100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 15, 1917 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1917-11-15

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURS

anks The Daily
ir Co-operation
rleanor Wilson McAdoo Writes
Lppreciation of Assistance
In Campaign.
reciation of aid in the recent
y Loan campaign is expressed
ote received by The Daily yes-
from Mrs. William G. McAdoo,'
eanor Wilson, wife of the sec-
of Treasury and chairman of
>men's Liberty Loan committee.
letter is as follows:
,sury Department, Washington,
Nov. 10, 1917.
behalf of the Women's Liberty
committee I want to extend to
ir heartfelt thanks and appre-
i for the splendid co-operation
tve us in obtaining nation-wide
ity during the Liberty Loan
ign just closed.
Yours very truly,
MRS. WM. G. McADOO,
Chairman,
omen's Liberty Loan Committee.
DROSS CHRISTMAS SEALS
BE PLACED ON SALE TODAY
of Red Cross Christmas seals
egin throughout the state to-
'he work in Washtenaw county
charge of the Business girls'
f Ann Arbor. They intend to
e of at least 250,000 seals. The
C. A. buildings at Camp Custer
:cComb aviation field will be the
ieadquarers for the soldiers at
places. Sales which have al-
begun by the school children of
t are reported larger than us-
DY CLUB TO INITIATE
VITH DANCE AND PRQGRAM
.edy club initiations will be held
clock Saturday night in Packard
ny. Dancing and an original
3m, planned and executed by the
ed members, will be features of
ening's entertainment.
outs for the club will probably
.d within the next week or ten
"Miss Hobbs," by Jerome K.
e, is the play to be produced.
will always find bargains in
advertisements: Read them.

GERMANS IN U. S: NEED Anti - Submarine
FEAR NOPOPERTY LO De es Are Jany

** * * * * * * * * * *

*
*

*
*

AT THE THEATERS

-

1I
rf\
I'.

TEUTONS FEARING CONFISCATION
REMOVE MONEY FROM
BANKS
Washington, Nov. 14.-A. Mitchell
Palmer, alien property custodian, is-
sued a formal statement today, assur-
ing Germans living in this country and
doing lawful business here, that the
government has no intention of inter-
fering with them.
The statement resulted from the
fact that many Germans are with-
drawing their bank deposits because
they fear confiscation. Whether
withdrawals have been made because
of the fear of confiscation, or whether
it is hoped to injure American busin-
ess interests is not known, but the
government statement is intended to
try to stop the runs on banks.
War Camp Nekvs1
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
As a voice crying in the wilderness
comes this message of welcome and as-
surance from Section 91 of the United
States army ambulance service to
their friends at Michigan, the parent
of this organization. Though four
months have intervened since we bade
the University farewell, and despite
the fact that army life and its peculiar
requirements culminating in our pres-
ent service at the front has introduc-
ed many interests foreign to and apart
from college life, we are Michigan men
still. Therefore, we are moved to send
back a word of friendship to those at
our home.in Ann Arbor.
The section has experienced a con-
tinuous round of travel and change
since its departure from Allentown in
August. The trip across the ocean was
followed by a short stay at a French
camp, and then came a journey across
France in ambulances. Actual service
at the front, the certain aim of all that
had gone before, was next and last in
the order of succession, and it is with
pride that I write that Michigan men
have served faithfully and well in dif-
ficult and dangerous work.
But all is not labor and toil. In
true American fashion the men have
furnished a corner of the barn that
aswers as ourhheadquarters 'and,
gathered about the fire in this den,
they enjoy such leisure moments as
they have. Here are forgotten the
cold, dark trips with loaded ambul-
ances along roads torn and broken by
shells. No more do we think of the
discomforts caused by hard beds,
the absence of toilet articles, rain,
mud, or casual opportunities for sleep-
ing and eating. Instead we read an-
cient American papers and magazines,
write, talk, sing anything to drive dull
care away.
Last night we gathered in force and
entertained a few French officers by
all the Michigan songs we could call
to mind. Someone then volunteered
the information that it was just about
time for a football game to open in
Ann Arbor. And with all the vigor of
old we sang the "Victors," followed
the kick-off with the "siren" and then
cheered on the team by the "locomo-
tive," "Ypsi," and all the rest. I know
you must have won that game. We
concluded the evening with toasts to
Michigan, with champagne.
We are not allowed to disclose our
where abouts and must with-hold all
other information of a military nature.
Hence, a large number of interesting
events and episodes must remain un-
told.
This is a united expression of the in-
terest this section holds for the Uni-
versity of Michigan and a handshake

across the sea to their friends.
Sincerely yours,
HAROLD A. SPILLER, '19.
Extension Lectures
"The High Cost of Living," was the
subject of a lecture given by Prof.
G. W. Dowrie near Pontiac last night.
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister will give
two readings at Port Huron on "Some
American Verse" tonight and tomor-
ow-night.
Wife-beating Scarce In Dry Town
Dallas, Texas, Nov. 14.-This city
has lost much of its old time punch
since the town went dry, according to
police records. Wife beating used to
be a favorite pastime, but since local
option became effective, the police de-
partment has not had a single call to
protect a woman from an erring
spouse.
Dance at Armory from 9-12 every
Saturday night.-AdV.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.

Inventions Submitted To Naval Board
Give Aid To Varied Branches
Of War Service
Washington, D. C., Nov. 14.-Forty'
thousand plans, suggestions, and mod-'
els for devices to punish the subma-'
rines, have been submitted to the Na-
van consulting board since the United
States entered the war against Ger-
many. All of the inventions have re-
ceived careful consideration, and
much valuable aid has been given'
many branches of the war service.
Secretary Daniels in a statement
discussing these suggestions,, said to-
day:
"The idea that the submarine will
be overcome by a miraculous inven-
tion is not now seriosly considered.
"In regard to the protection of ships
against torpedo attacks, the undenia-
ble evidence of recent months of sub-
marine activity has demonstrated that
the immunity of a vessel depends
largely on its speed and maneuvering
ability. There is a possibility that
some artificial means of protecting
cargo may be found practicable.. In
no other field have so many sugges-
tions been presented to the board."
M-
spicy News From
Other Universities
Fifty thousand dollars has been pre-
sented to Harvard university, the in-
come to be used for care of the
grounds.
Fraternity representatives at Ohio
State university followed the example
of the student council by voting unan-
imously to abolish formal social af-
fairs. .-,'r
Women at Oberlin university have a
special stand reserved for them at
football games this season. They al-'
so have a special cheer leader.
Wisconsin has taken steps to elim-
inate peanut politics. Students cam-
paigning for votes will be called be-
fore the student council.
Twenty Illinois university Sammies
now in France wil be supplied with
tobacco and chocolate by the Illinois
Christmas fund. Collections are now
being made for the Christmas boxes.
Washington university lost a foot-
ball game to California this year for
the first time in five seasons.
DePauw girls substituted for the
girls' dormitory waiters so that the
boys could attend the Wabash-Depauw
game at Indianapolis Saturday.
Illinois university has adopted a
grading system based upon the use of
letters in place of the figures used for-
merly. The plan is exactly like that of
Michigan.

* Harry Lauder at the Garrick.
* Whitney-Kinsey Komedy Kom-
pany in "Thornes and Orange
* Blossoms."
*
* Majestic-Vaudeville.
* Orpheum-Roy Stewert in "Dev-
* il Dogers." Also Triangle Comedy
* and Weekly.
* - ~
* Wuerth-Mme. Petrova in "Ex-
* ile." Also Keystone Comedy,
* "Hula, Hula Land."
*
* Arcade-Maxine Elliot in "Fight-
* ing Odds." Also Christie Comedy.

Rae - Mary Miles Minter
"Somewhere in America."
* * * * * * * * * * *

in *
*
* *

TODAY

Walk And They
Walk With You
"Ride and You Ride Alone"-Toa
Which Might Be Added, These
Are War Times
Along with the declarations of a
number of students that they will
walk rather than pay exorbitant prices
to the taxi companies, comes a report
from the health service that the value
of walking is now being emphasized
by many prominent physicians all ov-
er the country. ,Walking clubs have
been formed in many localities in an
effort to stimulate a national interest
in walking.
"The slow, haphazard, often slouchy
gait of the ordinary citizen is not
walking at all," says the health ser-
vice report. "It is .a poor imitation
that gets him nowhere and is of lit-
tle or no importance as a health build-
er."
Walking a Pleasure
Walking with a snap, shoulders
back, and chest expanded, allowing
his arms to swing freely, the pedes-
trian finds walking a pleasure. With
little effort he can cover distances
that to the average person seem quite
impossible.
Advantages of being a practiced
walker are many, claims the report.
The practiced walker can visit places
of interest impossible to be reached
by trolley or train, and he can enjoy
scenery totally inaccessible to the au-
tomobilist or the cyclist. In addition
he fills his lungs with pure invigorat-
ing air, that sends his blood pulsing
through his veins.
piness for herself. This play comes
from the pens of Roi Cooper Megrue
and Irvin S. Cobb.
I WHnaIT NE Y

6 Nights Nights & Sat.
3 RlR1I1 KMat.,.50oC to $2.00
Matinees _ DETROIT Mats. Wed. & Fri.
5oc to $1.50
Farwei 1 American Tour
HARRY LAUDER
With the greatest vaudeville company
ever assemb ed
Rae Theatre
TODAY-Mary Miles Minter in
"SOMEWHERE IN AMERICA"
Also Mrs. Vernon Castle. Ad-
mission, 11 Cents,

ARCAD
iiu-ri 1gs i laxinet lliot in "Fight-
ing Odds" and Christie Comedy.
Sat-' 7-Mildred Manning and Wallace
Ad-i Donald in "Princess of Park
IRo," and Alice lfowell Comedly,
Autonaniacs.
\Ion-19 1 iincis X. Bushman and 13e\,-
ely Pax ne in "Their Compact."
Itic- 'o- nita Stewart in "The Message
of the Mose," and bill)- West Comr-
edyy Cupid's Rival."

AT THE WHITNEY

The announcement of the coming of
Mme. Sarah Bernhardt to this city
should evoke much enthusiasm here
At an age when the average woman
is ready to give up all hold upon life
this wonderful woman is still working
for the freedom of her beloved France.
Madame Sarah Bernhardt has shed
luster upon the institution of the stage
to which she has given the life long
devotion of her notable talent. She
has also given the world a matchless
example of glorified womanhood. Mine.
Bernhardt will appear at the Whitney
theater Wednesday evening, Nov. 21.
"Katzenjammer Kids"
Virgil Bennett's novelty show the
"Katzenjammer Kids," comes to the
Whitney theater on Friday of this
week. The company is large and the
scenic pictures are said to be very
beautiful. The comic supplement char-
acters Hans and Fritz, as well as Der
Professor and "Ma" appear in some of
the stunts that have made them fam-
ous.

-
We make and retail flats. 'Make
Hats-to-Order and do all kinds of hat
work such as reblockingnew bands,
ete. We also cell anld reblock -Army
Hats.
hats shaped to fit the head free of
charge when bought of us.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta
"The ieiirht Place to Buy a Hat"
Telephone 1792
: WuerthTheatre i
Prices: i5 Cents
- Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights. 6':30, 8, 9:30
= tSaturdays-Sundays-Continuous9:
-r NOVEMBER
Thur-Fri-r1-i6-1me. Petrova in "Ex-
ile." Also Keystone Comedy, "Hula,
If Lula. Land." -
Sat-17-Jackie Saunders in "Bab the
Fixer." Also - Serial, "Neglected
Wife," No. ii. -
Sun-Mon--i8-r-Douglas Fairbanks in
C "The Man from fainted Post." Also
- Victor Moore Comedy. Eve. Zoe.
= ues-WCel-20-21-Louise Lovely in "Sir,
- erns of tlhe Sea." Also Comnedy.
Thur-Fri-22-_ -2Julian Eltinge in "The
Countess Charming." Also Keystone:
Comndy, "The Late-Lamiented."
Sat-24-Wm. ,Courtney in "Hunting of
the Hfawk." Also Serial, "Neglected -
Wifefc" No. 12.
OrpheumTheatre
Prices: roc unless otherwise specified
Matinees 2, 3 :30. Nights 6:-30, 8, 9:30.
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous -
- NOVEMBER
Thur-15-Roy Stewart in "Devil Dodg-
- ers." Also Triangle Comedy and:
Weekly, -
=Fri-n 6-B elle Bennett in "The Bond of
r Fear."eAlso Triangle Comedydand
Weekly.
Sat-17-Florence LaBadie in "When
= Love WVas Blind." Also Travels and
- Comedy.
SSun-8-Little Mary McAlister in
= "Young Mother llubbard." Also
= "Do Children Count?"
Mon- 19-Wm. Russell in "Sands of Sac-
S rifie. Also Weekly and Comedy.
Evening 15c.-
- Tues-2o-Carlyle Blackwell in "The Bur-
: glar." Also Comedy.

AT THE MAJESTIC

"The Fashion Show," is the lead-
ing number of the show that opens
at the Majestic today, and it is sure
to make a big hit. The ,wo Azard
Brothers have a sensational act, and
Mae Curtis is a favorite in songs and
impersonations. Bob Zeno and Eva
Mandel have a clever act entitled "The
Bee-hive," and Paul Kleist and com-
pany present the amusing and mys-
tifying "Land of Dreams."

TONI6HT AND SATURDAY
KINSEY KOMEDY KO.
The well-known Success
Thorns and
orange Blossoms
With a complete change of
Vaudeville
PRICES:-10c-20c-25c
- Big Sat. Matinee. All Seats 10c
One Big Continuous Show
SUNDAY,
'Another Man's Wife'
And Another Big Vaudeville Show

I

AT THE ARCADE

4-

The University club of Chicago
is saving a ton of flour and two tons
of meat each month through voluntary
food conservation.
Iowa State university is experiment-
ing with a substitute for wheat as
chicken feed.
There Is always an opportunity to
increase your business through Daily
advertising. Try it.-Adv.
Always-Daily Service--Always. -

Today and tomorrow the Arcade of-
fers to its patrons a new screen star-
Maxine Elliott, in "Fighting Odds."
Miss Elliott, however, is by no means
new to the public. She is known the
world over for her masterful imper-
sonations of Shakespearian roles, both
in this country and abroad, and is
one of the best known actresses on the
legitimate stage. Miss Elliott plays
the part of the wife of an automobile
manufacturer in Detroit, whose suc-
cess is due in a large measure to his
beautiful wife. Miss Elliott portrays
a woman of strong character who, left
alone to fight for her husband's honor
after he has been sent to prison on a
false charge, aids the district attorney
in clearing up the situation and win-
ning release for her husband and hap-

IA

'

I1

i

Tis

I

C_
I

A

I

I

I

11l

TA
A. k

'I,

a

Iii,
Schaff ner &'Ifarx

WHITNEY Friday, Nov. 16
PRICES: 25-50-7541.00
Bring the "Kiddies"

..\ b
r Ali..
e "i
'"

Icq

,YrIgbt Ua

A new military
overcoat
Wear it on cool days this
l or on rainy days.
Hart Schaffner
& Marx
ade it, which means it will
and good hard wear and
ar, and give you the best
nd of a value.
Several variations for men
d young men.
keuleConlin.-
Fiegel Co.
The big store at the south-
st corner Main and Wash-
gton Streets-downtown.

MAJESTIC

Mat.

3 P.M.
lqc-29c

DAYS START-
ING THURS-
DAY NITE

. 7:30 and 9:00
20, 25, and 30e

Hugo Janson presents the

FASHIO

SHOP

With Cor-Latell and Alphone Berg
BEAUTY CHORUS OF BROADWAY MODELS

MAE CURTIS
Songs and Laughs
PAUL KLEIST & CO.
The Land of Dreams

TWO AZARD BROTHERS
Athletes Supreme
ZENO & MANDEL
At the Bee-Hive

DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in "PICTURE IN THE PAPERS'
SWM. S. HART in a Thrilling Western Drama

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan