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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

h7M)AY,

1I~RIDAY,

Laster

April 8th

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weaves and colorful blends.

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ding Merchant Tailors

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Official newspaper at the University of
Mie<dgan. Published every morning except
M.ir;'day during the university year.
Entered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
second-class matter.
ifices. Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
,criptions: by currier $:0; by mail, $3.oo.
ant ad. stations: uarry ; Students' Sup-
p: y Store; The Delta, cor. State and :Packard.
Phones: Business, 960; Editorial, 2414.
Communications not to exceed Sao words
in length, or notices of events will be pub-
lished in The Daily, at the discretion of the
Editor, i left at the office in the Ann Arbor
Press Bldg., or in the notice box in the west
corridor of the general library, where the
notices are collected at 7:30 o'clock each
evening.
John C. B. Parker.......... Managing Editor
Clarence TI. Fishleigh.. Business Manager
FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1917.
Night Editor-H. C. Garrison
DRILL DURING VACATION
Students and faculty members who
desire to gain a thorough knowledge
of the first principles of military train-
ing are going to have that opportun-
ity.
With the organization of a course
of intensive work under a regular
army officer during the vacation there
should be little question as to wheth-
er we are to have a sufficient number
of officers and non-commissioned of-
ficers to train Michigan "rookies" for
the remainder of the year. While en-
rollment in this drill company does
not obligate men to enlist in the regular
service or even to drill with the training
corps after the vacation, it is assum-
ed that a majority of those who sign up
will desire to continue their training
in the capacity of non-commissioned
officers for the remainder of the sem-
ester.
The number cif men out for volun-
tary drill has increased from 125 four
weeks ago to 1,200 at the present
time. The difficulty now seems to be
not in getting the men to turn out,
but in finding officers enough to drill
them. The establishment of the drill
company for intensive training during
vacation should go a long way toward
increasing the efficiency of the mili-
tary training organization at Michi-
gan.
REQUESTS RETURN OF FLAG

STUDENT WOULD SEE SPORTS
ADDED TO CURRICULUM IN MILI.
TARY TRAINING
Editor, The ,Michigan Daily:
Understanding that the athletic au-
thorities are cancelling, or are about
to cancel the various schedules for our
athletic teams, it occurs to me that
some consideration should be given to
athletic training in co-operation with
the military department.
It has been found in the military
schools of our country that though
military training is in itself an ex-
cellent thing, it should be supple-
mentedtwith certain athletic training.
Competitive sports and even feats of
dexterity help make better -soldiers,
stronger and more agile men and
helps them to adapt themselves to un-
expected conditions.
The gymnasium and its instructors,
the coaches and their assistants can
supply this training. Let the various
squads report in regular military or-
der for weeklyinstruction. One squad
may report for football, one for bage-
ball, one for track, one for basket-
ball, and so on. Competition and
rivalry are created and there would be
considerable interest when the rear
rank competes with the front rank in a
wrestling match or a rope climbing
contest.
The men will enjoy the exercise and
the fun and many benefits will be de-
rived therefrom.
W. F. VERNER.

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OFFER AID TO NATION
RELIGIOUS WORKERS AND STU-
DENT PASTORS DESIRE TO CON-
TINUE RELATIONS
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The course of events of the past
few days has brought the University
and all those interested in its wel-
fare face to face with a serious respon-
sibility. A state of war exists; stu-
dents have been called upon to serve
their country, and Michigan's response
has been worthy of her.
We, student pastors and religious
workers, who have been trying to
serve the religious interests of the
University and to associate ourselves
and our work with the student body,
feel that in this time of national crisis,
that relationship should be sustained.
We therefore offer ourselves for what-
ever service within our power that
the country and the University may
call upon usto render.
ROY W. HAMILTON,
Presbyterian Student Pastor.
CYRIL B. HARRIS,
Chaplain to Episcopal Students.
N. C. FETTER JR.,
General Secretary Y. M. C. A.
A. W. SLATEN,
Director Baptist Guild.
HOWARD L. HAAG,
Methodist Student Assistant.
My diamonds are fine quality and
reasonably priced. J. L. Chapman,
Jeweler. 113 Main St.-Adv. wed-eod
nasium. All men with military exper-
ience report to L. F. Dieterich or M. D.
Anderson.
Sunday night luncheon, Delta Cafe,
50c.-Adv.

Sanitary
Dry Cleaning Co.
514 E. WILLIAM ST.
Suits
Made to Measure
$15 and up

We Offer You
SECURITY- -SERVICE- -LOCATION
Resources $.3,80o,ooo
Ann Arbor Savin sBafk
Incorporated 1869
Main Of fice--
Northwest corner Main and iu-roan
Branch Office- -
707 North University Ave.
The Farners & Mechanic 8an
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melaa Wh Our Sormce. wo Oihces
101-105 S. Main St. :: 330 E Stale St.

LDLTIT UNITED LI NES
L~ween Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
Cars run on t astern time, one hour faster
than local time.
Detroit Limited and Expres Cars--7 s a.
mn., 8r:o :a4n. and nouyly to 7:10 P. in., 9:10
lalaazoo Limited Cars-- :5 a. ,r. and
every two boors to 6:48 P. in.: to Lansing,
5:48 P. r,!,
Ja :kson Express Cars -t oca] stoes west of
Ann br--§4 a. in. andl every two hours
Local Cars Eastbound-5 :35a.xat, 6:40 a
.n., 7:05 a. m. and every two hours to 7:05 p.
pn. m:5p ., 9:05 P. Ill.,10 :50 P. in. tn
Ypsila i only, ;:o a. i., g;,« a. n., 2:05 P
n., 6:os r. m., z :45 .o a ., :2t
.i.~~~i in t ~~xchange at.l pilaui.
Westbound . a Mn.,7 7:So a
I2 r :20 a. 31
Twenty-two remarkable photo-
graphs of the Greek Play. Come
in and see them.
71 E. VNIVERSITY
Alarm Clocks
Siy1.REN$1.00 up
Fountain Pens-
Waterman and Conklin

Phone 2225

Rubber
Bathing Caps
40c & 50c
at

BANNER LOANED
BY DR. LOUIS P.
BROUGHT BACK

TO PARADERS
HALL NOT YET

P S UEY

-25c,

AFTER 2-'30c
Rice (plain)
At all times

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
On Monday night during the parade
some young gentleman asked the loan
of our silk flag, promising to return it.
May I ask you to request the return
of same?
LOUIS P. .HALL,
1530 Hill street.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB TAKES IN
1S AT LANE HALL INITIATION
Lane hall was the scene of the in-
itiation of 18 studentsinto the Cos-
mopolitan club last night. In addition
to the initiation plans were completed
for the spring trip which the club
members will make shortly. The new
members are:
R. Alcayaga, E. Guzman, '17, T. C.
Chen, grad., S. Yamashita, grad., N.
Fukase, spec., G. C. Lubke, '19, J. M.
Dongos, '19, P. C. Yang, '17, W.-S.
Chang, '17, L. Itzkavich, '20, F. L.
Mourglier, '20, F. D. Reider, '18, S. I.
B. DeVilliers, '20, S. Hirschfi, '19, C.
Malan, H. A. Johnson, '17, K. Ritscher,
spec., K. D. Bond, '20, and Clarence
L. Roeser, '19.'
LAW STUDENTS COMPLETE PLANS
AND NAME COMPANY OFFICERS
At a meeting of law students last,
night for further organizatiodn of their
military companies, Prof. HoW - .
Wilgus, who has charge of the work,
madethe following appointments of
company captains: Company A,
seniors, T. F. McDonald; Company B,
juniors,'F.ES:MKremer; Company C,
freshmen, E. M. Hudson.
These appointments were made upon
the basis of previous military training
ad upon the ability these men have
shown in handling drill squads dur-
ing the time the law men have been
drilling.
Each of the three companies decided
to hold drills every day during vaca-
tion.
BUSRAR CAMPAIGN TO START
IMMEDIATELY AFTER VACATION

Campus in Brief
Mr. A. D. Tinker spoke to the Ann
Arbor Bird club on "Early Migrants"
at the regular meeting of the club last
night in room 355 Natural Science
building.
Extrarehearsals are being held by
the University Choral union in prep-
aration for the annual May Festival,
May 2, 3, 4, and 5. Regular meetings
will be held during vacation for those
members remaining in Ann Arbor, and
all members are expected to be pres-
ent April 17 at the first (ehearsal
after the recess.
During spring recess the "Y" em-
ployment bureau will place special
emphasis on the securing of vacation
jobs. Men calling at the employment
office during regular hours this week-
end will have a good chance of secur-
ing a steady job for vacation.
Nearly 50 students representing the
combined classes of Professors R. D.
T. Hollister and T. C. Trueblood, in
Shakespearian reading, last night pro-'
duced "Hamlet" to the large audience
that gathered for the recital in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
Mr. Odra 0. Patton of Muncie, Ind.,
appeared as soloist at the Symphony
orchestra concert in Hill auditorium
Wednesday afternoon, and acquitted
himself with credit. He possesses a
tenor voice of beautiful quality, which
he uses admirably.
S. A. Roter has been chosen captain
of the architects who organized for
voluntary drilling. The architects
will begin regular drilling immedi-
ately after vacation. About 60 men
are in the company.
Bertha M. Robinson, '18, has re-
turned to the University from her
home in Detroit after a weeks' absence
on account of the death of her father.
One hundred two out of 110 junior
and senior chemical engineers have
presented a document to Prof. H. A.
White reading as follows: "We, the
undersigned, members of the upper
classes in the chemical engineering
department, wish to express ourselves
as being willing to offer our services
along our professional lines to the
national government in case of neces-
sity."
Dean Victor C. Vaughan of the Med-
ical school, will leave for Washington
tomorrow morning where he has been
appointed by Secretary of War New-
ton Baker, to act on a committee at-
tending to the medical affairs of the
country. The date of his return is un-
certain.

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QJUARRY DRUG CO'S.
Prescription Store
Cor. Sate & N. University

Majestlec-V aideyillle.

Arcade- me. Petrova in "The
Secret of Eve," and Drew
Comedy.
Orpheum - Vivian Martin in
"The Wax Model," and Para-
mount Comedy.
Rae- Clara Kimball Young in
"Trilby," and "Lonesome
Luke" Comed'y.
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AT TH E TH EA TERS

AT THE GARRICK
"Pierrot the Prodigal" which was
first presented in this country in 1892
has been produced by Winthrop Ames
and comes to the Garrick theater, De-
troit, the week-of April 8.
The part of Pierrot is played by Miss
Marjorie Patterson, who began her
stage career in Paris.

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U. of M. Jewelry
Schlanderer & Seyfried

olony tea, good for home use lOc pks
Will open 11 a. m. to I a. m.
[ichigan Inn 611 E. Liberty
Telephone 948-R
et a typewriter from
0. D. MORRI L L
322 South State Street
® will furnish you an instruction
ok free of charge. You will be a
pist before you know it.
$300.00
to college student ,or a full
summer's work. For lull infor-
mation write

MODRN BARBER SHOP
' 332 State St.
A Particular Place
for Particular People.
FRAN CBOLCHProp,

AT THE MAJESTIC

Cit

News

KIihadM Conover died suddenly
at h h o hi sister. Mrs. F. M.
' othtFifth avenue,
Wedneday ate:xro. Funeral ser-
ices wil b held at her residence at
3 'clock this afternoon.
The meetig of the Merchants' Cred-
t -sociation to have been held last
t wa son until next hurs-
(my<< niht because of the absence fromh
ti' e 0io so;e of its officers.

THlE NATIONAL MAP 0,
Indianapolis, Jina na

WR~omen I

'ast off clothing, particularly shoes,
i be used to advantage if brought
Newberry hall before this noon.
me 640-M and the articles will be
led for.
11 classes in required sports will
in April 17.
lective baseball and tennis tourna-j

. Crt, Ypsilanti contractor,
wa elected to superintend the con-
struction of the county infirmary, by
tie building commi;.tte(e of the board of
supervisors at a mneeting in the court
house yesterday morning.
anii fub h~eels Officers for Year
Vtbel M. Po>w ers. '19, and Nelda S.
: 'rngr, -er elected vice-pres-
ic 4 a nd trea.surer of the Spanish
cli '':4 ]~eetngheld yesterday.
yStocker, '19, chairmn, May
Saud1(s, 18, and Miabl Sanborn, '18,
nappointed to serve on the social

More workers are needed for
Busrah.
Canvassers .wishing to start work
on the campaign after vacation are
asked to report at Lane hall. One
hundred and twenty-five men can be
used. The committee in charge of the
Busrah campaign also ask for 11 cap-
tains for teams. Each captain will
have 10 men under him. The work for
the entire campaign will take only a
few hours of the week.
Craftsmen Give Play in Detroit
"An Eighteenth Century Lodge" is.
the title of a Masonic play to be pro-
duced in Detroit tonight and tomorrow
by 15 members of the Craftsmen club,:
an organization of student Masons.
The play will be given in the Masonic
temple.
The play gives an exact representa-
tion of the proceedure of a Masonic
lodge in England two centuries ago.
The proceeds of the entertainment are
to be used in furthering activities
among the student Masons of the Uni-,
versity. Tickets may be secured from
P. E. Gibson, '17P.

Are the colors on your
shirts woven? We have
a beautiful display of
"woven color" shirts,
patterned for young men,
an d made of material
that will last. Get your
supply before the good
patterns are gone, be-
cause these shirts are
right.
$1.50 and up.
Wagner & Company
State Street-At Liberty
Established 1848

Guy Voyer and ladies present a mu-
sical comedy at the Majestic the lat-
ter part of this week. Voyer is par-
ticularly funny and kept last night's
audience laughing at every appear-
ance.
The La Salle quartet won applause
with a singing special1o, and the
Sheriff's Posse in comedy antics drew
several encores. The title of the
farce, "It's Up to You, John Henry,"
amply fits the many difficult situations
into which John Henry, and his side-
kick "Bunch" get in and out of during
,the action of the piece.
Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wild
Co., Leading Merchant Tailors State
St.
Delta Cafe open during Spring vaca-
tion.-adv.

Safer Than
has often been remarked when talking of
K. N. & K. TRAVELERS' CHECKS
Experienced Travelers Use Them
Checks not countersigned may be replaced if lost.
Convenient for the college man tray- Considering the protection afforded,
eling individually or with his team, their cost is insignificant.
Denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100 at apremium of SOe.
on one hundred dollars' worth.
Get them from your local bznk or write for full particulars.
Kiaut4LNGEWob& YKu RCT
EQUITABLE BUILDING NEW YORK CITY

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sts should be signed today. I

arrangements for Spring va- Make arra
board at Delta Cafe. Phone ion board
-Adv. 817-.-Adv.

ngements for Spring va-
at Delta Cafe. Phone

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