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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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und reduced rates may
ose women wishing to
s in "A Kiss for Cin-
sday, Feb. 20, in De-
ent number desire to
erested may have a
for them by calling
es E. Wells, or Miss
7, at the office of the
in Barbour gymnas-
R R IG Pop.-atAWed
E ' and Sat., 25c'
ETROIT to $100
DND WEEK
Iho CamesBack"

STIC
T R E

MILITARY NEWS
Make-up drill will be held from 9
to 11 o'clock this morning in Water-
ma gymnasium for the cadets who
have unexcused absences. The regu-
lar Saturday afternoon hike will not
be given today. If weather conditions
are favorable next Saturday, a make-
up hike may be planned.
Mafre than 75 uniforms were given
out from the distributing branch yes-
terday. A new list was posted last
night on the R. 0. T. C. bulletin
board. Cadets must report at the
scheduled time or wait their turn aft-
er the entire allotment has been dis-
tributed. No announcement was made
last night concerning the giving out
of the shoes.
Members of the R. O. T. C. desiring
transfer must place their requests
with Lieut. Losey J. Williams, U. S. A.,
retired, room 202 Natural Science
building. All requests will be con-
sidered and cadets notified, upon ac-
ceptance, through announcements on
the bulletin boards.
Ten additional cadets joined com-
pany E, First regiment, yesterday aft-
ernoon. The total number of cadets in
this company now 60. A few students
have elected military training. but
have failed to report for the drills.
Every student who has chosen this
course will be held responsible for
unexcused absences from drill, which
requires two hours make-up work for
each drill missed.

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AT THE THEATERS

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* "The Man Who Came Back," at *
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Construction Proceeding Rapidly
Spite of Occosional
Delays.

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NEXT SCHOOL YEAR TO SEE
COMPLETION OF LIBRARY

A carload of roofing -rom Detroit,
a distance of 36 miles. has been de-
layed for two months, and advance
orders for the finishing material may
be similarly held up.
Sixteen carloads of gravel, which
should have arrived last December
from Geddes, four miles from Ann
Arbor, have not yet been received.
Freight cars were sent from here to
hurry the order, but the lack of a ton

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"The Marriage Question" at
Whitney, Sunday, Feb. 17.
TODAY

the *
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* Majestic-"Brown of Harvard" *

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Wuerth-Margarita Fischer in
"Molly Go Get 'Em" Also Comedy
and Weekly.

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* Arcade-Hall Caine's "The Manx- *
* Man," featuring Elizabeth Risdon. *

With six rooms already enclosed
with walls and the steam piping and'
electrical work well under way, Lib-
rarian W. W., Bishop hopes to see the
construction of the library completed
by the ,beginning of the next school
year.
The ventilating system and concrete
flooring is almost finished. Men have
been working throughout the winter,
but the concrete work will not be at-
tempted until mild weather has set
in. Neither has the plastering yet
been started.
No hold-up will be experienced from
the deficiency of structural materials.
There are enough bricks, tiles, gravel,.
roofing paper and copper on the
ground for the completion of thej
entire structure.
Mr. Bishop is at present unable to
give ,a definite date for the comple-
tion, as delays may be expected due
to the labor shortage, freight conges-
tion and the dearth of coal.

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RAE Theatre
TODAY
ROY STUE WART
--in-
"THE MEDICINE MAN"
A Triangle Western Play
- Also -
TRIANGLE COMEDY
TOMORROW
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS In
"TiE GOOD BAD MAN"

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Wuerth Theatre
PHONE 16o-J PRICES: Ijc
Central Standard Time
Matinees 3:00 Evenings 7:oo, 8:30
(Closed Tuesdays-open Mondays)
BOOKINGS FOR FEBRUARY
Sati6d-Margarita Fischer in "Molly Go
Get Em." Also Comedy and Weekly.
Sun-Mo 1 7-i8-Cias. Ray in "His
MlIothecr's Bov." Also Comecdy, "
Sanitarium Scandal." Evening i8e,
T 2 s-i9qClosed.
Wed.1-o.j. Barney Sherry in "tvi.-
deuce." Also Comedy. "Their he I -
dlian Uncle."-
'i'tlrFr-2122Marger Wisn i
F'lames ofChance." Also Triangle
Comedy, "1e Price ofAlIs lead"
and Fords Weekly. -
Sat 2Wek. Russel in. k n Bad." A 1
f so Comdy l rand Weekly. a }}

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of coal caused a hold-up of the lc
ing machines, and cold weather se
before coal could be gotten.

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AT THE WHITNEY

.rday, Feb. 16
day, Feb. 17
OWN of
HARVARD"

Featuring

Lorine Howard and Ralph T. Ket-
tering have written a play which deals
with the question of marriage as it
will exist after the war. They have
called their production "The Mar-
riage Question", and it will appear at
the Whitney tomorrow night.
Esther Evans will play the lead-
ing feminine role, assisted by a cap-
able supporting cast.
"Camouflage," the clever play by
Grand Rapids people, has made such
a decided hit in that city that its pro-
ducers have decided to arrange for
performances in Ann Arbor, matinee
and night Feb. 21, and in Battle Creek
for the benefit of the Camp Custer
cantonment.
"Camouflage" is a musical comedy
in two acts with a cast of 200 people,
new songs hits, and special scenic
and electrical effects.

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CLEANED AND REBLOCKED
with a new band
LOOKS LIKE NEW
Saves $2.00 or S3.00
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta
Telephone 1792a

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TOM
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:ed from the novel and
stage drama
'WN OF HARVARD"V
e Best College
Story Ever Written
1 c, 20c - Prices
RC A, D ME
t3. 7 and 8:3o Eastern Timie
Jnaess Otherwise Specified.
all Caine's "Th MHanx-Man,"
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's Brockwell in "A
oul"t and, Mutt and Jeff
'Hunters."

HO IS JUNE?
> will, unquestionably, at-
ie pinnacle of potion pic-
uccess and fare as the.
late result of this work
ius.
iTCH FOR JUNE!
N DAY FE B. 17th
play of Springtime and
Love Eternal
THE STORY
IE OFEA SOUL
IET IO
.PH T. KETTERING & LORIN HOWARD
UCES 25c to $1.00
A JE ST IC
1TEATRi
ing Monday Matinee
February 18
e cure for the grouch".
AX BLOOM
-in-
'he Sunnyside
f Broadway"
of 1918

Comments on Uniforms
"My suit must have been measured
to fit Fatty Arbuckle,,'cause it is large
enough for my room-mate and myself
to get in it, and then-there is plenty
of space left to store away a few
pillows to pad out the vacant areas."
"Talk about measurements! Why,
the coat and hat are perfect fits. The
trousers are the best . They might be
termed kilts, if they didn't resemble
a vest. Maybe it is due to my number
12 feet, but I'll leave to you, this tale
to beat."
"I won't wear my uniform until they
point a gun at me. The sleeves are
six inches too short, the coat pinches
in the back, tloe collar burns a. ring
around my neck, and the pants are
several inches too long. I forgot to
mention the cap! The latter article
reminds me of my Frosh cap- so
small and sophisticated on the hair so
high."
"Well, boys, my uniform is a per-
fect fit and I have nothing to say."
Acting first sergeants will hold a
meeting at 3:45 o'clock Monday after-
noon in the executive offices.
Dr. George A. May requests all man.
agers of the company b sketbali teams
to report at 2:30 o'clock this after-
noon at his office In Waterman gym-
nasium for the purpose of drawing up
a playing schedule.
One hundred and forty-eight men
of the fifth ordnance course, formerly
under the direction of Major J. A.
Bursley, and now headed by Majori
E. T. White, '08, will complete their!
work this afternoon. A majority of
the men will go home before return-
ing to the University Thursday to re-
port for assignments into service.
It is thought they will be entrained
in a body and sent to an arsenal in
the south.
TERENCE'S "PHORMIO" TO BE
STAGED BY CLASSICAL CLUB
Up-to-Pate English Version Adopted
to Render Ploduetion More
Humorous

AT THE MAJESTIC

Another triumph for motion picture
art over that of the stage is scored
by "Brown of Harvard", the Perfec-
tion picture at the Majestic tomorrow
and Monday. Again the screen de-
monstrates its unlimited field for
realism in the presentation of this
romance in life at Harvard. The
great Yale-Harvard boat race, an in-
possibility on the stage, is shown
from beginning to end in this picture,
with all its attendant thrills.
The picture is adapted from the
famous speaking, play of Rita John-
son and Gilbert P. Coleman. Hazel
Daly and Tom Moore are its co-stars,
with Sydney Ainsworth heading the
supporting cast. It was produced
by William N. Selig.
AT THE ARCADE
Today the Arcade is offering to the
public Hall Caine's great story, "ro
Manx-Man" Georb4 Loan Tucker,
one of the best directors in the coun-
try, produced this photoplay, assisted
by Hall Caine himself. Thackeray
called his great novel, "Vanity Fair",
a story without a hero, and this is a
play without a villain, its author be-
lieving that no human being can be
wholly bad.
Jewish Students to Meet Sunday
Sunday evening's meeting of the
Jewish Students' congregation will be
held at 7 o'clock in the Bible Chair
house, 444 South State street. The
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas, pastor of the
Congregational church, will speak.
The subject will be announced later.
This is the first meeting of the con-
gregation since the Union services,
held Jan. 20.

"THE MANX-MAN"
-is a photoplay of the story by
HALL CAINE
-and was picturized by
GEORGE LOANE TUCKER
-assisted by Hall Caine, and is a

ANY ONE OF THESE FOUR NAMES MEANS SOMETHING
ALL FOUR OF THEM TOGETHER MEAN EVERYTHING
IN PHOTOPLAYS
One of the Biggest Combinations in the History
of Motion Pictures

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GOLDWYN
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Filmed Entirely on the Isle of Man

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FEATURING

ELISABETH RISDON and FRED GROVES

TWO REMARKABLE NEW STARS IN FILDOM

TO BE SHOWN AT THE

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TO-DAY QNLY
20 Cents,

"Wid" says: "All hail, George Loane Tucker! Hats off to Fred Groves, and congratulations to Elizabeth
Risdon! We can also say to Hall Caine that he can bless the day when he decided to let George Tucker, an
American, do his big story, 'The Manx-Man' for the films."

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Initial try-outs for this year's Class-
ical club play will be held at 9 o'clock
this morning in University hall.
Terence's "Phormio" has been chos-
en for presentation by the commit-
tee in charge. In addition to the orig-
inaliumor of this comedy by one of
the ancient Latins' most amusing
writers, will be the humor of the
translation used. Departing from its
custom of an authentic translation of
the play, the Classical club has adopt-
ed a live, up-to-date English .version.
An hour and a half will be neces-
sary for the presentation of Phor-
mio," and the members of the club
will endeavor to fill that time with
uninterrupted laughter. In order to
insure the success of this attempt, all
members are urged to appear for the.
try-outs this morning, prepared either
to read or recite some short selection
in English.
There is always an opportunity to
Increase your business through Daily
advertising. Try it.-Adv.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.

Jerry Cargill's Musical Extravaganza-Comedy

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"CMA AUL AGE"

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Management of Maurice S. Wetzel
Music and Lyrics by Zeph Fitzgerald

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- with -
JICE SHER
and
PEOPLE -

There are many stars including:
Kathleen Noble, Blanche Malloley, Dorothy Williams, E thel Yardley, Mildred Brink, Louise Carr, Marion Blood,
Dorothy Martindale, Edna Thomasma, Helen Dale, and many other stars.

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Book and Songs

I NEW SONG HITS

BEAUTY CHORUS

Seats Now Selling

50c to

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