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SGIVE RIGHT AGE
IUNI)EIGRADUATES URGED NOT
,1O MISSTATE AGE TO ENTER
TRAINING CAMPS
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
It is rumored that some enthusiastic
undergraduates, desiring to attend the
officers' training camps, have signified
their intention to misstate their age
in order to gain admittance. Any such
action, if discovered, would have a
very harmful effect on the man's mili-
tary record, and possibly subject him
to a prosecution for perjury. More-
over, aside from the danger of discov-
ery, we have not yet reached such des-
perate straits that it is necessary for
young men to swear falsely in order to
save the country.
INSTRUCTOR.
Husky Harold Has
Hopes Oif Heroism

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Pop. Mat. Wed. WffI~ k .April 23
Best Seats $1.50GARRC K N Wk
DETROIT 5t02O
Direct from New York Winter Gardens
The Show of Wonders'

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15e Unless Otherwise Specified
at.-5-Peggy Hyland in "Intrigue,"
and Mrs. Vernon Castle in "Patria."

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Mon.-Tues.-7-8-Robert Warwick in
"The Argyle Case," and Christie
Comedy, ("Sauce for the Goose").

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Orpheum Theatre
M atines, 27,0c0-3 ~:0.Evening, 6:45.
9-tS. 9;30-
Sat;}reays-Holidays continuous.
Sat.-3-Enid Bennett in "The Princess
of the Dark." Also Triangle Kom-
edy, "When Hearts Collide." Even-
;Ing, lac.
Sun.-on.-6-7-Marie Doro in "Castles
for Two." Also Holmes Travels.

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On

Mother's Day

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May 13th

New York, May 4.-While congress
debates over the age limit and ex-
President Roosevelt's plans to head
American troops overseas are being
formulated, Harold Letcher of this
city does not intend to wait for the
final decisions before he joins the col-
ors.
Early yesterday morning he applied
for enlistment at the local marine
corps recruiting station. Although but
14 years of age, he weighs 151 pounds,
is 5 feet 10 inches tall, and has a chest
measurement of 331-4 inches.
"You see," Harold said, "I want to
;Jo my part. I'm big enough and I
want to join the marines. They're
the kind of fellows I like. They get
to fight first."
He was rejected on account of his
extreme youth.
WOOD) MAY BE 1IADE NEARLY AS
INDESTRUCTIBLE AS STEEL
That wood is nearly as indestructi-
ble as steel if used intelligently, is
the opinion of O. P. Goss, engineer of
the West Coast Lumbermen's associa-
tion, according to the University of
Washington Daily.
In a talk before foresters in conven-
tion, Mr. Goss pointed out the advan-
tages of using wood in place of steel
and the various characteristics of the
different kinds of wood. The best
method of creosoting and its effect
upon timber occupied part of his con-
sideration.
"The Pacific coast has 50 per cent
of the standing timber in the United
States," said Mr. Goss, "and promises
great things for the lumber indus-
try."
WRAT'S GOING ON

Rae Theatre
= TODAY =
Clara Kimball Young
in
"CA M ILE "
Also Mr. Jack Comedy
Admission 15 Cents

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Order

112 S. Main Street

them at once

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ENG RAVING

What every young man wants is a classy looking suit,
that fits. He wants quality, too. You can get all this
and more at a lower price at

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Ward's Klassy Kut Klothes
F. W. ALLEN, Manager 118 E. Huron Street

Has Moved to

700 Marquette Bldg.

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wers will be to Mother, the true, token of love and devotion.
vil appreciate a basket effect of LOVELY SPRING
DWERS or a Blooming Plant that she may watch grow

care for as mothers only know how.

he young mother should be remembered with a dainty'basket
Flowers, a Corsage Bouquet, or a Gift Box of Cut Flowers.

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OR
LOW ERS
MRS. PEARL FLANDERS

Phone 294

213 E. Liberty
ANN ARBOR, MICHI.

Today
2:30 o'clock-May Festival at Hill
auditorium.
7d o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State.
8 o'clock-May Festival at Hill audi-
torium.
Tomorrow
11:45 o'clock-City planning class
meets in Congregational church.
6:30 o'clock-Unitarian Students'
society meets at Unitarian church.
6:40 o'clock-Rabbi Nathan Krass
addresses the Jewish Student congre-
gation at Newberry hall.
U-Notices
Junior lits will play the soph lits
at Ferry field at 1:30 o'clock this aft-
ernoon.
Soph engineers are requested to re-
port at 9 o'clock this morning. A game
will be played at 10 o'clock with the
senior engineers.
Union board of directors' meeting at
luncheon in Union at 12 o'clock to-
day.
Senior pharmies order their caps
and gowns today at Henry and com-
pany, at North University avenue.

* STUDENTS LEAVING ASKED *
* TO REGISTER AT UNION *
All students who have made
.* definite arrangements to enter *
* any branch of the government
* service, whether military or
* farm work,hare requested to reg
ister a at the Michigan Union
*their name and address, for the*
* information of the intelligence *
* bureau. In case of uncertainty *
* of address, the student should *
* make arrangements to further *
*it to the Union as soon as pos- *
*sible.
* * * *' * * * * * * * * *
Store your typewriter at less than
transportation charges or have it pro.
perly packed and avoid breakage. O.
D. Morrill, 322 South State St.-Adv.tf
Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wild
Co., Leading Merchant Tailors. State
3t. tf
Notary Public. O. D. Morrill, 322
South State.-Adv. tf

Knitting Yarns and Cottons
for Red Cross Workers
Fleischer and Spanish yarns for socks, scarfs and jackets;
Dexter and Columbia cottons for eye bandages, sponges and
such; white celluloid, steel and amber knitting pins and needles
-everything abundantly ready in the Art.Needlework Shop.
Below is a chart of the official colors required. Clip it for
reference.

1857 Dry Goods, Furniture and Women's Fashions 1917

[Wj NAVY
Black Socks.
R Blue Scarfs.
III Blue Sweaters.

ARMY
Gray orkKhaki
Socks.

AVIATION
Gray orkKhaki
Socks.

Khaki Sweaters. Khaki Sweaters.'-
ENROLL AT ONCE IN THIS SPLENDID
PATRIOTIC SERVICE
(ART NEEDLEWORK SHOP-SECOND. FLOOR)

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Wr 3,7 and 8:30
,JE"TgO Aat. 'c, Night 10&15c
TODAY ONLY
BABY MARIE OSBORNE
in "Told at Twilight"
pecial Children's Matinee, all Children under 12 years
Five Cents

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Castle Offers Aid to Soph Lits gymnasium. Up to the present time
.lits are especially urged to re- little enthusiasm has been shown by
or military drill at 3 o'clock the class. Major Castle has offered his
fternoon in front of Waterman services.

Sixty-seven Sign Up for Yale Unit
New Haven, Conn., May 4.-Sixty-
seven students have signed up for the
Yale unit of the American ambulance
corps for service in France.
Use the advertising columns of Th.
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
best of AnnArbor's buyers.

ARMORY

To-Night

Dancing 9 to 12

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