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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY

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Whitney-"Seven Days' Leave."
Majestic- William S. Hart in
"Branding Broadway," and . Sun-
shine comedy, "The Diver's Last
Kiss."
Arcade- Bessie Love in "The.
Dawn of Understanding," and Big-
V comedy, "Misfits and Matri-
mony."
Wuerth- Fannie Ward in "A'
Japanese Nightingale," also News
and Comedy.

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Pool of Union to
Open in August
The swimming pool and bowling al-I
leys are planned to be two of the
most popular features of the new
Union building. The pool will be
completed sometime next August if
the efforts of the subscription commit-
tee of the Union are successful. It
will be 75 feet long and 30 feet wide,
the regulation size as required by the
A. A. A. in official meets. The depth
is to increase from four feet at one
end to nine feet at the other.
The customary spring board will
adorn the deep end and also a diving
platform 12 feet from the water. An
attendant will lock up the swimmers'
valuables before he enters the dress-
ing room, the latter to be equipped
with benches and hooks. The en-
trance to the pool from the dressing
room will necessitate passing through
the shower room before entering the
pool. Union members will not be
charged extra for use of the plunge.
The bowling alleys, six in number,
are of thehregulation size and afford
ample sitting space for spectators.
Both the swimming pool and the
bowling alleys will be open from
about 10 o'clock in the morning un-
til the same hour at night.I
Those who advertise in The Mich-
i an Daily cater to ALL Michigan
students,-Adv.

LAW REVIEW PUBLISHES
IMPORTANT WAR ARTICLE
"War Legislation Pertaining to the
Army," by Alfred A. Gillette, of
Princeton university, is the title of an
article in the December number of the
Law Review which came out Thurs-
day. The Review aims to deal with
both the practical and the philosophi-
cal sides of law.
This number of the Review, whichl
usually comes out on the first of
eevry month, is late on account of the
influenza. The Princeton Press,
which publishes the periodical, was
nearly crippled by the epidemic, hav-
ing only one linotype operator part
of the time.
At the meeting of the Law faculty
yesterday, A .B. Tanner, '20, was
elected a meber of the editorial staff.I
This usually consists of about 20 stu-
dents, but because the senior lawI
class is o small this year, only four,
men have been chosen thus far.
WOMEN ASKED TO HELP MAKE
SHIRTS FOR FRENCH WOUNDED
One hundred and fifty hospital
shirts have been received by the War
Work committee of the Women's
league. All girls who sew are urged
to communicate with Florence Field,
'20, chairman of the War Work com-
mittee, in order that they may begin
work on the garments immediately.
The shirts, when completed, will go
to the American fund for French
wounded.

FRENCH CASUALTIES TOTAL
ALMOST FIVE MILLION MEN
Washington, Jan. 10. - Up to
Nov. 1, the casualties in the French
army amounted to 4,762,800, according
to figures made public by the French
high commission today. Of this num-
ber, 1,028,000 were killed in action
or died of wounds; 3,000,000 have been
wounded; and 435,000 have been tak-
en prisoners. This makes a total of
between five and six per cent of the
entire French population who have
been either killed, wounded, or are
otherwise unfit for work.
Students read The Daily.-Adv.
# THEATRE
TODAY
Two performances
DAYS
LEAVE
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Walter Howard
Reserved Seats
at Matinee 25c, 50c
75c, $1.00

PHONE PHONE
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Shows at Shows at
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7:00 70
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151,000 U. S. Men on Way Home
Paris, Jan. 11.-One hundred fifty-
one thousand soldiers from the Amer-
ican Expeditionary Forces have al-
ready started their return journey to

the United States, according to an
announcement made from American
general headquarters. This figure
includes 10,435 offiecrs and 140,689
non-commissioned officers and men.

LAST TIMES TODAY

WILLIAM

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Broadway"
See "Bill" in Entirely New Role, and
Sunshine Comedy
'The Diver's Last Kiss'

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AT THE WHITNEY

"Seven Days' Leave," the big naval-
military melodrama which comes to
the Whitney theater on Saturday, Jan.
11, for both a matinee and evening
performance holds the record for all
plays of its type, not only in Great
Britain and Australia, but in New
York, for the company which is to
present it here played for 'over 20
weeks at the Park theater, New York.
The American v'ersion centers
about a young Irish-American Major
in the British army whose invention'
to detect undersea boats has been
stolen by a man and woman, German
spies. This leds to all complications,
and enables the producers to show the
gun deck of a Yankee cruiser in ac-
tion, with the discharge of six-pound-
ers and rapid fire guns, and the de-,
destroying of a German U-boat. It
also leads to the race for a buoy in
the English Channel by the heroine,
and the German girl.y
AT THE MAJESTIC
It would be hard to find a better
name for William S. Hart's new pid-
ture which is showing at the Majestic
for the last times today than "Brand-
ing Broadway." For Bill brands the
White Way with, his own particular
mark. He shows the rounders where
they head in and uses his puncher
methods on the gay and festive sports
of Times Square with the result that
he wins out in the end after almost
tirning Broadway upside down and
making the North river jump into the
East. No great life problem confronts
"Big Bill" Hart in this story, 'he is
just a live wire from the Arizona
mountains, a fellow with nerve and
grit and, a heart.
A Sunshine comedy, "The Diver's
Last Kiss" offers further attraction.
Mary Pickford in "How Could You,
Jean?" will be shown tomorrow for
one day only.
Methodist Church to Show Movies
Movies will be shown at 7:15 o'clock
tonight at the First Methodist church.
They will include a big feature, a com-
edy, and a travelogue. Eeveryone is,
urged to come.
Dr. A. W. Stalker will lead a meet-
ing of the University men's class at
12 o'clock Sunday noon. This is the
first meeting of the class this year
and the men are urged to come out
and.make a good beginning for 1919.
Use the Daily to reach the students.
Four thousand students read it every
morning.-Adv.

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ONE DAY ONLY
Mary Pickford

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Complete Satisfaction

MAJESTIC
3:30-7-8:30
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
William S.6"lranding
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SUNSHINE COMEDY
TOMORROW ONLY
Mary Pfckford, 'How Could You Jean'

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Sat-: --Bessie Love in "The Dawn of
Understanding," and BigV Comedy,
"Misfits and Matrimony."
Sun-Mon-12-13-Madge Kennedy in
"A Perfect Lady," and "Smiling
Bill" Parsons in "Bill Camps Out."
Tue-i4-Marguerite Marsh (sister of
Mae Marsh) in "Conquered Hearts,"
Star Comedy, "Don't Weaken," and
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Wuerth Theater
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Sat-i i-Fannie Ward in "A Japanese
Nightingale." Also News and Com-
edy. -
SunMon-12-13-Mary Miles Minter
in "Rosemary Climbs the Heights."
Also Weekly and Comedy.
OrpheumTheater
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY S
Tues-14-Pauline Frederick in "Ma- =
dame Jealousy." Second episode,
William Duncan in "A Fight for
r Millions."-
Sat-ii-Marie Walcamp in "Tongues
of Flame." Also News and Comedy.
SunMon--1t3-Dorothy Gish in
"The Hun Within. Also Weekly
and Comedy.=
GARRICK I Matinees
DETROITWednesday and
DETROITSaturday
THE MUSICAL COMEDY DELIGHT
"Oh, Boy!"
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