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4 Weeks in Detroit
$7,000,000,000 BOND] BILL GOES
BEFORE LOWER HOUSE MONDAY
Treasury to Putt War Loan Into Op-
eration as:Soon as Bill
Washington, April 20.-With minor
changes suggested by Secretary Mc-
Adoo the amendments to the $7,000,-
000,000 bond bill were agreed upon
by the house and senate committees
today. The'bill will go to the house
The government will not wait the
60 days or more required to put in op-
eration the vast war loan, but when
the bill is passed will at once issue
treasury certificates maturing June 30
in order immediately to start the in-
coming flow of gold to finance the
war, Secretary of the Treasury Mc-
Adoo announced today.
SCHEDULE IS COMPLETE FOR
SPRING TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Plans have been completed and a
schedule-drawn up for the spring ten-
nis tournament of the University Ten-
All the first round singles are to be
played off by Tuesday night and all
doubles by Thursday night. Informa-
tion on the tournament, which starts
today, can be secured at Moe's sport-
ing goods store. The schedule will be
Flour Sells for Record High Figure
Minneapolis, April 20.-Flour sold
in the Minneapolis market under brisk
demand today at the record high fig-
ure of $12.80 a barrel. Millers said
consumers' demands were responsible.
They placed responsibility on thrifty
American h'ouse wives laying in flour
stock because of the fear of a general
food shortage growing out of the war
situation. The demand for flour was
communicated to the wheat market.
Modify Newspaper Censorship Clause
Washington, April 20.-With slight
modifications tending to soften the
provision for the newspaper censor-
ship clause the espionage section of
the spy bill was adopted by the senate
late today. The bill was laid aside
temporarily but other amendments to
the newspaper censorship clause will
be made when debate on- the bill is
Harvard Professor to Talk on Greece
"Greece, Past and Present; Eco-
nomic Contrasts" is the theme of a
lecture which will be delivered by
Prof. W. S. Ferguson of Harvard uni-
versity at 4:15 o'clock Wednesday aft-
ernoon in the Natural Science auditor-
ium. The lecture, will be illustrated
with lantern slides. The public is in-
Women Knit for
To Provide Men With Comforts Which
Are Omitted from
Providing the 150 boys of the naval
reserves and their officers with knitted
mufflers, wristers, and sleeveless
jackets, comforts which are entirely
omitted from the government outfits,
is the object of a campaign now being
launched among the women of the
University.. Miss Alice Evans, phys-
ical director for women, heads the
movement and is already organizing
the various groups of women with a
view to this end.
Newberry residence, where the work
was first started, has responded
heartily and about two dozen com-
plete sets have been promised by the
girls there. Miss Evans urges that
each group of girls elect a chairman
to communicate with her concerning
materials and directions for making.
She is prepared to do all the purchas-
ing and has already ordered 400
skeins of yarn.
No girl need hesitate to undertake
part of the work because of ignorance
of the art of knitting. Miss Evans
herself will give lessons to all com-
ers, many Ann Arbor women have
offered their services as teachers, and
Dean Myra B. Jordan will give in-
struction at 3 o'clock every Tuesday
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium
where Red Cross supplies are also be-
ing made under the direction of Eliza-
beth Hall, '18.
Those who have no time to knit can
aid the work by giving money to be
used in the purchase of the yarn which
is daily going up in price. Between
five and six skeins are required for
one set and at present the price is 60
cents a skein. Three skeins go into
the jacket, two into the muffler, and
less than one for a pair of wristlets.
Syracuse: Syracuse plans to have
20 men doing ambulance service at
the front in France by July 1. The
Syracuse men will be joined with sim-
ilar student units, and their term of
service will last until Jan. 1, 1918.
Mt. Union: Application has been
made to the war department for a reg-
ular army officer to take charge of
the training of the "rookie" squad
that is drilling on the campus daily.
The squad now numbers more than
Case: Seven Case men will leave
Monday to join the mosquito fleet off
the Atlantic coast. The government
will try to arrange for the boys to be
in the crew of the same boat.
Illinois: The policies of the Uni-
versity of Illinois during the present
war crisis were outlined by President
James in a speech before a mass meet-
ing of 5,000 students. Every student
more than 21 years of age was urged
to enlist in the reserve officers' train-
ing corps, those under that age were
advised to stay with their studies.
Announce Union Dance Chaperones
Prof. Hugh M. Beebe and Mrs. Bee-
be, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Heath
will chaperone the Michigan Union
dance tonight. Those serving on the
committee this week are: Hugo E.
Braun, '19L, chairman; Travis T. Beal,
'17, Fayette L. Froemke, '18, and
Charles V. Hicks, '19.
Fresh Lits Will Drill This Afternoon
Fresh lits meet at Waterman gym-
nasium this afternoon for an hour of
drill. This will be the first drill held
under the new military board of the
freshman class. The hour of drill will
be from 4 to 5 o'clock.
Field to Speak at Baptist Church
"The Investment of a Life," will be
the subject of an address to be given
in the Baptist church Sunday morn-
ing by Dr. J. N. Field, the founder and
president of the University of Red-
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seats $1 G A RR ICK Nights
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The New Comedy with Music
"His Little Widows"
8iiaws at s:Ro; t:#o; iae.; :,'si
zac Unb'ss terwiae S9efci 1,4
Sat.-2 i-Alice Joyce and Harry
Morey in "The Courage of Silence" ;
Mrs. VernondCastle in "Patria." 1c
Mon.-Tues.-d'ied. - 23-24-25 - Mary
Pickford in "A Poor Little Rich
Girl." (Extra school children's mat-
inee at 4 :30) ; children, oc; adults,
matinees, i5c; evenings, 25c. Mon-
day 23, under the auspices of the
Matinees, 2:oo-3:30; Evening, 8:45,
Sat.-2i-Frank Keenan in "The
Crab." Also Triangle Comedy, "The
Road"Agent." Evening ic.
Sun.-Mon.-22-23-1annie Ward in
"The Winning of Sally Temple"
Also Holmes Travels.
Tues.-24-Constance Talmadge is
"The Girl of the Timber Claims."
Also Triangle Comedy, "Won By a
Foot." Evening 1sc.
Clara Kimball Young
"THE SAVAGE INSTINCT"
Also "Lonesome Luke's
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Prof. F. N. Scott Selected Head of
At the recent conference of the
American Association of Teachers of
Journalism, Prof. Tred N. Scott was
elected president for the coming year.
Seventy-five teachers attended the
conference, among them Prof. J. R.
Brumm and Mr. Lyman Bryson, both'
of the rhetoric department.
OHIO STUDENTS TO RECEIVE
CREDIT FOR WORK ON FARMS
Columbus, O., April 20.-Students
of Ohio State university in good stand-
ing can receive credit for the entire
semester's work by taking positions
on farms. The faculty passed a mo-
tion to this effect at a special meeting
The work must be agricultural and
for food production. The student must
go into immediate service and remain
at it until August 31.
Yale to Have Mobile Hospital Unit
New Haven, Conn., April 20.-Yale
is to found a mobile hospital unit, the
first to be established in the United
States. The hospital will carry with
it the clinical faculty and students as
a medical personnel. It will be avail-
able for the use of either the army or
the navy and will cost a total of more
J. L. Cook, '14, Dies at Fenton
Word has been received of the death
of John Lester Cook, '14, which oc-
curred yesterday at Fenton. Since his
graduation, Cook has been located in
Detroit. He was a member of Phi
Kappa Sigma fraternity.
To Publish Prof. F. N. Scott's Address
"The Congress of Letters," an ad-
dress which was given by Prof. Fred
N. Scott of the rhetoric department!
before the annual conference of Phi:
Beta Kappa at the University of Mis-
souri, will be published by the Uni-
versity of Missouri soon.
Matinee and Night
SEATS NOW SELLING
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11 NICKELS ARCADE
WHAT'S GOING ON
Torpedo Actually Fired
Ship Ruthlessly Sunk
NOTHING LIKE IT ON EARTH
Dramitized at the Bottom of the
Ocean by Williamson.
BE SURE AND
THE FIGHT WITH SHARKS
2,000 Actors Under Water
JUST WHAT JULES VERNE
PREDICTED 40 YEARS AGO IS
NOW A REALITY
Prices: Matinees 25c
Nights 25, 35, 50c,
POPULAR PRICE MATINEE
11 o'clock-Mr.-W. T. Ingraham of
the government army plant speaks in
room 303 Chemistry building on "Mili-
2:30 o'clock-Catholic student dance
at Packard academy.
7 o'clock-Moeting of Upper Room.
Bible class at 444 South State street.
7:30 o'clock-Craftsmen club meet-
ing in Masonic temple.
8 o'clock-Grad club dance in Bar-
8 o'clock-Mr. John Dewey lectures
in Natural Science auditorium on
"Education for Democracy."
11:50 o'clock-Mr. Frank De fine
talks to city planning class at Con-
6:30 o'clock -- Unitarian society,
meets at the Unitarian church.
6:30 o'clock-Prof. W. R. Humph-
reys addresses Plymouth Round Table
at Congregational church.
The University band will meet at 7
o'clock Sunday night in Lane hall.
Junior engineers will drill at 2
o'clock today at the Engineering butc-
Fresh lits will meet for drill at 4
o'clock today at the Waterman gym-
Rehearsal of French play, all parts,
at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Szfrah Cas-
well Angell hall.
Soph Lits to Drill Monday Aftertoon
Another drill for soph lits will be
held at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon
in front of the gymnasium. , About 60
members of the class met this after-
noon and preparations have been made
to handle the entire male quota of the
class Monday. Competent drill masters
will be secured.
Object to Freight Rate Increase
Washington, April 20. - Shippers
from all sections through representa-
tives today demanded of the interstate
commerce commission that they be
heard before the commission grants
the proposed 15 per cent freight rate
increases asked by the railroads to
cover additional expenses which are
the result of the eight-hour law.
Vastly increased earnings of the
railroads, they contend, greater than
ever in history, place the railroads in
a position to bear at least part of the
burden in spite of their plea of an
Special discount to class baseball
teams. Cushing's PharmaVy.-Adv.
Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wild
Co., Leading Merchant Tailors. State
Delta Cafe-Finest one dollar ban-
quet in city.-Adv. 19-212