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MEN TO BUILD SHIPS

OM "COME C JT OF THE
V" AT THE WHITNEY,
ROW NIGHT.
s Speaks on World in War
rend Lloyd C. Douglas will
rth and last bf a series of
the world in the war ar-
hie Women's league and the
Y. W. C. A. at 4:15 o'clock
:arch 12 in Sarah Caswell
. His topic is to be "Re-
ie World Today."
)eclusion of the program tea
rved to the committee of
'were influential in making
es a success.
XIII Pay Five Per Cent
>n, March 9.-Official an-
s indicate that the Allies
e per cent interest on all
coney. The interest for-
four and one-half per cent.
se was due to the fact that
it cost the United States
rrow money from individ-
was returned from the
ed to the Allies.
I find what you want
Daily want ads.--Adv.

PROF. M3cKliBEN rTOURS COUNTRY
TO SECURE STUDENTS FOR
SERVICE
Bethlehem, Pa., March 9.----Prof. F
P. McKibbeu, head of the civil engine
eering department of Lehigh univer-
sity, and at present a representative of
the United States emergency fleet cor-
poration, has just returned from an
8,000 mile trip extending to the Pacific
coast. This is the second phase of his
campaign to interest college students
in shipyard work both for the summer
period and for employment after grad-
uation.
Since January 1, Prof. McKibben has
given about sixty talks at institutions
in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, "West
Virginia, and California. As one de-
finite result some 1,200 students have
already enrolled for summer and post-
graduation service.
Lectures at California Colleges
While in California, Professor Mc-
Kibben lectured at the University of
California, Berkeley; the Leland
Stanford Jr., university, Palo Alto; the
University of Southern California, Los
Angeles; Throop College of Technol-
ogy, Pasadena; the Pasadena high
school, and the Engineers' club in Los
Angeles. Upon invitation of Dr. J. A.
B. Scherer, president of Throop Col-
lege of Technology, Prof. McKibben
gave two weeks to a series of 24 lec-
tures before the entire student body
at Throop, presenting in concentrated
'form the course in shipbuilding and
ocean transportation now taken by
senior students in civil engineering at
Lehigh.
Prof. McKibben will start in a few
days on a third series of college lec-
tures, including fourteen institutions
in New York state, followed by visits
to colleges in Virgin, West Virginia,
North Carolina and South Carolina.
U. S. Wants 200,000 Men
The appeal of the United States
shipping board is for 200,000 men to
help win the war by work in ship-
yards and ship terminals,-technical
men, artisans and laborers. "The gov-
ernment does not want to take work-
ers from munitions plants," Professor
McKibben states, "none, in fact, from
essential occupations and places.
Others who can serve best in the ship-
yards are wanted. That is why the
government is encouraging study of
shipbuilding, ship transportation, for-
eign exchange and all subjects related
to shipping and building. Appeals are
mage to college juniors and seniors to
enlist for shipyard employment when
they have finished college. Many are
enrolling for work during the sum-
mer vacation and this includes instruc-
tors as well as students."
* * * * * * * * * * * * *

AT THE WHITNEYAP
Henr y I Miller, long recognized as flU U IIUl L UI lE
one of the most artistic stage direct-
ors of his- day, took especial pais i!EAIQUA RtERS COMPANY WINS
in producing "Come Out of the Kitch- IN CADET 'TC1 COMPETITION
en," in which Ruth Chatterton ap-
pears, to preserve the southern atmo- (Continued frompage 3.)
sphere and surroundings. Real wall-' pg .
spheecoersurrundigsand 1 1st), third; time, r 4-5. Second heat,
paper covers the walls, and real potsiO hr;tm,5 -.Scn et
and pans hang on the walls of the Wicks (M, 1st), first; Pentecost (M,
spotless kitchen. One whole act is' 2nd), second; Burkholder (I-lrd),
played out in this same kitchen, where: third; time, 5 4-5. Final heat, Kei-
pretty Jane Elle cooked the food that danz (C, 2nd), first; Wicks (M, 1st),
charmed her northernytenant. Mrs. second; Pentecost (M. 2nd), third;
Charles G. Craig plays the partd Pnecso(1C,2d)fhid
"Amanda,' 'the lovable-old black mam- Pate (Hdq.), fourth; Burkholder
my, Ruth Chatterton appears as June1 (Hdq.), fifth; time 5 3-5.
Ellen, and Bruce McRae takes the role 60-yard low hurdles. Final heat,
of Burton Crane, the northern y.ro, Pate (lldq.), first; Barringer (A, 1st),
of the play. second; Pentecost (M, 2nd), thir'd;
AT THE 3IAJESTIC Later (Hdq.), fourth; Price (I. 1st),
fifth; time 7 2-5.
,,440-yard dash. Final heat, Burk-
"Flirting with Fate," sounds like 40yr ah ia et uk
Douglas Fairbanks. Fate,'however, holder (Hdq.), first; Ioughton (Hdq.),
has no meaning to him, for as they 'second; Ferencz (C, 1st), third; Cuth-

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MADGE KENNEDY, IN "OUR LIT-
TLE WIFE" AT THE ARCADE.
MARCHI 21 AND 22.
nue. Mr. Sachs was to have de
livered his lecture last Sunday, but
was prevented from doing so because
a large delegation of the members at-
tended a meeting of the Detroit so-
ciety
After tonight's lecture a short bus-
iness meting will be held to discuss
plans for the remainder of this se-
mester.

h---- -- -- --

225 E. Liberty-

Phone 1

GOOOHEI FLORA .

Shows at 3 ,7 and 8:30 Eastern Tim
rsc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Mon-i i-Effii Shannon in "ier Boy"
and I r "cxComedy," 11 First Love.
lncs-T ed 'r3-Clara limiball Young
in "Shirley KaYe, and fTtes) Pathe
News ( )'Mutt & ef Cartoon,
"Mud Bath ec.
'l'h'ir-l ri-i_;-, 101111 ifDarrvfmore in
Raffles''Mu IdlChiitieC (omedy, "Bei-
"Wakes Up." 2oc.
i 6 ,Brockwell in "For I,-it
r, and Christie Comedy, "Loca
Colo.

Flowers
Plants
Ferns

Baskets
Corsages
Decorations

say "he who flirts cares not." Doug-
las Fairbanks .will be the villian and
"Flirting with Fate" will be the pic-
tures of his escapades which will be
shown at the Majestic theater this
afternoon and evening.
Western photoplays may be a trifle
old-fashioned but Douglas Fairbanks
has been.the rejuvenator of the once
popular western drama.,

bert (C, 2nd), fourth; Gogulski (C,
1st), fifth; time 55 3-5.
880-yard run. Final heat, Donovan
(D, 2nd), first; Larson (C, 2nd), sec-
ond; Wilson (L. 1st), third; Moulton
(C, 2nd), fourth; Kirkpatrick (B, 2nd),
fifth; time 2:11 1-5.
Mile run. Final heat, Earle (Hdq.),
first; Shimmell (I, 2nd), second; Volk
(D, 1st), and Fitzpatrick (D, 2nd), tied
for third; Weaver (C, 2nd), fifth; time
5:6 1-5.

AT THE ARCADE

W HITNEY T ATRE
Monday, March 11th
From the 32 Weeks Engagement in New York
Henry Miller presents

' High jump.
first; Pentecost
Sl.nau-ht pr (HAndl

Barringer (A, 1st),
(M, 2nd), second;
), third; Price (I,L 1st),

Tomorrow, the Arcade will sh

"Her Boy," featuring Effie Shannon
and Niles Welch. "1TerBoy"; deals
with the question of conscription in
the United _States.
thWelch wishes to enlist but his
mother, played by Miss Shannon, ob-
jects. His sweetheatr, however, urges
him on in his intention. The means
the mother adopts to. keep her boyt
from being drafted, and his later en-
listment and reunion with his mother,
make a forceful and timely drama.

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and Later (Hdq.), tied for fourth;
height 5 feet, 7 inches.
Shot put. Williams (C, 2nd), first;
Barringer (A, 1st), second;' Cudlip (M,
-1st), third; Wicks (M. 1st, fourth;
Donovan (D, 2nd, fifth.-
Relay. Semi-finals. Headquarters
defeated Co. A, 1st; time 1:40 3-5. Co.
C, 2nd, defeated Co. M, 1st; time 1:41
14-5. Final. Co. C, 2nd, (Gaeger,
Cuthbert, Petty, Larson, Keidanz), de-
feated Headquarters (Houghton, Later,
Swift, Pate Burkholder); time 1:39
14-5.
JEWISH STUDENTS TO HEAR
LECTURR ON MAIMONIDES
Mr. H. Sachs of Detroit, will deliv-
er his second lecture on Maimonides
to the Jewish Students' society at a
meeting to be held at 7 o'clock to-
night at -1115 South University ave-

RUTH

CHATTERTON
with BRUCE McRAE
and the original company in
the delightful comedy by A. E. Thomas

a the Daily will:
-Adv.

set

Senior Laws Elected to Order of Cof
Order of Coif, senior law honor so-
ciety, elected the following senior laws
to membership yesterday: Raymond A.
Fox, Alonzo C. Ruihley, William W.
Visscker, Arthur Bohn, and Lucius
C. Boltwood.
You will always find bargains in
Daily advertisements. Read them.

FRE

In]

Eves. 50C to
$2.50. Sat. Mat.
50c to $2.00

R I
GARRICK
DUE TR I aT

Pop.Mats Wed
and Fri.. 50c
to $1.50
Seats Now

ART

Triangle. Players in

New York Winter Garden Revue

LEARNING
/T FENTON"

OF

id Western
Comedy,
ant Peace."

Picture
"When

Passing

Come Out of the Kitchen
PRICES: 75c to $2.00
SEAT SALE FRIDAY, MARCH 8th, AT 1 P. M.
TODAY and MONDAY
-DObLAS l'FAIRBANKS
-thought there was nothing to live for when the girli he wanted to
marry became engaged to another man. So he hired a professiona
assassin to end it all-in
wth Fatem
But when the girl changed her mind Fairbanks dared not go near
enough to the assassin to tell him of his desire for life.
SHOWS PRICES
Matinee at..............3:00 Children..........10
Night at .............7:00, 8:30 Adults ............... ......15
Eastern Time Not including tax

NG Tomorrow &
-Wonderful Pat-
ire you have heard

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.

AT THE THEATERS

*

"The Passing Show of 1917," at
* the Garrick.

*

41

Show

AFT 258"

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

withl

* tomorrow night.

BEL TALIFERO
ie Metro All Star Cast
is is the greatest picture
present war ever made.
ces the same.
)Ws continuous from 2
standard. Extra music

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TODAY

Majestic-Douglas Fairbanks
"Flirting with Fate."

in

Wuerth-Douglas Fairbanks in
"A Modern Musketeer." - Also
Keystone comedy, "His Punctured
Reputation."

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of

1917

i

World's Greatest Cast of Stars and Beauties!1

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h Theatre
eeS-:00,3 30
-6:30, 8:00, 9:30
hone-x 6o-J
nees i5c; Evenings 2oc
Pay the Tax
GS FOR MARCH
Douglas Fairbanks in
Musketeer." Also Key-
y, "Hlis Purichured Rep.

* Orpheum - Olivia Thomas in
* Limousine Life." Also comedy,
* "Airing Their Troubles."

ied

z-i "-Dor

othy Phillips in
Comedy.
iy Ward in "On the
ick Service Comedy,
Fischer in "Jilted
medv and Weekly.
thy Dalton in "The
Lso Keystone Coin
id Dangers."

Th~

* * * * * , . . * * * *
. AT THE GARRICK
With a large cast of popular com-
edians, elaborate scenery, and the us-
ual type of pretty girl, "The Passing
Show of 1917" comes to the Garrick
theater, Detroit, for a two weeks'
engagement, beginning today. This is
the sixth of the New York Winter
Garden productions of this kind and
it is staged and dii'ected by J. C. Huff-
man, under the supervision of J. J.
Shubert.
Two surprising stage spectacles
are a representation of the Yale bowl
during the progress of a Yale-Har-
vard football. game with 70,000 spect-
ators, and a patriotic pageant, "Ring
Out Liberty."
The cast contains the following well
known names: De Wolf Hopper, Irene
Franklin, Burton Green, Charles Sale,
Mildred Elaine, Betty Touraine, Mae
Macdermott, Bess Hoban, and half a
hundred chorus girls.

AJESTIC

Special Engagement of Tx
Days, starting Tuesday M
March 12

1

.THE

BLACK

STORK'

rel

THAT SENSATIONAL PHOTOPLAY

Featuring Dr. Harry Halselden, the noted Chicago Surgeon,
who believes In allowing defective children to die.
Also W. C. BETTIS will give an Illustrated Lecture on Eugenics

:.30

SHOWS:

Mat. and Wed. Mat.

- for Ladies
Men and Women

PRICES:
All Seats

Tuesday Night
Wednesday Night

15c

A

MEN ONLY,

2c

War

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