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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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COMMENDPRODUCTION
BARRING A FEW UNIMPORTANT
CRITICISMS PLAY MAY HE CON-
SIDERED PERFECT

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GDS THAT FORUM IS READY
0 DO ITS SHARE IN CASE OF
OMPULSORY TRAINING.
:or, The Michigan Daily:
a the present agitation for com-
iory training on the campus the
tilgan Forum has been criticised
the stand it has taken on this
stion. We have been accused of
g traitors to our coun'try, of be-
anarchists, and our quarters (324
th State street, above Calkins'),
s been threatened with a raid.
i view of our very small number
have not asked for publicity
ugh the medium of the already
burdened Michigan Daily, but
e certain individuals on the cam-
insist on giving us, through class
n gossip and boarding house rum-
a not altogether wholesome notor-
we think it only fair that the fol-
ng information concerning our or-
zation be made public.
he Forum consists of a group of
abiding students who, politically
king, are for the most part Dem-
ts and Republicans. It is based
he assumption that the majority
ur student body takes very little
rest in campus questions, and in
tions which should be of vital in-
st to all good citizens.
ir purpose and reason for exist-3
is to study all such questions and
ut these before the student bodyi
rder that these questions may be1
ligently discussed. In the present
tion on military training, we feel
since a vote was wanted on thisE
tion, it was at least available,
that there were two sides to it-
why take a vote?
e further felt that a vote would
i nothing unless both sides of the
tion were brought forward. WeI

MABEL WEEKS IN "ALONE AT
LAST."
National Guard
Endorses Service
Want System Similar to Swiss Organi-
tion; Drop Word Com-
pulsory
New York, March 30.-The national
guard association this afternoon in-
dorsed universal service under federal
control similar to the Swiss system,
but in so doing eliminated from the
resolution the word compulsory.
For a resolution declaring for fed-
eralization of the national guard as
recommended by army flicers, a sub-
stitute drawn by jor-General
O"Ryan of New York was considered
and approved. It recommends the or-
ganization of a national guard under
the defense act by "taking it out of
the militia class and making it a vir-
tual federal force."
Other recommendations adopted
were: That congress establish more
reasonable examinations to give en-
listed men real opportunities of win-
ning commissions; that in time of war
$15 a month be added to the salaries
of all enlisted men of all grades; and
that in time of war all re-enlistments
should be for the duration of the war,
and in time of peace for one year.

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Euripeds' "Iphigenia," played at
Hill auditorium Thursday night, was
a splendid evidence of the mastering
of a classic. The students who acted
the part deserve their success.
There are few, indeed, who could
have handled themselves in these
roles, in as masterful a fashion as
did those in the personal of Iphigenia
and Orestes.
In the role of Iphigenia, Miss Kel-
sey showed such talent and finish that
the spectators forgave a few defects.
It was unfortunate that to a great
number she could not be heard. Her
opening passage, as well as others
throughout the play, were not only
inaudible, but spoken very rapidly, s
that the audience lost that which if
spoken with moderate clearness,
could have easily been understood-
even in the Greek.
The parts of Orestes and Pylades
were greatly enjoyed, namely because
of the clear, carefully spoken pas-
sages. Mr. Hunter did wonderfully
well. His parts calling for increased
dramatic feeling, were interpreted
splendidly.
The action of the chorus, while as
a whole very satisfactory, could have
been greatly improved. The same
criticism may be offered of Miss Sand-
ers as the leader, as is given to Miss
Kelsey; her lines were not spoken
clearly enough to be followed or un-
derstood. In her dances, she was
pleasing and graceful.
It was unfortunate perhaps that the
chorus as a whole could not have
mastered these movements, for when
a Greek chorus interprets the feel-
ing of the dialogue in an unbroken
and harmonious action, the effect is
most powerful. As it was, this op-
portunity for a masterful touch was
completely lost. Though it is entirely
surmised by present-day students of
the classics that the action of the
chorus of the Greek play is as was
portrayed, yet we have every confi-
dence in our surmise, and indeed the
effect of the chorus could have been
greatly improved had they been in bet-
ter drill.
These are a few perhaps unimpor-
tant criticisms when we consider the
entire action. Barring these few, the
play could be well considered a per-
fect student production.
C. H. C., '17.
The Motion Picture News of "The
Price She Paid," in which Clara Kim-
ball Young will star at The Arcade
next Monday and Tuesday, "David
Graham Phillips painted a most pow-
erful character in Mildred Gower;
Charles Giblyn and Albert Capellani
have animated this painting in a form
that will be considered a classic years

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What a remarkable Spring Fashion Season we are having, and with what wonderful
skill and foresight have our buyers selected the new outer apparel that Ann Arbor will wear
on Easter Day. The beautiful Second Floor Fashion Salons are brimming with the most
superb assemblage of hats, suits, coats and other garments that we have ever shown. No
visitor is likely to be disappointed in the lovely styles and broad varieties. We are firmly
es talished as Ann Arbor's Style Store. Let us help you in these busy days of Spring prepar-
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k it is perfectly clear that one side
well presented and we feel that
might further Michigan democracy
ttempting to show that both sides,
e not represented.
'e have members who favor this
ping as well as some who don't,
the campus may rest assured that
ichigan feels the need of compul-
training, the Forum is ready to
ts share.
HARLES A. PETERS, JR., '17E,
Executive Commitee.

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FROM PARIS TO
YOU
(Via New York)
Spring's Loveliest Millinery
Stiles
Easter styles of Paris orig-
in-accurate copies and in-
genious mod cations repro-
duced in Ne York by Amer-
ica s most talented designers.
At $15.00, $18.00 and $25.00
A brilliant collection of the
newer styles-black lisere
hats, imported Milan models
and lustrous straws. Small
hats showing the new colors
in French flowers-true copies
of the cleverest and most in-
dividual Paris creations.
For semi-dress occasions
-hats of lisere and lace;
also braid hats and highly
favored hair-and-lace hats
of transparency.
Trimmings of burnt os-
trich, numidi, paradise and
goura offer profuse choice.
(Millinery Salons-Second
Floor)

COULD SKIRTS BE MORE STRIKING IN
FABRIC AND COLOR
-than the comprehensive display that is just now at the
very height of completeness in the Fashion Salons?
Silk skirts in plain colors and brilliant novelty designs,
priced $7.50 to $27.50.
Wool skirts in checks, stripes and daring plaids, price( d
$6.50 to $17.50.
One of the $7.50 silk models is made of striped poplin and
shirred on a yoke.
One at $11.50 is made of changeable striped taffeta also
shirred on a yoke, and fitted with pouch pockets.
A higher priced skirt of rose colored, figured khaki kool
is particularly charming. It is pleated and trimmed with a
soft novelty belt. $25.00.
(Second Floor) r
SALE OF AFTERNOON FROCKS $17.50 TO
$25.00 VALUES A T $12.95
Stunning gowns for afternoon or street wear in a be-
wildering assortment of styles and colors-hardly two of
a kind.
Made of excellent wool crepes and serges in high waist-
ed, loose belted effects-the fancy models are decorated
with wool embroidery and stitching, the tailored models
with bone buttons.
Navy, blue, brown sand, copenhagen and white.
An Easter surprise. Don't miss it.
(Second Floor)
MOUNTAINS OF NEW SPRING BLOUSES
IRRESISTABLY TEMPTING
Hundreds and hundreds of appealing styles, so diversified
that whatever design, material or color you prefer or what-
ever price you wish to pay, an airiple assortment is offered
for your selection.

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T THE THEATERS
TODAY

ajestie-Vaudeville.
reade-Anita Stewart in "I
Glory of Yolanda" and M
Vernon Castle in "Patria,"

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CLASSES IN FINE ARTS TAKE
. TRIP TO DETROIT ART MUSEUM
Prof. H. R. Cross of the fine arts
department will accompany his classes
to Detroit today to see the Luxem-
bourg art collection, now being ex-
hibited in the Detroit art museum.
This trip is for the benefit of those
who were unable to take the one last
week. Professor Cross will speak in
the museum t 2 o'clock this after-
noon on the paintings which are on
exhibition.
Try The Daily for service.

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rpheum-Frank Keenan in
"The Bride of Hate," and Tri-
angle comedy.
e-Elith Storey in "The Price
for Folly." Mr. Jack comedy.
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Of Georgette Crepe at $6.50 to $15.00.
Of Crepe de Chine at $3.98 to $7.50.
Lingerie and linens from $i.oo up.

AT THE WHITNEY

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(Second Floor)

"Alone at Last," a Shubert produ*-.
n with music by Franz Lehar com-~
ser of "The Merry Widow," will be
own at the Whitney theater tonight.
There is a special orchestra and a
st of 70 persons. The operetta was
st produced in Europe under the
me of "Endlich Allein."
AT THE ARCADE
Today The Arcade will show the
cond part of "Patria" with Mrs. Ver-
n Castle. Those who did not see
e first part, may see it at a special
e performance at 4:30 today.
rhe regular feature for the day will
"The Glory of Yolanda," with Anita
ewart as the star.
Jhoose Officers for Spanish Club
Newton S. Bement, '17, and Robert
rman, '19, were elected as president
I secretary of the newly organized
anish club which met Thursday.
kt a meeting to be held at 5 o'clock
Kt Thursday in room 101 of the,
Lth wing of University hall, a vice-
sident and treasurer will be chosen
I the constitution will be ratified by
those wishing to become members.!
norary Pharmacy Society Initiates
'he initiation of the Aristolochites,
honorary pharmacy society, held
ly this week in the Chemistry
Iding includes the following who'
e elected to membership: E. H.;
th, '18P, Alfred Back, '18P, G. R.
nes, '17P, H. B. McWilliams, '18P,
E. Kirchgessner, '19P, R. B. Fast,
', and F. E. Marsh, '17P.
stimates gladly given on any kind ALL
ainting, tinting, papering, etc C.
%fajor & Co. F-eod'

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The Spring Sale of
Drugs and Toilet Preparations
Starts Tomorrow

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It contains nearly three hundred varieties of high grade toilet preparations and drug
sundries at prices so substantially below normal that you will save handsomely whether you
purchase a quantity or but a single article.
The following examples are representative

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TOILET SOAPS
5e Castile Olive Oil....4c
5c Armour's Buttermilk.4c
10c Colgate's rose, violet,
o a t m e a 1, Cashmere
Bouquet, and turtle-
oil ............. .....Sc
10c Armour's rose and
violet ...............Se
10c Melba Vegetable... .Sc
10c Jergen's Violet Glyc-
erine...............Sc
10 e Palm Olive ........cSe
10 Physician's and Sur-
geon's............Sc
10c Colgate's Bath Soaps,
mint, violet, palm, ros-
ado, oxide and bath,
four bars foi........30c
Jap Rose .............9c
12} c Castile Olive Oil. .9c
15c Spanish Castile,
pure, imported bars,
weighing 6/ ounces.11e
18e Pears Unscented...11c.
15c Armour's Super Tar
.12c
15c Armour's Transpar-
ent Glycerine .......12C
15c French Bath Tab-
letsn.............12 c
22c Pears Scented. ... 16c

DENTAL PREPARA-
TIONS
25c Dr. Lyons' Powder. 19c
25c Dr. Graves' Powd-
er ...............19c
25c Euthymol Paste...19c
25c Euthymol Liquid. .19C
25c Kolynos Paste ..... 19c
25c Senreco Paste ..... 19C
25c Sanitol Paste .......19e
25c Sanitol Powder...19e
25c Sozodont........19c
25c Rubifoam........19e
25c Calox Powder.....19c
25c Lavoris .......19e
25c Colgaite's Paste . ..,0e
50c Pebeco .. ......39c
50c Pepsodent (intro-
duced in current mag-
azines)...........39C
50c Lavoris ..........9c
75c Glyco-Thymoline...49c
TALCUM POWDERS
20c Mennen's Borated
and Violet........15c
20c Lazell's, violet, sweet
pea, honeysuckle and
massatta..... . .15e
20c Babcock's Corylop--
25c Violet Sec ........19e

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METRO PICTURES HAVE FIRST RUN AT
THE ARCADE THEATRE

PERFUMES IN BULK
$1.00 Melba Perfumes, ounce...........79c
75c Elaine, per ounce ....................59c
$1.50 Djer Kiss, per ounce ...............$1.29
$2.75 Fleur de Amour, per ounce ........ $1.39
$1.75 Princess Charming, ounce ..........$1.39
$2.50 Pav-low, per ounce...............$1.75
$3.00 Souvenir de la Cour, oz.............$2.39

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