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similies ox Old Fashioned Missives
Will be Used in Production
I you ever wonder what kind of
awl a Greek youth sent home to
r when he needed ready cash?
vhat sort of thing was the love
r penned by the heart-smitten
n of Athens to the fair one of his
e? Something of the kind figures
ie coming performance of Eurip-
iom a modern point of view, the
r which will be seen on the stage
ill auditorium is a strange object.
igh closely resembling a school
of the old-fashioned sort, this
r is an exact fac-simile of one
: in the ruins of Pompeii. The
k letter tablets were almost sim-
or Lits to Give Smoker April 24
eeches akin to student life, en-
inment of a novel nature, and an
dance of smokes and cider ,will
ail at the senioir lit smoker to be
Tuesday night, April 24, at the
n. The social committee is plan-
to arrange for a dance the week
wing the smoker. Details will
d Movies and Stave Off Fever
wrence, Kans., March 20.-Dr.
Sundwall, university physician,
.ssued a number of precautionary
uctions to students to combat the
itened epidemic of scarlet fever.
urges the students to stay away
the movies and to sleep in well
y a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.
PROF. W. A. 11PLAUGHLIN SPEAKS
ON LIFE OF FRENCH SOLDIER
Brotherly Feeling Between Private
and Officer Emphasized
The brotherly feeling existing be-
tween the private and the officer was
emphasized in the lecture given by
Prof. William A. McLaughlin on "The
French Soldier" before the Cercle
Francais at 5 o'clock yesterday after-
noon in Tappan hall.
Professor McLaughlin told of the
wonderful spirit shown by the women.
Death is nothing to them if only
He also described the life in the
trenches by reading actual letters
written by men now engaged in the
Women's Peace Party Elect Officers
At the regular Monday meeting of
the University of Michigan branch of
the Women's Peace party at Newberry
hall, the following officers were elect-
ed: President, Ardelle Perkins, '17;
vice-president, Ruth Huston, '18;
treasurer and secretary, Mary Bavly,
A committee was appointed to se-
cure reference material on the sub-
ject of war and peace and on current
topics. Debates and informal discus-
sions in which all the members are
urged to take part were scheduled for
Honor System Dead at Kansas
Lawrence, Kans., March 20.-The
honor system at the University of
Kansas is dead. This fact. became
known when the disciplinary commit-
tee of the student senate sent all pro-
fessors and instructors a resolution
requesting them to supervise all ex-
aminations in the future.
Sunk by Germans
Danton Class Battleship Capsizes 45
Minutes After Being Hit
Berlin, March 20.-A large French
battleship of the Danton class was
sunk by a German submarine in the
Mediterranean yesterday, it was offi-
cially announced today. "A German
submarine commanded by Lieutenant-
Captain Moraht on March 19 in the
western Mediterranean sunk a large
French battleship of the Danton class
protected by destroyers," the state-
"The ship was running a zigzag
course immediately after being hit,
but listed heavily and capsized 45 min-
utes later. There are six battleships
of the Danton class. They displace
18,028 tons, are 475 feet long, and
have 84-foot beams. They carry four
12-inch guns and 12 nine and 1-4 inch
guns, two torpedo tubes, and smaller
rifles. The vessels were all built in
1907 or 1908."
Masque to Give Play Thursday at "Y"
Masque will give a play, "A String
of Pearls," Thursday night at 7:30
o'clock at the city Y. W. C. A. for the
benefit of the Women's social club.
The cast consists of Helen Richey,
'17; Lavinia MacBride, '18; Pearl
Smith, '17; Helen Davis, '19; Eva
Sharrow, '17, and Julia Van Leevwen,
Prof. A. R. Bailey Leaves for New York
Prof. Albert R. Bailey of the civil
engineering department has left the
city to start. valuation work for the
New York Central railroad,
T T E T I * S
AT THE THEATERS
arcade-lme. Petrova in "The
Black Butterfly.". Also Chris-
* tie Comedy.
GIRLS APPLAUD WHEN BILL
PASSES PROVIDING FOR UNION
Columbus, O., March 20.-Applauded
by galleries filled with Ohio State
girls, the Ohio legislature, with but
one dissenting vote, Saturday night
passed the bill appropriating $150,000
for the erection of a women's union
at Ohio State.
Representative Hunter, who intro-
duced the bill, stated that many Ohio
girls go to eastern schools because
of lack of the conveniences which the
new union will make possible.
Al Jolson's April Columbia Record,
"Every Little While," No. 2181, is now
on sale. Allmendinger's Music Shop,
122 E. Liberty St.-Adv. 21
Orplieiim-Frederick Warde in
"King Lear." Also -lathe
Rae- Charlie Chaplin in "Be-
hind the Screen." Also Vales-
ka Surratt in "The Straight
GORNETZKY'S LATEST EFFORT
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The Opera Score
You can get all the music of the Union Opera,
"The Fools' Paradise" at
122 E. LIBERTY ST.
Navy Urges Chem. Students to Enlist
Madison, Wis., March 20.-The
pharmacy department has received a
number of posters from the navy de-
partment urging pharmacy and chem-
istry students to enlist in the United
States navy. Students who enlist will
be placed in the battleship drug stores.
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57 - Dry Goods, Furniture, and Women's Fashions - 1917
Second Day gf the Formal
ST HEY'RE off! Admiration and excitement
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I ~ We're in the race, too, with spirited styles that will
win you as soon as you try on one of these Society
The authorized Society Brand dealer in your city
has the season's new models now. Go see them.
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The Exhibition is of the utmost importance to women who
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