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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

l'he private canoe sheds of Saun
ers' Canoe Livery will not be open
>r some time, due to repair work
eing done. Opening of same will be
ublished later. Wm. J. Saunders,
rop.-Adv.

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A full line of new and second-hand
canoes and equipment now on sale at
Saunders' Canoe Livery. Terms cash.
,-Adv.
Hear Mr. Patton sing at the Upper
Room Bible class tonight.-Adv.
WUERTH
TODAY
ORCHESTRA MUSIC

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IMAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S' ws Sunday

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LAST TIMES TODAY
CHARLES RAY in
"THE GIRL DODGER"
S UNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
ANITA STEWART in
"A Midnight Romanoe"
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Majestic---"The Girl Dodge.'r"
Arcade-"Fortune's Child."
Wuerth-"Tricks of Fate."
Orphleum - "The . Millionaire
Pirate."
Shubert - arrick - Detroit--
All week - "Old Lady :31."

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Opera House on the
All week - '"Come on,

Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 2g6-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Sat-22--Gladys Leslie in "Fortune'sj
Child" and Big-V Comedy, "Bums and
Boarders."
Sun-Mon -23-24--Louis Bennison in
"Sandy Burke of the U-Bar-U" and
Glacier National Park Scenic.
Tues-25-June Elvidge and Frank Mayo
in "The Bluffer;" Mutt and Jeff Car-
toon, "Here and There," and Current
Events.

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WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30; 10:00
sat-22-BESSI E BIRRISCALE, "Tricks
-of Fate." Also Scenic Comedy.
Sun-Mon-23-24-WM. FARNUM in "For
Freedom." Also Sunshine Comedy,
"Roman Cowboy." Scenic and Cartoon
Comedy.
Tues-Wed --25-26 - GLADYS BROCK-
WELL in "The Forbidden Room." Also
Lloyd Comedy and Mutt & Jeff cartoon,
"Fireman Save My Child."
Coming-Hearts of Humanity
"The Unpardonable. Sin"
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00. 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
.Sat -22 --MONROE SALISBURY in
"The Millionaire Pirate." A News and
Comedy, "It's Great to Be Crazy.'
Sun-Mon-23-24-MAROLD LOCKWOOD
AND MAY ALLISON in "The Fire of
Hope." "The Lure of the Circus" and
Ford Weekly.
Tues -25- MARGUERITE CLARK in
."Rich Man, Poor Man." Also "A Fight
for Millions"-"The ride of Disaster."
COM I NC
Charles Ray 'The Girl Dodger'
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$1.50 UETROIT 54c to $2
LEE Kugel presenty
the Sunshtne'Comedy
'OLD LADY 31"
by Rachel Crothers

Bessie BarrSOiXlC
BESSIE BARRISCALE
TRICKS OF FATE
ALSO
Scenic and Comedy
Sunday, Monday
William Farnum in
"For Freedom"
Also a Tom Mix Comedy
"The Roman Cowboy"
Coming
Hearts of Humanity
ORPH EUM
TODAY
Nonroe Salisbury in
"flE MILLIONAIRE
PIRATE"
NEWS AND COMEDY
Sunday, Monday
Harold Lockivood
"The Fire of Youth"
COMING
Charles Ray in
The Girl Dodger

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Today

AT THE MAJESTC
Two diametrically opposite types of
students are portrayed in "The Girl
Dodger," Charles Ray's new Para-
mount picture which will be shown
for the last times Saturday at the
Majestic.
One type, played by Mr. Ray, is a
dreamy, bookish, solitary, afraid-of-
girls ind ividual. The other, played
by Hal Cooley, iK a lively, effesves-
cent, athletic, chorus-girl-admiring
student..
The humor begins when the two
trade places pro-tem. The dub be-
comes the host--or is scheduled to do
so---of a party in which a chorus girl
is the honored guest. The lively stu-
dent is temporarily cramming, and
then the dub gets it all mixed up by
mistaking the other's financee for the
cous girl.
The complications can be better im-
agined than explained, and it is said
that the man or woman who fails to
find, in this picture, comedy and en-
tertainment of the most desirable
sort, is lacking in a sense of humor.
Anita Stewart in "A Midnight Ro-
mance," a story of love and adven-
ture, will be the attraction for three
days beginning Saturday.
AT THE ARCA)E
Gladys Leslie in "Fortune's Child,"
will be Saturday's offering at the Ar-
cade. The story centers about an ar-
tist temporarily side-tracked to the
under-world, who is brought back to
his former self by the sympathy and
faith of Beth, a child whom he shel-
ters. He decides that she will mean
much to him in his later and more
worthy years.
Louis Bennison, star of "Oh, John-
ny!" will be seen Sunday and Mon-
day in his second screen production,
"Sandy Burke of the U-Bar-U."
P'ORTRAITS STORED FOR
DECADE NOW IN ALUMNI HALL
Portraits which for 10 years were
stored away, have recently been plac-
ed in the lecture room of Alumni Me-
morial hall by Prof. S. F. Kimball of
the fine arts department. These paint-
ings are the work, for the most part,
of American artists with famous
American men and women as their
subjects. Among these are included
portraits of Lincoln, Jefferson, Martha
Washington, Webster, and many other
notables.
Some of these paintings hung in
the gallery of the old library building
and when that was torn down they
were placed in storage where they,
remained un'til a few weeks ago.
EXHIBITION OF DESIGNS HERE
TO STIMULATE MANUFACTURE
Exhibits of industrial designs made
by students of Michigan schools will
be held April 1, 2, and 3 in Memorial
hall, during the convention of the
Schoolmasters' club.
The purpose of thetdisplays is to
show the relation between industry
and art, and also to encourage the
designing and making in America of
articles formerly manufactured in
Germany and other foreign countries.
HOEXTER, FORMER FACULTY
MAN, TO ADDRESS STUDENTS
Mr. Samuel Hoexter, formerly a
member of the faculty of the eni-
neering college, and at present con-
nected with theEmerson Efficiency
school, will be the speaker at the

meeting of the Jewish Students' con-
gregation to be held at 6:45 o'clock
Sunday night in Lane hall. He will
talk on "Some Fundamentals of Re-
ligion from the Standpoint of a Prac-
tical Man."
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
Four thousand students read it every
morning.-Adv.
Daily want ads tring results.

The nine cardinal emo-
tions experienced by every
girl or woman in her first real
love affair are portrayed by
Anita Stewart.
As Marie, a mysterious
girl who earns a livelihood
by day as a hotel maid, and
who by night wins the heart
of the season's best catch by
her beauty, grace and won-
derful gowns, Miss Stewart
runs the gamut of feminine
emotions. 1
Her introduction under
the direction of Lois Weber,
shows her as a near-stricken
girl being rescued with other
passengers from a stranded 7
ocean liner.
Next she is seen as a room
maid at the Sea View Hotel,
a popular summer resort
patronized by the ultra-aris-
tocrats of the social set.
Here she encounters rom-
anCe in the person of Roger
Sloan, son of a wealthy re-
tired business man, and to
her comes first of the nine temptests of heart
and mind.
Determined to maintain her identity as
a commonplace hotel servant, and to explain
to no one the reason for her soft hands,
charming conversational ability and her
command of four languages, she experiences
in her admiration of Sloan and in his recip-
rocal interest in the initial emotion-Hap-
piness.
The second emotion is Anxiety, born of
her impatient longing for the midnight hours
when she can seek their mutual haunts on
the beach, to be with him for a few stolen
moments.
The third is Anticipation wherein she
looks forward to the time when she can re-
veal her true self to him and delight in his
bewilderment at the real identity of his com-
panion of the midnight hours.
The fourth emotion is Suspicion-brought
on by the persistent attention of a girl guest
of the hotel who loses no opportunity to
show her interest in Sloan.
The fifth stage in her depiction of the pro-
gress of a woman's heart toward the ulti-
mate goal is jealousy-aroused by her be-
lief that Sloan is beginning to return the
'blonde" woman's interest.

Marie Alexander-A Hotel Maid Servant and Abused
by Day-a Regular Vision Loved and Adored by Night
--is a Remarkable Character o Mystery and Amazing
Contrasts Portrayed by the Beauti uI Star, Directed by
a Genius at Picturing Impulses of Every Woman's Heart.

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SLA D Y S

LESLIE

"Fortune's Child"

The sixth emotion Fear-made the more
convincing when she sees him deliberately
enter the room occupied by Blondie Mazie,
the girl guest. Here she registers the thing
that every woman dreads-the possibility
of losing the man who has won her heart.
The seventh in the list of femininity's re-
ligion of sentiment is Adoration-prompted
by the discovery, through her own act of
bravery in saving Sloan from the efforts of
Blondie Mazie and her cohort, Blinkie
Deal, to compromise him as the foundation
for blackmail.
It is immediately following this tense sit-
uation that Sloan convinces the mysterious
maid of his real affection for her, thereby
commanding true feminine adoration for his
total disregard of caste or social status.
The eighth emotion in the category is
Grief-the result of unexpected develop-
ments which compel her to disappear leav-
ing him only the solace that he may hear
from her again.
And the ninth and greatest of all is Ful-
fillment-the culmination of the previous
eight, whereby she gives him the clue which
leads him to discover and win her finally,
under surprising and sensational conditions.

Augmented Orchestra

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Sen nett
Comedy

SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY

GLAD'- TL3IIE
in Vitagraph tre ribbon Feature
"THE SO :1I "
She was just a "slavey" in a boarding house but
she wanted "Jimmie." He was a prize fighter
and --- Come and see how they get their real
start is life,
"Better than a dozen sex plays"
-Dramatic Mirror
Tomorrow and Monday-Louis Bennison,starqf "Oh Johnny"
In "Sandy Burke of The U Bar-U," A thrilling drama of
western pluck and luck.

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