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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APR:

Walk-Over
ing Pumps and Oxfords

R WOMEN
wonderful assort-
f styles and pat-
p shown in the
one of our many
ive styles and car-
popular military
ng thin vamp and
narrow silk bow,
a smart tailored effe

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Unusual value at $5.50.

Talk-Over Boot Shop.
R. J. Hoffstetter, Prop.
115 S. Main St.

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Students of the University of Michigan
)uld inspect our new line of very smart models in
Young Men's Top-coats
Young Men's Gabardines
Young Men's Suits

ely tailored garments every one Hof them.
st ideas. We advise early inspection.

Fashions

MILITARY NEWS
"Cadets in the R. O. T. C. will re-
port for drill at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon," said Lieut. George C. Mul-
leR yesterday. "The men will be
given setting-up exercises on Ferry
Field if -the weather permits. Attend-
ance will be taken before marching
down to the grounds. No advance
classes will be held before vacation.",
W. R. Loutit, ex-'18, of Grand Hav-
en was the only Michigan man in the
promotion list issued this week at
Camp Custer. He was promoted to
sergeant in the 339th ambulance com-
pany of the medical department.
If a satisfactory number of cadets
signify their intention of drilling dur-
ing the holidays, Lieutenant Mullen
will take charge of the men, according
to an announcement made at the lec-
ture yesterday afternoon. No credit'
will be given for such drills. The
men who desire to take the work must
leave their names at the executive
office in Waterman gymnasium before
drill this afternoon.
The remainder of the transfers of
cadets in the R.0. T. C. will be pub-j
lished tomorrow. Special ordersNo.
2, paragraphs 20 to 25, inclusive, be-
came effective on April 1, 1918.
Special Orders No. 2
21. The following cadet privates of
company E, Second regiment are trans-
ferred as indicated: A. G. Aitchison
to Co. C, First regiment, G. H. Bins
to Co. D, First reg't; L. A. Clark to
Co. I, First reg't; E. W. Greenleaf to
Co. L, First reg't; M. Penick to Co. D,
First reg't; H. E. Roether to Co. D,
Second reg't.
22. The following cadet privates of
Co. F, Second regiment, are trans-
ferred as follows: H. N. Cowen to
Co. I, First reg't; M. W. Davis to Co.
I, First reg't; K. A. Dietrich to Co. K,
First reg't; J. H. Gatiss to Co. L, First
reg't; M. E. Nampa to Co. B, Second
reg't J. S. Park to Co. L, First
reg't.
23. The following privates are
transferred from Co. G, Second regi-
ment, to Co. B, Second regiment: F.
A. Janson, and H. Messinger.
BY ORDER LIEUT. MULLEN:
L. J. WILLIAMS,
1st. Lt., P. S., retired, Adjutant.
Regular Saturday afternoon hikes
will be continued after the vacation
period. The authorities plan to in-
crease gradually the distance of the
walks so that before commencement
day the hikes will probably extend
over the week-end.
Athletic and gymnastic contests un-
der Dr. George A. May will be given
to the cadets of the second battalion,
First regiment, at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon in Waterman gymnasium.
Following is the new change of the
program:
First regiment-Company I, wrestl-
ing; company K, horizontal bar; com-
pany L, relay racing; company M,
parallel bar. The last half hour will
be devoted to shadow boxing and set.
ting-up exercises for the entire bat
talion.

Chauncey
a Time," at
April 8.

TODAY

Majestic - Ruth Clifford,
"Hands Down."

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Wuerth-Lois Weber, in "The
Price of a Good Time." Also com-
edy, "His Hidden Shame"
Orpheum - Pauline Starke, in
"Shoes That Danced." " Also Key-
stone comedy, "Ruined by a Dumb
Waiter."
Arcade -- Mae Marsh, in "The
Beloved Traitor." Also Christie
comedy, "Help, Help, Police"

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AT THE THEATERS
Richard Bennett in "The Very
Idea," at the Garrick.
Julia Sanderson in "Rambler
Rose," at the Whitney, tomor-
row.

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Olcott in "Once Upon
the Whitney, Monday,

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TODAY
12:15 o'clock-Dental faculty lunch-
eon at the Michigan Union.
4:15 o'clock-Final University Sym-
phony orchestra concert in Hill audi-
torium.
7:30 o'clock -Civil engineer smok-
er in the Engineering society rooms,
7:30 o'clock-Soph engineer smoker
at the Union.
7:30 o'clock-Shakespearean read-
ing class presents "Macbeth" in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
U-NOTICES
The Varsity Mandolin club will re-
hearse at 7 o'clock tonight in Univer-
sity hall.
There will be a full rehearsal of the
Union opera at 7:30 o'clock tonight at
the Union.
Any students interested in chess are
invited to attend the meeting of the
chess club at 7:15 o'clock tonight in
University hall.
Capt. B. H. peeves, '14, Engaged
Mrs. John Meredith Trible of
Franklin" Tenn. announces the en-
Nights: Orch- Pop, MatsWed
entra $1.50&$2 and Fri., 25c to
FalanceHouse K$1.00
25c to $1.00 'ETROIT Seats Now I
RICHARD BENNETT
In "THE VERY IDEA"
A new fangled Farce
AR CAD E
SHOWS AT 3:00, 6:30, 8:o0; 9:30
ic Unless Otherwise Specified.
Thur-Fri-4-5-Mae Marsh in "The Be-
loved Traitor" and Christie Comedy,
"Help, Help, Police." loc.
Sat-6-Lois Wilson in "Alimony." (Ret.)
and Cartoon, "Tail of a Fish."
Mon-8-Franklyn Farnum in "The.
Fighting Grin" and Drew Comedy,
"After Henry."

WHAT'S GOING ON

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Friday and Saturday
ALICE JOYCE

* Rae-Ethel Barrymore, in "The *
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In
"A WOMAN
BETWEEN FRIENDS"
Sunday
DOUGLAS
FAIRBANKS
in
"THE HALFBREED"
Shows
3:00 7:00 8:30

gagement of her daughter, Elizabeth
'Jane Grayhil to Capt. Beauford Hon-
ston Reeves, '14, who is stationed at
Fort -McRee, in Pensacola, Fla.
MAJ E STIC
TN EAT RE
TODAY
RUTH CLIFFORD
in
"HANDS DOWN"

a Plate of Ice Cream every Day
off'r

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Delicious,

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Nourishing

ry Ball Is Being Planned j informal and open to all cadets in
for the R. 0. T. C. military the corps. The R. 0. T. C. band will
be held on Saturday night, furnish part of the music. A regular
are being made, according to orchestra will also be engaged. The
R. Brumm. The affair will be ticket gale will be announced later.
Kodaks at Attractive Prices II

AT THE WHITNEY
Amy Leslie, who writes about the
theater for the Chicago News, is pleas-
ed because Joe Cawthorn has drop-
ped his German dialect in "Rambler
Rose," the Charles Frohman musical
comedy production in which he is
starring this season with Julia San-
derson.
"It was only half Joseph's dialect,"
she goes on to say, "because he never
could carry it through a song, but
dropped it as if it had nothing to do
with comic opera lyrics. Iis won-
derful smile is called upon and lights
up the entertainment and he refrains
from the accordion as he does the Ger-
man and other plagues. Entire
scenes are so imbued with the regu-
lar quick wit of Cawthorn that when
Sanderson tripped on a ruffle and fell
down stairs and Joe said, 'I hope you
enjoyed your trip,' -it sounded as
though it belonged to the book. And
when he added, 'No matter how awk-
ward you are I love you,' it looked as
if the fall was in the regular business
of the plot. His song, 'A Bundle of
Nerves' is what Cawthorn makes it as
is the little dog ballad. The house
sat still while Cawthorn quietly and
a little tenderly told of the sad life of
the poor little rich girl's dog, as if
Galli-Curci was singing an aria, and
he had nearly as much applause as
a diva when he finished his song, be-
cause of the art of his singing. He
is a great comedian and laughter:
chases him about as if it belonged to
his paraphernalia."
AT THE ARCADE
"The Beloved Traitor," the photo-
play which is being presented at the
Arcade today and tomorrow, is a story
of the good old fashioned sort. It tells
the tale of a fisher maiden whose un-
selfish love leads her to make the
sacrifice of voluntarily separating her-
self from her fiance so that he may
seek his fortune in the city. The al-
ways popular Mae Marsh plays the
part of the fisher girl with a great
deal of feeling.
May 24-Oratorical association play,
"The Silver Box."
May 30-Memorial Day (holiday).
May 31-Cap night.
June 7-Michfgan-Notre Dame base-
ball game.
June 8-Michigan-Notre Dame base-
ball game.
June,:23-Baccalaureate sermon.
June 24-Class day exercises.
June 25-Class day exercises.
June 25-Alumni day.
IJune 26-Alumni day.
July 1-Summer session opens.
June 27-Commencement.
There is opportunity in Daily want
ids.-dV.

RAE Theatre

TO-DAY

Seats
Tax Paid

20c

20c

Ethel Barrymore
"An American Widow"
Also Drew Comedy

~WuerthTihea tre
Matinees-2:0o, 3:40
Evenings-6:3o, 8:00, 9:30
"" Phone--160-
Prices:--Matinees igcEvenings 200
- We Pay the Tax
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
Thur-Fri-4-5-Lois Weber in "Price
of a Goad Time," 7 parts. Also Com-
edy, "His Hidden Shame."
Sat-6-Fannie Ward in "Innocent."
S News 20. Comedy, "All Aboard." ,
Sun-Mon7-8-Dorothy Dalton in .
"Love Letters." Also Son of Democ-
-. racy, No. 3, "My Father."
Tues-Wed-9 xo-an Warrea Kerrigan
in "A Man s Man, 7 parts. Also
"Eagle Efye," No. 5...
T'hur-F ri--z 1-r2-Vivian Martin in
"The Fair Barbarian." Also Key-
stone Comedy, "A Sea Serpent's De-
- sire."
OrpheumTheatre
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Matinees-2 :00, 3 :30
Evenings-6 o, 8:0o, 9:30
Phone--'6o-J
.: Prices:
Mat. xoc; Eve. x c; Children 5c
No Tax
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
Thur-Fri-- 4-5 -Pauline Starke in
"Shoes That Danced." Also Keystone j
Comedy, "Ruined by a umb
- Waitei.":'b Dm
Sat-6-Marguerite Fischer in "Molly
Go Get 'm." Also Weekly and
zC Comedy.Thmsi"A E
Sun-Mon-7-8--Oliva Thomas in "An
; Heiress for a Day." Also Comedy,
"A Discord in a Flat."
Tues-g-Oliva Thomas in "etty
'rTakes a Hand." Also "Eagle Eye," low
Iao. 5. (Ret.)

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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

I am constantly taking Used Kodaks in exchange toward New
laks, and, although we have use for all of them in our Rental De-
tment, we offer many of them at much less than their real value.
Now is the time to get your Kodak out and have it put in order for
sunner. Bring it to me for adjustment and cleaning.
LYNDON, PiOTOGRAPHEB, 719 No. University Ave.
NHITNEY THEATRE

Whitney Theatre

FRIDAY, APRIL 5th

Charles Frohman presents
Julia Sanderson - Joseph Cawthorn

Coming events

in their greatest Musical Comedy Triumph
"Rambler Rose"
Empire Theatre Cast and Produetion

MONDAY, APRIL 8th

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ONCEUPON A ISME

April 19-Comedy club play, "Miss
Hobbs."
April 20--Military ball in Waterman
gymnasium.
April 20 - Michigan-Western Re-
serve baseball game.
April 26-Swing-out.
April 27-Michigan-Case baseball
game.
April 29.-Cercle Francais play.
May 3-All-campus election day.
May 3-Northern Oratorical league

Prices: $.76-$1.00-$1.60-$2.00

Mail Orders Filled Now

MAE MARSH

"THE GIRL OF A THOUSAND FACES"

contest
May
game.
May
game.
May
game.
May
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May
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May
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-Michigan-Chicago

baseball
baseball

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8-Michigan-Indiana baseball
9-Masques' play "The Ama-
10-Masques' play, "The Ama-
15--Michigan-M. A. C. baseball
15-May festival concerts.
16-May festival concerts.
17-Soph-fresh contests.
17-May festival concerts.
18-Soph-fresh contests.
18-May festival concerts.
18-Michigan-Iowa baseball

SEE THE HEROINE
of the
LUSITANIA

"THE BELOVED TRAITOR"
The story of the good girl who whipped a vampire.
Had a successful week's run at the Strand Theatre,
New York City.
A CLEAN WHOLESOME PICTURE THAT THE
WHOLE FAMILY WILL ENJOY

Beautiful
RIT A JOLIVET
A in
A "LEST WE FORGET''
At the

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Prices: SOc, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Seat Sale Friday 10 A.M.

game.
May 18-Michigan-Notre Dame out-
door track meet.
May 20-Michigan-Illinois baseball
game.
May 22--Michigan-Ohio State base-
ball game.

ARCADE THEATRE
TUES.-WED., APRIL 9-10

Arcade Theatre
TODAY AND TOMORROW
20 CENTS

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