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VICTIlS OF AUTOMOBILE
ACCIDENT ABLE TO BE OUT
The victims of Wednesday's auto-
mobile accident are progressing very.
well. Victoria Adams, '19, was per-
haps the most seriously hurt, suffering
from a severe nervous shock. She
received many cuts about the face.
and head from the broken glass of the'
windshield, but none were deep enough
to require stitches. She was given
attention by the health service yes-
terday morning, but was unable to
attend classes. Miss Adams expects
to postpone her trip to New York
for a few days, but is still awaiting
orders from the governnrent.

Shows t a. and 8:3o Eastern Ti:
irc Unless Otherwise Specified
Fri.i-George walish in "The Pride
New York" and Christte comedy
miost a Bigamist". 2cc
Sat-z-Ha rold ock 2ood in "The Squ
Deceiver" andChadiie chaplin in,"]
Ritnk". (Ret.)
MloU-a-lio~a IDana in " The W indi
Traii "and Drc" conedy, "Why He
Left Iome.'
Three Days startini
Monday March 4

Shoes repaired while you wait.
G. Andres, 222 S. State St.-Adv:

t).

RAE Theatre
TODAY I
Ann Murdock InI

Thbe Wood+s Enterprrise
P'resf nis
FR IX (of Felix& Clai
- in -
"The Mn ic~orl

SCENE FROM "LOVE O' MIKE," AT THE WHITNEY, TOMORROW NIGHT.

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* -
* AT THE TH EATERS
* /
re * John Drew and Margaret Ill-
ag * ington in "The -Gay Lord Quex"
r- * at the Garrick.

* in love with an actress, and the usual DOUBLE QUOT A, AM
* complications result. OF ANGELL HOUSE
*1

"Ad Oeautiful Adventure"#
Also Helen Holmes
See it at the Rae-The itte
Theatre with a big show

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AT TUE ~ARVAflE

1918

The quota assigned to Angell house
for March is nearly double that of

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>Ulowed *
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"Love 0' Mike" at
ney tomorrow night.

the Whit-

"The Pride of New York," the plhy
* which is appearing at the Arcade to-
* day, is a war story concerned with
the selective draft. George Walsh
*1
* plays the part of Jim, an east side
New York boy, who makes a place for
* himself in civilized society. He intro-
* duces a note of realism into the part
adding greatly to its interest.,
* 1

last month.

Thirty-five thousand

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225 E. Liberty.

Phone 132'

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

22 Girls -- 22

kv; *
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saturday nights *
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"The Mimic World"
estic, next week.
TODAY

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at the Maj- *
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Majestic-Earle Williams in "In
the Balance."
Wuerth-Darrell Foss in "Her
American Husband."- Also Tri-
angle Comedy, "Too Many Hus-
bands."
Arcade-George Walsh in "The
Pride of New York." Also Chris-
tie comedy, "Almost a Bigamist."

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Rae-Ann Murdock in
Beautiful Adventurer."
Helen Holmes.

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"The *
Also

;iidEN WHO SPEAK FOREIGN
LANGUAGES WANTED IN WAR
Men who can speak any foreign lan-
guage are. asked to communicate with
the Michigan branch of the Intercol-
legiate Intelligence bureau at the
Union. A request has just been re-
ceived from the chief of staff of the
war department who states the need
for men with these qualifications. The
communication also asked that the
names of men in the service who speak
a foreign language be given in to the
bureau.
Nights:Orch R-flA P -p-. MatsWed
e:ntra $1.5&$2 i~1IlI(ad a.V5
EalanceHous EandROat.T5c
25c to $100 $1.00ETR $.
John DREW & Margaret ILLINGTON
In Pinero's Greatest Comedy
"THE GAY LORD QUEX"
MA J ESTIC0
T1 EAT R E
TODAY
'IN THE BALANCE"
-. with -
EARLE WILLIAMS
SHOWS - 3, 7, 8:30 - SHOWS
(Eastern Time)
Prices 1ic-2c Tax-1The Prices

small sponges have been ordered as
compared with 20,000 in February.
This increased requirement can be
met, believes Mrs. E. Holbrook, who
is in charge of the work, if the women
continue to give as much time to it.
"The women did very well last
month," said Mrs. Holbrook. "We are
grateful for the support we received,
but it will be necessary to keep up the
same pace all during this month if we
are to succeed in completing our new
assignment.''
The February work, including the'
wrapping of the packages was finished
yesterday, the last sponges being done
on Feb. 25.
A new class in standard surgical
dressings met for the first time yes-
terday afternoon. A class has also
been opened in Chelsea, which meets
three times a week and is conducted
by Mrs. Holbrook and Mrs. J. R.
Effinger.
UI I11111t 1[Il tt ttll llilliillitli11 l1ltif
' WuerthTheatre =I
PHONE x6o-J . PRICES: 5c
Central Standard Time -,
- MATINEES-2:oo, 3:o0
- EVENINGS-0:so, 8:oo, :30
OPEN EVERY DAY
_
13JOOKINGS FOR FEBRUARY
'hur-Sri-z8-Mar i- -arreli Foss in "her
American Husband." Also 'riangte:
Comedy, "'oo Many husbands" and :
.k
" T-ot Eleel

SOODHEW FLORAL CO.

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WHITNEY T HEAT

Flowers
Plants
Ferns

Boskets
Corsages
Decorations

SATURDAY

MA R CH

Coming direct from Chicago and after 39 weeks in New York
12 weeks in Boston

Miss Elisabeth
Mr.

Marbury (.who produced "Nobody Home")
Lee Shubert present the alluring and
sparkling musical comedy

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PRICES
Main Floor 30c
Balcony 20-2 c
Seats on Sale Frida

IOVE 0'1K

* * * * * * * * * * * *

AT THE WHITNEY

Music by Jerome Kern

Book by Harry B. Smith

Love0' Mike," the attractive conc
opera, that comes to the Whitney to-
morrow night, has just completed a
successful run of 39 weeks in New
York, and an engagement at the Stude
baker in Chicago. So far, this attrac-
tion, which will be presented by the
original cast under the direction of
Miss Elizabeth Marbury and Mr. Lie
Shubert, has played only in Chicago,
New oYrk, and Boston.
Jerome D. Kern, composer of the
New York, and Boston.
Heart," "Oh, Boy," and other musical
pieces, has written most of the tunes
of "Love 0' Mike," sand larry B. Smith
is the author of the lyrics. There is
no other cast on tour in this play.
George Hassell is leading man, and
is supported by a group of girls whom
the press agent assures us are the
prettiest in the world.

h with -

GEORGE HASSELL

And the very prettiest girls in the world. This is the original
cast-no other company on tour.

Free Li.t Entirely Suspended
Prikes-50o to $2.00

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that
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Slli~ig George W aI;

even a last year's
will fall with grace
a Redfern Corset
is correctly fitted.
te as pretty to look
iey are comfortable
. Their satisfaction
red.

AT THE MAJESTIC

Heredity may be responsible for the
acting ability displayed by Earle Wil-
liams, who plays the part of John
Strangeway in the feature picture "In
the Balance," which is being shown at
the Majetsic today, for he comes of a
family who has had members on the
stage for years. His fsmous uncle,
James Paget, was a familiar figure to
the audiences of a generation ago.
The play in which he makes his Ann
Arbor appearance is adapted from
"The Hillman." a novel by E. Phillips
Oppenheim. Mr. Williams plays the
part of a puritanical hillman who falls

The

Pride

OF

New

York

CO.

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Thousands of people think
GEORGE WALSH
has Fairbanks beaten for Pei

)on't Look for
er Steel Ball Stock
to Decline
other Industrials are advancing rapidly.
>w-100 Shares for sale

SEE HIM TODAY

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Aceade

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FISCHER

20 C

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