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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'' DNI2SDAY, JANUARY 15, 1918.
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EPH BONNET, FRENCH ORGAN IST, WHO WILL PLAY AT HILL
AUDITORIUM NEXT SATURDAY.

55 Senior Medics
Leave in March
The seniors of the Medical school
this year will graduate in March in-
stead of June, and there will be no
medical students graduating in June
in the regular graduation.
The reason for this is that the med-
ical seniors began their course last
June and the nine months of prepara-
tion previous to graduation will be
completed about March 20.
This is the first year this has been
done, and probably the last, for the
war, department requested that 'the
medical seniors be graduated as soon
as possible in order that they might
take up medical work in the war. Fif-
ty-five will graduate in March.
GRO TP OF WAR PICTURES
ON EXHIBITION AT LIBRARY
Through the state library at Lan-
sing, the University has been able to
secure a series of war pictures. These
pictures, 25 in number, are now on
exhibition'in the circulating room on
the first floor of the library build-
ing, where they will remain for 'wo
weeks.
The pictures are official photo-
graphs of the American advance in
the battle of Argonne, of tanks (er-
man prisoners, and views of Verdun.
This is the second of the series of
groups, taken by the pictorial section
of the historical branch of the War
Plans division. After leaving the Uni-
versity library, the pictures will be
taken to the Ann Arbor Public libra-
ry, where they will, remain for two
weeks before being sent to other parts
of the state.
Former Michigan Woman Killed
Mrs. Patrick Doherty, '08, of Flint,
who was better known here as Ade-
laide Kingsley, died Sunday morning
as a result of the Michigan Central
accident near Aurora, New York.
Mrs. Doherty was a member of Ccl-
legiate Sorosis and of the Comedy
club.
Daily advertising is profitable.--Adv.

Hostess of Fraternity Dies
Mrs. J. N. Dexter, of Ann Arbor,
died yesterday morning at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. W. M. Gros-
vener, in New York city, according
to a telegram received here yester-
day. Mrs. Dexter was the hostess of
the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity
house for many years.
Aviation Lieutenant Returns to School
Flight Lieut. George E. Rogers, U.
S. Aviation, returned Monday to take
up his studies at the University. Pre-
vious to his discharge Lieutenant Rog-
ers had a year of flying as a pilot at
Chanute, Carlstrom, and Dorr aviation
fields.
Advertise in The Daily.-Adv.

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hubert-Garrick, Detroit-"Par-
Bedroom, and Bath."
ajestic-Sessue Hayakawa in
e Bravest Way," alsp nnshine
tedy.
rcade-Hale Hamilton in ,"$5,-
an Hour." Current Events,
M/Iutt and Jeff cartoon, "Side

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When the little drama opens, Ta-
mura and Watana, two young Japan-
ese, are living in ,America. Watana
has just sent for his wife and kid-
dies, and Tamura dreams of the day
when he will be a landscape garden-
er and have enough money to marry.
He is in love with Nume Rogers, a
pretty Japanese-American girl, who
teaches Jap children at a kindergar-
ten nearby.
Watana is murdered on the day his
wife and children arrive and Tamura
sacrifices himself for his friend, puts
his desire in the background, and of-
fers to care for the loved ones of his
dead friend. Because they all live
in one house, and haven't money
enough to afford separate houses,
people tell Tamura that he must mar-
ry Sat-su and he does it in the sac-
rificial spirit.
Nume is heartbroken at this unex-
pected disclosure. She goes away,
studies voice culture, and becomes a
famous singer. When she returns
Tamura saves her from a man who
is trying to force himself on her. She
goes to the house where Tamura and
Sat-su live. ' Sat-su is fatally ill, but
before she dies she explains to Nume
Tamura's real reason for marrying
her.1
"Mongrels," said by many to be the
best comedy ever turned out by the
makers of the famous Sunshine com-
edies will also be shown. "Virtuous
Wives" will be the attraction for three

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Wuerth-Mitchell Lewis in'
gn Invincible. Six parts.
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heum - Elsie Ferguson in
Danger Mark." Second epi-
William Duncan in "A Fight
Millions."

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AT THE MAJESTIC
Hayakawa will be the at-
at the Majestic theater to-
tomorrow in his latest Para-
?icture, "The Provest Way."

MAJESTIC
2-830-7-8:80
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
TODAY AND TOMORROW
.SESSUE HAYAKAWA
"THE BRAVEST WAY"
SUNSHINE COMEDY
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
DOROTHY DALTON
"VIVA LA FRANCE"

THE ~ANN iAOR DRESS

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Shows at
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SESSUE
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IN The
Bravest Way

A ARCADE
Shows at 3:00 7 oo; 8:30
Phones
Theatre, 296-M Mgr a Res., 2316-M
wed-15-Hale Hamilton in $sooo an
hour," Current Events, and Mutt
and Jeff Cartoon, "Side Show."
Thu-Fri-x-z 7-Mice Brady in "The
Death Dance, and Christie Comedy,
"Are Second Marriages Happy?"
Sat-i 8-Farle Williams in "The Man
Who Wouldn't Tell," and Big-V
Comedy, "Roots and Riots."
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WuerthTheater
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
.: Tues-Wed-14-x5-Mitchell Lewis in =
"The Sign Invisible." Six parts. Pro-
duced by Edgar Lewis, the man who
made "The Barrier." Also Comedy
Thur-Fri-x6-x7-Margarita Fisher in
"The Mantle of Charity." Also Com-
S edy.
OrpheumTheater
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY ,
=Wed-x 5-Elsie Ferguson in "TheC
Danger Mark." Second E pisode,
William Duncan in "A Fight for.
:Millions." -
lThur-Fri-r6-17-Pete Morrison in
"Love's Pay Day." Also 2-reel
L-K oComedy.
Sat-18-Edith Roberts in "Set Free." =
Also News and Comedy.
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DETROIT ISaturday
THE JOYOUS FARCE
PARLOR, BEDROOM ANDOBATH
SPECIAL NEW YORK CAST

THE ANN ARBOR PRESS will issue its well-known
CALENDAR again this year, notwithstanding the fact that
most wall calendars have been withdrawn during the war
period. THE PRESS Calendar never appears before
about the 15th of January, as it is impossible to get the im-
portant information, that is a feature of the publication,
before that time.
The many friends of THE PRESS who in past years have
appreciated the information and had a good laugh at' the
short, sharp mottoes, will all receive their copy in about a
week.
The usual limited edition of 500 copies is being printed,
and the calendar is not meant for general distribution.-'

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Greatest Picture in which Sessue Haya-
kawa has yet appeared.

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Latest Sunshine Comedy

FRIDAY and SATURDAY
"iva La
loroty n France"
oohy u i i 0Of
Coming Sunday for Three Days
nita Stewart,VirtuousWives

THE ANNARBOR PRESS

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