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WHAT'S GOING ON
TODAY
4 o'clock-Junior and senior women
meet in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
4:15 o'clock-Frank B. Riley speaks
in Natural Science auditorium on "The
International Northwest."
8 o'clock-Michigan-Kalamazoo Nor-
mal basketball game in Waterman
gymnasium.
'8 o'clock-Intercollegiate Socialist
society meets at 1340 Wilmot street.
TOMORROW

MORE MATERIAL AVAILABLE
THAN CAN BE USED; BOOK
NEARLY FINISHED
Following a conference. with Bert
St. John, director of this year's opera,
A. L. Weeks, '10, the author, stated
yesterday that both he and Mr. St.
John were well pleased with the pro-
gress of "Let's Go," and that present
developments point to a production
far superior to any one of recent
years.
A large part of the music was play-
ed over and the scenic effects were dis.
cussed at length.
Surplus of Material
"We have more material than we can
possilbly use, including a large amount
of extra music and dialogue," declar-
ed Mr. Weeks. "There are 22 musical
numbers, with 16 regular songs be-
sides the finales, medleys, and dances.
All but thlee of the songs are com-
pleted. Two scenes of the book are
nished, and I hope to complete the en-
tire book by the end of the week."
St. John and Weeks Old Friends
This is the first time that Mr. Weeks
and Mr. St. John have worked togeth-
er since about 10 years ago, when Mr.
St. John directed the Comedy club's
"The Inspector," and Mr. Weeks play-
ed one of the leading roles. Mr. Weeks
also acted in "Michigenda," which was
directed by Hal Stephens in collabora-
tion with Mr. St. John.
Rehearsals Today
The women who have survived the
try-outs will be notified by phone to
day, and asked to be present for re-
hearsal at 4 o'clock this afternoon
at the School of Music.
All men who have survived the last
try-outs ard any ones who wish to
try out now will meet at 7:30 o'ciock
this evening in the Nickels arcade hall,
above the post office sub-station.
Smiths Hold O vn
In New directory
Tne new Ann Arbor directory which
has just been published shows that in
this city Smiths hold the priority over
all othersin regard to names, and not
only is this so in Ann Arbor but Ypsi-
lanti and Washtenaw county show this
same fact in regard to the name. of
Smith.
In Ann Arbor, there are 92 Smiths,
in Ypsilanti 82, and in the rural dis-
tricts of Washtenaw county there are
44 Smiths. . The name of Brown is
not so prominent for the new direct-
ory shows 60 Browns in Ann Arbor,
14 Browns in Ypsilanti, and 19 Browns
in Washtenaw county.
In spite of all tradition Jones is not
a common name in comparing figures
with the popular Browns and Jones.
All the Joneses in Ypsilanti, Ann Ar-
bor and the rural districts of Wash-
tenaw county do not equal half the
Smiths of Ann Arbor.
Not only is the name of Smith itself
so popular, but all varieties and vari-
ations of it are found. There are 89
Schmidts in the whole of Washtenaw
county and only 44 Brauns.
The new directory shows that there
are 40 more pople named Smith in
1918 than there were last year.
LENTEN SERVICES BEGIN
IN CITY CHURCHES TODAY
Ash Wednesday services will be held
at 7:30 o'clock this morning at St.
Thomas' Catholic church and at 8
o'clock at St. Andrew's church to mark
the beginning of Lent.
There will be morning prayer and
Litany with an address by Mr. C. B.

Harris at St. Andrew's and members
of the faculty will give week-day ad-
dresses at 4:30 o'clock on Fridays and
Saturdays during the Lenten season.
Devotions at St. Thomas' church will
be at 7:30 o'clock every Friday even-
ing.
Teams Work Hard for Next Debate
Both affirmative and negative de-
bating teams for the Mid-west debate
are busily working for - the coming
debate between Illinois, Wisconsin
and Michigan the last of March. The
personnel of the affirmative team is:'
R. F. Mathews, '20L; A. J. Adams, '18;
and J. A. Krout, '18; the negative
F. C. Bell, '19; D. T. McKone,"19L;
and M. Paris, '19. The question to be
debated is the adoption of the English
parliamentary form of governmnent for,
states.
Rugs cleaned and washed. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed. Koch and Henne.-
Adv.
"Standard" Loose-Leaf Note Books
at Wahr's. Lettered without expense.

MAU AAM TO GIVE
COLLEGE NIGHT BENEFIT
ANY ARBOR PATRONS MAY GET
SPECIAL CAR FOR
PERFORMANCE.
The Collegiate Bureau of Occupa-
tions of Detroit, is to have a "College
Night" in a Detroit theater. It is the
intention to make this an annual af-
fair open to all college people in the
city. To usher in this project Maude
Adams will appear under the auspices
of this organization in J. M. Barrie's
delightful play, "A Kiss For Cinderel-
la", at the Detroit Opera House, Wed-
nesday evening, Feb. 20. Reservations
for tickets may be made, if sent in
with check, to Mrs. Helen C. Munroe,
209 Congress Building.
The prices, including the war taxi
are as follows: Lower floor, except'
the last two rows-$2.50; last two
rows downstairs and first three rows
first balcany-$1.65; last nine rows
of first balcony-$1.10; entire second
balcony (no reservations-550 seats)
55 cents. The proceeds of College Night
are for the benefit of the Collegiate
Bureau of Occupations organized by
the college women of Detroit.
If 50 Ann Arbor people will sign'

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"The Man Who Came Back," at
the Garrick.
TODAY
Thitney-Lyman Howe's Travel
Festival.

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. Majestic - William S. Hart in
S"TheCold Deck." Also a funny
comedy.

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Wuerth-Roy Stewart in "Law's *I
Outlaw." Also-comedy, "A MarriageI

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Arcade-Mime. Petrova
Daughter of Destiny."

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University Lenten S
Ash Wednesday. Bible
444 So. State St. For
Students. Topic: "The
quirement." Soloist:
Time 12:35-12:55. Studer
Association.-Adv.
WHO IS JI
June is a remarkable
be seen in this city in a s
WATCH FORJ
A RCA
(Closed Tuesdays by rrc
Fuel Administrat
Show-iat 3. 7 and 8:30
isc Unless Otherwise
WVed-13-Axe, Olga Peti
Daughter of Destiny.".
Jeff Cartoon, "Marathon
Thus- 14-Clara Kimball
"'Magda" (Ret.) and C'
edy, "Love and Locksm
Fri-is-Lois Wilson in "P1
Christie Comedy.
WHITNI

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AT THE WHITNEY

Lyman H. Howe's Travel Festival
which comes to the Whitney tonight,
is made up of a series of exciting
and interesting events staged in
China, Alaska, and our own far west.'
OnA CA.ina f inP .nti+ d nn icwith a

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up for it a specialD. U. R. car will be erso inthewilsofAaska, whi
chartered for the trip from here, leav- excursionb e the wmlds of Alaska, while
ingconsiderabe excitement is furnished
ing at 7:50. :The round trip fare will in the capture of a wild mountain lion
be 87 cents. Those wishing to make by Montana hunters. Another fea-
use of a special car are asked to leavetCsnyiled,"Aaydandmaaedbigh-
their names with Louise Potter, 16, at Coney Island, and animated car-
in the office of the Dean of Women inituremand f tesrak.
Barbour gymnasium, before noon on the remainder of the program.
Saturday.
±_._AT THE MAJESTIC
PRISON INMATES OFFER
SERVICES TO RED CROSS A William S. Hart photo play, "The
Cold Deck," will be shown at the
Majestic today and. tomorrow. The

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AT THE THEATERS

Jackson, Mich., Feb. 12.--Inmates of
Michigan State prison in this city are
to take up Red Cross work and
through Edward Frensdorf, the ward-'
en, have offered to give 5,000 hours a
week to the manufacture of any ma-
terials which may be needed. The
offer has been accepted by the local
chapter of the Red Cross and the work'
will be undertaken in the near future.
The prison is the largest institution of
the kind in the state and has a con-
vict population in excess of 1,200. Al-
though unable to participate actively
in the world war, the prisoners are

story is one of pioneer days in Cali-
fornia, and it is centered in the beau-
tiful "Yosemite country.
Mr. Hart and his company spent
several weeks in this wild territory,
and the cameraman has recorded the
drama's setting in a scenic pano-
rama. Much of the scenery is depicted
in this play, and some of the giant
trees are shown from their bases to
their summits.
Nights: rch-lARR Pop MatiWed
entra $1E50&$2 and Sat., 25c
25c to $1.0 ERI to $100

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Madame Petrova, app<
Daughter of Destiny," w
fering at the Arcade toda
ress takes the part of A
in this play and she has
portunity for her tale]
play contains a love sty
also concerned with a ta
war.

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maintain
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)d 7:30 -Dante society meets at 613
South Oakland avenue.
U-NOTICES
The Round-Up club will hold its an-
the nual party at 8:30 o'clock Friday
ds night at the Packard academy.
Classes in rhetoric for this semester
nd- will meet in the Natural Science build-
ac- ing as follows: Monday, Wednesday,
er- Friday sections-Professor Rankin,
;ot 437; Professor Brumm, 217; Mr. Con-
key, 314 at 9 and 10, 214 at 11; Mr.
mn- Cowden, 314 at 8, 313 at 9, 355 at 10;
les Mr. Everett, 437; Dr. Mallory, 421 at 9,
aid 213 at 10, 2, and 3; Mr. Thornton, 207;
lif- Mr. Peterson, 213.-
ex- Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday sec-
of tions-Professor Rankin, 437 at 9, 321
il- at 11; Mr. Cowden, 441; Mr. Grim, 217;
Mr. Langworthy, 441; Mr. Peterson,
he 224 at 8, 213 at 11; Mr. Sensemann,
he 207; Mr. Wier, 214 at 9 and 11; 213 at
ap- 10.
Ic- Tuesday, Wednesday sections-Mr.
er- Mosenfelder, 441.
in- Professor Scott-Office 435, classes

giving hearty co-operation to the gov-
ernment in more ways than one.
When the campaign for funds was
first launched, by the Red Cross, con-
tributions totaling $462.50 were sub-
scribed by the inmates within a few
hours. As the prisoners earn an aver-
age of only 35 cents 'a day the sac-
rifice which they made for the cause
was considerable., especially in view
of the fact that many inmates have
families "on the outside," to whose
support they contribute. When the
first Liberty Loan campaign was
broughtto the attention of the eon-
victs by the warden $7,250 was sub-
scribed in less than an hour and
$5.50 was subscribed to the second

SECOND WEEK
"The Man Who Care Back"
RAE Theatre
TODAY
Wm Fox Presents
Mirrian Cooper
"BETRAYED"
A story of the Mexican Border
ALSO TRIANGLE COMEDY

THEIT HE S
1F A
QUES-TI
By RALPH T. KETTERING & L01
PRICES 25c to 4
MAJ ES
T H E AT RI
Now Shovi
WM. S. H
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"THE COLD C
This Is Hart's Best

y or suppi
r there'," sa
for of the d
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to feed a m
supply of t
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to

-ation is five
This weight,
utensils and
men 150,000,-
nonth are re-
00 carloads.
Zimmerman
is maintain-

Michigan Dames will meet tliis .aft-
ernoon at the home of Mrs. L. Mason
Lyons, 1704 Geddes road to sew for
the Red Cross.
EXAMS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN
MEDICINE AS HEALTH MEASURE
Examinations have a particularly
healthful effect on the women stu-
dents of the University according to
Dr. Elosie Walker of the Health ser-
vice. No cases of illness have. been
reported during the past two weeks
despite the demands of exams and the
inclement weather conditions. Icy side-
walks seem to 'be more dangerous than
thawing ones. One young lady is suf-
fering a broken arm as a result of a
too violent contact with slippery

loan.
Prison inmates also are assisting to
relieve the fuel short-age. For five
weeks 65 men have been at work in
woods in this county and have cut
approximately 2,000 cords of wood
which has been delivered to local con-4
sumers. Teams, driven by convicts,i
take the wood to private homes.
RED CROSS CLASSES COMPLETE
WORK IN SURGICAL DRESSINGS,
Since the opening of Angell house
on Jan. 2 two classes have completed
courses in surgical dressings. A class
in special dressings has just finished
work and another in standard dress-
ings was through two weeks ago. A
second class in standard dressings is
now being conducted and others. will
be. opened from time to time.
The house shipped 11,625 dressings
last month in addition to its quota
of large..paper-backed absorbent pads.
This month no definite quota has
been assigned. Standard dressings
will be made and it is hoped to make
the output large. University women
are asked to help by working the full
number of hours pledged.
Dancing at Armory, Friday and Sat-
urday Nights-9 to 1 Eastern time.-
Adv.
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Wuerth Theatre=
PHONE r6o-J PRICES: i5c
Central Standard Time
Matinees 3:oo Evenings 7:00, 8:30
- (Closed Tuesdays-Open Mondays)
BOOKINGS FOR FEBRUARY
1= Ved-3-Roy Stewart in "Law's Ou~t-.
- law." Also Comedy, "A Marriage
Not."
Thur-Fri-x4-15-Alma Rueben in. "I
Love You" -
Sat-i6-Margarita Fischer in "Molly Go
Get Em." Also Comedy and Weekly.
Sun-Mon-17-S-Chas. Ray in "His
Mother's Boy." Also Comedy, "A
= Sanitarum Scandal." Evenng i8,
Tax 2c.
Tues-1<-Closed.
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Phone 1321

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mpts to join the army while on the
acific coast. He was rejected be-
use of defective eyesight. James

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