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THE M.

THE CHIGAN )LY

DAILY

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engaged
to speak,
eorgan-
'ii 1. Mr.
'5 most

noteworthy authorities on the food
conservation and he -will probably
speak on some phase of that .question.
You will always find bargains in
Daly advertisements. Read them.

'9;

AII-'Round
i "s Drink..

MAJESTIC
TODAY
TAYLOR HOLMES
in
"RUGGLES OF RED
GAP"
The Aumusing Story of an
English Valet in
Arizona.
SH{it}WS -43, 7, 8:30) - SHOWS
Eastern Time
No War Tax.
PRICES -20e-20 c - PRICES
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
GOODIEW FLORAL O.
Flowers Baskets
Plants Corsage*
Ferns Deoration.

Eves. 50c to 'A R RIC Pop. Mats.XWed
$2.50. Sat. Mt "'' and Sat, 50c
Scto $2.00aEROT $2.00
New York Winter Garden Revue
PASING SHOWT OF 1911
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WuerthTheatre
""Mtne--20,33 Evenings-6:3a, 8:00, 9:30
Phone --6o-J
Prices:-Matinees 75c; Evenings 20C _
We Payr the Tax┬░
= BOOKINGS FOR MARCH
q~Thur-I'ri-14.x s-fanny Ward in "On thea
Level." Also Mack Service Comedy,
,r "ller Romeo.",,
Sat- I6-Margarite Fischer in "Jilted-
Z Janet." Also Comedy anid Weekly.
Sun-M-r -7-1S-Dorothy Dalton in "The
: . Price Marl.." Also Keystone Corn.-
"" edy, "Dimples and Dangers."
1'ues - wed .- O- -Rupert Julian in
= "Mother 0' -Mine." Also Comedyv
.: and Weekly.
'l'hur --Vri-2i 2-Jack Pickford in "Tom -=
"" Sariyer." Also Mack Semiet Com~-
aed, "Pullman Bride."
aOrphleumTheatre
aMatinees-2:oo, 3:30-
a Evenings-6:3o, 8 :oo, 9:30
Phon0fe-16o-J ,-
Prices:a
a Mat. roc; Eve. i~c; Children 5c a
a PNo Tax
a BOOKINGS FOR MAtRC.H
T ihur-V'ri-14-5-J. Bre Sherry inr.
aReal Folks." Also Comedy, "A Game
a* Gambler."a
aSat-1 6-Louise Lovely in "Sirens of the
Sea." In Six Parts. (Ret.)a
aE Sutn-Mon-r7-i8-NWm. Desmond in "Cap.-
tain of His Soul." Also Comedy,
1a "His.Soul." Also Comedy, "His Ninea
Lives."-
rTues-ig-Sessile I~ayakawa in "H-ashi-
- ntura 'logo." (Ret.) Also Serial, "The
a Eagle's Eye." No. 2.
.i W14ed 2o-Vivian Martin in "Little Miss
Optimist." (Ret.) Also Serial, "Trhe
Eaglc's Fye." No. 2. .

a .drink

i ent must have the
that tasrtes good and
tierrs toned up.
is gust that. It is
Lu.g and refreshing-
'Lla3choic. cereals
-.-_orted Szer hops
al.- it--a otrictly soft
-pasteurized and lher-
ily patent - crowned.
:t contam:ination.
I at first-class resta."-
hotol1, cafes and
F.actu re'd nod ottlad
e:_ciuiv'Ay by

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UNITERSITYPRFE SR
TO TTEND TCONVENTION
PROF. C. O. DAVIS WILL SPEAK
AT MEETING IN CHIi-
CAGO
Three University professors are ex-;
pected to attend the 23rd annual con-
vention of the North Central associa-.
Lion of college and secondary schools.
to be held at Chicago. March 18 to
23. They are Prof.. Fred N. Scott,
of the. rhetoric department and .Profs.
C. 0. Davis and James B. Edmunson
of the department of education.
The late Dr. James B. Angell was
the first chairman of the association
when it was founded in Ann Arbor 23
yeas ago. Prof. C. 0. Davis is the
present secretary of the commission
on public schools and Professor Scott
is a member of the executive com-
mittee.
Prof.: C. 0. Davis is scheduled to
speak at the conference March 16, on
"Accredited Secondary Schools." Dr.
A. F. West, dean of the graduate
school of the University of Chicago,
Prof. F. S. Breed of the University of
Chicago and Prof. C. H. Moore of Har-
vard, will also speak. Military train-
ing, now and after the war, will be
f discussed by both Col. E. Y. Burton
and Frank P. R.' Van Syckel, head-
masters of the Missouri military acad-
emy and the Columbus academy re-
spectively.
The purpose of the association is to
establish closer relations'I between
secondary schools and institutions of
higher learning within the North C en-
tral states, and includes 22 of them.
One of the functions; is to accredit
institutes of higher education and sec-
ondary schools. Last year 150 of the
former and 1,165 of the later were on
the admitted list. Of these, Michigan
::a3s 12 universities and colleges and
119 secondary schools. The North
Central association is th~e most gener-
ally recognized standardizing educa-
tional agency in the northwest.
PEA'N COOLEY, WILL APPRESS
ENGINEERS AT BIG SMIOKERI

AT THE WHITNEY, THIS WEEK.
Beath, '19E, is said to have some or-
iginal stunts up his sleeve in the way
of entertainment for the engineers.
From the sale of tickets which
opened yesterday morning, an un-
usually large attendance is expected.

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

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"Let's Go!" Union opera, at lti ~
Whitney tonight, and tomorrow ,4
matinee and night.*

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WHITNEY THEATRE
Monday, March 18

TODAY

*I

Majestic -- Taylor 1 lolmes
"Ruggles of Red Gap."

in

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AT THE THEATERS

Wuerth- Fanny Ward
the Level." Also Mack
Comedy, "Her Romeo."

in, "On
SerY"ice

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Orpheum-J. Barneyl Sherry
"Real Folks."' Also Comedy,
Game Gambler."

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-r- OMEQY OT F"a.THE.f* DA N'

Arcade -- John Barrymore in
"Raffles." Also Christie Comedy,
"Betty Wakes Up."

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Mar.
21
22

HISS GROSVENOR EXPLAINS
SOCIAL .SERVICE TO WOME:

d~ ear
ENTIRE ISEASON ~
PoW~E R:P, Te.ITPi
C HiICAGO.

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Miss Mary Grosvenor of Detroit,
talked on, social work in department
stores as an oc ppation for college
graduates at a tea yesterday afternoon
at Newberry residence. Miss Gros-
venor spoke of the, useful service a
social director can render salesgirls.
The latter are taught the elemntary
branches : grammar, arithmetic, etc.,
and also the art of selling. Trained
women, preferably college graduates,
are desired to conduct the work with
the girls, Miss Grosvenor pointed out
that this is only one of the many
branches now open to women because
of the wvar.

Lower Floor
Balcony

75C 41.00

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SEAT SALE FRIDAY MARCH 15

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WHITNEY THEATRE
One Night Only
Tuesday, March19.
SEATS ON SALE SATURDtAY

TWICE DAILY: 3:00, 8 :15 P. If,--Eas tern Time
PRICES :-24c, 35ic, 50c, 75c

RESHRVED

iSALE TOM'ORROW

WILLIAM FOX Presents
THE FAMOUS, ALUTRING SCREEN SIREN

it

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BARA

oopatra

Dean Mortimer E. Cooley of the en-
gineering college will address the All-
Engineering, smoker to be held on
the night of Thursday March 21, at
the Union.
A jazz orchestra will supply the mu-
sic during the evening under the di-
rection of Phil Carroll, '18E. W. P.
MAJEST IC'
COMING
Monday, March 18
;k "THDE
TICK TOCK GIRL"
A Big Musical Shovw With
PRETTY GIRLS
SEATS ON SALE SATURDAY

M AT tRTISTS OPEN SEASON TO.
MORROW; 25 MEN PARTICIPATE
T(Continued from Page Three).
Tarbll, W. C. Hicks, L. Packard, J.
C. McClure, R. L. Stuart.
Welterweight division, 135-145: H.
Mv. Nowlen, J. E. Whitton, W. J. Dav-
ies, F. C. Carl, R. H. Jones, M'. H.
Ayers, A. W. Grant.
Middleweight division, under 158:'H.
M. Nowlen, W. Schmidt, F. Andrus, R.
Ii.Jones, J. E. Whitton, E. M, Clif-
ford, L. L. Pollock.
Heavyweight division, over 158: E.
F. Lewis, G. D. Culver, F'. J. Anderson,,
L. Crane.

"Mary's

With

AI.. .WOOD'S FARCE COMEDY SEN SATION
the original _east and magnificent production, precisely as gi
all last season at Biijou Theatre, New York

Ankle"

By May Tully

Dodge and -Castle Scenic Splendors

!

A THEDA BARAL SUPERPRODUCGTION

SOMMOOMWAMM
mmmmmmm

Spectacle of Staggering -Nagnitude wich h as
ghted Atnd Thrilled Countless Thousands

THE SEASO-'S SENSATIONAL SUCCESS

Rae Theatre-

TO-DAY

Thursday
March 21

Friday
22

Saturday
23

Positively the, original production that has interpreted this (lelie
farce comedy in New York, Philadelphia, Chieago,
Bostong,XCleveland and Pittsburgh, with
M iss Wi"nifred St.Cu"ail
AS

DID
ANTONY
REFUSE
TO
LEAVE
EGYPT
A D
SACRIFICE
HIS LIFE

"CLEO PATRA"'

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ARCAD'E
Shows at 3. 7z and 8:;30 Eastern Time
155 Unless Otherwise gpecified.
Tlhur-Fri-i 4-1 s-John Barrymore in
Raffles" and Christie Comedy,="Bet-
ty Wakes Up." 20c.
Sat-i16-Gladys Brockwell in, "For- Lib-
erty" and Chiristie Comnedy,, "Local
Color."
Mon-i&-Francis X. Bushman and Bev'-
erly Bayne in "Under Suspicion"
and Drew Comedy, "Under the In-

SOME SHOW
WILLIAM RUSSELL
The Fighting Star hI
"SNAP JUDGMENT"
-"Also -
PEARL WHITE
"THE FATAL RING"
-Also--
HELEN HOL MES.
In"LOST EXPRESS"
SEE IT AT THE RAE
Thle Little Theatre with a
BIG SHOW
Prices Alw;ays thel Sae

.Each season has one big farce
comedy that towers above all oth-
ers and 'now it is "Mary's Ankle."
-N. Y. Times.
The best in years. You will be
doing yourself an injustice if you
do not see "Mary's Ankle."-N.
Y. Tribune.

A. H. Woods never inve
large sums of money more ai
tically. ."Mary's Ankle" is
sweep after another of lovely
prises.-Chicago American.
We waited long for glor:
"Mary's Ankle," but it ws
worth waiting for. It is sin
delightful.--Chicago'News.

EAST AND WVEST OF ONE O I'ION

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MARY

New York

Chicago

PATRONS ARE ADVISED TO SECURE

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