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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919

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M AJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S':ws Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
ETHEL CLAYTON in
A Woman's Weapons
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
Don't Change Your Husband
also "Fatty" *Arbuckle in "Camping Out'
AA
Shows at 300 7oo; 8:3
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Sat-15-Earle Williams in "The Highest
Trump," and Big-V Comedy, "Pluck
and Plotters."
Sun-Mon-16- 17-Pauline Frederick in
"The Woman on the Index" and
"Smiling Bill" Parsons in "You Know
What I Mean."
Tues-18--Carlyle Blackwell in "Love in
a Hurry;" Mutt and Jeff Cartoon, "The
Lion Tamer," and Current Events.
Matinees
GARRICI 1* Wednesday and
DETROIT I Saturday
GRACE CEORCE in
,,She Would "and She Did"

AT THE THEATERS
AT THE ARCADE
Earle Williams thoroughly enjoys'
and film fans enjoy him most in de-
tective and secret service roles where
romance and mystery abound. For
this reason, Mr. Williams took pen in
hand and collaborated with H. H. Van
Loan in writing "The Highest Trump"
in which he will appear Saturday,
March 15, at the Arcade theater. In
the dual role of twin brothers, the star
is supplied with a role that gives him
wonderful opportunities and never
misses a chance to register. Grace
Darmond is said to. be a delightful
heroine in the support of Mr. Wil-
liams.
Pauline Frederick makes her ap-
pearance' tomorrow and Monday at
this theater in her first Goldwyn pro-
duction, "The Woman on the Index,"
from the great.New York stage suc-
cess by Lillian Trimble Bradley and
George Broadhurst.
oDme On Dad
Watch for Date of Ticket Sate

SEVEN OPERAS REMAIN
INII DETROIT'S PROGRAMI

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Come On Dad.
Watch for Date of Ticket Sate
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Whitney-"Old Lady 31," with
Effie Ellsler.

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Store on the

Detroit, March 14.---Seven operas re-i
main in Detroit's portion of the Chi-
cago Grand Opera repertoire whichk
came here for a week's engagement,
beginning Friday, at the Arena gar-;
dens.
The complete repertory and castst
are as follows:
Saturday matinee, "Madame Butter-
fly," Conductor, Guiseppe Sturani.
Libretto by L. Illica and G. Giacoso,
music by Puccini. Cast: Tamaki
Miura, Irene Pavloska, Forrest La-
mont, August de Bouilliez, Vittorio
Trevisan, Desire Defrere, Ludovico
Oliviero, Constantin B. Landesman.
Saturday evening, March 15.--"Cav-
aleria Rusticana," Conductor, Guiseppe
Sturani. Libretto by G. Targioni-Toz-
zetti and G. Menasci. Music by Mas-
cagni. Cast: Rosa Raisa, Alessandro
Dolci, Anna Corenti, Alfred Maguenat,
Irene Pavloska.
"Pagliacci." Words by Leoncavallo.
Cast: John O'Sullivan, Myrna Sharlow,
Riccardo Stracciari, Ludovico, Olivero,
Desire Defrere.
Monday evening, March 17-'"Thais.''
Conductor, Cleofonte Campanini. Lib-
retto by Gallet, based on the novel of
Anatole France, music by Massenet:
Cast: Mary Garden, ohn O'Sullivan,
Georges Baklanoff, Gustave Huber-,
deau, Irene Pavloska, Alma Peterson,
Maria Claessens, Constantin Nico-E
lay.
Tuesday evening, March 18--"Romeo
and Juliet," Conductor, Marcel Char-
bier. Libretto after Shakespeare by
Barbier and Carre; music by Gounod.
Cast: Auguste Boulilliez, Yvonne Gall,
Octave Dua, John O'Sullivan, Alfred
Maguenat, Irene Pavloska, Vittorio
Arimondi, Gustave Huberdeau, Maria
Claessens, Desire Defrere.
Wednesday evening, March 19.-"Il
Trovatore," Conductor, Guiseppe Stu-
rani. Libretto by S. Cammarano, mu-
sic by Verdi. Cast: Rosa Raisa,
Emma Noe, Giacomo Rimini, Alessan-
dro Dolce, Cyrena Van Gordon, Vir-
gillio Lazzari, Octave Dua, B. Lan-
desman, Guiseppe Minerva.
Thursday evening, March 20.-"Car-
men," Conductor, Cleofonte Cam-
panini. Libretto after the novel of
Prosper Merimee, by H. Meilhac and
L. Halevy, music by Bizet. Cast:
Gustave Huberdeau, Charles Fon-
taine, Desire Defrere, Mary Garden;
Alma Peterson, Irene Pavloska,
Georges Bakalanoff, Myrna Sliarlow,
Florence MacBeth, Constantin Nico.
lay, Octave Dua, Eugene Corenti, Syl-
via Tell.

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Arcade-Earl Willia
Highest Trump."
Wuertl - Billie
"Hoop-La."
Orpheum - Edith
"Sue on the South."

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Majestic - Ethel Clayton
"Women's Weapons."

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Shubert-Garrick- Detroit- All
Week-"She Would and She Did."

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* "Old Lady 31."
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March 15-

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SCOTT COOPER, WHO PLAYS A
LEADING ROLE IN "OLD LADY
31," WHICH COMES TO THE
WHITNEY MATINEE AND NIGHT,
SATURDAY, MARCH 15.

Campus that tries
Harder to please
Or
Appreciates your
Patronage more
Than

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SCHOOLMASTER'S CLUB
TO MEET HERE APRIL

TO-DAY ONLY

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AT THE WHITNEY
Scott Cooper, who plays the role of
an "old salt" in Rachel Crothers' com-
ely "Old Lady 31," which comes to
the Whitney theater for matinee and
evening performances Saturday,
March 15, is said to be the most fam-
ous actor of marine roles on the Am-
erican stage. In "Old Lady 31,"
land skipper of the clipper ship days.
Among the many notable produc-
tions he has appeared in are Wil-
liam Hodge's "The Road to Happi-
ness," "Ready Money," "Paid in Full,"
"The Virginian," and a score of oth-,
ers, all but three being the original
New York companies.
The "Old Lady 31" company goes
from Ann Arbor to Detroit where it is
booked for the Shubert-Garrick the-
ater.
National A. A. U. swimming cham-
pionship will be held at the D. A. C.
March 29.

BILLIE RHODES in
j"H61OOP-LA"
A circus from start to finish
Also.
An "Outing' and Comedy
SUNDAY-MONDAY
MRS. CHARLIE CHAPUN
-in -
"For Husbands Only"
COMING
Hearts of Humanity
ORPH EUM
TODAY
EDITH ROBERTS in
SUE OF THE SOUTH
Also News and Comedy.
"The Beautiul Liar"
Marguerite Clark in
"LITTE MISS HOOVER"
COMING
ETHEL CLAYTON in
AWoman's Weapons

BUSY BEE

fS1ORT TERM INSTITUTE FOR
EDUCATORS IN EFFECT AT
SAME TIME
Five members of the University fac-
ulty are on the program for the
Schoolmasters' club which will hold
its annual convention here April 1,
2, and 3.
Prof. F. N. Scott will speak on "Fam-
iliar Classical Quotations," Prof. A. E.
R. Boak will talk on the subject of
"A Dangerous Interpretation of Ro-
man History," Prof. Campbell Bonner
will deliver a brief course of talks
on Greek religion, and Profs. A. R.
Crittenden and J. H. Drake will speak
on "Roman Law in Modern Life and
Education."
In addition to the local speakers an
orientalist will give a series of lec-
tures on "Ancient Oriental Civiliza-
tion."
During the same days of this con-
vention there will be an annual meet-
ing of the Short Term institute for
state principals, superintendents and
supervisors. The speakers for this
convention will be Dr. Guy M. Whip-
ple of Carnegie Institute of Technolo-
gy in Pittsburgh, and Pres. H. W.
Suzzaloo of the University of Wash-
ington.
The Classical club will present a
comedy on April 3 translated and
adapted from the Latin manuscript
in Universiay hall for those in attend-
ance at the conventions.
Advertise in The Daily.--Adv.

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313 S. State

Phone 13

Last Times Today
ETHEL CLAYT~ON'

ARCADE
TODAY.
Earle Williams, Srace Darmond

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Was this beautiful woman
still being trailed?
No! The stare of suspicion van-
ished and the voices of accusation
were forever silenced, for she
WON the struggle for the right
to live and love and she trapped
those who would sacrifice her
honor.

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Who is this woman?
What had she done?

"The
Highest Trump"

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NEW WHITNEY SaturdayI
MATINEEand NIGHT MA RCH1H
SEE IT BEFORE DETROIT.

iA W oa1 /8 W o She could fascinate another woman's 'husband in
the evening, but once she was asked to stay all
night and get breakfast in the morning. What
a sight.
Tomorrow-Jonday- Tuesday
Cecil B. Demille's

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His twin brother
left a dying request
that he take his
place in the world--
The man did so
andbecame involv-
ed in the strangest
set of adventures
that ever befell a
man.

PRODUCTION

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EARLE WILLIAMS
in Vit -graph Star Seri:. PTease
"TIlE hIGREST TR C - i -'

Tomorrow--Monday
PAULINE FREDERICK in
Her first Goldwyn production
"The Woman on The Index"
A THRILLING DRAMA OF THE WOM 4N WHO TRAPPED THE TRAPPERS

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NEW YORK ROCKED WITH LAUGHTER
FOR SIVEN MONTHS -BOSTON
FOLLOWED SUIT " FRESH FROM
"TEN JOYFUL WEEK'S [N
CHICAGO.
SAME CAST AND
SAME PRODUCTION
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CLANER CODY
lZS NEVER BEFW
PRICES: Night 30c $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00
Pop. Matinee, Lower Floor $1.00. Balcony 50c and 76c

Your Husband"
Which is worst, a wife's uncombed hair or a husbands
unshaved face? Which would you rather see, a faded
kimona or a coatless, bedraggled man? Cecil B. De-
Mille "stripped the four walls from married life" in
'Old Wives for New." Here he is again, but this time
the husband "gets his." The man who "trimmed the
market" wouldn't trim his beard--and it cost him his
wife. Don't you neglect this great domestic drama.
ADDED FEATURE
Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle in "Camping Out"
Children 10c including war tax--Adults 25c

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Wednesday--May Allison in Tuesday--Carlyle Blackwell in
"Love in a Hurry" "in for Thirty Days"

Two Extra Matinees at 4:30 and 5:45, every
Friday, Saturday and SundY

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COMING

Anita Stewart "A Midnight Romance"

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