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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1918.

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VUERTHI
iay, Tomorrow,

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Priscilla Dean
- in -
Kiss or Kill
Also 'showing a six-act
Vaudeville Reel and Two-
Reel Comedy
Behind the Front.
COMING SATURDAY
Bllile Rhodes In Hoop-La
ORPHEUM
TODAY TOMORROW
Mary Mctaren in "Secret Marriage"
Also News and Comedy.
'"PLEASZ HIT ME"
SUND "W
Marpuerite Clark in
'Little Miss Hoover"
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
Adv.

I . S.PERMITS RENEWAL OF+**********.
NEGLECTED LIFE INSURANCE *
AT THE THEATFERS
Ex-soldiers and sailors who intend- * S
ed to keep up their government in- *
surance, but neglected to pay several * S
premiums now have the opportunity" TODAY
of renewing their policies.
Neglected premiums must be paid, * -
and a physical examination taken by *"
the applicant. Communications should * ilajeste-B~ryant Washburn in*
be addressed to the Bureau of War * "The Gipsy Trail." y=
RikIsrne ahntn .Cxfor directions and, the proper blanks. * Arcade-Alla Nazimova in "An*
____________________* Eye fr an Eye."
Martha Washington Candies fresh *___
every Friday. Tice's Drug Store. -Ad. * itirtl-Pr'iscilla Dean in "Kiss
*or Kill." *
For service and results try a Daily
Want Ad.-Adv. * Orpileuni - Mary McLaren in
*"Secret Marriage."*
* Shuibert-tarrick- Del roit-- All*
S * Week---"She Would and She Did."
U1 Dtges - *letroit Oera ouse o teCam- '
pus-All kwe-"h*1t hi.
c°* Whitney, Saturday, March 15-
The fine u ni-s * "Old Lady 31."
form texture.* * * * * * ***
and unusual
wearing qual- A H HTE
i t Y O f t h e ® Although Rachael Crother's comedy,
1 d ma L ~"Old Lady 31," which comes to the
lead, m k e Whitney for matinee and evening
S performances Saturday, March 15, is
! often considered a play of old age;
AUI A there is the spirit of youth in every
line, the kind of youth that does not
Eli die with old age.
Ut/e master drau'i~pe C posed of elderly characters, there is
cleverly woven into the plot a minor
love story of the two young people
more e c - -in the cast, Mary and John, played
in or e e C0 -by Hazel Sexton and"'Irving Mitchell.
nomical than The production "comes here follow-
the aV e a eing its run in rChicago, and goes from
the aveagehere direct to the Shubert-Garrick,
lower priced Detroit.
penc~~il.A VIE ARCADE
Mr. Rothapfel of the Rialto and
-_ ,___Rivoli theaters, New York, after see-
at al sazi~ ersing Nazimova in "An Eye for an Eye,"
at al satio erswhich will be shown at the Arcade
today and tomorrow, made the follow-
ing statement: "I -want to compli-
ment you upon having one of the best
______________________________pictures I 'have seens in a long time.

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COMMERCE CLUB I
INITIATES 16 MEN I
A banquet, featured with a splen -I
did menu' and four good speakers,
was served to members of the Comn-
merce club at Joe Parker's last night
after the initiation of 16 new men into
the' organization.
Speeches by Prof. I. L. Sharfman,.
Prof, F. P. Clark, C. A. Towler, '19,
and S. W. Sedgwick, '19, comprised the.
program. The following are the names
of the men who were made membersI
last night:
H. IA Caverly, '19; S. W. Sedgwick,
'19; J. M. Bailey, '20; F. 1D. Carroll,
'20; A. Friedman, '20; R. A. Forsythe,
'20; J. Gabell, '20; F. H. Hiss, '20;.L.
Lansborough, '20; P. A. Lawvrence, '20;
K. Petrie, '20; J. A. Pottinger, '20;H.
3. Roussin, '20; R. C. Smith, '20;. D
M4. Thompson, '20, and K. Velde, '20.
Daily advertisers give service. ---Av
Daily want ads bring results
"Don't Change i
B Your Husband" I

MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S ::ws Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
Bryant Washburn
"T HE GYPSY TRAIL"
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
ETHEL CLAYTON
A Woman's Weapons
jHer name wasn on the index -the
little brown tab that poinsted to a
chapter ot crime.
She was hunted by men and
s tanted by women. Cold,
plee ciug eyes trailed he*
e: v e r y, move; sneering,-
t.'uniing voices leaped .up
like a bolt in the night and
bellowed: " There is the
wioman, She Is the guIlty
one!l"
Who is this WomanP What did she doP
WATCH THIS SPACE
A RC AD E
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 23x6-M
Tb urs- Fri-1 3-1 4--ime. Alta Nazimova
in "AnEye for an Eye;" Christie Com-
edy, "Why Husbands Flirt," and Ford
WVeekly.
Sat-15-Earle Williams in "The Highest
'Trump," and Big-V Comedy, "Pluck
and Plotters.''
Sun- Mon- 16-1 7-Pauline Frederick in
"Tic~e Woman on the Index" and
"Smiling Bill" Parsons in "You Know
What I Mean."

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GARRICK
!DETROIT

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Matinees
Wednesday and
Saturday

HAZEL SEXTON AND IRVING
MITCHELL IN "OLD LADY 31,"
COMING TO THE WHITNEY,
MATINEE AND NIGHT, -SATURD-
DAY, MARCH 15.

GRACE GEORGE in°
She Would and She Did"

I WHAT'S GOING ON

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kije&tic
2, 3:30, 7,8:30

Last Times Today

Bryant Washburn

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TeGypsyTril
She wanted to be eloped, with. Simply longing for it.
So when the stars were out and the moon as big as a
hat box Bryant Washburn grabbed the lovely burden,
and- Why don't you see the prcture, anyway?

His First Step"-

Sennett Comedy

Tomorrow-Saturday
ETHEL CLAYTON
"A Woffal's, WeapOlls
The wife had her nerve to get the vampire to come and
stay with them, knowing her husband was in love with
this cigarette artist. Then the wife fell sick, (?) on pur-
pose, and left dear old vamp to cook and mend for hub-
by, whereupon cupid flew the coop.
Sunday-Three Days

It will lend itself to a wonderful
presentation and I am sure will be a
great boxf-office attraction also. Mine.
Nazimova is a revelation and her per-
sonal performance has not been sur-
passed upon the screen. I am look-
ing forward with pleasure to its pre-
sentation at the Rivo ii."
Due to the countless other endorse-
ments by others who have seen or
shown this picture, the Arcade man-
agement has no hesitancy in recom-
mending it to the limit, and believes
it without doubt to be one of the fin-
est acted pictures it has shown.
If your eyes see realities of life,
which you have never dreamed of,
would you give yourself up to the
spell and let your imagination also
be enthralled? To experience wonder-
ful adventure, love and intrigue see
the superb work of NAZIMOVA IN
"EYE FOR EYE" at The Arcade to-I
day and tomorrow.-Adv.
PAUL'S Place-'Shoes repaired.-Ad.
NEW WHITNI
MATINEE and NIGI
SEE IT BEFO1
PRICS CICAO
Pop Mtiee Lwe F

TODAY
4 :00-_ Irof. IL L. Sharfutan meets those
interested in the National City Bank
scholarships in room 102 Economics
building.
6:00-Citizens' League supper at
the Presbyterian church.
7:00-Zionist circle of Michigan Me-
norah society meets in red room of
Lane hall.
7:15--Members of the Saginaw club
hold their first meeting of this semes-
ter in the new Union.
7:30-Glee club tryouts at IUn ver-
sity School of Music. Tenors needed.
7 :30-(-Grls' Educational club meets
with Agnes True at 1020 S. Univer-
sity.
7:30-Business meeting of the cam-
pus Students' club at K. of C. hall on
the corner of Huron and Division
streets.
8 :00-1lterature circle of Michigan
Menorah society meets in red room of
Lane hall.
S5:00-Al-G7reen party at the Metho-
dist church.
U-NOTICES
Freshmnen engineers selling tickets
for the smoker report from 8 to 12
Saturday morning in room 348, Engi-
neering building.
Students read The Daily.-Adv.
Come On Dad
Watch for Date of Ticket Sale

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7A Saturday1
HlT MARCH
ARE DETROIT

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THE GREA'T

Naz~~~iNmol*,"
"AN EYE FOR ANEYE'
From Henry Kistemlaecker 's maroel drama L 'Occident

Today. and Tomorrow

N A Z T, M 0 V A
She startled the world In "Revelation."
She went beyond her own triumphs In "Toys
of Fate," proving herself entirely different, to-
tally distinctive and wonderful beyond any com-
parison as the supreme picture artist of the
world."'
She rises higher In her newest and, to date,
best production, "AN EYE FOR AN EYE"'-Seven
acts that portray every human emotion and
thrill to the point of bewilderment.
T. D. SORIERO, Mgr. PARK THEATRE, BOSTON, says, "We
cannot take care of the people. It is the beat picture of the
season."
E. E. BOSTWICK, Mgr. THLE MERRILL, MILWAUKEE, says,
",Nazimova is. certainly the biggest star In pictures today,
anb the production Is beyond all expectations."
Two Extra Matinees at 4:30 and 5:45 each

Cecil B. Demille's

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"Don't

Change

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Your Husband"

Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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