AT THE THEATERS
News From The Other Colleges
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Majestic-Mme. Olga Petrova in.
"The Panther Woman."
C A D E
'U at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Arcade - Alice Brady in "The
Hollow of Her Hand."'
Woman Strikes.' '
in "When a
I in "Blackie's Red4
V Comedy, "Hum
rom Moore in "One of
d "Smiling Bill" Parsons
Orpheum - Dorothy
:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
5-6--JANE GREY in "When
Strikes" and L-Ko Comedy,
gt Turk." Current Events.
LIE RHODES in "The Love
ews and Comedy. -
8-9 -TAYLOR HOLMES in
y a two-reel Charlie Chap-
aR RIA]-mTr ,
Bonstelle company in "Yes or,
Emily Powell, '19, will give the first
graduation recital this year of the Un-
iversity School of Music at 4:15
o'clock Thursday afternoon, June 12,
in Hill auditorium when she will play
on the Frieze Memorial organ.
On the program will be the follow-
Symphony, No. 6 ...... . ..... Widor
Allegro; Cantabile; Finale-Vivace
Prelude and Fugue in D Major ..Bach
Choir de Sune ....... ...Karg-Elert
Symphonic league of the University
School of Music has elected the fol-
lowing officers for next year. Presi-
dent, Esther Hotchkiss; vice-presi-
dent, Lavinia Boone; secretary, Irene
Schultz; treasurer, Winifred Dicken-
by the Jessie Bonstelle company as its
offering for the coming week.
,"Why Marry" was awarded the Co-
lumbia university Pulitzer prize as
the best play produced during 1917.
The play is from the pen of Jesse
Lynch Williams, a popular novelist,
and offers 'great opportunities to sev-
eral of the Bonstelle company.
The story centers around a young
girl who has fixed ideas about mar-
riage, who believes that love is the
only basis for marriage and that love
without marriage is more honorable
than a marriage without love. She is
unable to convince her selfish rela-
tives of her right to choose for her-
self according to her own ideas and
finally decides to cast aside conven-
tion. However, an elderly member of
the family understands Per and in an
ingenious manner brings about a mar-
riage for love.
"Why Marry" will make you laugh,
it will make you think, it will make
you agree and disagree with the au-
thor, but above all it will entertain
you as few plays have. It represents
play construction and dialogue at its
best and it swerves just enough from
the beaten path of the bromidic to
tingle with keen, satirical humor. The
usual Tuesday,. Thursday, and Satur-
day ipatinees will be given .
Use the ay to reach the students.
four thousand students read it evory
Calfornia- A senior extravaganza
will be presented at the University of
California next week. The program
inculdes a Bolshevik chorus of seven-
Northwestern-A step has been tak-
en by the school of dratory at the
Northwestern university to introduce
a new department which will augment
and perfect the oratory course for
future students along this line. The
new department is a four-year course
leading to a Bachelor's degree and to
a special diploma from the school of
oratory, the "Graduate in Speech
Arts." The new arrangement virtually;
takes the four years of' liberal arts,
work and the one year of oratory and.
crowds them into four, making a de-
finite saving of time for the student.
Harvrd- Compulsory athletics for
freshmen, beginning next year, has
been adopted at Harvard.
Harvard-By a vote of the faculty
of arts and sciences, hereafter every
student, unless he is concentrating in
the natural sciences or mathematics,
Americans Examine Delgian Business
Brussels June 5.-American visit-
ors are arriving every day to exam-
ine commercial and financial opportu-
nities here. American bankers are
taking an interest in the work of re-
construction. One big New York trust
company already has opened an office
Sweden Hard Hit by Flu
* Stockholm, June 5.-Deaths from in-
fiuenza in Sweden totalled 27,000 dur-
ing 1918 according to official figures
Sweden's population on January 1,
totalled 5,813,850, an inc'rease of only
13,000 or 2.25 per thousand the lowest
recorded since 1892.
must, at the close of his college course,
take an examination on his field of
concentration. This will greatly in-
crease the number of men taking the
divisional or departmental examina-
tions, as previously they were given
only in the fields of history, govern-
ment, literature and economics.
Illinois-By a vote of 2,833 to 215,
students of the University of Illinois
expressed Tuesdaytheir willingness
to accept the honor system for final
examinations. It is expected that fol-
lowing the final approval of the "coun-
cl of administration," plans for put-
ting the system into use in the examin-
ations for this quarter will be immed-
ATTENTION, STUDENTS! .
The school year is nearly over. Be-
fore deciding your summer work, let
us explain our pleasant and remu-
nerative work to you. We can use
only live wires. WRITE NOW to Ful-
ler, care of Mich. Daily, for particu-
LAST TIMES TODAY
By George Barr McCutche
Also Christie Comedy
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Also Big-v Comedy
"Humbugs and Husband
TOM MOORE ii
"One o the Fines
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AT THE ARCADE
a, 8:30, 10
) with a N
"J IAlice Brady has had many an emo-
tional role but it is said that 'her work
in "The Hollow of Her Hand" stands
considerably above all that she has
reached in her previous pictures. It
TRE is the story of the eternal triangle'
0:00 with a different twist. Through its
"Battling ,sheer dramatic force and startling de-
Comedy. velopmients it makes the spectator
n "Venus grip his seat. It will be shown for
News and the last times today.
kCKWELL .Tomorrow Bert Lytell will appear
and Ford in "Blackie's Redemption," another
of the "Blackie" stories :by Jack
Boyle, which ran in the Red Book
'magazine. Alice Lake ii 'the leading
COCA-COLA is a perfect answer
to thirst that no imitation can satisfy.
Coca-Cola quality, recorded in the
public taste, is what holds it abpve
Demand the genuine by full name
-nicknames encourage substitution.
THE COCA-COLA CO.
iy Marry," one of the most
nt corhedies of the past dec-
Lnd the last play in which Nat
rin appeared, has been chosen
Cercle Francais Elects Officers
Officers for the coming year were
elected by the Cercle Francais at a
meeting held Tuesday, June 13. They
are as follows: President, Lawrence
Seltzer, '20; vice-president, Kathryn
Glass, '20; treasurer, Lee Woodruff,
'21; secretary, Nora Wilson, '21.
To mo rrow
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"Sally's Blighted Career"
:roine of Leroy Scott's Stories of New York Night Life
it Lyne with Variations" Sennett Comedy