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Spring

Ruthless-Ruthless-Ruthless
That is the word that.describes Lyndon's Kodak Sale.
A New Bargain every day. Look them over.
"I may be crazy, but I am going to sell these 50 shop worn Kodaks."

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Great Britain Considers Act as Result
of Carranza Peace Suggestion,
According to Report
Washington, Feb. 3.-Great Brit-
ain is considering landing soldiers to
protect her oil interests at Tampico,
Mexico, according to strong intima-
tions heard in diplomatic circles this
afternoon.
This is understood to be the direct
result of GeneralCarranza's note yes-
terday which suggested the cutting off
of supplies to the allies, and its aim
is to prevent any possible interfer-
ence with the British navy's fuel sup-
ply.
Landing of soldiers merely as a
guard would not constitute a viola-
tion of the Monroe doctrine, it was
said, unless such an expedition sought
to obtain territory. Carranza's note
showing signs of German influence is
giving officials greater concern than
they manifest on the surface.
Paris, Feb. 13.-Heavy losses were
inflicted on a strong German patrol
detachment which was dispersed by
French forces in the Aspach sector
today.

Mat. GRI KWeek of
Wed. ds sat. G A R R ICK Feb. 12
DETROIT
ROBERT MANTELL
in Shakesperian roles
ARCADE
Shows at 3.oo; 6:3: ,:oo; 9:30

Tue.-r3-Clara Kimball Young in "The
Foolish Virgin." 25c.
Wed.-;4-Robert Warwick in "The
Man Who Forgot"; Comedy.
Thu.-15--George Walsh in "The Island
of Desire"; Chap T6, "Gloria's Ro-
mance," ("A Modern Pirate.") 15c.
Fri.-6-Harold Lockwood and May
Allison in "Pidgin Island"; Drew
Comedy. ai5c.

Semester

roc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.

Second

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Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:oo-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Wed.-14--Wm. Courtenay in "Kick
In." Also Florence Rose Fashions.
Thirs.-Fri.-15-i6-Lou Tellegen, in
"The Victoria Cross." Also Bray
Cartoons.
Sat.- 17-Wm. Desmond and Clara Wil-
liamIS in "The Criminal." Also Tri-
angle Comedy. Evening, 15c.
Sun.-Mon.-18-19-Frank McIntyre of Ann
Arbor, in "The Traveling Salesman."
Also H-olmes Travels. Evening, 15c.
Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16

CHARLES FROHMAN

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& Healy " Washburn"
les, $15.00; Leonardo,
genuine Hawaiian make,
Mauna Loa brand, $4.
e had of 12,000 leading
dealers. Write for name
ntearest dealer.

T HE languorous charm of the
Hawaiian native instruments-so
moving in appeal, so observably
in vogue-is strikingly characteristic
of the Ukulele. Its tone possesses that
curiously beautiful timbre, that exoti
charm of tonal quality which has
made these instruments so sensation-
ally popular.
The Ukulele has a pleasing grace of
form The finer models are made
of genuine Hawaiian Koa wood It
is much in request today among the
smarter college and other musical
organizations.
It is easy to learn. Its price includes an
Instruction Book.
Hawaiian Steel Guitar
Every chord struck upon this typically rep-
resentative Hawaiian instrument is marked
by a weird, plaintive harmony and strangely
beautiful qualities of tone. It brings, to any
music, qualities full of vivid color and va-
ried charm
Price $8.00 and upwards including Seel and Set of Three
Thimbles for Playing. and Inisvuetion Book.

Dallas, Tex., Neb. 13.-The Bank-
ers' Trust company of New York
filed suit in circuit court here this
afternoon against the Katy railroad
to foreclose on $20,000,000 in bonds.
Washington, Feb. 13.-The state de-
partment, and Belgian Minister Hav-
enith both agreed today that there
is no appeal from the German ruling
that American relief Workers must
quit Belgium. The department in-
formed the minister, however, that it
is consulting Mr. Hoover with a view
to avoiding the wreck of all American
relief work.
Washington, Feb. 13.-Branding the
$38,500,000 rivers and harbors bill as
the "fattest of the pork bill meas-
ures," Senators Kenyon, Sherman,
Jones, and Harding, Republicans, to-
day submitted a minority report pro-
viding a lump sum of $25,000,000 to
be expended as directed by the sec-
retary of war.

JULIA SANDERSON

DONALD BIAN

Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
OPERA REHEARSALS
RESUMED AT UNION
Temporary Parts Assigned for First
- Act; Morgan Director
Pleased

JOSEPH

IN THE TRIUNPIANT
MUSICAL COMEDY

"SYBIL"

PRICES 50c to $2.00

SALE FEB. 14, 10 A. M.

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Catalogs on appiication.

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HAT'S GOING ON
Today.
'clock-Consultation of associate
s of Inlander.
'clock-Faculty recital in Hill
>rium.
'clock-Meeting of the Masques
East Washington street.
) o'clock-Y. W. C. A. cabinet
at Newberry hall.
'clock-All-fresh Glee club re-
es in McMillan hall.
o'clock-Mortarboard meets at
s house.
l o'clock-Intercollegiate So-
society meets in Newberry
Tomorrow.
'clock-Mr. Lyman Bryson talks
he Influence of the Press in In-'
ional Relations" in U-Hall. i
'clock-Classical club meets in I
A Alumni Memorial hall.
'clock-Menorah study circle
in room P-162, natural science

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*CLASS NOTICES. *

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Dr. L. D. Upson will meet the
Municipal seminary (political
science 18), in room 207 econom-
ics building at 7 o'clock this even-
ing. R. T. CRANE.
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Cummings to Talk on Tuberculosis
Dr. H. H. Cummings of the Uni-
versity health service will deliver the
first lecture this semester under the
auspices of the University health rep-
resentatives in the auditorium of the
natural science building at 8 o'clock
next Tuesday evening. The lecture
will be on "Tuberculosis," and will
be illustrated by a number of slides
furnished by the Lansing board of
health. All students were invited to
attend.
Champ Clark Becomes Grandfather
New Orleans, Feb. 13.-Champ Clark
became a grandfather today with the
arrival of Champ Clark Thompson,
son of James M. Thompson, publisher

Washington, Feb. 13.-At the rate
of $10,000,000 a minute the house late
today passed the annual general pen-
sion bill carrying $160,000,000.
ENGINEERING GRAPHS SUBJECT
OF TALK BY DR. T. R. RUNNINGj
"Graphical Methods for Handling
Engineering Data," will be the sub-
ject of an address to be given before
the A. I. E. E. next Friday evening
by Dr. T. R. Running of the mathe-
matics department. The speaker will
demonstrate how to determine con-
stants from empirical formulae by
the use of elementary methods. Such
data concerning the water rate of tur-
bines, the cost of machines, the crit-
ical voltage and corona loss of trans-
mission lines, and the saturation
curves of steel are more easily han-
dled by the application of Dr. Run-
ning's methods.
The lecture, which will be given at
7:30 o'clock, takes place in room 348
of the engineering building.
Baseball Practice Is Started at Brown
Providence, R. I., Feb. 14.-Baseball
practice at Brown is well under way,
candidates for the battery positions,
who reported to Coach Pattee in the
cage being on a regular schedule of
daily workouts. Thus far there have
been five pitchers working, including
Richards, Flanders, and Dennison of
last year's team; deVit.lis, formerly
of Exter, and Fuller, a product of;
Maine Central institute.

Following an extended rest over
the examination period, work on the
chorus and cast parts for "Fool 's
Paradise," the 1917 production of the
Mimes of the Michigan Union, started
again yesterday. Director Morgan ar-
rived in the morning and had charge
of the cast rehearsal. Parts were as-1
signed temporarily and the men were
given an opportunity of showing their
ability. The first act was covered in
this way and Director Morgan ex-
pressed himself as being well satis-
fied with the showing made at this.
early date. Several of the new men
displayed exceptional ability. As yet
no cuts have been made among the
cast tryouts.
Singing as well as dancing featured
the chorus rehearsal held last night.
The men were sent through a stiff
two-hour drill and great improvement
can be noted already in the way the
men handle themselves. The final
chorus cut will be announced in the
near future.
Five out of town engagements for
the spring vacation trip have been
arranged for and three other cities
are striving for the remaining open
dote.
The next cast rehearsal will be held
at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the
Union. The chorus will have its next
meeting at 7 o'clock this evening at
the Union.
NOTED ARTISTS WILL APPEAR
AT THIS TEAR'S MAY FESTIVAL

rMAJESTIC
Now - Playing - Now
Girls! Girls! Girls!
The 1917 Edition of
The Song and
Dance Revue
with LEROY & CAHILL
Dae and Neville
PATRICOLA&ME YERS
Darn, Good & Funny
ARNOLD & FLORENCE
THURSDAY
"THE CRISIS"
ists of the country, will be heard in
the organ recital Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Biggs' reputation is well estab-
lished throughout the country and as
a concert organist he ranks high. His
work at the San Francisco and San
Diego expositions elicited the highest
commendations from those convers-
ant with organ music.
Negotiations are pending with a
leading baritone for the part of Am-
anasro in "Aida," whose name will be
announced shortly.
The festival will be given along the
usual general lines, the Chicago Sym-
phony orchestra under Frederick
Stock taking part in the four even-
ing performances, and the Friday mat-
inee, while the Saturday matinee will
be devoted to an organ recital.
Three choral works will be offered,

"Little Miss Happiness"
Also
The New $50,000
FOX COMEDY
Not much "pie slinging," but
situations that would make a
vinegar drinking old maid's face
stretch like a rubber baloon.

TONIGHT
Wm. Fox presents
JUNE CAPRICE

Rae Theatre

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ADMISSION, 15c

two by the adult chorus, "The Dream
of Gerontius," which will be given
Thursday evening by a splendid cast,
and "Aida," which will be given Sat-
urday evening by an all-star operatic
cast, most of the performers being
among the leading stars, of the Metro-
politan Opera company, while the
children's chorus will repeat "The
Walrus and the Carpenter," which re-
ceived such an enthusiastic reception
when presented here four years ago.
Buy Kahn or Cambridge tailored
clothes for spring, and get cash-cou-
pons. Davis, at 119 Main. 13-17-18
Use The Michigan Daily Want Adsa
for results.
Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.

U-Notices. of the News Orleans Item. Mrs.
bers of the freshman Glee club Thompson formerly was Genevieve
cure pictures at the White Clark.
lit basketball practice in Wa. Dancing classes and private lessons
gymnasium. at the Packard Academy. tf

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the old school and does his work well
and consistently and sings with an
intelligence frequently lacking in
many artists.
Richard Keys Biggs, organist,
whose preliminary training was done
at the University School of Music,
and who in recent years has attained
a foremost position among the organ-

Senior Lits.
We Are Taking Orders for Canes
D. E. Grennan
606 E. Liberty

Football Costs Pennsylvania $25,000
Philadelphia, Feb. 14.-The financial
report of athletics at the University
of Pennsylvania shows some interest-
ing statistics. The budget for the
present year calls for an expenditure
of $100,145. Football is the largest
amount on the list, the figures for
the gridiron sport being $25,000.
Track calls for $14,275, and rowing
for $9,800.
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.

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