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'HE 13 TH

PROGRAM TO CONSIST OF LECT-
. URE AND EXHIBITIONS; 50
WORKS ON DISPLAY
Lectures on and exhibitions of a
number of representative paintings
will constitute the program of the
four days art institute, which is
to be held Friday evening, Saturday,
Sunday afternoon, and Monday, in Me-
morial hall, under the auspices of the
Ann Arbor art association.
ossCrane will open the sym-
posium with a lecture on the pictures
on display. Sunday afternoon and
Monday, there will be lectures on "Art
as Embodied in the Building and
Beautiflying of a Home." Mr. Crane
will illustrate the lectures with orig-
inal crayon sketches.
The exhibition will include can-
yasses by Kenyon Cox, Gardner
Symons, Ralph Clarkson, Bruce
Crane, Jean Fournier, Birge Har-
rison,, Robert Henri, L. H. Meakin,
William Wendt, ,anid other artists of
note. Some of these paintings, which
are the property of the Chicago art
institute, are valued at $30,000. In
all, there will be about 50 works on
display. Architecture, color design,
interior decoration, and costume de-
sign are all included in the themes
of the various pictures.

come to the
, with. Annie
Chicago cast.
d run in New
a great deal
['he box office

niuirary ivews
Instructions for entering Hill audi-
torium every Wednesday afternoon for
Lieut. George C. Mullen's cadets are as
follows:
Members of the different companies
form in front of the auditorium accord-
ing to the chart posted on the military
bulletin board. The company occupy-
ing the position indicated on the chart
by number one will, at command, face
to the right, then execute column left,
march to and enter door marked "E,"
and pass down aisle number five. Rear
rank will occupy seats to right of aile,
while the front rank occupies seats to
left of aisle to middle of section, that is,
all odd numbered seats. All seats will
be occupied beginning with the front
row, except those blotted out on the
chart.
Scaling Avoids Confusion
Company occupying position number
two, at same time and by same com-
mands, will enter door marked "1CC,"
and pass down aisle five. The rear
rank will occupy seats to right of
aisle to middle of odd section, that is,
all even numbered seats. -.The front
rank will occupy seats to left of aisle
as above instructed.
Company occupying position num-
ber 13, at same time and by same
commands, will enter door marked
"WC," pass down aisle number three,
rear rank and front rank seating them-
selves as instructed above.
Company occupying position number
14, at same time and by same com-
mands, wil enter door marked "W,"
pass down aisle number two; rear
rank occupying seats to right of aisle,
and front rank to left, except those
blotted out on seating chart.
Take Seats According to Schedule
As soon as possible, after the com-
panies occupying the above positions
have started, those occupying the fol-
lowing numbered positions will start
so as to enter in the following order:
After number 1, numbers 3, 5, 7, 9,
and 11; after number 2, numbers 4, 6
8, 10, and 12; after number 13, num-
bers 15, 17, 19, 21, and 23; after num-
ber 14, numbers 16, 18, 20, 22, and 24;

TRADE THROUGHOUT CC
GOOD CONDITION;
FAILURES

TO

FEW

Government business is showing an
increasing tendency to divert produc-
tion from the non-essentials to those
things which are needed for the prose-
cution of the war, according to Brad-
street's latest report. A decrease is
felt as regards such products as gar-
ments for civilian use, furniture, and
automobiles, although the demand for
textiles, metals and knit goods is con-

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ditions in the famil
He brought out h
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his own wide field
6 Nights fARRI

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AT THE ARCADE

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siderable.
Trade throughout the country is in
good condition, and although there is
some uncertainty in the stock market
as to the future trend of prices, there
is a feeling that the pressing liquida-
tion due to the demands of the second
Liberty Loan has been fairly well
completed. The number of business
failures is reported as far below
normal.
Although the outlook for winter
wheat is various regions of Texas is
poor, there is an unprecedented abund-
ance of feed for cattle in the southern
Mississippi valley, and from there
eastward. Due to these record crops
of the South, it is expected that it will
not be necessary to buy grain in th-
North and West as in previous years.
The coal shortage has been relieve(
temporarily by the warm weather, and
it is reported that the money market
has suffered little as a result of pay-
ments on the second Liberty Loan,
rates, if anything, being a shade low-

Rae
TODAY -Fc
IBROAD IWA

and tomorrow the Arcade is
the splendid attraction, Ger-
arrar in "Joan the Woman."
ture tells the beautiful story
of Arc, just as interesting to-
t was 500 years ago, and the
has met a tremendous re-
rom the public. The plot has
cleverly constructed that it
the story with the present
, remarkably interesting man-

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250 Girls to Be
"'Sisters "to Co. E

Detroit Oversubscribes "Y" Quota
Detroit, Nov. 20.-Detroit's contri-
ution to the Y. M. C. A. War Fund
ortly after noon today was announc-
I as $717,487, an oversubscription
more than $17,000.
WHITNEY
T H E AT RE
Tonight
Engagement Extraordinary I
M31E. SIRAH
BER N HARDT
- HERSELF
and her own Company
from Theatre Sarah Bern-
hardt, Faris. With com-
plete productions, cos-
tumes and scenery.
Direction W. F. Connor
Cleopatra
and
Portia
IN
The Merchant
of Venice
The following Artists will
appear also:
Fiorence Hardeman, Viol-
ist; Anne Louise Davis,
Harpist; Rome Fenitoni,
Tenor; Albert Donnely, in
Shadows; Jean Duval and
Co., Gems of Art.
PRiCES: 50c, $1.00, $1.50,
$2.00. Boxes, $2.50.
"Bernhardt still holds
Supremacy. Art superb
as ever."-N. Y. Sun, Sept.
2, 1917.

Ann Arbor Men at Camp Waco
Pick Girls from Movie of 250
California Beauties

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ANNOUNCE .NAMES OF WOMEN
ENTITLED TO 10 HONOR POINTS

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Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas, Nov.
20.-California girls have chosen Com
pany E, 126th infantry, composed en-
tirely of men who were recruited in
Ann Arbor, as the company to which
they will act as "sisters," was an-
nounced by officers of the company
here today,
The girls are having a moving pic-
ture photographed in which they are
the actresses and this picture will b
shown at Waco in a few days so that
each man will be able to chose whic',
one of the 250 girls will act as his
"sister." The boys here are likewise
arranging to have a movie of them-I
selves taken and will send this to Cal
ifornia in return for the one they are
to receive.
The idea, which is quite novel, was
originated by Countess Adrienne de.
Coriche. The girls also plan to have
a Xmas tree for the soldiers.
Interesting Bits.
The Washtenaw horticultural so-
ciety will hold a farmers' Thanksgiv-
ing festival at Ann Arbor November
23 and 24, proceeds to go to Red Cross
work.
Women in New .Haven have regis-
tered for industrial service, during
the war, both voluntary and paid.
Women will be called to replace men
,who have gone into military service
or women who have volunteered for
some other form of war duty. Muni-
tion makers are asking for hundreds
of women workers.
Thirty thousand American nurses,
will be needed in France if the war
should continue three years, according
to Miss Mary E. Marshall of Battle
Creek, formerly president of the state
,urses' association. Miss Marshall
believes that the nurse famine will
prove one of the greatest problems
that America will have to solve in the.
war.
Ypsilanti Normal has a' modern shoe
shining parlor where the mempers of,
the Ohio club of the college are earn-
nig money with which to pay the
club's pledge of $50 to the "Y" fund
campaign..

and after number.
First Regiment

25, number 23..
Second Regiment

Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.

B., Position
C., Position
D., Position
A., Position
F., Position
G., Position
H., Position
E., Position
K.; Position
L., Position]
M., Position-
T., Position]

1
2
3
4
5.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.
Co.

B., Position
C., Position'
D., Position
A., Position
F., Position
G., Position
H., Position
E., Position
K. Position
L., Position,
M., Position
I., Position

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14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

Miss Alice Evans, director of phy-
sical training for women, has an-
nounced the names of University wom-
en who are entitled to 10 athletic
honor points for a perfect gymnasium
record during the year 1916-1917
The list is as follows: Christine
Annabelle, '19; Margaret Atkinson,
'19; Beryl Chynpweth, '19; Catherine
Coburn, '19; Lucile Duff, '19; Phyllis
Egglestone, '19; Ethel Glauz, '19; Eva
Herzberg, '19; Margaret Knevels, '19;
Jean Maclennan, '19; Marcia Pinker-
ton, '19; Ella Rasmussen, '19, Kameya
,Sadakata, '19- Ella Stevenson, '19;
Helen Tibbals, '19; Evadne Wright,
'19; Florence Field, '20; Grace Hall,
'20; Beatrice Hagens, '20; Anna Kirk
patrick, '20; Laura Peacock, '20; Sue
Verlenden, '20; Gladys Vinter, '20;
Elsie Erley, '20; Dorothy Williams, '20;
and Anna McGurk, '20.
The qualifications for a perfect rec-
ord in gymnasium work are no un-
excused absences, and a final mark o"
"' "fer+i rnQ 'e n L

Flowers
Plants
Ferns

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FRI. NOV. 23
TS TRIUMPHANT
N IN CHICAGO
Dreie Sensation

Members' of the women's "Battalion
of Death" will hold the third meeting
this semester at 2:30 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in the field opposite BarbourE
gymnasium. In case the weather pre-
vents the outdoor assembly, the meet-
ing will be held in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
All members are urged to wear
broad, flat-heeled shoes, and come pre-
pared for outdoor training. Miss Alicea
Evans and Miss Marion 'Wood will{
assume command, in absence of the
regular instructor.-
Squad and column formation will be
given to thej women drillers. Addi-
tional military drills will be given
later.
CERCLE FRANCAIS TO HOLD
FIRST MEETING WEDNESDAY
Cercle Francais will hold its first
meeting of the year at 2:30 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon at Tappan hall.
Mr. Albert Hurlburt or the French de-
partment will speak 6n "L'Argot des'
Tranchees."1
Associate membership tickets may
be obtained from all members of the
Oercle Francais. Student tickets are:
50 cents, and tickets for others are
$1.00. Another election of members to
,the club will be held in the near fu-
ture. This year the meetings are to
be held at 2:30 o'clock in the after-
Anoon instead of at 5 o'clock, on ac-
count of the conflict with military
,training hours.
NEW METHOD OF RECORDING
WOMEN'S POINTS INSTALLED
Points made by members of the dif-
ferent league and sorority houses
are hereafter to be kept on record by
representatives of these houses and
knot .by the chairman of the commit-
tee in charge of the system, as for-
rnerly.
According to the' system instituted
last spring, every girl must have for
the past sermester academic honor
points equalling the number of hours
carried, and no girl is allowed to as-
sume more than 10 outside activity
points at any one time, or a total of
12 points in any semester.-

A tar the years w or .
FIRST INLANDER TO FEATURE z
'ARTICLE BY PROF. MEADER
"Russian Character and RussianF
Literature," by Prof. Clarence Meader
of the Russian department will be one<
of the numerous articles appearing
in the first issue of the Inlander com-
ing out Monday.
"Her Bit," a war story by Vera
Brown, '18, and "Modern'Interest in
Dante" by LewisP. Waldo, '18, will
number among the stories, poems and
essays of the November issue. A new
anonymous department has been
added.
The magazine will be on sale at all
bookstores and drug stores and may
still be obtained for 15 cents a copy.
Yearly subscriptions of one dollar
should be sent to Blanche Lane, '18,
business manager.
The Daily's specialty is sorvice to
everyone. Let us serve you.--Adv.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-A dv.

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IIan
x MAZING MILITJ
15 Tons of 'anima
and Activity. See
M moth Pets in a
2 Nothing like it eve
y SPECIAL PEANU
Right after School
Wednesday,:.
Reception ,on stai
and children to fr
Peanuts furnished
ARCHIE NICWI
JANE MILL"
CHIEF LITTLE
KRIMKA]

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free to
LSOX T
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Prices:
Matinees , 3:30.
Saturdays-Sundt
NOVE
Tues-Wed-2o-2i-Lo,

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"Held
the
Audience
in
a
Thrall
of
Chills
Creeps
and
Thrills"-

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"Dress Reform" is the subject of a
talk to be given by Miss Mary T. Do-
hany, of Detroit, before the woman's
association of commerce of Detroit
and Michigan. Miss Dohany will 11-
lustrate her lecture by means of a
model, which she has originated, rep-
resenting the business woman.
1lchigan 'Dames To Aid Camp Custer.
Michigan dames are furnishing a
rest room in the Y. M. C. A. building,
No. 605, at Camp Custer, for the use
of mothers, wives, and families, visit-
ing soldiers at camp. It will be com-
pleted within a month. Mr. Thomas
W. Peck, ex-'19, is superintending the
work of furnishing.

WlH ITNEFY
TbursSaI-Mat, and Night
KINSEY KOMEDY KO.
Present
The Big Joy Ride
The, Gil in
The' Taxi

SatI

Su

Orpheum
Prices: zoc unless
Matinees 2. 3:,o. N

u-25-26-iBillie Burke
:h Girl." Also D
tan in person will
Moore Comedy.
its.
~d-27.28-Geo. B.
SThrough" in 7 Pa

Chicago
Examiner

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