100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 17, 1918 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1918-05-17

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

YOU'RE NOT READY Do,
Thrift
FOR SUMMER Stamps
you have ordered that light weight
er suit. A summer suit made by Mal-
.s a combination of style, comfort, and
my. Style is possible for the reason that
it is cut and made to your individual
re. Comfort is there because the mat-
of the sheerest fabric, and economy, be-
a summer suit costs little in the begin-
nd if hand tailored by Malcolm will
ind always look well-We are showing
line of serge and flannel trousers.
K. ACA LCOL MM
' LIBERTY STREET MALCOLM BLOCK
Don't Forget to Attend Our
th Anniversary Sale

WILSON APPROVES
SENATE INQUIRY
Washington, May 16.-Another test
of strength is impending in the senate
between administration leaders and
critics of the government's war con-
ditions. Upon receiving word today
that the president strongly dis-ap-
proves further war inquiry by the
senate military committee even in its
modified form, -both sides laid plans
for the fight which probably will begin'
tomorrow.
Senator 'Chambelain of Oregon,
chairman of the military committee,
has stated that he will favor abandon-
ment of the committee's investigation
unless the measure is passed in its
present form.
The resolution was favorably re-
ported to the senate by Senator Mc-
Kellar of Tennessee, a Democrat, and
1e and Senator Chamberlain said to-
night they might have the resolution
called up tomorrow, but that it might
go over until Saturday or early next
weekt.
SENIOR GIRLS GET TOGETHER
FOR LAST TIME ON THURSDAY
Senior girls will hold the last get
together party of the year from 4 to
6 o'clock next Thursday afternoon.
The affair will be preceded by an im-
portant business meeting for the pur-
pose of discussing the senior girls'
play, the senior breakfast, and the
senior houseparty.
Music for dancing will be furnished
by Ike Fisher, and refreshments will
be served. All senior girls are asked
to show their spirit by cooperating to
make this party a huge success in
every way.
I. W. W. Organizer Plotted for Strikes
Chicago, Ill., May 16.-Albert Pra-
shner, an organizer for the I. W. W.
laid plans for strikes in various in-
dustries from Rome, N. Y. to Detroit,
Mich., according to letters read by
the prosecution today in the trial of
112 members of the organization for
violation of the espionage act.
(lerm ans Not to Add-'ge in Russia
Washington, May 16.-A Moscow dis-
patch today to the state department
to the Russian Soviet government that
says G ermany has given assurance
German armies would advance no
further into Russian territory.

WHAMS GOING ON

i

TODAYI
2:30 o'clock-May Festival concert
at Hill auditorium.
3:15 o'clock-Sophomores assemble
at Waterman gymnasium for tug-o'-
war contest.
3:15 o'clock-Freshmen assemble at
flag pole for tug-o'-war contest.
4 o'clock-Tug-of-war at Huron riv-
er, near the island.
7:00 o'clock-Senior Sing at band
stand.
8:15 o'clock May Festival concert
at Hill auditorium.
TOMORROW
9 o'clock-Sophomore assemble in
front of Tappan ball for spring games.
9 o'clock-Freshmen assemble at
flag pole for spring games.
2:00 o'clock-Michigan-Notre Dame
track meet at Ferry field.
2:30 o'clock-May Festival concert
at Hill auditorium.
3:30 o'clock-Michigan-Iowa base-
ball game.
7:30 o'clock-Polonia literary circle
meets in Lane hall.
U-NOTICES
Try-outs for the soph obstacle relay
team will beheld from 1:00 to 2:30
o'clock today at Ferry field.
Rehearsals of "The Silver Box" to-
night are scheduled as follows: Act
I at 8:30 o'clock, act II at 9:30 o'clock.
and act III at 10:30 o'clock. It is
very important that all be present.
Call for Candidates in Peace Contest
Candidates for the "Liberty" contest
in extemporaneous speaking must
liand their names in by 1 o'clock Sat-
urday afternoon, in room 302 Mason
hall, to Mr. Ray K~ Immel, of the ora-
tory department. A meeting of the
candidates will be held at that time.
Medics Stationed at Fort Leavenworth
Major P. A. Shule, '21M, Lieut. L. C.
Ludlum, '15, and Lieut. J. F. Morgan,
grad., formerly connected with the
hygiene department of the Medical
school, are now stationed at Fort
Leavenworth, Kan.
U. of M. Jewelry. . J . Thavman'R
4 the phi.cs. 113 S. Main.-Adv.
Class Dancing Monday and Thurs-
day evenings at the Packard.--Adv.

0OYERNMENT PUBLISHES FIRST
AMERICAN OFFICIAL COMMUNIQUE,
washington, May 16.--Publication
of the first "Amercad official com-
minque," printed at expeditionary
headquarters in France, inaugurated
in what is expected to be a daily re-
port to the American people of what

their soldiers abroad are doing.
The conimunique reports increase
tillery activity on both sides north
Toul and in Lorraine. Most of
statements were devoted to official
counts of the daring and the en
prise of American officers and me
Patronize our advertisers.-Adv.

- II
I If1 'I lii

BEVO-a proven, whirlwind success--hts been
followed by a host of imit1tion. 'They are
(Tered in bottles of similar shapc and color,
with labels and names suggestive cof the BEVO
bottle's embellishments.
But you don't taste the package-it is the con-
tents you must depend upon for enjoyment.
Beware of these various just-as-goods-don't
try to idIentify BEVO by the shape cf the
bottle

Sheehan &zCo.

-149

. -

rbor

Detroit

49

ALIFORNIA FRUIT & PRO-j
0., Cor. State and Liberty, is
store in Ann Arbor, which
itself exclusively to the sale
[S AND VEGETABLES. We
best and most complete as-
that the market affords at
VEST PRICES. Here is a
ist.
gus, celery, green peppers,
tomatoes, cucumbers, head
eaf lettuce, cauliflowers, en-
en onions, potatoes, artichok-
e fruit, strawberries, apples,
bananas, dates, new cabbage,
all kinds, green and yellow
neapples, and all other fruits
tables which the market af-'
r phone and get our prices,
re lower than those of any
aler for the same grade of
kdv.
g Friday and Saturday nights
.rmory.-Adv

ALUMNAE hOUSE GETS BALANCE
IN SENIOR GIRLS' TREASURY
Money remaining at the close of the
school year in the senior girls' treasury
will be donated to the fund which goes
to pay for Alumnae house, according
to an action recently taken by the
class officers. There is at present $75
to their credit, and by the close of
the year this amount will be more than
doubled, it is believed.
j'oinedy Club to Hold Tryouts Satuday
Tryouts for membership in Comedy
club will be held from 9 to 12 o'clock
Saturday morning in the auditorium of
Newberry hall. It is desired that con-
testants come prepared to demonstrate
their ability, although this is not re-
quisite. About 15 elections will be
made.
Base Ball Supplies-all kinds at
Cushing's.-Adv.

Certain;ixl ~iz2 m t protect you against
the' e-u the iinitatios of, the
product, Laiu attempted resurrec-
tiors-a'le t'l .r- tt ..re now ,masquerad-
ing in bot- ie' t of the new sue-
cess. gLck --ve ta'l.abe marks of
the genuine--ais thCl bat ie opened before
you; thi;n,

* ? ;l'p
-!!
,r,% ,
:Q
:-Y:.,

r the SeatA
< a unbroken; covers the
- ,Ad that the Crown Top
os trade-mark.
P cottle bears this label

(-I _
,,_: 9.vi,,.

I

r~V i. o ~ i:.V, iich mcans more
Pianp.- ttipuein:,redients-m:earls
that, _ 1,-i' hvo good reason to
suspect a r'.iatr ,f containing
i - -- _ - i c1 1'~ . .uct in rt -
iized i,.. .- -. _ " rtbuolutely free fruom
LE:.Z V is l o~ al-,l:d ,5 - : te ei t:: ceu rals
it so---and 1 f:..1lwdi:3 refreshin qualiy
.d flavor i< rioarny you ever
tasted is a !;
Pe-mao :-' . '" l first-clans
Il!accs. '* ~ x'1 .Aji oib ~
c aye.

I INI'

2J

The all-year-'round
soft drink

!L

_.
w__...:,,.._

overnuent's

Official

War

Films

Taken by Government Photographers

.a

he

r ad

Shown by Government Officials
Thatr

has been taken over

Saturday,

May

18

for showing of these great Pictures

Shows at 10 A.M., 3:00, 6:30, 8:00 and 9:30 P.M.
See the Submarines and U-Boat Destroyers in action
Witness the actual firing of torpedoes at German Submarines
Watch Admiral Sims and General Pershing at work
Witness one of the best football films ever produced
"The Soldiers of the Sea"-The U. S. Marines Shown at Work and at Play
Seven Big Feature Films Presented under Direction of
War Preparedness Board
Government's Net Proceeds go to Fund for Dependent Widows and Orphans
of men in the Service

ion 25c,

Children 10e

NO'

r

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan