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March 28, 1917 - Image 6

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THE MICI-

aAN DAILY

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g Drive Has Started
id you will be forced out of the trenches into the sun's rays on Easter
orning and how will that old suit look then? With Easter only
WO weeks away you will have to hurry and place your order, or
herwise go home in that old trench suit that has seen better days.
You are now in danger of being overtaken with the big guns that
ave already blasted away many of the best patterns, very lucky for
>u the NEW reinforcements have already arrived and with your im-
ediate assistance there is still tine to save your face on Easter
[orning.
General Von Style is still able to hold hill No. 305 with a strong
rce of models to draw on, in fact I am sure you will find a style that
ill suit you, and with 31ALCOLM'S tailoring you will be pleased to
et out of the ready made trench and stand on firm ground such as all
en with red blood desire.
J K. MALCOLM
4 EAST LIBERTY MALCOLM BLOCK
FRATERNITIES
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Theatre

TO-NIGHT

WM. FOX'S $50,000.00
Comedy:
"There's Many a Fool"
WITH
HANK MANN
AS
The Principal "Fool'
ALSO
VIRGINIA PEARSON.
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"The War Bride's Secret"
SEE IT AT THE RAE
The Little Theatre With a
BIG SHOW

MAJESTIC
NOW PLAYING
COLOUR GEMS
Five Beautiful Models in a Study of
Light, Color and Form
MADAME MARION
Speed Maniac In
Costume Changing
SILBERT & NORTH
"Bashfoolery"
ROSS BROTHERS
AA Day in the
Gymnasium"
Extra Special Feature,
SHERMAN, VAN & HYMAN
Melodious Nonsense

FIRST APPEARANCE IN ANN AR-
BOR OF MICHIGAN'S CHIEF
EXECUTIVE
Gov. Albert E. Sleeper will preside
at the annual mid-west debate which
will be held March 30 in Hill audi-
torium, Michigan's affirmative team
meeting the squad from Illinois uni-
versity. On the same night the nega-
tive team of Michigan will meet the
University of Wisconsin in Madison,
debating the same question.
The question to be debated this
year is: "Resolved, That strikes and
lockouts on public utilities or in coal
mines should be prohibited prior to
an investigation as to the merits of
the dispute by a governmental board."
The affirmative team is composed of
Leslie W. Lisle, '17L, Robert W. Ward,
'18, and Neal D. Ireland, '18L. Samuel
D. Frankel, '17L, Raymond F. Kahle,
'17, and Peter A. Miller, '17L, are
the members of the negative team.
This debate will mark the third of
the contests held since the formation
of the mid-west league in 1915, and
will be open to, the public.
Order Halt for
Demobilization
Action by War Department Affects
Only 22,000 Members of Na-
tional Guard
Washington, March 27.-The war de-
partment late today officially an-
nounced that all demobilization of na-
tional guard units has been ordered
halted. Such action had been pre-
dicted. Large numbers of the guard
already have been mustered out of
the service.
The order affects approximately
22,000 who have been awaiting de-
mobilization. The only explanation
forthcoming from the war department
regarding the nation-wide order to the
guards, since they were called to do
Mexican border service, was that it
was deemed unwise "to continue de-
mobilization in view of the fact that
other national guard regiments had
been called recently for police duty."
The order was taken to indicate that
those national guard units which have
been demobilized soon would be re-
called into federal service, if only for
police duty.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC PUPILS TO
PRESENT PROGRAM TODAY
A program will be presented at 4:15
o'clock this afternoon at the School
of Music by advanced students of the
piano and vocal departments. The
numbers are as follows:
Impromptu, E flat............Chopin
Helen M. Grieve
Etude de Concert, Op. 36... MacDowell
Olive McClouth
"Patria" ......................Mattel
Robert McCandliss
Rhapsody, G minor.........Brahms
Sonata, F sharp (first movement....
........................Schumann
Andrew Haigh
Toccata and Fugue .....Bach-Tausig
Flora A. Miehls
F. C. Liu, '18, Meets Chinese Class
In order to facilitate commercial
relations between America and the
Orient, the recently organized class in
Chinese met for the first time in Uni-
versity hall last night. F. C. Liu, '18,
who conducted the class, explained
that the object was to further a spirit
of friendship between the two nations,
as well as to aid Americans in their
competition for Chinese trade, and to
remove the handicap placed upon them
because of ignorance of the language.

Chinese, said Liu, is far from being
as difficult as it is popularly supposed
to be.

Pop. Mat. Wed A Wk. Mar. 26
Best Seats $z Nill N Tghts
o to $2.00
DETROIT
ANNA HELD In
FOLLOW ME.
ARCADE~
Shovrs at 3:00; 6:30; Eves; 9:30
oc Unless Othervnse Specified.
Phone s'gG-t.
Mon.-26--Emmy Wehlen in "Van-
ity" (Ret.); Christie Comedy, ("As
Luck Would Have It.")
Tues.-Wed.-27-28-C. Aubrey Smith,
Jack Sherrill and Marie Shotwell in
"The Witching Hour," and comedy.
(Tuesday under the auspices of La-
dies' Circle No. Congregational
Church.) All tickts x5c.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, a--:30; Evening, 6:45.
8:15. 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Wed.-28-Marguerite Clark in "Still
Waters." Rebooked. Also Para-
mount Pictograph.
Thurs.-Fri.-29-3o--Anita. King and
Wallace Reid in "The Golden Fet-
ter." Also Bray Cartoons.
Sat.-3 -Frank Keenan in "The Bride
of Hate." Also Triangle Comedy.
Evening z5e,
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.

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MICHIGAN WOMEN'S provide for another doctor and nurse
ANNUAL LUNCHEON to Busrah. An especially -opportune
BARBOtR GYMNASIUM 'time for this has arisen on the capture
turday, March 31, 12 o'clock of the city of Bagdad by the British.
Tickets 50c for undergraduates Bagdad opens up the entire valley of
All others, 75c Mesopotamia to the missionaries. Last
"* year the fund raised by Busrah cam-
'RESTRY STUDENT SOUGHT paigners equaled $3,650.
FOR CALIFORNIA SERVICE
PROF. RENE TALAMON LEAVES
Dr. E. P. Meinecke, consulting for- TRENCHES; ENTERS MAP CORPS
pathologist of the United States
est service at San Francisco, vis- Word has come to the friends of
d the Michigan forestry department, Prof. Rene Talamon, formerly of the

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Today
9 o'clock-Prof. P. H. Hanus lectures
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
10 o'clock-Dr. L. F. Ayres lectures
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
11 o'clock-Prof. R. V. D. Magoffin
lectures in Alumni Memorial hail.
2 o'clock-Dr. L. P. Ayres lectures
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
3 o'clock-Prof. P. H. Hanus lectur-
es in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
4:15 o'clock - Students' recital at
School of Music.
4:15.o'clock-Dr. F. E. Robbins lec-
tures in Alumni Memorial hall.
5 o'clock-Prof. C. Bonner lectures
in Alumni Memorial hail.
6 o'clock-Meeting of Principals' as-
sociation at Michigan Union.
7:30 o'clock-Bishop E. D.\Kelly ad-
dresses Catholic students in K. of C.
hal.
8 o'clock-Prof. W. H. Hobbs lec-
tures in Natural Science auditorium.
8:15 o'clock- Prof. H. A. Sanders
lectures in Alumni Memorial hall.
9 o'clock-Research club smoker in
Alumni Memorial hall.
Tomorrow
10 o'clock-Dr. L. P. Ayres lectures
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
11 o'clock-Prof. P. H. Hanus lec-
tures in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
2 o'clock-Dr. L. P. Ayres lectures
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
3 oclock-Prof. P. H. Hanus lectures
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
4 o'clock-Women's gymnastic drill
in Barbour gymnasium.
4:15 o'clock-Prof. R. V. D. Magoffin
lectures in Alumni Memorial hall.
4:30 o'clock-Prof. R. M. Wenley,
lectures on "The Church at St. An-
drew's Episcopal church.
6 o'clock-Olivet alumni banquet at
Congregational church.
6:30 o'clock-Forestry club banquet
at Renellen Hospice.
7 o'clock-All-fresh Mandolin club,
meets in room 205 north wing Univer-
sity hall.
7:30 o'clock-Bird club meting in
room 355 Natural Science building.
8 o'clock-Journalistic get-together
in Lane hall.
8 o'clock- "Iphigenia Among the
Taurians" in Hill auditorium.
8 o'clock-Prof. R. W. Wood lectures
in Natural Science auditorium.
U-Notiecs
Senior pharmies meet at 3 o'clock
today in room 300 Chemistry building.
Inlander goes on sale at noon to-
Last spring Company B men inter-
ested in military work report to Mel-

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Better than "The Merry Widow," and
by the same composer,
Franz Lehar
Perfect Musical Comedy Cast of
60 persons includes

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Forest Hufft

Fritz von Busing
Mabel Weeks

Robinson Newbold

Prices

50c to $2.00

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Seat Sale Thursday, March 29

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t week in search of a forestry stu-:
tt to be employed in the forest serv-
in California.
)r. Meinecke has made a tour
ough this country visiting many
estry schools in the East In search
a particular type of student. While
the city the forestry faculty ten-
ed Dr. Meinecke a ,luncheon.
AN CAMPAIGN TO RAISE

French department, that the lieuten-
ant is now out of the trenches for
good, having been attached to the
map service of the French geograph-
ical division.
This division is "somewhere in
France," but is at present stationed
very near the residence of Professor
Talamon's relatives, where Mrs. Tala-
mon will also reside until her hus-

vin D. Anderson at 7'o'clock tonightj
in Waterman gymnasium.
Chorll Union ushers report forj
Greek play Thursday evening.
An All-campus vote ivilI be held to-
morrow from 8 o'clock to 6 o'clock on
the question of compulsory trainingf
for lit and engineer underclassmen.
Abolish Spanish Exams at Washington
Seattle, Wash., March 21.-Spanishj
examinations for seniors will no long-
er be held at the University of Wash-
ington. This was decided by the de-
partment faculty.

Gives Bird Skin Worth $75 to Museum
With the recent afquisition of a col-
lection of 950 specimens, the gift of
Bradshaw H. Swales of Grosse Ille,
the University Museum has come into
the possession of many valuable bird
skins. Among these is a beautiful pas-
senger pigeon skin, the fifth to be ac-
quired by the University, and said to
be valued at $75.
Several specimens are those of
species hitherto unrepresented. These
will not be put upon exhibition, but
will be used for study as they furnish
excellent scientific material.

SUM OF $5,000 FOR MISSIONje
M. C. A.. officers in charge of P
usrah fund plan to raise a fundj
,000 this year. This sum will

and shall be stationed elsewhere,
hen she will probably return to
aris.
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

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)hirts

White collar attached, self-
stripped, light weight

English Professor to Address Class
Prof. S. F. Gingerich of the English
department will address the class on
international relations at 7 o'clock
Thursday evening in room 301 Univer-
sity hall. The subject of Professor
Gingerich's talk will be "Comparative
Literature in Its International As-
pects."
Try The Daily for service.

PROMPT SERVICE, FULL SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS

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

Liberty at 606

Nickels Arcade

Phone 152-W

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