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'T'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

WE DNESDAY, JANUARY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY

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TF THE THEATERS

TODAY

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comes the idle rich. Then follow a
series of rapid fire adventures involv-
ing a beautiful heroine whose father
had been robbed by the book agent's
uncles, and a chase after millions
which vanished suddenly.
Charles Ray will be seen as a news-
paper reporter in his new picture,
"String Beans," at the Majestic the-
ater, Tursday and Friday.

Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-"Sev-
Lteenf."

Majestic-Wallace Reid in
any Millions.'
Arcade- Mae 'Allison in
esting of Molnle.Vine,"
[utt and Jeff comedy.

FOR LIBERTY

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Wuerth-Lucille Lee Stewart in
"The Eleventh Commandment,"
also weekly and comedy.
Orpheum-Wallace Reid in "The'
Thing We Love," also weekly and'
comedy.

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The following casualties are re-
ported today by the commanding
general of the American Expedition-
ary Forces: Killed in action, 69; died
of wounds, 43; died of accident and
other causes, 20; missing in action,
20. Total, 152.
A division of the R. O. T. C. will be
organized at the University of Color-
ado at the beginning of the second
term, and drill will be compulsory for
all first and second year men in the
school.

IHAT'S GOIG ONj
TODAY
4:00 o'ciocx-Meeting of Vasques
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
4:00 o'clock - Freshmen's Girls'
Glee club meets with Nora Crane
Hunt at the School of Music.
4:15 o'clock-Prof. H. P. Thieme
lectures before the Cercle Francaise
in room 203rTappan hall. Subject:
"La France et L'Amerique Pendant
La Guerre."
5:00 o'clock-Heads of the league
houses meet in Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan's office.
7:00 o'clock-Regular rehearsal of
the band at the School of Music.
7:00 o'clock-Important meeting of
Round-Up club in old Union build-
~g.
TOMORROW
4:00 o'clock-Important meeting of
Junior Lit class in room 203 Uni-
versity hall.
7:00 o'clock - Girls' Educational
club meets in Martha Cook building.

100 NURSES ENTER WOMEN'S
LEAGUE; MORE ASKED TO JOIN
One hundred nurses have joined
the Women's league- as a result of
the campaign to bring the nurses in
contact with other University wom-
en. The party given' Friday after-
noon in honor of the nurses was well
attended and they are urged to turn
out for the fancy dress party, either
as a group or individuals, and to
compete for the prizes to be awarded.
Not only nurses but faculty men's
wives and other women connected
with the University are eligible to,
join the league. All women desiring
to become members should communi-
cate with Elsie Erley, '20, chairman
of the membership committee, at the
Martha Cook building, telephone num-
ber,. 627.
A donation of $25,000 has been re-
ceived by the Univeristy of Wisconsin
for the new university infirmary. This
with the donation of $50,000 from the
state swells the,* fund to $175,000.

S emni-Annual
Clearance Sale!

on Suits and Overcoats

Odd Trousers

20% Discount

Wadhams & Co.

Main Street

State Street

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AT THE WHITNEY

A total of $113,000 has been given
by the University of Kansas - to war
work.

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Students read The Daily.-Adv.

"Fair and Warmer" which is to be
een at, the Whitney theater for one
erformance tonight is the story of
wo admirable young people, one a
o perfect husband and the other a
veetly innocent young wife, who find
at their respective marriage partners
ave been leading lives more gay than
reditable. To retaliate, the upright
air decide upon some wickedness of
,eir own. Having practiced none of
ie lesser crimes they greatly overdo
and find that instead of avenging
iemselves they get into far more than
heir original trouble.
Ethel Barrymore in "The Off Chance,"
to be seen at the Whitney theater,
>r one performance, Friday evening,
an. 24. Nothing need be said about
[iss Barrymore's ability as she is one
f the best known and most popular
ctresses of the American stage. She
3also active in numerous war activ-
ies and was one of the organizers of
he festivals of music for the benefit
f the boys in camps.

We

Have Them Again

Wishing You a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
and reminding you that when you want Photographic Success
ou must head tolvard
LYNDON'S 719 N. University

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Ray's Betsy Ross Shop
9 Nickels Arcade, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Wallace Reid in his new picture,
'oo 'Many Millions," which is show-
g at the Majestic theater today and
morrow takes the part of a book
gent who suddenly falls heir to $40,-
0,000. He starts to live the life of
man of wealth, but soon falls vic
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