THE MICHIGAN DAILY
-tomorrow afternoon in the gymna-
MILITARY NEW S First regiment: Companies A and
B, relay racing; companies C and D,
a pattern NOW and give us a
e to make it up before the BIG
JITNEY TH EATRE
M. R. WILLIAMS, Manager
Monday, March 11h
the 32 Weeks Engagement in New York
Cadets must have all absences made
up by March 9 in order to obtain credit
for one semester's military training,f
according to information issued by#
the R. 0. T. C. office last night. No
extension of time will be granted.
Two assignments of study will be
distributed to the cadets in the ad-
vance classes during the week, mak-
ing regular attendance necessary. The
second advance class will be held
from 7 to 8 o'clock tomorrow night in
Company L, First regiment, will
send its basketball team against com-
pany I, Second regiment at 8 o'clock
tomorrow night, court 4 in Waterman
gymnasium. The headquarters com-
pany will play company M, Second
regiment on court 1 at 8 o'clock to-
morrow night. The winners of to-
morrow night's games will play at 8
'o'clock Tuesday night. The winning
teams of Tuesday's game will play ei-
ther company A, First regiment, or
company C, Second regiment. On
Saturday night, the preliminary game
to the 0. S. U.-Michigan contest, the
championship team of the R. 0. T. C.
will be played.
A number of special R. 0. T. C. or-
ders will be issued during the semes-
ter, and the military authorities sug-
gest that the cadets clip the orders
from this column and keep a complete
personal file. The first two orders
can be procured by applying at The
Private Ronald A. Butler, Head-
quarters company, R. 0. T. C., is here-
by transferred to the First regiment,
R. 0. T. C., and is assigned to duty as
acting sergeant-major of that regi-
ment. He will report to the adjutant,
R. 0. T. C., for duty.
Private Joseph Wilmer Planck, com-
pany M, first regiment, R. 0. T. C., is
hereby transferred to the Second regi-
ment, R. 0. T. C., and assigned to
duty as acting sergeant-major of that
.regiment. He will report to the adju-
tant, R. 0. T. C., for duty.
LIEUT. G. C. MULLEN,
L. J. WILLIAMS, Adjt.
Freshmen cannot receive permanent
positions as officers in the R. 0. T. C.,
according to a statement issued by the
military officials, but they may hold
the temporary positions as long as
they show ability to hold them.
Dr. George A. May, director of Wat-
erman gymnasium, will hold the fol-
lowing contests for the First battalion
of the First regiment at 4:15 o'clock
rope climbing for time, standing broad
jump. The contests will be reversed
after the first half hour. All extra
companies will appear on the gym-
nasium floor at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday
L'EOPLE DO NOT REALIZE
NECESSITY FOR SAVING FOOD
Food Spoiling in Pacific Coast Cities
Because of Unwise Man-
"People don't see the need of saving
food," said Franklin W. Fort, repre-
sentative of Food Administrator Hoov-
"One great trouble with the food
conservation movement is the failure
to state the saving to be accomplished,
in an actual concrete form. Some
parts of the country are doing more
than they are being asked," he said,
"with the result that on the Pacific
coast, the amount of meat in the
storage houses has become so large
that it has begun to spoil."
In regard to the Michigan adminis-
tration, Mr. Fort said that the whole
organization, both state officers and
county officials seem thoroughly
awake. The government heads are ex-
pecting that the results will be bigger
than ever before.
Gasoline 23c,.Polarine 68c. etaebler
& Co., 117 S. Ashley St.-Adv.
Buy your aln| clocks at . L
Chapman's. Jewe.er. 119, 8, Main.
U. of M. Jewelry. J. i.. Chapman's
i Ine place. 113 8S. Main.-Adv.
Shows at 3. 7 and 8:30 Eastern Time
isc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Mon-.ila Dana in "The Winding
d Drew comedy. "Why Henry
Tues-Wed-S-6-Alice Brady in Her Sil-
a ifice" and (Tue.) Pathe News,
(Wd)Mutt & Jeff Cartoon "What
Shl eName It?"
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"EAS Y M-ONEY"
TAKEN FROM TUiE STORY BY P. . WODEHOUSE in
THE SATU~RDAY EVENING POST
SHOWS 3:00, .7:00, 8:30 SHOWS
PRICE 1.e 2c Tax 2c 15e PRICE
225 E. Liberty.
THE BIG GIRL SHOW
25C to $1.00
Pop. Mats Wed
and. Sat.. 25c
Elizabeth Marbury and Lee Shubert
original company in
Ihtful comedy by A. E. Thomas
me Out of the Kitchen
The Snappiest of Musical Comedies
PRICES: 75c to $1.00
Wm. S. Hart
AT'S GOING ON
lock - Dean E. H. Kraus
t Methodist church on "Com-
and Industrial Leadership."
>ck-All-campus sing at the
ck-Bible class meets at 444
'clock-Dean W. B. Hinsdale
,t the Congregational church
Social Effects of Sin."
'clock - Rev. C. B. Harris
o Young Peoples' society at
3k-Jewish Student congrega-
ts at 444 South State street.
ek - Jewish Student society
705 South Thayer street.
'clock-President C. W. Flint
11 college (Iowa), speaks at
iodist church on "Finding
ck-Menorah society meets at'
h State street.
State Restricts Sale of Flour
With every sale of flour there must
be 50 per cent substitutes beginning
'March_, according to a telegram re-
'ceived by County Food Administrator
A. D. Groves from State Administrator
Prescott yesterday. Potatoes will be
considered a substitute on the basis
of 4 pounds to a pound of other sub-
stitutes. Notifications were sent to
all local dealers yesterday and all
violations of the order will result in
the revoking of the dealer's license.
With GEORGE HASSELL
Tie Triangle Masterpiece
"THE APOSTLE OF VENGEANCE"
A Western Picture in
6 - BIG PARTS - 6
Also CHARLIE CHAPLIN
And, Oh! Such Girls!
39 Weeks in N. Y.--3 --Months in Boston
SEATS -NOW SELLING
See it at THE RAE'
ock- Lenten services
enings-6:30, 8:00, 9:30
-Matinees isc; Evenings 2oc
We Pay the Tax
'OKINGS FOR MARCH
1-3-4-Elsie Ferguson in "The
f Jennie Cushing." Also "Blood
lunder," Keystone Comedy.
°-5-6.Elaine Hammerstein and;
d Lucas in "The Co-Respond-
In Six Parts.
-7-8-Vivian Martin in "Molly
glei." Also 'Mack Service "Bed
n Murdock in "The Imposter."
Weekly and Comedys.
o-ioi-Douglas Fairbanks in
odern Musketeer." Also, Key-
Comedy, "His Punchured Rep-
Three Days of Fun
- M AStarting Monday =
. Night, March 4th
20 GIRLS 20 GIRLS I
N. S. WOODS presents
: "THE MIMIC WORLD"
I F(of Felix and Claire)
20 GIRLS 20 GIRLS
- 15 SONG HITS 15 SONG HITS
Positively the Biggest SHOWS: Prices:
and Best Girl Show 3:00 7:30 9:00 Matinees - 1Oc, 20c -
rin m: f -a UT*r-.,.e A £ . n . i
o, 8:00, 9:30
5c; Children 5c
that has been seen at
the Majestic in years
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Nights: Mon.-Tue -Wed.
War Tax not included