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"WIN THE. WAR" -INKS
LAW SCHOOL RAISES STANDING
TO 80 PER CENT; HOMOEOPSs
LEAD COLLEGES

made the

famous. Five cents each.

I Michigan Chocolates in Yellow

Alpha Chi Omega
sorority has report-
ed that 100 per cent
of its members have
signed the food con-
servation cards in
the campaign being

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versity Ave.

waged by the University health ser-
vice. This is the eighth sorority to
have a perfect record. Eleven frater-
nities had 100 per cent signatures.
The Law school has raised its stand-
ing to 80 per cent, but the Homoeo-
pathic Medical school still leads the
colleges with a record of 96 per cent.
Food conservation menues for next
week are as follows:
londay-Wheatiess
Breakfast - Bananas, cornmeal
mush or puffed rice, barley toast, but-
ter or oleo, coffee or milk.
- Lunch - Fried potatoes, curried
l mutton, vegetable salad, French
dressing, rye muffins, butter or oleo,
prune tapioca, tea or milk.
r Dinner-Baked potatoes, rib roast
of beef gravy, buttered carrots, po-
tato bread, butter or oleo, rice mold,
whipped cream, tea, coffee or milk.
Tuesday-(No Neat Restrictions)
Breakfast - Stewed apricots, ral-,
stons or grapenuts, toast, butter or
oleo, coffee or milk.
f Lunch-Cream of tomato soup, po-
tato cheese cakes, baked beans, cat-
sup, brown bread, butter or oleo, pine-
apple jelly, tea or milk.
Dinner-Mashed potatoes, scallop-
de halibut with peas, lettuce, Prus-
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* AT T HE THEATERS *
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Wednesday-Wheatless
Breakfast Oranges, oatmeal or'
corn flakes, barley toast, butter or
oleo, coffee or milk.
Lunch-Creamed potatoes, corned
beef salad, spinach, corn bread, cara-
mel cornstarch, tea or milk.
Dinner-Baked potatoes, meat loaf,
gravy, parsnips, lemon butter sauce,
rye bread, butter or oleo, ice cream,
chocolate sauce, oatmeal wafers, tea,
coffee or milk.
Thursday
Breakfast-Stewed black figs, hom-
iny or maple flakes, toast, butter or
oleo, coffee or milk.
Lunch-Pea soup, , fried potatoes,
steamed frankfurters, mustard, un-
cooked sauerkraut, barley bread, ban-
ana custard, tea or milk.
Dinner - Mashed potatoes, roast
beef, gravy and Yorkshire pudding,
lettuce with French dressing, bread,
butter or oleo, fruit trifle, tea, coffee
or milk.
Friday
Breakfast-Apple sauce, rolled oats,
oats or puffed corn, toast, butter or
oleo, coffee or milk.
Lunch-Baked Potatoes, creamed
codfish, lettuce with cheese dressing,
bread and butter or oleo, lemon cot-
tage pudding, tea or milk.
Dinner-Scalloped potatoes, broiled
mackerel, butter sauce, creamed as-
paragus, cucumber pickles, corn ponie,'
lemon pie, tea, coffee or milk.
Saturday
Breakfast-Dates, barley grits or,
corn flakes, toast, butter or oleo, cof-
fee or milk.
. Lunch-Bouillion, boiled potatoes,
Swiss steak with onions, peas, bread
and butter or oleo; blanc mange, tea'
or milk:
Dinrner--Baked potatoes, roast mut-
ton, dressing and gravy, string bean
salad, mayonnaise, bread and butter
or oleo, apple dumplings, tea, coffee
or milk,.,
Sunday
Breakfast-Grapefruit, bran griddle
ARCADE
Shows at 3. 7 and 8:30 Eastern Time
150 Unless Otherwise Specified.
Thur-28-Norma Talmadge in "The Se-
cret of the Storm Country" (Ret.),
and Christie Comedy, "Almost Di-
vorced."
Fri-29-Constance Talmadge in "The
Honeymoon" and Christie Comedy.
Sat-3o'Tom Mix in "Cupid's Round-
up" and Christie Comedy, "Those
Wedding Bells."

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DIXON'S
ELD OIAD
'the master drawlq pene
cakes, syrup, toast, butter or
coffee or milk.
Dinner - Mashed potatoes,
chicken, gravy, buttered turnip
cumber salad, French dressing,
butter or oleo, jelly, ginger brea1
ice cream, tea, coffee or milk.
Lunch-Potato salad, barley
fins, honey, lWashington pie,
tea, coffee or. milk.
Nights: Orch- Pop,Ms
etara $1.5u&$2 an. ndS
alanceHouse UDETROIT $1.00
25c to $1.0
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney,
In a Spoken Play
"Keep Her Smiling'

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"Keep
rick.

and Mrs. Sidney Drew in4*
Her Smiling," at the Gar= *'
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AND IN "CHIN-CHIN," AT THE WHITNEY, TODAY.

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Julia Sanderson in "Rambler-
Rose," at the Whitney, Friday,*
April 5. *

are, are actually at- work on thef

Caldwell and R. H. Burnside are the-
libettists.

* Chauncey Olcott in "Once Upone*
* a Time," at the Whitney, Monday, *

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A HAT

Mrs. George W. Patterson of thek
nced local suffrage organization, was elect-
y of ed vice-president of the Michigan state
ities equal suffrage association, at the an-
pro- nual meeting held in Detroit yester-
as day. Preparations were also made for
said the campaign to pass the federal suf-
lotic fr.age amendment.
iday
for AT THE WHITNEY ,
The two comedians who will appear
don- in "Chin-Chin," at the Whitney to-
the night are said to have studied their
and Chinese models carefully in preparing
per- for their parts,, and one of them even
arm took the trouble to learn the Chinese
by language. The whole play is full of
an- fun and it has been a success ever
will since its first appearance three years
I on ago. Charles Dillingham produced
I by the piece, James Doyle and Hartland
Dixon play the leading roles, Ivan
Caryll is the composer, and Anne

AT THE ARCADE'

The Arcade presents today "The
Secret of the Storm Country," feat-
uring Norma Talmadge. The play is
a sequel to "Tess of the
Storm Country," and it is
Relled with the same unusual atmos-
phere found in the earlier drama.
Miss Talmadge plays the role of Tessi-
bel, the squatter's daughter, and it is
said that she interprets the difficult
role well.
Soph Lits Elect Prom Committee
Sophomore literary students elect-
ed W. A. Leitzinger chairman, and. C.
W. Stoll, H. H. Anderson, Elmer Cress,
and Reed. Bachman members of the
soph prom committee, yesterday aft-
ernoon at a class meeting held in
room 205, Mason hall. No other bus-
iness was transacted.

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TODAY

"Chin-Chin," at the Whitney,
today.
Majestic-"Pretty Baby."
Wuerth-Sessue- Hayawaka in
"The Secret Game." Also Key,
stone Comedy, "Court and Cabar-
et."
Orpheum-Belle Bennett in "A
Soul in Trust."
Arcade-Norma Talmadge in
"The Secret of the Storm Coun-
try." Also Christie' Comedy, "Al-
most Divorced."

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WHITNEY - TON
The Only Company presenting the Greatest An
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Stevens in "Alias
Also Drew Com-

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Jimmy Hodges presents Magnetic JEAN TYNES

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The Musical Comedy Sensation

With FUNNY ELMER COUDY and a Lively Brigade of Blonde and Brunette Beauties
The Cream of Miniature Musical Comedies

A DOLLAR SHOW AT OUR PRICE

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