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ThE IvJCHIGAN DAILY

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AVE the PIECE-
Broken Eye Glass Lenses ground I# our own shop,
same day. Try our Service. Eyes Examined.
A L L E FULLER State Street Jewelers

MIUTARY NEWS
Lieut. Losey J. Williams, P. S., re-
tired, will leave Ann Arbor this morn-
ing for Northwesternhuniversity
where he will take the chair as pro-
fessor of military science and tac-
tics.
Cadets in the R. O. T. C. next fall
can obtain tailor-madeseirge uni-
forms for $30 or $35, according to a
statement made recently by Secretary
Shirley Smith. The difference be-
tween the appropriation made by the
government and the University will
have to be paid by the cadets if they
desire a better uniform. When the
question was put before the cadets at
the lecture last Wednesday, a major-
ity of them expressed a willingness
#o buy the higher grade uniform.

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AT THE THEATERS

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"Gypsy Trail," atI

the Garrick.

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Majestic - Harmy Morey and
Florence Desho in "The Desired
Woman."
Wuerth-Vivian Martin in "A
Petticoat Pilot." Also Keystone
comedy, "Mud."

Trunks, Suitcases and Bags at rea-
sonable prices. You may trade in your
old Travelling Goods as well as Furn-
iture for New Luggage. F. W Wil-
kinson, 325 S. :Main St. Phone 24.-
Adv.
Use the Daily classified columns.
Pop. Mats,'fl 11DIU Nights
Tue., Thur. K 25c5c &
Sat., 25&50c 1TROT 75c
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
"GYPSY TRAIL"
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May Twenty-fifth

May Twenty-fifth

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

Straw

Hat

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SHOWS AT 3:s, 6:0s. :00, 9:30
isc Unless Otherwise Specifi pct

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Arcade-Norma Talmadge in "By
Right of Purchase." Also "The
Spirit of the Red Cross," and
Christie comedy, "In the Dark."

Secure your Hat early, as stocks are rather
limited this year.

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Tinker & Company
Clothes, Furnishings and Hats
So. State Street at William Street

Colonel Atten's lecture, which was
scheduled for 8 o'clock tomorrow
nighti Hill auditorium, has been
postponed until 4:15 o'clock Monday
afternoon. Colonel Atten is connect-
ed with the British army and has
seen many months of active fighting
on the war zone. The lecture will be
of especial interest to the cadets, en-
listed army mechanics, students, and
the general public, for the speaker
will dwell on actual conditions now
existing in France. Credit will be
given to all the cadets attending the
lecture.
A make-up drill will be held from
9 to 11 o'clock tomorrow morning in
Waterman gymnasium. Commencing
at 1:30 o'clock a voluntary hike will
be given to the cadets.
Company F. First regiment, defeat-
ed the Headquarters nine in a one-
sided game at 4:15 o'clock yesterday
afternoon on Ferry field by a score
of 11 to 6. The batteries were:
Company F, Gale, Dickenson and
Schmidt; Headquarters, Earle and
Garrick.

AT THE ARCADE
"By Right of Purchase," which is
being shown at the Arcade today, deals
with New York society life, Norma
Talmadge playing the part of the so-
cial butterfly who is the heorine. She
marries for money and finds love un-
expectedly.
Although this popular star is al-
ways distinguished for the number and
beauty of her gowns her costumes
and wraps in "By Right of Purchase,"
surpass even her own record in this
regard. The press agent claims that
the cost of the gowns runs well over
the four figures mark.
Rugs cleaned and washed. Satisfav,
tion guaranteed. Koch and Henne.-
2402.-Adv.
No more Saturday night danecs at
the Armory but remember Friday
night as usual.-Adv.
Play Ground, Indoor and Tennis
Galls at Cushing's.--Adv.

Flowers
Plants
Ferns

B~askets
Corsages
Decoratio ns

'l hur-Fri-a3-24-Norrnla Talmadige in "By
Right of Purchase ;""The Spirit of
the Red Cross" and Ch is!iie Com-
edy, "In the Dark.'" 2oc.
Sat-25-Alice Joyce in "The Sung of
the Soul" and Drew Comedy, "Story
of a Glove."
Mon -Francis X. Bushiman and Bev-
erly Bayne in "With Neatness and
ispatclh" and ,Drew Comedy, "A
Y outhfulAffairyn
225 E. Liberty, Phone 1$21
GOODHEW FORAL co.

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'(rawy

Hat

Season

Begins

)rt of an unwritten law that Straws shall make their bow
ay 25th. Some men start wearing theirs earlier of
urse, but you don't want to be ny later. Better stop in
day and pick yours from my big new stock.

$2.00 to $7.00

Fred W

SGross

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Today is

Straw

Hat,

Day

Are You Ready?

The cadets will be given the fol-
lowing athletic program by Dr.
George A. May at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon on Ferry field.
Second regiment - Coinpany E,
grenade throwing; company F, gen-
eral athletics, company G, wrestling;
and company H, soft ball.
Drawings for the inter-company
baseball games to be held from 10 to
12 o'clock tomorrow morning on Fer-
ry field will be held today by Dr.
George A. May. All the teams in the
different battalions who have won
games may be expected to play Sat-
urday morning. The result of the
drawings will be announced tomor-
row.
Dr. Inches, of Detroit, who recent-
ly returned from the battlefields in
France, will be among the prominent
out-of-town speakers in the patriotic
rally.to be given under the auspices
of the Daughters of the American
Revolution at 8 o'clock Thursday
night, May 30, in Hill auditorium. Dr.
Inches will give an illustrated lec-
ture. A number of University and
Ann Arbor speakers are also on the
program.
Every patriotic organization, in-
cluding Lhe R. 0. T. C., the U. S. en-
listed army mechanics, and students
in the different enlisted reserve corps
have been invited to attend the rally.
Several selections will be played by
the Varsity band. Members of the
R. 0. T. C. will be given credit for at-
tendance. The exercises are open to
the public. The doors will be open
at 7:30 o'clock.
Running the Scale
Miss Claudia Muzio and Miss Myr-
na Sharlow, two of the May Festival
stars, were honored by Ann Arbor
sororities. Miss Muzio was initiated
into the Sigma Alpha Iota sorority
and Miss Sharlow into the Mu Phi
Epsilon.
The Choral union under the direc-
tion of Dr. A. A. Stanley will partici-
pate in the Baccalaureate services,
June 23.
A patriotic concert will be given
by several members of the University
School of Music May 30 at Dexter.
The following will appear on the pro-
gram: 0. O. Patton, tenor; Dorothy
Haymaker, violinist; Frances Krook,
soprano; Dorothy Wines, pianist.
The annual commencement exercis-
es will take place Thursday morning,
June 20, in the School of Music audi-
torium. About 25 students will re-
ceive diplomas.
A service flag containing 40 stars
might have been displayed represent-
ing the mnen >from the ranks of the
ushers at the May Festival.
Base Ball Supplies-all kinds at
Cushixig's.-Adv.

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COMING

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AJESTI C Today and
Saturday
HARRY MOREY
-with-
FLORENCE DESHON
"The Desired Wom "
From the novel of the same title by Will N. Harben
20c ... ........ Including 2c Tax........ ... 20c

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WuerhiTheater
Afternoon-2:, o and 4:00
Evening-7:oo, 8:oo and io:oo
-r .,f''1rine -I 4-
BOOKINGS FOR MAY
Thurs-Fri-23-24-Vivian Martin in "A
Petticoat Pilot." Also Keystone
Comedy, "Mud."
Sat-2--Mary Miles Minter in "A
C Bit of Jade." Also News and Comn
edy.Feusn i
Sun-Mon-26-27-Elsie Ferguson in
-w "Rose of the World." Also Son of -
Democracy, "Under the Stars.
Tues-Wed-28-29-Wm. S. Hart in
"Wolves -of the Rail." Also "Eagle
Eye," No. 12.
Thurs-Fri-3o-3 -Dorothy Dalton in
. "flare-up Sal." Also KeystoneCorn-
edyF, "A Safe Danger."
- OrpheumTheater
Afternoon-2 :3o and 4 :ooa
Evening-7:oO, 8:oo and to:oo
Phone-i6o-J
a BOOKINGS FOR MAY
" Thurs-Fri-23-24-J. Barney Sherry in
"Who Killed Walton." Also Comedy.
Sat--25-Dolly Does ter Bit." Also
News andl Comedy._
Sun-Mon-26-27-Marcry Wilson in
"The Finger Print," Also News and
Comedy.
.. tIdes-2$-Jack P'ickfordi in "Th'le
Ghost House." Also "Eagle Eye,"
No. 12. (Ret.)
Wed-29--Geraldine Farrar 'in "The
Woman God Forgot." Also "Eagle:
Eye," No. 12. (Ret.)
ill l111!!1i11I11I11!1 I 111lMlIl mllllI'i

The Majestic
May 30-31 June 16
BILLY ALLEN'S
Musical Comedy
COMPANY
AND
A BIG BUNCH OF
GIRLS
A different Show
each day

We are supplied with an excellent variety
of all types of High-Class Straw Hats.
YOUR' choice will know nothing but

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THREE DAYS BEGINNING
COMING SUNDAY MAY 26 COMING

approval.

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Ambassador
Gerard's

J. F. WUERTH
Men's Clothing and Furnishings
322-324 South Main Street

My Four
Years in
Cermany"
Based on Facts-
Not Fiction
The Truth Laid Bare

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