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March 19, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-03-19

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sation. As a whole the show, accord-
ing to the opinion of the critic, was the
best given at the Majestic this year,
and before the season is closed, it will
probably be ranked as one of the clev-
erest productions shown at this the-
ater.

AT THE ARCADE

Today the Arca
return engagemen
edy drama "The C:
uring May Marsh.
of the hungry yot
human one, and T2
leading male role
is full of surprise
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CINDERELLA MAN," AT THE ARCADE TODAY

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CITY NEWS

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The county court house no longer
is the foundation of a ragged old flag,
but in its place there will be replaced

' Made

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"The Passing Show of
the Garrick.
Gus Hill's Minstrels
Whitney tomorrow.

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new one, as directed by Alderman
orge Lutz of the Seventh ward. It
s merely the result of Mr. Lutz see-
; this well worn flag floating in the
3eze on the top of the old flag pole.
y Clerk Reynolds at once offered to
in the county a good flag, but it was
.d that the county is well able to
rchase a new one. At' present
are is no flag to be seen, but it is
ped that action will be taken soon
the purchase of a new one.

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* Whitney-"Mary's Ankle."

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Majestic - "The
Girl."
Orpheum-Sessue
"Hashifaure Togo."
"The Eagle's Eye."

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and EVE.
CATCHY TUNES

As a result of the informal gather-
ings of relatives and friends of the
men composing the old company I, a
new organization of patriotic women
is to be formed. The service flag in
their honor has been completed, and
it has been decided that they continue
monthly meetings in the interest of
the absent men until the close of the
war. The women have decided to un-
furl the service flag. Easter Sunday
with appropriate service at the army.
John H. Monahan, commonly known
as "Jay" Monahan, of Ann Arbor, was
killed in a motorcycle accident at
Camp Custer Sunday, according to
word received yesterday. Monahan
was one of the first men to leave Ann
Arbor for Camp Custer and was a
member of the supply company. While
driving back to camp accompanied by
the captain and the lieutenant of his
company, there was a collision with
fatal result to the driver. Letters
received by his friends contained in-
formation that Monahan was to come
home on a furlough soon.
There have been several changes
made in the nominations of the Rep-
ublicans for supervisors and alder-
men in the different wards, as cer-
tified to the city clerk by the city
committee.
. Coal is coming into Ann Arbor in
large quantities now, and there is no
fear by the dealers in securing enough
to supply the demands of the people.
County Fuel Administrator J. E. Beal
said that there is a decided relief in
all departments of the coal trade. Old:
orders for coal that were applied for
even last December are being filled
without receivIng any consideration.

* Wuerth - lupert Julan
* "Mother O'Mine." Also Come
* and Weekly.
* Arcade - Mae Marsh in "'T
* Cinderella Man." Also Pal
* News.
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Rae - Evelyn Nesbit Thaw in
"Redemption."

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AT THE WHITNEY

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Just because a number of young men
are financially embarrased and are
seeking a new way to secure funds,
a girl who has sprained her ankle
and is unable to escape is dragged into
a mock marriage and unusual com-
plications result. The part of 'Mary,
the girl, is well handled by Miss Win-
ifred St. Claire and the leading male
roles are in the hands of William
Karl Hackett and John McKenna.
The play comes to Ann Arbor after
a successful run in Chicago and in
the larger cities of the East. May
Tully is the author of the piece and it
is produced by A. H. Wood.
"Indiscribably funny," is the way
the press agent describes Gus Hill's
Big-Ministrel show which will appear
at the Whitney tomorrow , night.
George Wilson, playing the leading
role has just completed an engage-
ment of 50 weeks at the New .York
Hippodrome. The list of song hits
includes "Waltz Me Again," "When
the Boys Come Marching Home," "I'm
Going to Take the Germ Out of Ger-
many," and a number of others. One
of the most interesting numbers is
the one entitled "Songs of Other
Days," in which the entire company
takes part.
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this time,

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