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Choice Wits From
The faculty of the University of Cal-
ifornia has sent fewer students home
for poor work this year than ever be-
fore. Of these, three-fifths were men
arid two-fifths women.
The annual Junior dance of the Un-
iversity of Purdue is to be informal
The University of Purdue has offer-
ed a course in lunch room manage-
ment, e.specially adapted to school
lunch roomn needs.
Yale has decided on a formal inter-
collegiate base-ball team this ,year,,
but games will be played on Satur-
days only, and no profesisonal coach
will be employed, returning graduates
being given entire charge of this.
Four University of Indiana, students
are being punished for cheating in
class work. Two were Freshmen and
have been sentenced to take three ex-
tra hours of credit before they will be
gradua ed, and the other two were up-
perclassmen, who are required-to take
,one extra hour each.
A botany class in the University of
Indiana was completely disrupted last'
w, ,eekc, and had to be dismissed, be-
cause of a heated :argument which
arose over women suffrage between'
one moan and eight womien.
An order from the Chancellor of the
Un-iversity of Kansas has been issued
to the students requiring immediate
vaccination for smallpox. There is
no epidemic at present but it is
thought by the secretary of the board
of health to be a -vise preventative
"Camouflage," is the attracf'lon at
the Whitney tomorrow night. Pretty
girls, catchy music, lovely costumes
and a timely plot, make the produc-
tion an interesting one. ,Thle cast,
largely made up of Grand Rapids so-
ciety people and professionals, is
headed by. C. 0. Braun, playing the
part of the kaiser. Missy Geraldine
Cordes plays the part of he crown
princess, and other prominent parts
are played by well kn,)wn Grand Rap-
Maurice S. Wetzel is manager of the
piece, Mr. Zeph Fitzgerald wrote the
music and lyrics, and the play itself
is attributed to Jerry Cargill. Among
the song hits are, "I'm Going to be a
Soldier,," "Why Do Boys Love the
Girlies," "Buy a Liberty Bond;" and
"Let's Take a Run at the Hun."
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W Wurb_ Theatre ~
EPHONE i6o-J PRICES: 15c :.
Central Standard Time'
EVENINGS-6:30, 8:00, 9:30
OPEN EVERY DAY
S BOOKINGS FOR FEBRUARY
Tues-Wed-19-2o-J. Barney Sherry in
"E'vidlence." Also. Comedy, "Theirs
"" ThrFi-.2-2.z-Margery Wilson ito
I lamnes of Chance." Also Triangle=
". Com~edy. "'he Price .of is Ilead!"
= and Fords WVeekly.-
Sat-23-W). Russell in "InI Bad." Al-=
so-Comedy and Weekly. =
Sul;-M1on-24-25-Florence LaBad in i
Man Without Country." Also Key,-
=. stone Comedy, "Afraid to Be false."
'J'ues-W1ed-26-27-Texas Guinan in "The, -
GnWoman." Also Triangle Comiedy,
"AButler Bust Up."
ington's birthday. This play comes
from the pens of Lorin J. Howard and
l tph Kettering, and is. directed by,
Rowland 'and Howard. There is a
large cast, a troupe of native Haw4aii-
an players, and the southern atmuo-
sphere is maintained by an elaborate
scenic equipment. The plot of the
piece concerns a love story of the
old-fashioned sort, and the whole is
said to remind one of the popular,
"Bird. of Paradise," in its setting.
The Daily's specialty is services to
*veryone. Let us serve yon.- -Ady.
25c to $1.05 $1.60
WHO IS JUNE?
At last it i, out!. June' is one
other than Viola Pana. The
wonderful prodluction in which
she will appear is "Blue ,Teais,"
at the Arcad!e Tlteatre, Satur-
day,, Febru~ary 23. You will
agree that this is a great picture.
AT THE IWHITN1EY P- B .uy 1:yoular A cloaks tit J. L
Ch"apmZan]'s. i w . 11> S. Main.
"'A Daughter of the Sun," advertised r.A'c -
as a tale of an Hawaiian Butterfly, will-
appear at the Whitney for a matinee Ngt:Oc-at llfh
acid eventing performnance on Wash- ectra $51j&$ IM PP ats e
V ETOI Iand Sat., 2C
SUNDAY FEB 24
lShows At 7 and 3:3o Eastern 'T
i*c Unless Otherwise Specifies
Wed-2i o-Gladys ]3rock-,ell ini
Brandled Soul" and Mutt and
Cartoon, "H unters."
'.Chu!I-Vri-z r-22-MaW, Marsh in "Fi
uisozr - hiteCm"learts anld Clubs."
Sat23-ioa Dnain "Blue jeans.
"The Girl with a Tfliousiid
Also 'triangle Comedy.
Special Washigton's Birthday
MARY MILES MINTERA
"HER COF TRY'S CALL"
Also Helen Hlolmes
T H E A T R E
The Big GiUrlShiow
- in -
SUFEDIRA A OAMIWOlN GIRLS IN
AMER A 10CIO*CMS AND SMALL TOWNiS!
Prices: 25c to $1.00
S6 SE'NE S - 6
Shos -3, A7:30, e9.00 -Shows
- Eastern Time -
INl IN "1!l,OAMO
WR TN BY 11,
'CTJ and POTRAPJIE *
IRVl V. WILLAT
MISS MILI)RED BRINK
HISS HELEN DALE
THESE ARE A FEW OF THE STARS IN THE
- 8430 EASTERN TIME
Atinee and INight
SAY, FEBRUARY 22
Rowland and Lorin J.
.rd offer a M~assive
Vof ]Love and Beauty
To Be Shown In Ann Arbor
A Grand Rapids production that represents something new and novel.
A semi-professional musical comedy that is meeting with big success.
JERRY CARGILL'S Musical Extravaganza Comedy
sensuous sunshine that
1your blood-you can't,-
y of an Hawaiian But-
by Lorin J. Howard and
ai (oving Picture
Jnee--50c and 75c
ight-25c to $1.50
SEE THE BIG AEROPLANE FEATURE
A REAL AEROPLANE IN FLIGHT
"Why Boys Love The Girlies"
"Buy .A Liberty Bond"
"It's All Up To ,You"
4 * I S1 1 A I J J 1L M P I . L J i'
MISS ED NAi.TIJOM1ASMA
"Let's Take A Run At The Hun"
"It's A Long, Lonig Way To The U. S.
WHIT NEY THEATrRE,
EVE. F eb.