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(Continued from Page One.)
advised by the war department to urge
these students to remain in school and
pursue their work. Only to extreme
cases should leave of absence be
granted and upon their return the
medical faculty would under all prob-
abilities admit them to the medical
school, without question as to the
credits granted them in the literary
college.
Assistants Should Remain
Regarding undergraduate assistants
in the various departments, Dean Ef-
finger stated that it would be unfair
for them to quit unless their respec-
tive departments could provide to take
care of the work they have been doing.
As a patriotic duty, it was up to the
individual, but the pay to such as-
sistants would end upon their with-
drawal.
The committee on military instruc-
tion and service will hold its next
meeting at 4 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon at which time applications will
be passed on. It is urged that ap-
plicants get their petitions in as early
tomorrow as possible in order to ob-
tain all record cards of those students
applying before the committee con-
venes.
America Must Replace Food
The meeting yesterday was held un-
der the auspices of the food prepared-
ness commission of the National Se-
curity league. Chairman of the com-
mission, Prof. William H. Hobbs, pre-
sided and in his introductory address
he stated that nlions of tons of food
have been sent to the bottom of the
ocean by the submarine menace. /This
food, he said, must be replaced by
America this summer. He also read
a statement by City Forester Ray Bas-
set, that he wants at least 10 men to
do forest workaround Ann Arbor.
These men need not have special train-
ing in forestry due to the nature of
the work.
WHAT'S GOING__ON

ARCAD
5brws at 3c. ; S:3 ; 5:nr; i:s"
Inon.- Tues. -Apr. 3o-Alay z-Theda
Bara in "The Tiger Woman"; car-
to0')e. 15c.
OrpheumTheatre

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SHEEHAN

& Co

TODAY

ATHLETIC

Marguerite Clark
in
"The ]fortune of Life"

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Also Holmes Travels

POP. MAT.
WED.
SOC to $1.$o
SAT. MAT.
soc to $2.o

GARRICK
DETROIT

Week April 30
Nights sc to
$2.oo

GOODS

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H. F. GAYLORD,

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Rae Theatre
= TODAY
CHAS. RICHMAN
in
"The Hero of Submarine
A 25 cent Attraction for 10 Cts.
MR. JACK COMEDY

Direct from the N. Y. Winter Garden

The

1927

311 Maynard Street

Show

4A JESTIC
ODAY AT 3,7, and 8:30 P. M.
GAIL KANE
-IN --.
"AS MAN MADE HER"
CAST INCLUDING FRANK MILLS, GERDA HOLMES AND
EDWARD LANGFORD
The story of a mother who feels no mother love until it is almost
late-who finally achieves happiness. A startling unusual drama
ing the star splendid opportunities. A supporting cast of superior
ellence and scenic investiture that is magnificent.

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Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321

Greatest of All Spectacular Extravanganzas

Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.
Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.

Comedians in Colossal Collection and

The Winter Garden

~teauty

1i3rigade

SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION
BURTON HOLMES SHOWS
"OUR MIDDIES AT ANNAPOLIS"
A great thing to know
CHAMPIONS IN ACTION
Athletes and Sports who Entertain

MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA

Matilee, loo

Night, 15e

MONDAY, APRIL 30
VIOLA DANA
In an East Side Drama
S9GRADV"

DITTMAR'S BOOK OF LIFE

EDUCATIONAL TRAVELOGUE
NOTE CHANGE IN PRICES

Matinees -
Nights -

- - d1c
- 10c and i5e

REE-SHOWS DAILY-THREE....................3-7 and 8:30

Today
10:45 o'clock-Dr. Scott Nearing
speaks at Baptist church.
11:45 o'clock-Mr. H. W. DouglaE
speaks to city planning class in audi-
torium of Congregational church.
6:30 o'clock-Mr. Louis Eich speaks
to Unitarian Students' society at Uni-
tarian church.
6:45 o'clock--Rabbi David Lefkowitz
speaks to Jewish Student congrega-
tion in Newberry hall.
7:30 o'clock--Rev. E. F. Tittle
speaks at Vlethodist Episcopal church
on "The Use and Abuse of Creeds."
U-Notices
The fresh lits will drill at 4 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in front of Water-
man gymnasium.
The fresh lit baseball team will
practice at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow aft-
ernoon on south Ferry field. A large
number is urged to turn out.
The Choral union will rehearse at 2
o'clock this afternoon in Hill auditor-
ium.
J-lits will practice baseball at 3:30
o'clock Monday afternoon on south
Ferry field. All men who played in
last Saturday's game or who wish to
play with the team in the future
should report at this time.
RABBI LEFKOWITZ TO SPEAK
A1OUT RUSSIAN REVOLUTION
Rabbi David Lefkowitz of Dayton,
Ohio, will address the Jewish Student
congregation of the University at its
regular meeting to be held at 6:45
o'clock tonight in Newberry hall. Dr.
Lefkowitz has chosen the timely sub-
ject, "The Russian Revolution and the
Jewish Problem." The public is in-
vited to attend.
Dr. Lefkowitz is a well known figure
in Ann Arbor, having delivered a series
of lectures here for last years summer
school.
All members of the congregation are
urgently requested to attend tonight's
meeting, since nominations for next
year's officers of the congregation will
be made. Elections will take place
May 6.
Try The Daily for service. .

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.JEE TO SAVE ALL OLD
POTATOES FOR PLANTING
The sub-committee of the garr
* den committee of the Ann Arbor
* Civic association considering +the
* food condition hasrissuedtthe fol-
*lowing plea to all residents of the
* city:
"Due to the great shortage of
* the potato crop for the year 1916
* and the high price that prevails
* for the necessary potato seed at
the present time, we hereby ask
* the people of Ann Arbor to refrain
* from using old potatoes and to see
* that all old potatoes that they
* have be planted in the ground."
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HOPE TO CONTINUE WORK
ON ITUBE RCIULOSIS SURVEY
Society Will Try to Prevent Disease
Among United States
Soldiers

. Louis Eich of the oratory de-
nent will give a reading from the
a of Mark Twain at the meeting
e Students' society of the Unitar-
hurch to be held at 6:30 o'clock
ht in the church.
e board of supervisors of W'ashte-
county will hold a special ses-
at thescourthouse at 10:30 o'clock
Thursday morning to make ar-
ments for the sale of the $100,-
ond issue voted on in the April
al election. A chairman for the
.g year will be elected at this
ng.
vard Case, '20, was fined $10 and
for speeding at a rate of 30 miles
ur on North Main street yester-

CONGRESS PASSES DRAFT
BILL BY TOTAL OF 478-32
(Continued from Page One.)
sale or gift of liquor to army officers
r privates; defeat of an amendment
to exempt all farm workers from mili-
tary service; defeat of an amendment
t0 change the military age limit from
'1 to 40 to 18 to 21; defeat of an
amendment to strike out the word
"selective" from the draft provision;
defeat of an amendment to raise the
age limit to 45, 50 or 60 years; adop-
ton of an amendment by Representa-
tive Lever, South Carolina, specifically
authorizing the president to exempt
from army service such farm workers
as he may deem necessary for the
maintenance of the military establish-
ment.
There is opportunity in The Michi-
gan Daily Ada. Read them.

Plans for the continuation of the
state tuberculosis survey work after
the appropriation for the fiscal year
runs out were discussed at the meet-
ing of the executive committee of the
Michigan Anti-tuberculosis society
held Friday in the Natural Science
building.
There was no appropriation for the
work made at the last session of the
legislature and the appropriation of
last year will just carry the work
through until July. The work is now
being done under the Michigan state
board of health, but the Anti-tubercu-
losis society will endeavor to finish it.
There will be no slowing down of
the endeavors of the society on ac-
count of the war. On the contrary
every effort will be made to make the
society of use in the prevention of tu-
berculosis among the soldiers.
Miss Carol Walton, secretary, will
go to the National Anti-tuberculosis
society meeting at Cincinnati, to be
held from May 9 to May 11. Miss
Margaret Hood was, appointed assist-
ant secretary to Miss Walton.
Cosmopolitan Club Holds Dog Roast
Twenty-five members of the Cos-
mopolitan club attended a wiener
roast which was held up the river last
night. After supper the men spent,
the evening singing songs accom-
panied by Haig Domboorajian, '17E,
ou his native instrument.

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