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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

A

New

Spring

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Chilean Lecturer
Praises University

Dr. Alvarez Believes Michigan
rects Lack of American-
ism

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AConnor's Fountain is always year by

"Your wonderful University stands
among the greatest, if indeed it is not
the greatest, in the United States, and
I look for it to take a leading part
in a duty which confronts all Ameri-
can universities, that of correcting the
so-called lack of Americanism." This
sentiment was expressed by Dr. Ale-
jabro Alvarez, distinguished Chilean
author and lecturer on international
law, upon his departure yesterday
afternoon. He also stated that he
was in accord with the spirit of the
American university, believing it, on
the whole, to be beneficial and not
detrimental to good scholarship.
When questioned as to his impres-
sion of the Michigan Union opera he
smiled broadly, exclaiming, "Fine,
great, wonderful. It gave me great
pleasure and enjoyment."
Dr. Alvarez his lectured at 13 of
the leading universities during his
stay in this country and goes next to
Cornell for a series of addresses at
that place.
ussia Still In
State of Turmoil
Agitation Against Continuance of War
Growing; Army Discipline
Relaxes
By John Grandens
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Berlin, March 22.-Russia is in con-
fusion. Anarchistic agitation against
continuance of the war is growing.
The workingmen have refused to re-
spond to appeals that they resume
work. This information reached here
today by the way of Stockholm.
It indicated the provisional govern-
ment is far from being in control of
the situation; that discipline in the
army has relaxed, and that various
factional differences now smouldering
may again break out. According to
the Stockholm information, the streets
of Petrograd are filled with speakers
spreading socialistic propaganda, and
working against the present provis-
ional government.
Travelers arriving in Stockholm de-
clared that 4,000 persons have been
killed in rioting in Petrograd, and
7,000 wounded. The fact that the al-
lied governments have so far with-
held recognition from the new Rus-
sian government may be further indi-
cations that conditions in Russia are1
still very serious.
Daniel Boone's Letter on Exhibition
Madison, Wis., March 22.-A letter
written by Daniel Boone to his sister
on Oct. 10, 1816, is on exhibition in{
the state historical museum here. The
powder horn and bake kettle which
he used on many of his trips are alsoE
in the collection.s

Pop. Mat. Wed lfl p Wk. Mar. i9
BsSet$i + t ~Nights
Sat. Mat. 25-1.50K 25 to $2.00
st' Sea so 2 nsi
DETROIT
TAYLOR HOLMES in
BUNKER BEAN
ARCADEh
Shows at 3:00; 6: A:o e; v
. Pb~ W t aq6-144.
Thurs.-22-Valeska 'Suratt in "TheI
New York Peacock"; and Comedy.
Fri.-23---Frances Nelson in "One of
Many"e; and Drew Comedy. ("Re-
liableIensy.")
Sat.-24-E. H. Sothern in "The Man
of Mystery"; Mrs. Vernon Castle in
"Patria." 8 Parts. 1sc.
Mon.--26-Emmy Wehlen in "Van-
ity" (Ret.) ; Christie Comedy, ("As
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3 :0: Evening, 6:45.
8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Fri--23-Irene lenwick and Owen
Moore in "A Girl Like That." Also
Bray Cartoons.
Sat.-24-Charles Ray and Dorothy
Dalton in "The Weaker Sex."Also
Triangle Comedy. Evening isc.
Sun.-Mon.-25-26-Marie Doro in "Lost
and Won." Also Holmes Travels.

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$1.25

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to $3.75

RAE THEATRE
TO-DAY
Mary Pickford
IN
"Mistress Nell"
Admission 10c
TOMORROW
Clara Kimball Young
SUPPER HOUR SHOW DAILY

PROMPT SERVICE
SHEEHAN & co.

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Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.
Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.

Now Playing
Bison City
Four
And 4 Other Acts
After
You Have Done
Your Shopping
EARLY-
A DOLLAR SHOW
FOR
700 Seats 10c Reserved 15c
TODAY--3 P M.
GIRLS TO HAVE'COME-BACK ON
CO-EDUCATION PROBLEM IN PLAY

PROMPT SERVICE, FULL SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS

CONSTITUTION
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MOVE

It is on this basis that we do business.
ARCADE JEWELER
CARL F. BAY

Nickels Arcade

Phone 152-W

H AI'S GOING__ON

Today
o'clock-Interscholastic
Waterman gymnasium.

basketballI

4 o'clock-Women's league semester
irty in Barbour gymnasium.
7 o'clock-Interscholastic basketball
Waterman gymnasium.
7:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu meeting in
niversity hall.
7:30 o'clock-Kalamazoo Normal
rdents meet in Newberry hall.
8 o'clock-Ferris institute students
anquet at city Y. M. C. A.
8:15 o'clock-"Fools' Paradise" at
hitney .theater.
9 o'clock-Round-Up club member-
ip dance at Packard academy.
9:30 o'clock-Naval reserves' ball at
e Armory.

Cornell gets Cerman Radlogranms
Ithaca, N. Y., March 22.-Wireless
messages from Germany are being re-
ceived daily by the Cornell wireless
station.
Despatches between German com-
mercial posts and those transmitted
to Sayville, L. I., are the bulk of the
ones received. The station can also
send radiograms a distance of 300
miles.
Kansas Students Are Ready to Help
Lawrence, Kansas, March 22.-Kan-
sas students are prepared to help the
country in whatever way possible, an-
nounces Chancellor Strong of the
University of Kansas. The different
departments are ready to take part
in the production of whatever their
special training has made them ready
or. -

ONE OF DUMA LEADERS FAVORS
EXTENSION OF SUFFRAGE
TO WOMEN
Petrograd, March 22.-Free Russia
is democratizing every possible fea-
ture of her governmental machine.
Announcement from duma leaders to-
day indicated that the constituent as-
sembly which will decide the exact
form of the future government will
be held as soon as possible.
In the meantime at least one of the
duma leaders favors the extension of
suffrage to women, and granting them
a voice in this choice of the form of
government. In session today the
ministers decided to grant free rail-
way passes to pardoned' prisoners, in-
cluding the vast number of political
prisoners exiled to Siberia by the old
government.
Foreign minister Milukoff was also
authorized to grant subsidies to emi-
grants in other nations who might de-
sire to return to Russia under the
democracy.
Have your shoes full-soled in leath-
er or Neolin. We specialize in this
work. O. G. Andres. 220 So. State. 13-6

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Berkeley Freshmen with Baby Disease
Berkeley, Cal., March 22.-Measles
and freshmen are almost inseparable
at the University of California, ac-
cording to the Daily Californian, and
the statement by physicians that meas-
les is a baby disease seems to be con-
firmed by the present epidemic among
the class of 1920. Practically all of the
cases now in the university infirmary
are those of freshmen who have evi-
dently not outgrovntheir infancy.
Even students who attended the
"baby ball" held recently, immediately
developed the sickness. Several per-
sons enjoying the dancing were sud-
denly forced to leave and a few had
to go to the infirmary at once. Upper-
classmen are not being bothered by
the epidemic.
Summer Students May Watch Stars-
Students of the 1917 summer session
will again have a chance to watch the
action of the planets on three different
nights during the season through the
powerful. telescope in the University
observatory. These night have always
proved popular with the students and
nights during the season through the
sessions.
Senior Engineers Must Pay Dues
Treasurer J. R. Pollock of the senior.
engineering class will be in the cor-
ridor of the engineering building op-
posite the Engineering society :rooms
this morning to collect class dues.
All of those who wish their names to
appear on the class roll in the invi-
tations must pay their dues at this
time or see Pollock.

Michigan women have a come-back
on the co-educational question.
How strong it will be, or how con-
clusive, will be demonstrated at 8
o'clock next Tuesday night at the
Junior Girls' play.
The senior women have been chosen
as judges, but their decision may be
contested on the grounds of a 6
o'clock supper bribe which is known
to have been tendered to them.
Great secrecy still surrounds all
proceedings of the defense. The name
and plot of their production remains
unannounced but there are rumors
that their arguments both musically
and verbally will make the opera men
envious.
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place,
611 E. William St. Stf
Estimates gladly given, on any kind
of painting, tinting, papering, etc. C.
H. Major & Co. F-eod
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.
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Junior Girls' Production Still
tery as Regards Plot
and Name

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Tomorrow May Expel Girls for Not Rising
9 o'clock-Interscholastic basket- New York, March 22.-Because they
al in Waterman gymnasium. refused to rise during the singing of
1:30 o'clock-Interscholastic basket- "The Star Spangled Banner" three
all in Waterman gymnasium. girls of Hunter college are in danger
2:15 o'clock-"Fools' Paradise" at of expulsion and the college is in a
hitney theater. turmoil.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class The girls are said to defend their
eets. action on the ground that they dis-
8:15 o'clock-"Fools' Paradise" at like any flag and any government.
Thitney theater.
U-Notices "FGOLS' PARA 1)lISE" RE PEATS
Fresh lits pay dues from 2 to 4 SUCCESS TO LARGER THRONG
,clock today in University hall. -- _
Patients are forbidden to leave the (Continued from Page One.)
>spital grounds without permission. husky "broilers," the cast and the
he out patient department will be audience all went together to make up
ared for at the Administration build- a representation of one of the most
Lg. ieoriginal and pleasing operas that has
riever been produced by a group of
patronize Daily Advertisers.I Michigan students.
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10th Anniversary and Spring Opening
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT US DURING OUR SPRING OPENING
AND ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

Saturday, March 24th

There's nothing fussy or frilly about the affair. Just drop in, find out what
well dressed men are going to wear this Spring. We've arranged displays that
tell a lot in a moment,,and you can slip on a few coats to see which of the new
styles suit you best.
Most of you men seem to think you'll bother someone when you aren't ready
to buy-that's the "why" of this event-to emphasize how welcome you are to look
things over any time you wish to introduce the new style notions.
Buy or don't buy-suit yourself. We aren't going to urge you to spend your
money-but you owe it to yourself to come in and find out what's what, and we'll
be mighty glad to see you.

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D. E. GRENNAN
CUSTOM TAILOR

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Fred W. Gross

SPRING IS HERE!

309 SOUTH MAIN STREET

606 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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