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THE MICHIGAN DAILX

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manner, and wines and dines him at
the gayest of places. All the while,
Bert Lytell, the hero, has been carry-
ing on a romance of his own. When
Uncle gets a peep into this affair, he
helps things along beautifully.
AT THE WUERTH
The atmosphere of the pine clad
mountains is well brought out in Bil-
lie Rhodes' five part comedy drama,
"The Girl of My Dreams," at the
Wuerth theater Wednesday.
It reveals Miss Rhodes as the sim-
ple child of nature, surprised at her
haunts by one of "them city fellers,"
and photographed by him.
Patronize our advertisers.-Adv.

AT THE ORPHEUM
"Hearts of the Wilds" at the Or-
pheum theater Wednesday affords
Miss Elsie Ferguson a new type of
role in that it shows her as a girl
living on the Canadian border. She
has many thrilling adventures in the
rugged life of the mountains. The pic-
ture is based on Edgar Selwyn's play,
'/Pierre of the Plails."
NEW STUDENTS RECALLED
All persons enrolled with the
appointment committee in Tap-
pan hall are requested to call
at that office this week and fill
out location blanks, in order
that theymay be reached every
hour of the day.

What's Going on
at Other Colleges
Harvard-"Crowns and Clowns', is
the name of the annual spring pro-
duction to be given by the Hasty
Pudding club. The show is to be put
on not only at Cambridge but also
at the Hotel Astor in New York and
in Boston. Last year's production
was prevented because of the war.
Purdue-Flowers are to be banned
at the annual cadet hop to be given
in Lafayette next Wednesday.
Yale--The proverbial Sunday quiet
is to be 'broken hereafter at Yale.
The board of control of Yale univer-
sity athletics has adopted a program
of openingall athletic facilities on
Sunday afternoon.

probably not be in operation again
before that time.
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
-Adv.
MAJESTxC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S ws Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
ENID BENNETT in
"WHEN DO WE EAT?"

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Iowa State Builds Model Hospital
A children's hospital with play-
ground and full equipment has re-
cently been built at Iowa State uni-
versity and is to be dedicated soon.
GiaRBRICK Matinees
G RRICK Wednesday and
DETROIT ISaturday
Edward Lockes' Comedy
"THE CLIMAX"
With ELEANOR PAINTER

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DANCING
At the Packard Academy E
Monday and Thursday 8 to 10 1
Also private instruction in the L
steps. Phone 1850-F-1.-Adv
CASH FOR
LIBERTY BONDS
David A. Killins & Son.
107 1 at National Bank Bldg.

THURS., FRI., SAT.
Theda Bara in
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Shows at 3:00; 7:o; 8:30
Phones.:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res. 2316-M

Jiediel Students
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LABORATORY SUPPLIES
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SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
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NABF~~I NI~hIAfl.E
O'$1

OW could she guess
that at this moment,
when dishes and dust-
pans and scolding fill the
dreary existence of that wild
little waif from the hill coun-
try-that far away old Joe
had made the luckiest strike
of his whole life.
See "Mickey." You will
never forget this iasterpiece
of love and adventure, pathos
and humor. -

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Remember, the Early Bird gets the Best Seat

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Purdue-The women at Purdue last
week rose up against conventions and
tyrant style to the extent of passing
resolutions demanding saner dress.
The resolution ran thus: "We, the
women of Purdue, protest against the
adoption of the extremely long and
narrow skirts now sold, and ask that
the dealers and makers of ready-made
clothing put on the market a saner
type of dress." The resolution has
over 60 signatures and will be sent
to other colleges of Indiana, and final-
ly to the manufacturers.
Indiana-With a view of heighten-
ing interest in women's basketball
games for both men and .women, a
ruling has been passed that men,
holding tickets may attend the games.
Each member of the Women's Athletic
association is permitted to invite one
guest and this ticket only will entitle
him to enter the sanctum sanctorum
of the women's gymnasium.
Princeton-The Student council of
Princeton have come to the conclusion
that the appearance of intoxicated per-
sons on and about the floor at the
prom is deplorable and not to be
tolerated. Hence the council passed
a resolution for a dry prom this year.
Minnesota-A campanile is to be
part of a soldier memorial the univer-
sity is to erect. It is to consist of
two other parts, an auditorium with a
seating capacity of 8,000, a wall 250
feet long extending from the auditor-
ium across Washington avenue to the
south end of the campus along the
river bank, and the campanile with
chimes and' a bronze memorial bearing
the names of Minnesota's soldier dead.
ADELPHI - ALPHA NU
FRESHMEN TO CLASH
Interest in campus debating is be-
ing turned toward the coming contest
between the freshman teams of the
Adelphi and Alpha Nu societies. This
debate will be held after the spring
vacation in University hall. It is an
annual event.
The Detroit alumni of the Univer-
sity donated a cup four years ago.
The society whose team wins the ma-
jority of debates held in seven con-
secutive years secures possession of
the cup. At present there is a tie be-
tween the two societies, Adelphi hav-
ing won for two years and Alpha Nu
claiming the honors for last year and
the year before.
Preliminaries will be held within
the next few weeks to' chose teams
composed of three men and an al-
ternate. The subject of the final de-
bate will be known by the first of
next week.
COMMUNITY HOUSE TO OPEN
NEXT WEEK WITH RECEPTION
An opening reception will be given
at the new Ann ArboracoMmuity
house early next week, although no
definite date has been set through a
delay in t work of completing the
house.
The house, which will be run under
the auspices of the federated chari-
ties in co-operation with the Y. W. C.
A., will be used as a civic center where
transients may find overnight lodging
and where entertainments and lec-
tures may be given.
Sixteen rooms have been prepared
for the work in a house at the corner
of Main and Williams streets.
LAST CHANCE FOR VOTERS TO
GET INSTRUCTIONS ON MAR. 5

Voting booths in the various wards
will be open Wednesday, March 5, and
men stationed in each booth to in-
struct new voters to operate the vot-
ing machines.
This will be the last opportunity
before election to receive this instruc-
tion as the machines are to be over-
hauled before the primaries and will

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Wed-5-Bert Lytell in "The Spender;"
Star Comedy, "Marry My Wife," and
Screen Telegram.
Thurs- Fri-6- 7-All-Star cast in "Wo-
man," a Maurice Tourneur production;
Christie Comedy, "Two's Company,"
and Ford Weekly.25c.
Sat-8--Bessie Love in "The Enchanted
Barn" and Big-V Comedy, "Farms and

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