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TAKE YO1UR

For Drilling

ulation Munson Army Last
roved Government Inspection

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who has an established reputation and you will be assured of
Results that will not be a disappointment.
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Save you $1.00

fak-Over Boot Shop
115 s. Main St.

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FRATERNITIES
We havelunsurpassed acceiuodations for group photographs

MAIN STUDIOS
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"Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
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LvWKSMITIIING---ELECTRIC REPAIRING
HIGHEST QUALITY
William W. Behringer
f 11 NICKELS ARCADE
We have with us a complete linie of
SPRING - SUITINGS
At Prices that Suit
Atid we also do
Excellent Cleaning Pressing & Repairing
Ward's Kassy Kut Kiothes
F. W. -ALLEN, Manager 11S E. It1uroii Street

III'SGOING ON
'todayf
4 o'clock-Women's Service league
mays meeting in Hill auditorium.
6:30 o'clock - Cosmopolitan club
banquet at Congregational church.
7 o'clock-Soph pep meeting in
Physics lecture room.
7:30 o'clock-Bird club meeting In
room 355 Natural Science building.
8 o'clock-Dr. D. D. Van Slyke lec-
tures -in Chemistry amphitheater on
"Present Phases of Protein Chem-
istry."
8 o'clock-Fresh Mandolin club
meeting in room 205 north wing of
University hall.
8 o'clock-Meeting of the. Deutscher
Verein girls in Verein rooms.
8:30 o'clock-Meeting of the gov-
ernment, ambulance unit men at!
Union.
3 oclck Tomorrow
3 oclck--Musical tea for benefit of
Red Cross in Newberry hall.
7:30 o'clock-Dr. W. F. Coljby lec-
tures in room 348 Engineering build-I
ing on "Electrical Conductors and In-
sulators."
9 o'clock-Fresh engineer dance at
armory.
LT-Notices
Freshmen wishing to try out for the
managership of the Varsity Glee club
will report today in room Z-160 Nat-
ural Science building at 3 o'clock.
,rickets for the Junior Jamboree
will go on sale at 2 o'clock today at
the Union.
C~arg'oyle Itryo uts meet ill Press
building at 3 o'clock today.
M'lAJOR C. V. RLTKKE APPOINTED
ON CA3P LOCATION (COMITTETE
Major G. V. Rukke of the medical
diepartment of the United States army,
who has been giving lectures in the
Medical school for the last month on
military sanitation, received word yes-
terday from the war department that
he had been appointed as a member
of the board for the selection of camp
sites for the cantonments to be located
in Michigan and Wisconsin.
Major Rukke will have charge of the
sanitation work in this district. It is
expected that he will be required to
leave within a short time.

Pop. Mat. Tues. fjllIf~ W k, May tS
Thurs. and Sat. G d fl I G Nights
25c and Soc 2Sc, 50c, 75c
i DETROIT
BONSTELLE COMPANY
Sily Kaye"
lye Unless Otherwise Specified
Tfhurs.-l7-Genevieve Hamper in "Tan-
- gled Lives," and Max Linder Corn.
edy, "Max "Comes Across."
Fri.-18-Frances Nelson in "Power of
D~eceit ;" Herz Comedy ("The Love
Dope").

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OrpheumTheatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:g0; £venine- 6:45,
8:,5, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Wed.-lf-Fourth McClure Picture. Sev-
en Deadly Sins. Charlotte Walker
in "Sloth." Also Pathe News, and
Pathe Cartoon. Evening, 15c.
! burs. l rj.-l.7 1$ Wallace Reid and
Myrtle Stedinan in "The Prison
Without Walls." Triangle Kornedy,
Pararnoupt Pictogra~h and Cartoons,
Rae Theatre
ETHEL LARRYMORE
in-
"THE WHITE-RAVEN"
Also
"THE PURPLE MASK"
Special Music
Mr. Mike Converso and Mr. Hugo
Prucho, Soloists
ADMISSION - - ro CENTS
NOTICE
To Owners of Panama Hats
To everyone who has Panama Hlats
to be bleached and reblocked, and to
our customers who patronized us whien
we were on Hluron Street, who may not
know, we wish to say that our 1'actory
and Salesroomn is now located on Pack-
ard Street. only two doors from the
corner of Packard and State. We use
no acids in bleaching Panamas and we
handle the finest hats without injury;
when we do your hat over it looks
new and you appreciate it. Prices the
same as last year.
FACTORY HAT STORE
Grp Packard St. Cor. State and Packard
(Next to the Delta)
Our address can always be found in
the Telephone Book the first name
under 'T."

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WNHITNEY THEATRE ,. TUESDAY, MAY 22
COMAN AND HARRIS PRESENT
come Jcas /Oremos911i ih
In 1j elCrookhes
Hear Olcotti
A Littile Bif of HeaV !$i
"Who Knows ? ""Irish. Eyes of Loves
"AJBroth of a. Boy"
PRICES: 50c to $2.00 SALE SATURDAY, A. M.

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TADDAY !

iron YValley Bldg. el;,Say. Association
H. H. Herbst, Sec. and Atty., Boom
14, A. A. Say. Bank Bldg. Safest place
to invest your earnings. Dividends
never less than C per cent. Money
loaned at lowest rates.--Adv.
America's finest watches are Hamil-
tons. J. L. Chapiman, Jewreler, agent.I
113 So. Main St.-A dv. tue-eod

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)orothy Dalton and
Charles Ray in
'Back of the Man"
also Newc Keystone Comedy
FORD STI=RLING in
Stars and Bars'
fflS WLL III) ST'TDENTS
10o I)CNTE IN PHILHA1)ELPHIA
chigan men who are planning to
o Philadelphia in the near future
r to begin professional work or
lke positions with any of the in-
rial concerns in that city or vicin-
can secure valuable suggestions
it living conditions in the industri-
calities through B. L. Foster, '96E,
nsylvania building, care of Mc-
3and Engineering company.
rFoster is chairman of the Uni-
ity of M1ichigan club's committee
nemborship and assistance. The
hers or this committee are located
fe industrial centers in and about
city. Students should specify the
ict they expect to enter, so that
chairman may place themr in com-
ication with a committeeman in
territory.
K VLCE.1'1 ESI1)E1'T TALKS
TO D)ETROIT MICIGAN CLUB
iliam J. Gray, vice-president of
First and Old National bank of
-oit, spoke to the Detroit Univer-
of Michigan club at a luncheon
hie club held yesterday noon at
Cadillac hotel on "our Financial
ition During the Present War."
e will be but one more luncheon
this spring by the club.
,m Club Holds Annual Electionu
fe Totem' club at its meeting last
t elected the following officers
:he coming year: President, A. G.
lel, '18; vice-president, H. E.
er, '19H; secretary, E. S. Snyder,
tr a u e , C . F o s 2 E ant-at-arms, N. E. Gable, '20.
,tronize Daily Advertisers..

H-ave you ever heard and seen Chop-
in redered on a dancing grand piano?
Smiling Max Linder will perform this
feat in his first Essana laugh-fest,
"Max Comes Across," at the Arcade to-
day.-Adv. 17

Dancing classes and private lessons'
at the Packard Academy. t
NOT ICE- For prompt service,, call
Downing's Parcel Delivery. Phone
830. 16-23 !no

Try The Daily for :service.

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