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At the Majestic

that will make you laugh. It is most
elaborately and strongly staged. The
cast is headed by Henry Walthall and
Edna Mayo.
Tuesday is a most wonderful drama
On preparedness and mimic war scenes
that are shown are equal to the real
thing.
By request the management has se-
cured again the clever play of Elinor
Glyn, "Three Wee1s." This is one of
those plays that will interest every-
one and offend none. It is a, clever
drama and so well acted that all the
objectionable parts of the books are
acted without the slightest suggestive-
ness:
Friday and Saturday will bring for
the first time a most interesting pic-
ture. It is not only a motion picture
but an interesting lecture, by that well
known orator and lecturer, Frederick
Russell Clark, who will present "How
Uncle Sam Works." It is based on
facts about the United States Govern-

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FACULTY ADOPTS
HONOR SYSTEM IN
ACTION TAKEN FOLLOWS INVES-
TIGATION BY STUDENT
COMMITTEE
FORMER TRIAL UNSUCCESSFUL
Engineers and Architects May Choose
Supervision in All
Examinations
Only after a thorough investigation
by the student honor system commit-7
tee, and after the student body of the
Colleges of Engineering and Architec-
ture by a majority vote had indicated
its preference for the honor system in
examinations, did the faculty adopt the
system at its meeting on May 15.
The honor system has been adopted

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SHW 3:00 - 7:00
M AJESTIC 3 Dows -
ALL SEATS tOc DAILY and 8:30 P. M.
T 0 D A Y MONDAY, MAY 22 TUESDAY, MAY 23
B16 WAR PLAY
ROBERT MANTELLand GENEVIEVE "The Nation's Peril"
HAMPER In a Vital Drama of HENRY B. WALTHALL and EDNA The Greatest War Drama Ever Seen
Injustice MAYO to
'The Misleading Wednesday, May 24
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'A Wife's Sacrifice" Lady" Does Ike Woman Always Pey?
A new film Drama of Old World Life, EDITH STOREY and ANTONIO
enacted in Sunny Jamaica MORENO in
Paul Dickey, an Ann Arbor boy, is "A Price for Folly"
the author of this play-the reddest It wII give you more thrills to the
The Greatest Cash of Stars Ever Seen blooded romance of t l e modern- mtnute than you have seen in a long
in One Photo Play. DON'T MISS IT. primitive ever produced. time. It bubbles over theart throbs.

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)kings at the Majestic for the
ude comedy, lots of war and
n prepapredness.
Robert Mantell will appear
e's Sacrifice." It is the story
ocent victim of a plot drawn
er woman.
, our old friend, Paul Dickey,
e very conspicuously in the
It is his clever comedy "The

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Thur., May 25, Eleanor Glyn's Remarkable ""Three Weeks"

2 DAYS ONLY-FRIDAY. and SATURDAY, MAY 26 and 27
A Life Motion Picture of Facts About the American Government

lady." It is filled with ment and will astound those who are
ausual comedy situations opposed to preparedness and warfare.

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on trial by the Colleges of Engineer-
ing and Architecture in the first se-!
mester's finals. The results were by
no means perfectly satisfactory. Con-
siderable evidence of dishonesty in
the examinations came to the notice of
the student honor committee, and the
cases were handled in various ways.
For instance, two entire classes were
re-examined at the request of the stu-
dents. A freshman, discovered cheat-
ing, was given the choice of leaving the
college or making. a public. apology
before the freshman assembly. He
chose the latter alternative and his
appeal to be allowed to remain in the
college was granted. Another stu-
dent was advised to leave permanently.
Two architects, reported for dis-
honesty in the Law 1 (engineering)
examination, were tried by the honor
committee, who presented their con-
clusions to Prof. Emil Lorch, head of
the College, of Architecture. Profes-
sor Lorch expelled one of the students
and reported the other not passed in
his course, as some doubt about his
entire guilt existed.
. Among other facts that were pre-
sented to the faculty were the results
of a canvass among the students in
regard to the system. These showed
that over 80 per cent of the students
believed, after observation, that
cheating had decreased under the sys-
tem. Over 97 per cent stated that they
wished the system to be continued as
before, with few modifications.
In view of this evidence, the honor
committee reported through the disci-
pline committee to the engineering
faculty, recommending the continu-
ance of the system and its extension
to all bluebooks, with the option to the
student of taking the examination un-
der the system or under supervision.
The committee also advised the estab-
lishment of a permanent student com-

mittee to review cases and to instruct I
incoming freshmen, and the like. 1i ANN ARBOR YESTERDAY
The faculty adopted the report com-
plete. Gil[ ljufl iiTnuny I1lughitt, Varsity quar-
An honor committee has been elected terLack of the 1914 team, and coach
for next year by the junior, sopho- of the 1915 All-Fresh baseball squad,
more and freshman classes. The chair- +Sunris Daughters Quartette" 1iil visited Ann Arbor yesterday. The
man of the above committee is to be .Make oInitial ow Before orI-er ichigan football pilot spent
elected by them from the junior mem- Public most of the afternoon on Ferry field
bers. -- taking in the Stanford meet and the
Fairly rivalling the famous "Mid- Iresh bas ball gar:e. Varsity Back-
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily night Sons Quartet" in talent th IPeld Coach Douglass also ran over to
are the reliable businecs men of your Girls' Glee club will introduce to the witness tle meet between Michigan
city. It is to your interett to patron- public on Saturday evening, May 27 and iihe far-western athletes.
ire them.; at- their annual spring concert, the
"Sunrise Daughters Quartet." The a) IHS AT iEI IN INITIATES
Sunrise Daughters, who are already 4fROM JIUNIOR CLASS TOMORROW
known to the campus through their
various individual appearances, in Druids, senior literary honorary so-
plays and concerts, will present a ciety, wili gather in initiates from the
group of unusual selections. The quar- present junior class at 5:00 o'clock
tet consists- of Ellen Sargeant, 'fG, Monday afternoon, when the men will
Ruth Kreger, '17, Bernice Borden, '18, assemble around the traditional Druid
and Mildred Hill, '18. stone in front of the museum. After
There will be several instrumental the initiation a banquet will be given
numbers, the one of especial interest or the new men.
being a newly arranged medley of Ju-
nior Girls' Play songs which will be AiISI CtONQUt RS lN BIG
j = given by the Glee club and the recently }$E E T WIT L E L AND ST AN FORD
organized Mandolin club. There has
never been a women's mandolin club (Coinued from .age Three).
Mile relay -.Michigan (Hardell,
on the campus before this year, and it
Huntngto, Giest, Fontanna), first;
.::is to be hoped that the new venture Stanford (Norton, Aupperle, Murray,
meets with success. Lynn), second. Time, 3 minutes, 23
Following the concert, there will be 3-5 seconds.
an informal dance in Barbour gymna- 'Total points .-Michigan, 71; Stan-
sium. Admission to the dance will Iford, 50.
be included in the admission fee t'o
At the Majestic Monday the concert. 'Patrnize Daily Advertizers. **

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"HOW UNCLE SAM WORKS"
Frederick Russell Clark will personally lecture on this masterful picture which shows
the principal phases of the Government-Wireless Torpedo bat in action, Submarines in
action and other marvels.
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