~SUN04Y SERVICES IN
To Students who have been in the
Military or Naval Service
of the Country
The Faculty of the Law School of the University of Michigan
has arranged a special course for the Summer Session of 1919 and
the first semester of the year 1919-1920, in which course the stu-
dent is allowed to carry an amount of work slightly in excess of
the normal amount and thus gain the equivalent of a year of
credit. The saving of time for students who may be discharged
from the army or navy before June 23 will thus be considerable
and of great importance in aiding them to secure early admis-
sion to the bar. The course will include all subjects of the reg-
ular curriculum and will be given in the regular way by the Law
Students desiring to take advantage of this course must pre-
sent official evidence of their military or naval service.
For particulars address the Dean'of the University of Michi-
gan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
All Churches Meet on New Time
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
7:30, Holy communion; 10:30, ser-
mon subject, "The Attractive Power
of the Kingdom of God;" 4:30, ser-
mon subject, "The Attractive Power
of the Church." The Rev. R. S. Chal-
mers of Toledo will speak at both
services. Rev. Henry Tatlock, rector.
10:30, sermon subject, "The Two
Eternal Worlds." Kindergarten will be
held in the church parlors during the
servie 12:00, Bible school; 6:00, so-
cial half hour followed by young
people's meeting. Rev. L. A. Barrett,
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
10:30, sermon subject, "Salutary
'Sorrow;" 11:30, Bible school; 7:30,
sermon subject, "The Attractive Pow-
er of the Lifted Christ." Rev L. M.
9:45, Bible school; 10:30, sermon
subject, "A Modern Man's Prayers;"
7:00, Y. P. R. U. meets. Topic, "Are
Unitarians Christians?" Rev. S. S.
Zion Lutheran Church
9:00,Bible school; 10:30, sermon
subject, "Unyielding Unbelief;" 7:00,
subject, "The Tenderness and Fore-
bearance of Jesus." Rev. E. C. Stell-
Bible Chair House
9:30, University men's Bible class,
topic, "Science and Prayer;" 4:30,
class for general public; topic, "The
Bible and Student Life." Dr T. M.
Church of Christ (Disciple)
10:30, talks by Messrs. A. E. Cory
and O. D. Cunningham of Cincinnati,
O., of the Men and Millions move-
ment; subject, "A Call for Life Serv-
ice;" 12:00, Bible school; 6:30, Chris-
tian Endeavor.' Rev. F. P. Arthur,
Bride," Sunday at the Orpheum the-
ater. The picture is adapted from the
play of the same name by Max Marcin
and Roy Atwell, which was produced
with great success two years ago in
New York. The story deals with the
love affairs of an impecunious lawyer
who is trapped into marrying, al-
though he loves another woman.
It will pay you to go a little out of
your way to have Lyndon, Photo-
grapher, do your Amateur finishing.-
IMAJESTIC ORCHESTRA NIghtly-AN 5
ARC AD E
Shows at 3oo:; 7:00; 8:30
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Resm, 2316-M
Sun-Mon-30:31-Harold Lockwood in
"Pals First," and "Smiling Bill" Par-
sons in "The Big Idea."-25c.
Tues-1---LouiseHuff and Johnny Hines
in "The Heart of' Gold" ; Mutt and
Jeff Cartoon,"Hula Cabaret" and Cur-
200, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Su o ues-30-31=1 --MRS. CHAR-
E PLIN in "Borrowed Clothes,"
Also a Scenic and Mutt and Jeff Com-
ed-Thurs-Fri-BLANCHE SWEET in
"HE UNPARDONABLE SIN." Mat.
2;Evning, Boxes $1.00; First Floor,
40c; Balcony 30c.
"HEARTS OF HUMANITY"
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30,l20:00
Sat-29-FRITZI BRUNETTE in "The
SealedEnvelope." Also News and
Comedy,. "She Wasn't Hungry, But."
Sun-30--JOHN BARRYMORE in "Here
Comes the Bride" with "The Lure of
the Circus" and Ford Weekly.
TUESDAY, APRIL 8
30c Per Copy
.nfversitV ?fustc ibouse
DAVID BELASCO Presents
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Seats Sold by Mail,
lower Floor, $2.50; Balcony, I st 4
rows, $2.00; next four, $1.50; Balance, $1.00, Order now.
Enclose stamped envelope, include 10 per cent tax.
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P0. MAT. WED. SHUBERT
UEST SEATS $1,50
A R RIC
Nights and sat. Mat.
S0c to $2.00
Wilm Eliott, F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest
Present the Joyous Success with the
Direct From 6 Months in New York, 6 Months in Chicago
AMERICA'S BEST )IUSICAL COME DY
A Center Rush of Popularity, Making a Touchdown and Kicking a
Goal at 4ach Performance. Book and Lyrics by Guy Bolton and P. G.
Wodehouse. Music by Jerome Kern. Staged by Robert Milton and
Founded on Geo. Ade's Famous Comedy, "The College Widow"
10:30, sermon subject, "This One
Thing I Do;" a kindergarten and pri-
Qnary department will be conducted in
the basement during the services;
12:00, church school; 6:30, Students'
Round Table; topic, "The Batak. of
Sumatra." Prof. H. H. Bartlett will
be the speaker. Rev. L. C. Douglas,
10:30, sermon subject, "The Next
Step in Religion;" 12:00, Bible school;
6:30, Guild meeting; topic, "Choosing
a Life Work." Rev. J.M. Wells, min-
Methodist Episcopal Church
10:30, sermon subject, ."Lent and
Life;" 12:00, Bible school; 6:30, Wes-
leyan guild meeting; topic, "Chris-
tianity, a Man's Job;" 7:30, evening
service; talk on Van Dykes "Four
Things to Do. Rev. A. W. Stalker,
Are you addicted to twilight ram-
bles? Suppress your excitement? This
is strictly astronomy and has no bear-
ing on co-education.
The Zodiacal light are now visible
in the western heavens, just after sun-
down on every clear evening during
the absence of the moon. The lights
have been a puzzle to the astronomers
of all ages. Many theories and sup-
erstitions have been advanced, but as
yet the source of the lights remains a
An ancient Aztec manuscript, pre-
served in the Bibliotheque du Roi at
Paris, gives an account of these lights
as appearing for 40 consecutive nights
in the year 1509 and, in accordance
with prevalent superstition, it was
this that Montezumarconsidered an
omen of his downfall.
In Europe the phenomenon was first
observed by Professor Childrey in
1661. Since his time such noted as-
tronomers as Cassini, Humbolt and
many others have advanced theories
on the matter.
These lights, which derive their
name of "Zodiacal" from the fact that
the axis of their rays is inclined to
the horizon in the direction of the
Zodiac, will be visible in this latitude
until the latter part of March.
AT THE THEATERS
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sacrifice happiness in order to gratify
the social ambitions of her sister and
advance the financial interests of her
parents. There are a number of thrill-
ing incidents in the picture, such as
the destruction of a great beach
bathing house by fire and the escape
of Mary Kirk down the side of a great
country mansion during a raid by
AT THE ORPHEUM
John Barrymore will be shown in
the photo-play farce, "Here Comes the
illis nu 5.guirhitnl
He-Mtay I sie you
She-No! I'm going
Junior Girls' Play.
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ONE OF THIS STAR'S LATEST PICTURES
CAN LOVE AND
IF YOU BECAME
SEAT SALE THURSDAY
MAIL ORDERS NOW
RICH IN ONE
NIghts-Oc to $2.00. M ts.-Wed. and Sat., 50C to $1.50
SHOULD A WOMAN
OF HER HUSBAND'S
COULD YOU LIVE
AS AN IMPOSTER
TO KEEP IT UP?
ALSO "SMILING BILL"
PARSONS IN "THE BIG IDEA"
WANTED - As soon as possible a
' dentist registered in Michigan. Fifty
dollars a week guaranteed. A. G.
Rickel, 202 1-2' Washington Ave.
WANTED-Six men to work at home
or Detroit, during spring vacation.
See Artzonlhum, Sunday only at Al-
WANTED-Student sates man to sell
silk: neckwear. Call Reid, 1324-J.
FOR RENT-Pleasant front suite one
half block from the campus, on
Washtenaw Ave. Double decker
h.,Aa PnnA 1000JF
LOST -Thursday afternoon on State
St. betwven ahr's and Monroe aSt.
a three blade, pearl handled pen-
knife. Finder please call Smiley,
LOST Brass studded dog collar.
"Duke engraved on brass plate.
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FOR SALE-Two F-s,;oval coupon
covers, $1.50 each. Call 1257-R.
FOR SALE-Three J-Hop Tickets.
FOR SALE--Daily readers are buyers.
Reach them through this paper.
LOUISE HUFF and VIOLA DANA
"THE HEART OF GOLD" "THE GOLD CURE"
- COMING -
NORMA TALMADGE in "THE PROBATION WIFE"
CONSTANCE TALMADGE in "A LADY'S NAME"
ALICE JOYCE in "'THE LION AND THE MOUSE"
Watch For Dates