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SENNETS

PANAMAS
LEGHORNS

OKS

$2.50 t $7.00

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- Two Stores

- Main Street

M'1T4 CLEANEDIT SUIT
When we return your clothes dry
eandwwnt yu to eaietm
critically C hoy areV satisctory
kindly do us a good turn with your
friends. If by any chance they should
not be enrely satis actory send us
word an. weltl cllforr themand
isakethe ! right. We g1arant' sat-
_ isfaction,

ANN ARBOR STEAM
DYE WORKS

LANE HALL TURNED OVER
TO ARMECHANICS EN
P01? EVE RY VEl(
IN TILE WEEKA
The army mechanics men have been
using Lane hall for their recreation
headquarters. The use of the builds
ing has been turned over entirely for
these men, and every evening tere
are an average of 90 men sokig
writing, playing checkers and cards.
It is reported that more than 2,000
letters have already been sent by the
army mechanics men from Lane hall.
The social room in the basement is
a large public room with any' num-
her of writing desks and seats for
lounging around. In addition to this
there are four large private writing
rooms, and the men are furnished
with the official Y. M. C. A. stationary.
lnstall Billiard Tabhs
Two billiard tables are now being
placed in the social room for the use
of the mien, having been presented by
the local organization, the Grotto. In
addition to this, the recreation com-
mittee of the University Y. Al'. C. A. is
planning for numerous other forms of
amusement for the men.
There are numerous needs that the
men in charge of the recreation have
pointed out. Some of the most need-
ed articles are a victrola, records,
magazines, and song books.
PlanCl ee Club conerts
Plans are being made by the recrea-
tion committee to sell food on the sec-
ond floor of Lane hall. This need has
been pointed out as an inducement for
the men to spend the evenings in the
building. It is also planned to ar-
range for Glee club entertainments
once a week.
Entertainments have been arranged
for every evening in the week. Mon-
day night is termed voluntary night,
for the men assemble at Lane hall,
and spend the evening in various
ways. More men are present that
night than on any other.
Arrange Lecture Series
Following dinner on Tuesdays, the
men participate in a sing at the Mich-
igan Union. Beginning next week,
lectures will be delivered every Wed-
pesday in the auditorium of Lane hall
to the men. Prof. William D. Hender-
son, associate professor of physics
and head of the University extension
bureau, has been engaged to speak to
the men tonight. Last Wednesday
night the School of Music gave 200
tickets to the army mechanics men
for the May Festival concert.
Every Thursday night there are also
sings at the Union, lead by Mr. N. C.
Fetter, secretary of the University Y.
M. C. A. and the Rev. Harry L. Mey-
er, of the Congregational church. Fri-
day nights will be used for entertain-
ments in the auditorium on the sec-
ond. . . sr.
.f.II."C.A. No Vtes

UNIVERSITY PRESENTEO
WITH EVONIAN RELIC
(4ACIAL-'4RA111) lu DiO\E
SAIl) TO BE 60,410,40() YEARS
OLD
A Large fragment of glacial-scratch-
ed limestone, estimated to be 60,t0,-
000 years old, has been pres nted to
the University, and is being mounted
in the oval between the Natural Sei-
ence and the Chemistry bui ldig. The
rock was found in Sibley, Michigan,
about 13 miles south of Detroit, and
was quarried and presented to the
University by the Solvay Process com-
pany, of Detroit, through the efforts
of Mr. J. W. Foley, general manager
of the firm.
Relic of levoilan Age .
The specimen is a relic of the De-
vonian age, and is though to have
been deposited in the sea which cover-
ed Michigan during that period. Ac-
cording to Mr. Frank Leverett, form-
er member of the United States geo-
logical survey, and 1now a lecturer in
the department of glacial geology in
the University, the rock was smooth-
ed off by glaciers about 25,000 years
ago.
Scratches on the Stone
Scratches on the fragment show
that the glacier which flowed over it
changed in direction many times. These
scratches were made by the stones
which were carried in the bottom of
the glacier. The channels in the rock
were started by the larger stones,
and were enlarged by the currents
which followed these grooves.
The rock will be placed in the oval
so that these scratches will be point-
ed in their original directions.
MILITARY NEWS
Two company baseball games will
be held at 2 o'clock sharp tomorrow
afternoon on Ferry field. The four
teams of the second battalion, Second
regiment, are scheduled to play at
this time, and since the regular base-
ball work will have to be postponed a
week if these teams fail to play to-
morrow, Dr. May has made a special
request that the men on these nines
appear on the field at the appointed
hour. The following intercompany
games will beplayed:
, Second regiment-CompanysE, vs.
Lcompany G, and company F, vs. com-
pany H. The games will start at 2
o'clock sharp in ordler that the full
number of innings can be played be-
fore the Varsity nine has the use of
the field.
Drill and gymnasium classes will
not be held this afternoon on account
of . the sophomore-freshmen class
gamnes

Neckties, and Shi

Ca lkins....
Drug

Men's Furnishings
Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 S. University Ave.

The little

'.5E1L't .L..'A 1.,4 A

Vest Pocket Kod
is still the most popular m
Have you seen the new F
at $20.00 Come in.

IU_

Eata Plate of our Ice Cream
Ice Cream is food if it's made from pure and fresh cream
Ours is. We know it because we make it.

"Snappy NewY.

FOR
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Fountain of Yputh
Corner State and Liberty

OlLn illillO

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AND

CLOTH ES

We give special attention
All laundered by hand

ELECTRICAL
No Job too Small or too Large
WASHTENAW
ELECTRIC SHOP
"The Shop of Quality"
If it's 1yot right we make it right
-PROME 23-

YOUR SPRING SUIT
will be carefully tailored of the new de-
pendable fabrics.
New Models distinctly our own.

""

GOLF SUITS

RIDING BRE

, PHONE 2355

200 E; Washington
Ann Arbor

117 Parl
Ypsilanti

D.E. Grennan
The Custom Tailor 606 E.L

Try our Chop S uy
Chinese and American Dishes

E CO N O MY
must be accompanied by good
judgment, and depends on
SERVICE not Price
T U RoElS
TIRES
give 6,000 miles of service
CURT's TIRE &
RUBBER CO.
Muskegon, ich.
lo Miitary en Fountain Pens
stWatches E7se~ Waterman
25 to $21 ,s P and ConKlin
U. of M.Jewelry
Schlanderer & Seyfried
MR. BROWN
Offers men and women high-
t marketable prices for their
d clothes. Anything in the
ay of suits, overcoats, or shoes he
ill take off your hands. Sell your old
othes. They are no good to you,
can use them. You will get your
oney's worth. No quibbling to buy
leap. Their; absolute value will be
id. Men's and women's apparel

WAI KING LOO
Joe Gin, Prop.

314 S.1tate St.

Phone 1241-M

TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPINGM
. PENMANSHIP

(q~lasses ,J11 Staingi. E"
iAXILTON
BUSINESS COLLEt4E
State and William

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both. Call Mr. Claude Brown at 210d
Hoover Ave. Phone 2601. He will
gladly call at your residence.-Adv.
Prof. Trueblood Will Return Soon
Prof. T. C. Trueblood, of- the de-
partment or oratory, who has been
on a trip to the Hawaiian Islands
and Australia, is reported to have
reached Los Angeles on his return
home.
Professor Trueblood gave a series
of lectures and readings in the var-
ious cities in which he stopped on
hisvoyage.
We specialize in full sole wor. 0.
G. Andres Shoe Shop, 222 S. State.-_

Of the total subscription of $25,900
made to the Y. M. C. A. war fund last
fall, $19,500 has been paid in. All who
made pledges are urged to fulfill them
as soon as possible. Payments will
be received at Newberry hall and Lane
hall.
C. T. Chaun, Y. M. C. A. secretary
for Chinese students of America, vis-
ited yesterday with the local organiza-
tion. Last night he addressed the
Chinese students upon the nportance
of Y. M. C. A. war work. Mr. Chaun
is a graduate of Yale and is very ac-
tive in Y. M. C. A. war work.
Mr. N. C. Fetter, secretary of the
University Y. M. C. A., said yesterday
that students were not taking advant-
age of the numerous recreations offer-
ed in Lane hail. It is expected that
more students ,vill hereafter be pres-
ent owing to the fact that smokiwg is
no longer prohibited. They will also
be permitted to use the billiard
tables now being installed, and the
other forms of entertainment in the
building.

No make up classes will be held
from 9 to 11 o'clock tomorrow morn-
ing in Waterman gymnasium, due to
the spring games.
There will be no military drill of
any sort this afternoon.
SIX UNIVERSITY WOMEN TO DO
RE1CREATION WORK IN DETROIT
Six University women are leaving
college this week to do recreation
work in Detroit. , They will organize
and direct home gardens for school
children under the supervision of the
supervision of the Detroit Recreation
committee.
They are as follows: Lois A.
Devereaux, '0; Marcia L. Pinker-
ton, '19; Olive J. Wiggins, '19; Marie
C. Macaulay, '18; Groeso G. Gaines,
'19; and Priscilla E. Butler, '19.
This particular work will last until
July 1. -
Another party of women is leaving
for Battle Creek on July 1 for an
eight weeks course in orthopedics
and reconstruction work. These
may leave for France soon after thel
completion of their course.
Italy's War Expense Estimated
Rome, May 16.-Italy has spent
36,000,000,000 lira since she entered
the war, it was estimated today.
The Daily's specialty is service to
every one. Let us serve you.-Adv.

Prussian Triumph
Is Not Socialistic
John Spargo Outlines Pecee Policy
of International Socialists In
Philadelphia Speech
Philadelphia, May 16.-"There can
be no democratic socialist common-
wealth anywhere in the world if
Prussianism triumphs in the war," said
John Spargo, author and Socialist,
speaking today at the national con-
vention of the League to Inforce
Peace. Mr. Spargo recently severed
his connection with the Socialist
party because he opposed its atti-
tude toward the war.
"I am a socialist," he said, "an
internationalist and an anti-militar-
ist. There can be - no 'worth Inter-
nationalism unless the conspiracy of
the Hohenzollern dynasty against the
freedom of m unkind is crushed.
There can be no freedom from mili-
tarism for any civilized people ex-
cept as a result of the triumph of the
Allied nations.
"We must be on guard against that
perverted idealism which, in a hund-
red subtle ways, undermines the
national morale and thus becomes a
valuable ally of the Kaiser, however
unintended that result may be. Surely
the experience of Russia, and in
a less tragic degree of Italy, teaches
us that perverted idealism is as much
to be feared as the armed legions of
the Huns. Socialism, International-
ism, Pacifism-generous and ennob-
ling ideals, have been perverted and
prostituted and made to serve the
ends of the most brutal military des-
potism in history.
"President Wilson.has become the
foremost living spokesman of sound
internationalism because he voices
the ideals and sympathies of America.
We are a nation of internationalists."
*ENt INEERS RESERVE PETITION
FOR RIGHT TO WEAR INSIGNIA
Members of the Engineers' Reserve
corps sent a petition to the war de-
partment yesterday, asking that they
be allowed to wear insignia showing
their membership in that organization.
The petition, which has been cir-
culating in the engineering college
during the last week, asks for permis-
sion to use insignia similar to that
now worn by students in the Medical
Enlisted Reserve corps. .

50 Shares
Hoover Steel Ball

We will sell any
part of

Forshee & K

or

Phone 808 412 1st Nat'l Bk

50 Shares
King Trailer

m

.6-

Realize for yourself t
pleasure of Home Cooks
Food. Prices Reasonab
Service Paramount.

TRUBEY
218 S. Main Street
Good Lunches of Rice and
lOC all the time
Chinese and American C01
Short Orders
Michigan Inn 601 E. I

e Copy
at ,
ry's and
I Delta I

LAS . E
ADVE RTISING

Leave Copy
at
Students',
Supply Store

Your Spring

will give you that

FOR SALE
tSALE-Two May Festival tickets
r each of the following concerts,
riday afternoon, Friday evening,
atuday afternoon. Call 1203-M.
3 SALE-A-1 May Festival tickets
,r Friday and Saturday afternoons
Saturday nights. Best main floor
ats. Call 1554-R.
ft SALE-One May -Festival ticket,
ir Friday night and Saturday after-
oon. Second balcony. Call 1226-M.

LOST

LOST- Dark spring overcoat about
two or three weeks ago. Thought to
be left in one of the class rooms.
Reward. Call 369-M.
LOST-Little finger ring of gold with
ellipse shaped garnet setting. Re-'
ward. Call 1134-J.
LOST-WatermanI fountain pen on
Geology trip Wednesday, "R" on
cap. Call 1722-J.
WANTED
WANTED-A young lady to help with
Mrs. Stone's movement of Natural
Education. Good pay. Phone 359-M.
WANTED-Ai opportunity to see
wIth Daily readers.-Adv.

University students are asked to
furnish evening entertainment for the
army mechanics naen at Lane hall.
Recently two students entertained the
entire group of men with various forms
of music. All such entertainment will
be greatly appreciated.

WELL-DRESSED

if made
by

A. F. MARQUARDT

Just received a complete new stock of
VICTROLAS
Prices from $20.00 to $400.00
Golden Oaks, Weathered Oaks, Fumed Oaks, English Brown
and Mahogany.
GRINNELL BROS., 116 S. Main St.

OFFICERS'
UNIFORMS

516 E" WIlam St.

WA

cert tickets for
Good location.
Call 1602-W.
Festival ticket.

Class Dancing Mond
day evenings .at the Pa
Rugs cleaned and wa
tion guaranteed. Kocl
2402.-Adv.

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