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MILITARY NEWS

how is a clever one, well
and the music is catchy, clev-
original.'

* AT THE MAJESTIC
* The 1918 version of "The Sunny Side
- * of Broadway," is an entirely new show
* with the exception of the name, ac-
* cording to the press agent. Some of
" * the features of the production this
* season are a scene in a moving picture
s * studio, a rathskeller scene where Max
A * does a drum specialty, a rag-time bur-
* lesque drama, a burlesque trio with
* patriotic songs, Alice Sher's dancing
* specialty, Barney Duffy, and the big
novelty number, "The Girl- You Hit is
the Girl You Get," in which the au-
dience is asked to participate.
edy The company claims to carry the
iy 'prettiest chorus of any musical com-
edy that has ever played here and
sn- promises that this year's production is
so the most pretentious and best show
the that 'Max Bloom ever appeared in.
art This play will be shown at the Majes-
tic for three matinees and three nights,
lin starting Monday, Feb. 18.
.ied _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
EXPERTS TO GIVE LECTURES
ON WORLD AFFAIRS OF TODAY
For the next month a series of lec-
tures on the world situation as it- is
today will be given at 4:15 o'clock
every Tuesday under the joint man-
agement of the Women's league and
- the University Y. W. C. A. at Barbour
--- gymnasium.
Each of the four lectures handling
particular phases of the world situa-
tion will be presented by specialists
in their lien. The first lecture discuss-
=ing the political phase is to be given
o next Tuesday by William A. Frayer of
the history department. The econ-
omic, social, and religious phases will
be taken up later by Leo 1. Sharfman,
1 Arthur E. Wood, and Lloyd C. Douglas
respectively,
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT'- Wood
ward & Washington. 8-9 A. A. Say
e Bank Bldg.. Phone 866.-Adv.
lWe can supply you with anything
1 known to the wall papcr or paint
E trade. C. H. Major & Co. Phone 237.
C -AdV.

Regulation 'I. 0. T. C. uniforms
are the property of the United States
government and have merely been
loaned to the cadets. Men enrolled in
this course are requested to take good
care of the suits, for they will fi held
responsible for their appearance at
the regular inspection. No cadet will
pass inspection whose uniform is
shabby, untidy, or in any way fails to
come up to the military requirements.
A complete system of demerits is
being arranged by Lieut. Losey J.
Williams, P. S., retired, and as soon as
the record blanks are printed, the sys-
tem will be put into immediate effect,
stated the military officials last 'night.
Demerits will be given for absences,
tardiness, and insubordination.
At the present time 1,685 pairs of
regulation army shoes have been re-
ceived. They will be distributed after
the entire allotment of uniforms has
been given to the cadets.
Company I of the First regiment,
will use the handball court tomorrow
afternoon for manual of arms. A com-
plete schedule has -been posted on the
bulletin boards, giving the placespof
the companies - every day. This pro-
gram will be effective as long as drills
are held in Waterman gymnasium,
Commencing next week all first
sergeants will be expected to turn in
weekly reports, dealing with adminis-
trative problems which have come up
during the week. In these reports will
be incorporated information concern-
ing the character of drills taken up,
individual progress of each cadet, and
the morale of the companies, togeth-
er with cases of insubordination.
Sergeant Major C. F. Lambert, '19, will
meet all, first sergeants at 3:45 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in the executive
offices.
Uniforms vs. Humming Birds
'Mutterings about the quality of the
R. 0. T. C. uniforms have caused the
campus endless amusement. Yester-
day two freshmsen rookies engaged in
a lively conversation on this subject.
"The firm that made these suits
must" have beon rushed with war or-
ders.
"No, that ees no so. They did a good
chob."
"What do you mean, every third
uniform has to be altered."
"Vell, phat doo you want for twen-
ty-phor dollars, Humming birds?"
New cadets in company E, First
regiment, will report -t 4:15 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon for drill in front
of Hill auditorium.
Cadets in the first battalion of the
IFirst: regiment will ave the follow-
ing athletic and gymnastic program
under Dr. George A. May .at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Water-
man gymnasium:
First regiment: Company A, wrestl-
ing, relay racing; company B, relay
racing, wrestling; company C, parallel
bar, horse, sprinting, tug-of-war; com-
pany"D, tug-of-war, sprinting, horse,
parallel bar.
At a meet4ng of the company basket-
ball managers Saturday' afternoon a
playing schedule was drawn up. To-
morrow night company K, First regi-
mnt, will play companyI, Second regi-
ment, court 1, 8 o'clock; company C,
First regiment, company A, Second
regiment, court 4, 8 o'clock; company

I, First regiment, company L, Second
regiment, court 1, 8:30 o'clock; com-
pany B, First regiment, company B,
Second regiment, 8:30 o'clock. Tues-
day's schedule and further plans will
be announced later.
All men enlisted in the naval re-!
serve, who were released from active
duty in order to resume college cour-'
ses cannot take out war insurance
while so released. They may, how-
ever, apply for the insurance at any
time within 120 days from the date they
are called into active service, accord-
ing to information issued yesterday'
afternoon..
Come along. Everyone is going to
the Friendship Fund Frolic Ice Carn-
ival given by the residents of Martha
Cook building at Weinburg's, Tuesdayt
evening from 7:30 to 10:30. Let'sI
all skate and make it a scooping suc-,
cess.-Adv.
Use .Old English Floor Wax for
floors. C. H. Major & Co. Phone 237.

THE ATE
TO-DAY
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
(He of the sunny smile)
- in -
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Assisted by Little
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