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RELIGION IN INDUSTRY

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SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM
RANGED FOR LAST UNION
SERVICES

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President-Elect Unable to Attend
Banquet of Military Club
Due to business which demands his
presence at Washington, D. C., presi-
dent-elect Marion L. Burton, will not
be able to attend the banquet of the
University R. 0. T. C. club, an May 20.

Sat., 8 - Eugene O'Brien in
"His Wife's Money," with Larry.
Semon in "Star Porter."

Mr. Samuel S. Marquis, the indus-

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213 East Liberty Street
715 North University Avenue
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principal speaker at the last Univer-
sity union, services to be held at 6:30t
o'clock Sunday night in Hill auditor-
ium. The subject of Mr. Marquis' ad-
dress will be "Tile Place of Religion
in the Solution of the Present Indus-
trial Problems."
The system of dealing with em-
ployees, established by the Ford com-
pany has proved to be more success-~
ful than anyone of the employers
hoped, and these remarkable results
are due primarily to the efforts of'
Mr. Marquis and his assistants. His
many years of experience fit him well
to talk on, the modern problems of,
industry, it is said. Before associat-
ing with the Ford concern, Mr. Mar-
quis was the dean of St. Paul's Cath-
edral in Detroit.
A special musical program has been
arranged under the direction of Mr.
Russell Carter of the School of Music.
A male quartette from the School of
Music will render several sacred num-
bers, Bertrand Bronson, '22, will give
a violin solo, accompanied by Mr.
Frank A Taber on the organ.
BONE MEAL, LIME, USED FOR
FERTILIZING CAMPUS LAWNS
Work Pirogressing Well, State Depart-
ment Officials; to Start Seed-
ing Soon .
Work on ;fertilizing the lawns is
progressing well, according to a state-
ment issued from the buildings and
grounds department yesterday.
Already two tons of bone meal have
been scattered upon the campus, and
an equal quantity has been received
and will, be unloaded from the car,
to be placed upon the lawns as soon
as possible.
In various spots on the gampus the
ground has been soured, the pne
needles being the chief cause. To
remedy this more than 50 sacks of
lime :have been spread over these
places.
Seeding will begin as soon as the
fertilization is completed in order that
the. campus may appear at its best at
commencement time, stated depart-
ment officials.
GOVERNMENT RED TAPE HOLDS
UP PROGRESS OF RIFLE CLUB
Progress of the Rifle club is being
slowed up somewhat by the custom-
ary government red tape. The club
has just received the forms for re-
quisitioning supplies.
An attempt is being made through
unofficial channels to obtain rifles and
sufficient target material to tide over
the club until the authorized allot-
ment is received. If this attempt is
successful, the club should be run-
ning in full force in not less than two
weeks. The club has 15,000 rounds of
ammunition on hand so only the rifles
and targets are needed.
CORRECTION MADE IN DAYS
FOR WEARING CAPS, GOWNS
It was stated in The Daily for Wed-
nesday that seniors were especially
requested to wear their caps and
gowns on every Wednesday and Sat-
urday after Swing-out. Wednesday
and Friday are the days on which it
is customary to wear them.

The Stage
THE WHITNSEY

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thoughtfulness and wish to assure you
of my genuine interest in the work
of the R. 0. T. C.," said Dr. Burton,
in a letter to Capt. John P. Lucas, in
response to the invitation extended
by the captain.
"Perhaps you may be aware that I
have been rather active in these af-
fairs in recent years. For example,
at the present time I am chairman of
the standing committee on military
affairs of the National Association of
State Universities.
"I shall hope, when I reach Mich-
igan, to have the privilege of co-op-
erating with you in the development
of this important phase of the work,"
he concluded.

May Robson, known for her por-
'trayals in "A Little Bit Old-Fashion-
ed," and "The Rejuvenation of Aunt
Mary," will appear tonight at the
Whitney in Edward E. Rose's dram-
atization of Mary Robert Rinehart's
popular "Tish" stories. In writing his
play Rose has made a number of the
incidents from Mrs. Rinehart's stories
into a melodramatic farce centered
around the unique spinster who gives
the'drama its titl.e

LAST T IMES 1T

"THE
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Of

The Screen

THE MAJESTIC

Inspection

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MAIN STREET
.

Posing as a retired gentleman and
trying to bring the murderer of his
aged millionaire friend to justice have
more than an ordinary number of dif-
ficulties for Arsene Lupin, the master-
crook and central character in "Teeth
of the Tiger," the mystery picture
which will be shown with David Pow-
ell and Marguerite Courtot again to-
day at the Majestic.
f THE ARCADE
Under-sea life is graphically depict-
ed in J. E. Williamson's "Girl of the
Sea;" featuring the youthful Betty
Hilburn again today at .the Arcade.
Besides the unusual plant life of the
bottom of the ocean, sharks, sea-tig-
ers and other water animals aire
shown. One of the most unique scenes
in the picture is a battle between Miss
Hilburn and an octupus.
LIVE FEATURES PROMISED
FOR ANNUAL CREASE PAPER
Explanation of the meaning of the
word "Crease" is one of the several
features to appear Friday night in
the "Crease," the publication issued
by the senior laws at their annual.
dance. A' ballot 4howing preference,
for President of the United States:
and other officers to be elected this-
fall gives the, editors an opportunity
to sum up the political situation as it
appears to them.
Other features of the paper will be
the customary humorous sketches and
knocks at the faculty.
A special wire brings the results of
all the games to 'he Daily. You can
find them there every morning.-Adv.

"SPECIALAooHP
"HER NAUGHTY"

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'Whitney Theatre-
A OUISTUS P ITOU awc. Prese

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If you want to see a good pic-
ture that is different - today is
zts;rf your last chance to see
Betty Hilburn
supported by
Chester Barnett
IN
"GIRL OF
THE SEA"
By the Submarine Film Corp.
Also Star Comedy-
"Butting in on
IR 'de Baby"
S~l'E V//J .E 1MAON J II \1 &
Bray-Pictograph
Tomorrow and Saturday
arle Williams in "Captain= Swift"
and
Charlie Chaplin in "The Count"

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