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ATV THlE TREATERS
John Drew and Margaret Ill-
ington in "The Gay Lord Quex"
at the Garrick.
Ruth Chattertaon in "Come Out
of the Kitchen," at the Whitney,,
"The Mimic World" at the Ma-
jestic, next week.
"Love 0' Mike" at the Whitney.
M je :ic -' Talor Holmes ins
" lneasy Money."
Arcade -farold Lockwood, in
*"The Square Deceiver." Also
*Charlie Chaplin in "The Rink."
MAJESTIC, -NEX~iT WEE1',K
Rae-Walt Whitman in "The
Regenerates." Also Chaplin con-
for piano with orches-
ROSNFER, '4L, TO
MEXO AH SOCIETY!
n S. Grosner, '14L, a practicing
y of Detroit, will address the
li society on "The Movement
sia," at the meeting to be held
'clock tomorrow night at the
hair house. He has made a'
study of the Russian ques-
e ifl the University, Grosner
parts of two Union operas. He
"All That Glitters" and most
lyrics for "A Model Daughter."
work for the remainder of the
r will be outlined at this mieet-
ing by Rebecca Greenburg, '19, newlyl
elected president 'of the society.
LIE111f. JOHN 1P11I1)P SOUSA
WRITES NEW PATRIOTIC MARCH
Washington, March 1,-iLieut., John
Philip Sousa, U. S. N. reserye force,
bandmaster and composer, has, writ-
tnanew march, "The Volunteers,"'
dedicated to Chairman Hurley, of the
shipping board, and the shipbuilders
of the country. Sirens, anvils and air
riveters are used in the new marchi,
which will be played in public for the
first time next Sunday night at the
New York hippodrome by the combin-
ed banlds of the Atlantic fleet, led by
"Love 0' Mike,"' a musical comedy
staged by Miss Elizabeth Marbury and
jMr. Lee Shubert, will be offered at
the Whitney tonight. The cast is
headed by. Mr. George Hassell, the
comedian whose role is that of a
movie-mad "butler. Others in the com-
pany are Cliftpu Webb, Leone Mor-
gan, Helen Clarke, Alison McBain,
Stella Mae Hoban," Ruth Macbee, Clare
Stratton, Max Leeds, and Alan Ed-
wards. The music is by Jerome Kern.
The play takes its name from Lord
Michael Kildare,' an English army
officer in the United States purchasing
munitions. At a house party all of
the girls fall in love with him, much
to the disgust of the men in the party.
The butler for a remuneration, agrees
to makze Kildare the hero of a mid-
night fire, a scheme 'which might have
worked had the servant submitted a
similar proposition to each oNt6he
other nen. So th~e quiet house-party
goes from one comnedy affair to anl-
other, interspersed with dancing num-
bers 'and the most charming: songs
ever composed by Mr. Kern.
AT T H k WHITNEY
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Makes Men Like to Shoff Here
Courtesy, attention and know-
ledge of the goods form the basic
platform &f our, claim to good ser-
vice-plus the endorsemen-t of a
good nam~e with
FullI? stocks now on display of
Lor enI, and , lve' ryiortan-
The advance class, which held its
first mneeting last night in the gymnas-
iumn, has been created for the purpose;
of fitting cadets to act as officers in
the R. 0. T. C. companies. "It Is the
intention to have every company rep-
resented in this class," said Lieuten-
ant Mullen yesterday. "It, will be
M'ade a model company, enabling the
cadets to learn the principle methods
of instruction for their own companies
in the two regiments. Very 'rigid dis-
LTDENT COUNCILMAN- TO BE
ELECTED TODAY BY JUNIORS
lalph E. Gault, '19, and Harry P.
nnett, '19, were nominated as stu-
at councilmen at a meeting of the
for literary class Thursday after-
an. The election will be held from
o'clock till 11 o'clock this morning
the corridor of University hall.
gets: Or )t flNA ft U ElPop. Mate Wed
ra $1.50&$2 fhII
ieHouse anETSat. and
ito $1 00 DTOT $1.00
hat DRE W & lMrgalrft ILIIN G ro
In Pinero's Greatest Comedy
"'THE GAY LORD QUEV"
Shows at 3...7 and 8:30 Eastern Time
tic Unless Otherwise specified.
Sat-2-.Harold Lockwoodl in "The Square
Deceiver" and charlie chaplin in "The
Mori-q-Viola Dana in "The Windiug
Trail"and D~rew comuedy, "Why henry
Trues-Wedt-5-6-Alice Brady in "Hfer Sit-
eut Sacrifice" and ('Cue.) P'atthe News,,
(We d.) mutt & Jeff Cartoon "What
Shall we Name it?"
- and -
22 Girls - 22
The Woods Eul
Seats on Sale Friadf
IV W uertb Tbeatr-
Evenings-5:;o, 8:00, 9;3q
SPrices :-Mlatinees isc; ? veninsgs
We Pay the T a
BOOKINGS FOR MAR~CH-
= a-z-MI'arvy Iilos M telur in "he.
and the Rogti.,." Also Weekly'
Rise of Jennie Csig"Also "U:
Sand Thunder" Keystone Comnedy
'I'ue -1Vcd- --I4lame tHammerstein
W1ilfred Lucas in "The Co-Resp
cut." In Six Parts.
= Thur-1!ri-7-8- Vivian Miartin in "Ml
Entangled." A.lso Mack Service
Sat-Oj-Ann M'urdock in "h Impost
Aiso Weekly and Comredy.
last night by thef
INT "LOVE 0''
FEL IX (oftFelix &
Also twvo-reel flare
-- and -
See lI t the Rae-The
Theatre with a big si
Wi. S. Hiart
- in -
"THE APOSTLE OF VENEAG
Three Days start
CLEANED AND REBLOCKED
with a new band
LOOKS LIKE NMEW
Saves $2.00 or $-3.o0
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta
TH EAT RE
Today and Sunday
Taylor 11lle s
rnishings oand Hats
St. at William St.
cip line will be enforced. Definite
courses of study will be assigned."
Quiz periods will be meld at regular
intervals. Fifty-four men turned out
foi' the first class, which is below
the number expected by the military
autliorities. It is urged that more
cadets take advantage of this oppor-
tunity to fit th~emselves for advance-
ment. The drills will be held_ from
7 to 8 o'clock on Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, aund Fridlay nig~its in Wat-
Taken from the Story by P'. G.
Woodhouse in the Satur-day
Mati nees--- :o0, 3
MJat. xoc; Feve. i='z;cii,
BOOKINGS FOCR MA
Szal-_ rMarguerite Clanik ai
zoes." .Also Comedy, "Sunm
tun]Inl3Spr." Alo Comen
'icser." -T~ne arts. (
Dchns-Fr. III PartV. Mon
Floppe-Ir."7 Also_. coedy
Disaster" s oey
Sat9oacrncdy "foy rdi "Vari
A certain top sergeant in one of
the R. 0. T. C, companies prided him-
self at being a semi-genhis. in giving
drill commands. Yesterday he re-
ceived a letter from his old girl at
home, advising him to find a new
dancing partner. The affair preyed
on his mind all dlay. At the drill yes-
terday afternoon his orders were
The company of. which he was in
charge was marching down North Un-
iversity avenue. The top sergeant or-
dered them to "Column, .right," wheii
hie suddenly remembered, that they
should have gone In the opposite di-
rection. Fiercely embarrassed, he
yelled in desperation at the men turn-
ing to the right, "Vice versa!"
W TNI f OeNE "
Coming direct from Chicago and after 3<9 weeks in New
1_2 weeks in Boston
Miss Elisabeth Marbury (who produced "Nobody Home")
Mr. Lee Shubert present the alluring and
sparkling musical comedy
S11'I~ -3y 7, S:30 --SHiOWlS
// ® e
// o' , $/ / L
Make-up drill will be held from 9
to 11 o'clock this morning in Wat-
"A number of the cadets believe
that the uniforms wvere made by
Henry and company," stated Lieut.
George C. Mullen last night. "The
Ann. Arbor firm merely acted as the
agents for Mandel Brothers of Chica-
go, and 'are not in any way respons-
ible for the fit of the suits."
Music by Jerome Kern
Book by Harry
-- with -
'And the very,
in the wor
All cadets who have not attended
their absence records must tend
this matter immediately in order
get credit for the first semester's