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STATE STREET EATING HOUSES
DECLARED TO BE IN GOOD
CONDITION
Inspection of the rooming houses on
the campus was begun this morning
by Miss Sue Har ilton, health service
sanatarian. Students found living in:
houses which are not being properly
kept will be given permission to move.
An. investigation made last week of
the eating houses on State street
showed them to be in quite good con-
dition. The investigation will con-
tinue until all eating and rooming
houses have been inspected.
Miss Hamilton has drawn up a
series of menus for this week. They
are prepared especially for the use
of boarding houses which desire to co-
operate with the food administrator,
and still give the students the proper
amount and kinds of food. The menus
follow:
Monday
Breakfast-Rhubarb, cornmeal mush
or puffed ricer toast, butter or oleo,
coffee or milk.
Lunch-Bouillon, scalloped potatoes,
deviled eggs, barley muffins, lemon
jell.
Dinner-Potato souffle, rib roast of
beef, cauliflower with lemon butter,
jelly, apricot custard, tea,, coffee or
milk.
Tuesday
Breakfast-Dates, cornflakes or oat-'
meal, toast.
Lunch-Fried potatoes, frankfort sau-
sage, cold slaw, rye bread, sauce
and cake.
Dinner-Baked potatoes, mutton,
spinach salad with Rssian sauce,1
peanut butter, custard pie.
Wednesday (weatless)
Breakfast-Rhubarb, rolled barley
and corn flakes, toast.
Lunch-Cream of tomato soup, cream-
ed potatoes, baked beans, catsup,
corn muffins, tapioca cream.
Dinner-Mashed potatoes, steak,
creamed 'onions, chopped pickles,
chocolate sundae.
Thursday
Breakfast-Oranges, hominy 'grits,
toast. ,
Lunch-Fried potatoes, Hungarian
goulash, lettuce with French dress-
ing, rye bread, sauce and cake.
Dinner-Baked potatoes, roast mut-
ton with dressing, mint jelly, but-
tered peas, blanc' mange, nutmeg
sauce.
Friday
Breakfast-Bananas, corn flakes or
puffed rice, toast.
Lunch-Clam bouillon, potato cakes,
salmon salad, barley biscuit, prune
whip.
Dinner-Mashed potatoes, baked cod-
fish, dressing, creamed lima beans,
cucumber pickles, fresh pineapple
sundae.
Saturday
Breakfast-Stewed figs,.cream of rice,
toast.
Lunch-Baked potatoes, meat pie,
vegetable salad, sauce and cake.
Dinner-Boiled potatoes, veal steak,
buttered carrots, horseradish sauce,
rhubarb sauce.
Sunday,
Breakfast-Grape fruit, oat cakes,
toast.
Dinner-Fried chicken, mashed pota-
toes, creamed asparagus, cucumber
salad, strawberry, shortcake.
Lunch-Barley biscuit, green onions,
cold tongue, marmalade.
BREAD REDUCTION
ALARMS GERMANY
Washington, May 20. - Announce-
ment that the bread ratio is to be re-

duced on June 15, has caused grave
apprehension throughout Germany. An
official dispatch today from Switzer-
land, says that even the governmental
trust have adopted a tone no less pos-
simistic than that of the Socialist pa-
pers, whcih foresee a great diminish-
ing of the physical and general force'
which helps in supporting the hard-
ships of the fourth year 'of the war.

jMILITARY NEWS
Application for training for commis-
sions in the flying section of the sig-
nal corps will be received by the mili-
tary authorities, according to a mem-
orandum issued last night. A letter
explaining the requirements. quali-
fications, and other data is posted on
the R. O. T. C. bulletin board at Wat-
erman gymnasium. All /cadets who
are interested should consult the bul-
letin board for additional information.
Any naval reserve students, who
have already been recommended for
the summer camp at Fort Sheridan,
are asked to report tb Lieut. Losey
J. Williams, of room 202 Natural Sci-
ence building, some time during the
day.

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General Orders, No. 91
1. The R. 0. T. C. has been request-
ed to take part in the Red Cross pa-1
rade to be held Tuesday, May 21, 1918.t
The parade formation will he held on
that day in lieu of regular instruc-
tion. Attendance will be taken.
2. This formation is compulsory. No
cadet who is not iti ranks, in his prop-
'er organization, by 2:30 o'clock, will
be permitted to take part in the pa-t
rade, but will be marked absent for
that day.
3. The cadet band will form on
north University avenue, with its left
resting on State street.
4. The mechanics are to form on
the right of the band.
5. The Second regiment will fall in1
at 2:20 o'clock, west of Waterman
gymnasium. Rifles will be taken byj
the second regiment in the following
order: Second battalion first, then in
order, as long as rifles are available,
by companies D, C. B, and A. As soon,
as rifles are taken, the second regi-j
ment will march to its place in the
line on North University avenue, on
the right of the mechanics.

shock of the Huron-
pull each other be
the banks. It remin
ody on "Mother, N2
Swim?"
Should Sli
It used to be that
"I can," he had to
he says this and
tempts to make hin
the intruder is im:
a -ruffian and a vi
loyal to the Vniver
merely keeping up
traditions, As a gr;
stated to us from 1
chatter 9c5, page
Napoleon's Law I
wearing of the cap
is an infringement

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Several articles have been
ing of late as to the propriety
ing. It seems to me that the
has been reached in "sissyfyii
campus and its life.
There can be no doubt in ai
mind but that the freshmen ar
omore classes are becoming
"cocky" with each succeedin
Perhaps this is a good trait,
according to Michigan sta
which have always been of th
est. I can't see why we shoul
a seminary of our Universi
sooner than the war will r
necessary. The reformation
games and hazing seems to g
in hand with the progress of"N
baseball, tennis and knitting. N
to hold our tug of wars over t
so one side could be dragged
given a drenching. Now o

6. When the second regiment is 'in enfo
its place in line,, the first regiment
will be marched to its place on the Le
right of the second regiment. Head- Why
quarters company will form on the after
right of the first regiment. Company the
I, first regiment, will form and march derc
with the first regiment. . feel
BY ORDER LIEUT. MULLEN: cann
L. J. WILLIAMS, med:
Ast. Lt., P. S., retired, I
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The following committee has been
appointed to aid her in the work:
Clarissa McCollum, '18, K. Frances
Handibo, '18, Margaret I. Lippincott,
'19, Martha Guernsey, '19, Ethel A.
Reese, Grad, Ada C1 Arnold, '19, Cath-
erine C. Connell, '18, Dorothy Mar-
quis, '19, Helen M. Bourke, '18, Opal
V. Matson, '19, Ruth Maclachlan, '18,
Ruth A. Chadwick, '18, Jean A. Mac-
lennan. '19, Elizabeth A. McDonald,
'20, Miriam A. Clarke, '19, Edith R.
McCormack, of the School of Music,
and Helen S. Tibbals, '19. Announce-
tieint of the other names will be made
later. The booths will be opened at
7:30 o'clock Wednesday morning, and
will remain open until 6 o'clock in the
evening.
See the latest styles in personal
calling cards at James Foster House
of Art.-Adv.
Our Merchant advertisers represent
the progressive business men of Ann
Arbor.-Adv.

n T. Hale, of the Univer-
na will be in the English
Af the summer school of
versity.
rersity of Minnesota, mil-
. will be introduced in
ners classes as a part of
work. Special.attention
i to war vocabulary and
ich. slang to enable the
ead easily the French ac-
war, andto prepare them
a possible' need of it.

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To Those

University of Kansas will grad-
50 students this spring: James
1, former United States ambass-
o Germany, will deliver the
ation address.
repair trunks. Koch and Henne.
50.-Adv

MILITARY

LWe, Sam Burchfield & Co.,
last word in making military u
CWeare safe in saying there i
country getting more satisfacto

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FRATERNITY BOOTHS TO BE
AT INDOOR CARNIYAlI

ase Ball Supplies-all kinds
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Fraternities given in the following
list will have booth at the Indoor
Circus carnival to be held at the
Michigan Union the latter part of the
month: Delta Kappa Epsilon, Chi
Psi, Sigma Chi, Delta Epsilon, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa
Psi, Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Sigma
Phi, Psi Upsilon, Phi Kappa Sigma,
Kappa Sigma, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi
Delta Theta, Beta Theta Pi, Zeta Psi,
Zeta Beta Tau, Lambda Chi Alpha, Al-
pha Tau Omega, Monks, Trigon,
Woolsack and Archons.

LIf you are wearing civilian clothes, then
make your spring outfit which carries the
high grade class of work coupled with a
large and fine line of woolens.
Respectfully Submitted,

ICTURES

Sam Bur
1 06 E. Huron Street

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Indoor and
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