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March 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 114) • Page Image 3

… , Plautsbhu rg "Ace" of the Season Every season some style looms up as the "'hit, " the dominant achiev- ment of the designer's art. This season 's feace"~ will be the Pla tts- burg by The House of K- The honors are honestly won. Snapp distinctive young man 's style-note th fitted military back-truly a fine exar ary e Comte in and see 7Jie Plattsburg, try it on attractive patterns and colorings. You 'll $25' to $40 N. F. ALLEN CO. Main ...…

March 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 114) • Page Image 4

…Y r 113 AI TH1-E f"LMA inK - Miii~ii~ir.~. * "The Passing Show of 1917," at * the Garrick. sing Friday and Saturday nights Armory.-Adv. a 1 * 1* "Let's Go!" Union opera, at tw Whitney, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, and Saturday matinee' and night, this week. TODAY Majestic-"The Black Stork." * * * * * * I~ Wuerthr-Dorothy Phillips "Pay Me." Also comedy. 0 in * * Orpheum-Billie Burke in Mysterious Miss Terry." Serial "The Eagle's...…

March 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 114) • Page Image 5

…HATS e Here aTIO N Co. MAIN STREET AT WASHINGTON t ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS Established 1887 I UMNI ANH1U flIbNi TO ENTER AUXILIARY EMPLOYfENT hEAD FILLS AP- PROXIMATELY 700 POSITIONS UNDER ADMINISTRATION Neil D. Ireland, '18, employment secretary for the Y. M. C. A. has re- signed his position to enter the Naval Auxiliary, and will leave for Cleve- land next Sunday. The employment department will be in charge of E. G. Hersman during t...…

March 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 114) • Page Image 6

…1 £ A... VAAI...i-11 ..J1L L. You should give us a the BIG T M BLOCK' 650,000] BOOKS IN CAMP' LIBRARIES _CHEER MEN NEW MAILING SYSTEM SENDS ABUNDANCE OF MAGAZINES TO CAMPS Washington, March 12.-Five hund- red and fifty thousand books are es- timated to have been sent to the soldiers' libraries since the war libra- ry service of the American Library' association started its first campaign according to a bulletin issued from headquarters ...…

February 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

…A6F A6F an ttl /' PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, ,WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1918. PRICE9 --- _, # i MOUNTAIN CLIMBER TO LECTURE TODAY LdU IN 'ONE WITH OF WILSON Has Not Sed Stereoptican Views to Feature Travel- ogue Given in Natural Science Building. Colored stereoptican views will be a feature of the travel lecture to be given at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in the Natural Science auditorium by Frank Branch Riley...…

February 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 90) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ssful than has been the case to Ate. -_ R THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE President Wilson is putting classical plomacy in its grave. In place of Le keen fencing of chancelleries he ves the world a public debate be- a Arbor as tween picked representatives of the g. contestants with the "opinion of man- 2414. hood" as judge or jury. 300 words It is an imaginative and masterful ill be pub- tion of the device, expessive oif ?that f...…

February 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 90) • Page Image 3

…wossommom Lv Tli I mfC OACKU CONFIDENT Of BEATING KAZOO Overcoats, and Bath Robes IGAN DAILY 90 off ms & Co. T MAIN STREET AT WASHINGTON THAT OLD SUIT le IYI looks like a hopeless case banging in the closet. Well, don't worry, let us dry clean and press it for you-it is good for lots of wear yet, and think of the saving. Bring it in or let us call today. ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS PHONE 628 c T )F 'RIDE IJS S is 6,000 FOR EVER...…

February 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 90) • Page Image 4

…P LSS OF OPER PLEASES DIRECTORS I # # # 'p 'p 'p sp# *1 1 TATS e, Two or Three Stars. olid Gold. j IR E NICKELS ARCADE Co. Detroit m.. 6:40 Sto 7:u) o p. m na In., '5 . o Saline. n., 7:48 WHAT'S GOING ON TODAY 4 o'clock-Junior and senior women meet in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. 4:15 o'clock-Frank B. Riley speaks in Natural Science auditorium on "The International Northwest." 8 o'clock-Michigan-Kalamazoo Nor- mal basketball game in Wa...…

January 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 78) • Page Image 1

…'I AIV A I ASSOCIA Z4U &1 DAY ATID G SER VI(' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1918. PRICE ' _ ,. *. PER'S LOVES "GLASS" TO BE GLUE COL AR[RIVA RELIEVES LOCLFUL SITUTION of "Loaded"rBreakfast Foods at Camp Are Ex- ploded Custer, Mich., Jan. 12.-Ru- the effect that ground glass n placed in breakfast foods, DELIVERIES MADE MONDAY; NO SUFFERING DESPITE BLIZ- ZARD A carload of coal arrived in the city Custer, by enemy pro- y...…

January 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 78) • Page Image 2

…in Church Huron Streets State and Make a dollar I preaches at T.) on EE BE ANY. - LEFT?" I orning Service at 10:30 (Eastern)- with address by Professor W. B. Ford on "What is Pragmatism?' -Round Table APTIST GUILD MEETS at 12 in Id House, 503 E. Huron St. FS MESSAGE OF THE FALSE AND THE TRUE" but many have come here > prepare themselves for mili- vice. theless, the, world at large pon them all as true sons. of n.. It does not trouble i...…

January 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

…. MORE MEN PLAYED. FOOTBALL all the colleges which kept up the LAST YEAR THAN EVER BEFORE game last year will continue to do so. The cantonments and naval stations Expect Cantonments and Naval Sta. will also be well 'represented, for it tions as Well as Colleges to Keep has been demonstrated that football is o Up Sport the right kind of preparation and its continuance is recommended by both Sthe war and navy commissions on ath- 'N. at is vas...…

January 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 78) • Page Image 4

…"The Natural Law," the offering atl the Whitney tomorrow night, was first produced by Mr. John Cort in April, 1915, at the Republican Thea- ter, New York City. It played in this+ city upon two different seasons, and, after a period of playing in the East- ern and Southern cities, made two tours of the Middle West, AT THE 31AJESTIC tomorrow, with Douglas Fairbanks the leading role. The picture was ci fully made, the camera being pla on top of ...…

January 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 78) • Page Image 5

…r 5tHIvi IN ARBOR - * * * * *- ~ 'p 'p * * ES AT THE THEATERS * - Calkin's * "Good Gracious Annabel," at the * * Garrick. i Robes 4 First Baptist Church At the'10:30 service, the Rev. J. M. Wells will begin a series of three ser- mons on New Testament teachings regarding the future. First sermon on1 "Paul's Teachings on The Last Things." Guill meeting at 6:30 with discussion on "Micah's Message Re- garding False and True." Community ...…

January 13, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 78) • Page Image 6

…wS et. But despite 1 fabrics in the h clothes are on t afford to over- suit that is truly I:a Difference ® Others on 5 Rolls 15c 25c ca. 05c ea. 90c ....... ...... 1 .15 AND SAVE MONEY DULLABU rRBALTtL (Continued from Page One) velocity higher than the records show- ed. Grocers Warn Patrons Grocers warned their patrons that goods delivered would be at the cus- tomers' responsibility. Milk and fruits were frozen almost as soon as they were ...…

December 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

… MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MICHIGA IV FOR A LAKES TIhe Michigan ter stme time ag In Pri Physical examination for the new nd Michigan naval reserve begins at 8 ng o'clock this morning in the boxing rooms of Waternan gymnasium. of Word was brought back from ;eeth ot the Great Lakes -navel training op station yesterday by a Univer- of sity student, that an officer and s- possibly an assistant or two h would be in Ann Arbor this morn- he ing re...…

December 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 63) • Page Image 2

…11s It. thr ristmas carolers streets of Ann eve singing the Y. has un- a chorus he holiday years ago. d in the tomorrow n the ser- '20, will ation. en up by ,h the Red >f the '.S WIFE E CONCERT d MacDowell Will Play 's Compositions This Afternoon rd MacDowell, wife of the )n composer, will play as tin the third concert of series given under the the School of Music at 4 afternoon in Hill audi- clock Mrs. MacDowell's program will con- s...…

December 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 63) • Page Image 3

…9't PEHfFORM\ IC F S A Sport Critic Places Weston, Lkambert, S Sparks, and Culver on His All-Conference Team Four Michigan men were placed owi COACH MITCHELL'S BOYS BEST FORM OF SEASON SHOW th H e All-conference team of Luther Coach Mitchell's varsity basket- uston, international news corret-lballers showed better form than at any tinie this season last night: The" indent, this eleven being the forEF only fault was their failure to scor...…

December 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 63) • Page Image 4

…ag an effort to field by means rm boys during ese will open at and will con- s. Any young ture, there will be other short courses also, in dairying, horticulture, poultry, and farm crops and soils. Unity F. Wilson To Work In France Unity F. Wilson, special student in architecture last year, sails for France in the near future to do research work for the American Red Cross. Miss Wilson is among the first few Michi- gan women to have enlisted i...…

December 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 63) • Page Image 5

…wants to r" SO ZEL ANN ARBOR WILL SELL [00 sh. Hoover Steel Ball 50 sit. Michigan Crown Fender 20 sh. Hayes Wheel orshee & Kuehnle Investment Securities e 408 41: 1st Nat'l Bk Bldg Chop Sucy lot Rolls - 2 for SC CHIGAN INN s 948-R. 601 E. Liberty SECURITY PRICES DECLINE DUE TO SECOND LIBERTY LOAN PAYMENT Mints in the United States are work- 'ing in three, eight hour shifts to pro- duce new coins required by trade ac- tivity, and the holid...…

December 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 63) • Page Image 6

…-. 7:30 versity 8 o'cl Hill au( in Wa aate K Dr.. *P. H. DeKrui corps, Camp *F. P. Currier,] "ps, Ann Arbor; Ogle- Sherrick, lieutenant, M euten- ish expeditionary for( Dr. E. Dr. R. J. Snider, R. A. Arbor; Gregory. Barracks, A M. 0. land; Dr. William L4A st Co., sanitary corps, Camp ant M. Dr. L. D. Stern; E. R. Jonary tenant AT. 0. R. 0., facoby, 0.; Roy L. Land, lieul enant, 0., Camp Oglethorpe, C L.; Dr. Treadgold, lieutenant, 0. ...…

November 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 37) • Page Image 2

…ont. it to himself s of his class- ie it clear to to be elected. elieve in hime ,y too, should id to be electioneering Host petty of offices. outside; it is so at better way is to state, ,frankly, if you are a desire to be elected, tfor the job for what- Ohio may have remained wet, but I they're going to have a recount any- way.I Should it be on to Pennsy, or onto Pennsy?P Independent Girls' Club MolJds M~eetng Owing to a misunderstanding,...…

November 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 37) • Page Image 3

…LI Miss Butler's appointmen For ave Lin to be iron- ig to have ee after- Philadel- nage every Abe.-. Cohn Abe Cohn is one of the Varsity play- 's who has been pursued by the jinx ss, who of weeks n to use ack, and 1 to give show- s. I tur- st sent some e scrimmage sicking, pass- chigan men- al polish for to have the for the con- erines leave Thursday af- r Wayne, Pennsylvania, will stay Friday night, t Friday afternoon in this y ...…

November 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 37) • Page Image 4

…U 90li0L THE THE TODAY xpert, Will Give trated War Talk Build- S- i I* BURTON BROWNE SAYS WASTE NOT KNOWN TO EXPERT SERVICE * Harry Lauder at the Garrick. q. .. . u if. Victor Horte, noted archi- will deliver his famous illus- I lecture, "The Germans and Bel- in France,"this afternoon at 4:15 k, in Alumni Memorial hall. >fessor Horta is an architect of national repute, due to the prom- part he has taken in the devel- nt of modern arch...…

November 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 37) • Page Image 5

…uch in praise of . and its work rhaps I can best good that it is of the field it is of the incidents Work that have inent among these newspapers is 'T Michigan Daily. There is nothing camp so refreshing as the chance get a copy of one's home paper and back in a comfortable chair with fE propped up before the fire. And last, but not least of the thin which one notices at once on entE ing the building is the busy couni where there is always a l...…

November 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 37) • Page Image 6

…Mr h camp life at the :o, Va. Edison is 3 Mrs. Charles H. Road, near Grand .e of the men who last spring to fol- Edison enlisted as a naval hos- pital corpsman and has been in training at Great Lakes, Ill- inois, since May 8. He was transferred recently to the Virginia post. The letter is as follows: "We are located about 94 miles from Richmond and about 31 miles from Washington on the banks of the grand old Potomac. We are a consid- erable ...…

October 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…_ - . SEE PAGE 5 FOR MICHIGAN MEN IN SERVICE LIST THE WEATHERPRS PARTLY CLOUDY TODAY 2J2 ANII*:GHT WPR E PROBABLY SNOW 0 0 ,taSERIE VOL. XXVIII. No. 11. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1917 PRICE THREE CENTS Aspiring Verdant CONVOCTION HASHumble Freshmen Goes Siveatertess DOI O Are Expectant llII~~T AIIV fFAl~ ~ Would-Be Wearer of the "M" Meets IIIICTONE Plan is Revealed Whereby Verdants UlNIVLITdlI IfULII UU L With Disappointment ...…

October 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 11) • Page Image 2

…i THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER -1.3, :917. THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1.3 ~ 917. S I Atro-gan ionily I L . MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS WIomen I Official newspaper at the University of Michigan. Pubished every 'morning except Monday during the university year. lEntered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor as second-class matter. Offices: Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub sripions: by carrier, $.so; b mail, $3.00. Want ad stations:...…

October 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 11) • Page Image 3

…THE' MICHIGAN DAILNP PAGS TRIM THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGIII THR OKORGE SICHOFFA FL O RIST Cholie Cut Flowers and Plants 220 Chaplapst. Phone-"9M I WE WILL SELL 10 Universal 50 Houser 50 King Trailer Doble-Detroit 100 Graham WE WILL BUY 50 Harron 100 Hupp OMIOANS, TO MEET Radical Changes in Lineup of Team Creates Much Speculation Among Rooters FANS WILL WATCH CLOSELY GENEBACH AT PILOT JOB Varsity Breaks Defense of Scrubs; In- structed in Mt ...…

October 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 11) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, CTOBER *1 AT THE WHITNEY When Al. Jolson appears at the Whitney tonight in "Robinson Crusoe, Jr.," Ann Arbor will have the pleasure of seeing a great actor, in a great pro-, duction. "Robinson Crusoe, Jr.," differs wide- ly from all Winter Garden productions of the past, in that it contains noth- ing of the modern revue type. It sug- gests rathdr the old school of extrav- aganza that had their origin in the ...…

October 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 11) • Page Image 5

…17 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGi ie HIGAN GIVES THESE MEN TO UNITED STATES FOR CAUSE OF DEMOCRACY r , ND THEY WILL HIT THE KAISER'S LINES WITH VIGOR, TOO national army; Hewitt, H. R.,national1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Editor's note:-This is the second list of the men Michigan has given to the service of the nation. More names will be published later.. Houston, Charles K., captain of ar- tillery, NewiYork; Hammond, Maurice E., '18, ordnance d...…

October 13, 1917 (vol. 28, iss. 11) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER Walk-Over WHAT'S GOING ON TODAY '-I 1 /'. , , \ fl ,, " K . r ' ti = ' k: ti . .. f t 1 33 _ YrJ. }1 x .WU .,A ',,1 Our 2:30 o'clock-Michigan-Mt. game on Ferry field. Union "Devon" Model. A regular thorougbred Comes also in Brown Russia, Koko Brown Siberian Calf- Brown Cordovan Style 939 $7.00 to $9.00 Price $9.00 Walk-Over BootShop 115 S. Main Street 6 o'clock-Student volunteer band meets...…

May 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…BABLY FAIR TODAY (LA Ar Ar AL- 4Ait r a 4t t ~AaiI UNITED F DAY AND NIGIHT WIRE SERVICE SXXVIL No. 158. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1917. PRICE FIVE PLANS COMPLETE FORf SWING-OUT HELD TOMORROW: REV. L. A. BARRETT TO OPEN EX- ERCISES WITJI INVOCATION; PRESIDENT TO SPEAK EXCUSE SENIORS FROM DRILL IN LIT CORPS Wilfred Shaw to Talk on the Alumni Trust Fund Started by 1916 Classes' All is in readiness for the senior Swing-out...…

May 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 158) • Page Image 2

…U~rA -Dtrt~a i1 NITAR IAN CHURCHI. Army Uniform Department We take pleasure in announcing to our customers and friends the ning of a department -for taking orders of Service Uniforms and ercoats for officers of the United States Army. For the present we are taking orders only for the field service gar- nts, blouse and breeches of olive drab cloth or cotton khaki and over- et of olive drab cloth. In the near future we shall be in a position to...…

May 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…i nluns IUIUiJi w FROSH WITH EASE Varsity Pitcher Holds Scoreless; Strikes Eight Men Yearlings Out field and if it had only been 50 or 60 degrees warmer and the sunshine man hadn't been so sparse, all hands would have been satisfied. The box score: Varsity. A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E. Dancer, 2b ...3 0 0 2 2 1 Walterhouse, cf 3 1 1 1 0 0 Brandell, ss..3 1 1 1 2 1 Torvitz, 3b..4 0 0 3 3 0 Morrison, c....4 0 1 8 1 0 Haidler, lf..... 3 0 0 1 0 0 New...…

May 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 158) • Page Image 4

… !ons of Clothes Washed, Dried, and Ironed by University Laundry AT, BARTON POND ACH ENCAMPMENT TO CONSIST OF 200 WOMEN; TO LAST 20 DAYS Two encampments of the national rvice school of 200 girls each will held at Barton pond this summer. ach encampment is for 20 days. The requirements for entrance are follows: Resident students must be more an 18 years of age. They must have doctor's certificate dated not more an two weeks previous to the o...…

May 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 158) • Page Image 5

…a I SPORT COATS NOW IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR Sport Coat, $8.50 and $1 White Flannel Pants, a new line just in. Order now, this is the time to g.t your A LARGE VARIFTY Hot Weather Suits. We have allkiads From $6.50 to $10.00 " " s. w " " Priced from $8.50 to $12.00 NEXT TOTP YTD'' (g NEXT T QRPIU.1;, .. V/LaX Il 'C..,O-RPHEUv ANN ARBOR, MICH. Wadhams & Co. -- State Street Main Street Your Floral Needs=-= Are BEST SATISFIED...…

May 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 158) • Page Image 6

…i [I 11 TAKE YOUR Amatuer Finishing tea Reliable Photographer who has an established reputation and you will be assured of Results thalt will not be a disappointment. In fine tailoring the cost of good workm~anship exceeds the cost of the fabric. Workmanship is the ability behind the shears, behind the needles. It days the most important part in a successful suit, fixes the cost, the selling price, as wvell as the value of the garment. OUR...…

March 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 113) • Page Image 1

…I ~1 PROBABLY SNOW TODAY .R Y I. *fr 4a tAaiIJ UNITED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE ..._, VOL. XXVII No. 113. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1917. PRICE FIVE CE HIGH, IN SCIENCE Prof. R. M. Wenley Says Michigan Astronomers Are Among Best CALLED DETROIT OBSERVATORY BECAUSE OF CITIZENS' GIFTS President Tappan Starts Project Wlle Making Inaugural Speech America leads the world in practical astronomy, and Mich- igan students...…

March 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 113) • Page Image 2

…Hj DAILY DAILY l April 8th Prepare Now ke your selection from our vast assortment of distinctive weaves and colorful blends. G.H. Merchant Tailors Wild Company STATE STREET 'oice Selectionof Place Cards and Dance Programs he Slater Book Shop me 430 336 S. State St. STOP AT UT TLE"S 33s s. STATE or sodas and lunches EORGE BISCHOFF ce Cut Flowers and Plants hapin St. Ann Arbor, Mich. PRONE 809 M Special Sale of Cosmetics and Switche...…

March 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 113) • Page Image 3

…1-1 Lj I ............... .._.. FINISH[[ 1LN THIRD * * * * * * * * * Admission to the Cornell-Mich- * igan track meet to be held in * Waterman gymnasium,, Saturday, * March 17, will be by coupon nlum- * ber' 14. These coupons will be. * received by the Athletic associa- * tion up to 6 o'clock P. M, March * 12, and a reserved seat ticket will * be returned provided a stamped, * self-addressed envelope is enclos- * ed.. The tickets will be ...…

March 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 113) • Page Image 4

…i A i" 1111 % 1 AA til71 \ LL-1111 1 - IU Dt bUt l GNEERING DEAN PANAMA CANAL TO 'ATED INTO TAU BETA Pl .i] ,n Mortimer E. Cooley of the eng- ng college, will entertain Maj. George W. Goethals when he 3 here to speak tomorrow night I auditorium on "The Construe- Features of the Panama Canal," rated with moving pictures and pticon slides. On Wednesday oon General Goethals will be in- I into Tau Beta Pi as an honor- iember along with the 11 ...…

March 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 113) • Page Image 5

…A L v# i _ = i rr ...rr G i .wr SPRING SHOWING Catkins T might pay you to talk with us about exchanging your old Kodak for a new model or one with a better Co rdovans We have just received Drug l another shipment of Co. lens. 308 So. sat. or 112 so. Univ. Ave. I this popular shoe in BLACK and TAN. Special Agency Nettleton shoes of the new J c/f $20 to $40 Lindenschmidt, Apfel Co. I At Fourth Ave. and Liberty St. Labor...…

March 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 113) • Page Image 6

…CHIGAN DAILY The Cadet T Classi ing lip he Cadet is a Walk-Over c - a model with strik- ies that is as comfortable as a "broad shape" on most feet. The price of leather continues to advance rapidly - better get fitted soon-our pre- sent prices range from $6 to $7. What more do you want THAN LYNDON'S GUARANTEE "Upon receipt of any roll of film we develop if you find a single defect we will not charge you one cent for developing." And we s...…

February 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

…FAIR AND WARMER TO0DAY. I 00, 11 TN AI t tW6n Iatt UNITED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXVII. No. 89. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS s . f 'FOLS PARADISE NAME OF 1817 UNION OPERA Play Will Deal With Questions of Universal Interest on Campus OFFERS SOLUTION TO CO-EDUCATION Book and Lyrics Written by E. E. Par- dee, 17; Acts Laid on Campus and in Union "Fool's Paradise" is the name of the 1...…

February 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 89) • Page Image 2

…ts A. vidual in style, and at all times possess an appreciable age in fabric, tailoring, finish, fit and fashion. Have you ordered yours for the J-Hop? G. H. Wild Company Better Grade State Street Tailors s of the 411 Urxlivrcrsity N1w izid S coridh r-d [he Slater Bkyo STOP AT UT TL S 338 S. STATE or sodas and lunches EORG E BISCTIOFF - LORIST ice Cut Flowers and Plants ;hapin St. Ann Arbor, Mich. PHONE 809 M Rowe City Laundry 406 D...…

February 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 89) • Page Image 3

…lui IU 1 .U s I.L.LL. ILL BEGIN TODAY Battery Candidates Ordered to port in Waterman Gym at Once Re- FOUR OF LAST YEAR'S SQUAD PUT IN APPEARANCE YESTERDAY Captain Elmer Brandell States That Prospects Are Unusually Bright This Year Varsity baseball has its official open- ing for battery men this afternoon at 1 o'clock in Waterman gymnasium. Captain Brandell arrived in town last Saturday morning and will take charge of the squad until Coach L...…

February 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 89) • Page Image 4

…s s " I I AT THE ARCADE 1* [E CRISIS" Is ichigan Man * AT THE THEATERS * TODAY * Mjtcadie *Majestic-Vaudeville. STARTS Dr. W. G. Law, '99D, One of Few ericans Who Will Remain in Germany Am I s *, x THURSDAY _ / ="..,, ~ .. " , . 1 u t William George Law, of Flint, who is mentioned in recent dispatches as one of the few Americans who will not leave Germany and who is at present employed as dentist to the royal Ger- man family, is ...…

February 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 89) • Page Image 5

… A Few Days Longer ** While The Cold Weather Lasts OF FI Calkins MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES Here it is Men YSuits and Overcoats I STEIN-BLOCK and MICHAEL-STERN 1-4 Off CLOTHES 1-4 Off Entire stock fancy and mixed Entire stock blue and black 2 Suits and Overcoats Suits and Overcoats AT 1-4 OFF AT 20% OFF Our entire stock All trousers over $4.00 MACKINAWS AT 20% OFF _ linduBSChmitt, A~fl& 0. Pfe& Co. 1J1JJ~~r1J U1J11J111111J111 lilC1J111JJ...…

February 13, 1917 (vol. 27, iss. 89) • Page Image 6

… IA The Cadet /,.. The Cadet is a Walk-Over Classic - a model with striking lines that is as comfortable as a "broad shape" on most feet. The price of leather continues to advance rapidly-better get fitted soon-our pre- sent prices range from $6 to $7. GO TO ANN ARBOR'S LEADING COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER for Amateur Finishing, Copying, Enlarging Lantern Slides etc. A complete and fresh stock of Eastman Kodaks and Supplies always on hand. L ...…

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