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February 25, 1917 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-02-25

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Ruthless-Ruthless- Ruthless

That is the word that describes Lyndon's Kodak Sale.
A New Bargain every day. Look them over.

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"I may be crazy, but I am going to sell these 50 shop worn Kodaks."
L Y N D 0 N S 719 N. University Ave

Text Books

for the

are now ready.

A selection

made now will be reserved.

SCHERMERHORIN To TALK
IN METHODIST CHURCH!

J. K. Malcolm

Liberty

Malcolm Building

FR A'TERNITI ES

ave unsurpassed accemodations for group photographs

MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway New York, N.Y

TIMES EDITOR DELIVERS GUILD
LECTURE TONIGHT IN
FIRST M. E. CHURCH,
James Schermerhorn, president and'
general manager of the Detroit Times,
will deliver the second address of thez
semester in the Wesleyan Guild lec-
ture series at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
the First Methodist church.
Mr. Schermerhorn is known to Ann
Arbor audiences and in his lecture to-
night he promises an interesting;
analysis of human life and the prob-
lems confronting the young people of
today. A special invitation is extended
by the guild to the delegates of the
student volunteer conference.
Special music will be given under
the supervision of Miss Ada Grace
Johnson of the School of Music.
BRITISH TROOPS GAIN ON
FRONT AROUND 311RAIJIONT
London, Feb. 24. - "Considerable
progress" on a front of a mile aad a
half was reported tonight by Field
Marshall Sir Douglass, Haig as having
been achieved by British forces south
and southeast of Miraumont.

ARCADE
Oes Othe ise , Specifted
Sa-24-Alhce Joyce in "Whom the
Gods Destroy"; Charlie Chaplin in
"The Rink" (Ret.) ryc.
ton.-26-Francis Bushman and Bev-
erly Bayne in "The Diplomatic Serv-
ice" (Ret.) Christie Comiedy.
T1Ues.-27-Emily Stevens in "The
Wager" (Ret.) Christie Comedy.
Wed.-28- Mari Dresser in "Tilli
Wakes lip." Comedy.

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Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, :oo-t:o30; Evening, 6:45,
8:1s, 9:30.
Saturdays-holidays continuous.
Sat.-2 E- l~es'ic Barriscale in "Bawhs o'
Blue Ridge. Also Triangle Comedy.
Sir' M ' '6-Marguerite Clark in
"Snow Whil'te." 6-Reel Special.
Evrtng i c. Atend mati nees.
Tues Douglas F airbanks in "The
Matrimnn-'v Also Triangle Comn-
edy V Iln,15c.Attend matinees.
We. I 'I Iihy MII IC O)sborneC in "Joy
CandI the lnrgoli "Also Pathe News.

SHEEHAN

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Perfect Portraitures

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"A mateur Work Handled in a Pro-
feiuional Way.

POP. MAT.
WED., BEST
SEATS $i.so.

G E TARRICK
DETROIT

WEEK FEB. 26,
NIGHTS and
SAT.

619 E. Liberty St.

PU ONUZ$48-W

ON

LOW BONNET TAXI CO.

PHONE 2255

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

New York Winter Garden's Biggest,
Brightest, Best Bauble

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GOING ONI

Today
ock-Student volunteer confer-
;sslon in Lane hall.
o'clock-Dr. J. K. Birge speaks
Congregational church.
ock-M. J. A. Picard speaks in
hall on "The Religious Spirit
ce Today."
o'clock-Rev. Frank Ohlinger
the Students' society of the
in church.'
'clock-Student volunteer con-'
in Methodist church.
'clock-Mr. N. C. Fetter speaks
r and the Kingdom" in Lane
o'clock-James Schermerhorn
in Methodist church.
Tomorrow
.ock-Senior architects' meet-
oom 312 engineering building.
ock-Senior society .meets at
e of Genevieve O'Leary, 1011
eet.
>ck-Fresh lit basketball prac-
Waterman gymnasium.
U-Notices
uts for Band Bounce acts will
from 3 to 5 o'clock tomorrow
328 new science building.

'SUNDAY, SERICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURHCHS
Unitarian Church
Sermon at 8:30 o'clock by Rev. R. S.
Loring on "Can We Believe in God?"
Presbyterian Church
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock
with sermon by Dr. Clarence Ussher,
medical' missionary. Tappan address1
at 7:30 o'clock -by Dr. George Innes,
foreign secretary of the United Pres-
byterian board.
Church oif Christ (Disciples).
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock.
The pulpit will be occupied by Rev.
Dr. Innes, secretary of United Pres-
byterian board of missions.
First Congregational Church
Dr. J. K. Birge, president of the
Christian college at Amyrna, will
preach at 10:30 o'clock. Plymouth
Round-table at 6:45 o'clock.
Church of Christ (Scientist).
Sunday service, 10:30 o'clock. Sub-
ject, "Mind."
Bethel A. M. E. Church
Sermon at 10:30 o'clock, subject,
"The Christian's Nourishment."
St. Andrew's Church
Morning prayer and sermon by Rev.
E. T. Chauncey, rector of Trinity
church, Columbus, O.
First Methodist Churfeb
James Schermerhorn of the Detroit
Times gives the Wesleyan Guild lec-
ture in evening.
Zion Lutheran Church
English service at 8:30 o'clock.
German Methodist Church
Preaching services 10:30 o'clock by
the pastor.
First Baptist Church
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock,
sermon by Mrs. W. A. Montgomery on
"Of One Blood."
St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church
Communion service, 10 o'clock. Eng-
lish service, -7:30 o'clock in evening.
Episcopal Church
Three regular services at 10:30,
4:30, and 7:30 o'clock.
French Youths Urged to Work Farms
Paris, Feb. 24.-All the school boys
in France have been asked by the gov-
ernment to cultivate vacant land and
raise vegetables. Premier Viviani and
Minister of Commerce and Agriculture
Clementel joined in the appeal.

Freshman Lits Hold Dance Saturday
The freshman- lits will hold an in-
formal dance in Barbour gymnasium
Saturday afternoon, the first part of
which will be for freshmen only and
the second part open to all. Mem-
bers of the freshman literary class
who have paid their class dues will
be admitted free and the treasurer has
arranged to be in the general library
corridor during the following periods
to collect dues from those who wish
to avail themselves of the opportunity:
3 to 4 o'clock Monday, 10 to 11 o'clock
Tuesday, 11 to 12 o'clock Wednesday,
4 to 5 o'clock Thursday, 1 to 2 o'clock
Friday. Dues will not be accepted n
Saturday.

Al Jolson

Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, '170-M.
a.
ANNOUNCE CAST OF "F00LS'
PARADISE" 1917 UNION OPERA
(Continued from Page One.)
) ('. A. Zanelli, '17E. He also makes
up as a woman.
H. W. Goldstick, '17D, and L. B.
Emerman, '18L, who will play the
parts of Sherman and Mandy, two
negro characters, will be remembered
as the two stars of the Union minstrel
show given recently. These men will
give a clever miniature minstrel show
in one of the acts.

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Robinson Crusoe Jr.
a Syncopated, Sideral, Senic Spectacle with the original
Broadway production and cast of 208 favorites, including
the far-famed Winter Garden Beauty Brigade.
Dozens of Dainty, Darling Dimpled Divinities!
Deliriously Delightful Dresden Dolls
Glittering Galaxies of Glorious, Gladsome Girlies!

ital Notes

tin L. Powers, '19P, 1005 Lincoln
:, and Philipe E. Alden, '18, 428
lton place, were confined in spe-
ipartments yesterday morning at
rniversity health service.
e Homoeopathic hospital cele-
dI a banner day Friday when 139
its were enrolled. All the wards
verflowing and no new cases can
mitted until the congestion is re-
l by the releasal of some of the
its.
A. Stoddard, Saline, who was se-
ly injured by an interurban
it car shortly before 4 o'clock
rday afternoon, on Packard street
en Monroe and State, died at the
tal shortly after being removed.
REGATIONAL WOMEN GIVE
EESTRICK SKULE" TUESDAY,
modern inconveniences associ-
with the present day school are
shed in "The Deestrick Skule'
i will be presented under the au-
s of group two of the Women's
;y of the First Congregational
h at 7:30 o'clock next Tuesday
ig in the high school auditorium.
ted ages, sizes, and degrees of
ng comprise the school.

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

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