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May 17, 1917 - Image 4

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AT THE ARCADE I

irLII i fIIIUULfIIUL
TO MEET TONIGHT

)MMITTE E COMPOSED OF FAC-
ULTY MEN HAS CHARGE
OF ORGANIZATION
There will be a meeting at 8:30
:lock tonight at the Union for all
en who have signified their inten-
n of joining one of the ambulance
its, which the government is organ-
ng among the students.
The faculty committee in charge of
3 formation of these units will meet
half hour earlier at the same place.
.e committee composed of the fol-
wing men: Dr. Louis P. Hall of the
atal college, chairman; Dr. H. H.
mmings of the health service, Prof.
T. Fishleigh, Mr. A. S. Berry, Prof.
A. Bursley of the engineering col-
e, and Francis M. Bacon, state di-
ctor of the intelligence bureau.
Charles J. Frisbie, '16, who came
re from Dallas, Texas, to join one
the units, has been appointed sec-
ary to the committee. No further
ormation from Washington regard-
the final examinations and re-
irements of the individuals who will
accepted has been received, but
1 information is expected before the
.eting tonight. One hundred and
enty men had signed up last night.
gistration will be open again to-
y.0
:NIOR ENGINEERS CHOOSE
CLASS DAY REPRESENTATIVES
['he senior engineers have elected
dr class day officers and class
tmni secretary. H. A. Taylor has
en chosen class orator and C. M.
rns, historian. Robert L. McNamee
s been elected class alumni secre-
-y. President A. E. Necker has ap-
inted S. H. Emerick as treasurer
d R. J. Hiller as secretary for the
nainder of the year to replace J. R.
llock and L. R. Crandall, who have
t for Quantinto, Va., to take up na-
nal defense work..
)o you want the 571 new silver dol-
s in Wahr's? Call 433-M. We will
1 you HOW.-Adv. 17

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TODAY

Marstie-Return engagement of
"Civilization."
Arcade-Genevieve Hamper in
"Tangled Lives." Max Linder
comedy "Max Comes Across."
Orpneum-Wallace Reid and
Myrtle Stedman in "The Pris-
on Without Walls." Triangle
comedy.
Rae-Ethel B arryiore in "The
White Raven." Purple Mask
No. 14.

AT THE THEATERS

AT THE WHITNEY
Beginning Friday, D. W. Griffith's
"The Birth of a Nation" will be at the
Whitney theater for two days. This
is the second time this elaborate pro-
duction dealing with the Civil war
period has been seen in Ann Arbor.
Chauncey Olcott in the story of an
old Irish village will be seen in "The
Heart of Paddy Wack," at the Whitney
theater, Tuesday, May 22.
This popular actor of Irish romanc-
es takes the part of Dennis O'Malley
the village barrister in his present
play.
AT THE MAJESTIC
"Civilization," the spectacular photo-
play which was seen at the Majestic
during spring vacation, will open a
return engagement of three days, be-
ginning this afternoon.
"Civilization" contains scenes of
modern warfare, among them, one in
which a submarine destroys a gigantic
ship. This picture shows war in all
its horrors and is an argument for
permanent peace. The story deals
with the ruler of an imaginary king-
dom'who declares war in order to fur-
ther his own ends.
Will you take my senior cane back
to Larry Damn's, I can't afford a new
one. The owner.-Adv. 17

Max Linder, who appears today at
the Arcade in ''Max Comes Across,"~
has broken down in health, making it
impossible for him to continue pro-
ducing comedies. His present illness
has been superinduced by wounds re-
ceived two years ago when he was a
member of the French army. Linder
has made three comedies for Essanay,
the first of which will be shown to-
day. The other two, which will be
shown at the Arcade later on, are
"Max in a Taxi" and "Max Wants a
Divorce."
MISS SALLIE SIMPSON WILL
SPEAK AT WOMEN'S MEETING
Representatitve of National Service
League to Explain Industri-
al Openings for Women
-Miss Sallie Simpson of New York,
will speak at the women's mass meet-
ing to be held at 4 o'clock this after-
noon in Hill auditorium. Miss Simp-
son is a representative of the national
league for women's service. She will
talk on what women can do in the
war, especially in the field of industry.
Miss Helen Bacon will interest wo-
men in filling vacancies in Detroit
factories and other industries. Miss
Bacon is chairman of the industrial
commission for women which has re-
cently been created by the Detroit
chamber of commerce.
President Harry B. Hutchins will
preside at the meeting. All Uni-
versity women are urged to attend.
Fountain Pens repaired, straighten-
ed, and adjusted. Haller & Fuller,
State St. Jewelers.-Adv. 10-17
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad
vertising use The Michigan Daily.

Whitney

DAYS Com'cing Friday Afternoon 3 P. M. MAY
Twice Saturday, 3:00 & 8:15 P. M.
Prices: Evenings, 50c, 75c, $1.00; afew at $1.50. Matinee, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
D. W. GRIFFITH'S EIGHTH WONDER OF THE WORLD

Most Realistic

an

Stupendous

18,000 People
3,000 Horses
8 Months
to Produce

View of
Stirring Events

Theatre

in the

cvclopmcnt

Cost

of our

Country

$500,000

Taken from Thomas Dixon's "THE CLANSMAN"

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF 20

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF 20

600 TIMES IN CHICAGO
Now playing on five Con-
tinents - America, South
America, Europe, Aus-
tralia, Asia.

Ashton Stevens, in the Chicago Examiner, says:
"The 'Birth of a Nation' is the best, the most nat-
ive drama ever written by an American-it is the
most dramatic work in all American drama-and
that goes for stage as well as screen."

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The Lad's "Batting"Record1

For Work
or Play!
American men and young men are demanding
clothes that express the out-door spirit in their Spring
and Summer togs.
The House of
Kuppenheher

was bad, says
the note from
Prexy to Papa
-whichreferred
of course to the
"bats" that de-
stroy the body
and break down
the thinking
machinery. The
only cureisback
to the simple
life and

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the food that puts you on your feet when
everything else fails. A daily diet of
Shredded Wheat means clear thinking
and quick acting. It leaves the body
strong and buoyant and the brain in
condition to tackle the problems of study
or play. It is on the training table of
nearly every college and university
in this country and Canada. Two
Shredded Wheat Biscuits with milk
or cream supply more real body-
building nutriment than meat or eggs
at one-fourth the cost.

has designed the majority
line--plenty of belted su
sport wear, yet are justa
inside.,
Other lively creations
novel lapels, fancy pocke
You can't pass theset

$20

of their Spring models along this
its that are fine for out-door and
as much at home in the office or
soundingnew notes in style-
ts, new ideas in waist-coats.
up if you are alive to the times.
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BIG 30 -DAY

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saved hundreds of men
We still have a big

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