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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, APRIL

7, 1918.

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Walk-Over
;ring Pumps and Oxfords

FOR WOMEN
A wonderful assort-
it of styles and pat-

Pump shown in the
Ut is one of our many
listinctive styles and car-
ies the popular military
eel, long thin vamp and
mall narrow silk bow,
aaking a smart tailored effect.

Unusual value at $5.50.

WHAT'S. GOING ON
TODAY
2:30 o'clock- Michigan-Case base-
ball game on Ferry field.
6 o'clock-Craftman club meets at
the Masonic Temple.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
7:30 o'clock-Bayonne (N. J.)club
meets at 911 Monroe sterrt.
8 o'clock-Prof. Charles Cestre
speaks in Memorial hall on "Bordeaux,
the city of Historic and Artistic In-
terest."

To Search A toes
For War.laterial
"Turn your trash into cash" or
"preach the gospel of the clean attic"
is the recent propaganda of the acting
dean of women, Miss Agnes E. Wells.j
In other universities a salvage de-
partment of the Red Cross has been
instituted. Miss Wells has taken steps
to organize such a department at
Michigan. Hereafter all your pre-
cious "trash" can be turned to account
by senting it to Mrs. Blackburn at
Barbour gymnasium.
Following are the items that are of
most value to the salvage department:
tin foil, paste tubes, dental fillings,
brass, copper and aluminum ware, all
old jewelry, carbon paper boxes, rub-
ber of all kinds, old tires and inner-
tubes, books, magazines and news-
papers, folded and wrapped, old kid
gloves, clean white rags, mixed and
woolen rags separated, wafer tins and
tin boxes, glass fruit jars, old clothes,
mens shoes, bottles of all kinds, corks,
stamps, castor beans and old clocks
and watches.

FORMER STUDENT TO RELATE
"Y" EXPERIENCES IN FRANCE
George P. McMahon, ex-'18, who has
spent six months in army Y. M. C.
A. work in France since the United
States entered the war, will give an ac-
count of his experiences at 6:30
o'clock, Sunday evening, before the
Plymouth Round Table of the Con-
gregational church. McMahon had
charge of the first army "Y" hut erect-
ed in France. Besides telling of his
experiences he will state some per-
sonal convictions regarding the type
of religion wanted by the soldiers, and
his ideas on the church of tomorrow.
McMahon played the leading parts in
the Union operas of 1914 and 1915.
Fred Tinsman, '18D, will sing some
war songs which are favorites with
our soldiers in France.
Sir Weir to be Minister of Air Forces
London, April 26.-Sir William Weir
has been appointed minister of air
forces in succession to Lord Rother-
mere who resigned yesterday.
Patronize our advertisers -Adv.
IARCADEI

of ithe Spring. and
Summer Models of-
fered by us will im-
press you once again
with the characteris-
tic, original and artis-
tic slyles so necessary
to the maintenence
of our reputation for
superb footwear.

A Survey

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Walk-Over Boot Shop.
R. J. Hoffstetter, Prop.
115 S. Main St.

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TOMOROuniy
12 o'clock-Young Peoples' Bible
class meets at the Presbyterian
church.
12:15 o'clock-Prof. John R. Brumm
speaks to Methodist Young Men's
Bible class in Lane hall.
4 o'clock-Bible class meets at 444
South State street.
6:30 o'clock-Young Peoples' so-
ciety meets at the Presbyterian church,
6:30 o'clock Wesleyan Guild meet-
ing at the Methodist church.
6:30 o'clock - Plymouth Round
Table meets at the Congregational
church.
7 o'clock-Jewish student congre-
gation meets in Newberry Hall.
7:30 o'clock-Mrs. Juliet V. Strauss
speaks at the Methodist church on
"How Mother Got Her Halo."
7:30 o'clock-Jewish Student society
meets in Lane hall.
8 o'clock-Menorah society meets
in Newberry Hall.

c."iy the *bee! .e
yood er"o It
r'
asirer

Students of the University of Michigan
should inspect our new line of very smart models in
Young Men's Top-coats
Young Men's Gabardines
Young Men's Suits

Alfred J. Ruby
INCORPORATED
NICKELS
ARCADE

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AT THE THEATERS
"Over the Top," at the Garrick. *

SHOWS AT 3:0o, 6:30, 8:oo, 9:30
xgc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Sat-2 -Constance Talmadge in "The
Studio Girl" and Cartoon, "Rheum-
antics." 20c.
Mon-29 odtllStorey in "The Claim"
and Drew Comedy, "His Strength
of Mind."
Tues-30-Viola Dana i "Blue Jeans"
(Ret.) and Pathe News.

IN DETROIT
101 Washington Blvd.

TODAY

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y tailored garments every one of them.
t ideas. We advise early inspection.

Fashions

Majestic - -Annette Kellerman *
* in "A Daughter of the Gods." *

L g i° o4'4oatC.I z9

a Plate of Ice Cream every Day
bnnor~s

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CREAM
Refreshing, Nourishing

U-NOTICES
The pienic supper for the Young
People's Presbyterian society planned
for this evening has been indefinitely
postponed.
Varsity band will meet in front of
University hall at 2:30 o'clock. The
Varsity uniform is requested. R. 0.
T.- C. band men are asked to co-oper-
ate.
All naval enlisted men in the Uni-
versity or city on furlough, who wish
to assist in recruiting for the service
in Washtertaw county, are requested
to call Phil Pack, '18, at 1166, Mon-
day night.
JEWS IN THE WAR, SUBJECT
OF MENORAH SOCIETY LECTURE
Prof Simon Litman, of the Univer-
sity of Illinois economics department,
will address the Menorah society at
8 o'clock tomorrow night, in Newberry
Hall, on the subject "The Jew in the
Great War."
The Menorah has arranged an in-
teresting program of speakers for
the remainder of this semester. On
May 12, Miss Elizabeth Gutman of
Baltimore, who is touring the colleges
and universities of the west, will sing
Yiddish folk songs at an entertain-
ment to be given here under the aus-
pices of the Michigan chapter of the
Menorah society. Prof. Nathan Issacs,
member of the Cincinnati Law school
faculty, will speak here May 26.
Patronize our advertisers.-Adv.

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Arcade-Constance Talmadge in
"The Studio Girl," and cartoon
"Rheumatics."

Delicious,

Wuerth-Mary Miles Minter in'
"Powers That Pray." Also weekly'
No. 24 comedy, "The Lamb."
Orpheum--Gladys Hulette in
"Mrs. Stacker." Also weekly and

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GET YOUR
'ext Books and S uppliesI

AT THE ARCADE
"The Studio Girl" starring Constance
Talmadge, will be shown at The
Arcade today. As Celia Laird, this
captivating comedienne adds another
to her list of portrayals of American
girls. She escapes from a loveless
marriage with the village lout by hid-
ing in the toneeau of Frazier Ordway's
car; he is returning to New York after
a vacation at Cliff Haven, Celia's home
town, and she had struck up a warm
frindship with him there. Frazer is
engaged to another girl but he soon
realizes his real love for the little
country maiden. How she aids him to
get out of this entanglement and also
to evade the charge of abduction for
which the village constables come to
arrest him, make a thoroughly enjoy-
able picture of delightful comedy.
Patronize a Daily advertiser once
and you will patronize him again.-
Adv.

RAE
THEATER
TO -DAY
WM. S. HART
in
"THE FUGITIVE"
Also 6-Part Triangle
Feature
"HER AMERICAN
HUSBAND"
with
DAINTY DARRELL
FOSS-
Tomorrow, Sunday
SMILING DOUGLAS
FAIRBANKS
in
"FLIRTING WITH
FATE"
See it the RAE

Netra$1.50&8$2 (j Wed. and Fri.
BalanceHouse I,..~E 25c to $1.00
25c to $1.00 DETROIT Seats Now
Messrs. Lee and J. J. Shubert's Sumptuous
"OVER THE TOP"
Big Musical Event
WuerthTheater
Matinees-2:oo, 3:30
+ Evenings-6:30, 8:00, 9:30
G ~Phone-i6o-J
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL & MAY
Sat-27-Mary Miles Minter in "Pow- w
ers That Pray." Weekly No. 24.
Comedy, "The Lamb.";
Sun-Mon-28-29-Geraldine Farrar in
°. "The Devil Stone." Also Son of
Democracy, No. 6, "A President's
Answer."
Tues-Wed-3o Apr x-Maciste, "Hero
Sof Cabiria," in "The Warrior," in 6
parts. Also "E~agle Eye," No. 8.
Thur-Fri-May 23-Jack Pickford in
"Spirit of ',72'
Sat-4-Antonio Morino in "The Nau-
lahka." Also News 28. Comedy,
"Bashful."
SunMon-,-6-Billie Burke in he
band of Promise." Also Son ofC
Democracy, "Native State."
OrpheumTheater
Matinees-2:oo, 3:30
Evenings--6:30, 8:00, 9:30
Phone-16o-J
r BOOKINGS FOR APRIL & MAY
Sat-27--Gadys Hulette in "Mrs.
Stacker." Also Weekly and Comedy.
Sun-Mon-28-29-Henry Walthall in
"Humbrum Brown." Also 2-Reel=
Comedy, "A Preacher's Son."
Tues-3o-Elsie Ferguson in "Barbary
S Sheep." Also "Eagle Eye," No. 8.=
.. (Ret.)
Wed-Mayxi-Douglas Fairbanksin=
S "Man from Painted Post." Also
S "Eagle Eye," No. 8. (Ret.) =o
Thurs-Fri-2-3-Pauline Starke in "In-
nocent's Progress." Comedy, "A'
Janitor's Fall."
Sat-4-Margarita Fischer in "'Ann's
Finish." Also Weekly No. 24. Coin'
edy, "Bashful."
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Ann Arbor

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LOOKS LIKE NEW
Saves $2.00 or $3.00
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Telephone 1790
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YESTERDAY'S GAMES
American League
Washington, 9; New York, 4.
Boston, 2; Philadelphia, 1.
Chicago, 6; St. Louis, 2.
Cleveland-Detroit game postponed,
rain.
National League
Chicago, 3; St. Louis, 2.
Philadelphia, 3; Boston. 0.
New York, 11; Booklyn, 6.
Pittsburg, 7; Cincinnati, 1.
The Daily's specialty is service to
every one. Let us serve you.-Adv.

Constance Talmadge

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"THE STUDIO GIRL"
A Charming Star in a Sparkling Comedy

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They wanted to marry her
to the village lout, but she
couldn't see it for a moment.
So she just naturally ran
away with a regular fellow
from New York, and altho
she nearly got him into hot
ed herseif, she finally moar-
ied the ma eshe wanted.

Use the jjany inb lait~ c' uus.

.. mwnoo
rwmonwom

Kodaiat Attractive Prices
I am constantly taking Used Kodaks in exchange toward New
Kodaks, and, although we have use for all of them in our Rental De-
partment, we offer many of them at much less than their real value.
Now is the time to get your Kodak out and have it put in order for
the summer. Bring it to me for adjustment and cleaning.

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MAJESTIC
' FAL TO DE BILE
IT VM~
PEeTAPLF
A DAUGHTEROGF DS
TODAY AND SUNDAY
The picture that cost $1,000,000.
Never shown before at our price
25c - including 3c war tax - 25c
SHOWS - 3,7,8:30 - SHOWS

You'll have many a hearty
laugh if you see this pic-
ture at the

Arcade

Theater

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Today

.. Twenty Cents

LYNDON, PHOTOGRAPHER, 719 No. University Ave.

Don't

Forget the

FORCED

Shoe

Sale at

the CAMPUS

BOOTERY

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