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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Your Floral Needs==
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PhONE 115
Cut Flowers Flowering Plants
FLOWERS FOR DECORATION
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1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.

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who said to his secretary, when the secretary was late to go to an ap-
pointment. "Either you must get a new watch or I a new secretary."
Now we do not know whether the secretary got the new watch or not,
but we do know that if he did he did not get anything as-artistic or as
dependable as the watches as can be had by people of today, even if he
paid four times as much for it. Modern science has done wonders in
the manufacture of fine watches, as well as other things and with the
aid of delicate machinery finer watches can be made at a rate and at
a price undreamed by our grandfathers.
Our stock of reliable watches consist of those thin model watches
for the boys and the ever popular bracelet watches for the young
ladies.. We are prepared to serve our customers who have promised
a watch for a graduation present. We also have heavier watches for
those who want watches for rough use.
You will find our prices on fine watches very reasonable, and we
shall be glad to show you the beautiful designs at your convenience.

Haller & Fuller
State Street Jewelers

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ANNOUNCES CAST FOR
GREEK PLAY5 "IPHISENIA"1
MANY HAVE ACTED IN "MAGIC
CARPET," "PILLARS OF SO-
CIETY," "MENAECHMI"
Dramatic talent is by no means
lacking in the dramatis personae of
"Iphigenia," which will be presented
Thursday night in Hill auditorium.
Practically all the members of the
cast have had previous experience in
campus productions.
Charlotte Kelsey, '18, who plays the
title role, will be remembered by her
acting in the Chinese scene of "The
Magic Carpet." Clarence Hunter, '17,
has proved himself a capable actorby
his work in the "Menaechmi," "The
Magic Carpet," ''Pillars of Society,
and the Shakespearean pageant. Ralph
Carson, '17, the winner of the North-
.ern oratorical contest, also appeared
in the "Menachmi." George Wilner,
'17, of the "Menaechmi," "The Magic
Carpet," "Pillars of Society," "The
Servant in the House," and Shake-
spearean pageant, will be present in
the person of Thoas, the barbarian
king. Lewis Waldo, '17, who played
in the "Menaechmi," will be seen here
as the messenger.
The entire company follows:
Iphigenia, Charlotte Kelsey, '18;
Orestes, Clarence Hunter, '17; Py-
lades, Ralph Carson, '17; Herdsman,
James C. Brown, '18; Thoas, George
Wilner, '17; messenger, Lewis Waldo,
'1,7; Pallas Athena, Emily Loman, '19,
and leader of the chorus, May Sand-
ers, '18.
Chorus
The chorus will be made up of
Mary Louise Alexander, '18, Laura
Cannon, '18, Sarah Caughey, '19,
Phyllis Egglestone, '19, Laura Fine-
gan, '17, Clara Hagerman, '19, Ruth
Kelsey, '18, Lavinia MacBride, '17,
Vera Marsh, '17, Ruth Merriman, '17,
Faith Palmerlee, '20, Antoynetta Poel,
'19, Mary Rosevelt, '17, Irene Russell,
'17, Mary C. Thomson, '19, and Con-
stance Winchell, '18.
Attendants of Iphigenia
The attendants of Iphigenia will be:
Lavanche Rieger, '18, and Margaret
Walsh, '19.
Taurian Soldiers -
Ernest Baxter, '18, Harold Britton,
'19, Victor Brock, '19, Edward Buck-
ner, '19, John Chase, '19, Markus Ehl-
bert, '20, Charles McAlpine, '20,
George Melitz, '19, Robert Monroe, '18,
Harry Welford, '18, Frederick Wynn,
'20, will be Taurian soldiers.
RECORDS OF FRESHMEN WORK
TO BE SENT OUT THIS WEEK
But 52 Per Cent of Class Get Satis-
factory Marks First
Semester
A complete record of first semester
work of every freshman who entered
the College of Literature, Science and
the Arts last fall is being sent out
this week to the principal of the high
school from which the freshman grad-'
uated before entering the University.
Records are being sent only to those
high schools on the accredited list of
the University.
The statistics compiled by Regis-
trar Hall show that but 52 per cent of
the freshmen made satisfactory rec-
ords last semester, despite the fact
that these freshmen were officially rec-
ommended to the University by their
high schools. Last year the per cent
of freshmen making satisfactory rec-J
ords was 55 per cent.I

TEACHRS' BILL AUSE
OF QUARRLIN LANSING
M'ARTHUR MEASURE FINALLY
GETS VOTE OF FAVOR
BY 61 TO 26
Lansing, Mich., March 24.-After a
bitter fight in which charges were
made that teachers in certain cities
had been coerced into signing peti-
tions against the passage of the Mc-
Arthur bill removing the compulsory
contribution clause from the teachers'
pension bill, and accusations made
that other teachers :had been intimi-
dated against writing letters in favor
of the bill, the house, by a vote of 61
to 26, concurred in the committee re-
port that the bill be passed. It was
placed on the order of third reading.
For the first time in the history of
the Michigan legislature, so it is
claimed by veteran legislative observ-
ers, the house passed a bill by a vote
of 100 to 0. It was the first time this
year that everymember of the house
has answered to the roll call, and
when this fact became known it was
decided to pass the omnibus bill. The
bill carries an appropriation of $2,-
898,305 to pay the running expenses
of the state and never encounters any
opposition.
Tax Commission Stands
The attempt of aggrieved portions
of the state to abolish the state tax
commission, which they allege treated
them unfairly in increasing the as-
sessed valuation to a cash value basis,
has failed.
The house committee on taxation
voted today to indefinitely postpone
consideration of the Deuel-Smith bill
abolishing the commission and creat-
ing a separate board to assess public
utilities. The action of the commit-
tee sounds the death knell of the bill
and doubtless ends the agitation
against the board which has been go-
ing on for five years.
Senate Passes 14 Bills
The senate passed 14 bills and
killed one. The measure to fall by
the wayside was the McRae bill bar-:
ring the singing of "The Star Spangled
Banner" in theaters and dance halls
as a medley.
Illinois Men Favor Secret Service
Champaign, Ill., March 24.-One
thousand replies were received yester-
day to blanks sent out to alumni and
students requesting information con-
cerning their military capabilities.
An astonishing number expressed
themselves as being available for se-
cret service. The information is be-
ing compiled so that it can be in-
stantly obtainable when needed.
Talks on "Law as a Profession"
Judge Victor H. Lane will deliver
the fourth of a series of lectures at
6:30 o'clock tonight in Lane hall when
he speaks on "Law as a Profession."
The lecture will deal with the ad-
vantages and disadvantages offered to
the young student by the profession
of law.
New Case of Scarlet Fever at Kansas
Lawrence, Kan., March 24.-Hope
that the-threatened epidemic of scar-
let fever had been checked has been
shattered by the appearance of an-
other case. The latest victim is a
member of the Beta Theta Pi fra-
ternity.
Easter vacation is a good time to
have those rooms decorated. Call 237.
C. H. Major & Co.-Adv. F-eod

8 HR. SERVICE
Velox Prints
FILMS LEFT BEFORE 9 A. M. READY AT 5 P. M.
THE KODAK FLORIST
Arcade
Over 200,000 prints made last year
AMATEUR FINISHII4G SYNDICATE, Inc.

Electric Auto Heater-Keeps Your Engine Wax
y;('osts very little to operate
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
i its not Right we make it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington 8.
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.
Hut zel 's

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PUBLISHED BY
The American Law Book Co'
27 Cedar Street
NEW YORK.

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fr in February 1918. ,rder your ini- Lyndon. Open Sunday from 9:30 to
Cations before March 25.-Adv.. 12:30 and 1:30 to 4:30 only. Drop
18-20-1-2-3-4 films in ghute after hours.-Adv. sun
Deave Copy A Leave Copy
at at
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TheDVeTtISupply Store
ADV E RTI S IN G

LOST.
LOST-White kid gloves. Takenm by
mistake at Military ball, Friday
night. Call 1134-J. Miss Van Leev-

wen.

25

LOST-Nu Sigma Nu fraternity pin.
Reward if returned to 1015 East
Huron. 24
LOST-Phi Beta Pi Fraternity Pin.
Reward for return. Call 344. 22-3
WANTED
WANTED-Student with selling ex-
perience to work until end of sem-
ester; Salary or commission. Ans-
wer to Daily, Box C. 25
WANTED-Lady for educational work
in Bay City this summer. $240.
Phone 359-M. 23-4-5
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Roll Top Desk; also
Piano Player that fits any piano.
Both in fine condition. Cheap. 815
Packard. Phone 1747-M. 24-5
FOR SALE -- Slide rule. Polyphrase
duplex. New. A. Richardson, 431
Cross. 966-M. .24-5

MISCELLANEOUS
FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES -
We want three men for traveling
salesmen during the summer months
and pay salary, expenses, commis-
sions and bonus for commendable
work. We want only men who can
travel three summers or more. Sal-
ary increases each year. Do not
apply unless you can produce. Write
or call salesmanager. Office closed
Saturday P. M. W. H. Hill Com-
pany, 56 Sheldon Ave., Detroit.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY-Sell San-
itary Brushes. See Mr. Hollister
representing The Detroit Sanitary
Brush Co., at the Allenel Hotel,
Thursday, March 29, from 2:00 to
8:00 P. M. You can't afford to over
look this. 25-7-8-9
THE PERSON. is known who took
watch from locker 677. Action will
be taken within three days if it is
not returned. Call 2059-J. 214
Packard. 25
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad
vertising use The Michigan Daily.

Place Order for
Tes and Shrubs
Fraternities and Sort ies Seek Ad-
iice for BeautifYing
Lawns
A large number of people have al-
ready placed orders for shrubs and
trees with the city beautifying com-
mittee of the Ann Arbor Civic associa-
tion and an order for a carload of
over 500 Norway maple trees will be
sent out Monday.
The committee is making special
efforts to get the people of the city
and the different fraternities and sor-
orities to come to them for advice on
the planning of their lawns and gar-
dens, and the different kinds of shrubs
and trees which shoud be used. Al-
ready asbout a dozen fraternities and
sororities, besides 25 citizens have
taken advantage of the offer and have
asked Ray E. Bassett, city forester
for advice and plans. Mr. Bassett
will begin this work in a short time
and all who are planning to ask for
aid in laying out their grounds are
urged to communicate with him as
soon as possible.
The committee will have a number
of charts in the municipal exhibit
showing the progress of the work in
Ann Arbor since it started in 1913.
Wants Compulsory Training at Kansas
Lawrence, Kan., March 24.-"Mili-
tary training at the University of
Kansas should be compulsory," said
Capt. Frank E. Jones of Company M
Thursday in discussing the prepared-
ness situation at Kansas.
The training, he stated, should be
as strict as that at a mobilization
camp, and should be conducted by of-
ficers of the United States army, who
are furnished free by the government
to universities having regular mili-
tary training.
Try "a' Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

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M AKE each Monday of this
year an Independence
Day.' Divorce yourself from
your washday troubles and let
us assume the responsibility.
We will carefully execute your
orders.
Moe Laundry
Phone 235 24No. MainSt.
Woman Regularly Enlists in Navy
Philadelphia, March 24.-Following
Secretary Daniel's announcement that
women would be accepted for navy
service, Miss Loretta Walsh, a sten-
ographer of this city has enlisted in
the United States navy, having been
given the rating of chief yeoman. She
is the first woman to be regularly en-
listed.

We will mail

Score

and Music

FOOLS' PARADISE
To any address for you.
Call us up, and open up an account.

Grinnell Bros.

116 S. Main St.

Try The Daily for service.

Phone 1707

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