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BY CASTLE FOR CAMPS
N() ACTIO'NC.N BE vTAKEN RE-
GIA1UI1NG SECOND) SERIES,
Two hundred and fifty-seven men
have passed the examinations being
conducted by Major Charles W. Castle
in *Waterman gymnasium, and. have
been recommended for the reserve of-
ficers' training camps. Of this number
178 have applied for Fort Sheridan.
In regard to applications for the sec-
ond camps, Major Castle says:
"No action can be taken at present
upon cases of those who desire to en-
ter the second series of camps which
are expected to start about next Au-
gust. All they need to do is to wait
about two months before submitting
applications. By that time plans con-
cerning successive camps will un-
doubtedly be formulated, and the pro-
cedure may be changed from present
"I wish to call the attention of stu-
ents to the fact that the younger ones
do not need to be in a hurry, as the
plan is to give precedence in the-first
camps to rien of such age and experi-
ence as will providie a personnel qual-
ified to organize and instruct them-
selves to a great extent. This is ne-
cessary on account of the regular
army and the national guard being
completely occupied with their own
affairs, so that little assistance can
be expected from them.
"There is no object in making ap-
plications at present for future camps,
as all those being acted upon are for
the camps commencing May 8, and an
application for a. later camp may re-
sult in the candidate being enrolled
in the first camp by mistake."
GLENN COUTLTER WILL NOT RUN
FOR PRESIDENCY OF 3HICHIGAN
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Due to the fact that other matters
will probably prevent my attendance
at the University next year, I respect-
fully decline the nomination for presi-
dlent of the Michigan Union.
GLENN M. COULTER.
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D E R OI T o to $2.00
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'The Show of wonders'
Shows at 6:04; 5:30; 3:60; 9:30
ISO Unless Otherwise Specified
Sat. -5-Peggy Hyland in "Intrigue,"
and Mrs. Vernon Castle in "Patria."
1Mon.-Tues.-7-8-Robert Warwick in
"The Argyle Case," and Christie
Comedy, ("Sauce for the Gorse").
*Mtirees, 2:00-3 :30; Evening, 6:43,
Tues.-8-Dorothy Gish in "Stage
Struck." Also Triangle Komedy, "A
Bachelor's Finish." Evening, 15c.
W~ed. --Third McClure Picture. Seven
Deadly Sins. Nance O'Neil in
"Greed." Also Pathe News, Pathe
Cartoon and Educational. Eve., 15c.
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which you can get the
$1.00 AND UP
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Each a fine pipe,
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Leading dealers in
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Robert Warwick, Doris Kenyon
in'THE MAN WHO FORGOT~
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112 S. Main Street
The Mayer-Schairer Company
them at once from
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During the next ten days only, we are giving the studelits a
chance to get a Raincoat Free with every Suit ordered of us.
You have the choice of any piece of goods which we have in
stock. BE MEASURED TODAY.
$17;00 and Up
Ward's KMassy Kut Klothes
F. W. ALLEN, Manager 11S E. Huron Street
Has Moved to
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or Study, ,
oWork or "Pa
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QTHE- COCA-COLA CompANiy. ATLAx:-T. GA.
AT THE TH-EA'
MNajestie- Ednia Mayo
R~eturn of Eve:"
Arcaide - Robert Waarv
"The Argyle Case" an
Orpheum - Dorothy
Mani Who Forgot."
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3 SHOWS DAILY-3
3-7-and-S :30 P. Xl.
EDNA MAYO in
"THE RETURN OF
A delightful Photo-Play
Booth Tarkington's Story
"THE CONQUEST OF
With Edith Taliaferro and
Wednesday and Thursday night
the special Majestic orchestra that
delighted so many patrons Sunday
will appear in new programs.
Matinees 10c, ENights 10O&1 So
EXPANSION OLIVE TONGS
Grasps Firmly, Never Fails
Just the thing for that up-river picnic or for your indoor
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113 So. Main St.--Adv. tue-eod
*S'TUDENTS 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, are requested to reg-*
ister at the Michigan Union*
th&~eir name and address, for the *
.K information of the intelligence *
bureau. In case of uncertainty*
of address, the student should*
Ali makearrangements to further*
-it to the Union as soon as pos-*
have your shoes full-soled in leath-
er or Neolin. We specialize in thip
work. 0. G. Andres. 220 So. State. 23-C
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AT THlE MAJESTIC
Edna Mayo, in "The Return of Eve"
at the Majestic today, is seen in a role
which suits her personality even more
than "The Misleading Lady," one of
the most popular photo plays ever
put before the public.
In "The Return of Eve," Miss Mayo
plays the part of a girl brought up
aloof from the evil of the world and
then thrust suddenly among it. How
she returns unscathed to her Eden
forms the topic for the development
of the situations of the play.
WHAT'S GOING ON
11 o'clock-Dr. Otto Kress speaks in
room 303 Chemistry building on "Pulp
and Paper Work."
5 o'clock-Senior-junior lit military
assembly in University hall.
7 o'clock-Cosmopolitan club meets
in room 301 University hall.
4:15 o'clock-South American union
Teet ~s in Lane hall.
7:3~0 o'clock-Mr. E. S. Babcox lec-
tures under auspices of Tryads in
Natural Science building.
Caps and Gowns
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi house of rep-
resentatives meets in University hall.
8 o'clock-Belgian relief meeting in
5 o'clock--Sophomore-freshman lit
assembly in University hall.
7 o'clock-Major Wright speaks in
Hill auditorium on "Camp Activities."
7:30 o'clock - Engineer military
smoker at Union.
7:30 o'clock-Ypsilanti Alumni club
meets in Newberry hall
Mr. E. S. Babcox, advertising man-
ager of the Firestone Tire and Rub-
ber company, will confer with stu-
dents wishing to secure employment
with this firm at 4 o'clock this after-
noon in the office of Prof. I. L. Sharf-
man in the Economics ,building.
MVajor Wilson requests that all en-
gineers report on the east ,walk of the
campus at 4:05 o'clock this afternoon
to march to Ferry, field.
All members of the first unit of the
Orders left at once can be
filled in time for Swing-Out.
Correct costumes for every
department. Fine materials
~ Lu and tailoring.
Women's Section-Dressmaking Shop-Second Floor
Men's Section-Drapery Store-Third Floor.
ambulance corps will meet at 7:30
o'clock tonight at Waterman gymnas-
The University band will assemble
at 7:30 o'clock tonight at Waterman
Merry Wives of Windsor" at 7 o'clock
tonight in University Hall.
Soph lits meet for dril at 4 o'clock
today in Waterman gymnasium.
Senior lits pay for commencement
announcements from 1 to 5 o'clock to-
There will be a rehearsal of "IThe I day at the Library.