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get measured at once. 'We can show you a display of patterns
which will be sure to please you. Don't put it off until the last
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Make It Two!
Coca-Cola is always a mighty welcome suges-
tion, whether the crowd's hot and "dry" or
just wanting a glass of delicious refresh-
ment. It's the favorite call of millions daily.
Demand the genuine by full name-
nicknames erncourage substitution
THE COCA-COLA Co., ATLANTA, GA.
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INVESTiGATE GERMAN
ACTIVITIESIN MEXICO
FEi 1 GERMANS CROSSING INTO
MEXICO, WAR DEPART-
MENT ANNOUNCES
Washington, March 28.- That the
United States had made formal in-
quiry of General Carrana concerning
German activities in Mexico was indi-
cated by state department officials
this afternoon. It was admitted that
the department had heard rumors con-
cerning massing of Germans at Tor-
reon and elsewhere.
Regarding reports of a German ex-
odus to Mexico the war departmen
announced, "We have received advies
from the 7th department as follows:
'Press reports have stated recently
that many Germans are crossing into
Mexico.' Reports from our intelligence
officers which includes records of our
immigration officials at various poifts
do not confirm the reports.
"Since Feb. 3 therephas been 13
crossings at Brownsville, 78 at Laredo,
and none at other points, Of these
crossings at Laredo 39 have returned
to the United States. The El Paso re-
ports shows many crossings back and
forth, but only in the usual transac-
tion of business."
Journalists Get
Together Tonight
Lee Smitts of Detroit News to Address
Newspaper Men and Enthusiasts
at Lane Hall
Lee Smitts, editorial writer for the
Detroit News, will represent some
phases of practical journalism at the
first "get-together" of journalism stu-
dents at 8 o'clock tonight in Lane hall,
the new University Y. M. C. A.
At a late hour last night Franklin
G. Dunham, national president of P
Delta Epsilon, national honorary
journalism fraternity, consented to
speak on journalism in the eastern
colleges. Mr. Dunham is a graduate
of Columbia, and was one of the three
judges who awarded the prizes of the
eastern ass.ociation of college news-
papers last year.
Prof. F. N. Scott, Prof. J. R. Brumm,
Mr. Lee A. White, and Mr. Lymon L.
Bryson are to represent the collegiate
view on training men for this work.
While the meeting is primarily for
journalism students, others interested
in newspaper work are invited to at-
tend, There will ite no adnission,
while refreshments are to beserved.
ANTI-TRAINING PETITIONS
DISTRIBUTED IN BUILDINGS
Petitions to Michigan's congressmen
to oppose the compulsory feature in
any military training or military serv-
ice bill, will be placed today on the
bulletin boards of the Medical, Law,
and Chemistry buildings, Uniyersity
hall, the Women's league room, and
the Natural Science and JEconomics
buildings,
Those who are not students may
sign the petitions left at Quarry's drug
store or at the First National bank.
One has been placed in the summer
session office in University hall for
the convenience of the faculty, Peti-
tions in charge of the University of
Michigan branch of the Women's
Peace party have been sent to all
league houses, fraternities, and soror-
ities. They are to be signed Thursday
or Friday,

SPIRIT OF 176 OUTGROWTH I
f OF FOREIGN INSPIRATION

ANNA HELD in
FOLLOW ME
ARCADE
Shows at 3:0; 6:30; :; 0:3.
R1 . Meaut:rwiswe e.:ne.
Phone sgx-K
Thurs.-29-Stuart Holmes in "The
Scarlet Letter" ; Charlie Chaplin in
"Easy Street." (Ret.) r~c.
Fri.-3o-Harold Lockwood and May
Allison in "The Promise"; Figman
Comedy ("A Modern Romance.")
(Under.the auspices of the Geneva
Club.) ic.
Sat.-3-Anita Stewart in "The
Glory of Yolanda," and Mrs. Ver-
non Castle in "Patria." 15c.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:3o; Evening, 6:4
8:x5 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Thurs. -Fri.-a9-3o-Anita King and
Wallace Reid in "The Golden Fet-
ter." Also Bray Cartoons.
Sat.-3 -FrankAKeen an in "The Bride
of Hate." Also Triangle Comedy.
Evening ic.
We advise our patrons to attend
matinees on Saturdays and Sun-
d aye.
What we
tdo to Hats
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We arry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the head
We cleatn d reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
City News
City Treasurer Charles Miller re-
ported yesterday that the last of the
1916 taxes had been returned and that
the amount is $8,848.22. Of this sum
$2,154.90 has been turned over to the
county treasurer as the state and
county tax.
Two more cases of scarlet fever
have developed in the last 24 hours.
Albert A. Clark, '19, of Pontiac, a
member of the Alpha Delta Phi fra-
ternity, was taken to the contagious
hospital yesterday morning suffering
from the disease. Susan Lavender,
daughter of Mrs. Anna B. Lavender,
1110 Michigan avenue, is the other
victim.
A special committee consisting of
representatives from the forestry de-
partment of the University and mem-
bers of the city council will meet at
4 o'clock this afternoon in the coun-
cil chambers to discuss the proposi-
tion of p municipal forest.
The banquet committee of the Ann
Arbor Civic association met Tuesday
evening and arranged for the annual
banquet, which will be held at 6
o'clock next Wednesday evening at the
city Y. M. C. A. Tickets may be pur-
chased from the following members:
Walter Haller, F. W. Brown, F. R.
Finch, John C. Fischer, E. E. Calkins,
Charles Schroen, Harry Hawley, Fred
Heusel, E. A. Schaeberle, W. E. Ui-
derdown, I. T. Cope, E. E. Gwinner,
Frank O'Toole, F. P. Ward, Jacob
Wurster, and the secretary of the as-
sociation, Miss Winona Saunders.
A comedy entitled "A Case of Sus-
pension," will be presented by the
Unitarian Students' society at the Uni-
tarian church on Saturday.

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Perfect musical comedy cast of 6o persons includes:
Harry Conor, Fritz von Busing, For-rest Huff,
Mabel Weeks and Robinson Newbold.
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Rae Theatre
TONIGHT!
MABLE TALLIAFERBO
"n
A Metro Wonderplay
"The Sunbeam"
also
"THE PURPLE MASK"
TOMORROW
MARGUERITE CLARK
In
"The Goose Girl"
and
Fox Comedy

MICHIGAN WOMEN'S
ANNUAL LUNCH ON
BARBOUR GYMNASM
Saturday, Aarch 81, 12 o'clock
Tickets 50c for undergraduates
All others, 75c
SECOND ALL-FRESH DRILL
DRAWS INCREASED SQUAD
With an increased attendance of ap-
proximately 50 men, the second prac-
tice session of All-fresh infield try-
outs started out with a bang yesterday
afternoon.
There seems to be an unusually
plentiful number of candidates for
infield positions this year, but a
scarcity of pitchers. As the batteries
must bear the brunt of the burden,
Coach Maltby urges all men who have
any talent for the box position to
turn out today.
Practice will be held today at Wat-
ernan gymnasium from 1 to 3 o'clock
and outdoor practice will start as
soon as the weather will allow it.
Cornell Aviators Must Join U. S. Corps
Ithaca, N. Y., March 28.-Cornell's
nronosed aviation corns received a se-

MAJE OI
THREE DAYS - STARTING TONIGHT
A Tip---Get Tickets Quick
KNUT EERICKSON
(DAFFY DAN)
In the Farce with Music
it's a laugh from the start, :md penty
of music, elaborate costumes, and
The BigBeuty'horus
makes i the nearest approaca ta $ .0
Show ever seen at
POPULAR PRIC E S

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For fine Watch Repairing, J. L.
Chapman, Jeweler, 113 Main St.-Adv.

rious setback by the recent decision
of the war department that it would
control aviation itself, and not estab-
lish detached units throughout the
country. Undergraduates, however,
may join the corps under the direction
of the war department.

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In a lecture on "The American
Revolution by Picture and Word,"
given last night at the Church of
Christ, Prof. Warren W. Florer of the
German department traced the growth
of the spirit of liberty in the colonies.
The speaker emphasized especially the
fact that the spirit of '76 was the out-
growth of foreign inspiration at the
time of despondency. As . examples
the work of numerous foreigners was
cited.
There ,s opportunity in The Michi-
gan Daily Ads. Read them.

Today
10 o'clock-Dr. L. P..
in University Hall.

Ayres lectures

4:15 o'cloc--Prot. R. V. D. Ma-
goffin lectures in Alumni Memorial
hall.
4:30 o'clock-Prof. R. M. Wenley
lectures at St. Andrew's Episcopal
church on "The Church."
5 -o'clock-Spanish club meets in
room 101 south wing University hall.
6 o'clock-Olivet alumni banquet at
Congregational church.
6:30 o'clock-Forestry club banquet
at Renellen Hospice.
7:30 o'clock-Bird club meeting in
room 355 Natural Science building.
7:30 o'clock-Pontiac club meeting
at Michigan Union.
7 to 9 o'clock-Voluntary military
drill Barbour gymnasium.
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 lec-
tures in West Physics lecture room.
8 o'clock-All-fresh Mandolin club
meets in room 205 north wing Univer-
sity hall.

4:15 o'clock-Prof. W. L. Schurz
lectures in Natural Science auditorium
on "Chile."
6 o'clock-Political economists' din-
ner at Union.
7 o'clock-Western Normal dinner
at Cutting cafe.
7:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu meeting in
University hall.
8 o'clock-Prof. George Sarton lec-
tures in Natnral Science auditorium.
8 o'clock-Michigan-Illinois debate
in Hill auditorium.
8 o'clock-Prof. George Sarten lec-
tures in Natural Science auditorium
in favor of military training.
U-Notices
Fresh, soph, and junior engineers
get mentor cards from 4 o'clock to 5
o'clock today.
Volinitary military 1rill will be held
tonight in Barbour gymnasium from
7 to 9 o'clock for all men who cannot
report on Wednesday evening. Offi-
cers are requested to report.

Shirts

White collar attached, self-
stripped, light weight

11 o'clock-Prof. P. H. Hanus lec-
tures in University Hall.
1:30 o'clock-Sanitary science sec-
tion of Science academy meets in west
lecture room, third floor, Medical
building.
2 o'clock-Dr, L, P. Ayres lectures
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
3 o'clock-Prof. P. H. Hanus lec-
tures in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
4 o'clock-Women's gymnastic drilli
in Barbour gymnasium.

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