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;UTY MEMBERS I
TO SECURITY CONGRESSI

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DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS
ADDRESS NATIONAL MEET-
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"A Daughter of the Sun," at the
Whitney, Friday Feb. 22, Matinee.
and night.

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Representatives of the University at
the National Security league congress
to be held Feb. 21, 22, and 23 at Chi-
cago, will be Prfessors William H.
Hobbs, S. Laurence Bigelow, Joseph
A. Bursley, and John W. Scholl.
Among the distinguished speakers
who will deliver addresses at the con-
gress are ex-President William
Howard Taft, Thomas R. Marshall,,
vice-president. of the United States;
Elihu Root, former secretary of state;
Franklin K. Lane, secretary of the
interior; Senator George E. Chamber-
lain of Oregon; President Ray Lyman
Winslow of Leland Stanford univer-
sity; President Nicholas Murray But
ler of Columbia university; Governor
Frank O. Lowden of Illinois; Govern-
or Charles S. Whitman of New York;
and John Bradley Winslow, chief just-
ice of the supreme court of Wiscon-
sin.
This meeting wil constitute the larg-
est assembly that the National Secur-
ity league has ever held. About*10,-;
000 delegates from every state in the
Union will attend, making thei head-
quarters at the La Salle hotel. Elihu
Root is the honorary president of the
Security league. Professor Hobbs of
the geology department, is the chair-
man of the Michigan branch of the
National organization and a member
of the national executive committee.
Sophomores Favor
Inexpensive, Prom
Officers of the sophomore classes
are in favor of holding a prom this
year as has been the custom in the
past, but are also in favor of abol-
ishing taxis, flowers and other unnec-
essary expenses.
"I am in favor of a prom this year,"
said David A. Forbes, '20, president of
the sophomore ~literary class, "al-,
though I will probably not be here
when the event is held. The expenses
of. the affair should be cut so that
it will be in harmony with present
conditions."
Uri A. Carpenter, chairman of the
social committee of *the soph lit class,
expressed himself in much the same
manner regarding the annual spring
affair of the second year class. "We
can have a spring party, I believe,"
he said, "that is economical and still
a prom. There will be a meeting of
the lit class Feb. 28, and the propos-
ition will be put up to the class to
decide what they. wish to d at that
time."
"Taxis and flowers could be done
away with and we could still have
a dance the sophomore class could be
proud of," said Carl T. Hogan, '20E,
president of the sophomore engineer-
ing class.
H. N. Collins, '20E, chairman of the
soph engineer social committee, "I be-
lieve in holding the soph prom as near
the previous standards as possible.
Our class will have an assembly soon
and we will discuss the event then."

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Majestic-Max Bloom and Com-'
pany in "The Sunny Side of Broad-
way,"
Wuerth-- Margery Wilson in'
"Flames of Chance." Also Tri-
angle Comedy, "The Price of His'
Head," Ford Weekly.
Arcade-Mae Marsh in "Fields
of Honor." Also Christie Comedy,'
"Hearts and Clubs."
Rae- Emny Wehlan in "Out-'
witted." Also Drew Comedy.

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Whitney-"Camouflage."

AT THE WHITNEY

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So. Main St.

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OUR FLOWER
is always a delight to
who see it as they pasi
How much more they
lighted if they received.
lovely blossoms for th
We make flowers or pa
in boxes and send then
any time required. Fi
vice in every respect
rates besides.
LANDERS
OR -
LOWERS

Grand Rapids papers are enthusias-
tic in their praise of "Camouflage,"
the play that people of that city are.
putting on at the Whitney here to-i
night. Says the Herald, "Not a hitch,l
halt nor stop marred the progress of
the initial performance. 'Camouflage'
is alive with snappy, catchy numbers,
sparkling wit and humor, while it
boasts ofra beauty chorus not excelled
on the professional stage."
The Press sketches the piece as fol-
lows: "The production is on a mili-
tary theme. The first act which is in
three scenes takes place on Monroe
Ave.; the second scene in a recruiting
station, and the third on a railroad
track. The three scenes in the second
act take place in an aviation camp in"
France, a garden in Rheims, and a
banquet room in a hotel in Berlin."
Back in the seventies Mark Twain
made a trip to the Hawaiian Islands
and left us a record of his trip in
"Roughing It." He spoke mst en-
thusiastically of the islands and since
they have been called "Mark Twain's
Paradise." "A Daughter of the Sun,"
the offering at the Whitney tomorrow
afternoon and night, is a play whose
scenes are laid in these islands.
The story of the pay centers around
a ,love theme, and it was written by
Lorin J. Howard and Ralph Ketter-
ing. The scenic equipment is real and
attractive, and the cast a large one.
The music is furnished by a band of
real Hawaiian musicians.
AT THE MAJESTIC
Kitty Gordon, the well known ac-
tress, is at the Majestic today in "The
Divine Sacrifice," a new World pic-
ture in which she plays the leading
part. The story of the play is one of
mother love, and it is filled with a
succession of startling episodes which
hold the attention throughout.
Supporting Miss Gordon in this play
is a well selected cast of film favor-
ites, and the scenery and settipg have
been carefully handled.
AT THE ARCADE
Today In tl tor e ' -Arcade
is showing Mae Marsh in the "Fields
of Honor." Those who saw this popu-
lar str in "Polly of the Circus," "Sun-
shine Alley," and "The Cinderella
Man" will surely want to see her lat-
est production in which she maintains
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PHONE 16o-J PRICES: Ic
Central Standard Time
MATINEES-2:0o 3:30
EVENINGS-6:3o, 8:oo, 9:30
OPEN EVERY DAY -
BOOKINGS FOR FEBRUARY
Thur-Fri-2.224Argery Wilson in
.. Flames of .Chance." Also #Triangle-
Comedy, "The Price of Mis Head" =
and Fords Weekly.
Sat-23-Wm. Russell in "In Bad." Al-
so Comedy and Weekly.
Sun-Mn-24-a5-Floence TaBadie in
"Man Without Country." Also Key-
stone Coedy, "Afraid to Be False."
Tees-Wed-26-27-Texas Guinan in "The
Gun Woman." Also Triangle Comedy, -
"A Butler Bust Up." ,
Thur-Fri-2-Mar i-Darrell Foss in ",Ier -
American Husband." Also Triangle
Comedy, "Too Many Husbands" and
Ford Weekly.
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Thrift Stamps and Thrift Cards
Q. If I do not have enough money
saved up to buy a War-Savings stamp
and can only save in small amounts,
what should I do?
A. Buy a 25-cent Thrift stamp at
a post office, bank or other authorized
agency, and ask for a Thrift card, to
which you can attach your Thrift
stamp.
Q. Is there any charge for a Thrift
card?
A. No. It is given to you to hold
Thrift stamps and contains a place
for your .name and address.
Q. How many Thrift stamps will
this card hold?
A. Sixteen stamps, which repre-
sents a value of $4.
Dancing at Armory every Saturday
night, 9 to 12.-Adv.
Always-Daily Service-Always.
IN BLUE JEANS
VIOLA DANA as JUNE comes
absolutely into her own. She
has had many triumphs hereto-
fore but as the little country
waif in "Blue Jeans" she will be
heralded as one of the greatest
of all screen stars.
ARCADE THEATRE
Saturday, Feb. 23 20 Cents
ARCADE':
Shiow- at 3. q and 8:3o Eastern Time
15c Unless Otherwise Specified.
1i 7'i"i-2 -?ae M i.: tt:;l.
of Honor and Christie Conedy,
"Hearts and Clubs."
Sat-23-Viola Dana in "Blue Jeans." 7
'arts. loc.
Mon-2s-Emily Stevens in "Daybreak"
and Drew Comedy. "Yhy Henry
Left Home."
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Society Brand and Hickey-Frees
and Overcoats 25% Disco
Also 20% off on Shirts, Pajamas,
Raincoat, Trenchcoats, Hats aD

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Kitty G(

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"The Divin
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her reputation as one of the most pop-
ular stars on the screen. The play is
by the well known writer, Irvin S.
Cobb, and it is produced under the
direction of Ralph Ince.

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Prof. Henderson Suffers. Operation
ive a "Bury Suffering from a serious mastoid in-
ew girls at fection, Prof. William D. Henderson
>ur gymnas- was successfully operated on by Dr.'
Meyers at St. Joseph's hospital and
was permitted to return to his resi-
s of Junior dence last Monday evening. If no un-
at 8 o'clock foreseen difficulty arises, Professor
Angell hall. Henderson hopes to be able to resume
his work in university extension and
banquet will physics within two weeks.

The problem of meeting a possible
fuel shortage next winter is being dis-
cussed by city officials, and Chairman
William L. Henderson of the fuel com-
mittee of. the common council is con-
sidering a plan by which the city will
store an adequate supply of wood to
supply family needs next winter.
Alderman Henderson has urged the
coal dealers in the city to secure a
supply of wood during the summer to
replace a possible deficiency in coal,
but as it is feared that the plan would
meet with financial failure, its adop-
tion is uncertain. Members of the fuel
committee, however, believe that the
city could manage the situation with-
out using city funds. Poor Commis-
sioner' Sandford says that in case the
coal supply was normal he could use
wood for distribution among the poor.
The Daily's specialty is serrice to
veryone. Let us serve you.-Adv.

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RAE Theatre
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Washington's Birthday Show
MARY MILES MINTER
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Continuous Show from 2 to
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please call 682-J.
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