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March 10, 1917 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATI

The Cadet

What more do you want?
THAN LYNDON'S GUARANTEE
"Upon receipt of any roll of film we develop if you find a single defect we
will not charge you one cent fpr developing." And we still give you
PEACE TIME'S PRICES. Peace Time's Quality because we are still
using the same developing formula that we used before the war-we could
sell our metal for a fabulous price and "get along" the same as others do
but no! We must give you the best and that's what you get when you take
your films to LYNDON'S.
L Y N D 0 N ' S 719 N. UniversityAve

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he Cadet is a Walk-Over
c - a model with strik-
es that is as comfortable
as a "broad shape" on
most feet. The price of
leather continues to
advance rapidly - better
get fitted soon-our pre-
sent prices range from $6
to $7.

Text Books

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To Play Chess by
Wireless Tonight

Michigan to Combat
State University
Match

Against Ohio
in Board

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WIA'S GOING ON
Today
8 o'clock-First, sale of May Festival
ickets at Hill auditorium.
9 o'clock-Privilege slips for opera
ickets for Union members numbered
n Union lobby.
10 o'clock-French club play try-
uts in Cercle Francais room.
4 o'clock-Second set of bouts in
vrestling tournament at Waterman
.ymnasium.
7 o'clock-Meeting of Upper Room
3ible class at 444 South State street.
7:30 o'clock-Detroit Y. M. C. A.-
!L-fresh track meet in Waterman
ymnasium.
7:30 o'clock-Meeting of Chess and
;hecker club in room 173 natural
cience building.
8:30 o'clock-University dance in
arbour gymnasium.
Tomorrow
6:30 o'clock-Prof. F. C. Case speaks
o Students' society of Unitarian
hurch.
6:30 o'clock-Prof. John . R. Brumm
peaks at Lane hall.
7:30 o'clock-Dr. Hugh Black speaks
t Presbyterian church.
U-Notices
There will be a rehearsal of the
as.ts and choruses of acts X and 2 of
he Junior Girls' play at 9 o'clock this
corning.
ENERAL MOTORS CHEMIST
TO TALK ON RESEARCH WORK
Mr. K. W. Zimmerschied, '03E, of the
-eneral Motors company, will speak
ender the auspices of the Alchemists
ciety at 7:30 o'clock on Tuesday
ight in the chemical amphitheater.
[is subject will be "The Organization
f Research Work in a Large Corpor-
tion."
Mr. Zimmerschied was formerly a
rofessor of metallurgy in the chem-
:al department in the University and
now metallurgist and research di-
ector for his company. He has charge
f all the plants of the General Motors
ompany. The lecture 4vill be open to
11.
SECRET DIPLOMACY ONE OF
POTENT CAUSES OF WAR"
That secret diplomacy is one of the
ost potent causes of war, was the
eclaration of Prof. Robert T. Crane
f the political science department, in
lecture on "Diplomacy" before the
iscussion class of the Cosmopolitan
ub Thursday night.
Professor Crane explained the work-
igs of the diplomatic and consular
ervices in time of war and gave a
etailed explanation of the diplomatic
rocesses gone through to effect treat-
-s between nations.
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAMS
WILL DRILL FOR TWO PRIZES
Chicago, March 9.-Baseball clubs
of the American league, now receiv-
ing military instruction in their train-
ing camps, are to compete for drill-
ing honors, Capt. Franklin R. Kenney,
U. S. A., in command of recruiting in
the central department of the army,
has announced.
Captain Kenney said that the Ameri-
can league has offered $500 to the
best drilled team and $100 to the drill
sergeant who instructs the players.
The competition will be decided in
July.
The training plan has spread to
other leagues. The Milwaukee and
Indianapolis clubs are among the
American association teams that have
taken up the movement.
PROF. L. WALLACE OF PURDUE
GIVES FINAL LECTURE TODAY
"Powdered coal will be used as the
locomotive fuel in the future," said
Prof. L. W. Wallace of Purdue uni-
versity in his recent series of talks in
the engineering building on various
subjects pertaining to railroads and
their methods.
"There are several reasons for this,
the greatest being that many forms of
coal now entirely wasted can be used.
It will revolutionize the railroad in-
dustry."
Professor Wallace concludes his
series today with a talk upon the
efficiency methods of the present day
railroad companies. He will speak
especially upon the present condition
of traffic.
huntington Will Coach Colgate Team
Hamilton, N. Y., March 9.-E. C.
Huntington Jr., Colgate, '14, who in
the fall of 1913 was chosen all-Ameri-
can quarterback, has been named to
succeed Larry Bankhart as head coach
of the Colgate football team for next
year, it was announced here. W. T.
Englehorn, a Dartmouth graduate, who
in 1909 was selected by Walter Camp
for all-American tackle, will be line
coach.
Huntington has acted as assistant
coach under Bankhart for the last two
seasons. Englehorn coached the Case
school eleven last year.
Class Schedules Changed at Purdue
Lafayette, March 9 .-Class sched-
ules at Purdue have been changed to
benefit those who found it difficult to
take military training drill at the
hours at which it has been given in
the past. From now on the drilling
will go on from 11 to 12 o'clock each
morning.
Seats for Goethal's lecture on sale
at 10 A. 1. today at Wahr's.
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.

The old, time-honored method of us-
ing postal cards to indicate moves will
be thrown into the discard and chess
will be played in true twentieth cent-
ury style when the chess team of
Ohio State University will play by
wireless the team representing Mich-
igan tonight. Two boards will be
played, Russell W. Collins and Jacob
Bowers being the Ohio State end in
Columbus and W. T. Adams, '17, and
Samuel Cohn, '17E, being the men the
Chess and Checker club has chosen to
represent Michigan.
The Chess and Checker club will
meet tonight on the first floor of the
engineering building in the wireless
room to watch the progress of the
match. If the games are not finished
by 12 o'clock the match will then be
adjourned.
MR. S. K. RADCLIFFE TALKS
ON "BRITISH JOURNALISM"
A lecture on "British Journalism"
will be given by Mr. S. K. Radcliffe,
editor of the Manchester (England)
Guardian, at 11 o'clock Monday in
room 205 of the north wing of Uni-
versity hall. Although primarily for
students of journalism, this lecture is'
open to the public. Mr. Radcliffe's
talk will be in the nature of a com-
parison of British and American jour-
nalism.
Seats for Coeth al's lecture on sale
at 10 A. M. today at Wahr's.

POP. Mat. (1('K ( Week of
We.Best IG RflIu Ma.
Seats $1.50 Mr
DETROIT
AL JOLSON in
ROBINSON CRUSOE JR.
A R C A D E D
Shows at 3:ao; 6:30; 9:0e; 9:30
roc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 10-M.
Thurs.-8--Gladys Coburn in ."The
Primitive Call." Chap. 19 of Billie
Burke in "Gloria's Romance." ("ITer
Vow Fulfilled.') 15c.
Fri.-g--Mme. Petrova in "Bridges
Burned"; Herz Comedy. ("Winning
an Heiress.") 15c.
Sat.--o-Lillian Walker in "Indiscre-
tion"; also Cartoon. 15c.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:oo-3:3o; Evening, 6:45.
8;15. 9.30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Sat.-o, Clara Williams in "Three of
Many." Also Triangle Comedy. Eve-
ning 15c.
Sun Mon 11-12-Jack Pickford and
Louise Huff in "Great Efxpectations.
Dickens' Famous Novel. Also Holmes
Travels. Evening 15c.
S Iili Gish in "The House
l;.i'lt t'pon Sand." Also Triangle
Comcdv. Evening 1c.
What we
do to hats

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Second

Clara Kmball Young
in
"MARRIAGE A LA CARTE"

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With Cecil Su= mers
Plenty Pretty Girls

If, as the cynic says, "Marriage is
a Lottery". most of the players
draw prizes, sometimes a booby
prize.
Don't anticipate, but go and see it
for yourself at the RAE Tonight.

Admission moc

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We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats

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Musical Success!
MESSRS. SHU BERT present the
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By the Author of "The Merry Widow."

Youth, Beauty, Melody, Mirth, erriment, Romance,
Charm, Real Joy!

Direct from its sensationally, successful, history-making record
runs to crowded houses of delighted playgoers at Casino Theatre,
New York City (one solid year), and Chicago Theatre, Chicago, (six
merry, melodious months), with a notably brilliant cast, big beauty
chorus, special orchestra, elaborate scenic production, a wealth
of stunning costumes, and that famous, gloriously

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CUSTOM TAILOR

SPRING IS HERE!.

PRICES: $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, and 50c.
Seats ready at Box Office Monday

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