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Fri-i-Viola Dana in "God's Law and
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HAT'S GOING ON
PLACES IN AMBULANCE UNIT
STILL REMAIN TO BE FILED
o'clock--Symposium on "Heritable
ctuating Variations" in room F-214
:ural Science building.
:30 o'clock-Band concert and Sen-
Sing at band stand.
:30 o'clock-Miss Nellie Reichen-
:h lectures in room 401 Mason hall
"The Work of an Investment De-
Iment of a Fraternal Company."
o 'clock-Fresh lit Frolic at
o'clock-Boatclub regatta on Hur-
river near boathouse.
lection of officers for the Oratorical
ociation will be held from 9 to 12
ock tomorrow in University hall.
hose partaking in the Unitarian
nic will meet at 3 o'clock tomor-
r afternoon in the church parlors.
Cooks, Clerks, and Mechanics
Desired; Officers Are Ap-
Due to the number of men who have
heen rejected there still are many
places open for new men in ambulance
unit C which is now being formed.
There are openings in practically all
divisions of the unit.
Cooks, clerks, and mechanics are
Ewanted, especially any men who can
fill thesepositions arerequested to
sign up at the Union as soon as pos-
sible, as the recruiting officer is ex-
pected here daily.
Sergeant Charles F. Weaver, '19E,
made the following temporary ap-
pointments in the unit yesterday:
Clerk, L. J. Curby, '17L; corporal, W.
S. Kammerer, '18L; orderly, O. M.
ALPHA NU SOCIETY TO HOLD
CLUB TO HONOR 13 INITIATES
By Robert J. Bender
S(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, May 31.---Having added
one ex-officio cabinet member in the
person of Herbert Hoover, food ad-
ministrator, President Wilson is ex-
pected shortly to announce the ap-
pointment of a "secretary of munitions
Conferences between the president,
Secretary of War Baker, and Attorney
Goneral Gregory have been held this
week to determine what proceedure
may be followed in placing a man at
the head of munitions products and
purchasing works during the war. It
is probable that congress will be asked
to delegate powers to this new official
just as in the case of Hoover.
Bernard Baruch is soon to be named
government purchaser of raw ma-
terials. A later post of secretary of
transportation may be added, but for
the time being transportation work is
to be left in the hands of an advisory
committee of the national council of
defense, acting in co-operation with
the railroad executives committee
which is to be located here during the
OFFERS POSITION FOR WOMEN
Collegiate Bureau of Occupationg Can
Cie Executive Work
Opportunities for securing perman-
ent or temporary positions are offer-
ed by the collegiate bureau of occu-.
pations to women who desire to enter
any other than the teaching field. Col-
lege women with business training or
experience are in especial demand
this year, and may quickly work into
The Detroit bureau aims to place
women in the following positons: so-
cial work, publishing house work of
many kinds, business and clerical
work, scientific and professional work,
and special positions.
The bureau is located at 209 Con-
gress building. Registration fee is $1.
WISCONSIN STUDENTS WILL AID
CITY TO SELL LIBERTY BONDS
Madison, Wis., May 31.-Students of
the University of Wisconsin will aid
the city of Madison in securing sub-
scription for a million dollars worth
of Liberty loan bonds. Under the
direction of Prof. W. A. Scott, head of
the commerce school, the students will
make a house to house canvass of the
Columbia: The Columbia ambul-
ance unit, well equipped by means of
large gifts, expects to be called into
service within a few weeks.
REGENTS VOTE TO INVEST
$5,000 IN LIBERTY BONDS
(Continued from Page One.)
proved. Horace L. Davis, '17, was
appointed to the Babcock memorial
fellowship, which carries a stipend of
$500 per annum, for the ensuing year.
Charles L. Freer, '04, of Detroit was
congratulated in a form of a resolu-
tion on the completion of his work 'on
the original copy of Psalms, which has
just been published by the University
in its humanistic series. The work
was begun seven years ago and has
cost Mr. Freer many thousands of dol-
State college fellowships, each
carrying a stipend of $300, were
awarded to the following:
Carl Tobias, Adrian college; Charles
Carpenter, Adrian college; Ray Bash-
geteor, Alma college; Muriel Babcock,
Hillsdale college; John Mulder, Hope
college; Lucile Hobbs, Kalamazoo col-
lege; Elsa Schueron, Michigan Agri-
cultural college; Delbert Brown,
The second chemical engineering
felowship, given by the Eastern Edi-
son company of Detroit, $900, was
awarded, to Robert Archer, grad.. of.
Detroit. The Detroit Copper and Brass
Rolling Mills fellowship was awarded
to Frank Nethaway, '17E, of Garland.
It amounts to $500 a year.
The following degrees were granted:
Bachelor of science in civil engineer-
ing-James Hendry of the class of
1906, and William Starratt of the class
of 1897 B h-llp of inn in n
Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E::Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
Matinees 2, 3:30.
C. W. GRAHAM, Manager
PROMPT SERVICE, FULL SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS--
in and look them over.
Nights 6:30, 8. 9:30
It is on this basis that we do business.
CARL F. BAY
Fri--inm. Desmond in "Blood Will
Tell." Also Keystone Comedy,
"Villa of the Movies."
Sat-.-Wm. Courtney and Marguerite'"
Snow in "The Hunting of the
Hawk." Also iollie King in "The
Mystery of the Double; Cross."
Matinees 2, 3:3o. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Yri-i-House Peters and Myrtle Sted-
man in "As Men Love." Also Tri-
angle Komedy and Paramount Picto-
Sat-2-Ann Murdock in "Where Love
Is." Also Pathe News and Theby
Sun-Mon-3-4-Bessie Lovein "A Daught-
er of the Poor." Also Holmes Trav-
A Picture that no Girl or Bay
should fail to see. It's a story
with a punch and a moral.
LS' GLEE CLUB TO SING
T SENIOR VESPER SERVICES
Give PieIic Tomorrow Morning;
To Elect Officers Tues-
the annual senior vespers to be
at Martha Cook dormitory Sun-
evening entertainment will be
"In acting, interest and well
told plot, 'Enlighten Thy Daught
er' is superior to any similar
picture that has ever preceded it.
The action is swift and there is
a careful avoidance of anything
that would make the scenes un-
pleasant or distasteful to the
Of ieers for 1917-18 Are
rnished by the Girls' Glee club.
ub will gather at 4:45 o'clock
de of the dormitory. All seniorI
e invited to be present at the
Tomorrow morning the Glee club
il substitute a picnic for the ban-t
et which has been held in former
ars. Members are expected to be
Newberry residence at 6:30 o'clock.
Annual election of officers for the
ganization will take place at the
gular rehearsal next Tuesday after-
GLIED BADGES SELLING FAST
assical Club Will Use Proceeds to1
Fill Fits for National Guard
Alpha Nu Debating society will hold
its last initiation for the year at 7
o'clock Saturday night in the society
rooms in University hall. Nine in-
itiates will be taken inhat the time.
At the meeting last Friday officers
were elected for next year. R. F.
Mathews, '19, was chosen president;
A. L. Bogue, '19, vice-president; H. A.
Spiller, '19, secretary; J. C. Cary, '19,
treasurer; W. Clark, '20, oratorical
delegate, and W. T. Adams, '17, mar-
There will be a meeting of the so-
ciety at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
BANQUET GIVEN BY COMMERCE
IN HONOR OF 13 INITIATES
Members of the Commerce club as-
sembled at 7 o'clock last night at the
Union for their "mobilization" ban-
quet, given in honor of the 13 neophyte
"rookies." Following the dinner.
"Chief-of-staff" Woody Woodruff
called for speeches from Jack Dalton,
Carrol Collins, Prof. G. W. Dowrie,
and Mr. W. F. Marsteller.
The list of initiates follows: Clad W.
Wood, '18; Charles Towler, '18; Her-
bert W. Giessing, '18; Charles C. Pot-
tor, '18; W. G. Elsnau, '18; Joseph
Ginsburg, '18; Donald B. McCruden,
'is; William Miller, '19; Jasper Reid,
'18; Carrol Collins, '18; Harry Carey,
'19; H. R. Wasson, '18, and R. C.
Allied badges, displaying the colors
all the entente countries have been
lling rapidly, and several dollars
ave been secured in this way for the
flling of kits for the national guard.
he badges are made by the Classical
ub and sell for 10 cents each.
To speed the sale, Blanche Lane, '18,
taking the responsibility of supply-
g the women of Martha Cook dorm-
ory, and Doreen Potter, '20, has
barge of the project in Newberry res-
ence. Badges may aslo be secured
om Margaret Cooley, '18, and Ar-
th Paul, '19.
Get your Canoe Lunch for the Re-
Atta at the Delta. Phone 817-M.-
Typewriters of all makes bought for
.sh. O. D. Morrill, 322 So. State St.
to report for duty at Fort Benjamin
Aon s'tudat Candy
When You Cycle
A certain student has a bicycle.
Purdue: Military work at the Uni.
versity ended Monday with a review
of the corps on north Stuart field.
Princeton: Three sections of thej
ambulance corps have sailed for
France. The Princeton group, of 75'
men, sailed together with similar sec-
tions from Yale, Harvard, and Mariet-
ta colleges. They are signed for six
Princeton: Plans for this year's
commencement include an artillery
salute for the distinguished guests
who will attend. These guests include
Secretary Lansing, and many ambass-
adors from the allied countries.
Pennsylvania: Rolls for the three
ambulance units from this university
have been announced. The men will
soon go to Allentown, Pa., for a short
period of training before. going to
Lawrence: Many members of the
faculty have announced their inten-
tions of working on the farm or in
Red Cross service this summer.
April 16, 1917.
OT IVi.iacneior oz science in enr
-JU 0'1 He rides well. Wednesday night he
gieering (electrical)-Howard Enos, rode up Liberty street toward Main.
Jkdckson, and.Morris Greenblatt, New He overtook Fords and other bicycles
London, Conn. Bachelor of science in even.
engineering (chemical)-R. W. Bur- His knowledge of bicyclism permit-
leigh, Portland. Ore. Bachelor of ted him to release both hands from
engineering (mechanical)--Rex Wil- the bar to withdraw candy from his
bur, Coldwater. Bachelor of science pocket.
in engineering (civil)--Stuart Dubee, Onward he sped, eating, dodging
Beloit Wis., and W. P. Hindman of pedestrians on the crossways, and
the class of 1916. even whistling between swallows.
The degree of bachelor of law was At the corner of Main and Liberty
granted to Sheridan Downey of the streets was a stone which no man,
ciass of 1907, and to Stephen Downey woman, or child had ever condes-
of the class of 1908. Both asked for cended to remove. The riider ap-
their degrees because they are enter- proached with his eyes on the stars
in? upon military duty. and his teeth on the candy.
Albert Bennett, grad., was granted The front wheel came in contact
his master of arts degree. with the stohe. The stone refused to
move. The front wheel ceased to
Doctor Discovers Powerful Explosive move. The rider continued to move.
New York City, May 31.-Discovery Three minutes intervened. A negress
of an explosive so powerful that five passing by offered kind words to the
grains 'would be sufficient to crumble lad in the gutter.
the Woolworth building was announc- The latter slowly raised his head,
ed by Dr. Dayve B. DeWaltoff during said "no thank you," as he removed
a meeting of the medico-pharmaceu- the pebbles from beneath his lower
tical league. , lip with his index finger. Hurriedly
he brushed the dust from his cloth-
Indiana Coach for Continuing Sports ing: then shamefully limping he work-
Bloomington, Ind., May 31.-Coach ed his way with difficulty to the curb
Ewald O Stiehm of Indiana univer- through the crowd which had as-
sity, favors the continuation of inter- sembled.
collegiate athletics on the grounds3
that sports are a physical benefit and-? . Meet me at the Delta Sunday .eve-
an aid against depression. ing.--Adv .
Dr. R. IW. Kraft Is Ordered to Fort Get your Canoe Lunch for the Re-
Dr. Rollan W. Kraft, demonstrator gatta at the Delta. Phone 817-M.-
of clinical surgery, has been ordered Adv. 1-2
"Every mother and father and
every young girl in Detroit
would be well repaid by seeing
Enlighten Thy Daughter.' It is
not a sex picture in the general-
ly accepted term; not a scene
in the play is suggestive; the
tense situations., are delicately
handled, and the old story of all
ages and nations, is retold with
a modern touch that should ap-
peal to all womanhood."
Detroit Free Press.
April 16, 1917.
"'Enlighten Thy Daughter,'
the delicacy of the theme is
deftly handled, and there is no
offense in any of the incidents
or in the manner of their pre-
sentation. For a film lesson on
the teaching of truths essential
to the health and morals of the
race. 'Inlighten Thy Daughter'
is more to be commended than
any other film dealing with the
same subject which has gone
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Come everybody who prefers construe-
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The Christian Endeavor society of
the First Presbyterian church will
have a picnic at the head of Barton
dais at 5:30 o'clock- tomorrow after-
noon. All members and friends of the
society are invited to attend.
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