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Coice Bits ;From
College Exchanges'
"Camion Letters}" is the title of a
book recently published, which is corn-
posed of letters of Cornell men who
have gone to France with the Cornell
ambulance section. Prof. M. W. Samp-
son of the department of English,
compiled the volume which has re-
ceived faovrable comment from the
New York press.

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AT THE MAJESTIC, TUES., WED., MARCH 12 AND 13

ENGINEERS COMPLETE
RESERVE CORPS ENLISTMENT
ore than 135 engineering students
e completed enlistment in the en-
eers' reserve corps, according to
res from the office of Secretary
kins. The following men have
pleted enlistment since the last
was published: R. W. Barnard,
d., A. S. Brock, P. Carroll, '18E,
. Choy, '18E, R. A. Cole, '18E, W. J.
rad, '20E, H. J. L. Cotton, '20E,
L Dahlistrom, '19E, R.- A. Dodge,
3., R. C. 'Eastman, J. L. Eva'rts, '21E,
. Fahlman, '18E, E. J. Fettig, '18E,
a. Fong, '18E, G. W. Francis, '20E,
Gay, '18E, H. Gray,'19E, J. C. God-
ne, '21E, W. Gross, '18E, G. W. He-
'18E, I. N. Hitchcock, '19E, C. F.
trup, '19E, E. R. Kendall, '18E, Kin-
ey,. '18E, J. Klein, '18E, H. C.
pft, R. G. Larke, '18E, S. C. Lew-.

andorf, '19E, G. R. Long, '18E, J. T.
Loery, '19E, J. R. McWilliams, '19E, E.
R. Martin, grad.. W. S. Morehouse,
'21E, R. A. Munro, '19E, E. C. Neff,
'20E, C. M. Norton, '19E, A. C. Panfil,
'18E, G. Prenner, '18E, L. T. Ray, '18E,
Robinson, '18E, L. Sayner, '19E,
Shurtleff, '20E, H. W. Slack, '19E, W. J.
Vandermeulen, '18E. A. B. Wareham,
'20E, R. B. Werey, '21E, H. M. Cherry,
'18E, H. O. Fullerton, E. P. Backstrom,
'18E, H. R. Marson, '1$E, W. F. Zingg,
'19E, C. L. Wright, '18E, C. H. Ruch,
'18E, S. T. Mills, spec., H. Logan, '20E,
and R. C. Corlett, '18E.

Further teaching of German in the
University of South Dakota has been
tabooed by the State Council of De-
fense at a recent meeting held- at
Sioux Falls. As far as is known, this
is the first action of this sort which
has been taken in any state.
Sixty-five students have completed
the course in agricultural given at
LaFayette. Since the course was be-
gun, eight weeks ago, several have
had to discontinue it on account of an
epidemic of measles.
Thirty war orphans are to be sup-
ported for at least one year by stu-
dents of the University of Wisconsin.
The Ohio State Lantern tells us of
a shy co-ed out selling magazines to
people on their way to eight o'clock
classes. "Buy the Sun-Dial to read in
class?" she askes of a man hurrying
by. The sweet appeal in her voice
would have melted the heart of stone
but he only said, "I have all I can do.
to teach my eight o'clock class."
The campus sale of 'Thrift stamps
at the University of California is very
slack, only a little over $50 worth hav-
ing been disposed of so far.
At a meeting of the Home Eco-
nomics club at the University of In-
diana, Miss Sage, head of the sewing
department, gave a talk on the origin
and work of the Red Cross. It was
founded by Henri Dunant of Switzer-
land, at a battle June 24, 1859, be-
tween the French and Italians near
Austria, when Dunant became con-
cerned on account of the neglect of
the wiunded lying all around. He
calld forth women near by and had
the suffering taken into their homes
and this led to the organization which
was formed by the Geneva council
and became firmly established in 1864.
her shining range are actually served
and eaten in the third act.
Miss Chatterton plays the part of
Olivia Daingerfield who becomes Jane
Ellen, the cook; Bruce McRae, ap-
pears as Burton Crane and Mrs.
Charles G. Craig takes the role of
Amanda.

RUTH CHATTERTON IN "COME OUT
OF THE KITCHEN" AT THE;
WHITNEY, MARCH 11.
A want ad in the Daily will sel'
your property.-Adv.
Nights: Orch- i Pop. Mats Wed
entra $1.50&$2 unRICVadSt 5
EalanceHouse n1 Sat, 25c
25c to $1 00 DETROIT $1.00
Elizabeth Marbury and Lee Shubert present
LOVE O' MIKE
With GEORGE HASsELL
THEATRE
TODAY OINLY

ARCADE
Showy at 3. 7 and 8:30 Eastern Time
z5c Unless Otherwise Specified.
Sat-9-Miriam Cooper in "The Honor
System." (Ret.) and Mutt & Jeff
Cartoon, " anningathe Kaiser."
Mon r-Ifiie Shannon in "Her Boy"
Qnd Drew%%Comedy,-"HisFirst Love."
Tues-Wed-1 2-13-Clara Kimball Young
in "Shirley Kaye," and(lr(ues) Pathe
\en,- i(Wed) Mutt k Jeff Cartoon,
"Mud Path." 20c.
1 h r I u.i s-Ii5-john Barrvmore in
Raffles "andlChristie Comedy, "Bet.
ty Wakes Up."
t AHAT
CLEANED AND REBLOCKED
with a new band
LOOKS LIKE NEW
Saves $2.00 or $3.00
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta
Telephone 1792
"Illiflllilll11I1lliilllflllllllllfll
Wuerth Theatre
Matinees-2:oo, 3:30
Evenings-6 :3, 8:0o, 9:30
- Phone-rh6o-J
« Prices:-Matinees 15c; Evenings zoc
= We Pay the Tax
BOOKINGS FOR MARCH
- Sat-9-Ann Murdock in "The Imposter."
Also Weekly and Comedy.
=Sun-AMon- ia-: i -Douglas Fairbanks ir
"A Modern Musketeer" Also Key-
stone Comedy, "His Punchured Rep

Phut r'rri-14-15-1 ai
Level." Also
"H-er Romeo."
Sat- :6-Margarite
Janet." Also (

Orpheum

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AT THE THEATERS

* "Love 0' Mike" at the Garrick.

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A regular Triangle Feature
"FANATICS"
with
BARNEY SHERRY -
Also
1A1-. S. HART
in
"THE BAD MAN"
And one-reel CHAPLN-.
See it at The R"
LComing-"DRAFT 25S"
Prices the same

Mat. bc;
BOOKI
Sat-g-Jack Pi
Comedy, "I
Sun-Mon-Io-I
ousine Life
Their TrousIzMdl
'rues- zada
of the Lan
No. I, "Th
wed-13-Billie
ions Miss TI
No. I, "Th
Thur-Fri-x 4-i5
Real Folks.
Gambler."

so omeS
:ova in.'.

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Ruth Chatterton in "tome Out
of the Kitchen," at the Whitney,
Monday, March 11.
TODAY

* Majestic-William Farnum
* "The Heart of a Lion."

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'hat is Different"

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Wuerth-Ann Murdock in "The
Imposter." Also Weekly and Com-
edy.
Orpheum - Jack Pickford in
"Varmint." Also Comedy, "Nut-
ty Knitters."

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He's Wearing the Blue Shirt Again!

LAST TIME TODAY

AT THE ARCADE

Arcade-Miriam
Honor System."

Cooper in "The
Also Mutt and

a favorite, yet moderate
in price

Jeff Cartoon, "Kanning the Kais-
er.

"The Honor System" with an all
star cast, including Miriam Cooper,
Milton St. Stiles, George Walsh, and
Gladys Brockwell, will be shown at
the Arcade today. It is a romance
built about the prison reform problem,
containing many human and appeal-
ing situations. Miriam Cooper, as the
sheriff's daughter, has one of the best
opportunities every offered. her on the
screen.

The most beloved star of motion pictures is reappearing in one of hi:
famous, favorite roles of the great north woods.
WM. FOX
PRESENTS
WM. FARNUM
IN

* Rae-William S. Hart in
* Lost Card."

"The *
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at the

Hat Shop

AT THE WHITNEY
Even if the seenery in a theatrical
production only makes an impression
on the audience for about two min-
utes, it is the best kind of an impres-
sion that the real honest-to-goodness
kithcen makes in "Come Out of the
Kitchen," which plays at the Whitney
theater Monday night. After the scen-
ery it's the play that counts, and
Ruth Chatteron, a world star, is seen
at her best in this production. The
pretty heroine cooks real food in her
kitchen too, the fried chicken, the
sweet potatoes, and the steaming corn
bread that Ruth Chatterton puts into

THE HEART OF'

117 E. LIBERTY STREET

A B. FOGERTY'S

fi

? estival Tickets

TWILIGHT CONCERT
DELIGHTS HEARERS
An unusually large audience attend-
ed the Twilight faculty concert Thurs-
day afternoon in Hill auditorium given
by the University School of Music.
The program consisted mostly of the
work of German composers. Mr. Sam-
uel P. Lockwood played Mozart's Con-
certo in E flat, with purity of tone and
delicacy of phrasing. Miss Frances
Hamilton ably accompanied him.
Gounod's "O Divine Redeemer" was
sung by Miss Nora Crane Hunt with an
organ and violin obligato accompani-
ment by Mrs. S. M .Stanton and Mr.
Earl V. Moore. Miss Hunt has a pleas-
ing contralto voice of great depth and
richness.
Mr. Albert Lockwood in his render-
ing of "Chacone" by Bach-Busoni and
the "Etudes Symphoniques" of Schu-
mann, displayed marvelous technique.
In the last number he brought out
gre'at contrast in the beautiful pianis-
simo and sparkling staccato passages.
School Men Hold Session at Lansing
East Lansing, Mich., March 8.-
School commissioners from all sec-
tions of Michigan are here in confer-
ence today, trying to devise means of
hooking Michigan's rural schools up
with the great war.
Faculty members from the Agricul-
tural College explained what M. A. C.
is doing in agricultural extension ser
vice. They hope to make arrange-
ments whereby country schools may
enjoy some of the benefits of the cur-
v'n ica i n .

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SHOWS
Matinee at ...............:0
Night at...........7:00, 8:30
Eastern Time

We pay the war tax

Based on Ralph Connor's Novel, "The Doctor"

IWHITNEY THEATRE

Monday, March 1th

PRICE

From the 32 Weeks Engagement in New York
H enry Miller presents

All Seats .................

for Tickets will be filled in advance
in order of receipt:

RUTH

Block "B," $5.50

Block "C," $4.50

CHATTERTON

"Cover-Coupon" is exchanged deduct $3.00)

with BRUCE MoRAE

"A" Hill Auditorium,
ch 9, 8 o'clock, (Eastern Time)

and the original company in
the delightful comedy by A. E.

Come

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