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THE MICHIGAN DAIL_

MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
SUNDAY-MON DAY
FRED STONE
- in
"Johnny Get Your Gun"

Nevs From The Other Colleges

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ARCAD
Shows at 3:09; 7:o0; 8:3o
Phones
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2326-M
Sun-Mon--I-2--Geraldine Farrar in "The,
Stronger Vow;" Outing-Chester Scenic
dKatzenjammer Kids Cartoon.
TeWed-3-4-Nazimova in "The Red
Latern;" Star Comedy, "Expert Elop-
er"an News Weekly. 30c. (Shows at
3:00, 7:00, 9:00.).
hu-Fr 6-Aic Brady in "The Hol-
lwof Her Hand;" Christie Comedy,
"0, Baby," 9nd Ford Weekly.
WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sun-Mon--1-2---BILLIE " BURKE in
"Peggy" with a Sunshine Comedy,
"House of Terrible Scandles."'
Tues Wed-3 4-GLADYS BROCKWELL
Comedy, "Back to the Woods" and a
two-reel Educational feature, "Earth's
Greatest Gift."
Thurs-Fri-5-6--JANE GREY in "When
a Woman Strikes" and L-Ko Comedy,
"Good Night Turk." Current Events.
- COMING -
TAYLOR HOLMES in "TAXI"

Johns Hopkins--Students of Johns
Hopkins have been asked by a French
machinist living in this country to
contribute $60 to complete and finish
a model machine which will be the
fastest boat and fastest dirigible in
the world. He has built 25 of these
models, he says, and has achieved his
goal, and in order to build the 26th
machine needs co-operation in order
to present it to the government, from
which he expects large returns. He
offers Johns Hopkins a share in these
returns if they are willing to aid him
in this enterprise.
Northwestern - Dr. Lynn Harold
Hough was elected president of
Northwestern university by the trus-
tees last Tuesday. At the time of his
appointment he held a professorship
of historical theology at Garrett Bib-
lical institute, Evanston, and has been
lecturing at Vanderbilt university,
Tenn. He has been a university min-
ister at Cornell, Princeton, Chicago,
Iowa and Virginia. He will assume
the duties of his new office Sept. 1.
I Sunday Dinnerf

Yale-Yale will hold her seventeen-
th annual interscholastic meet with
the leading preparatory schools of
Connecticut competing for field hon-
ors. Sixteen crews will participate
in the regatta to be held here. This
is one of the features of spring ath-
letics at Yale.
Illinois-Another $100 was added to
the senior memorial chimes fund at
the end of Thursday's campaign at the
University of Illinois. The total stands
at $750, about three-fourths of the sen-
iors having contributed their $2.50.
Dartmouth- Dartmouth will re-es-
tablish her college in Turkey which
she abandoned at the outbreak of the
war,
Columbia--Voting of the seniors at
Columbia determined the following
important issues: The question of
prohibition proved to be evenly divid-
ed, as half the class voted for it, and
half against. A resident college was
voted as the greatest need of Col-
umbia, with a stadium running a close
second. The average age is recorded
as only 23 years and 8 months, and
5 foot 9 is the average height, 185
pounds the average weight. Business
will claim the time of mopt of the
graduating class, while law, banking,
engineering and medicine stand next
in order of preference.
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IAT THE THEATERS ,

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sun-Mon - 1-2 - KITTY GORDON in
"Mandarin's Gold" withaLMutt and
Jeff Cartoon Comedy, "Left at the
Post" and a Ford Weekly.
Tues-Wed-3-4-CORINNE GRIFFITH in
"The Unknown Quantity" and "The
Silent Mystery" No. 3.
Thurs-5-WILLIAM S. HART in "Sel-
fish Yates" (Ret.) with a News and
Comedy.
- COMING -
"REBELLIOUS BRIDE"

Soup
Cream of Tomato
Wafers Young Radishes
Roast Sirloin of Beef
Brown Gravy
Fricasseed Chicken with Biscuits
Creamed Potatoes
Bread or Rolls
Salad Combination Dessert
Raisin Pie
Strawberry Short Cake
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk Ice Tea

-- TODAY -

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AMATUUR PHOTOGRAPH
NOTam-Dufng spring and summer
months we will be opem Sunday. tram
$ : 0 to 4:30. After h s drop flms
In chute for fnishing. Lundon, 10
N. Universit* Ave -Adv.

12 to 2 and 5 to 7 Price, 75c
Banquet Hall in Connection
WILLI'T S
Phone 173 , 315 S. State St.

Arcade - Geraldine
"The Stronger Vow."
Wuerth - Billie
"Peggy."
Orpheum - Kitty
"Mandarin's Gold."

Farrar in
Burke in
Gordon in

Majeste-Fred Stone in "John-
ny Get Your Gun."

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Five minutes after the wed-
ding ceremony.
Beautiful Dolores, with faith
in her eyes and love in her heart,
had given her hand in sacred
marriage.
The WORLD was before her,
with "Him" at her side.
She tip-toed to her pink room
in which she had long dreamed
of this glorious day.' She must
don street clothes and hurry, for
the bridal train is waiting.
The door opens, a man enters!
What he told her changed the
whole world for Dolores. With
distrust in her eyes and hatred
in her heart, she went to the
Apache haunts in Paris.
HE FOLLOWED-and so did
another, and another!
You can't "guess" the ending
of this one! It all happens to

Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-Jessie
Bonstelle company in "Grumpy."
Detroit Opera Ihuse-on-the-Cam-
pus--Walker Wbiteside in "The
Little Brother."
AT THE ARCADE
In "The Stronger Vow," which will
be shown at the Arcade today and
tomorrow, Geraldine Farrar has the
pkost strikingly colorful role of her
,areer. First one sees her as a
ibeautiful daughter of Spain, the cen-
ter of all eyes at an elaborate carni-
val in Barcelona. Then she appears
jas a bride amid the elite of a great
;etropolis. Later she appears as a
daring Apache dancer, in the under-
world of Paris. Miss Farrar is sup-
ported by an all star caste including
Thomas Santschi, Milton Sills, Has-
sard Short and others.
Nazimova will be presented Tues-
day and Wdnesday in what critics
and the press claim to be her greatest
roduction so far, "The Red Lantern."
Nazimova plays a dual role, that of
(an English girl and a Eurasian girl -
two widely different characters.
Ethel Barrymore is presenting "The
Off Chance' 'in Montreal, Quebec, this
week and some of the local news-
papers are recalling the interesting.
fact that it was in that city in the late
nineties that Miss Barrymore made
her first apeparance on any stage.

ANNOUNCES 'RULES
FOR SCHOLARSHIP
Candidates Must Be Chosen By Their
Own University or Col-
lege
MICHIGAN WILL SEND FOUR
TO TRY FOR RHODES HONORS
Four students from the University
may compete with the students from
other institutions of the state for the
Rhodes scholarship now offered to the
state of Michigan. This scholarship
which is for 1918-19 and which was
postponed on account of war condi-
tions, will be filled in October, 1919
Announces Eligibility Rules P
A candidate to be eligible must be
a citizen of the United States, with at
least five years' domicile, and unmar-
ried by Oct. i of the year for which
he is elected he must have passed his
nineteenth and not have passed his
twenty-fifth birthday and by Oct. 1 of
the year for which he is elected he
must have completed at least his soph-
omore year at some recognized de-
gree-granting university or college of
the United States. Candidates may
apply either for the state in which they
have their ordinary private modiile,
home, or residence, or for any state
in which they have received at least
two years of their college education
before applying.
Candidates must in the first instance
be selected by their own college or un-
iversity, The method of doing this is
left to each institution, though the
institution should have regard to lit-
erary and scholastic attainments,
fondness for and success in outdoor
sports, qualities of manhood, moral
force of character, and leadership in
school and college life.
Must Furnish Information
Every candidate for a scholarship is
required to furnish the secretary of
the committee of selection for his
state, not later than Oct. 6, a certifi-
cate of age, a written statement from
the head of the college to the effect
that he has been selected to represent
that institution, certified evidence as to
the courses pursued and as to his
gradings, a brief statement by himself
of his general activities and interests
at college and his proposed line of
study at Oxford, no more than four
testimonials from persons, and ref-
erence to four other responsible per-
sons including two professors under
whom he has studied and with ad-
dresses in full.
Circumstances make it impossible
for the American committee to issue a
list of the secretaries of the commit-
tees of selection, but after July 31 it
will be open to any candidate to as-
certain the name and address of the
secretary for his state by writing to
the American secretary to the Rhodes
trustees, Prof. Frank Aydelotte, In-
stitute of Technology, Cambridge,
Mass.
Any student in the University who
is interested in this matter may obtain
further information from Dean John
R. Effinger.
EnzgineeringNews
Dean Mortimer E. Coley will pre-
side at the annual sessions of the
A, S. M. E. to be held in Detroit, June
1, 17, 18 and 19, with the Hotel Stat-
ler as a headquarters. Many mem-
bers' of the society are contemplating
the trip and several of the faculty
are going.
A large number of the best engin-

eers in the country attend the meet-
ing of the A. S. M. E. and a big repre-
sentation is expected this time, by Dean
Cooley who is president of the society.
The biggest part of the time will be
spent in business meetings= and re-
search sessions, but several evenings
will be devoted to excursions on the
lakes and other social events.
Lt. Chales P. Beath, 'ex-'19E, was in
Ann Arbor Saturday. He has been
stationed in several of the field artil-
lery camps throughout the country
and at present is engaged in motor
transport experiments which will oc-
cupy his time until next fall when
he expects to be discharged in order
that he may re-enter the University.
Map Workers Work on Europe Drafts
Paris, June 1.-Draughtsmen have.
been keping the map of Europe
abreast of the decisions of the peace
conference while its work has been
going on. After the peacemakers
have finished their task mapmakers
will still have more work to do rec-
ording interior changes in some of the
newly outlined countries, due to the
upheaval of reconstruction.
Use the Duly to reach the students.
rour thousand stueents ead ft every
uzzulag.-Av.

Pop. Mats. Tes.,
Tburs., and Sat.
25c, 60e

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Tenth Annual Season-Fifth Week
The. Bonstel

bpi

Company,

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

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In a play of life

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MRS. PEARL
LANDERS
OR
LOWERS w
PHONE 294
213 E. LIBERTY ST.
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Maj estic

308 S. STATE ST.

'YES OR. NO"

ti-3:30- 7-8:30

Today - Tomorrow

Fred

Sto

One of the most unusual conceptions ever offered th
ater-goers. Comedy, Romance, Humanity, and Pathos race ni
and neck. Happiness-the running-mate of, Romance, winn

SHUBERT
A R R odARICK
Nights, 25; o0,

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GERALDINE

FARRAR

- in -

,:.
Follow ont
PIQE D STONE ;.,Johnny Get your Gun"
AnArCI AF1T picture
o rThe ¬ęPeppiest" Picture of the season

'THE

STRONGER

That was in the company{
mother, Mrs. John Drew,;
ville in "The ivals.'

of her grand-
as Julia Mel-

VOW,

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TODAY and

TOMORROW
Also Katzenjammer Kids Car-

toon and Bruce Scenic.

Charles ay has just completed a
photoplay under the title of "Whistl-
ing Jim," in which he has to appear
as a prize-fighter. After many stren-
uous rounds in the arena, the scenes
were seured and Charles Ray is still
safe and sound. He had the distinc-
tion of boxing, during the production
with such famous fighters as Al Kauff-
man, Cliff Jordan, Ray K. Kirkwood,
and Jimmie Fortney.
Conscientious Objectors Released
London, May 31-Conscientious ob-
jectors in increasing numbers are
being released from English prisons
but there are still about 500 Quakers
and other objectors to military serv-
ice who are working out hard-labor
sentences.

AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA

ADULTS 20c
CILDREN 6c

IN-\44IrOVA 4in

Romance and Rings" DREWS
Adults 29c Including Tax Children 10c

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TUESDAY AND WEINESPAY

NAZIMOVA in "The Red Lantern"

TUESDAY--ONE DAY ONLY

TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT THE BOX OFFICE

Mabel Normand in "MICKEY"

Rmnt a KoGah ie4ay of
Opea 9: 86 to 4:50-Mv

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