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t keep your feet feeling young, vigorous and stylishly
inged Tip and Military Heel
Black and Brown calf, white Buck and white cloth.
Either Boots or Oxfords.
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tudents of the University of Michigan
Id inspect our new line of very smart models in
Young Men's Top-coats
Young Men's Gabardines

Young Men's Suits
r tailored garments every one !of them.
ideas. We advise early inspection.

Fashions

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US. SHOULD GLORY IN
IGHT BESIDE ENGLAND
PROFESSOR CROSS GIVES LAST
HISTORICAL LECTURE FOR
UNION
"We should be proud to be fghting
beside a country like Great Britian,"
said Prof. Arthur L. Cross in his lec-
ture last night on "British Empire
and What it Stands For."
Professor Cross went on to explain
the colonial policy of the empire which
he defines as "broad and extensive."
"Great Britain has now five self
governing colonies. They are Canada,
New Foundland, New Zealand, South
Africa and Austriala, and in each
there is a special and individual gov-
ernment which is practically all pow-
erful.
"Canada has the power to pass tar-
iffs which are directly opposed to the
desires and laws of Great Britian.
Not only is she able to do this but she
has done this very thing."
Discusses Home Rule
Professor Cross then discussed the
home government in England. "The
house of lords is no longer a heredity
body in the old sense. With the awak-
ening of the mercantile and profes-
sional classes many f the peers which
have received their honors in the last
hundred years are from these class-
es." The house of commons is now
able according to Professor Cross to
pass bills over the heads of the house
of lords provided the bill is passed
three times in two years in the lower
house.
Investigation of races in power in
English politics shows that a great
mixture with the Scotch predominant.
Scotch Always Too Busy
"The reason that the Scotch have
never asked for home rule is because
they were always too busy ruling Eng-
land," said Professor Cross.
"England's frequently discussed
naval supremacy may be interpreted
in many ways. She has made such a
slogan as 'freedom of the seas' pos-
sible, She has abolished slave trad-
ing and piracy,."
"Naval specialization, considering
the period before the war, was neces-
sary to England since she looked for
her supply of food and raw materials
for manufacturing from this source."
In discussing England's system of
civil service, Professor Cross defined
it as "the best in the world."
The lecture was the last of a ser-
ies of historical lectures given by Pro-
fessor Cross under the auspices of the
Michigan Union.
UNITARIANS TO ENTERTAIN
DETROIT STUDENT SOCIETY
Members of the Young People's so-
ciety of the Unitarian church went
to Detroit last Sunday where they
were entertained by the Unitarian
students' society of that city. An in-
formal musical program was given,
followed by refreshments.
The Detroit society will be enter-
tained in Ann Arbor next Sunday,
and all Unitarian students are re-
quested to be at Wells street at 3:45
o'clock to meet the car. There will
be an outdoor meeting at the home
of M. E. Osborne, 1015 Packard
street, and a program is now being
arranged.
The Students' society will hold an
informal dance from 8 to 11 o'clock
Saturday evening at the Guild. Chil-
dren's Day services will be held at
the Sund y morning services at 10:30
o'clock.

WHAT'S GOING ON

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TODAY
12:15 o'clock-Dental faculty lunch-
eon at the Union.
7:30 o'clock--Christian Science so-
ciety meets in Newberry hall.
TOMORRW I
4:15 o'clock - Prof. 11. C. Adams
talks at Barbour gymnasium on "War
Finance."
7 o'clock-Senior Sing at the band
stand.
7:30 o'clock - Cosmopolitan club
meets in Lane hall.
8 o'clock - Oratorical association
play, The Silver Box" in University
hall.
9 o'clock-Pennsylvania club party
at the Union.
U-NOTICES
Senior engineers can place their al-
umni subscriptions for the Michigan
Technic from 11 to 12 o'clock today at
the desk in the Engineering society
rooms. They may also sign up in the
Technic offices any day this week
from 9 to 12 o'clock,, the special re-
duced senior rates having been con-
tinued for this period. A free copy
of the special "In the Service" issue
is included with each subscribtion.
Fishermen Discard
Iait For Shovels
Winona, Minn., May 22 - Fisher-
men in Winona and vicinity have dis-
carded their lines and bait and are
using shovels.
Western fishermen, who have plied
their trade on the. Mississippi since
they were boys, say they cannot re-
call a spring when carp were as plen-
tiful as in the shallows this year.
Tons of fish have been shoveled
from the stream and piled high on
the banks. The great catches have
resutled in a percentage of loss
through deterioration, but it is claim-
ed that shipments of record size have
been made.
In addition to the fact that fis_,
have swarmed to this region, this is
the spawning season.
Y.A. C. A. Notes

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Wuerth-Vivian
Petticoat Pilot."
comedy, "Mud."

* Orpheum - "Who Killed Wal-
*ton?" played by J. Barney Sherry.
* Also comedy.

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Arcade--Norma Talmadge in "By
Right of Purchase." Also Christie
comedy, "In the Dark."

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"Gypsy Trail," at the G
TODAY
Majestic - "My Own
States," played by Arnold

AT THE THEATERS

Plate of Ice Cream every Day

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THE BONSTELLE COMP
"GYPSY TRA
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Hats
Cleaned, Bleached and Rebi
In the latest shapes, with all new
mings. L ooks just like New.
no acids, We do only high lass
FACTORY HAT STOI
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*Tue., Thur.
*Sat., 25&50c

COMING
TO
The Majestic
May 30.31 June 1
BILLY ALLENS
Musical Comedy
COMPANY
A ND
A BIG BUNCH OF
GIRLS
A different Show
each day
Last Time Today
The Soul-Stirring Iistorical
Photodrama Supreme
My Own
WITH
Arnold Daly.
It is not a War Picture, but
Glorification of America
and Democracy.
SHOWS --3, 7, 8:45 - SHOWS
25c - Including Tax - 25c

SHOWS AT :oo, 6:3o, 8:oo,
150c Unless Otherwise Specl
Thur-Fri-23-2I-Norma Talmadge
ight of Purchase;" "The Si
the Red Cross" and Cristie
edy, "in the D~ark." 200.
Sat- 5-Alice Jloyce in "The So
the Soul" and Drew Comedy,
of a GClove.",
M1oil- 27-1Pranci X. illushinan ana
erly iay n in "W'ith Neatne
1);spatc) and Drew Cormed
1-outhfiul Affair."
WEvuet h Theat
+a Afternoon-2 :3o and 4:o0
Evening9-7:oo, 8:0o and zo:(
Phone-i6o-J
T;OOKINGS FOR MAY
Tu-Yi'--232-Vvian Martini
Petticoat Pilot." Also ke
S Com edy, "Mudtrl,"
.ta--2;-MiaryMiles Minter
P it of Jade." Also News and
edy.
Sun'Moh-26a7-lsi' Frgusn
31<cse of the World." Also
_ Dnrn 'cr.!cy "Under the Stars.
~ 'ue~Wed28-9-Wi.S. H
"Wolves of the Rail." Also
Eye," No. 12.
Thurs-ri-30-3_ -Dorothy Dal
"flare-up Sal."Aso .eyston
eriel "A Safe Danger.
OrpheumThea
Afternoon-2:30 and 4:00
Evening-7:oo, 8:oo and xo
Phone-16o-J
BOOKINGS FOR MAY
''hurs-F'ri-23-z--J. Barney She
"ho Killed, Walton." Also C
Sat -s-"Dolly Does Her Bit."
= News and Comedy.
Sun-Mon-26-27-Marcry Wils
"The Finger Print." Also Ne
C Comedy.
Tues -2S-Jack Pickford in
Ghost House." Also "Fagle
. No. 12. (Ret.)
Wed-29-Geraldine Farrar in
Woman God Forgot." Also
'ye," No. 12. (Ret.)
Dancing Friday nights at 1
or y.-Adv.

C I E A M

Refreshing,

Nourishing

Speakers will be sent
county Saturday evening
stamps. It has been pla

through the
to sell thrift
nned to send

)on't Forget to Attend Our
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Detroit

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F FORMER
RECOVERED-

oddly shaped, iron casket,
g the body of Judge William
er, the first supreme justice
ate of Michigan, was recov-
n its ancient burial place
in Felch park, formerly a
The body was placed in
in the Forest Hill cemetery,
ctions are received from the
Historical society for its
al.
tzel, about 15 years ago, dug'
ron casket while laying a
e through the park for the
rks company, and he notic *
ontained 'the well preserved
L distinguished looking man,
t was of a peculiar struc-
e in the shape of a human
he body was dressed in a
uffled shirt, white standing
ht a black bow tie, and a
t with a low cut vest. His
Ors. Sophia Hutzel, remem-
burial of Chief Justice
n such a casket, which took
bout 1853, and in this man-
>dy was identified.
:ation of the body was lost

because of thq lack of a monument,
so that it was not removed from the
ancient cemetery at the time it was
abandoned, and the bodies removed.
Nothing was known of the body un-
til it was discovered in 1903 by Mr.
Hutzel. Through the failure of rela-
tives to do anything, the body remain-
ed where it was, and the only way
that the approximate location was
fixed was through Mr. Hutzel's mem-
ory.
The Michigan Historical society re-
cently took up the matter of a proper
burial for Judge Fletcher, and a few
days ago Mr. Hutzel received 'orders
to relocate the iron casket. He was
assisted by his old foreman, Mr. Eas-
terly.
Chief Justice Fletcher was also ex-
officio regent of the University, and
was also, from 1836 to 1842, the first
presiding judge of the Washtenaw cir-
cuit court. It is a matter of record
that when Judge Fletcher became
chief justice in 1836, he held the ses-
sion of the supreme court for that
year in Ann Arbor.
Play Ground, Indoor and Tennis
Balls at Cushing's.-Adv.
Patronize our advertisers.-Adv.

musicians with the speakers. Mr.
Hersman urges all students playing
musical instruments to join in the
work. Particulars will be given by
calling up Mr. Hersnian at Lane hall,
phone 823. The parties will leave in
automobiles at 6:30 o'clock in the eve-
ning, returning at about 8 o'clock.
There will be an important cabinet
meeting Saturday afternoon at . 1 o'-
clock at Lane hall.
Plans for the spring conference will
be made at the open air cabinet meet-
ing to be held up the river, May 30.
Seniors to Hold Fourth Sing Friday
The fourth senior sing will be held
at 7 o'clock Friday night at the band
stand and will be the last to be giv-
en this month on account of interfer-
ence with Cap night.
Ninety per cent of those attending
the sings heretofore have been engi-
neers, and members of other classes
are urged to make a better showing
at the last sing of the month.
Use the Daily classified columns.

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follows her recent success in "GROSTS OF YESTERDA
gripping society drama
"By RiKht of Purch4
The Story of t Love that Just Grew

Our Advertiers don't
tees.-Adv.
Use The Daily Classif(

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THREE DAYS BEGINNING
COMING SUNDAY MAY 26 COMING

Ambassador
Gerard"s

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FRESH - SOPH

M y F our
Years in
Germany"
Based on Facts-
Not Fiction
The Truth Laid Bare
SEATS NOW SELLING

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NORMA TALMADGE
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3NTEST PICTURES
LYNDON, Photographer
719 No. University A e,

"AVID" SAYS-
"One feels like falling on the neck of this feature and
joy. Your crowd ought to love it as one of the best of the
Norma Talmadge features. She is not presented this tim
pire or a flossy dancer or any other misfit character, but ai
ly human little wife who is up against the necessity of h,-
and the heart-ache of leaving the man she loves becaus
Miss Talmadge renders a capital, well-conceived perform

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