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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, EBRUARY 28, 191

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"Te od Cure wil cure the worst
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
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T OD A Y

KITTY

IN

Also Comedy
Thursday - - Friday
HARRY CAREY In
Three Mounted Men
Sunday, Monday

BOXING INSTRUCTOR
HOME FROM C A MP
Question Arises Whether Sport Will
Again Be Taken Up, ,
Here
Orville Westerman, who Instructed
in boximg las yearat he Uivesit
and handled the sparring tournament
in Waterman gymnasium, has returned
from Camp Knox, Ky., where he has
served as boxing instructor for the
Idoughboys for the last eight mnonths.
He was previously at Camp Gordon,
Ga., and is at present doing real est e
work in Detroit.
It is doubtful if Westerman will take
up his boxing work again this year and
the Athletic association has not decid-
~ed definitely what course of instruc-
tion will be carried out in this line.
Doctoi May's idea is to have some
professional boxer here who will be
Ipaid in part by the University and give
private instruction at a nominal fee-.
IHe believes that this is the only way
to accomplish the best results. Where
Sinstruction is given to a lage clas th
individual learns little compared to
the system of taking punishment in a
set-to with one who is an expert.
Doctor VMay is opposed to the boxing
tournaments as they are dangerous
without a padded ring or proper equip-
ment. He believes that the majority
of students want to learn to box for
the personal satisfaction of being able
to handle their fists in an emergency
and to keep themselves fit. They do
not care to box for exhibition nor to
please a crowd of fans; that is left
to professionaJs who make a business
of the art. The Athletic association
hase several Detroit men in mind t
has been engaged as yet.
"Special Course Offered to Nurses
ICharles Griffits, instructor in the
Psychologyu depiartment, is offering a
, spca orei scooyt h
group of public health nurses who are
in Ann Arbor taking a seven weeks'
course.

SAY WAR IS"ORK"
Football, according to Coach Yost
of the Michigan Varsity, is much like
war. Lieut. Jimmy Raynsford, of the
44th Regiment Coast Artillery, in
France, one of Yost's best linemen,
corroborated the statement, but adds
that war, together with being what
Sherman said it was, is more work
than football-.
Raynsford speaks from experience.
Having served with the hurry up men-
tor's eleven as one of his star defen-
sive players, and then having enlist-
ed in the service of his country, to be
sent to stop the Hun* terrorisms, he
learned both arts well.
"The heavy artillery isn't very excit-
ing," is the statement made by the star
gridiron player, "but it's a lot more
work than football. The 44th was the
first American heavy artillery regi-
ment in line and was used mostly in
counter battery and harrassing work.
We never saw our targets, but we
shelled villages and cross roads back of
the German lines. I saw the damage
done, from the observation posts many
a time."
Raynsford returned to the United
States on the steamer Cedric, together
with Liout. Frank R. Millar, another
of" s's old line men.
HIGHWAY EGNINEERING COURSE
VERY POPULAR THIS YEAR
Lectures by Highway Authorities
Included in Four Day
Course

1HCHIGAN~ TO BE WELL REPRE-
SENTEI) BY FACULTY AT
('ON VENTION
Dean John R. Effinger of the literary
college left last night for Chicago,
where he will preside at the Univer-
sity of Michigan banquet to be held
Wednesday night at the annual con-
vention of the National Education as-
sociation which is meeting there this
week. -
Several other members of the Uni-
versity faculty, including Prof s. A. S.
Whitney. C. 0. Davis, J. B. Edmund-
s'on ,and G. E. Myers, all of the edu-
cational department, Mr. -Theodore
Harison, Dean Myra B. Jordan, Miss
Grace Greenwood, and Miss Lucy
Elliot are also attending the conven-
tion.
University, high school, and wom-
en's topics will be discussed at the
convention.

Michigan cities," said Sheriff A. C.
Mack after taking 60 quarts away from
local people arriving in the city dur-
ing the week end.
Residents of Ann Arbor have not
caused the authorities any trouble
along this line but following the re-
ports of the open road to Toledo sev-
eral local people took a fling at the
bootlegging stunt. Most of them met
with failure.
See Viola Dana recite "The Face on

the Bar-room Floor," in "The
Cure" at the Arcade today.

Gold

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GARRICK "edns"a an
DETROIT I Stray a
SH. H. FRAZEE presents
bA Thousand Eyes"
with FRANK McINTY RE

AJE ST IC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Show: Sunday
TODAY AND TOMORROW
GEORGE WALSH in
Shows at30 0 3
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res. 2316 M
We d-6--V iola Dana in "The Gold
( n Sc Comedye "g, Rosa,
lThur 1r -28- j. Stuart Blackton's
s. u. feturig I lrer Ralnon
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W HIT NEY THEATRE
Monay rch 3

T OD A Y
Charles Ray in

Majestic-George Walsh in
Say So."
Arcade-Viola Dana in
Gold Cure.'"

The Law ot
The North
Alsa
A Fight for Millions
Thursday - - Friday
Gloria Swanson in
UNTO TUE END
Also News & Comedy

PHONE PHONE
1701 1701
Shows at Ish at
3:30 I :30
7:00 7:00

Today-Tomorrow

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Well,yowwifl want to se
Friday - Saturday

Attendance at the annual short
course in highway engineering which
is being given this week in the En-
gineering building, is unusually large
The course is given under the direc-
tion of the engineering college in co-
operation with the Michigan StatE
Highwaydepartment,8 and extend~
The aim of the instruction is to
supply information to road commis
sioners and others who are interest
ed in the maintenance and improve
ment of the roads of the state.
Lectures are being given daily b~
men who are specialists in their line
including special lecturers from othe:
states, engineers of the Michigai
State Highway department and mem
bers of the faculty of the Universit:
of Michigan.
The program of the course wa
opened on Monday morning by Pres
ident Harry B. Hutchins. During th
remainder of the period individua
road building problems of differen
sections of the country will be unde
discussion.
On Tuesday evening those takim
the course were given a smoker a
the Michigan Union. The speaker
were Dean M. E. Cooley, Prof. H. E
Riggs of the engineering college, an
others.
While so many of its members ar
together, the Michigan Highway Coin
missioners and Engineers' associa
tion will hold its annual banquet, ii
Ann Arbor.- This will take place o
Thursday evening. The Michigan En
gineering society will hold specia
meetings on Friday afternoon an
evening at the Michigan Union.
Wet Law Is Subject at Rotary Dinne
Prof. E. C. Goddard of the law de
partment of the University will speal
o"TeRea Sinificance of the ~Pro
dinner today.
The meeting, which has usually bee
held at Lane hall, will be held at th4
Michigan Union today.
TH.EATRE
Direct on the ivay fro
SLEEPN
A PARISIAN 4

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* Orpheum-Charles
* Law of the North.''

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Schubert - Garrick, Detroit--All
Week-"A Thousand Eyes."
Detroit Opera House On-the-

Ray in "The

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PRICES:

* Campus-All Week-"See You * Lower Floor 2.00, Balcony 1.00 1.50,
,Ltr * * Gallery 75c
-i AT THE WUEiRTHI
Kitty Gordon, in "Adele," will be
s seen at the Wuerth theater ,for the last
- time today. She takes the part of a
e patriotic young American girl. While
t Gordon it affords her unusual emotion-
r al opportunities of which she takes
full advantage. -' ' ~ ' / ~
g nthis picture she is among the firt
t to volunteer her services as a Red
sCross nurse. There is a vividness of -
. scene and a realism of effect, and a =
d fascinating love story is threaded
-AT THE ARCADE I
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n "Te God Cue," eatuing i 66
a Dana at the Arcade today, has a very
-clever plot.
1 It concerns a town which has sent==
d all of its promising material to war, -77 7.
Iand leaves the girls in a helpless st-ate. $ T SLa a vre V so y O
Annice, Viola Dana, decides that some-U ~
r thing must be done for the amuse So t nd L v
ment of herself and her friends so by=
k a unique method, she imports two=
-handsocity etboys. While they are - SJr- Vl .an =
The many adventures which befall in "The G-
n Miss Dana in the carrying out of her C
e strategy give her full scope to display S c~ Ord- P
her prow ess. = C y O W C O
- areturn frn 10-
Fri3 Feb 28 edo!
~m the Bijou, Neiv York Only of course Viola
COMEDY WITH Cure" Sanitarium
Sand rescue a certain young man who was taken
W allace ~ here by mistake. It is a riot of fun to see Viola
nd Dana in this production.
Ed dinger Did You Like "Hearts of ther World"?
herald O0f course you did! Everybody did! Then you will surely like
'ommon Success-N. Y. Sun S THE COMMON CAUSE." It containi so much of the humor
imes Spathos and human ,"bits" Which made "Hearts of the World" SO
- a ucesN Y ol
~~'lz'uSuccss-. Y.Word ~appealing. -Don't Miss It. Tomorrow and Friday. Adults 25c,5
nt of the production ended SChildren l0c.
Arbor intact. Opens Princess -
nxday for remainder of season Commencing this week, the Arcade waiie S
p1.50, $2.00. Gallery 50c two special matinees at 4:30 and 5:45 each Friday E
wSelling Saturday and Sunday.

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SC. HADDON CHAMBERS
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* Wuerth - Kitty Gordon
* "Adele."
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BILLIE

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"THE MAKE-BELIEVE WIFE"
"A Village Cheslnut"-Sennett Comedy

SUNDAY - MONDAY

IIrene
Bordoni

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WALL ACE REID

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"THE DUB"

A Comedy Gem-N. Y..
£?n Unc
Don 't Atiss It-N. Y. Ti
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COMING

THEDA BAR A
"Salome"

Mabel Normand

The New York Engageme
Saturday. Comes to Ann i
Theatre, Chicago, next su]
TICKETS - 75c, $1.00, ~
Seats No

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