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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSD®Y,

usic Notes

AT THE THEATERS

ENGINEERS

nior engineers are request-
to get measured for their
and gowns as soon as pos-
at George Kyers.
ohool Will Enter Dual Debate
Arbor high school's negative
will debate with Saginaw's af-
re team Friday evening at the
chool on the subject of, "Re-
A minimum salary schedule
skilled labor should be estab-
in Michigan." The local affirm-
eam meets the opponents team
ne night in Saginaw.

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Group solos will distinguish the
program of the twilight faculty con-
cert which takes place at 3 o'clock
Sunday afternoon in Hill auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Lockwood,
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, Nell B. Stock-
well, and Mr. Bertram Bronson will
contribute several numbers, Mrs.
George B. Rhead and Mrs. Maud Okle-
berg, accompanying.
There will be no recital of advanced
students of the University School of
Music in Frieze hall Thursday after-
noon.
For service and results try a Daily
Want Ad.-Adv.
WUERTH
Today - Tomorrow
Mae Murray
in
DANGER-GO-SLOW
Also 2-reel L-K" Comedy
tLIONS AND LADIES"
and a Six-Act Vaudeville
Reel.
Coming
NEXT WEEK
The Unpardonable Sin
OR P.H E U M
CRANE WILBER
IN
"Breezy Jim"
NEWS AND COMEDY
SUNDAY
JOHN BARRYMORE
IN
HERE COMES THE BRIDE

Orpheum--"Breezy Jim."

Skubert-Garrick, Detroit- "Oh
Boy."
Detroit OpersHouse-on-the-Cam-
pus--"Twin Beds."

- TODAY -

Whitney-y-"Come On, Dad."
Majestic - "The Cruise of the
Make-Believes."
Arcade-"The Better Half."
Wnerth-"Danger-Go Slow.'

Don't It lake U
Feel Just Grand?'
Come on, get out your mandolin,
and strike us up a tune. I feel like
sitting up tonight and barking at the .
moon. I haven't touched a drop, old
boy, or had an extra check, but there
is something in the air that makes
me gay, by heck. I hear the hurdy-
gurdy man cavorting in my dome, so
hit up something lively till I whistle
Home, Sweet Home.
Me-thought my prof's eye gleamed
less fierce today, when I got through,
and Tom my boy, I even think I see
some good in you. Coal-dust, we soon
shall relegate your atoms to the past,.
and basking In Spring's fireless days,
wheeze happily at last.
The walks will go ker-slip ker-slop,
the temperature will rise, then drop,
and soon we shall become blase to
everything Spring has to say. But
now just tickle up your strings, while
I hunt up the dope to fill my faith-
ful pipe, by gosh, and settle back to
smoke.
J. R. CARTER DIES ON SHIP
RETURNING FROM FRANCE
Worked In Panama Until Completion
of Canal; Was Enthusiastic
Michigan Man
News of the' death of J. Richard
Carter, '13E, who died on a transport
returning from France where he had
been since the fall of 1917 in the en-
gineering corps, has been received.
Since leaving the University he
worked at his profession on the Pana-
ma canal until it was completed when
he was engaged by the. Colorado Light
and Power company of Denver, Col.
At the time of his enlistment he was
engaged in chemical engineering.
Mr. Carter has devoted a great deal
of time persuading young men to en-
ter the University of Michigan, and
has always been a staunch supporter
of the Union.

Knapp

-Felt

Chances Are 9 to 1 A#Wanst Divorce
Washington, March 26.-About one
marriage in every nine is ,erminated
by divorce, according to statistics in-
cluded in a report on marriage and di-
vorce soon to be issued by Sam L.
Rogers, director of the census.

Hats

AT THE ARCADE

MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Rightly-All Sew Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
The Cruise of the Make Believe
SENNET COMEDY
FRIDAY-SATURDAY
Bryant Washburn in
VENUS OF THE EAST
ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; .:30
Phones:
Theatre, 2g6-M Mgr's Re)., 2316-M
Thrs- Fr-27-28--Alice Brady in "The
Better Half;" Christie Comedy, "John-
ny, Go Get Them" and Ford Weekly.
Sat-29-Harry Morey in "Fighting Des-
tiny" and Big-V Comedy, "Beauty and
Booty."
Sun-Mon-30-3 I-Harald.Lockwood In
"Pals First," and "Smiling Bill" Par-.
sons in "The Big ';dea."--25a.
WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10.00
Thugs-Fri -- 27-28 - MAE MURRY, in
"'Danger Go Slow." Also L-Ko Com-
edy and °a Six Act Vaudeville' Reel.

Am

t

In "The Better Half," which appears
Thursday and Friday at the Arcade,
Alice Brady is seen as both Louise
and Trixie, twin sisters who are as
different below the surface as it is
possible for sisters to be. Double ex-
posures are always interesting on the
screen, and it is said that there is
some remarkable photography in this
picture.

Our showing of
Knapp-Felt Hats this
season is by far the
finest we have ever

r

shown.

This year

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Coming-Hearts of Hunanity
"The Unpardonable Sin"

our selection will

AT TH WUERTH

ought to kno-v
thik gri
lliam. A. Brady pesen"
kJSTI-C
U1A M. .L- TE.

appeal strongly $o the

It is the railroad sign "Danger -
Go Slow" that sets Muggsy Mulane on
the right path Just after she has es-
caped from the New York police. Mae
Murray appears as Muggsy in the pic-
ture, "Danger-Go Slow,' 'which will
be shown at the Wuerth Thursday
and Friday.
AT THE ORPHEUM

young man who.
appreciates a
high grade hat.
Lutz Clothing
Store.

ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-27-28-CRANE - WILBER in
"Breezy Jim." Also a Screen Telegram
and Comedy, "The Price of a Rotten
Time."
COMINC
WM.,S. MART In "THE TES MAN

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a

ONE WEEK FROM TODAY

Crane Wilbur will take the title role
in "Breezy Jim," the photo-play which
is announced for Thursday and Friday
at the Orpheum.
After he has succeeded in rescuing
Patricia, an eastern girl who is trav-
elling west for diversion, from sev-
eral perilous situations, Jim makes,
himself known as the special agent of
the Department of Justice, State of
Arizona. Of course, there is only one
way in which Patricia can reward him
and that is by marrying him, which
she does.
Sugar Used in 1918 Up to Average
Contrary to the general belief, the
United States used in 1918 almost as
much sugar as was the average for the
last decade, according to the annual
report of the American Sugar Refin-
ing company of which Earl-,D. Babst,
'93, is president.

EXTENSIVE PLANS MADE FOR
COMING JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY
Music for the Junior Girls' play will
be furnished this year by a specially
engaged orchestra. In former years
a few of the girls of the class have
rendered all musical selections requir-
ed. It is expected that the feature
dances and songs will be more appre-
ciated by virtue of the fine musical
accompaniment that is promised.
The actors will have dress rehears-
als on Saturday night and on next
Monday night.
Tickets for the play may be ob-
tained in University hall tomorrow
morning and afternoon.
FUN
I'll come and make you some fun
if you will find me some old shoes.
Send a postcard to Dr. Tom Lovell.-
Adv.

ofQ .

217 SO. MAIN

ST.

te to GARICK Nightena
Sat. Mat
$1.0 DETROIT 5c to $2
F. Ray Comstock and Wm. Elliott present
hB oy

Classical Club lvii present

flajeslic
2-$:30 -7.8:30
LAST TIMES TODAY'

The Much Wooed Maiden'

A Comedy
8;15 p.m.

versity Hall

35c and 50

Paramount Presents

p.

RCAD

E

LILA

LEE

IN

Today and Tomorrow

I

There 's
Something
About Them
You 'II Like--

"The Cruise of

91ice

irady

Come On, Dad
Sundae

the Make Believes"

The

94
Better

Half "

Open after the Opera

I

Home-made candies

A Thrilling Story of Twin Sisters

Always Fresh

ary---,--am

Fountain of Youth

Lila Lee is the lucky girl who was ehosen
from among thousands of aspirants for motion
picture fame. The experts say that tS ixtee
year old girl is the coming star. They have
started her steps on the paths that have been
trod by the film players whose names are
household words. Is she worthy of the honor?
Will she make goad? Come and see her and
Judge for yourself.
"Ambrose's Cup of Woe" Sennett Comedy
TOMORROW - SATURDAY
Bryant Washburn in
"VENUS of the EAST"

Corner State and Liberty

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"COME ON DAD"

SCORES AND SHEET MUSIC
FOR SALE AT
Schaeberle & Son's Music House
Complete Line of Musleal Instruments and Victrolas

SUNDAY -3 DAYS

ALI CE
BRADY
IN
BETTER
H1- IF"

Arteraft Special Production
""LITTLE WOMEN"
From the story by Louisa MayAlcot

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k twin sister takes the place of an ungrateful
vife. Also Christie Comedy, "JOHNNY, GO GET THEM."
Saturday-Marry Morey in "FIGHTING DESTINY"
uuday-Monday--Harold Lockwood in one of his latest pie-
tares, "PALS FIRST"

4.4
SHOEI
. 1
4 '
^ti

S and RUBBERS
BEST QUALITY at LOWEST
PRICES. See
ABE LEVY
205 N. IAIN ST.
Qppeslt. Postgffio.

WE WANT YOU TO SEE

"COME ON

DA D"

AT THE WHITNEY THEATRE
Tonight - Tomorrow - Sat. Matinee

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