Drive Has Started
and you will be forced out of the tre aches 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 I
you the NEW reinforcements have already arrived and with your im-
mediate assistance- there' is still time to save your face on Easter
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..
J. K. MALCOLM
604 EAST LIBERTY MALCOLM BLOCK
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Growing bigger and better every day.,
11:45 o'clock-Prof. R. W.
talks on "Preservation of Bird Life"!
at Unitarian church.
12 o'clock-Mrs. T. S. Langford talks
to city planning class at Congrega-
4' o'clock-Rowena Bastin talks in
Michigan Forum rooms.
6:30 o'clock-Prof. C. L. Meader
talks to Unitarian society on "Russia
and the Revolution."~
6:30 o'clock-Prof. I. L. Sharfman
talks on "Law as a Profession" at
6:30 o'clock-Mr. S. L. Meyerburg
talks to Jewish congregation in New-
7:80 o'clock-Dr. G. B. Stewart
speaks at Presbyterian church.
8 o'clock-Mr. M. Feinstein talks to
Menorah society at Newberry hall.
3:30, o'clock - National Security
league mass meeting in Hill auditor-
7:30 o'clock-Union Study class in
F Shoup' at 3 .no ,6:3n ; '1 '_
ANhn.-T"Ies.---2-3 'Clara 1Kimb~all Young
in "Thee Price She Paid." Mat., 15e;I
XXed.-4-Ethel Barrynmore in "The
White Raven" (Ret.) and Christie
Thurs.-5-George W~alsh and Anna
Luther in "MeltingMilos an
Charlie Chaplin in "The Rink."
Matinees, 2:00-3:~30; Evenin. :45,
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Sun.-:\on.-i ' Georgec Beban in "Hlis
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'D'ues.--3--W1 Desmond in "The
Iced PBullet." Also Triangle Com-
edy, "Honest 'hmives." Evening 1c
Wed.-4-W11ni Morrison and Frankie
Mann in "The Girl W~ho Did Not
Care." Also Chip Comedy. Even-
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YELLOW BONNET TAXI CO. I
All officers and non-commissioned
officers of officers' reserve corps meet
at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in Bar-
University Men's Bible class meets
at 9:30 o'clock this morning at Church
Mf. N. if. NOTICIE
Goodhew Floral Co,
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
ICE" C RE. .M
A Connor's Fountain is always near by
White collar attached, self-
striped, light weight
All members of the Seventh and
Eight divisions of the M. N. M. will
report in uniform at 3:;10 o'clock
Monday in Waterman gymnasium.
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Sirloin steak dinner at the Michigan
Union today. Ninety cents.-Adv. 1
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad
vertising use The Mchiaan Daily.
Liberty at 606
Last Week of
Company A Signal Corp, Michigan National Guard
of Ypsilanti, have orders to expand into a batallion con-
sisting of one wire and one radio Cornpany totalling 170
men in all.
Technical men are needed at once for this branch of
3Days, corn. Monday Night
SOMETHING YOUJ WILL LIKE 4
VAUDIEVILLE'S SUPREME MINSTREL PRODUCTION
Wood, Melville & Phillips
A SNAPPY POT-POURRI OF- SONG AND STORY
Grace De Wintres
4 SILOWS-1 :30.3u--7 and 8:30
A SOUL IN THlE MIRROR
DERWENT HALL CAINE
In Fedor Dostoieffsk3 's Great Story
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT"
One of the G~reatest Stories Ever Writteni
Read and Reflect:
The recent' trouble in Russia Hake' a very interesting story of CRIME
AND PUNISHMENT. It is one of the most widely read books ever
written in any language. It was dratnatized and acted by the late Richard
Mansfield under the title of "RODION THIE STUDENT." The story is
one that is of interest and this b)o0k hy Dostoevsky and has been translated
into every language and has createdl a sensation everywhere. "~He said in
his heart there is no God." Thi1s is the theme of "Crime and Punishmnt."
"For some useless life a thousand lives saved from diecay and deaith.
Shall not one little crime be. effaced and atoned by a million good deeds ?"
So runs Rodion's creed in the hook which is responsible for his expuilsion
from the University.
He kills a pawnbroker who mercilessly squee-:es the poor unfor tunates
who fall into his clutches. He takes money from the safe and uses it for
the needy. The crime is fastened on an innocent nan, who to escape
further torture of a relentless third degree, confesses to a crime he head
no hand in.
Then comes Rodion's struggle between his conscience and his creed.
Through a girl of the streets, he rejects the faith hie started, acknowledges
his guilt and goes to pay his pnalty.
"'Crime and Punishment" is, well worth seeing, whether von have read
the book or not. If von have, von can realize the diffictulties which) stood
in the way of the producers, and th°~ credit whiich is due the film menl.
IT IS A GREAT STORY TOL])D IN A B3IG'WAY- DON'T FIL I
TO SEE IT.
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4Election returns will be read from
Extra the stage tomorrow night.
APRIL - -4th11
Ticket Sale Opens
Whitney Box Office
Monday, April 2nd
10:00 A. M.
$2 - $1.50 - $1 - 50c
STOP IN ON YOUR WAY TO THE ORPHEUM
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it Neolin Soles.
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or more. Headquayte -s
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