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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

)AY, M

r

The Big Spring
Drive Has Started
and you will be forced out of the trenches into the sun's rays on Easter
Morning and how will that old suit look then? With Easter only
TWO weeks away you will have to hurry and place your order, or
otherwise 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
have already blasted away many of the best patterns, very lucky for
you the NEW reinforcements have already arrived and with your im-
mediate assistance there is still time to save your face on Easter
Morning.
General Von Style is still able to hold hill No. 305 with a strong
force of models to draw on, in fact I am sure you will find a style that
will suit you, and with MALCOLM'S tailoring you will be pleased to
get out of the ready made trench and stand on firm ground such as all
men with red blood desire.
I K. MALCO LM
604 EAST LIBERTY MALCOLM BLOCK

PRESIDENT CONSIDERS
LAND DEFENSE ISSUE

Pop. Mat. Wed f~llfu W k. Mar. 26
Best Seats$i A RR I K Nights
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IF YOU FILLUSE OR CARRY
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FOUNTAIN PEN
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PRESS THE BULB,
OR BLOW IT. WAYS
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CHAMBERLAIN DISCUSSES
VERSAL TRAINING BILL
WITH WILSON
By Robert J. Bender

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MAJESTIC
- NOW PLAYING
Knute Erickson
(DAFFY DAN)
In the Farce with
Music and Cirls

Rae Theatre'

TONICHT

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Marguerite Clark
In
"The Goose Girl

also

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The Wm. Fox Comedy
"Chased Into Love"
See it at THE RAE--the little
theatre with a. Big Show.

Again"

WHAT'S GOI'NG ON

P a. o ier ~

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BONAR LAW APPEALS
FOR MORE SOLDIERS

(United, Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, March 29.-Land de-
fense problems held h nresident's
chief attention today in his conidera-
tion of preparing the nation for the
existing state of war, formal announce-
ment of which is expected Tuesday.
Senator Chamberlain, chairman of
the military committee of the upper
body, called at the White House this
afternoon to tell the president that he
should embody in his coming message
a flat recommendation for universal
military training. "We discussed the
general military situation," Chamber-
lain said. "Of course, I urged that
the president signify his approval of
some form of universal service. If
the president would get behind uni-
versal military service it could be
passed, I believe. However, he has
not manifested any change in his opin-
ion. Until some bills other than
my own are advanced, I will continue
to push my bill forward."
Chamberlain to Raise Age Limit
Raising the minimum for young men
called under universal training from
19 to 20 years is the only change
Senator Chamberlain said he would
make in the bill to be introduced at
the coming session. Chamberlain left
with the president an ?estimate of
what universal training would cost,
about $156,000,000 a year for 500,000
men. Under this system the senator
said it would not be long before the
regular United States army could be
practically dispensed with, and much
of the tremendous expense attended
upon military establishment elim-
inated.
President's Position Not Known
Chamberlain said he hoped the
president would come out for uni-
versal training, but that he was un-
able to voice the president's present
views on the question. That congress
will pass an appropriation to provide
supplies of all kinds, clothing, arms,
ammunition,.and other equipment for
1,000,000 men was Chamberlain's be-
lief.
Six representatives today sent ut a
call for a get-together dinner tomor-
row to congressmen who favor uni-
versal military service. They plan to
start at that time plans for military
legislation. The six representatives
are: McArthur, Oregon; Green, Ver-
mont; Platt, New York; Grey, New
Jersey; Gardner, Massachusetts, and
McCormack, Illinois.
ADOPT MILITARY TRAINING
AT UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
(Continued from Page One)
to discharge his duty to the govern-
ment.
Explain Women's Functions
How the women of the University
will be able to aid the country in the.
present crisis was the subject of dis-
cussion at the women's assembly in
the Natural Science building. Dean
Victor C. Vaughan explained Red
Cross work and advocated military
training for women.
Considerable disturbance was caused
in the soph engineer assembly when1
anti-military training phamphlets,
were passed out by several students.
After a discussion of the two proposi-
tions of the ballot Dean Mortimer E.
Cooley explained general war orders
No. 49.
WOMEN'S SELF GOVERNMENT l
ASSOCIATION MAY NOT MEETq

Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321

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Today
8:30 o'clock-Schoolmasters'
eets in University hall.

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Introduces Re-examination Bill
viding for Combing Out of
Able 1ten

Pro-

club

Thurs.-29-Stuart Holmes in "The
Scarlet Letter"; Charlie Chaplin in
"Easy Street." (Ret.) isc.
Fri.-3o-Hfarold Lockwood and May
Allison in "The Promise"; Figman
Comedy ("A Modern Romance.")
(Under the auspices of the Geneva
Club.) isc.
Sat.-31-Anita Stewart in "The
Glory of Yolanda," and Mrs. Ver-
non Castle in "Patria." i~c.
Orhm T .tr
Matinees. 2:00-3 :30; Evening, 6:45,
8:75, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
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 15c.
We advise our patrons to attend
matinees on Saturdays and Sun-
days.

ONE MORE C ANCE
TO SEE
AT THE
Pre-Trip Performance
Wednesday
April...... .
Whit e Theatre

Everything in
fresh cut flowers.
Good varietyc
plants.

the line of
of flowering

Sheehan&
ANN ARBOR- DETROIT

12 o'clock-Biologists' luncheon in
room B-100 Natural Science building.
1:30 o'clock-Prof. George Sarton
addresses classical and mathematical
conferences, Alumni Memorial hall.
4:15 o'clock-Prof. W. L. Schurz
lectures on "Chile" in Natural Science
auditorium.
4:15 o'clock-Closing meeting of
Schoolmasters' club in high school
auditorium.
6:30 o'clock-Barristers, Vulcans,
and Druids banquet at Michigan 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 Natural Science auditorium.
8 o'clock-Michigan-Illinois debate
in Hill auditorium. Band will appear
at 7:30 o'clock.
Tomorrow
12 o'clock-Mrs. Richard Joy speaks
at Michigan women's banquet in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
2:30 o'clock-Junior Girls' play in
Barbour gymnasium.
7 o'clock-Craftsmen club meeting
at Masonic temple.
8 o'clock-Unitarian society play in
Unitarian guild house.
U-Notices
Band meets at 7:25 o'clock tonight
in Hill auditorium. Concert uniform.
Political economy course 2 will not
meet at 2 o'clock Friday. Advanced
reading, pages 188 to 193, H. C. Adams.
Rowena B. Bastin speaks at 4:30
o'clock today in Michigan Forum
rooms over Calkin's drug store. !

London, March 29.-Appealing for
more men to man the fighting lines,
Chancellor of the Exchequer Bonar
Law declared prospective fightingj
casualties will be terrible. The casu-
alties so far this year had been less
than expected, he asserted.
Bonar Law introduced the re-exam-
ination bill providing for another
medical examination of all England's
millions to comb out those physically
able to fight. A million men are af-
fected by the bill. The cabinet spokes-
man said the government considered
such an assorting of England's men
to seek out others available for serv-
ice as absolutely necessary in view
of the military situation.
The needs at home had. heretofore
been so pressing that those of the
army afield have been compelled to
suffer. The chancellor asserted that
since the beginning of the year the
recruit shortage had been 100,000.
"The decreasing of the troops supply
might mean the difference between a
decisive and a fruitless victory."
Y. W. C. A. Holds Last Vesper Service
The University Y. W. C. A. held its
last vesper service for the year at 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon in New-
berry hall. Miss Gertrude Beggs, so-
cial head, of Martha Cook building,
told "The Story of a Story," compar-
ing the ways in which different poets
have treated the ancient theme of the
self-sacrificing queen, Alcestis, and
the psychological effect of her act on
those whom she gave her life to save.

Greenhouses-Observatory and
VollandSt. Phone, 170-M.
FUTURE GERMAN POLICY
OUTLINEDBY HDLLWE6
CHANCELLOR SAYS TEUTONS HAD
NO INTENTION OF ATTACK-
ING U. S.
BULLETIN
Berlin, March 29.-Germany
does not want war with the
United States, but if i comes
Germany will meet and overcome
it, Chancellor Von Bethmann-
Hollweg declared in the reichstag
this afternoon. If the American
nation wants to increase the
bloodshed, it will be her respon-
sibility, not Germany's, and
America will have to bear the bur-
den, he said after reviewing the
submarine history.
Berlin, via Sayville Wireless, March
29.-Chancellor Von Bethmann-Holl-
weg this afternoon addressed the
reichstag, making a most important
declaration about German policy rela-
tive to the United States and Russia.
Concerning the United States the
chancellor said, "Within the next few
days the directors of the American
nation will be convened by the presi-
dent for an extraordinary session of
congress in order to decide the ques-
tion of war or peace between the
American and German nations.
Germany Never Desired War
"Germany never had the slightest
intention of attacking the United
States, and: it does not have such in-
tentions now. It has never desired
war against the United States, and it
does not desire it today. How did
things develop? More than once we
told the United States that we made
unrestricted use of our submarine
weapon expecting that England could
be made to observe in her policy of
blockade the laws, of humanity and
international agreements. This policy,
I expressly recall, has been called il-
legal and indefensible by President
Wilson and Secretary of State Lan-
sing."
Union to Purchase American Flag
At its last meeting the Union board
of directors made arrangements for
the purchase of a large American flag
to be displayed in front of the club's
temporary quarters.
Have your shoes full-soled in leath-
er or Neolin. We specialize in this
work. O. G. Andrea. 220 So. State. 13-6
Try The Daily for service.

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DETAILED REPORT
OF WAR TRAINING
BALLOT RETURNS
(Continued from Page One)
Number of votes cast opposing com-
pulsory military training for the en-
tire University, but favoring compul-
sory military training for the two un-
derclasses:
All-campus ......................335
117, '18, specials, grads, lit......... 43
'19, '20 hits .....................106
All lts ..........................149
'17, 18 engineers ................. 27
'19, '20 engineers................. 13
All engineers .................... 40
Law school...................29
Medical school..
Pharmics......................5
Rental school................10
Architects.....................4
Homoeopathic (not reported).
Women, all departments..........93
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SEAT iA.E NOW
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The Palais Royal has the agency for
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Ticket Sale Opens
Whitney Box Office
Monday, April 2nd
10:00 A. M.
Money Orders
Received
$2-$1.50 - $1 - 50c

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Former Olivet Students Hold Banquet
Good speakers and good eats were
on the program of the Olivet reunion
banquet held in the parlors of the
First Congregational church last
night.
Prof. Carl Fray of Ypsilanti Normal
school, acted as toastmaster. The
other speakers were, Pres. W. F. Kane
of Olivet college, Charles McKenney,
president of Ypsilanti Normal college,
Prof. Volney H. Wells of the mathe-
matics department and Rev. Lloyd

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In case of war, there will be no con-
ference of the middle western associa-
tion of women's self government, this
year if the resolution drawn up at a
special meeting of the board of direct-
ors of the Women's league is adopted
by the association.
The mofey which would otherwise
have been used to defray the expenses
of sending delegates from the colleges
of this part of the country will be
turned over to the American Red,
Cross.
The conference was originally plan-
ned to take place next month in Min-
neapolis, Minn.

and see them.-Adv.

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