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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PHONIC 948"W

ESfER IS COMING
Drop in and ok over cur line of new Spring Suitings and
t measured -czc, eY. can show you a display of patterns
hich will be .r' to lC&e you. Don't put it off until the last
inute.
Ward's Kassy Kut Klothes
e 244-R z11 E. Huron St. F. W. ALLEN, Mgr.
CLE It. S D AXI) REPAIRING DONE
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OCKST P"HIG---ELECTRIC REPAIRING
HIGHEST QUALITY.
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ow Will Anybody Get
4long Wthout a Sports

Today
4 o'clock-Meeting at the Union for
scenario writers for 1918 opera.
4:15 o'clock-Mr. C. S. Robinson
talks to American Chemical associa-
tion in room 151 Chemistry building.
6 o'clock-Toastmasters' banquet at
Catalpa Inn.
7 o'clock-Meeting of the Military
Training Camps' association in room
243 of the Engineering building.
7:30 o'clock-Ann Arbor Rifle club
meets in city Y. M. C. A.
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi meets in Uni-
versity hall.
7:30 o'clock-Tryads meet in room
162 Natural Science building.
8 o'clock-Round-up club smoker at
Michigan Union.
Tomorrow
4:15 o'clock-Twilight recital at
Hill auditorium.
7 o'clock-Opera rehearsal at the
Union.
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi-Webster de-
bate in room B Law building.
8:15 o'clock-"Fools' Paradise" at
Whitney theater.
U-Notices
All students desiring to take special
trains to Chicago, Buffalo, or Cleve-
land should sign up at the Union desk
as soon as possible. These cars will
be run at cost.
The electrical committee of the
Dewey Decimal Filing system meets
at 7 o'clock tonight in room 248 En-
gineering building.
The soph engineer banquet has been
postponed indefinitely. Money will be
refunded.
Rehearsal of "Les Pattes de Mouche"
this afternoon at 4 o'clock in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS GETS
12,000,00-YEAR-OLD SHIP-LIZARD
Lawrence, Kan., April 2.-After a
record voyage of more than 12,000,000
years, a ship-lizard has at last reached
a final harbor in the museum of the
University of Kansas.
The ship-lizard is a reptile belong-
ing to the Naosaurus Claviger, which
existed about 12,000,000 years ago. The
specimen was found in western Texas
recently by a moan making a collect-
ipg trip for the museum. Only two
other specimens are in existence, one
at the University of Chicago, and the
other in the American museum.
With a body similar to that of an
alligator, the ship-lizard has a re-
markable development of the spine
which resembles the rigging of a ship.
It is about nine feet "on".
DEAN MYRA B. JORDAN GOES TO
WASHINGTON TO ALUMNAE MEET
,Dean Myra B. Jordan has gone to
Washington, D. C., to attend a meet-
ing of the National Association of Col-
legiate Alumnae and later to repre-
sent Michigan at a conference of deans
of women and presidents of women's
colleges to be held at Goucher college,
Baltimore. Dean Jordan will visit
several of the eastern women's col-
leges before her return.
Princeton Students in Eastern Guard
Princeton, N. J., April 2.-With a
large number of Princeton students
on its roster, Company L, Second regi-
ment, New Jersey national guards, has
been ordered to mobilize at once for
the protection of lines of communica-
tion, industrial plants, and munitions
factories.
Lyman Bryson Leaves for Chicago
Mr. Lyman Bryson, instructor in
journalism, will leave for Chicago to-
day where he will attend a meeting of
the National Convention of Teachers
in Journalism.
Prof. T. E. Rankin Speaks in Kazoo
Prof. T. E. Rankin will lecture to-
morrow before the Normal college at
Kalamazoo on "The One Act Play."
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.
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pBest e $id OA RR fICK f N Nights
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EMMA DUNN in
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Shows at 3:00; 6:3; 3:$.; 9:3
L i xinless uterwiac pgcied.
Phone g -M.
Mon.-Tues. --3-Clara Kimball Young
in "The Price She Paid." Mat., :1c;
eve., 25c.
Wed. 4-Ethel Barrymore in "The
White Raven" (Ret.) and Christie
Comedy.
Thurs.-5-George Walsh and Anna
Luther in "Melting Millions" and
Charlie Chaplin in "The Rink."
(Ret.) t5c.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8:rS, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Tues.-3--Wm. Desmond in "The
Iced Bullet." Also 'Iriangle Com-
edy, "Honest Thieves." Evening 15c.
Wed.-4-Wm, Morriso z and Frankie
Mann in "The GirlC ehoIDid Not
Care." Also Chip Comedy. Even-
ing isc.
Thurs.-Fri.-5-6--Vivian Martin in
"The Wax Model." Also Paramount
Comedy. Evening i5c.

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Send forth a genuine Easter Greeting to your friends

thru a Flower Gift.

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EARLY ORDERING is suggested.

Easter is the

Such effective ones as we found in remote corners of New
York, where the cleverest skirt designers in the country are-
seem to have a score of uses.
Khaki kool, in oyster white and splashed with Japanese
and futurist patterns, and be-belted and be-pocketed, may be
worn just a swell with Georgette crepe blouses at afternoon
teas, as with sports skirts at tennis or golf.
And when one considers that, their $15 or $20 prices don't
seem so much after all!

biggest Flower Buying Season.of the year. Place
your order first of the week for later delivery.

WE GUARANTE ESATISFACTORY
ATTENTION TO PHONE ORDE RS

Se Sure Your
Laster Flo'ers
Come From
Easter Opening
Tues., April3rd to
Sun., April 8th

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The Best in Vaudeville
Wood, Melville and
Phillips
Songs, Dances, and Stories
Grace De Wintres
"Ventriloquial Surprises"
The Bimbos
Comedy Novelty Acrobats
Extra Special Attraction
Princess Kalama
Hawaiian Night's
Entertainment

Jonquils
Cyclamen

Lilies, (plant and cut)
Baskets of Spring Flowers

Tulips, in rich colors
Hyacinths
Daffodils

Rambler Roses, with pro-
fusion of Blooms

Azaleas

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Quality Flolvers Without Obercharge

iirts

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