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WHAT'S GOING ON
line of very smart models in
every one of them.
Cream every Day
1:30 o'clock-Polonia Literary cir-
cle meets in room 338, Engineering
1:30 o'clock-Assembly of R. O. T.
C. men for hike at Waterman gymna-
7 o'clock-Upper room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
7:30 o'clock-Craftman club meets
in the Masonic Temple.
8:30 o'clock-Military ball in Water-
2:30 o'clock-Michigan-Western Re-
serve baseball game on Ferry field.
4 o'clock- Russian society meets
at the School of Music.
12 o'clock-Prof. J. R. Brumm speaks
at the Methodist church on "Latent
4 o'clock-Bible class meets at 444
South State street.
6:30 o'clock-Corporal F. R. Wahr
speaks to Young Peoples' society at1
the Presbyterian church.
6:30 o'clock-Dr. A. W. Stalker
talks to Wesleyan Guild meeting at:
the Methodist church on "Consecra-
6:30 o'clock- Plymouth Hound
Table meets at the Congregational
7:30 o'clock-Jewish Student so-
ciety meets at 710 Haven avenue.
Representatives of the baseball
teams of the R. O. T. C. will meet at
1:'30 o'clock today in Waterman gym-
The Varsity band will meet at 2:15
o'clock this afternoon in front of Uni-
versity, hall to attend the basebal
game. Blue blouses and capes must
be worn. All members of the R. 0.
T. C. band are invited to cooperate.
CAMPUS, CITY, AND COUNTY
OVERSUBSCRIBE LOAN QUOTAS
(Continued from Page One)
to help in the present struggle, as
well as in every movement fnr civ-
Professor Laird set down what he
termed a "patriotic creeed," among
the principles of which were are fol-
"I belive in a red-hot American
ism which stands for civilization,
democracy, temperance, and the high-
est ideals of mankind.
"I believe that the German-Ameri-
can alliance is about to die-that is
should die a quick death.
"I believe that teachers in the Am-
erican public schools should be Am-
erican citizens. Teachers should at
least have their first naturalization
papers if they are to teach our child-
ren. But they should not only natur-
alize; they should also Americanize.
"I believe we ought to hang all the
spies in our midst according to law.
I don't believe in lynchings. I be-
lieve in the righteousness of the law,
but we ought to have a law for the
hanging of spies in our cpuntry."
APRIL ALUMNUS FEATURES
UNIVERSITY'S WORK IN WAR
Contains Letters From Prof. C. R. Vib-
Bert and Michigan Graduates
How the University is taking part
in the war is the main feature of
the April Michigan Alumnus. Editor
Wilfred B. Shaw, '04, has collected
some very interesting information on
the Michigan alumni, students, and
and faculty men enrolled under their
This issue also contains several war
letters from Prof. C. B. Vibbert,
Michigan's representative at the Ame-
rican University Union in Paris, Dr.
Clara M. Davis,'04M, a Michigan Woman
who is active tending for war orphans
in France, and from Lieut. Donald A.
Smith, ,17E, Robert Patterson, '15, and
Ellis D. Slater '17, all of whom are
fifhting "over there." There are
also two letter from F. L.
D. Goodrich, '30, formerly of the
University library, and now camp
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HELEN HAYES IN "POLLYANNA"
ATI THE WHITNEY TODAY, MATI-
NEE AND NIGHT.
Mr. Bert St. John, director of this
year's Union opera, " Let's Go!" is
returnig to Ann Arbor as the mana-
ger of the "Pollyanna" company, ap-
pearing at the, Whitney theater to-
day, matinee and night. Mr. St. John
was released from the company of
Messrs. Klaw, Erlanger and George
C. Tyler only 'temporarily for his
work with the cast and chorus of
Final 7iout Today
No Heavyweight datch will Be Held
Because of Crane's Enlist.
Followers of wrestling will be dis-
appointed to hear that, owing to the
enlistment of Louis S. Crane, '18E,
in the naval reserve, the final match in
the heavyweight class which mwan-
scheduled for today will notbe held.
The-inability of Crane to compete
leaves "Elmner F. Lewis, '19M, 'heavy-
weight champion of the campus with
Frederick.. Anderson, '19E, as run-
However, the finals in the middle-
weight division will be held this mon
ing at 10 o'clock and all indicatios
point to one of the hardest matches
ever seenmon the campus. The final-
ists, L. L. Pollock, '19L, and R. H.
Jones, company A, Second regiment,
grappled for hf an hour without
a decision being reached when they
tried to settle the championshipbe-
fore vacation. The match had to be
postponed at that time and today the
Fmen will once more try conclusions.
Xs was demonstrated the last time
they met, the contestants are as even-
ly matched as any pair could be, and
the affair should prove interesting
from start to finish.
The officials will be the same as in
the previous matches. 0. P. Lambert
and 3. W. Planck will -act as judges,
F. D. Reider will referee, and R. J.
Knapp will be timekeeper.
MORE ENTRIES WANTED FOR
WOMEN'S TENNIS TOURNEY
More women must sign up for the
annual spring tennis tournament in
order to bring this event up to its
usual standard. At present only 20
women are signed up on the singles
entry, while but two or three pairs
have signified their intention of play-
ing in the doubles tournament. Un-
less more women sign up immediately
for doubles, this part of the tourna-
ment will be cancelled.
Athletic honor points are given for
participation in this sport, one for
completion of the first round, three
for class championship, four for
runner-up, and five for college chain-
pionship. The name of the winner is
also incsribed on a silver loving cup,
which may be retained by the win-
ner of three successive tournaments,
provided she will replace it.
Three of the courts on Palmer field
are ready ' for play, while the New-
berry courts will be completely re-
graded' in a few days.
Col. R. Bolling Killed In Action
Philadelphia, April 19.-Col. Raynal
AT THE THEATERS
"The Brat," at -the Garrick.
Majestic-Betty Howe in "The
Wuerth-.William Russel in
"The Midnight Trial." Weekly No.
22. Also Comedy "The Flirt."
Orpheum - Frank Keenan in
"Loaded Dice." Also Weekly and
Arcada -Constance Talmadge
in "The Honeymoon" and Cartoon,
"The Mysterious Yarn."
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200 Orchestra IETR""
Seats $1.50 DETROIT
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INCREASE IN MARINE CORPS
STRENQ TH VOTED BY HOUSE
Washington, April 19.-Increase of
the marine corps' strength to 75,000
men was voted by the house today to
enable the navy to put an entire di-
vison of sea soldiers at the front with
General Peirshing's forces.
The Winsome Triangle 'Star
ventngs by a
Ave., Cor. De
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A Seven Pert Feature lull
of Punch and Surprise
Mon-22-Francis X. Bushman an
erly Bayne in "The Brass Che
Drew Comedy, "Before and
E. K. Lincoln in "Vor the Fi
of the World" and (Tues.)
News, (Wed.) Mutt & Jeff C
"Ups and Downs of Detective
T H E A T R E
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SHOWS - 3, 7, 8:30 - St
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Charlies Best Comedy
Now About Your Libeity Boad?
Clothes to sell the old clothes
TH EAT R E
FOUR DAYS STARTING
TUESDAY, APRIL 23
THE BEAST OF BERLIN
which all good American's
Shows-3:00, 7:00, 8 :3O-Show
25c - Including Tax - 2
Prices:-Matinees rsc; Even
We Pay the Tax
BOOKINGS FOR API
Sat-20-William Russell in "
night Trail." Weekly No.
edy, "The Flirt." Hr
Su-o-2r-22--W. S. Hr
Silent Man." Also Sonaof
racy, 'No. 5, "ender Mem
"Mother." Also "Eagle Eye
in "The Turn of a Card," in
Sat-27-Mary Miles Minter
ers That Pray." Weekly
Gornedy, "Thie Lamb."
Evenings-6:30, 8:0o, g
Mat. roc; Eve. 15c; Childi
BOOKINGS FOR APR:
Sat-2o-Frank Keenan in
Dice." Also Weekly andaC
"Madam Who," in 7 parts.
Tuc-s-23-Mary Pickford in
Sunnybrook Farm." Alsc
Eye," NO. 7. (Ret. )
ble Crossed." Also "Eag
No. q. (Ret.)'
"Grand Passion," in 6 parts
i, will give a price
210 Hoover Ave.
)lant. Phone 2601
SATURDAY APRIL-20 Mat. and N
213 E. LIBERTYI
or Lakes effective for Great Lakes yards, re-
Uniform troactive to April 1. The decision
Atlantic prescribes eight hours as the work-
-as made ing day.
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Used Kodaks in exchange toward New
ave use for all of them in our Rental De-
them at much less than their real value.
bur Kodak out and have it put in order for
librarian at Camp Greene, N. C.
In the resume of events at the Uni-
versity during the past month are
articles concerning the presentation
of "Let's Go!", the Junior Girls play,
and "Phorm)o." the Classical club
play. The magazine takes up the
subject of alumni reunions to be held
soon at the University by various gra-
No Dance at Armory Tonight
The-management of the armory an-
nounced last night that there would
reported several days
has been killed in a