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WILL Discuss PLANS
FOR FARM EMPLOYMENT
LITERARY FACULTY MAY TAKE
ACTION AT MEETING
Following his attendance at a meet-
ing held in Lansing, Mich., Thursday,
to discuss means of increasing the
general food supply, Prof. William H.
Hobbs, local chairman of the National
Security league, announces that defi-
nite plans are under way for the es-
tablishment of a clearing house be-
tween farmers and students who wish
to do farm work rather than military
duty. A discussion of these plans and
other war matters will be taken up at
a meeting of the literary faculty to
be held at 8 o'clock Monday evening,
Realizing that service in the fields
which produce food for soldier or citi-
zen ranks in importance with service
on the battlefield, the government is
fostering every conceivable plan to
increase food production. Its first
free employment bureau was recently
established in Chicago by the depart-
ment of labor.hThe object ofthis of-
fice is to get the man to the Job as
quickly. as possible without expense.
Orpheum-Fannie Ward in "The
Winning ofSally Temple."
Rae-"The Gods of Fate." Mr.
Majestic - John Mason and
Alma Hanlon in "The Liber-
Arcade-Mary Pickford in "A
Poor Little Rich Girl."
Orpheum-Fannie Ward in "The
Winning of Sally Temple."
Rae-Marguerite Clark in "The
Pretty Sister of Jose." Christy
CULTIVATING THE CLOTHES SENSE-
No way to do it but to see as many clothes as pos-
sible that are excellently made-of well-combined
colors-and of graceful lines.
Coming to the Hutzel Shop often will show you
what to wear and how to wear it.
MLAIN AN) LIBERTY
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AT THE THEATERS
Majestic - Carlyle
and June Elvidge
FOR ELECTRIC REPAIRS
OF ALL KINDS CALL
Washtenaw Electric Shop
The Shop of Quality
if its not Right we make it Right
Phone 273 200 East Washington St.
in "The So-
AT THE GARRICK, DETROIT
.won't forget to ask for
A Connor's Fountain is always near by
The American Law Book Co.
27 Cedar Street
TOPS AND BANDS ARE CURVE CUT
TO FIT THE SHOULDERS' 2 for 30c
CORNELL FACULTY TO
GRANT FAREE LEAVE
ALSO GIVES RESPITE FROM STUD-
IES TO THOSE TRAIN-
Ithaca, N. Y., April 21.-Cornell's
faculty has taken steps toward putting
the university in a position to co-op,?
erate with the government as much
as possible. Farm workers are to be
granted extra privileges, and a prem-
ium is put on extensive military train-
Resolutions were passed by the fac-
ulty at a meeting Wednesday enlarg-
ing the scope of planstadopted in
March to allow -students to enlist. At
that time it was decided to allow all
students enlisting in the military ser-
vice of the country to receive leave of
absence during the time away without
prejudice as to residence, scholastic
standing, or degrees.
The system is now made to apply to
all taking up positions on farms, and
also to those taking military train-
ing at Cornell itself. Each student's
individual case will be considered by
those in charge, and he will be grant-
ed such respite from studies, either
part time or entire, as his work for the
government's benefit demands.
Money Short, No More Campus Shrubs
Owing to a shortage in the appro-
priation for the buildings and grounds
department, there will be no more
shrubs or trees Set out on the campus
this spring. Bare spots and paths
which had begun to appear at the
south of the Chemistry building and at
other places on the campus have been1
dug up and grass seed planted. A new
walk is being laid from Mason hall
to the Law building, and several others
will be put in when the new Library
Rent a good Kodak for 10c today of
Lyndon. Open Sunday from 9:30 tor
12:30 and 1:30 to 4:30 only. Drop
films in chute after hours.-Adv. sun
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.
William Faversham in Bernard
Shaw's comedy, "Getting Married,"
will be at the Garrick theater, Detroit,
for the week commencing April 23.
The play comes from the Booth the-
ater, -New 'York, where it has been
playing to crowded houses for the
last two months.
In the company with Mr. Faver-
sham are Henrietta Crossman, Charles
Crossman, Arleen; Hackett, Edwin
Cushaman, and others.
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This handsome and very convenient t
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Just the thing for a hasty lunch or
Cooks practically any dish you hav
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ut the slightest
The popular price schedule goes
into effect at the Majestic theater to-
morrow. Three shows will be given
every day 'at 3, 7, and 8:30 o'clock.
Today's bill is a triple one. The
show will open with a picture called
"A Day at West Point," showing a
day's training at the greatest military
school in the world.
Thenfeature willabe Carlyle Black-
well in "The Social Leper." In this
production Mr. Blackwell assumes the
role of a man who is accused of mur-
der, but who is innocent of the crime.
He is put through a nerve-racking
third degree that almost brings him
to the point of confessing something
that he has never done. June Elvidge
is seen with Mr. Blackwell and Arthur
Ashley and Evelyn Greeley are in the
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final will be an athletic pro-
including exhibitions by Frank
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For Rent or Sale
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Hats & Caps
WANTED- DETROIT OFFICE Stock
and Bond House is desirous of se-
curing services of live wire, all or
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WANTED-Two seats for May Festiv-
al. First floor prefered, will accept
balcony tickets, if not too far back.
Call 1049-MN. 22
WANTED--Anyone desiring to sell a
Sophomore prom ticket, please call
The attraction for three days start-
ing Monday afternoon will be John
Mason and Alma Hanlon in "The Lib-
ertine," a story of modern life. The
heroine is a young girl who is the
only support of her widowed mothel.
She is forced to choose between mar-
rying a clean- wholesome young man
and a dissipated one. Her choice forms
the plot of the story.
AT THE ARCADE
Next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes-
day, "The Poor Little Rich Girl" with
Mary Pickford as the star, is to be
at the Arcade. This is Mary Pick-
ford's latest Artcraft feature and is
without question one of her very best.
Hamilton e s College
State and VAim
In new Shades and
FOR SALE-War bargain-$100 type-
writer, almost new, $24.50. Owner
leaving for front. School of Short-
hand, 711 N. University. 20-21-22
FOR SALE-An interest in the best
business proposition in the city for
a student who expects to be in
school next year. Phone 910-M. 22-4
FOR SALE-Two full course May Fes-
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in second balcony. Call 357, Blakes-
LOST-Patent leather dancing oxford.
Reward. 723-M, or return to 410 E.
It is one especially well suited to'
the star's character and style of act-
ing. The story and the play seem to
have been worked out in a way espe-
cially suited to please old and young
Soph Lits to Drill Monday Afternoon
Another drill for the soph lits will
be held at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon
in front of the gymnasium. About 60
members of the class met for the first
drill and it is hoped that more will
turn out Monday. Preparations have
been made to handle the entire quota
of the soph class. Competent drill
masters will be secured.
I can duplicate any lena. J. L.
Chapman, Optrometrist and Jeweler.
Tennis rackets and balls. Cushing's
Delta Cafe-Finest one dollar ban-
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1107 So. Univ. 1107
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WANTED- A few more boarders at
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PRIVATE BOARD-$5.00 weekly. 410
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