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UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS
TO TALK AT INSTITUTE
SERIES OF LECTURES BY PROF. R.
V. MAGOFFIN WILL BE
GIVEN

CULTIVATING THE CLOTHES SENSE-
No way to do it but to see as many clothes as pos-
sible that are excellently made-of well-combined
colors-and of graceful lines.
Coming to the Hutzel Shop often will show you
what to wear and how to wear it.
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You'll always be glad you bought Sterling
A very convenient way to get a complete set of sterling
silverwa-e is to buy it in small lots.
For instance yo ucould buy one-half doz. spoons today
and at a later date you can buy the knives and forks to match
and so on, until the first thing you know, you have a complete
set.. We sell the famous Gorham Silverware.

A series of lectures by Prof. Ralph
V. D. Magoffin of Johns Hopkins uni-
versity and Prof. Francis W. Kelsey
of the Latin department will com-
prise the major part of the program
at the classical teachers' institute-
conference to be held in Ann Arbor,
March 27, 28, and 29.
Professor Magoffin will take, for his
subject "The. Aspects of Roman
Life," and Professor Kelsey will talk
on "Side Lights on the Study of Vir-1
gil." These lectures will be illus-
trated with stereoptican views.
Prof. B. L. D'Ooge of the Michigan
State Normal school will conduct a
discussion on the subject "Present
Problem of the Latin Teachers in
Michigan High Schools," at the round
table to be held at 2 o'clock on Tues-
day afternoon, March 27.
Prof. Campbell Bonner and Mr.
Frank E. Robbins of the .Greek de-
partmel4 of the University will give
lectures on the various phases of the
play "Iphigenia Among the Taurians"
which the Michigan Classical club will
present on March 29.
All meetings of the institute will be
held in Alumni Memorial hall.

Dr. May Compiles
Freshmen 's Jenu
Plain Wholesome Food and no Night
Lunches is Advice of Gym-
nasium Instructor
No matter whether your income is
of the porterhouse steak or the ham-
burger sandwich variety, here is what
you should eat while going to school.
Dr. G. A. May, director of the gymnas-
ium, is responsible for the menu, hav-
ing compiled it for the benefit of the
freshmen takinggymnasium work.
Breakfast, cereal with milk, eggs
poached of soft boiled, fried only when
they are unfit to'cook any other way.
Lunch, a little cold meat, little else.
Dinner, as the big meal of the day,
should consist of a soup, meat and
vegetable, with a little dessert.
Drinking of liquids during meals is
tabooed, and only enough to aid in
swallowing the food should be taken.
Nothing should be eaten between
meals. Going to bed with hamburgers
or similar food in the stomach is a
crime against good health.

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A public recital will be given at
4:15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
the School of Music by students of the
piano, violin, and voice departments.
The program is as follows:
Miniatures ........ .... Reinhold
Intermezzo; Melancholia; Hungarian.
Margaret Strauss
Sonata for Violin and Piano, Op. 13
(first movement)...........Grieg
Myrtle Renau and Dorothy Wines
Polonaise, C sharp minor.....Chopin
Dorothy Reese
Romance, Op. 26.........Svendsen
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SOUVENIR FLOWER PLANTS TO
BE GIVEN OUT AT FESTIVAL
At the natural science exhibit dafr-1
ing May Festival week, the University
botanical gardens will have several
hundred ' flower plants that will be
given out as souvenirs to visitors.
Experiments carried on with these
flowers in the botanical gardens show
that they will grow luxuriantly in the
Michigan climate and are of the
species that will bloom early and long
with little difficulty.
At present there are in bloom at
the botanical gardens several species
of the orchid, a very difficult and rare

flower to obtain. The botanists at t
gardens have succeeded in 'getting
number of orchids to bloom for tl
fifth and sixth time this year.

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At Parting.............James Rogers
A Wild Bird............ ...Cook
Florence Paddack
Prelude and Fugue............ Bach
Florence Walker
Son of the Paszta.......Keler-Bell
Clarence H. Post

The Ann Arbor Civic assoelation
has been granted permission to hold
its municipal exihibit in the council
chambers from March 26 to March 31.
City carpenters were at work yester-
day installing booths.
The King's Daughters of Ann Ar-
bor have been given $200 by the city
to carry on their work in Ann Arbor.
The city clerk has received a com-
munication from the city clerk of De-
troit asking that Ann Arbor city coun-
cil help in the campaign to abolish
the state tax commission and to re-
ctore to municipalities the exercise of
home rule through instrumentality of
the city assessing boards. The com-
munication was sent to all the cities
of the state of Michigan with a popu-
lation of 15,000 or more.
Former City Clerk Ross Granger
has been appointed deputy city clerk
by the city council until City Clerk
Isaac Reynolds is able to resume his
work at the city hall.
The board of park commissioners
will erect a new wooden bridge at
Island park.,
Two Indian motorcycles were re-
ceived yesterday by the police officials
for the use of the city and county in
arresting speeders. The machines are
capable of going more than 75 miles
per hour.
4ay Force College President to Resign
New London, Conn., March 20.-
Because Dr. Frederick H. Sykes, presi-
dent of the Conneticut College for
Women made a prohibition speech be-
fore the Conneticut house of repre-
sentatives in which he brought in the
name of Morton Plant, founder of the
college, the resignation of the presi-
dent and the entire faculty is threat-
ened.
Prof. Wenley to Lecture Thursday
Prof. Robert M. Wenley of the phi-
losophy department, will deliver the
fourth of his series of lectures on "A
Layman's Problems," at 4:30 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in St. Andrew's
Episcopal church, discussing the sub-
ject "Origins and Validity."

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'(nvert Yale Bowl Into Armed Camp
New Haven, Conn., March 20.-The
Vale bowl, the scene of Harvard's de-
feat last year, is to be converted into
an armed camp as a part of the pre-
paredness program of that university.
An armory is nearing completion on
Yale field and a census of the student
body as to military fitness and quali-
feations has been taken.

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W. C. A. PRESIDENT NAMES
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Helen M. Bourke, '18, president of
the University Y. W. C. A., announces
the following committee chairmen for
the 1917-18 cabinet: Social service,
Alice Wieber, grad.; religious educa-
tion, Hezel Hoffman, '19; social, Mar-
garet Atkinson, '19; vespers, Mar-
guerite Chapin, '20; music, Florence
Walker, School of Music; house, Hazel
Beckwith, '19; conferences and con-
ventions, Clarissa Vyn, '18; member-
ship, Helen Brown, '18; publicity,
Olive Wiggins, '19; intercollegiate,
Mildred Migell, '18, and church rep-
resentative, Margaret Hurst, '19.
The new cabinet and officers enter
upon their duties this afternoon, when
they meet for the first time.

W NTSPATRITI MEETING
WRITER SUGGESTS HOLDING OF
GATHERING WITH SPEAKERS
TO AROUSE "PEP."
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Your paper has at all times lent its
support to football "pep-meetings,"
track "pep-meetings" and to the up-
holding of Michigan's traditions. And
of late you have published some ex-
cellent editorials upon preparedness
and, military training. Do you not
think that it would be an excellent
thing to call a "pep-neeting" for our
own United States of America?
To my mind nothing would be more
indicative of true patriotism than such
a meeting. Almost every one knows
our country is in the most critical
situation of its whole history and we
need such a meeting to bring home
this situation to the student body.
It is simply a question of time until
such meetings will be held in other
unversities and for Michigan to take
the lead in them would make every
alumnus and every student proud of
his chosen school, proud of the fact
that Michigan, in keeping her own
traditions, had not forgotten a higher
duty, that of keeping clean the honor
of our country.
Get some good speakers there and
give us some serious as well as patri-
otic thought, for a meeting such tas
this would demand the presentation of
many serious things to the students.
Finally, have the band there, that
organization which should make the
pulse of every Michigan man beat just
a trifle faster.
I hope I have not suggested a thing
too improbable, nor anything which
might smack of the "war-spirit." I
have simply tried to get Michigan stu-
dents to give an expression of patri-
otic fidelity to their country.
KENNETH P. JONES.

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ILL HEALTH CAUSES SOCIAL
SERVICE WORKER TO RESIG
Miss Elizabeth Harcourt, soc
service worker at the University ho
pital, has been forced to resign 1
position because of ill health. M:
Harcourt succeeded Miss Sarah Bi
rowes, who resigned last June to
to France and do hospital work the
As yet there has been no one a
pointed to fill Miss Harcourt's pla
New Latin-Aierican Club to Me
The firstmeeting of El Circulo E
panol Cervantes, the new Latin-Am
ican club, will be held at 5 o'clc
Thursday afternoon in room 101, sou
wing, University hall. Officers and
rectors for the organization will
elected. All Spanish students are el
ible to membership.
For live, progressive, up-to-date a
vertising use The Michigan Daily.

WANTED
WANTED - A lady with a suitable
house near the campus to board a
club of about 20 University men
for the college year beginning Sept.
1917. 21-2-3
WANTED - Two tickets, for any
Opera performance, anywhere back
of the 12th row down stairs, or to-
ward the front upstairs. Phone
1828-J. 21
WANTED-Student dishwasher- pre-
ferably no eight or one o'clock
classes. Call Emerick, 1551. 21-2

MISCELLANEOUS

BUSINESS OPORTUNITY-Sell San-
itary Brushes. See Mr.,Hollister
representing The Detroit Sanitary
I,-,uii Co. at the Allenel hotel Wed-
nesday and Thursday, March 21 and
22 from 2:00-to 8:00 P. M. You
can't afford to over look this. 18-29
LOST
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bar pin. Please call 670-J. 20-21
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