THE MICHIGAN DAILY
.RAT IN WORLD WAR
MON GOVERNMENT BACKS
BRITAIN'S FORCES TO
ada's achievement in the years
war as stated by the director
blie information in Our Neigh-
n the North:
ada entered the war with a reg-
imy: of only 3,000 men. At the
Ring of October this year she
ent overseas not less than 390,-
olders, and on the same date
were in this country over 60,-
en being trained for service in
e. "This makes a total army of
48,000 Sacrifice Lives
aditn soldiers to the number of
- have given their lives to the
Of these 27000 have been kill-
action; 9,288 have died of
is; 2,257 have died of disease;
are presumed to be dead.
names of the 113,007 soldiers
appeared in the casualty lists
unded or sick. Between 30,000
0,000 of these have returned to
about 50,000 have been sent
to Canada as unfit for further
e; 2,224 Canadians are still in
tn or neutral military prisons,
4 are set dwn as missing. i
10,000 Given Distinctions
bravery and devotion of Cana-
oldiers and nursing sisters have
en without .recognition. Some
of these have reecived distine-
of one kind or another. Follow-
a list of honors which have
won in the field by members of
anadian expeditionary force:
oria cross, 30; distinguished
" order, 432; bar to distinguish-
'viec order, 18; military cross,
bar to military cross, 61 ;dis-
shed conduct medal, 939; mili-
iedal, 6,459; first bar to military
, 227; second bar to military
6; meritorious service medal,
nentioned in dispatches, 2,573;
Red Cross, 130.
la~re,.?19, Back in Ann Arbor
Clarke, '19, who has been sta-
at a naval aviation field in Tex-
b rdceved his diseharge and is
An Ann Arbor. He was city and
editor of the Michigan Daily
ear and intends to return to
JESDAY DEC. 10
EAT SALE TODAY
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AT THE THEATERS
RED GROSS CANTEEN IN I
FRANCE" FEEDS 10,"000
78; 00 STATIONS ALONG LINE
month, 6,000 full meals were served atI
this particular canteen.
BILL FOR CERTAIN TYPES
OF EDUCATION COMES UP
Majestic - John Barrymore in *
"On the Quiet."
Arcade-Earle Williams in "A
Diplomatic . Mission." Gaumont
News and Comedy.
Wuerth-Monroe Salisbury in
"The Guilt of Silence." Also
Weekly and Comedy.
army in France.
. Cross canteens along the line of com-
* munication in France last month. On
Congress is now considering an ed-
ucational bill which provides for an
appropriation of $100,000,000 annually
in order to carry on more successfully
certain types of education which vi-
tally concern our national welfare.
The provisions of the bill are for the
removal of illiteracy, Americanization
of foreigners, equalization of educa-
tional opportunities in rural sections,
,promotion of physical and health ed-
ucation, preparation of teachers for
public schools, and creation of an ex-
The bill provides for an appropri-
ation of $3,171,131.61 for Michigan in
carrying out the above program.
Shows at Shows at
2:00A 1ST C 2:00
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
-.. IN .
"Bob Ridgway" thoroughly agreed with the Kentucky colonel who
sMid, "There are two tastes that have to be acquired suh; one is for
olives, and the other is for water." That is, he agreed with him until
he saw the girl and the $20,000,000 that went with her.
UNIVERSAL WEEKLY BRAY PICTOGRAPH
Orpheum-Violet Mersereau in *
"Together." Also Weekly and *
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AT THE MAJESTIC
John Barrymore's new photoplay
"On the Quiet," to be seen at the Maj-
estic theater today, marks his re-
entrance to moving pictures after a
long absence during which he was
engaged in the legitimate stage pro-
duction of "Peter Ibbetson." Mr. Bar-
rymore will be remembered for his
former pictures, "The Man from Mex-
ico" and "Are You a Mason?"
Marguerite Clark, one of the most
popular actresses on the stage is com-
ing tomorrow in "Out of a Clear Sky."
A Sennett comedy and a Burton
Holmes travelogue will be on the
LOST - Gold tvatch in Chemistry
building. $5 reward. H. A. Rasch,
Barracks 29B, 621 So. Stat, St.
MAJESTIC ORCHESTftA Nightly-Al Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
"N T'HE QUIET"'
"OUT OF A CLEAR SKY"
one day of that month 10,000 pass-
ing troops were given hot coffee and
food to cheer them on their way. This
is a record in service ,for Americas
It was performed by a squad of
eight American women and girls. And,
to make their task more difficult, they
served this food at three different
points, each almost three miles away
from the other.
So, from the seaports to the battle'
front, the American soldiers are met
at Intervening stations by Red Cross
workers distributing hot drinks, food
and tobacco. The troop trains are
stopped outside of these Red Cross
canteens, and most of them remain
until every soldier has been served.
If a train does not pull into the
terminus where the canteen is located,
the Red Cross workers pile their food
and hot drinks upon a truck or cami-
onette and hustle it to the place where
the train does stop. Where the wait
of the troop train is an hour, the sold-
iers are served a full meal. Last
U. of M. Man Offiier on Wilson Liner
Howard B. Maskius, 'ISE, of De-
troit, has been promoted to warrint
officer and assigned for further train-
ing to the U. S. S. "George Washing-
ton," which sailed Wednesday from
New York with the presidential par-
ty. Haskins was graduated from the
engineering college of the University
last June. He then entered the naval
officers' training school at Stevens In-
stitute, where he has been prior to
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Sat-7-Earle Williaihs in "A Diplomatic
Mission," Gaumont News, and Comedy.
Sun-Mon--9-Geraldine Farrar in "The
Turn of the Wheel" and "Smiling Bill"
Parsons in "Billy's Fortune."t
Tues-10-Carlyle Blackwell andkEvelyn
Greeley in "By Hook or Crook," Star
Comedy, "Please Hit Me" and News
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
= Sat-7-Monroe Salisbury in "The Guilt
of Silence." Also Weekly and Comedy. :
Sun-Mon - 8-9 - Directed by Richard
- Stanton, written by Adrian Johnson, in
-" "Land of the Free." And Life of Gen-
eral Pershing, in 6 parts. Also Com-
Tues-Wed - 13-11-Florence Reed in
"Wives of Men." Seven Parts. Also -
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
=Sat-7-Violet Mersereau in "Together."
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