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Spring Time isBuying Time
College men want smart, snappy styles. They want quality, a
large range and variety to choose from, and SERVICE. You get quality,
quantity and service when you buy of us.
$17.00 AND MORE
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invest your earnings. Dividends
er less than 6 per cent. Money
ned at lowest rates.-Adv.
'he Delta-Connor's Ice Cream.

Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place,
i11 E. William St. Stf
Jefferson Billiard Hall. Baseball
service.-Avd. 19-21-22
Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and
sized without injury. Koch & Herine. ft

TO HOLD EXAINTIONS
FOR N YPAYMASTERS
SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY OFFERED
FOR UNIVERSITY MEN
MAY 15
Competitive examinations will be
held at navy yards throughout the
country on May 15 for appointments
as assistant paymasters in the Unit-
ed States navy. The examination is
open to all candidates without any
restrictions and will be. conducted on
a strictly merit basis.
The rank of an assistant paymaster
is that of ensign and his pay at sea is
$1,870 a year and on shore duty he
receives $1,700. Promotions are made
through successive grades up to and
including pay director, with the rank
of rear admiral.
In order to obtain candidates of the
highest caliber, only such men will be
examined as have received permission
from the bureau of navigation, to
which bureau applications for ap-
pointment should be made in hand-
writing. Letters of commendation
from former employers, teachers, and
those who know the candidate person-
ally should accompany the application.
The openings for assistant paymas-
ter -n the navy present a special op-
portunity for college students and
graduates. The examination is of a
general nature including 10 subjects.
Further details may be obtained from
Registrar A. G. Hall.
C0MPLETE REGIMENT OF
1,200 MEN TO BE DRILLING
ON FERRY FIELD NEXT WEEK
(Continued from Page One)
conducting a course in the use of the
automobile for military purposes.
Under charge of Prof. J. A. Bursley
a course in the care of military stores
is being given. This takes up the
proper methods of storage and ac-
counting.
Prof. H. S. Sheppard is teaching a
course in signals. The use of the
telephone and the wireless telegraph
in war time is studied.
Another subject under the military
engineering series is the one in rail-
way transportation, which deals with
quick methods of building and destroy-
ing railroads. This course is given by
Prof. H. E. Riggs of the civil engineer-
ing department.
Prof. W. C. Hoad of the department
of sanitary engineering is conducting
a course in sanitation. This is offered
primarily for students in the sanitary
engineering department.
Full information as to the details of
the work, the hours at which the
courses are given, credit received, and
eligibility of students who desire to
enroll may be obtained from the pro-
fessors in charge of the work.
GIVE ORDERS ESTABLISHING
RESERVE OFFICERS' CAMPS
Washington, April 18.-Orders for
establishing intensive training camps
for the officers' reserve corps in the
army department were issued today
by the war department. The general
plan is to train the reserves three or
four months, when they will be full
fledged officers, and then place many
of them at training recruits.

P Mat.sWed GAR-t$W
seats $ ARRIK
DETROIT

Wk.April i6
Nigh is
go to $2.00

The New Comedy with Music
"His Little Widows"
ARCADE
Shows at 3:ee; 6:3e; E:se; 97
Pae Unless tbafwisae aseciased.
Tues.-Wed.-17-i8-Anita Stewart in
"The Girl Philippa." (8 reels).
Mat., 5sc; eve., 25c.
Thurs.-ig9-Virginia Pearson in- "Sis
ter Against Sister," and cartoon.
Fri.-2o--Viola Dana in "The Mortal
Sin"; Drew ,Comedy, ("Awakening
of Helen Minor"). 15c
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2-00-3:30; Evening, 645,
3: rS. 9:_o.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Thurs.-Fri.19-2o-Theodore Roberts
in "The American Consul.' Also
P~aramiount Comnedy'.
Sat.-2z-F rank IKeenan in "The
Crab." Also Triangle Coi iedy, "The
Sun.-Mon.- -23-Fannik s rd in
"TeWining of Sally~ Temple."
Also Holmes Travels.
Spring Has
Ready
FOR YOUR
INSPECTION
The ONLY place in Ann Arbor
to get REAL Hat Service.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cot. Packard and State

ROI COOPER MEGRUE'S SPARKLING COMEDY
After a Half-Year New York Run
-a Belasco Theater Comedy Hit
With the Entire Original Production and Cast,
Including Intact

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PRESS THE BULB
OR BLOW IT. 9WAYS
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WHITNEY THEATRE

THURSDAY, APRIL 19

A BELASCO SUCCESS!
DAVID BELASCO Presents
6Se6uhalce

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

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PRICES:

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THE STORY THAT GIPS THE HEART OF THE ENTIRE NATION
AT THIS VERY MOMENT
JULE VERENE'
SUBMARINE ROMANCE

.aturday, April.2
Matinee and Night

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DRAMATIZED 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

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THIS WIERD AND )IYSTENIOUS LOOKING PICTURE THE ONLY
ONE OF ITS KIND. EVER
TAKEN

hOLD FIRST FRESH LIT
COMPANY DRILL

TODAY

A,$2.00
Show at

Submarine

The first fresh lit company drill
will be held this afternoon from 4 to
5:30 o'clock. Assembly will be in
front of the Library if the weather
permits and if not in the basement of
Waterman gymnasium.
Major C. E. Wilson has consented
to take charge of the company at the
regular Wednesday night drill. If
classes conflict oetlier arrangements
will be made.
Vote on Verein Candidates Tomorrow
Forty candidates for membership
will be voted upon by the Deutscher
Verein at the society's meeting at 8
o'clock tomorrow night in the Verein
rooms. Because of interference of
other activities, the meeting has been
postponed from the regular night,
Thursday, to Friday. All the candi-
dates have been approved by the ex-
ecutive board.

WHAT'SG 01 G ON
Today
4, o'clock--Law students meet in
front of Law building.
7:30 o'clock-Bird club meeting in
room 355 Natural Science building.
7:30 o'clock--Ann Arbor Rifle club
meeting in city Y. M. C. A.
7:30 o'clock-Mortarboard meeting
at Alpha Phi house, 814 South Uni-
versity.
8 o'clock-Junior Girls' play in,
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Tomorrow
4:15 o'clock-Prof. P. A. F. Appel-
boom speaks in Natural Science audi-
torium on "Holland and Her People."
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi-Alpha Nu
fresh debate in Alpha Nu rooms.
8 o'clock-Deutscher Verein meet-
ing in Verein rooms.
8 o'clock-Hobart Guild dance in
Harris hall.
U-Notices
Choralnion rehearsal at 7 o'clock
tonight at School of Music.
All pre-medics will report at 4:15
o'clock today in front of the Medical
building for their first drill.
The engineering band will rehearse
at 7:15 o'clock tonight in room 348
Engineering buildii+.
. All soph lits interested in military
training turn out at 7 o'clock tonight
at Waterman gymnasium.
Attention Senior Engineers: Class
canes have arrived. Wagner & Co.-
Adv. 19

Return Engagement

SEAT SALE THURSDAY, APRIL 19
10A.M.

Last chance tosee ti
of Youth

Prices

POPULAR PRICE MATINEE

White collar attached, self-
Sint s striped light weight
Liberty at 6bb

PRICES-Matinees: Mailn Floor and Balcony, 25c. Nights-Main
Floor, 50c; Balcony, 25c and 35c.
BOX OFFICE OPEN FROM NOON TILL 9:30.

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