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( Low Mt ILiTARY NEWS Early SringShc
S h" Representatives of inter-company
soft ball teams will meet at 1:30 Cocfet j
pe~~o'clock this afternoon in Dr. May's i
office, 'Waterman gymnasium, for the H c e -r e a
f Spring your eye naturally wan-. purpose of arranging a definite play- H c e - re a
rig ow hoes (h t is unessyou in schdul. -Also just received a line of Spring
young men, or women who wear Mk up drills will be held from
d 10 o, 12o'clock tis morning in
Waterman gymnasium,f IU E
In either case as a weare r o x - _GeealOdes o.9 T.C
fords, you mena will be likely to ap- who desire to try out for the trackBew nthTear
prove this new Walk-Over mo- del. team, Varsity baseball team, and ___________________
freshman baseball team may do so,
Can you beat the comfortable yet and will be excused from drill for the AN N AR B R G
ditntvrie? osaesih pril.e during,. the remainder of DEALERS IN
10 2. Men who are notified by coaches
ly boad r, omfotabe h elsthat they are not qualified for teams
_ have to LcJhol an your feet wmith will, immediately report to their cor- I ~3E3
iictvlt pnis for regular military instruc-D aE B0
~i, an nd lac Gai Skn, 3.1. All cadets who becomes mm
.00, all idhs bers of any of the above teams will
beexcsedfrom -all drills, excepting
Ir htthey must attend two makeup N OO I
7 / drills each week, and the lectures on 620 W. HURON
U V o m r e n jW edn esday.__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
BY ORDER OF LEUT MULLEN:'
t~ht1Sou 1t.Lt, .S., retired, Adjutant. F~iL
of every descriptio
r a13. It IsLester Hecht, ex-'18L, is '.ill with
' ipneumonia at the Marine hospital in See
ti Vam. Cp, straightTi and a. fin'e Cleveland. Hecht left the University
la'C lhlsstrso e I i ihthe. naval 'auxiliary reserve unit ww
aligmclestrsm.tis which entrained in Cleveland on. Cousins.,ed& i-lai~ 'easei s s Mrc $
e'ici iaigbcue ti sMrh1. __ Members of the Florists' Telegraph Dc
)le. .Also because it has that snug Walter Harold Wistrand, ex-'18P',
Menominee, who is now in the am-
hoe blntihh sey ome s blance crps somewhere in France,"
Ca lf Skingalso Cool Kid.has recently been, cited for a .Croix
Ki.de Guerre for "courage and devotion YO R SP 1NQI
KOO to to duty," according to nformation -re-wiltto
$.0.o 7.00 ceived here. Wistrand enlisted last will be carefully tailored of
FSTETTER'S ~year and went into'the R. 0. T. C.pedbef ris
Dgf~I ~Cadets .will, meet in front of Bar- New M vodls distintctly ourc
ER ' B O O bour gymnasium at 1:30 o'clock this
5 S. MAIN ST.)' afternoon for the regular hike. -The GOLFSIT'SRIJ
' ~cadets are requested: to. bring two
re that fits your foos small pieces of red and blze ribbon.'
Charles F. Lambert; ex-19, a mem- D. !E. G renn
tNM N GIE division will o crate most of theheofteUieStesnvl.r-1 E TGI S."= serves, will arrive from Detroit to- The Custom Tailor
OR TO U. OF Mid pants as well as construct them, so0 night to make arrangements with 35
that we will need electrical and che-stdnstenethsbancofte-______________________
laical engineers as well as mechanical service. Additional information can
n is one of the six univer- andi construction men..,e obtained by calling :131.
is country which have been The men will first be placed on con-
Burnish graduate engineers struction work, according to Colonel Trisht Opera Produced In Vienna ~~ im
r for wrk on the govern- White, and will be transferred to the Amtram pil1.Whtiesin1Y 1 YJ Li.
nitrate plants," said Lieut. operating department as faot as the tombete rst prly.-tis pa
White, chief of the nitrate plants are completed. ob h is url uks pr
ordnance office, recently f has been produced at the Vienna iwdahiWsintnVlsoeaou.Istteis"a-
r Germni Woman is Xater Butcher ban" and it is based on the ArabianU n s ied
White, who was formerly; Amsterdam, April 19.--The first J Nights tales. Both the book and the_
4chemical engineering, at woman master butcher has madusc are y Turs rtcssyta
ity,.explained the plans of mu e the music, being eastern, suffers some-' Detachment ofe the Univers
n fo th costrutio ofappearance, the German papers say. what from "rhythmic monotony," but
nitrteonsttones of- Frau Storzel, of Bautzen, Saxony, has "that the Turkish national dances and
inirt akes ow-th gained the master's certificate of the "the "Imam's Prayer. Sene" 'ere a il an eofry uCret,
ne unded illon ollrsbutchers guild, and is carrying on.! success. 1'
nehnrdmlindlasthe business of her husband, who is at txesrie
appropriated by congress the front. ; ti-earbering Srie
'k. Always--Daily Seric--Always
?,000 Horse .Power
rwer plants of the new
ill produce 200,000 fhorse We Represent the NICKEL'S ARCAE
id Colonel White, "and' Steinway, Knabe, Vose & Sons, Sohmer, Grinnell Bros., BARBER SH O
s of this will be consumed
>of electricity in the elec- Sterling, Shominger, and many other,,makes.
b.e electric furnaces 'which The world's famous Pianola Player Pianos, Victor
the 'nitrogen from'V the air. Victrolas. SATISFACTION, GUARANTEED.__________
ee different processes will 11,________
n this' work The nitrate -=
GRINNELL BROS.,116 S. Main St. IA

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of canoe, used about six ________ ___
ruble floor and equipment. H j AT'Q plc
desired. Saunders CanoeC OLR devote pa
___________TOMORROW WILL BE LOW-SHOE DAYFO SPIGwra
-New 18 foot canoe with IN ANN ,ARBOR Cun.~bd 3C.Ic ~ae* .3 or
illows, and back rest. Nev- This is
ed. Cn beseenat Sund-Here can be found authentic examples 'of practically every Eight Nurses to Graduate Wednesday ittoo
Livery. I late favorite for Spring and Summer. Eight nurses will graduate from the ence, thoi
Superbly graceful models from foremost designers of foot- St oehssntru riigsho obgin
FOR RENT- for nurses Wednesday."
- - wear.. Deep mahogany, tans, golden browns and blacks in kid The fourth annual commencement Applya
r-Complete furnished or calf with wing or stitch tips. © exercises will be held at 7 o'clock in ment.
;.Use of piano without the evening at the St. Thomas parish
until fall. 3. K. Malcolm, All sizes and widths are present from AA to D; and compe-halonEibehsrt.______
)erty. 1718-M. tent attendants' will fit you fashionably and comfortably. li Members of the graduating class
Large suite and single are: Mr. Earl I. Sayres, Toledo, 0.; Hill.Gorinsei
student and light house- Miss Mary 'Donovan, Cheboygan; Miss Announceir
425 So. Division. 1565-J. SPECIAL ONLY TODAY H Ida W. Friedrichs, Rogers; Miss Mary at the Alpha
Dorothy Dodd black kid Dorothy Dodd dull calf A. Corr, Ontonagon; Miss Hazel G. marriage ofl
LO"T -___ pumps with low heels and pumps with wing tips, welt Ward, Canton, 0b.; Miss Elsie G. ra, Ill.., tot
elaGmaPn aeplain toes, marked soles and low heels, marked, Schaefer, Fond dui Lac, Wis.; Miss of Gladstone,
eynolds on back. Reward.: Carney, Ishpeming; and Miss Mary The weddir
I.$5.45 $5.98 M. Flynn, Ishpeming. AutG
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