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NAVAL MILITIA TOM LEV
FOR GREATLAKES' CAMP
(Continued from Page One.)
H. Maxwell Grylls of Detroit. These
colors will be received by Command-
ing Lieutenant J. R. Hayden and Lieu-
tenant O. M. McNeil. Theodore Harri-
son of the School of Music will sing
"A Hymn of Consecration" composed
by Albert A. Stanley in honor of the
t'. C(ivislOns.

Pop. Mat. Tues. lfllI t W k. May 2I
Thurs.and Sat. I Nights
25c and 50c 25c, 50c, 75c
DETROIT
TheBONSTELLE COMPANY
in
"The Professor's Love Story"
ARCADE
Shows at 3:ee; 6:3e; 8ee; :se
I6a Unless Otherwise Specified
Thurs.-24-Gladys Brockwell in "Her
Temptation," and Charlie Chaplin in
"The Cure."
Fri.-25-Mabel Taliaferro in "Magda-
lene of theHills ;" Drew Comedy
("Otne of the Family").

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)IFIiVIIGAN NAVAL RESERVES
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"Regulations at the Great Lakes
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that these are not sufficient to
make the men comfortable. More
than one-half of the men will pro-
vide themselves with blankets. I
wish to appeal to citizens of Ann
Arbor, who may have extra blank-
ets to turn them in at Waterman
gymnasium any time today for
those men who have none. About
80 blankets will be needed.
"LIEUTENANT J. R. HAYDEN."
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Round-up Society
Initiates 25 Men
The Round-up club, campus society.
held its spring initiations last night,
electing 25 new members.
The initiates are as follows: H. M.
Steffey, '18L; F. C. Carter, '18E; Russel
Curtis, '19D; J. R. Smith. '18E; W. C.
Ellet, '18L; J. G. Southworth, '18L;
J. F. Bulmer, '18D; J. W. Russell.
'lS; J A. Fleischbein, '19P; N. C.
Fliegel, '19P; Dean Richmond, '19L;
J. M. Stanton, '18M; P. C. Stephen,
'18E; T. W. Conant, '18E; O. F. Tiet-
jen, '19E; Otto W. Phillips, '18L; T.
H'. Heppeard. '18E; F. O. Clifford, '18D;
D. E. Mitchell, '18E; Elmore Petty-
john, '19E; Earl C. Payne, '18E; H. T.
Cannon, '19L; H. E. Mitchell, '19, and
J. W. Combequoy, '18L.
The final dance of the Round-ups
will be held June 1 at the Union.

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ing your old straw hat, allowance
c on your new one. Davis Tog-
Shop, 119 So. Main St.-Adv. 24-6

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MAJESTIC
ALL SEATS .15 CENTS
FOUR SHOWS DAILY FOUR
TIME TABLE 3, 6:30, 8 and 9:30
All Attendance Records Broken in New York's Rialto
Theatre Last Week at the First Presentation of
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
In his first Photoplay
producedp .eby Artcraft,
premier producers of the
.3 world.
The most timely pic-
ture of the day. Teeming
DO6Uf f /nA AtadrtrA +J'6with a combination of
:rCAF.....E ~ patriotism, action, laughs
and thrills.
THE BIG TREAT OF THE SEASON
Every Member of the Family will Enjoy This
In New York and Chicago the
Just to Think price was $1.00, Detroit 25c
and 50c. OUR PRICE 15c.
SUNDAY, ALICE BRADY in "DARKEST RUSSIA"
Special Concert

The faculty and general committee
will occupy seats on the stage and are
urgod to assemble in the rear rooms
by 10 minutes before eight. The mem-
bers of the two divisions will have
reserved seats directly in front of the
stage. Behind these will be seated
the following organizations in the or-
der named:
Company I of the Michigan national
guard, the G. A. R.'s, the Spanish war
veterans, the Women's Relief corps,
and the Ann Arbor members of the
Knight Templars in uniform. The
right hand side seats will be reserved
for family members of the naval militia
and Company I. On the left side and
rear the student volunteer companies
now drilling under Major C. W. Castle
will be seated according to their de-
partments.
To Hold Short Parade
After the program, in accordance
with a request by Lieutenant J. R.
Hayden, the two divisions will organ-
ize in front of the auditorium and then
follow the band on North University
to State street, down State street to
East University, up East University
street to the diagonal walk, through
the engineering arch to the center of
the campus and then to Waterman
gymnasium. where the parade will
break up.
The two divisions will assemble at
7:15 o'clock at St. Andrew's Episcopal
church for a brief service just before
the mass meeting. This meeting is
open to the friends of the militia and
the public.
The militia will arrive at the Michi-
gan Central station in Chicago for
breakfast after which they will be
transferred to the Northwestern depot
and arrive at the training station late
in the forenoon. The mail address of
the two divisions will be: Naval
training station, Great Lakes, Ill., care
Michigan nval militia.
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STUDENTS LEAVING ASKED *
TO REGISTER AT UNION *
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* All students who have made *
* definite arrangements to enter any *
* branch of the government service *
* whether military or farm work, *
are requested to register at the *
* Michigan Union their name and *
* address for the information of the *
intelligence bureau. In case of *
* uncertainty of address the student *
* should make arrangements to for-
* ward it to the Union as soon as *
possible.*
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WHAT'S GOING ON
Today
7:30 o'clock-Girls' section of Det-
scher Verein meets in Verein rooms.
7:30 o'clock-Bird club meeting in
room 355 Natural Science building.
7:30 o'clock-Captain David Cleary
lectures in room 348 Engineering
building on "Machine Guns."
8 o'clock- Classical club meeting
in room A, Memorial hall.

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8 o'clock-Spanish club meeting in
Lane hall.
8 o'clock- Fresh Mandolin club
meeting in room 205 north wing Uni-
versity hall.
8 o'clock-General meeting of Deut-
scher Verein in Verein rooms.
8 o'clock -University mass meet-
ing for naval reserves in Hill audi-
torium.
9:30 o'clock-Government ambul-
ance corps men meet at Union.
Tomorrow
7 o'clock-Alphu Nu meeting in Un-
iversity hall.
8 o'clock-Glee club concert in Hill
auditorium.
9 o'clock- Junior dent dance at
Packard academy.
U-Notices
The University hand will assemble
at 7:30 o'clock tonight i front of
Waterman gymnasium.
AllUniversity military companies
will assemble at 7:30 o'clock tonight
along North University avenue and
march to Hill auditorium.
Red Cross examinations will be held

The Mayer-Schairer Company

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To Owners of Panama Hats
To everyone who has Panama Hats
to be bleached and reblocked, and to
our customers who patronized us when
we were on Huron Street, who may not
know, we wish to say that our Factory
and Salesroom 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 overritlooks
new and you applreciate it. Prices the
same as last year.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St. Cor. State and Packard
(Next to the Delta)
Our address can always be found in
the Telephone Book the first name
under "

Rae Theatre
NOW SHOWINC!
M JE PETROVA
- -in
"iBridges Burned"!
Also "THE PURPLE MASK"
Coming Soon
Jean Southern in "The Mysteries
of Myra."
ilichi'ganensians will be placed on

1 2 S. Main Street

We have with us a complete line of
SP R N U ®.5 1 N
At Prices that Suit
And we also do .
Excellent Cleaning Pressing & Repairing
Ward's Kassy Kut Klothes
F. W. ALLEN, Manager 118 E. Huron Street

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from 4 to 6 o'clock tomorrow in the sale at 8 o'clock this morning in Un-
lower lecture room of the Homoeo- iversity hall.
pathic hospital. On account of the mass meeting to-
An election for members of the stu-. night the meeting of the El Ateneo
dent board in control of publications Cervantes has been postponed to 4
will be held from 10 to 4 o'clock to- o'clock Friday afternoon in room 101,
morrow in University hall. S. 'W.. University hall.

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W H ITNEY THEATRE
MATINEE AND NIGHT SATURDAY

MAY

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LOVE'S STRUGGLE THROUGHOUT THE AGES
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PRICES:

NIGHTS .. . ...... ........ . .....25c, 50c, 75c, $1.40 and $1.50
MATINEES ..:......................25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00,
SEAT SALE THURSDAY

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