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THE MICHIGAN DAIL Y

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Grand Opening Night
of
"Come On Dad"
Wednesday, March 26

THE MICHIGAN DAILY DIRECTORY SUPPLEMENT
Below is a continued list of the new students who enrolled in the Univer-
sity the second semester. Additional nages will be orinted daily until
the names of all the new students are exhausted.

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w ich played an engagement at the
Whitney recently, comes to the Shu-
bert-Garrick, Detroit, for all of this
week.
Rachel Crothers, the author, has
written her story, finding fun in the
happy discovery that a happy group
of dear old women are much the same
in an old ladies' home as in the
nursery or the girls' boarding school.
Miss Ellsler is surrounded by the orig-
inal company which played so suc-
cessfully for seven months in New
York.
COMING DEBATE CAUSE FOR
RIVALRY BETWVEEN SOCIETIES

MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT

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* Majestic
* Husband."

- '"Don't Change Yo

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Carlyle Blackwell
and,

Evelyn Greeley

"love in

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a Hurry"

From the.Saturday Even-
ing Post Story
"A Huge, Black,
One-Eyed Man"
He Wasn't a Chamber-
maid in a Livery Stable,
but He was a Mule Tend-
er on a cattle boat. t
Charles Conant started
out seeking adventure.
It was not only adven-
ture, for they came so
fast he lost. count.
To add to the excite-
ment a girl had to pop up
and then OH--BOY! Why
tell the whole story?
Come and see it.
TOMORROW
May Allison in
"In For Thirty Days"
Are you in sympathy
wit h .a high-spirited,
laughter-loving Girl who
loves adventure and life?
Then see this picture.
Thursday and Friday
Constance Talmadge
Su N
"Sauce for the Goose"

Walker, Oakley C, '20E, 625 Haven. Worcester, Mass. 6929.
Walls. Arch, '19, 522 Monroe. Pontiac. 990-J.
Walls, Fred J, spec, 522 Monroe. Pontiac. 990-J.
Wallerstein, Mabel G, 1224 Washtenaw. La Porte, Ind. 670-J.
Ward, Henry T, '21E, 1021 E. Huron. Souix City, Ia. 481-R.
Ward, James P, '22E, 707 Oxford Road. Chicago, Ill. 357.
Warfel, Frederick L, '21, 314 N. Ingalls. 2220.
Warner, Beulah, '22, 807 Lawrence. Ann Arbor.
Warner, Chas S, '21E, 214 S. Division. Detroit. 2493.
Warren, Clark R, '22. Oak Park, Ill.
Washburn, Edward R,''22, 626 S. Division. Decatur. 1348-J.
Waskell, John P, 724 Tappan. Ludington. 1200-R.
Wassman, Norman W, '20L, 821 E. University. Bellaire, 0. 2738.
Waters, Dudley H, '21. Grand Rapids.
Watkins, George B, '20E, 910 E. Wash. Tunkhlannock, Pa 1170-R.
Watson, George W, '21, 900 S. State. Jackson. 2344-Rt
Watson, Henry H, '19. 1141 E. Ann. Saulte Ste. Maiie. 93-M.
Watson, Howard J, '22E, 803 S State. La Porte, Ind. 1370-J.
Watson, John C, '22, 408 Thompson. Cleveland, 0. 1741-W.
Watt, Alfred R, '21, 604 S. State. Kenilworth, Ill. 371.
Watts, John D, '21L, 721 St State. Detroit. 1855.
Weathers, Wilmer B, '21E, 707 Oxford Road. Indianapolis, Idi 357.1
Weber, Francis F, '22, 523 Mad'on. Detroit. 1755-W.
Weeber, Earl R, '20E, 439 S. Division. Grand Rapids. ' 1820-R.
Weisel, Lloyd H, '224 224 S. Thayer. Aledo, Ill. 1612-J.
Weiss, Henry L, '21, 815 E. Ann. Cleveland, 0. 1462-R.
Wenley, Archibald G, '20, 509 E. Madison. Ann Arbor. 801.
Wentworth, Frank R. Russell, Kans.
Wesley, Irwin, '22E, 910 E. Washington. Buchanan.- 1170-R.
Westbrook, Harry G, '22E, 1617 Washtenaw. Battle Creek. 1016.
Westcott, Brayton W, '20, 417 E. Huron. Kingsville, Ont. 1328.
Weston, Archie 'B, '19E, 720 S. State. Sault Ste. Marie. ,799-J.
Weyl, Pierce A, '20E, 705 Oakland. Sandusky, 0. 1510-R.
Wheeler, Bradner D, '20E, 806 E. Hill. Washington, D. C. 374.
Wheeler, Charles A, '21E, 549 S. State. London, Ont. 236.
Whitcher, Russell K, '20E, 904 Oakland Jackson. 652-M.
Whitcomb, Harold G,G '21, 607 E. Ann. Saginaw. 1175-J.
White, Don, K, '20E, 821 E. University. Alva, Okla. 2738.
White, Ezra L. Walkerville, Ont.
White, John A, '22, 602 Packard. Williamsburg. 1562-R.
Whitmarsh, Voctor L, '21E, 4 6 Hamilton Place. Detroit. 878-J.

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Arcade - Carlyle
"Love in a Hurry."

Shibort - Garrick - Detroit-
All week -- "Old Lady 31."

Orpheum - Shirley Mason
"Come On In."

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Detroit Opera House on the *
Campus -- All week - "Come on, *
Charley." *

Wuerth - Jane and Catherine
Lee in "Smiles."

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Rivalry between the freshmen of
the Alpha Nu and Adelphi societies
grows as spring vacation nears, for
the week preceding the holidays
marks the choosing of the teams for
the freshman campus debate which
will be held early in May.
Adelphi will hold tryouts on April
1, and Alpha Nu probably on April
4. It is probable that the winning
team will challenge the freshman
members of the Athena Literary so-
ciety.
Campus ) LuchI

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AT THE MAJESTIC

Blackwell

MAJESTIC
MAJESTC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S ws Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
Don't Charge Your Husband
also "fatty" Arbuckle in "Camping Out'
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY
Dorothy Cish in
"THE HOPE CHEST"
A R C ADE
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Tues-1---Carlyle Blackwell in "Love in
a Hurry," Mutt and Jeff Cartoon, "The
lion Tamer," and Current Events.
Witld-l9--May Allison in "In For Thirty.
Days;" Star Comedy, "Up the Flue,"
and Screen Telegram.
Thurs-Fri-20-21 - Contsance Talmadge
in "Sauce for the Goose;"'Christie
Comedy, "All Mixed Up," and Ford
Weekly.
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WUERTH THEATRE
:00, 3:30. 7:00. 8:30, 10:00
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Jane and Katherlne Lee In
"SMILES". Also a Lloyd and
Mutt & Jeff cartoon comedy
THURSDAY-FRIDAY
Doroiby Phillips in "The
Talk of the 'iown" with a
2-real L-KO Comedy "Call
the Cops" and a six-set'
Vaudeville Reel.
Coming-Hearts of Humanity
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
TODAY
Shirley Mason In "Corn.'on
In" with the 11 Episode of "A
Fight for Millions"
WEDNESDAY
Charles Way in "Playing The
Came"and'A Fight for Millions'
COMING
Don't Change Your Husband
Mat. Wed. GARRICK Night and
Best Seats ~Sat. fAat.
$1.30' DETROIT SOc to $2
LEE Eugel presemi.
the Sunshine Comedy
"OLD LADY p1"
by Rachel Crothers

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Cecil De Mille does not fail to live
up to his reputation for - elaborate
screen productions in his picture,
"Don't Change Your Husband," which
will be shown for the last time Tues-
day at the Majestic.
Although the situations and charac-
ters of the story are somewhat exag-
gerated, they serve to develop the au-
thor's theme. A young wife is sadly
distressed by her husband's growing
carelessness regarding dress, appear-
ance, and manners. Matters reach a
point where she is unable to stand it
longer, and she leaves him for a
supposedly better man. She discov-
ers her error, however, and as her
former husband has meanwhile be-
come aware of his faults and correct-
ed them, there is a reconciliation.
The staging of the photoplay is un-
usually effective and there are a num-
ber of striking scenes. The acting
bears out the high standard set by the
producer.
AT THE ARCADE
"Love in -a Hurry," in which Car-
lyle Blackwell and Evelyn Greeley are
the stars at the Arcade Tuesday,
March 18, is filled with all sorts of
exciting incidents, and is d pleas-
ing, entertaining story. The picture
was filmed from the Saturday Evening
Post story, "A Huge, Black, One-Eyed
Man," written by Kenyon Gambier.
May Allison will appear tomorrow
in "In for Thirty Days."
SHUBERT - GARRICK, DETROIT
"Old Lady 31," with Effie Ellsler,

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DETROIT OPERA HOUSE-ON-THE.
CAMPUS
There is one big feature in "Come-
On Charley," a satirizatign in three'
acts and five scenes, by George V.
Hobart, which is at the Detroit Opera
House-on-the-Campus for the balance
Latest Dance Steps
The next class in advanced dancing for
college men and women starts Wednes-
day evening at 7 p. m. in the Arcade
Dance Hail.
The course is for those who can already
dance, but wish to learn the newest
steps for the J-Hap, etc.
Private lessons if desired.
For particulars
CALL 1666-J

of this week. This is a prologue which
adds much to the surprises that make
up the evening.
Twenty-two characters are required
to portray the every-day people that
take part in the comedy, and the
four scenes include a lawyer's office,
a shoe store in Stamford, Conn., a
parlor of a suite Sin a distinguished
New York hotel, and a room in a
haunted house.
May Allison's picture, "Infor Thir-
ty Days," which comes to the Ar-
cade Wednesday, March 18, will be of
especial interest to the campus, since
the cast includes Rex Cherryman, ex-
'19, who has the part of a foreign no-
bleman. Cherrynaan has been rapidly
coming to the fore in the film world
and this is his first important part.

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SIX CONCERTS-MAY 14, 15, 16,17
FOUR DAYS OF MUSIC
SOPRANOS
ROSA PONSELLE
Prima donna Metropolitan Opera Company
ANNA FITYIV
Prima donna Chicago Opera Company
LOIS M. JOHNSON
The Pride of Detroit
CONTRALTOS,
LOVISE HOMER
Prima donna Metropolitan Opera Company
MERLE ALCOCK
Distinguished American Artist
MINERVA K MINARSKI
Splendid Polish Artist
TENORS
rEWNANDO CARFPI
Metropolitan and Chicago Opera Companies
ARTHVU HACKETT
American Artist of Note
BARITONES
EMILIO deGOGORZA
Eminent Spanish Artist
ROBERT R. DIETEKLE
An Ann Arbor Favorite
BASSES
ANDRES deSEGVROLA
Metropolitan Opera Company
GUSTAF HOLMQVIST
A Festival Favorite
INSTRUMENTALISTS
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH
Noted Spanish Conductor
CHARLES M. COVRBOIN
Belgian Organist
ORGANIZATIONS
CHWIAGO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
Frederick Stock, Conductor
CHORAL WORKS
VNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
"Faust" (Gounod), "Ode to Musie" '(Hadley),
"Fair Land of Freedom" (Stanley)
TICLETS-MDIL ORDERS tor tickets now being received will be filled
in order of receipt, $4.50, $5.00, $.600,$7.00. (It coler coupon is returned

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Uncle Sam perpetuated his war activities with Pictures.
Big Business perpetuates its developments with Pictures.
Families perpetuate their members with Pictures.
Why Not Perpetuate University Life
with Pictures
Why not have a snap, or flashlight, of the "Bunch," the "Dance," or
the hundred and one other things that occur at "Michigan?" Nothing
tells the story like a Picture. They make delightful souvenirs that will
be cherished long after other things are forgotten.
You know, or if you don't you can find out for yourself, that Lyndon's
Flashlights and Groups are in a class by themselves. Many have tried and
are still trying but none have succeeded in approaching them in quality.
I am telling you this but don't take my word for it, be your own judge.
Now it's a simple thing to get these pictures; just call Lyndon, and he'll
get them, night or day.
Please get your order in before 8 P. M. for evening.,
LYNDON, 719 N. University Ave.
U. ~ Tel. 458F1, or F2

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Husband"

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