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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer
who has an established reputation and you will be assured of
Results that will not be a disappointment. -

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TEstablished 1905, and
Growing bigger and better every day.
Pop. Mat. Wed fWk. April 2
INTELGENCE BUREA Best. Meat Wed T Q Nights
Best Seats $I ORfl 50 to $2.00
INTELIGENC HII TROIT
PICKS COMMITTEE HEADS EMMA DUNN In
_OLD LADY 31"
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APPOINTED CHIEF OF
STAFF CORPS
President Harry B. Hutchins has
been appointed chief of the staff corps
of the local branch of the intercol-
legiate intelligence bureau by the exe-
cutive committee of the local organ-
Iization.
The other corps chiefs which were
appointed are: Deans Victor C.
Vaughan of the Medical school, Henry
M. Bates of the Law school, Dean John
R. Effinger of the literary college,
Prof. S. Lawrence Bigelow of the
chemical department, Prof. I. Leo
Sharfman of the economics depart-
ment, Prof. Philip Bursley of the
French department, Mr. Lyman Bry-
son ofstherhetoric department, and
Professors Lewis M. Gram and Joseph
A. Bursley of the engineering depart-
ment.
Chiefs of the smaller divisions will
be appointed soon. Corps chiefs held
a meeting yesterday afternoon for the
purpose of perfecting an internal or-
ganization. Frank M. Bacon, '02, state
director of the bureau, will begin or-
ganizing branches in the various col-
leges of the state during the coming
week.

ARCADE
Fri.-6-Mme. Petrova in "The Secret
of Eve" and Drew Comedy, ("High
Cost of Living.") 15c.
Sat.-7-Benjamin Christie in "Blind
Justice," and Mrs. Vernon Castle in
"Patria" (9 reels). Shows at 3 :oo,
6:30, 8:30. 15c.
Mon.-9--Ella Hall in "Her Soul's In-
spiration," and Christie Comedy.
'cues.--i o-Mlary Mcharen in "The
Mysterious Mrs. M.," and Christie
Comedy.
Wed.-i i-Nazimova in "War Brides"
(Rtet.) i~c.
Thurs.--2--June Caprice in "A Child
of the Wilds," and Christie Com-
edY. i~c.
Fri.- 1 -M abel Taliaferro in "The
Barricade"; Faigman Comedy. i~c.
Sat.-14-Edith Storey and Antonio
Morenio in "Money Magic", and
Mrs. Ver(;h Castle in "Patria." ise.
Mon-16-1-far-old Lockwood and May
Allison in "Pidgin Island" (Ret.),
and Christie Comedy.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:43,
8:x5. 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuons.
Friday - 6 - Vivian Martin ill
"The Wax Model." Also Paramount
Comedy. Evening 15c.
Sat-7-Dorothy Dalton in "Chicken
Casey." Also Triangle Comedy, "A
Grab Bag Bride." Evening 15c.
Sun. -Mon.-8-9-Sessue Hayakawa in
Each To His Kind." Also Holmes
Travels.

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Get your shoes flxecd at Pauls Place,
61 E. William St. 5t1
I can duplicate any lens. J. L.
Chapman, Optrometrist and Jeweler,
Dancing classes and pti a= lessons
at the Packard Acadery tt

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U-NOTICES
Because of some misunderstanding
it was announced again that the
South State street battalion was lim-
ited exclusively to the State street fra-
ternities. All men living or taking
meals in the vicinity are welcome and
are invited to attend the drills which
are held from 12:25 o'clock to 12:55
o'clock on Monday, Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Friday.- Commanding Of-
ficer.
The chemical laboratory will be
open during vacation for seniors.
All squad leaders who have not
turned in their muster rolls will please
turn them in to Haynes or Brazell be-
tween 1 and 4 o'clock Friday in room
337 Engineering building.
. All students who are able are asked
to assist today at the Michigan Union
in the mailing of the intelligence bu-
reau's letters to faculty and alumni.
Sludents are urged to answer and
mail today for return the intelligence
bureau's letters sent out by the Michi-
gan Union.
There is opportunity in The Michi-
gan Daily Ads. Read them.

PROMPT SERVICE, FULL SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
It is on this basis that we do business.
ARCADE JEWELER
CARL F. BAY

Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.
Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
Sunday night luncheon, Delta Cafe,
50c.-Adv.
Make arrangements for Spring va-
cation board at Delta Cafe. Phone
817-M.-Adv.

Nickels Arcade

Phone 152-W

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* MUST RETURN CLUB RIFLES
*
* Rifles issued to members of the'
* University of Michigan Rifle club
* must be returned immediately.
* The order calling in the rifles'
* comes from an officer of the
* United States army and is impera-
* tive.
* The rifles should be returned to'
* the Athletic association offices to-
* day.
* FLOYD A. ROWE,
* Director of Intramural Athletics.
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Liberty at 606

Delta Cafe open during Spring vaca-
tion.-Adv.

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THOS. H. INCE'S $1,000,000.00 SPECTACLE
C;IVILiZATION
MOST DA'RPEC AND ASTOUNDING PICTURE
THE WOLD HAS EVER KNOWN
^~ ENDORSED BY PRESIDENT WILSON

E.nlIstmets Mvay
Surpass Records
An enuistment of Michigan men for
the present war as proportionate to
the University's enrollment of the
Civil war will see all previous records
relegated to the background.
Altogether about 3,000 University of
Michigan men have served the country
in its last three combats. More than
that number are now drilling on the
campus, and from indications more
than that number will come to the aid
of the government when it issues a
call for them.
100 ON OPERA TOUR
Take Sp ecial Train in Detroit for Rest
of Trip
The complete list of cast, chorus,
orchestra, and committeemen who will
make the opera trip was posted last
night on the Union bulletin board.
One hundred men in all will leave
Ann Arbor at 9:35 o'clock Monday
morning for Detroit.
A special train will be made up in
Detroit and will be used -for the rest
of the trip. A book of instructions
is now being prepared and will be
given the men on boarding the train.
It will contain an itinery of the trip
and all the other information neces-
sary.
ANN ARBOR RIFLE CLUB SEEKS
NEW )IEMBERS; TO ENROLL 150
About 70 more members are desired
by the Ann Arbor Rifle club, branch
of the National Rifle Association of
America, in order to increase the en-
rollment to 150. This is a non-mili-
tary organization, though military
training will be afforded the members.
No obligation to the government is in-
curred by joining. As soon as the de-
sired number of members is obtained
an order for rifles will be sent into
Washington.{
The indoor range in the Armory and
the outdoor range on Packard street
have been secured for practice H. G.
Prettyman has been elected president.
For additional information call R. C.
Hussey, secretary, at 2413-R.
Draw Up Absence Rules at Providence
Providence, R. I., April 5.-Rules for
absence from drill have been drawn
up by the faculty committee on mili-
tary training because excessive ab-
sences have held back the progress
of the drill.
Hereafter there will be no excused
absences, and explanations for ab-
sence must be presented in writing.
Attendance at the military lectures is
not taken, but each member is on his
honor to report his absences to, the
platoon leader. Students who violate
the new rules will be dishonorably dis-
charged from their company.
Make arrangements for Spring va-
cation board at Delta Cafe. Phone
817-M.-Adv.
Try The Daily for service.

MAJEST HEATE
WEEK-APRlL 9

SPECIAL MUSIC
Symphony Orchestra
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Matinees
Performanices: Nights -

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7:30 and 9

Matinees
rrLOeS Nights -

- - 25c and 35c
- 25c, 35c, 50c

15 - - PIECES - - 15

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