THE MICHIGAN DAILY
M hJ. A KR G.i T
8 Inch height
Amatuer Finishing to a Reliable Photographer
who has an established ro putat' u and you will be assured of
Results that will not be a disap pointment.
719 N~. LUniversity Av
Estab iisihed 1905, andc
G9rowin~g iig~r and better evory day.
WHAT'S GGtLA ON
We hive unsurpassed .accomodations for group photographs
1546-48 Broadway New York, N.Y
5-Q Perfect Portraitures
r * T "Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
((U fessional Way.
610 B. Liberty St.
PHRO NE 948-WI
Spring Time is Buying Time
College men want smart, snappy styles. They w~ant quality, a
large range and variety to choose from, and SERVICE. You get quality,
quantity and service when you buy of us.
$17.00 AMD MORE
Ward's. Kiassy Kut Kiothes
7:30 o'cloctL -d. lrX Woodruff, '08L,
speaks on the advertising agency in
modern business in room 162 Natural
4 o'clock-Special meeting of the
junior engineering class in room 348
of Engineering building to discuss
military training. All interested in the
military organization of the class are
urged to be present.
8 o'clock-Dr. Mees of the Eastman
Kodak company lectures in Chemical
Cerele Fraincais rehearsals for the
first act start at 4 o'clock today in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Henri,
Baptiste, Claudine, Solange, Paul, and
Marthe will report at 4 o'clock; Thir-
ion, Colomba, Prosper, Busonier, and
Vanhove will report at 4:15. Clarisse
and Suzanne will report at 4:30
Subs Sink Ships Outside Zone
Christiania, via London, April 16.-
Seamen saved from the torpedoed Dan-
ish ships Nanzy and Saxo have re-
ported to the Danish consulate in Ber-
gen that the ships were sunk 42 miles
from land and four miles outside the
Reports from Vadsoe indicate that
U; e northern Norwegian coast services
are seriously interrupted by the Ger-
man blockade. The companies fear it
may be necessary to stop coastal traf-
fic unless the situation is amellorated.
Alumnni Hall to Have Military Burean
During this week a military informa-
tion bureau will beo;maintained in the
office of the alumni secretary in Me-
morial hall. The bureau will be open
from 10 o'clock a. in. until 12 and
from 1 :30 until 3 o'clock p. mn., and
all information in regard to military
affairs and training will be given out
to those interested.
There i8 opportunity in The Michi-
gan Daily Ads. Read them.
Try The Daily for service.
Bop tMSat Wed l Nflf X .i i
CK 50 to $2.00
The New Comedy with Music
"His Little Widows"
''cs.-Wed.---17-i 8-Anita Stewart in
"'the Girl Philippa." (8 reels).
Mtat., 15c; eve., use.
']'Burs.-i9g-Virginia Pearson in "Sis
ter Against Sister," and cartoon.
Fr-20- -Viola D~ana in "The Mt:ortal
Sin"; Drew Comedy, ("Awakening
of Helen Minor"). 5Ce.
atnp,2- 00-3:30. Evening, 6:45,
Satur days-Holidays continuous.
Tues.-=7-W~ilfred L~ucas in "Jim
ludso." Also Triangle Comedy, "A
Male Governess." Evening 15c.
Wed.--i8-Douglas Fairbanks in "The
Lamb." Also Keystone Comedy.
Thurs.-Fri.-z 9-20-Th'leodore Roberts
in "The American Consul." Also
Sheehan & Co.
ANN ARBOR - DETROIT
-" IF YOU FlLJJSSE OR CARRY
rerFOUNTAIN PEN T
PRESS THlE BU LB
OR BLOW IT. WAYS
Saturday, April 2
Matinee and Night
'.W. ALLEN, Manager
118 E. lHuroni Street
:lave your shoes full-soled in leath-
or Neolin. We specialize in this
rk. 0. G. Andress. 220 So. State. 13-6
Dancing classes and private lessons
the Packard Academy. . t
Patronize Daily Advertisers.
Canadians Reciprocate on Provisions
Ottawa, Ontario, April 16.-The
placing of wheat, flour, senelina, and
other wheat products on the free list
was officially announced this afternoon
following a meeting of the cabinet
counsel. The effect of this action is
to open the market of the United
States to the Canadian products by
taking advantage of the reciprocal
provision of the American tariff on
Emil P. Low Visits in Ann Arbor
Emil P. Low, '07-'11E, of Buffalo ,N.
Y., returned to Ann Arbor for a few
days' visit last week.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.
The ONLY place in Ai~n Arbor
to get REAL Hat Service.
FACTORY IfHAT STORE
617 Packard N ext to the Delta
Cor. Packard M'nd Suite
Thursday, April 19
3-7-9 P. M.
2 Months in New York
4 Weeks in Detroit
Lecture on "Tito(Getting of Wisdom"
"The Getting of Wisdom" will be
the subject of a talk to be-delivered
before the University of Michigan sec-
tion of the American Chemical society
by Dr. C. E. K. Mees of the research
laboratory of the Eastman Kodak com-
pany. The meeting will be held at 8
o'clock tomorrow evening in the
amphitheater of the Chemical build-
Stuident Is Youngest Clerk in State'
Clifford Ham, ex-'19, has been ap-
pointed city clerk of Pontiac at the
age of 24 years and claims the dis-
tinction of being the youngest clerk
in the state of Michigan. Mayor R. J.
Lounsbury recently resigned and City
Clerk L. A. Cambrey was made mayor
by the city conmmission. Han? was
formerly deputy clerk.
Last chance to see-this
POPULAR PRICE MATINEE
LOCKSMITHIN G---ELECTRIC REPAIRING
SEAT. SALE THURSDAY, 'APRIL 19
ime W. Beh
11 NICKELS ARCADE
THURSDAY, APRIL 19
A BELASCO SUCCESS!
DAVID) BELASCO Presents
Torpedo Actually Fired
Ship Ruthlessly Sunk
NOTHING LIFE IT ON EARTH
Dramatized at the Bottom of the
Ocean by Williamson
ROI COOPER NEG1RUE'S SPARKLING~ COMIED)Y
After a I-alf-Year New York Run
-A Belasco Theater Comedy Hit
With the Entire Original Production and Cost,
Betsy RossHi w t ha
designed tile r w Hswihs
FlgA .J jSj Ispread further
G~eo. lM. CohianU than the Eng.
Made It THEATREfshanag
FIRST AND ONLY SCREEN APPEARANCE OF
AMERICA'S GREATEST COMEDIAN
IN AN ADAPTATION OF HIS OWIN BEST AD
BE SURE AND
-50c t0 $2.00
SEATS NOW SELLING
THE FIGHT WITH SIBARS
2,000 Actors Under Water
JUST WHAT JULES VERNE
PREDICTED 40 YEARS AGO IS
NOW A REALITY
White collar attached, self-
striped. light weight
His face is
l an in time
3--7--S-5:30 P. M.
Liberty at 60
SPECIAL MUSICAL SCORE OF GEO. IV. COHiAN'S OWN COMPOSITIONS