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MALCOLM'S TAILORING
Just what you want in pattern and quality, is awaiting
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Ji g uill Would
"Fight 'em'' with
Teddy in France
That the spirit of Michigan is close-
ly linked with the spirit of the times
is illustrated by the offer of former
Federal Judge William L. Day, 'OOL,
and his brother Luther Day, '99, of
Cleveland, to serve in France with
Theodore Roosevelt should permission
to raise a division be granted to the
former president.
Judge Day is better known at

E. Liberty St.
Malcolm Block

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FRATERNITIES
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MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway New York, N.Y

Show at 3.04; 4'30 . .;;s
Sat.-2 -Alice Joyce and Harry
Morey in "The Courage of Silence";
Mrs. Vernon Castle in "Patria" ic
Mon.-Tues.-Wed. - 23-24-25 - Mary
Pickford in "A Poor Little Rich
Girl." (Extra school children's mat-
inee at 4:30); children, boc; adults,
matinees, I~c; evenings, 25c. Mon-
day 23, under the auspices of the
Woman's League.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, a:oo-3:3o; Evening, 6:45,
8:iz, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Sun.-Mon.-22-23-Fannie Ward in
"The Winning'ofSally Temple."
Also IHolmes Travels.
T ues.-24-Constance Talmadge in
"The Girl of the Timber Claims."
Also Triangle Comedy, "Won By a
Foot." Evening 15c,
Wed.-25-Beginning the McClure
Series-"The Seven Deadly Sins."
Ann But-dock in "Envy." Also Pathe
Comedy and Pathe News. Evening
I~c.
Rae Theatre
- TODAY =
Greater Vitagraph
"The Gods of Fate"
and
Mr. Jack Comedy
Admission io Cents.

Sheehan & Co.
ANN ARBOR - DETROIT

Perfect Portraitures
"AmateurWork Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.

POP. MAT.
WED.
50c to $z.50
SAT. ,MAT.
soc to $2.00

GARRICK
'DETROIT

Week April 23
Nights soc to
$2.00

61 B. Liberty St.

PHONE 948-W

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Announcement
Extraordinary

ROMPT SERVICE, FULL SATISFACTION
0 OUR CUSTOMERS
It is on this basis that we do business.
ARCADE JEWELER
CARL F. BAY

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All Star Combination
in Bernard Shaw's Greatest Comedy

"Getting Married"

ickels Arcade

Phone 152-W

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LAYS
ESTjt
THREE SHOWS DAILY THREE
Remember the Time
3:00 7:00 and 8:30 o'clock P. M.

Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321

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William Faversham

Henrietta Crosman

0-DAY

oNLY

CARLYLE BLACKWELL--
JUNE ELVIDGE
- in -
"THE SOCIAL LEPER
CAST INCLUDING ARTHUR ASHLEY AND
EVELYN GREELEY
Rushing along to a startling climax, this sensational story
grips with the first flash of the first reel and holds it without
letting go until the last reel ends and the lights flash up. The
acting in this attraction is superb. All the way through the fea-
ture is marked by exceptional class. See it and be supremely
entertained.
"A Day at West Point"
The most Interesting and Timely Picture of Today.
See the Military Tactics Everything Military Shown
ATHLETIC PROGRAM
FRANK GOTCH WILLIE RITCHIE
and other champions.
SEATS......................FIFTEEN CENTS
Three Days Starting Monday Afternoon
WITH JOHN MASON and ALMA HANLON.
See the vilest creature on earth. The man who leaves a trail
of tears behind.

BIG BILL DAY
Michigan as Big Bill Day and is con-
sidered by many to have been Michi-
gan's greatest yell leader. Big Bill
was chosen as the official alumni cheer
leader for the campaign to raise the
required million dollars for the Mich-
igan Union.
BALFOUR AND ALLY COMMISSION
LAND "SOMEWHERE IN AMERICA"
(Continued from Page One)
countries, have suffered from the
cruelties of the most deliberately cruel
of all wars."
Long, Weary Wait
It was a long, weary wait the Am-
erican reception committee had for the
Britishers. The secrecy and mystery
surrounding the details of the recep-
tion were absolute. General Wood,
Admiral Fletcher, Commander Sellers.
and other army and navy officers in
their gold braided uniforms, and As-
sistant Secretary of State Long, in
high silk hat, created a furore in the
rural district where they had been
forced to wait for the last day or so.
In the reception line at the very sim-
ple ceremony which marked the ar-
rival of the Balfour party also were
the British military attache and the
British naval attache.
SUGGESTS VEGETABLE GARDENS
FOR FRATERNITY BACK YARDS
Champaign, Ill., April 21.-The Daily
Illini suggests two plans by which
university students may aid in reliev-
ing the present food crisis. It advises
that all fraternities plant vegetables
in their back yards and adjacent va-
cant lots, and that all who are able
join in groups and cultivate land
wherever it is found vacant and its
use can be obtained.
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. tf
Jefferson Billiard Hall. Baseball
service.-Avd. 19-21-22
Polish your floors with Old English
Floor Wax. Phone 237. C. H. Major
& Co.-Adv.
Try The Daily for service.

Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.
Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 174-M.

Lumsden
Dillman,
Edmund

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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WHAT WOULD YOU CALL
YOUR NEIGHBOR

Today
11:50 o'clock-Mr. Frank De Vine
talks:to city planning class at Con-
gregational church.
2:30 o'clock-Polonia Literary circle
meets in McMillan hall.-
6:30 o'clock - Unitarian society
meets at Unitarian church.
6:30 o'clock-Prof. W. Humphreys
addresses Plymouth Round Table at
Congregational church.
7:30 o'clock-Dr. F. W. Gunsaulus
talks at Hill auditorium.
Tomorrow
4 o'clock-Soph lit drill in front of
Waterman gymnasium.
Ul-Notices
The University band will meet at 7
o'clock tonight in Lane hall.
It is earnestly requested that all lit,
medic, law, and engineering companies
take their assigned places in the line
of march at 7 o'clock tonight, for the
march to Hill auditorium. The vari-
ous organizations will assemble ac-
cording to plans announced in this
paper. Major C. E. Wilson.
The first preliminary physical ex-
amination for admittance to the of-
icers' reserve training camps will be
held at the office of Dr. James H.
Breakey over the Gas office tomor-
row afternoon between 4 and 5 o'clock.
All men who are interested should
take this examination whetherthey
have sent in their applications or not.
SOPH LITS WIN BOWLING
CHAMPIONSHIP FROM J-LITS
The soph lits won the campus bowl-
ing championship yesterday when they
defeated the juniors of the same de-
partment in the final match of the
year. Their- totals were 807, 879, and
753. Brier, Cudlip, Mitchell, Sandford,
and Rowley rolled for the winners.
Joseph, Adams, Robins, Loutit, and
Wilson represented the juniors and
their totals were 771, 797, and 800.
This practically ends bowling for the
year at Michigan.

Charles Cherry

Hilda Spong

Hare, John Harwood, Arleen Hackett, Hugh
George Fitzgerald, Marjorie Eggleston, Mrs.
Gurney, Edwin Cushman, Herbert Belmore.

If he threw $25 to $80 in the river? But you will
lose that much if you fail to

INVESTIGATE

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Guaranteed the same as a new tire and in addition
Guaranteed 3500 Miles

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Service Station
818 S. Main

THE 1-R-S COMPANY
International Rubber
Sales Co.
W. F. LETTS, Manager
SOLE ACENTS FOR
WASHTENAW COUNTY

Phone 432-M
We will in-
spect your tires
free.

YELLOW BONNET TAXI CO.
PHONE 2255

MATINEES 10c

NIGHTS 15c

Thursday-SARAH BERNHARDT in
"MOTHERS OF FRANCE"

Rugs perfectly cleaned, washed, and
sized without injury. Koch & Henne. ft
Do your shades need renewing? Call
237. C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.

The Delta-1917 tennis balls.-Adv.
Estimates on any kind of Painting
or Decorating, cheerfully given. Phone
237. C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.

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My Specialty

ANN ARBOR'S FINEST SHOE SHOP. The Most Modern Shoe Shop in the City
FRED H. RICE SHOE SHOP"
OPPOSITE ORPHEUM THEATRE

Special line of Neolin
Soles.---Get your shoes
resoled before the price
goes up.

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