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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1919.

AT THE THEATERS

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DATE OF PLAY CHANGED
"Nos Intimes," the Cercle
Francais play will be presented
May 1, instead of April 26, the
date formerly set. The play will
be given at 8 o'clock in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Rehearsals
for the play, are being held in
the Cercle Francais room, and
commendable progress is being
attained.
MAJESTIC
MA.MESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Saw Sunday
TODAY-TOMORROW
The
Fighting
Roosevelts
ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Wed-2-Viola Dana in "The Gold Cure"
( Rat); Star Comedy, "Mixed Tales,"
and Screen Telegram.
Thur-Fri-3-4-Marion Davies in "The
Belle of New York"; Christie Comedy,
"Peggy Mixes In," and Ford Weekly.
WUERTH THEATRE
':00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Wed-Thurs-Fri-BLANCHE SWEET in
"THE. UNPARDONABLE SIN." Mat.
20c; Evening, Boxes $1.00; First Floor,
40c; Balcony 30c.
Sat-5-WILLIAM DESMOND in "The
Prodigal Liar." Also ScenicandCom-
ely.

- TODAY -

Majestic-"The Fighting Roose-
velts."

Arcade-"The Gold Cure."

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Wuerth - "The Unpardonable
Sin."

-COMING--
"HEARTS OF HUMANITY"

ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30,.7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Tues-WED- -2-MADLAINE TRAVERSE
in "Gambling in Souls." Also "A Fight
for Millions."
Thurs-Fri-3-4--HAZEL DALY in "A
Wild Goose Chase." Also a News and
Comedy.

-COMING-

"LITTLE WOM]

EN"

Seats GARRICK S
$1.50 DETROIT See' to $2
m. Elliott F. R Comstook and M. Gast preen
.xave It To Janec
Arcadde
Today Only
Viola Dana
IN
The Sold Cure
(Brought back by Numer-
ous requests)
This story of a "eMan-
less" Town ^is every
bit as funny as when
we Presented it some
weeks ago.
It's a delightful and Mirth-
Provoking Romantic
Comedy
Ask those who saw it.
Thursday-Friday
Marion Davies
"The Bell of
- New York"
See the world-famous
Ziegfeld beauty chorus
COMING
Sunday-Monday
REX BEACH'S
The Brand
Featuring Kay Laurenl,
a Ziegfeld Beauty and Rus-
sell Simpson
Rex Beach says this is his
best picture since'
"THE SPOILERS"

Orpheun-"Gamblng Souls."
Shuert-Garrick, D e t r o i t -
"Leave it to Jane."
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus-"Keep Her Smiling."
AT THE MAJESTIC
"The Fighting Rooseelts," an au-
thorized version of the life and works
of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, to be
presented Wednesday and Thursday
at the Majestic theater, is a screen his-
tory of the career of America's great-
est American, from the cradle to the
White House, and essentially includes
a dramatic portrayal of some of the
greatest events in the history of the
United States and the world.
The abundance of dramatic and
humorous events which characterized
the life of kioosQvelt are said to furn-
ish ample material for a decidely ef-
fective photoplay.
AT THE WHITNEY
The story of "The Auctioneer," in
Which David Warfield appears Tues-
day, April 8, at the Whitney, is famil-
iar to most theater-goers, but for the
benefit of the younger generation it
may be related that Simon Levi is at
first seen in his East Side auction
store and home, building up the for-
tune begun with his peddler's basket.
When his adopted daughter, Helga,
is about to become the bride of Dick
Eagan, he moves into a Lexington ave-
nue mansion, has a "good time" while
it lasts, becomes suddenly penniless,
and then has to go back down town
and cheerfully begin life over again
with his peddler's basket.
AT THE WUERTH
"The Unpardonable Sin," in which
Blanche Sweet returns to the screen,
and which is being shown Wednesday,
Thursday, and Friday at the Wuerth
theater, is not in every sense a war
picture, although it deals with the
tory of a woman who was caught
behind the lines ip . Germany
shortly after the great warcbroke
'ut. There are no trench nor
battle scenes, but the great conflict
forms a most substantial background
for the narrative.
SHUBERT-GARRICK-DETROIT
"Leave it to Jane," which is meet-
ing with such success at the Shubert-
Garrick theater, Detroit, this week, is
founded on Gorge Ade's clever farce,
"The College Widow." In adapting
the story to music, librettists have
followed the general outline of the
Ade play, but have elaborated certain
features best adapted to musical ex-
ploitation. College atmosphere has
been pleasingly preserved and the pro-
duction boasts the original company
and a host of pretty girls.
FORTY-SIX PER CENT OF OUR
ARMY OFFICERS DISCHARGED
Washington, March 31-A war de-
partment report shows that of the
commissioned officers who were on the
army lists Nov. 11, 1918, 46 per cent
had been discharged on March 20, last
That only 102,473 pf the 188,434 of-
ficers, who were on duty when the
armistice was signed, were in service
on March 20, is shown by a statistical
report of the general staff today, Of
this reduction, the greatest was in
the chemical warfare service, 83 per-
cent of whose commisioned officers
had been released.
Penn Man Suggets Collegiate Leagute
Philadelphia, April 1,-Dean 'McCel-
lan, chairman of the concil of ath-
letics at the University of Fennsyl-
vania, has proposed a collegiate ath-
letic league. This league is to in-
clude Cornell, Columbia, Harvard,

Dartmouth, Princeton, Yale, and
Pennsylvania.'
Students who want to work read ar-
ticle, "Work for Easter Vacation," in
yesterday's Daily.-Adv.
WH I T'N EY
TUES., April 8
David Belaseo Presents
David Warfield

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From the Cradle t
White House
A Stirring American L
Adventure and Achic
It follows his strenuous career a
fighting corrupt politicians, his exciti
in the wild west, his return to politicsa
missioner of New York. It carries
through the career which kept his nan
pages of the newspapers during the
which made him the "most interestin

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Seats by Mail-Priees:
Lower Floor $2.50
Balcony $1.00, $1.50, $2.00

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