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April 23, 1918 - Image 6

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FT BOARD CALLS
200 MEN FOR EXAMS

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AT THE THEATERS
"Over the Top," at the Garrick.

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Boot Shop.
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ALL CLASS ONE REGISTRANTS
TO BE EXAMINED ON
APRIL 29
Notices were sent out yesterday by
the locaL selective draft board for
200 Class one registrants to appear
for examination on Monday, April 29.
The examinations will be held in
Maccabee hall, at the corner of Main
and Huron streets. The local board
desires to have all class one men ex-
amined and ready to respond to a call
at any time. The examinations will be
continued until all the men are passed
or rejected, and the lists of men in the
first class are ready.
In order to take care of the extra
work of examination and classifica-
tion, many of the teachers of the
schools have been helping in the
clerical work that is required. A num-
ber of the teachers have refused to
do this work because of the fact that
they have been called upon by the
government to solicit for the sale of
Liberty bonds. The work will be con-
tinued afternoons of next week, from
3 to 6 o'clock.
FOURTH OFFICERS' TRAINING
CAMP TO TAKE 40 STUDENTS

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Wuerth-Elizabeth Risbon in
"Mother." Also "Eagle's Eye."

Orpheum-Mary Pickford in
"Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm."
Arcad-Barbara Castleton and
E. K. Lincoln in "For the Free-
dom of the World."

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Majestic-"The Kaiser."

Police
Take Notice!
ANY RIOTER WHO RESE-TS
SEEING
THE
KAISERl
"The Beast of Berlin".
IS AN ENEMY TO
AMERICA
We have instructed people
who go to see this picture to
instantly report any person who
makes unfriendly or seditious
remarks against the United
States. KEEP YOUR EYES
OPEN. We must crush the ene-
my within our gates. This pic-
ture will help seek them out.
SEE IT. T'will make your blood
boil.
AT THE
MAJESTIC
FOUR DAYS STARTING
TUESDAY MATINEE
25e Including tax MaC

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Wuerth Theatr
Matinees-2 :oo, 3:30
Evenings-6:3o, 8:00, 9:30
P s Phome-i6o-J
Prices:-Matinees sc; Evenings
We Pay the Tax
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
Tues-Wed-23-24-Elizabeth Risd
"Mother." Also "Eagle Eye," I
Thur-Fri-23-26-J. Warren Ker
in "The Turn of a Card," in 7
Sat-27-Mary Miles Minter in
ers That Pray." Weekly Nc
Comedy, "The Lamb."
Sun-lon-z8-29-Geraldine Farr
"The Devil Stone." Also Sc
Democracy, No. 6, "A Presi
- Answer."
ITues-W4ed-3o Apr i-Maciste,
of Cabiria," in "The Warrior,"
parts. Also "Eagle Eye," No.

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AT THE MAJESTIC

OrpheumTheal
Matinees-2 :00, 3:~30
Evenings-6:30, 8:00, 9:30
Phone-x6o-J
Prices:
Mat. ioc; Eve. z5c; Children
No Tax
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
Tus-23-Mary Pickford in "Re
Sunnybrook Farm." Also "
ye"NO. 7. (Ret.)
Wed-24-Pauline Frederick in
ble Crossed." Also "Eagle1
No. 7. (Ret.)
'1'111-r-i--2-z6-Dorothy Phillip
"Grand Passion," in 6 parts.
Sat-27-Gladys Hulette in
Stacker." Also Weekly and Co
"H^ubrum -Brown." Also
Comedy, "A Preacher's Son."

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University of Michigan
w line of very smart models in

"The Kaiser," appearing at the
Majestic for four days, beginning to-
day, is a triumph in the make-up
of its characters, according to the
New York Times. The character of
the Kaiser himself is painted in dark
colors and he appears in the film as
wholly objectionable, cruel, vain and
half crazed. Much emphasis is placed
upon the atrocities in Belgium and
other war efforts of the German war
system. It is without a doubt the
most talked of war film which is be-
ing shown at the 'present time.

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Top-coats
Gabardines

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Fashions

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be left entirely in the hands of the
college authorities, and no appeal
from their final decision will be en-
tertained by the war department.
This fact should be made to every man
submitting an application."'
Further Suggestions
Applications will be received im-
mediately. With regard to their
selection, the following suggestions
were made expediting their selection
and eminating such as are manifestly
unfit:
"It is recommended that- all candi-
dates for the fourth officers' training
camp to be examined physically by
a competent physician and his state-
ment be submitted to me by appli-
cant," stated Lieutenant Mullen.
"Any man who is physically disquali-
fied for an officer would simply be
rejected after reaching camp and no
transportation or mileage given him
to return home. So be very careful
about that. Also remember that we
want men who will qualifly as officers,
hence men whose character is not
good, need not apply, and we want
men who will be an honor to Michigan,
as well. as an honor to our country."
CHAMP FIGhTERS TO RECEIVE
PROCEEDS IN LIBERTY BONDS
St. Paul, April 22.-The Minnesota
boxing commission, after a conference
with promoter Miller today, voted un-
animously to approve the proposed Wil-
lard-Fulton fight at St. Paul on July 4.
The commission and Colonel Miller
reached an agreement whereby Wil-
lard and Fulton will receive their
share of the fight in Liberty bonds
bought_ at par in the Twin Cities.
Colonel Miller agreed to give 12 and
one-half per cent of the gross re-
ceipts to the Red Cross, or the gov-
ernment recreation fund, and he
agreed to donate 25 per cent of all
money received from the fight pictures
to the war recreation fund.

Captain Edwin Bower Heeser author
of "For the Freedom of the World,"
which is being shown -at the Arcade
today and tomorrow, was in the Ame-
rican Legion of the Canadian army
when the film story was written. One
of the main events in the plot came
as an inspiration from a short news-
paper squib read by a brother officer
one night in camp, when he happened
to read a note in the paper to the ef-
fect that a French army officer had
'killed his wife because she had per-
sisted in seeing him at the front in
violation of the order that no women
were to be permitted to see their hus-
bands in the fire zone. According to
the story, a fellow officer, knowing
Hesser to be a film director, remark-
ed: "Hesser, you ought to make a
film out of thrt," a1d fesser did.
Student Council to Meet
There will be a meeting of the Stu-
dent council at 7 o'clock tonight at
the Michigan Union. Businesss of im-
portance will be taken up.
Nights: Orch- Pop. Mats.
estra $1.50 & $2 CARRICK Ved . and Fri.
Balance louse 2C to $1.00
25c to $1.00 u1 Setts Now
Messrs. Lee and J. J. Shubert's sumptuous
"OVER THE TOP"
Big Musical Event
A RC ADE.
SHOWS AT 3:oo, 6:30S8:oo, 9:30
x~c Unless Otherwise Specified.
TuesVWed-23-24-Barbara Castleton and
R. K. Lincoln in "For the Freedom
of the World" and (Tues.) Pathe
News, _(Wed.) Mutt & Jeff Cartoon, I
"Ups'and Downs of Detective Wor."
20e.
Thur-Fri-25-26-Alice Brady in "Woman
and Wife" and Christie Comedy,
"Thirty Days."
Sat-27-Constance Talmadge in "The
Studio Girl" and Cartoon, "Rheum-
antics," 20c,

"FOR THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD'
- Featuring -
Barbara Castieton and E. K. Lincoln
By Captain Edwin Bower Hesser, an officer in the America
Legion of the Canadian Expeditionary Forces.

AT THE ARCADE

GET YOUR
looks and Supplies
the "Store with the College Spirit'
ehan & Co*
Detroit

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in room 301, University hall.
7:30 o'cldck-Prof. Leroy Waterman
speaks in-Natural Science auditorium
on "Jerusalem, Mesopotamia, and the
War."

This stirring drama has been pronounced by discerr
critics the most fascinating and interest-compelling war st
ever done for the screen.
It tells the romantic story of the thousands of brave yo
men in the American Legion of Canada.
It concerns particularly the adventures at camp and
the field of Gordon Harvey, reformed young idler, who v
a lieutenant's commission and the hand of the beautiful Bf
Milburn before duty calls him to France.
- TO BE SHOWN AT THE -
ARCADE THEATRIE
TODAY AND TOMORROW ONLY
20 CENTS

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U-NOTICES

the Delta

OING ON!
DAY
aical Journal club
3, Natural Science
hi debating society
rooms, University
ical club meets in
Memorial hall.
RROW
J. R. Effinger lec-
rancais in Tappan

The Vasily Mandolin club will re-
hearse at 6:45 o'clock tonight at the
School of Music. All members who
expect to be taken on the Lansing
trip must report.
Tickets for the Cercle Francais
plays will be placed on sale at 3
o'clock this afternoon at Wahr's book-
store.
1918 British Budget Over 14 Billion
London, April 22.-Andrew Bonar
Law chancellor of the exchequer, has
introduced in parliament the budget
bill for the coming year. Great Bri-
tain's expenditures for the period
covered by the measure are estimated
at about $14,860,985,000. At the end
of the present year the national debt
of Great Britain will be about $39,-
900,000,000.
ratronizo Our Advertisers.-Adv
Mlway-Daily i3ervicb--Akiar'uh

URDEIRER
Of Womanhood-Humanity--'Youth-Civilization

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THE BEAST OF BERLIN

SEE HIM AT THE

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at Attractive Prices
taking Used Kodaks in exchange toward New
h we have use for all of them in our Rental De-
any of them at much less than their real value.
get your Kodak out and have it put in order for
to me for adjustment and cleaning.

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THIEAT

Four Days, starting with Today's Mat. at

SHOWS

3:00 7:00

8:30

11

25c

Including War Tax

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