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atalon 's Universi
to Play Their 1
arvard: cciii final exainina-
s will begin Saturday, April 28,
students who are in the reserve
ers' training corps. Any student
se coflnection with the university
levered by the examinations will
eit his membership in the corps.
ular examinations will be given in
e for the other students.
bilo State: The faculty has passed
lutions permitting students who
be of use in productive agricul-
to withdraw from the university
nce, provided their present stand-
is satisfactory. They will be given
credit for the semester's work.

ties Pre ari * * * * * * * the present time in searching the deep
AT, THE THEATERS for mines.
r W orld W ar The five suits which they wereun-
art l1fcrTODAY * able to secure were in the possession
* of the producers of "Twenty Thousand
Grinnell students, more than 100 men * iajestc-Jtiiles Verne's "Twen- * Leagues Under the Sea." The reason
signed up for military training. * ty 'Thousand Leagues Under * these suits are so valuable in time of
Twenty men have joined a wireless * the Sea." * war is that they have no life lines or
training class which will be conducted * * air tubes attached to them, connecting
by Prof. Lloyd Taylor. j Orpheum-Theodore Roberts in the diver with a vessel on the surface
l_"The American Consul" and * of the sea, directly above him. On his
Paramount comedy. * back the diver who wears these suits
* carries a small tank of oxygen which
staged a mimic battle in Happy Hol- rcade - Viola Dana in"he is concealed beneath his shirt. From
low, near Lafayette, yesterday after- ;Mortal Sin," and Drew corn- * this he draws his pure air. The tank
noon. The corps was divided into two edy. * enables him to remain under the water
forces, Red and Blue. One of the * * indefinitely without suffocating. On
forces held a position, while the other * Rae - Ina Clarid in "The Wild * his back outside of his diver's outfit
attempted to drive them back. Both * oose Chose.". * he wears another tank of compressed
forces were commanded by the regu- * * * * * * * * * * * * * air which he uses to iflate hs suit
lar cadet officers. Another drill of the- whenever he wishes to rise to the sur-
same kind will be given Saturday aft- AT THE WI.TNEY face.
ernoon. "Peg O'My Heart," Cliver Morosco's With this arrangement the divers
____nye t acan work at the bottom of the sea and
nduccesstdyhich recently terminated a
Colgate: A student military band two year 4engagement at the Cort not be detected by the enemy's shits.
is being organized for use in connec- theater, New York, will be at the Their usefulness is vividly depicted
tion with the Colgate battalion. Its Wliitney theater, Saturday, April 21,
membership is largely made up from t afternoon and evening.
members of the regular university The story is an Anglo-Amrican.
band. drama whose chief character, Peg, is 5 LEK 10U IN O ICK UI
an Irsh American girl, American pat-
Colgate: Approximately 560 studentsI iotically, buttIrish in her nature is IW flT
and faculty members have enlisted in he

. ,.

Cornell: The first inidustrial school
be established under the plans of
e educational committee of the coun-
of national defense has been opened
Cornell. Courses in wireless teleg-
phy, military road building, bridge
ilding, etc., are offered.
)berlin: More than 300 Oberlin
n attended the first drill of the
erlin Military school, under the su-
rvision of Major H. F. Loomis. Red
>ss training is being taken by about
college girls. Courses in first aid,
tetics, and preparation for surgical
rssing are offered. University credit
.1 be given for the work.
Aincinnati: Intercollegiate athletics
re suspended at the last meeting
the faculty board of trustees of
dent activities. Gym classes have
m1 transformed into classes for mili-
y drill.
Qt. Union: President McMaster has
'ed -Secretary of War Baker asking
a commissioned officer and equip-
t to give military training to the
dents of Mt. Union. Drill will be
;un at once.
Grinnell: At a mass meeting of

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It

the Colgate detachment of the reserve!a
officers' training corps. Drill was be-
gun during the Easter recess.
Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania's bandI
has been turned into a military organ-
ization, and it is now drilling with the
university battalion. A- call has been
issued for more musicians to increase

taken into a staid British home to be
educated. Here she and her dog,
Michael, are quite a disturbance in
their disregard of the conventionali-
ties.
rThe part of Peg is played by Marion
:entler.
AT THE MAJESTIC
Just how the British government

the membership to 75.

Minnesota: A Red Cross mass meet.
ing has been called for Saturday. At
this meeting girls may sign up for
classes in home nursing and first aid
to the injured.
Cornell: Thirty-three Cornell stu-
dents sailed for Havre, France, Satur-
day, where they will take up active
service in the American field ambu-
lance service. Twenty-two students
will form the Cornell unit.,

sends men to the bottom of the sea to
hunt for mines is one of the revela-
tions made in the film dramatization
of Jules Verne's romance, "Twenty
Thousand Leagues Under the Sea,"
now at the Majestic.
When the European war broke out,
the British government commandeered
all but five of the new model diver's
suits, invented especially for the use
of deep-sea divers who are sent to
hunt mines. The British control the
patent rights and manufacturing of
these suits. They are using them at

CONFERENCE WILL CONSIDER
KEEPING DISEASE FRO1
SOLDIERS
The care of tubercular soldiers and
the prevention of tuberculosis in war
time will be among the questions to
come before the annual conference of
the national association for the study
and prevention of tuberculosis which
will be held May 9, 10, and 11 in Cin-
cinnati. The tuberculosis problem is
attracting special attention at this
critical time on account of the devasta-
tion this disease is causing in the
ranks of the soldiers in Europe.
The Michigan Anti-tuberculosis so-
ciety with headquarters in Ann Arbor,
is co-operating with the other state
societies of this district to make this
meeting one of the most instructive
and beneficial yet held.
Pathological, sociological, clinical,

,.. . ,. 'r ',Gi .. .t . ;<..... I
SCENE FROM "PEG O'MY HEART," AT THE WHITNEY THEATER,
SATURDAY, APRIL 21

and nursing sections are planned for
the Cincinnati conference, the nursing
section being the first one ever con-
ducted in connection with such a meet-.
ing. Among the speakers of national
reputation are: Miss Ella Philips
Crandall, secretary of the national or-
ganization for public health nursing;

Lee K. Frankel, Ph.D., of the Metro-
politan Life Insurance company;
Homer, Folks, secretary State Char-
ities Aid association of New York
City; Miss Fannie F. Clement, super-
intendent of the town and country
nursing service of the American Red
Cross.

. , -

CHRISTINE MILLER

CHASE B. SIKES

GUSTAF HOLMQUIST

MARGARETE MATZENAUER

A. A. STANLEY

Anrk

Arbor

estibal

FREDERICK STOCK

Play

2, 3, 4, 5, 1917

Tickets

ANNA SCHRAM-IMIG

,ETHEL LEGINSKA

Course Tickets on sale up to and including

April 21

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- $4.00

Single Concert Tickets on sale on and after

April

23

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- $1.00

"eichigan's Greatest :usical Event"

WILLIAM WADE HINSHAW

LOIS M. JOHNSTON

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GIOVAN'NI ARTINELLI MORGAN KINGSTON

MAUDE FAY AMELITA GALLI-CURCI LOUISE HOMER

GIUSEPPE de LUCA

RICHARD KEYS BIGGS

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