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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

METHODIST CHURCH TO OBTAIN
SPEAKERS FOR NEXT SEMESTER
A list of speakers is being prepar-
ed for the coming semester by Meth-
odist church. Sunday, Bishop Thomas
Nicholson will preach on "The Church
in the Life of the Nation.",
"American Spirit in Action," will be
the subject of an address by Dean
Shailer Mathews of the. University of
Chicago on March 9.
Rev. James A. Richards of the First
Gongregational church of Winnetka,
Ill., will speak on March 23 and Rev.
E. A. Hanley of the First Baptist
church of Rochester, N. Y., on April
27.
Students read The Daily.-Adv.
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Music Notes

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AT THE THEA'ERS

"Patriotism in Music," written by
Prof. A. A. Stanley was read by Mr.
Earl V. Moore yesterday afternoon
before the Daughters of the American
Revolution, at the home of President
Harry B. Hutchins. The different types
of patriotic songs were illustrated by
Robert Dieterle, '18.
Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, dean of the
School of Music, oconducted the Girls'
Glee club yesterday afternoon at the
recital of advanced students in Friese
hall. Katherine Sattler was accom-
panist and Marcia Coburn, soloist.
Johanna Klaphaak Dean Ament, and
Margaret Strauss also contributed to
the program.
Mr. Alexander Hamilton will sing
"Aida," with the University Symphony
orchestra at the twilight faculty con-
cert which will take place at 3 q'clock
Sunday afternoon, March 2.
Enrico Caruso, and assisting art-
ists, will appear Saturday evening,
March 3, in Hill auditorium, under
the auspices of the Choral union ser-
ies.
Engagement of Hazel L. Beckwith,
'19, of Marshall, Mich., to Mason H.
Kinch, '15E, of Peoria Ill., was an-
nounced yesterday..
For service and results try a Daily
Want Ad.-Adv.

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MEN EEKINFORMATION
CONCERNING BONUS BILL.
S. A. T. C. HEADQUIRTERS FLOOD.
ED BY INQUIRIES FROM
EX-SOLDIERS

United States, and one month's pay
to all of those who had served faith-
fully in the United States.
FORIER PROFESSOR UNABLE
TO GET DISCHARGE FROM ARMY
Lieut. Charles Meyer, a former in-

TODAY

Majestic - Maurice
Sporting Life."

Tonneur's

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Arcade-Marion Davies in "The
Burden of Proof," and "Christie'
comedy, "Oh, Bobby, How Could
You."

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structor in the physics department,
who is in service in France, will be
unable to resume his position at the

UNIVERSITY WOMEN TO HOLD
LUNCH IN DETROIT SATURDAY
A meeting of Michigan University
women will be held at noon Saturday
at the Statler hotel. Luncheon will
precede the meeting.
Mrs. Margaret Irving Wallace, social
director of Alumnae residence, will re-
spond to a toast at the luncheon. All
Michigan women who are able to at-
tend will be expected.
Waiters coats. Wagner; & Co.,
State St., head of Liberty St.-Adv.
Use the Daily to reach the students.
Four thousand students read it every
morning.-Adv.

Wuerth-Mae Murray in "Mod- *
ern Love." t *

Orpheum-Winifred Allen in "A
Successful Failure."

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TODAY.
MAE MURRAY

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Detroit Opera House On-the-

Campus-All Week-" Seven
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A great number of former S. A. T. u
C. men have been applying at theL
S. A. T. C. headquarters for informa-a
tion concerning the $60 bonus whichb
may be given all discharged enlistedd
men. This bill has not passed con- p
gress as yet but is under discussion.I
"The senate has already adopted a
provision of this kind as an amend-
ment to the revenue bill," says George
A. King, of the bar of the United
States court of claims at Washington.
"The hosuse committee on military af-
fairs has reported a bill recommended
by the war department. Each pro-
vides for payment of one month's pay
to every officer and enlisted man.
The house bill is limited to the army
only while the senate bill includes
also the navy and marine corps. These
bills give a smaller relief than has
ever been allowed in previous wars."
At the close of the Mexican war,
three ihonths extra pay was given to
the army and some years later con-
gress reenacted a provision which in-
cluded the navy. When the Civil war
came to an end, congress passed an
act, in 1865, with an amendment in
1866, providing for three months' pay.
This bill, however, was payable only
to officers of volunteers. Toward the
end of the Spanish war, an act was
passed allowing two months' pay to
all volunteer organizations which had
served beyond the boundaries of the

University this semester due to his in-
ability to secure his discharge, it has
been announced. Lieutenant Meyer's
discharge has been indefinitely post-
poned. His present address is 1st
Lieuteant, M. T. C. A. P. 0. 717, Amer-
ican Expeditionary Forces.

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Modern Love
Astoryof the conditions connect-
ed with the stage life of today.
Also showing a good two-Reel
Comedy
"FRECKLED FISH"
Saturday
BESSIE BARRISCALE
in "All of a Sudden Norma".
Sunday --- Monday
Warren Kerrigan

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AT THE WHITNEY

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MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-Al Shows Sunday
TODAY AND TOMORROW
MAURICE TOURNEUR'S
"SPORTING LIFE"
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
Romance of Happy Valley

O R P HEUM
T ODAY
"A SUCCESSFUL FAILURE"
A story of how a penni-
less lawyer prospered on
the capital of confidence
alone.
Also a News and, Conmedy
Saturday
"THE CRAVING"
"A LA OHIO"'
Alsoj
News and Comedy,
Sunday
W. S. HART
Branding Broadway

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ARCADE,
Shows at 3:00; 7:00, 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 23i6-M
Thur-1'ri--2o-21--Mari~on Daviles in
"The Burden of Proof"; Christie
Comedy, O Bobby How Could
You?" and3.Ford W~eekly
Sat-22-Geraldine F arrar in "The
Hell Cat" (et ), and Big V Com-
edy, "Humbugs and Husbands."
GARRICK Matinees
+OI Wednesday and
DETROIT Saturday
F. RAY COMSTOCK Presents
A NEW COMEDY
Adam and Eva"

"The Boomerang," a David Belasco
production, iscoming to the Whitney
theater Feb. 22, matinee and evening
performance.
The comedy concerns the undoing of
a young physician who has reduced
courtship to a science. While treating
a patient for love sickness, he con-
fides to his young and pretty nurse a
formula guaranteed to win the most
stubborn of 1hearts. When she later
carries out his instructions, she caus-
es the doctor to fall a hopeless victim
to his own advice.
The cast will include Robert Con-
ness, Harry Hayden, Louisita Valen-
tine, Katherine Hayden, Mary Eliza-
beth and Alma Chester.
AT THE MAJESTIC
"Sporting Life" claims to be an old
Drury Lane melodrama and it cer-
tainly lives up to all expectations.
Thrills abound. There is the sneaking
villain with the curled mustache who
stealthily peers around unexpected
corners, and creeps after the unsus-
pecting hero. Then there is the lady
villain, called in this age of enlighten-
ment, a "vamp."
She is the slick marcelled black hair
type who lures men by her womanly
wiles. Then the handsome hero, he,
steps in at the last minute and wins a
boxing match from the Jess Willard
of that day. They are all there, but
they are supposed to be there and it
makes a fast moving picture of a new
type.
Laboratory coats. Wagner & Co.,
State St., head of Liberty St.-Adv.

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Today- Tomorrow
MAURICE TOURNEUR presents

"Sport.ing

Life"~

A Paramount Artcraft Special Production

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WIN ~j OERA TUESDAY
WHITNEY OE February 25th
Seat Sale Opens Monday

II A thrilling adaptation of
the greatest of the famous
Drury Lane melodramas

THE

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IETHE MUSIC ly
RAYMOND HUIBBELL

800K and LYRICS by
GLENAMacDONOUGH - u -
6 Months at The Geo. L. Cohan Theatre New York
WONDERFUL FUN-At USIC -GIRLS

.tremendous tale of fast horses, flying
fists and beautiful women, now produced
with all the world for its stage.

No Advance in Prices

20,

ENCHANTING SONG HITS 9JULL
OF PUCKERING TUNES

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SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY

D. W. GRIFFITH'S

NEXT WEEK
Anniversary

COMING

PRICES

- - 50C, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.0o PLUS TAX
Seats on Sale Monday at the Box Office

Romance of
Happy Valley

MABLE NORMAND
6 iCkey

Week

BIG WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY MASQUERADE At Weinberg's Coliseum Roller Rink
February 22. 7 p. m. to 10 p. m.
Dancing from 10 to 12 P. M. No one allowed on floor until after 9 o'clock without Costume.

Valuable Prizes Awarded for best Costumes.

Ice Skating from 9

A.M.to 10P.M.

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