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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

JUNE 8

THMCIGNALYJNE_

VA

THE BIG FAT FELLOW
He shows he feels the heat, but don't think the little, slim
ones don't suffer too.
There is always a way out of it. You can'combine style and
good appearance, and yet be cool and comfortable. A MAL-
COLM Hand Tailored Special Summer Suit, is the way out.
In its comfortable coolness, it will realize your vision of the
North Pole as a relief. Our line of cool cloths is very

TAKE YOUR
Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer
who has an established reputation and you will be assured of
Results that will not be a disappointment.
L N N D 0 N ' S 719 N. University Ave

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Ostablished 1905, and
Growing bigger and better every day.

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Continued this Week

complete.

J. K. MALCOLM,

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FRATERNITIES
We havelunsurpassed ,aecemodations for group photographs
MAIN STUDIOS
1i546-4S Broadway New York, N.Y
Perfect Portraitures
AmateurWork Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.

619 R. Liberty 3t.

PHONIC 948-W

STUDEBAKER

MOTOR CARS

H. F. GAYLORD,

1927

311 Maynard Streetl

THE QUESTION

has been referred to so much in regard to HIGH
PRICES, that people have almost become recon-
cilled to the fact that the prices on everything is
going SKY HIGI-IWARD. I consider; it a very
great pleasure to present herewith some statistics
on present prices of shirts in my store.
There's not an old shirt in the whole lot and the
most of them are still in the shipping cases. SO
NEW.

EXTENSION DEPATMENT
IDS TOFILL.1 COFFERS
GET MORE THAN 1,00 REQUESTS
FOR LECTURES DURING
PAST YEAR
With requests for more than 1,000
lectures during the academic year, the
University extension department has
been able to be not only self-support-
ing but to place nearly $1,200 in the
University treasury.
From Detroit alone requests for 101
lectures had been received by the close
of last October.
In the courses given out in the state
for University credit, 363 students
were enrolled. These courses were
given by Prof. Robert M.'Wenley, Prof.
C. H. Van Tyne, Prof. H. R. Cross,
Prof. T. E. Rankin, Prof. S. E. Ging-
rich and Mr. Lyman Bryson.
Lectures and conferences have been
given in connection with the good
roads and the good health movements.
There are 118 members on the ex-
tension staff which is directed by Prof.
W. D. Henderson.
WARN GOVERNMENT THAT LACK
OF TONNAGE MUST END SOON
Washington, June 7.-Warning that
if a lack of tonnage is not quickly
overcome the war may be brought to
our own shores, S. A. Eustice and F.
H. Clark, assistant managers of the
emergency fleet corporation, late to-
day started a fight on the Goethals
steel ship program.
yThey announced that there are of-
fers from 10 countries to build 496
wooden hulls in 14 months, or 786 in
18 months, where the present program
is about 50 wooden ships.
I)EFICIENCY BILL DEFEAT
IN HOUSE DELAYS PASSAGE
Washington, June 7.-Further delay
upon the army and navy deficiency bill
was forced in the house this afternoon
when Republicans succeeded in de-
feating the conference report of the
bill by a vote of 184 to 114, and sent
the bill back to conference with in-
serts to eliminate the $3,006,000- ap-
propriation for a naval training sta-
tion at Jamestown exposition grounds
at Hampton Roads, Va.
Announce Senior LawAppointments
Harry C. Daniels, '17L, has appoint-
ed the following men for the senior
law reception committee: Donald N.
Sarbaugh, chairman; R. P. Ransom,
J. F. Heydon, and L. P. Diederichs.
For the Guard of Honor the follow-
ing men have been appointed: J. A.
Dalm, L. P. Diederichs, J. T. Bell, W.
L. Owen, J. E. Sanders, D. N. Sar-
baugh, R. A. McGinnis, F. E. Kenney,
H1. C. Wall, C. N. Willetts, R. P. Ran-
som, W. W. Wensinger, and G. E.
Wheeler.
A. C. iaig Gives Graduation Recital
One of the most brilliant graduation
recitals of the season was given last
evening at the University School of
Music by Mr. Andrew C. Haigh, pianist
of Detroit.
Perhaps the number which stood out
most prominently was Brahms' "Va-
riations on a Theme of Paganini." Mr.
laigh's interpretation of this number
was splendid and was received with
much favor by the large audience pres-
ent.
Mr. Haigh will act as a member of
the faculty of the School of Music next
year.

Pop. Mat. Tiles , A B l Wk. June 4
Thurs. andSat.G A RR ICK Nights
75c and 50c2 25c, 50C, 75c
DETROIT
TheBONSTELLE COMPANY
"The Cinderella Man"

Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturd ays-Sundays--Continuous
'1hur-s-Fri-7-8-WV1l. S. Bart in "The
Square Deal Man." Also Keystone
Comedy, "Dodging His Doom."
Sat-g-Gladys Iiulette in "The Candy
Girl.' Also ?Mlollie King in "The
.Mystery of the Double Cross.'
Part 4.
Orheum Theatre
Matinees a, 3:30. Nights 6:30,.8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays--Continuous
Thurs-Fri-7-8-Fannie Ward in "The
School for Husbands." Also Para-
mount Pictograph and Triangle
Komedy.
Sat-g-Linda Griffith in "Charity" Mu-
tual Superpicture. Also Pathe News
and Lonesome Luke Comedy. Even-
ing 15C.

It is on this basis that we do business.

Wuerth Theatre

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ARCADE JEWELER
CARL F. BAY

Nickels Arcade

Phone 152-W

Scores of New Titles
to select from

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C. W. GRAHAM, Manager
TO OUR CUSTOMERS--

TO-DAY AT 3:00, TO-NIGHT AT 7:3 ONLY
Milton Schuster usNcal CoN"py in

Goodhew Floral Co,
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everytning in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.

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PLENTY SONGS
DANCES--GIRLS

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$6.00
$4.5Ā©
$3.50
$3.00
$2.50
$2.00
$1.50
$1.00

... , SHIRTS .... $4.80
.... SHIRTS .... $3.45
... .SHIRTS .... $2.60
.... SHIRTS .... $2.10
. . .. SHIRTS . .. . $1.80
.... SHIRTS .... $1.55
.... SHIRTS .... $1.25
.... SHIRTS .... $ .90

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721 N. University Ave.

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II 1857-Dry Goods, Furniture, and Women's Fashions- 917

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Summer's

Loveliest Fashions

Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
IWHAT'S GOIYG O
Today
4 o'clock--Actuarial society meets
in room 401 Mason hall.
7:15 o'clock-Assembly for Cap
night exercises on diagonal walk.
Tomorrow
2 o'clock-Unitarian society mem-
bers meet at church for picnic.
U-Notices
All engineers will meet at 3 o'clock
this afternoon on the walk east of the
Engineering building as soon as
classes are dismissed.
1t embers of the A, B, and C ambu-
lance units will meet at 10 o'clock to-
morrow morning for a hike.
Members of the All-fresh Glee club
will meet tonight at the speaker's
stand in Cap night hollow.
20 SENIORS AND ONE ALUMNUS
HELP GOVERNMENT AT FORT
Twenty seniors and one alumnus
from the engineering department of
the University are now at Fort Riley,
Kans., constructing barracks for the
government, the last detachment hav-
ing left yesterday.
Those at Fort Riley are: Civil en-
gineers, H. E. Baker, C. M. Berns, R.
W. Collins, H1. M. H. Corey, R. J. Dan-
dero, W. W. Larsh, R. L. McNamee, A.
D. Mott, A. L. Oppenheimer, I. W.
Petrie, E. C. Smith, R. E. L. Smith, H.
A. Taylor, Z. N. Tenekejian, C. E.
Wells, H. C. Worfel, and H. R. Erd-
man; L. W. Frey, architect; R. Bird-
sell, electrical engineer; D. B. Gard-
ner, mechanical engineer, and J. W.
Lovell, alumnus.
ENTIRE GREAT -BRITAIN IN
ACCORD WITH WAR AIMS
London, June 7.-"The British gov-
ernment, the house of commons, and
the country are in complete accord
with war aims as announced by the
French chamber of commerce," de-
clared Sir George Cave. Cave was in-
terrupted in a speech by Phillip Snow-
den, pacifist member, who asked
whether the allies propose to continue
regardless of all other consequences
until their objects are obtained. "You
must regard previous answers as ab-
solute," Sir George replied.

Arcade

Theg tjrre

Eri-8-Lionel Barrymore in "The Mil-
lionair's Double" and Herz Comedy,
("The Regeneration of Reginald.")
Sat-g-Peggy' Hyland in "Babette' and
Part XII of "Patria.
Mon-Tue-] 11-12-Ethel Barrymore in
"The Call of Her People" (7 parts).
Wed-13-Anita Stewart in "The Girl
Philippa" (ret.) (8 parts).
Thu-14-Virginia Pearson in "A Royal
Romance" and "Fatty" Arbuckle in
"The Butcher Boy." (Ret.)
Fri-i5-Emny Wehlen in "Sowers and
Reapers," and Drew Comedy ("Her
Lesson.")
Sat-z 6-Earle Williams in 'Apartment
29" and Part XIII of "~Patria."
Mon-Tue-z8-ig-Theda Bara in "Her
Greatest Lovc" and Christie Comedy,
"IHis Flirting Ways."
Wed-2o-Lionel Barrymore in "His
Father's Son" (ret.) and Internation-
al Cartoon.

Th-ai-June Caprice in "A Small Town
Girl" and Max Linder in "Max
Wants a Divorce."
'ri lme. Petrova in "The Soul of
a .\agdalene" and Drew Comedy,
"Nothinlg to Wear.")
Sat 23- Lillian Walker in "Sally in a
Hurry," and Part XIV of "Patria."
iMl oi-ITue- '-a6-William Farnunm in
"American Methods" and Christie
Comiedy, (''Sea Nymphs.")
Wiedl--'iJllian y Walker in sitty Mac-
kay" (ret.) and Fatty Arbuckle in
his Third Paramount Comedy.
Thu-S -George Walsh in "The Book
1 ~en t" and H erz Comedy.
Fri-2- Frances Nelson in "The Beauti-
iul i.," and Mlax Linder in "Max
Comes Across." (Ret.)
Sat-3o-Alice Joyce in "11er Secret;"
Last Ipisode of "Patria;" and
Charles Richman and Dorothy Kelly
inl Chap. I of "The Secret Kingdom."
( -10reels. Shows at 3 :oo; 6:30;
8:453.

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15c unless otherwise specified
Phone 296-M

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"Where only the best
is good enough"

In Voile and Linen Dresses, Silk Skiffts, White Tub -- I
Skirts, Sport Coats, Sweaters, Blouses, and Millinery
will be Informally Presented this Afternoon on Living
Models.

Before School Closes
Come in and see us about orderinĀ§ those
White Sport Shoes

Young Women of the University are Cordially Invited l
Viw the Charming Displays. Combined Musical Clubs Elect Officers
to lew CDOfficers for 1917-18 were chosen by
the combined Glee and Mandolin clubs
(Fashion $ alons-Second Floor) at their final meeting yesterday after-
noon. L. O. Aldrich, '17E, was elected
president. The other offifficers are T.
S. Barnett, '18M, vice-president; R. R.
Dieterle, '17, glee club representative;

Your typewriter accepted in part pay-
ment for a Corona, the portable ma-
chine, weighs six pounds. 100,000 in
use. O. D. Morrill, 322 South State
St.-Adv. 5-6-7-8
Going canoeing up the river? Make
these trips real enjoyable- by equip-
ping your canoe with a portable Vic-
trola and records of the World's Best
Artists. -Victrola outfits for sale at

Seniors Can Get Programs TIR. M. Kempton, '18M, Mandolin club
rsrg Trepresentative; H. L. Davis, '17, Glee
Seniors will have their last oppor- tIub leader, and Rex St. Clair, '17,
tunity to obtain programs from 1 to Mandolin club leader.
3 o'clock today in the University hall
corridor. Only 40 programs remain to Sorority Girls Announce Engagements
be disposed of. Engagements of two of the members
of the Chi Omega sorority were an-
Typewriters of all makes bought for ; nounced last night at dinner, that of
cash. O. D. Morrill, 322 So. State St. Lillian Carnegie, '17, to Wyeth Allen,
-Adv. tf '15E, and that of Margaret Creswell,
'17, to Lancelot Rowley, '16E, of Lew-
Patronize Daily Advertisers. istown, Mont.

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ALFRED J. RUBY, Inc.
FOOTWEAR OF QUALHTY AND #HSTINCAON
NICKELS ARCADE
795-J

100 Tennis Rackets going at i4 off
at Wahr's University Bookstore. tf
Delta Cafe open Commencement
week. Table d'hote service. Special
parties by arrangement.-Adv. 30

CITE -EMPLOUIENT
College men preferred. Good chance
for advancement. See De Marsh, Sat-
urday evening 7-30 P. M. at 1208 So.
Univei- i y. 7-8

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