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WHAT'S GOING ON
Today
4 o'clock-Junior lit meeting in
oom 101 Economics building.
4:15 o'clock-Student recital in
'rieze auditorium.
4:30 o'clock-Junior architect nieet-
ag in room 311 Engineering building.
5 o'clock-'Sophomore-freshman lit
ssembly in University Hall.
7 o'clock-Major Wright speaks in
ill auditorium on "Camp Activities."
7:30 o'clock - Engineer military
noker at Union.
7:30 o'clock-Catholic Student club
eets in K. of C. parlors.
7:30 o'clock-Ypsilanti Alumni club
eets in Newberry hall.
Tomorrow
4 o'clock-Soph lit meeting in room
1 Economics building.
7 o'clock--Cercle Francais banquet
t Delta cafe.
7 o'clock-Cosmopolitan club meet-
g -in room 301 University hall.
7:30 o'clock-Mr. W. P. Kohler
leaks in room 401 Mason hall on
ome Aspects of Fraternal Insur-
wce."
8 o'clock-Spanish club meets in
ane hall.
8 o'clock-Deutscher Verein meets
Verein rooms.
U-Notlees
A competitive examination for offi-
rships in the soph engineer battalion
ill be held at 7 o'clock tomorrow in
om 268 Engineering building.
All soph lit baseball men are re-
ested to report for the game with
e junior engineers at 3:30 o'clock
day on, south Ferry field.
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City News

Monday afternoon Dr. John A. Wes-
singer, city health officer, started his
crusade against violators of the state
law regarding the notification of the
health officer in case of contagious
diseases. John Schultz was fined $3.45
in Justice Doty's court for failing to
notify Dr. Wessinger of a case of
measles in his family for several days.
"Let this be a warning to others. I
will prosecute all cases of this kind,"
said Dr. Wessinger.
Ar important meeting of the Rifle
club of the city Y. M. C. A. will be held
this evening. Drill will start at 7:30
o'clock.
1917 WHEAT FORECAST SHOWS
DECIDED DECREASE OVER 1916
Washington, May 8.-A yield of 366,-
116,000 bushels of winter wheat from
the 1917 crop was forecasted today by
the department of agriculture against
481,744,000 bushels in 1916.
On May 1 the estimate said the area
to be harvested was about 27,653,000
acres or 31 per cent less than the
acreage planted last'autumn and 20.6
per cent less than the acreage har-
vested last year-34,829,000 acres. The
average condition of winter wheat on
May 1 was 73.2 per cent compared
with 82:4 on May 1, 1916, and 86.6 per
cent, the average for the last 10 years
on May 1. The condition of 73.2 per
cent on May 1, the estimate said, is
indicative of the yield per acre of ap-
proximately 13.2 bushels.
JUDGE KILLITS TO DELIVER 3
WESLEYAN GUILD LECTURE

The dental college will offer a course
in preparation for dental service in
the army and navy from May 28 to
June 9.
This course is offered without fee,
to the senior dental class, and to den-
tal practitioners who contemplate
such service. It will consist of lec-
tures and demonstrations as they have
been outlined by the preparedness
league of the American dentists.
Among the subjects lectured on will
be: "Anatomy of Osseus Structures of
Jaws and Face," "Clinical Diagnosis,"
"Fractures of the Jaws and Their
Treatment," "Gunshot Wounds and
Lesions Produced by'Shell and Shrap-
nel in the Jaws and Face, and Bone
Grafting."
HARVARD GRADUATE FIRST
TO WIN CROSS OF HONOR
Cambridge, Mass., May 8.-Word has
just been received from Paris that
Richard Norton, '92, has been given
the Cross of the Legion of Honor. He
is the first American to receive this
distinction for services - during the
war.
Norton was active in the organiza-
tion of the Norton-Harjes ambulance
corps at the outbreak of the war. This
branch of service now has a record
of carrying more than 30,000 wounded.
Earlier in the war the Croix de
Guerre was conferred upon him for
bravery shown in battle.
Oberlin Men Are Educated Smokets
Oberlin, Ohio, May 8.-Less than 20
per cent of Oberlin men are violators
of the anti-smoking rule. This tabula-
tion is the result of a canvass con-
ducted among the men of the institu-
tion. The seniors were found to be
the heaviest smokers, nearly one-
fourth of them admitting that they
were addicted to the habit. The jun-
iors ranked second, while the second
year men had the smallest percentage
of tobacco users. Only one seminary
man indulges.
California to Have Summer Camp.
Berkeley, Calif., May 8.- Arrange-
ments have been made with the west-
ern department of the United States
army for the establishment of a sum-
mer camp on the campus of the Uni-
versity of California. Students who
are unable to go to the Presidio camp
but who want to prepare themselves
to be non-commissioned officers will
be enrolled in the camp.
House Passes Army Appropriation Bill
Washington, May 8.-The house to-
day passed the conference report on
the $250,000,000 army appropriation
bill providing that men in the officers'
reserve camps shall receive $100 a
month.. The report dealt with the
regular army bill for the fiscal year
that begins July 1, which failed in the
last congress.
Baker Predicts War Will Be Long
Cleveland, May 8.-Secretary of
War Baker, attending a Democratic
caucus here yesterday, inferred that
he believes the war will be of long
duration. "This. is only the begin-
ning," he said. Baker indirectly ex-
pressed the belief that the solution of
the submarine menace is attained.
Senate Adopts Embargo Amendment
Washington, May 8.-After four and
one-half hours of executive session to-
day the senate adopted the embargo
section of the administration espionage
bill practically as specifically re-
quested by President Wilson.
1,200 Engineers and Laws in Drill
Law companies and the engineering
regiment drilled on Ferry field yester-

day afternoon. About 1,200 men par-
ticipated in the drill. The engineer-
ing military band headed the column
on the march out to the field.
Iowa Women vote on Military Drill
Iowa City, Ia., May 8.-Women stu-
dents of the University of Iowa will
vote on whether they would rather
take five hours of military drill than
the present five hours of gymnasium.
Patronise Daily Advertisers.

Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3 :30; Evening, 6:45,
8:1S, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Wed.-9-Third McClure Picture. Seven
Deadly Sins. Nance O'Neil in
"Greed." Also Pathe News, Pathe
Cartoon and Educational. Eve., 15c.
Thurs.-Fri.-10-11-Kathlyni Williams in
"Out of the Wreck." Also Para-
mount Pictograph, Cartoons, and
Vord ,'gavels.

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Best Seats $1.5- A RR ICK Nights
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Sat.-5-Peggy Hyland in "Intrigue,"
and Mrs. Vernon Castle in "Patria."
Mon.-Tues.-7-8-Robert Warwick in
"The Argyle Case," and Christie
Comedy, ("Sauce for the Gorse").

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To permit E. M. E. Men to attend Hill
Lecture at 7 P. M., Engineers' War
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PROF. iI. LEVI TO ADDRESS
AUTHORS' ASSOCIATION
Prof. Moritz Levi of the French de-
partment will speak on "The Drama
as a Form of Literature" before the
Michigan Authors' association at their
annual banquet in Detroit, May 10.
Professor Levi addressed the same
body a year ago on contemporary
French drama, and recently gave a
French lecture before the Grand Rap-
ids chapter of the Alliance Francaise.
Call This Year One of Preparation
Lansing, Mich., May 8.-That gov-
ernment officials consider the first
year of the war with Germany but a
year of preparation and would impress
the country with the necessity for be-
ing ready for a hard year of warfare
in the second year, is the word brought
back to Governor Sleeper by Major
Vandercook and Attorney-General
Groesbeck, who have returned from a
preparedness conference at the na-
tional capital. - Michigan, they report,
is in the vanguard of the states which
are preparing. Practically every step
which was proposed to representatives
of the states at this gathering has been
taken by Michigan.
Dartmouth Suspends Student Paper
Hanover, N. H., May 8.-War has
caused the suspension of theaDart-
mouth, the student publication of Dart-
mouth college. A large number of the
staff members have withdrawn from
college, and many advertising con-
tracts have been cancelled because of
the war, so that suspension became
imperative. The university authorities
will issue a weekly university bul-
letin the remainder of the year for
official notices and communications.
Oppose Booze at Yale Class Reunions
New Haven, Conn., May 8.-A com-
mittee of 71 Yale ,men has been or-
ganized for the purpose of carrying on
a campaign among the alumni to op-
pose the use of class funds- to pur-
chase alcoholic liquor at class re-
unions. Prof. W. H. Taft was appoint-
ed chairman of the committee.

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Whitney Theatre
WED. NIGHT, MAY s
Charles Frohrnan presents

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"A great Actor
in agreat play
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SKINNER
in the comedy of cheerful-
ness,
"MISTER
ANTONIO"
By Booth Tarkington.
Prices: 50c, 75c, $1,00,
$1,50 and $2,00

TO DAY- 3,?, and 8:30
Edith Taliaferro
Jack Sherrill
in Booth Torkingtol 's
Great Play.
IThe Conquest
j ofCcnaan
Mats. 1tc Nights 10 & tSc
Yies! You Bet it's a
Good Show
3 DAYS com cing
Morn. Night, May 14
BE A FIRST NIGHTER
HALIO N POWELL
(HIMSELF)
AND A COMPANY CF

Senior lit election will be held from
to 5 o'clock today in the Library. Judge John M. Killits of Toledo,
Members of the junior engineering United States district judge of the
ass will dine at the Michigan Union northern district of Ohio, will deliver
: 6 o'clock this evening. Prof. J. C. the last of the Wesleyan guild lectures
arker of the engineering college will for this semester on Sunday night,
leak. May 13, in the Methodist Episcopal
Junior dental students will nominate church.
presentatives for Student council- Judge Killits has practiced law since
an at 10 o'clock this morning. 1887. From 1904 to 1910 he was judge
of the court of common pleas of the
Use the advertising coiumns of The third Ohio district and since 1910 he
ichigan oDaily in order to reach the has held the judgeship of the northern
Bst of AnnArbor's buyers. district of Ohio.
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TO REGISTER AT UNION
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* definite arrangements to enter
* any branchofhthe government
* service, whether military or
* farm work, are requested to reg-
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Members of the Roud-up club will
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will act as chaperons.

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