THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Dean Vaughain Leaves for Lansing
Dean Victor C., Vaughan left the
city for Lansing Thursday morning.
It is expected that he will return Sat-
AT THE THEATERS
MERCURY DROP HINDERS
OUT-DOORl VARSITY D3ILL
-TODA Y -
MITCHELL AIDS LUNDGREN
BREEZES HALT ACTIVE
Also 2-reel L-Ke Comedy
"LIONS AND LADIES"
and, a Six-Aet Vaudeville
Free Press Weekly
Blanche Sitveet in
The Unpardonable Sin
OR PH EUM
Last Times Todoy
"BR A DY
The Bettor Half
Whltney-"Come On, Dad."
Saubert-Garrick, Detroit.--- Oh
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
AT THE MAJESTIC
"Venus in the East," in which Bry-
ant Washburn, Paramount star, will
appear Friday and Saturday at the
Majestic, is from the pen of Wallace
Irwin and ran some months ago in the
Saturday Evening Post. The scenario
is by Gardner Hunting, and is said
to be fully as entertaining as the
original printed version.
There are two important feminine
roles and these are played by Mar-
gery Wilson and Anna Q. Nilsson.
AT THE ARCADE
One of this Star's
COME ON DAD
After the Opera-A Luncheon or Soda
Alice Brady features a double role
in "The Better Half," which will be
shown for the last times Friday at the
Arcade. The picture contains some
very interesting double photography.
Harry Morey will be shown Satur-
day in "Fighting Destiny;" a mystery
play, in which he is said to do a most
effective work. The feature is adapt-
ed from the Blue Book magazine
story, "Jungle Heart," by Stanley
A real treat is promised patrons of
this theater for Sunday and Monday
when "Pals First," featuring Harold
Lockwood, will be shown.
Y. 1. C. A. DEPUTATION TEAM
PROVES TO BE BIG SUCCESS
As a result of a recent University
Y. M. C. A. deputation team trip to
Ovid, where it participated in the
Older Boys' conference, two requests
for similar teams have come to the
local organization, one from Howell,
and the other from La Perr.
Work at these places will be in
connection with Older Boys' confer-
Nebraska-Rapid progress is being
made on Nebraska's "Victory An-
nual." The engraver is doing his
part, the military section is complete.
and the printer will begin his work
on it as soon as the paper for the
Baseball practice Thursday was cut
short on account of the sudden cold
snap. It appears that the diamond
men were over-anxious to take the
open field and the week's program has
been upset generally by the unfav-
Coaches Lundgren and Mitchell gave
the squad an opportunity to loosen
up by hitting out a few flies for their
benefit. Any heavier workout would
have been dangerous with the stiff
breezes that were sweeping the
grounds. Later some time was spent
in Instruction as to the proper han-
dling of bunts which developed a new
and interesting phase of the game.
Coach Favors Games
The coach believes that the most
beneficial of practices is the actual
playing of games between chosen
chosen teams. The experience which
can be -gained in these scraps conmes
in handy when the big ganes tak
place. However with the team play-
ing on the improvised diamond at the
extreme south of the field, this style
of play would lose a large share of its
beneficial effects, because the desired
point is to get th'e men accustomed
to the home grounds. However, if
the big °diamond is not put at their
disposal soon the squad will undoubt-
edly begin these practice games any-
Coach Mitchell's appearance on the
baseball field immediately after the
late basketball season leads one to be-
lieve that the court mentor never tires
of the coaching jobs. It is unknown
to many that baseball is just as much
his game as basketball, but the fact is
that he has had as much experience
on the diamond as in the gymnasium.
Mitchell's assistance with the men is
a great aid to Coach Lundgren, who
has the big responsibility as far as
the team goes.
More men are wanted for tryouts
for the assistancies on the managerial
end, according to Manager Cort Bell.
The present assistants are H. Dornan,
H. U. House, and W. Badie. Bell says
that those men who are putting off
their coming out should be reminded
that spring elections are not far off
and that the sooner the tryouts get
out the better the recommendations
they will receive.
THREE WEEK REST
FOR FARRELL MEN
Track men are due for a rest of
three weeks before the Drake relays,
April 19. There will be no dual meets
until after the relay games.
Little work will be done this week
excepting light workouts for the
sprinters and relay men. The 100-yard
dash is the most important single
event that is run off at Drake and
Coach Farrell is anxious to have a
winner in the dash this year. Men on
the mile relay team are to undergo a
stiff practice in view'of the nearness
of the games. Until the cold and wet
weather lets up no real running can
be done on the outdoor track, al-
though it is time that the men should
be doing part of their work over the
Carl Johnson was out for a short
time Thursday and limbered up with
a few dashes. Until next week there
will be little to do save keeping in
shape and reporting each day. Scho-
field ran a quarter around the big oval
in good time, in spite of the high wind
and damp track.
Wed, Evening, Apr. 2
and Top Service
Thurs-Fri -27-21- MAE MURRY in
"Danger Go Slow." Also L-Ko Cem-
edy and a Six Act Vaudeville Reel.
Sat-29-HENRY WALTHALL in "Long
LanesyTurning." Also Scenic and
Coming-Hearts of Humantly
"The Unpardoen bie Sin"
Senior engineers are request-
ed to get measured for their
K caps and gowns as soon as pos-
sible at George Kyers.
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
Four thousand students read it every
Let m holdo you hay
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
MAJESTIC OBCHESTRA Nightly-Al S WS Sunday
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Bryant Washburn in
VENUS OF TBE EAST
Thurs-Fri-27-28-CRANE WILBER in
"Breezy Jim." Also a Screen Telegram
and.Comedy, "The Price of a Rotten
Sat-29-FRiTZI BRUNETTE in "The
Sealed Envelope." Also News and Com-
edy, "She Wasn't Hungry But."
WM. S. HART In "THE TIGER MAN"
Thurs-Fri--27-2S---Alice Brady in "The
Better Half;" ChristiedComedy, "John-
ny, Go Get Them" and Ford Weekly.
Sat-29-arry Morey in "Fighting Des-
tiny" and Big-V Comedy, "Beauty and
Sun-Mon --3-3S-Harold Lockwood in
"Pals First," and "Smiling Bill" Par-
sons in "The Big Idea: ,_26c.
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
A R C A D
Best sGeatG RICK sat.w a.
$1.50 DETROIT sectos
F. Rby Comstook and Wm. Elliott present
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
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Venus in the East
from the Saturday' Evening Post Story
- - Tuesday
Should be selected now. While we have
a complete stock, yet the demand will be
considerable as those who attend the
new garments and this will
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reduce our stock.
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used, are your assurance that they will
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S. W. Corner of Main & Washington Sts.
Through a misunderstanding, it was
announced in Thursday's Daily that
registration for women would close at
8 o'clock Saturday night.
The regular registration period end-
ed Saturday, March 23, and no fur-
ther registration may be made until
Wednesday, April 2, when voters may
present themselves to the various
ward polling places, with the excep-
tion of the seventh ward, in which
registration ill take place on April
1 and 2.
This concession is made to the sev-
enth ward because of a recent divi-
sion of the ward into two precincts.
Up to the present time more than
400 women have registered in Ann
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