time.
Chemical Society to Hold Meeting'
A meeting of the Michigan section
of the American Chemical society will
be held at 4:15 o'clock today in room
151, Chemistry building.
Prof. H. H. Willard will give a pa-
per on "Some Analytical Methods Re-
cently Developed in the Laboratory of
the University of Michigan."
A want a In the Daily will sell
your property.-Adv.

Clara Kimball Young in "The Mar-
ionettes," will appear at the Arcade
today and tomorrow. The well known
actress plays the part of an unsophis-
ticated country girl who is married off
to the Marquis Roger de Monclars who
doesn't care for her at all. However,
she borrows her idea from a marion-
ette show and sets out to win his love.
The play is unique in treatment and
promises to be well liked.
WILL PRESENT "LET'S GO!"
IN KALAMAZOO ON APRIL 8
Instead of playing in Flint Monday,
April 8, "Let's Go!" will be presented
on that date in Kalamazoo, at the
Fuller theater. This change was
made after the opera management as-
certained that a Liberty Loan meet-'
ing was to be held in-'Flint on the
same night as the opera was to be
produced there.
Due to other conflicting arrange-
ments, "Let's Go!" will not be shown
in Battle Creek Tuesday night, April
9. Instead of this show, both matinee
and night performances will be given
there Wednesday, April 10.
Approximately 100 members of the
opera cast, chorus, orchestra, and
committee will leave Ann Arbor at
2:39 o'clock Friday afternoon, going
to Detroit, where three performances
will be 'given at the Lyceum theater,
Friday night, and Saturday matinee
and night. While In Detroit, the troup
will have its headquarters at the Stat-
ler hotel.
The company wIll spend Sunday in
Detroit, leaving there Sunday night
for Kalamazoo. They will leave Kal-
amazoo Tuesday morning for Battle
Creek, where they will be tendered a
dance by the alumni Tuesday night.
They will return to Ann Arbor Thurs-
day, April 11.

in an exquisite screen N ersion of
Pierre Wolff's celebrated play
"The Marionettes"

Prices: $.73-$1.00-$1.50-$2.00

CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG'S brilliant gifts as a eomediei
to splendid advantage in this drama wherein love's passions
liantly relieved by flashes of merrinlent.
"THE MARIONETTES" relates the story of how a simple
girl adopts a puppet show plot and wins her husband's love.

Mall Orders

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CLARA.
KIMBALL
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Aroade .l

Charles- Frohman presents
Julia Sanderson - Joseph Cawthori
in their greatest Musical Comedy Triumph
eRambler Rose"
Empire Theatre Cast and Production

TUESDAY, WEDNE

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