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duced Rations Cause Unrest appears that the reduction has caused
enhagen, via London, April 17. great discontent among workmen, and
educed bread ration in Germany even threats to retaliate by strikes.
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WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING F R
M ASOETHURS
3 DAYS COM. T HU RS. Ma T

PROFESSORS TO FARM
II Faclly Men to 'nie Up Rural Pro-
fession This Summer
Fourteen professors of the Univer-
sity have turned gentleman farmers
and will raise beans and potatoes this
summer on the farm owned by Dr. H.
S. Mallory of the rhetoric department.
The idea originated with Dr. Mal-
lory in connection with the "back to
the farm" movement. The spring
plowing was done on the communistic
plan and the land distributed by lots.
The farm has been divided into plots
containing about three-fourths of an
acre each.
The only condition made by Dr. Mal-
lory in offering the land to the profes-
sors is that they leave the ground in
condition for raising alfalfa in the
[all.
The facult members who are to
have gardens are Prof. J. R. Brumm,
Prof. T. E. Rankin, Mr. H. L. Sense-
man, Mr. M. C. Wier, Mr. B. G. Grim,
Mr. E. S. Everett, and Mr. R. W. Cow-
'len of the rhetoric department, Dr. H.
W. Emerson of the Medical college,
Prof. E. H. Kraus of the mineralogy
department, Prof. E. R. Sunderland
and Prof. J. B. Waite of the Law
school, Mr. C. J. Coe of the mathe-
malies (departme, and Prof. Peter
Feld and Prof. J. R. Nelson of the
engineering college.
POUR LAST FLOOR
w Union Forms Nearly Completed;
Material Shortage Delays Work
Concrete will be poured early this
morning for the last of the new Mich-
ivan Union floor forms, only a few
yards remaining to be laid last night.
- The work of heightening the walls
on the north and east sides to the
level of the finished wall on the south
and of filling gravel in behind the con-
crete has been begun. An air flue
eight feet square remains to be built
at the west end of the sub-basement.
The swimming pool floor will be start-
strate this eek. W hen finished the
pool will be 75 feet long and 35 feet
wide, with the depth varying from four
feet at the west end to nine feet at
the east.
Delayed by a shortage of steel re-
inforcing and cement, the , Hauser,
Owens & Ames company were unable
to finish their contract by April 1.
With favorable weather the entire
basement "rill be completed before
May 1.
UOW COLLEGE STUDENTS
MAY AID GOVERNMENT
(Continued from Page One)
service which the students of Yale can
render to their country at this time
is by fitting themselves to be commis-
sioned officers as part of a permanent
system of national defense already in-
augurated here and at other univer-
cities by the war department."
Information concerning applications
for the officers' reserve corps may be
obtained by writing to the war depart-
ment, 509 Federal building, Chicago,
11.
CORNELL HAS 3 DIFFERENT
MILITARY TRAINING CORPS
Cornell is preparing for war on a
scale that is setting the pace for other
institutions. In addition to the regu-
lar work of the reserve officers' train-
ng corps and the cadet corps, mii-
tary drill for undergraduates who wish
to-take part in it will be held three
times daily in periods of three hours
each.
The object of the additional training

is to offer a greater opportunity for
students to become officers. The first
' o organi ations are limited in num-
ber of members. More than 875 stu-
dts have signed up for government
service. The navy is most popular,
zich has attracted 320 men. The
army enrollment is 107, while 50 will
work with the ambulance corps. Many
irnore have offered their services in
industrial pursuits.
P< ,T ERS FOR FRENCH. PLAY
TO APPEAR ON CAMPUS SOON
Designed like the typical French
opera' poster, the posters advertising
Victorian Sardou's "Les Pattes de
Mouche," the French play to be pre-
sented by the Cercle Francais April

A C A L: D E
Tnes.-Wed.-17-18-Anita Stewart in
"The Girl Philippa." (8 reels).
flat., 15C; eve., 25c.
Thnrs.--r9 -ViKinia Pearson in "Sis
ter Against Sister," and cartoon.
fri. -o-viola Dana in "The Mortal
Sin"; Drew Comedy, ("Awakening
of I Iclen Minor"). 15c.
Saturd, ys-Holidays continuous.
Wed.--1S-Douglas Fairbanks in "The
Lamb." Also Keystone Comedy.
]>vening 13G.
Thurs.- Fri.-19- o-Theodore Roberts
in "The American Consul." Also
]Paranionnt Comedy.
Sat.-21--Vrank Keenan in "The
Crab." Also 'T'riangle Comedy, "The
Road Agent." Evening 15e.
Goodhev 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.

Fopa. ' at. Wed c p D K k. Aprig _a 1gt
cO to $2,00
U -T R01 T
The New Comedy with Music
XHis Little Widows"

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ROI COOPER MEGRUE'S SPARKLING COME DY
After a Half-Year New York Run
-a Ielasco Theater Comedy Hit
With the Eijtire Original Production and Cast,
Including Intact

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ANN ARBOR - DETROIT

Frank Craven
Harry Leighton
Charles Brokate
Lee Metford
Carroll McComas
Marion Abbott
Emily Callaway
Sarah Shields

Anne Meredith
Beverly West
Alice Carroll
Mildred Post
Haywood Ginn
John Butler
Frank Morgan
and others

WHITNEY THEATRE
THURSDAY. APRIL '9
A BELASCO SUCCESS!
DAVID BELASCO Presents

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GEORGE M. C0HA N

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SEATS NOW SELLING

PROMPT SERVICE, FULL SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS

in his
First Photoplay Adapted
From His Biggest-
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THREE SHOWS DAILY

3-7-9 P. M.

It is on this basis that we do business.
ARCADE JEWELER
CARL F. BAY

"B R O A D WA Y J ON ES "

HSTORY THAT GRIPS THE HEART OF THE ENTIRE NATION
AT THIS VERY MOMENT
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matinees - -
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26, will appear on the campus
about town tomorrow.

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D1)AMATIZED AT THE BOT-
TOM OF THE OCEAN
By the Williamson Inventions
Played to capacity houses at
the Washington Theatre for four
weeks recently.

NOW PLAYING IN NEW YORK
AND CHICAGO INDEFINITELY

[S WIERD AND MYSTERIOUS

LOOKING PICTURE TILE ONLY

Names of the members of the cast
who have the leading roles are printed
in large type on the posters, the size
of the type indicating the importance
of the particular role in the play. The
color scheme is red, black, and white.
WHAR'S OHG ONJ
Today
3:30 o'clock-Dr. F. O. Northey lec-
tures to Prescott club in room 165
Chemistry building.
4 o'clock-Special meeting of the
junior engineering class in room 348
Engineering building to discuss mili-
tary training.
4:30 o'clock-Class baseball man-
agers meet in athletic office.
7:30 o'clock-Round-Up club meet-
ing at the Michigan Union.
8 o'clock-Dr. C. E. K. Mees of the,
Eastman Kodak company lectures in
Chemical amphitheater.
Tomorrow
7:30 o'clock-Ann Arbor Rifle club
meeting in city Y. M. C. A.
U-Notices
Fresh lits meet at 4 o'clock today In;
front of Library for class military
drill.
There will be a rehearsal of the Or-
atorical association play at 4 o'clock
today in University Hall.
The enfire cast of "Les Pattes de
Mouche" will rehearse at 4 o'clock to-
day in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place,
611 E. William St. 5tf

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Sturday, April 2
Matinee and Night
Return Engagement
of
Last chance to see this
everlasting Comedy
of Youth

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Prices

-Matinees: Main Floor and Balcony, 2 .

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Floor, 54c; Balcony, 25c and 3Se. Seats Now on Sale.

Tennis Rackets and Balls.
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SEAT SALE THURSDAY, APRIL 9
10 A.M.

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