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THE MICHIGAN DAILY .

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AMERICAN BODIES
BEING RECOVERED
London, Dec. 16. - Latest reports
from the Island of Islay state that
241 bodies known to be those of Am-
ericans who lost their lives in the
sinking of the British transport Otran-
to, have been recovered, 15 having
come ashore within one week. Of
these 20 have not been identified.
There are 149 other bodies that have
been found, 'but whethermthey areI
those of Americans or members of
the transport's crew has not been de-
termined.
Another British army labor battal-
ion has arrived at the island to aid in
the work of combing the wreckage
from the steamer for bodies. Several
that came ashore on the neighboring
Island of Jura have been removed to
Islay and buried.

CHICAGO FURNISHES VAST
AMOLNT OF FOOD DURING WAR
Chicago, Dec. 16.-Chicago, repre-
sentative of the middle west, to which
the world has looked for its provis-
ions, has had a great share in victual-
ing peoples and armies during the four
years of the war and in that period an
enormous amount of provisions has
passed through the Chicago gateway.
With the 1918 shipments there has
been shipped from Chicago more than
40,000,000 tons of cereals.,
In the same period the meat ship-
ments, according to the Drover's trade
journal including cured, canned, a. -
fresh meats amounted to more than
6,000,000 ons.
Fats, including lard, butter, and
cheese ;ttalled more than' 1,800,000
tons.
In &,xdition to grains, meats, and
fats, 20,415,000 bushels of potatoes
were handled out of Chicago, and 5,-
973,8it live hogs, 3,587,415 head of
cattle and 4,166,570 sheep were ship-
ped.
Prior to the spring of 1917 the usual
agencies of trade conducted the dis-
tribution of the vast quantiites of
food-stuffs sent out of Chicago and con-
tracts for provisions were made by
foreign governments direct with the
dealers in Chicago. With the en-
trance of America into the war the
food administration through its var-
ious branches took over the handling
of provisions in quantity and the dis-
tribution was conducted under gov-
ernmental supervision.
S. A. T. C. MEN
Your Daily will not come to
your new address unless you
notify the Circulation depart-
ment of the, change.

Rise in Social
Stock Lxpec ted

Since the end of the war, the so-
cial spirit of the campus has shown
a marked increase. Theaters and
dances have brought out unusual
crowds and many plans are being laid
for social events to take place after
vacation. When the men who have
been in the S. A. T. C. return after
Christmas without any military re-
strictions it is expected that the city
and campus will assume many of its
former customs. With the re-install-
ment of the Hop and the "girl-less"
opera, the Freshman frolic will also
return and will be held as formerly
sometime in the spring. Althougha the
sophomore class has not made definite'
plans for the Soph. prom it is hoped
that this event with society and fra-
ternity parties will be held.
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FORMER VIOLIN DEPARTMENT
HEAD TO RESUME WORK HERE
Samuel Pierson Lockwocd, head of
the violin department of the Univer-
sity School of Music, who has been
absent on leave. In military service,
will resume his work at the school
MAJESTIC
2-3.30-7-8:30
MAJESTIC ORCHESTR Nightly.-AllShows Sunday
TODAY and TOMORROW
TOM MIX
"FAME AND FORTUNE"
Sunshine Comedy

Immediately after the holiday re-
cess. He will also reorganize the
symphony orchestra, which will pre-
pare several programs for the latter
part of the year.
Influenza still lingers at the Uni-
versity of Indiana although the situa-.
tion among the students is much im-

proved. The ban is s
caution

Highest cash price paid for
Liberty Bonds
GEO. SPATHELF
North Side Meat Market, corner
Wall and Broadway. Phone 42

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ARNOLD & CO.

jewelers
220 SOUTH MAIN STREET

THURS.-FRI-SAT.
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
"SHOULDER ARMS"

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STUDENTS? NOTICE!

A RCAD

The biggest Line of FINE PLATINUM JEWELRY, GOLD JEWELRY,
DIAMONDS, WATCHES and SILVERWARE in the city is open for
your inspection.
MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS PURCHASES HERE AND NOW BE-
FORE LEAVING FOR HOME.

Every male student in the
University, civilian as well as
military, is required to re-enroll
with the secretary of his school or
college immediately..Civilian stu-
dents should re-register at once,}
S. A. T. C. men as soon as dis-
charged, naval unit men as soon
as released. Discharge and re-
lease papers should be brought
and exhibited.
This is needed because the
demobilization of the S. A. T. C.
and the releasing of the naval
unit men necessitates a change
in status and address and a set-
tlement of fees among most of
the men students.'
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
Always-Daily service-Always.

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

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Shubert-Garrick, Detroit -"An *
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Majestic-Tom Mix in "Fame
and Fortune;" also Sunshine Com-
edy.

Arcade
"To Him
Comedy,
Weekly.

- Montague Love in
That Hath," and Star'
"Frenzied Film." News'

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Wuerth-"Crushing Through to
Berlin." Seven Parts. Also Com-
edy.

Hours: 3:00, 7:oo, 8:30
Phones:
Office, 296-M; Mgrs Res., 2316-M
Tues-17-Montagu Love in "To Him
That Hath" Star Comedy, "Frenzied
Film," and News Weekly.
Wed-18-Madge Kennedy in "Friend
Husband" (Ret.) and Current Events.
Thurs-Fri-19-20-Mme. Olga Petrova in
"The Light Within" and Christie Com-
edy, "Know Your Neighbor."
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BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
Sun-Mon-Tues - 15-16-17 - "Crushing
Through to Berlin." In Seven Parts.
- Also Comedy.
Wed-18--Priscilla Dean in "The Two-
Souled Woman." In Six Parts. Also
- Comedy.
Thurs-Fri-19-2G-Harold Lockwood in
.: "The Web of Intrigue." Also War
= Review.
OrpheumTheater
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER;
= Thurs- Fri - 19-20 - Pauline Starke in
= "The Atom." Also 2-Reel Comedy.
Sat-21-Edna Goodrich in "Her Hus-
'band's Honor." Also News and Com-
edy.
:.Sun-22-Charles Ray in "The Hired=
Man." Also Ford Weekly and Comedy.
Wed-25-Open.
GARRICK I Matinees
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Wednesday and
DETROIT ISaturday
OSCAR WILDE'S BRILLIANT COMEDY
"An Ideal Husband"
SPECIAL NEW YORK CAST

ARNOLD & CO*'

220 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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AT THE MAJESTIC

PHONE PHJONE
1701 1701
Shows at Shows at
2:00 2:00
3:80 3:30
7:00 7:00
8:308:3
TODAY and TOMORROW

THE ONE AND ONLY
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
IN HIS SECOND MILION DOLLAR COMEDY
e S HO ULDER ARMS"9
December 31--January 1
Besides showing CHAPLIN in connection with Regular Features
there will be
8-CHAPLIN SHOWS-3
December 31, at 5:15 and 11:15-January 31, at 5:16

TOM

MIX

DARRING EXPONENT OF WESTERN LIFE, IN

"FAME AND FORTUNE"
Guaranteed to be the best picture of it's kind ever seen

Tom Mix, dare devil exponent of
Western life, outdoes himself in dar-
ing in this latest picture, "Fame and
Fortune," which is to be seen at the
Majestic today and tomorrow. This
picture of thrills surely proves that
Mix was born under a lucky star.
Here are some of the stunts which he
pulls off in "Fame and Fortune:"
Jumps from a 15 foot elevation with
his horse; leaps from his galloping
horse to the branch of a tree; vaults
over a porch and lands on his horse.
Mr. Mix never uses blank cartridg-
es and while this picture was being
taken, an expert marksman stood be-
hind the camera man with a loaded
Winchester. When you see Tom's hat
shoot off or his cigar clipped from
his mouth, you are 'seeing the real
thing. This picture is guaranteed by
the management to be the best of its
kind yet shown in Ann Arbor.
A Sunshine comedy entitled, "His
Neighbors' Keyhole," will be on the
same bill. Thursday, Charlie Chap-
lin in "Shoulder Arms" is coming.
The influenza ban will be lifted
from the University of Kansas by
Dec. 15 according to a statement made
by the University health committee.
FATHERLESS CHILDREN OF
FRANCE

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[ESE THREE SPECIAL
LY TEN CENT,
HILDREN FIVE CENTS

START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
Laugh out the Old Year of War and Laugh in the New Year of Peace
WITH, "CHARLIE"

SUNSHINE COMEDY

BRAY PICTOGRAPH

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THURS.-FRI.-SAT.

Charlie

Chapin
In his second Million Dollar
picture
""Shoulder
Arms"
THE FUNNIEST PICTURE IN
THE HISTORY OF FILMDOM

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at
Students'
Supply Store

"Do your Christmas shop-
ping early" is the slogan every-
where. Why not add--"and do
it for France?"
Newberry residence has "ad-
opted" a child for one year, in
addition to buying many cards.
There are other groups plan-
ning to do the same thing.
These Christmas greeting
cards of varying prices are on
sale at Foster's, and remember
when you are buying your cards,
you are not only thinking of
sending a "Merry Christmas" to
some one, but are helping to
save the life of a little child in
France, whose father died that
you might live.
If some father or mother has
written asking for Christmas
suggestions for you, forget the
luxury that you have dreamed
of, and say-"a little Fatherless
Child of France." What could
be bought thattwould compare
to the honor that is yours, if
in some broken French home
your name stands as that of an
American who did not fail? Ten
cents a day brings lift to the
child and joy to you.
Buy your cards before they
are all gone.
Additional cards and further
information can be obtained
from
MRS. HENRY DOUGLAS,
1620 Cambridge Road,
Telephone 181.

10-CENT CLUB PAYS
5-CENT CLUB PAYS
2-CENT CLUB PAYS
1-CENT CLUB PAYS

$127.50
63.75
25.50
12.75

That little nickel or dime may be the beginning of a big fortune.
If you haven't the 5 cents or 10 cents, you can start with two cents
or even with one penny. Each week you increase your payments the
same amount you started with. IN 50 WEEKS:

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You can begin with the largest payment first and decrease each
week.
You can pay in the same amount each week, 50 cents, $1.00, $5.00
or any amount you wish.

WANTED
WANTED - Sign writer. Apply at
Mack and Co.
WANTED-Your subscription to the
Daily.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms adapt-
able for club or private party, 234-
236 Nivkels Arcade. Reasonable if
taken at once. Call 717-J.
MISCELLANEOUS
FRATERNITY house wanting house-
keeper or cook apply Box S, Daily.

LOST
LOST - Gold open face watch in
Hostess House. Liberal reward if
returned to Box S, Daily.
LOST-A Fraternity pin - Phi Sig-
n - Delta. Call 2138-J at 6:30 P. M.
:(cward.
LOST-Let the Daily find that lost
article. Use these columns.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-22 calibre Winchester
repater, $10. Good as new. Splen-
did bargain. Phone 2119. 1105 E.
Washtenaw.

You will receive 3 per cent interest.

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