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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Shubert-Garrick, Detroit - "Oh,

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dajestic-Dorothy
reen Eyes."

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Dalton in *

Arcade - Constance Talmadge
"Good Night Paul," also Chris-
Comedy, "Some Cave Man."
Wuerth - Charlotte in "The
ozen Warning." Also War Re-.
ew and Comedy.
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of a man and woman.
Miss Dalton will be remembered
for work in "The Mating of Marcella,"
"The Kaiser's Shadow," "Love Me,"
and "Tyrant Fear," all personally sup-
ervised by Thomas H. Ince, which is
in itself a recommendation for their
quality.
CIDER AND ICE CREAM CONES
SOOTHE MEN'S SWEET TOOTH
Cider and chocolate ice cream
cones are the money getters for the
confectionery stand ,, at the Union.
Since the second week of school there
have been sold on an average, 2,200
cones and 1,000 glasses of cider every
day. During the apple season six
bushels of apples were sold daily at
five cents apiece. Immediately after
lunch has been the busiest time since
many of the sweet-toothed soldiers
crave some dainty after their beans.
Bowling has the largest enrollment
of all the winter sportsat the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin. Three hundred and
seventy-five women, about one-third
of all those taking gymnasium are en-
rolled in bowling.

AT THE MAJESTIC

autiful is one of the most abused
.s in the language, but Dorothy
n, who is to be seen today and
rrow at the Majestic theater in
en Eyes," 'has a myriad of fol-
rs who declare that she is one
e few woman to whom this term
be applied. Advance reports say
this is one of her best pictures.
laid in the South and deals with
usy which nearly wrecks the lives

For service and results try a Daily
Want Ad.-Adv.

PRONE PHONE
1701 1701
lows at Shows at
:00 EJS I ~2E0
3:30 3:30
7:00 "7:00
8:30 8:30, MJ SIH
TODAY and TOMORROW
PARAMOUNT PRESENTS
Dorothy alo
"GREEN EYES"
The husband went through life nursing a terrible grouch; he
thought she loved every man on earth except him. Things went on
from bad to worse until the poor wife was ready to give up the ghost.

That's it, then! SEE THAT THEN!
NSHINE COMEDY

UNIVERSAL WEEKLY

SUNDAY and MONDAY
NID BENNETT "The Marriage Ring"

33 NATIONS ENJOY
ANNUAL RECEPTION
The annual reception for foreign
students given by the president and
the deahs of the colleges was held
last night in Barbour gymansium. An
international program was the inter-
esting feature of the evening. Japan
offered a popular Japanese navy
song. Mademoiselle Jouard charmed
the audience with a French recita-
tion. A group of Chinese under Miss
Ting gave a little sketch depicting a
Chinese street scene. R. J. McCand-
less, an American born in China, gave
a vocal solo. South America was rep-
resented by the del Valle brothers
and J. Luzunars, who entertained
with stringed music.
Professor J. A. C. Hldner gave some
interesting statistics concerning the
number of students in the University
who come from foreign countries.
China has 30 students represented,
South Africa, 27, Canada, 26, Japan,
23, Porto Rico 11, Armenia, 6, Mexi-
co, 5, the Philippines, 5, Holland 4,
Chili, 4, Greece, 1, Switzerland, 1,
Korea, 1, Jamaica, 1, Cuba, 1, Hawaii,
1, Poland, 3, Turkey, 3, India, 2 Hun-
gary, 2, Peru, 2, Germany, 2, Brazil,
1, Italy, 1, France, 1, Egypt, 1 Spain,
1 Nicaragua, 1, Singapore Settle-
ment, 1. Altogether there are 33 for-
eign nations represented and 189 for-
eign students in the University.
MAJOR WILSON FAVORS VQL-
UNTARY MILITARY TRAINING
"The sooner we get rid of this
present military training in the Uni-
versity the better," is the opinion of
Maj. C. E. Wson. But he would like
to give military training to those who
wish a chance to continue the work
they have started, provided that it
be given under different conditions
from the present situation. He would
like the work to be given unhinder-
ed by flu interruptions and in such a
way that it will not hinder the work
done in classes as it has previously.
A tentative plan would be to give
military training as an elective course
to those who wish it, about twice a
week, taking up two hours at each
meeting. In this way classes could
go on 'smoothly and the men would
not be deprived entirely of their train-
ing.
S. A. T. C. MEN GET WORK
One hundred men may secure work
until February beginning as soon as
demobilized. Good pay and extra
bonus for good work. Inquire at of-
fice 721 N. University, Room A, be-
tween 11 A. M. and 8 P. M., this week.
Make arrangements before leaving.
e can use a few other students dur-
ing the holiday rush.-Adv.
' MAJESTIC
2-:30-7-8:40
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
TODAY and TOMORROW
DORTHY DALTON
,-GREEN EYES"
Sunshine Comedy-'Who's your Father'
SUNDAY - MONDAY
ENID BENNETT
*MARRIAGE RING"
ARCADE
I Hours: 3:00, 7:00, 8:30
Phones:
Office, 296-M; Mgrs Re., 2316-M

Thurs-Fri-12-13-Constance Talmadge
in "Good Night Paul" and Christie
Comedy, "Some Cave Man."
Sat-14--Gladys Leslie in "The Mating,"
Gaumont News and Comedy.
Sun-Mon-15-16-Tom Moore in "Thirty
a Week" and "Smiling Bill" Parsons
in "Up a Tree."
mmlmimittmmitlrmiilmU t mitiRElIItP.
WuerthTheater
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
Thur-Fri - 12-13 -Charlotte in "The
Frozen Warning." In Six Parts. Also
War Review and Comedy.
Sat-14-Bryant Washburn in "The Ghost
of the Rancho." Also Weekly and Corn-=
edy, "Great Water Peril."
Sun-Mon-Tues - 15-16-17 - "Crushing
Through to Berlin." In Seven Parts.=
" :Also Comedy.
OrpheumTheater
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
Sat-14-Monroe Salisbury in "The Red,
Red Heart." Also News and Comedy.=
Sun-15--Douglas Fairbanks in "Headin'
South." Also Ford Weekly and Comedy.
Thurs-Fri - 19-20 - Pauline Stark in
E "The Atom." Also 2-Reel Comedy.
GARRICK Wetn
DETROIT I Saturday
SECOND AND LAST WEEK
OH, LOOK!
with the DOLL.Y SIT$RS-HARRY FOX

RED CROSS TO HOLD DRIVE
IN ANN ARBOR ON DEC. 18
Plans for a national drive for the
Red Cross roll call, to take place
throughout the country between Dec.
16 and 23, is causing comment, and
probably will take the form in many
places of a peace jubilee.
In New York city it is said that a
great outdoor dance is to be held on
one of the streets, where for 50 blocks
traffic will be prohibited.
The campaign will be waged in Ann
Arbor for one day only-Dec. 18,
when under the supervision of Charles
Kyer, the city will be thoroughly so-
licited. Only annual memberships
will be sought, although a limited
number of magazine memberships
may be taken out.
AMERICANIZATION OF ENEMY
OWNED PROPERTY CONTINUES
(By Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 12.-Americaniza-
tion of enemy owned property will be
continued until peace is proclaimed,
and possibly even longer during an
extended period of liquidation, de-
clared A. M. Palmer, alien property
custodian in an address here to-
night.
This policy of Americanization,
which he asserted had snatched away
a "knife at the throat of America"
would, he added, destroy the far
reaching German hold on American
industry and assure American manu-
facturers fair competition in their
own and foreign markets.
LAST OF Y. M. C. A. MORT-
GAGE PAID; CLOSES DRIVE
With the payment of $500, the last
principle and interest on the mort-
gage on the Ann Arbor Y. M. C. A.
was removed Tuesday evening. This
mortgage has been hanging over the
building for several years. It was
decided to burn the document on De-
cember 31. This payment completes
the $30,000 campaign started two
years ago.

You will be glad to learn that we have just received
a fresh shipment of
CHOCOLATES
Packed in an
sr""BOX.
or
CHINESE BASKET
They make a lovely and much appreciated gift

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WHIAT'S GONG N
TODAY
4:15 o'clock-Mrs. Bertha Papazian
of Boston will address the Cosmopoli-
tan club in Sarah Caswell Angell hall
on the subject of "Armenia," America
and the World Peace." The public is
welcome.
7:30 o'clock-Freshmen spread at
Barbour gymnasium. No spectator
tickets will be sold.
TOMORROW
8 o'clock-Serge Prokofieff, Russian
pianist, will give a recital in Hill aud-
itorium.
U-NOTICES
Final tryouts for Freshman Girls'

Glee club at 4 o'clock Monday after-
non in Miss Nora Hunt's studio in
the University School of Music build-
ing.
The Michiganensian picture will be
taken at 12 o'clock today at Randall's
studio, 121 East Washington street.
The entire staff must report on time.
S. A. T. C. MEN
Your Daily will not come to
your new address unless you
notifynthe Circulation depart-
ment of the change.

Kee p posted - subscribe for the
Daily, now $3.00.-Adv.

Announcement

AM DURCHFIELD & CO.

The Fine Tailoring Trade
of Ann Arbor

wishes you to know that they have a
very large and varied line of both Win-
ter and Spring weight woolens, "all the
good old material," at very reasonable
prices considering the abnormal mar-

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Will be pleased to see you in regard
to your clothes._
Sam Burchfield & Co. enjoy the most
enviable reputation in their line of
work. We thank you.

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Down Town

Opposite Court House

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