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February 27, 1918 - Image 4

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though Ann Arbor has sent more
its quota to the front it has not
given full credit for its volun-
s and inducted men and there is
a deferred quota. Next week the
1 draft board will send 13 of this
a to Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. . Al-
igh the draft board has not re-
ed .any official inforiation they
ct that the next draft 'will take
e in May and expect to have re-
ed credit for its volunteers by that
or have all the deferred quota
e up. A unit of railroad work-
and woodsmen is being organized
will probably be sent to the Van-
'er Barracks, Spruce division next

tri- Wililam MacDonald, vagrant, 'was
'rance arrested Monday for begging in a
r and home on North University avenue and
soci- was punished by a sentence of 15 days
in the county jail.
which
being
i The water committee of the Civic
Arbor association will meet Friday after-j
derful noon in the Civic association rooms
irer'onto discuss the water situation. There:
have-been many complaints register-i
ire. ed and the committee probably willy
discuss some plan to provide a tem-
ights porary relief. Any puans they might '
suggest will be presented to the com-
mon council at its session next week.,
The superintendent of Ann ArborĀ°
public schools is conducting a cam-
paign to instill patriotism into the
school children. To make them widej
awake to the present situation of'
i'd the President's message of Dec. 4, isj
erd being distributed and read.'
aer -
.d. e The war gardens committee of the
Civic association will meet tomorrow)
afternoon to discuss plans for the.
summer work. Last year the work o'f .
the cdmmittee bore results and prob-.
ably the work will be repeated this
year with even more vigor.
-George Denglerof, 207 South First'
s of street, and Mrs. Babette Werner, 304
andls East Madison street, both old resi-
SeCt dents of this city died' at their homes
Monday.
A meeting of all those interested in
:o. the new Farm bureau will be held
Saturday evening in the Y. M. C. A.
building. The organization will be
completed at this meeting following
JBLE WEAR SOLES I

Choice fits From
College Exchanges.
More than 800 girls of Ohio State.
university have joined a league for
Junior war work, pledging themselves
for some definite task. This patriotic
league requires no dues or member-
ship fee, but is organized for the pur-:
pose of stimulating the girls to more
extensive war work.
It was announced at an alumni ban-
quet at .Columbia university a short
time ago that military training will
be compulsory at Columbia next year.
Attempts at military training thus far
have been more or less experimental.
'WVomen of Virginia are now asking
entrance in the state university and
the legislature of Virginia will have
to decide this qguestlon soon. The
choice will have to be co-education or
the building of a co-ordinate college:
Freshmen at the University of Ore-
gon must wear their green caps eve'
at military drill, according to a re-
cent decision of the student council.
The council announced formerly that
the caps might Abe discarded 'during
drill hour but the decision has been
rescinded. Exception is made of the
few freshmen officers.
The faculty of the University of In-
diana has recently given notice of
change in rules for delinquent stu-
dents and the removal of conditions.
Students receiving C or D grades will
be reassigned to the subject to re-
peat all or a part of it, according to
the decision of the department. A
student with a C grade may be exam-
ined at any time when lack of prepar-
ation in a subject is evidenced.

PRICES THE SAME

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ShOs,,at 3. 7 and 8:30 Eastern Tir
rse Unless Otherwise Specified.
''ues-Wed-26-27-Robert Varwick
"'Che Silent Miaster" and (T'ues
Pathe News; (Wed) Mutt & Je
Cartoon, "Pat t Attorneys."
'Jhur-28-Norma 'almadge in "'IT
Moth" (ret.) and Christie Comed
"Almost a Bigamist."

eira *i v1.5U ,& . 1.1 i1 ad
..alanceHouse.C .nd
B5c to $10 ETRIT $1.00
Jau l '1 I)EI Margi.garet ILLIP
In Pinero's Greatest Come
"THlE GAY LORI) QU7EX
RAE Theatr<
TO DAlY
Wlllirn Fox Presents
the incomparable star
VIRGINIA FE ARSON
"THOU SHALT NOT STEA
Also Triangle Comedy

THEDA BARA i& "cuiaOrATR A AT THE MAJESTIC, SOON

which a reception will be held in hon-
or of Professor and Mrs. H. S. Osler.
GERMAN SOCIALISTS FAIL TO
SECURE COAL FROM NOI'WAYI

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225 E. Liberty.

Phone 1

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AT T H E T H EA'TERS

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BODOKEW FLORlAL

John Drew and Margaret Ill- *
ington' in "The Gay Lord Quex" *
at the Garrick. *
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. Christiana, Norway, Feb. 26.-Ger-.
man Socialists have failed in an ef-
fort to negotiate a deal with the Nor-
wegian Socialists to supply them with
40,000 tons oPd German coal as pay-
ment for distribution of German prop-
aganda in Norway. The Germans de-
manded also that the Socialistic fac-
tion of the Storthing, seek to modify
the agreement for exporting of Nor-
wegian fish to Great 'Britain so as to
increase the amount of fish sent to
Germany.
A plan similar to this was success-
fully negotiated by the German So-
cialists in Denmark and, it is claimed,
that the Germans induced in that way
they Danish Socialists, their press and
representative in the Danish cabinet
to take a pro-German attitude. ;
Wilhelm Jansson, leader of a So-,
cialistic press bureau in Berlin was
sent to Norway to put the deal
through here. The Norwegian Social-
istia leaders rejected the proposition
although the German agent made re-
peated efforts to bring them to his
terms. It is claimed that Jansson rep-
resented the Imperial German author-
ities in attempting to .obtain social-
istic support for Germany in Norway.
Announce Birth of Daughter
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. W4illiam J.. Hale on Friday, Feb.
22. Mr. Hale is an associate professor
of general chemistry.
Free Exhibition of Raemaeker's
Great War Cartoons, daily at James
Foster's House of Art.-Adv.

* "Love O Mike" at the Whit- *
* ney, Saturday, March 2. *
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Flowers
Plants
Ferms

Ruth Chatterton in "Come Out
of the Kitchen," at the Whitney,
March 11,

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Majestic-Betty Blyth
Own People."

Wuerth-Texas Guinan in
Gun Woman." Also Triangle
edy, "A Butler Bust Up."

"The
com-

Arcade - Robert Warwick in
"The Silent Master." Also Mutt
and Jeff Cartoon, "Patent Attor-
neys."
Rae-Virginia Pearson in "Thou
Shalt Not Steal." Also Triangle
Comedy.

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The faculty of the University of
Grinnell, Iowa, have decided that sen-
iors who leave for actual military ser-
vice will be allowed to receive their
degrees if they have within eight of
the required hours for graduation. In
most cases this will mean that a sen-
ior will receive his degree who leaves
after spring vacation which begins
March 22.
Prof. G. P. Wykcoff of Grinnell col-
lege is giving a series of lectures
treating in detail the various phases
of the war, which are planned to en-
able students to talk intelligently in
their home communities this sum-
mer.

OPEN EVERY DAY

' Wuerth Thea try
, PHONE x6o-j PRICES:
Central Standard Time
.: MATINEES-2:oo, 3:30
- ' EVENINGS--6:3o, 8:oo, 9:3

BOOKINGS FOR FEBRUA

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Baskets
Corsages
Decoration

AT THE WHITNEY

,eather Soles

kmanship at
PLACE

L E. William St.

"Love 0' Mike," which might be
described as a musical comedy of
youth, comes to the Whitney for two
performances only, Saturday matinee
and night, March 2, after 39 weeks in-
New York and a recent engagement in
the Studebaker theater in' -Chicago.
The cast is headed by George Hassell.
In this play he appears as a movie-
struck butler who simply must give
vent to his passion for excitement,
even to the extent of robbing the
house in which he works. The scenes
occur in the country home of Mrs.
Marvin who is holding a week-end
house party.
The music is by Jerome B. Kern,
who wrote "Very Good, Eddie," "No-
body Home," and "Oh, Boy." He
has contributed 15 tunds to "Love 0'
Mike." Thomas Sydney is the author
of the book, and Harry B. Smith wrote
the lyrics. Miss Marbury is the lead-
woman and the remainder of the cast
is made up of some well known and
attractive young actors.

The women's war relief committee
of the University of Illinois, is plan-
ning a large vaudeville show to be
given for the purpose of raising mon-
ey for our soldiers in France.
Professor Adams to Speak in Bay City
Prof. Henry C. Adams of the econ-
omics department, will speak this eve-
ning in Bay City where the Michigan
State Tax association will convene
for its annual meeting. The- object'
of the conference is to discuss tax
problems, and will continue until
Thursday evening. Gov. Albert E.
Sleeper of Michigan, and ex-Gov. Ed-
ward F. Dunne of Illinois, will also
speak at the convention.
10 Killed in Southern Railway Smash
Columbia, S. C., Feb. 25.-Ten per-
sons were killed outright, two died of
injuxies, and between 25 and 35 others
were more or less seriously injured in
a rear-end collision of two passenger;
trains today on the Columbia Green-
ville branch of' the Southern railway.

Tues-Wed-26-27Texas Guinan in
Gun Woman." Also Triangle Coi
S"A Butler Bust Up."
'1Thur-Fri-a2-Mar i-Darrell Foss in
-, American Husband." Also Tri
Comedy, "Too Many Husbands'
Ford Weekly.
MAJlESTI
T H E A T R E
TODA.Y
HARRY MOREY
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"HIS OWN PEOPLE"
THURS., FEB. 28
"WHEN MEN ARE TEMP
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MARY ANDERSON an
AL WHITMAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 1
"IN THE BALANCE"
- with -
EARLE WILLIAMS

School May Be Closed

and you would
never know it!

Tb. Daily'- pecialty is servia rto
everyone. Let us serve you.--Adv.

SHOWS - 3, 7, 8:30 - S
(Eastern Time)
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A'T THE MAJESTIC
In "His Own People," the romance
of Irish life written by William Ad-
dison Lathrop, Betty Blythe plays the
leading role. In this play Miss Blythe
seeks to win from his colleen sweet-
heart the man of the people, the sturdy
village blacksmith, by inviting him
to a house party of fashionable peo-
ple. Harry Morey is the blacksmith
and Gladys Leslie the colleen. Others
in the cast are Arthur Donaldson, Wil-
liam Dunn and Stanley Dunn.
AT THE ARCADE .
Robert Warwick, one of the fav-
orite stars in motion pictures, is be-
ing shown at the Arcade today in "The
Silent Master," taken from E. Phillips
Oppenheim's novel, "The Court of St.
Simon." The direction was directed
by Leoince Perret, a noted French pro _
ducer, who has been engaged by Harry
Rapf for this Warwick picture. The
story deals with adventures with the
Apaches in Paris and a romance that
swings across the Atlantic' into fash-
ionable New York society. It includes
many spectacular scenes, including a
panorama of Paris from Montmartre.

WHITNEY THEAT

Miss Elisabeth Marbury and Messrs. Shubert presen
THE ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST in the

SATURDAY

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Second Semester

$1.50

mailed or carried

W IT1H GE O R GE H A3SE1
AND T7ftE VERY PWET TIE 5T GIR&L 3 IN T HEE 9

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NOTE :-This is the same con
weeks ago and goes from here to
in New York.

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