popularity by the way in wlich he "The Mimic World." The "Cleoi
handles a difficult situation. picture will be shown at a later
"Cleopatra," the Theda Bara pic- Harvard University will not p
ture announced for March 4, 5, and 6, its senior annual, the Red Boo
will not be shown on those dates but two years in accordance with cc
will be replaced by the musical show, vation movements.
S. C. HAMILTON,
The first of the suggested menus
ime for boarding houses has been issued
di by Miss Sue C. Hamilton, sanitarian
yak" of the University health service. Each
week Miss Hamilton will publish in
in The Daily a list of meal plans for the
Jeff ensuing week, and it is hoped that
The boarding houses will follow them as
edy, nearly as possible. Great care has
been taken in the preparation of the
menus so that left-overs will be used
-in later meals. The students' health-
has been considered and the food
values of each substance on the lists
has been weighed for its nutrition.
Miss Hamilton has advised that hous-
D es provide their boarders with as
many reorders of the substantial foods
as the boarders wish. The menus for
the first week follow:
Breakfast-Monday wheatless day-
One-half orange, cornneal mush, puff-
ed rice, toast, grahai bread, butter
and oleo, coffee and milk.
Luncheon-Potato cakes, horned beef
-mustard, chopped cabbage, corn
bread, butter and oleo, sauce and cake,
= - milk or tea.
a;Dinner - Creamed potatoes, beef
steak, buttered parsnips, rye bread,
15 w fruit jelly, coffee, milk or tea.
- Breakfast-Tuesday meatless day-
Stewed figs, cream rice, grape nuts,
toast, butter and oleo, coffee or milk.
Luncheon - Split pea soup, mock
scalloped oysters, bread and butter or
oleo, hot apple bread-lemon sauce,
in milk or tea.
Se; Dinner -- Baked potatoes, cheese
. omelet, macedoine salad - French
The !dressing, brown bread, butter or oleo,
='nuts and raisins, coffee, milk or tea.
Her :=;Breakfast- Wednesday Wheatless
igle day - Baked apples, hominy, corn'
and '. -
a flakes, toasted graham bread, butter
uun'F 2 or oleo, coffee or-milk.
15(- to $1.00
D O.T R O IT
and Sat., 25c
In Pinirols Greatest Comedy
The Gay Lord Quex"
SCENE FROM "A DANGEROUS GIRL" AT THE WHITNEY TONIGHT.
Seats Now Selling
Luncheon-Boiled potatoes, scallop-
ed salmon, relish or pickles, barley
biscuits, honey, milk or tea.
Dinner-Mashed potatoes, rib roast-
gravey, baked squash, rye bread, but-
ter or oleo, ice cream, coffee, milk or
ed barley, maple flakes, toast, butter
or oleo, coffee and milk.
Luncheon -- Hominy, pork chops,
fried apples, bread, butter or oleo,
sauce and cake, milk or tea.
Dinner-- Baked potatoes, stuffed
cod-cream sauce, deviled tomatoes on
toast, bran bread, rye fritters-syrup,
coffee, milk or tea.-
Breakfast -Friday-Sliced banan-
as, rolled oats, puffed rice, toast, but-
ter or oleo, coffee or milk.
* * * * * * * * * *
AT THE THEATERS
John Drew and Marg
ington in "The Gay/ Lot
at the Garrick.
"Love 0' Mike" at th
"A Dangerous Girl,"
aret Ill- *
e Whit- *
Hart in *~
M. R. WILLIAMS, Manager
ATEST Ole ALL
PY - MARCH 2
Oarbury and Messrs. Shubert present
\IAL NEW YORK CAST in the
M 1 oDY
* Majestic-William S,
* "Between Men."
Luncheon-Clam soup, French fried
potatoes, baked beans-catsup, corn
bread, butter or oleo, lemon jelly, milk
Dinner--Irish stew-dumplings, beets
-vinegar, bread, butter or oleo, apple
or pumpkin pie, coffee,,milk or tea.
Breakfast -Saturday-Dates, rolled
rye, corn flakes, toast, butter or oleo,
coffee or milk.
Luncheon-Corn chowder, cucumber
pickles, combination salad - boiled
dressing, rye, bread, butter or oleo,
boiled rice-syrup, milk or tea.
Dinner-Boiled .potatoes, meat loaf
gravy, buttered turnips, bread, but-
ter or oleo, bananas and custard, cof-
fee, milk or tea.
Breakfast-- Sunday- One-half or-
ange, bran pancakes- syrup, toast,
butter or oleo, coffee or milk.
Luncheon-Chicken a la king,-masb-
ed potatoes-gravy, buttered carrots,
jelly, bread, butter or oleo, apple pie,
ice cream, coffee, milk or tea.
Dinner - Tomatoe rarebit, olives,
rye muffins, honey, cocoa, milk or tea.
Wuerth--Florece La Badie in*
"Man Without Country," also Key-
stone comedy, "Afraid to Be
THE LIFE-DRAMA OF
MILLIO GIRLS IN I
CITIES and SHALL TOW!
Ra--Winifred Allen in "For
Valour." Also Triangle comedy.
A PLAY WEITHN
* * * * * * * * * * * *
AT THE WHITNEY
/ }J AM R tlC cflh I) DMALL TGWNS,
THE ORIGINAL COMI
COMING DIRECT FROM
. G-ORG H A&5E L
PIETJET GL[LL IN THftE VON4D
the same company that played Chicago 'till a few
from here to Garrick, Detroit. It ran for 39 weeks
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after year, regardless
of what it costs to
Let us measure you
for your Spring Suit
or Overcoat - wheth-
er .you went Khaki or
Cassimere, 0. D. or
merely 0. K.
"Love O' Mike," the popular musi-
cal comedy which ran for 39 rpnse-
cutive weeks in New York and whifh
comes almost directly from that eity,
will play an engagement at the Whit-
ney theater of two performances only,
Saturday matinee and night, March 2,
with the original company headed by
George Hassell. Others in the com-
pany are Leone Morgan, Clare Strat-
ton, Alison McBane, Alan Edwards
and Elizabeth Marbury. Lee Shubert
and Miss Marbury are the producers.
It was she who staged "Nobody Home"
and her production of "Love O' Mike"
has repeated the success of the for-
AT THE GARRICK
John Drew and Margaret Illington
are announced for the Garrick theater,
beginning on Feb. 25, as joint stars in
Pinero's comedy, "The Gay Lord
This will not be the first association
of these famous players in the same
bill, for while Mr. Drew was under
the management of the late Charles
Frohman, Miss Illington was for sev-
eral seasons his leading lady, and odd-
ly enough, their last appjearance to-
gether was also in a 'Pinero play, "Hi
Hdu'se in Order."
-The play may be briefly described
as a duel of wits between Lord Quex
and Sophy Fullgarney. This means
that "The Gay Lord Quex" will afford
Mr. Drew and Miss Illington oppor-
tunities for playing rare nowadays.
The stars will be supported by a com-
pany selected by John D., Williams,
and will include , such players as
George Pauncefort, Leonard Willey,
Helen Beaumont, Ann Fagstone and a
number of others.
AT THE MAJESTIC
William S. Hart will appear at the
Majestic today and tomorrow in his
big picture, "Between Men." The por-
trayer of far- western characters is at
his best in this picture, where he
plays the part of a big hearted, easy
going individual from the newer sec-
tion*, of the country, tangled in the
maze of Wall Street. However he
rises to the occasion, and adds to his
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