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16 OTH ARRIVE IN
LArfi FOR PRESERVATION
aising, Mich, June 2.-The battle
a and standards of the 119th Field
.llery regiment of the 32nd divi-
, made up almost entirely of
bigan men and one 'of the organi-
ons which acquired considerable
e on the western front n France,
e been received in Lansing and
to be preserved. Col. Walter G.
:ers,quartermaster general of Mich-
a, has received the colors and sug-
:ed that cases for their preserva-
, such as shield the colors of the
o's civil war regiments, be pro-
IAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
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News From The Other Colleges
Western Normal-A blind girl wbo
has com'lleted her course at Western
Normal, Kalamazoo, has secured a
position to each seeing children next
year. Despite 'the fact that she is de-
prived of sight she has completed her
work at Western with distinct honor,
and has participated in all the school
activities with the same keen interest
that has characterized the work of
her fellow students, and now has re-
received her appointment at her own
request, since she much prefers to
teach children who can see.
Cornell-Reduced railroad rates
are to be in effect for graduates re-
turning for the semi-Centenial celebra-
tion at Cornell, it has been announc
ed. 'Alumni returning will get round
trip railroad tickets for two-thirds of
the regular price, paying full fare to
come to Ithaca, but will receive a tick-
et there entitling them to one-third of
the regular price for return.
Furdue-The Y. M. C. A. carnival is
to be the last student festivity of the
year at Purdue. The "Y" carnival will
typify "Ye old time country carnival"
every single feature. of the produc-
tion being worked out in every detail
Shows at 3:00;oo 7:; 8:3o
Theatre, a296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
AT THE THEATER."
Tues-Wed----4--Nazimova in "The Red
Lantern;" Star. Comedy, "Expert Elop-
er" and News Weekly. 30c. (Shows at
3:00, 7:00, 9:00).
Thug-Fri--8-6--Alice Brady in "TheHl
low of Her Hand;"Christie Comedy,
"O, Baby," and Ford Weekly.
Sat-7-Bert Lytel in "Blackie's Redemp-
tion" and Big-V Comedy, "Humbugs
in such a way as to intimate the
typical scenes of the old fashioned
country fair. A military tableau is tot
be one of the big features, rendered in
memory of Purdue men who served
during the war.
Mlnnesota-Eleven girls have signed
up to enter various events of the an-
nual swimming tournament to be held
at Minnesota. There is a list of ten
events, plung for distance, 20 yard
dash, 20 yard breast stroke, 20 yard
back stroke, 50 yard free style, diving
for objects, bobbing 20 yards, under-
water swin 20 yards, fancy swimming,
and fancy diving.
Yanks Lager For
Paris, June 2.-(Correspondence of
the Associated Press.)-Scores of
thousands of American soldiers eag-
erly have grasped the opportunity to
attend the schools which the army
now is providing for all the men of
the American Expeditionary Force,
under the direction of the Educational
Men in some cases are working
eight, ten, and twelve hours a day at
military duties and then studying at
night in the post schools, tired in body
but doggedly determined. . In some
cases they have voluntarily worked
at night so as to be alowed to attend
a lecture or school session in the
daytime. Illiterate men who havie
been taught to read and write often
ask permission to take ther dog-
earred primers home with them when
their divisions start for America.
Thousands of such men have been
started on the road to education in
the past few months.
Practicality is the key word of all
the educational courses. The soldier
is not going to school merely for the
"fun of it." 'He wants results that will
help him with his job back home and
he is getting them. Vocational train-
ing is an important and successful
feature of the post school and there
are few trades that are not taught in
some of them. In the academio
course, history, English and mathe-
matics hold the major places. If
there is sufficienit, demand for the
teaching of a given subject it is plac-
ed on the curriculum.
SOCIAL DIRECTORS FOR
Oak Park. While in Ann Arbor she
will work for her doctor's degree.
Miss Brock comes to Alumnae resi-
dence from Saginaw high school. She
will assist Dr. R. T. Crane and will
work for her master's degree in the
Miss Lucy Elliott, present director
of Newberry, will resumeher teach-
ing in Detroit next year., Mrs. Mar-
garet Wallace ofAlumnae reside 0
will rejoin her husband who has re-
cently returned from overseas.
We do our okn Copking and guarantee Courteous
Try our home-made Ties and Cakes
Open 6 A. M. to 12 P.
M. Saturday night until 2 A. M.
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2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Majestic - Mabel Normand
Arcade -Alla Nazimova in "The
Trap" with a Lloyd
the. Woods" and a
al feature, "Earth's
E GREY in "Whe.
Wuerth- Gladys Brockwell
"The Divorce Trap."
Orpheum - Corinne Griffith
"The Unknown Quantity."
-- COMING -
TAYLOR HOLMES in "TAXI"
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
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
Fri-6---DOROTHY GISH in "Battling
Jane" (Ret.) with a News and Comedy.
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op Kato. Mat.25-50
as. Thur. GARRICMat.-is-se
ad sat. DETROIT 50c and 75c
The Bonstelle Co.
"YES or NO"
Bonstelle company in "Yes. or
AT THE AROADE
"The Red Lantern" featuring Alla
Nazimova . will be the attraction it the
Arcade today and tomorrow. Nazi-
mova's work in this picture is said to,
surpass anything she has ever done
for the screen.
This distinguished Russian star in
"The Red Lantern" plays a dual role
the personalities of which are as
widely different as the poles. One is
Mahlee an Eurasian girl and the oth-
er is Blanche, her English half sister.
Mahlee is a brunette and. Blanche is
a blonde, and it is said that this is the
first time during Nazimova's career
that she has practiced the deception
of appearing as a blonde.
ist r~e q
Miss Hope Conklin, '10, of Ann Ar-
bor, has been appointed social direc-
tor of Helen Newberry residence for
next year. Miss Gertrude Brock, '17,
of Ionia will fill this position for
Alumnae residence. These appoint-
ments were made at recent meetings
of the board of governors of New-
berry and Alumnae residences.
Miss Conklin has had several years'
experience teaching in the high
schools of Ann Arbor, Houghton and
TODAY, AND TOMORROW
The Arcade naturally had to pay a high rental price for this splendid
tion, and therefore finds it necessary to slightly increase the price of ad
1 Adults 30c, Children 10c Shows at 3, 7 and 9
Mable Norman in
You will never forget her pranks, adventures, hardships,
loves and sorrows
"A Wornan of Impulse"
SEE THE. PERl L OF HAVING A DEAVTIFVL WIFE
"WELL I'LL BE"
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SVNDAY- 3 DAYS et R
ANITA STEWART In
"East Lynne, with Variaon