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April 18, 1919 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Although a drill press in a.medical
dispensing room sounds ominous,
such an instrumenthas been installed
in the dispensing room of the Medi-
cal building. It has not as yet been
connected with a motor, but soon
will be.
The press is necessary for the re-
pair of many instruments used in the
medical profession.
Whitney Theatre
TUESDAY APRIL 22

I AT THE THEATERS

Engineering

News

- TOD)AY -

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'UTTIRLV CHARMING"
Dorothy Di,'
(irr'cI from 4lMonths in KY
CHARIES EElER5ON COOK
WANT.
'WHOLLY
DELIGHTF:UL'
JOHNSON A' Ff"nA Crne

Majestic-Fred Stone in "Under
the Top."
Arcade - Norma Talmadge in
"The Probation Wife."
Wuerth-Grace Cunard in "Aft-'
er the War."
Orpheum - Harold Lockwood
Picture.
Shubert - Garrick, D e t r o i t -
Charlotte Greenwood in "So Long,
Letty."
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus-"Chu Chin Chow."

Prof. H. C. Anderson, head of the
mechanical engineering department, is
in Newark, New Jersey, testifying be-
fore the public utilities committee of
the state in a rate case involving the
Public Service Railway company. Pro-
fessor Anderson was employed by this
company for two years and a half dur-
ing which time he was on leave of ab-
scence from the University.
Engineers are still returning from
the war to take up their courses in the
University. Among those who have re-
cently come back are: G. E. Kunzee,
'22E, who was overseas; Ernest Naeg-
ly, '19E, who was recently discharged;
Clifford Sparks, ex-'19E, who was a
former football star; Richard Chynow-
eth, ex-'19E, visited the secretary's of-

flee Thursday, and will return for
summer school. Captain Norman
Peeble, '13E, who was in France for
eight months, visited the engineering
department.
The returning men are taking up
work which they had not completed
upon their departure for war, and by
finishing the courses are receiving
their credit in them.
An article by A. F. Greiner, assist-
ant professor of mechanical engineer-
ing, on the internal combustion engine
is the feature of the March issue of
the Michigan Technic, on sale Thurs-
day and Friday, in the Engineering
building. The present issue is a 72
page paper and one of exceptional mer-
its. The Alumni departmenit, con-
taining news from the various classes
since the graduating class of 1886 is
one of the interesting features.

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SEAT SALE SATURDAY
MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-Al Sa Sunday
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Fred Stone in
"UNDER THE TOP"
ADDED ATTRACTION
NALLA AXMI
A RADE
Shows at 3:00: 7:00; 8:30
P iones
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., $3x6-M
Thur-Fri-17-&--Norm4 Talmadge In
"The ProbationWife"; Christie Com-
edy, "Five Hundred or Bust" and Ford
Weekly. 25c.
Sat-19-Bessie Love in "The Wishing
Ring Man" and Big-V Comedy, "Foot-
balls and Frauds."

WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-17-18-- GRACEg CUNARD in
"After the War. I- Ko Comedy,
"Hearts in Lock." Also Free Press
Weekly and Vod-a-Vi? reel.
Sat-19-SESSUE HAYAKAWA in "A
Heart in Pawn." Also Outdoors and
Comedy, "Easy Payments."
MARY MILES MINTERS
-in
"THE INTRUSION OF ISRAEL"
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-17-18-HAROLD LOCKWOOD
in "Human Shuttles."

"Remnant" with Florence Nash, as the
star, which comes to the Whitney thea-
ter, Tuesday, April 22, direct from, a
four months' triumph aththe Morosco
theater, New York, has been called a
French "Peg o' My Heart."
It has all the added sparkle that the
French element implies and a "Polly-
anna" with a saving sense of humor.
Added to these and not the least, is the
charming personality of Miss Nash,
in the title role, who has the reputa-
tion of getting more laughs per min-
ute from her audiences than any oth-
er Broadway comedienne.
Situations are said to have the
French audacity without any of the of-
fensive suggestions often found in so-
called French comedies.
AT THE ARCADE
Norma Talmadge herself secured the
famous Claridge hotel of New York
for several of the scenes in "The Pro-
bation Wife," in which she is appear-
ing for the last times today at the
Arcade theater.
The. picture called for several scenes
in a fashionable dance-restaurant, and
the Claridge suggested itself at once
to Miss Talmadge. The idea was put
aside by her director who hadtmade
several unsuccessful attempts to se-
cure the use +of this "location" in the
past.
The star, however, put it over all the
"wiseacres" by going down to see the
Claridge manager in person, with the
inevitable result.
AT THE SHUBERT-GARRICK
Detr olt
The sceies for "So Long, Letty," in
which Charlotte Grenwood is ap-
pearing at the Shubert-Garrick, De-
troit, this week, were drawn from the
quaint "Trolley Car Colony," which
flourishes on the Pacific coast, 18 miles
from San Francisco.
The story is written around two fam-
ilies who live next door to each other
in twin horse-cars fitted up as cot-
tages. Tommy Robbins is domestic
and loves to putter in the garden amd
eat home-made food. Letty, his wife,
hankers for smart gowns and cabarets.
Grace Miller's idea of a perfect day is
to clean house and present her Harry
with a ten-strike meal when' night
falls, Harry, however, lingers by the
way-side bars and poolrooms, The
inevitable plan to "swap" wifes fol-
lows,
Educational Club to Meet Next Weik
The Girls' Educational 'club will
hold its regular meeting next week at
Martha Cook dormitory. At that time
it is expected that Professor Winkler
will address the club on matters of
interest to future school teachers.

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Fred stone

IN

UNDER THE TOP
It isn't good for anybody of over delicate constitu
tion to see this Arteraft picture of Fred Stone's. You
just get finished rattling every rib laughing when he's off
again with some more circus-fooling and you either have
to close or quit.
Some of the biggest circus scenes that ever came
down the pike are in "Under The Top." Nothing short
of the Big Tent could stage all of Stone's acrobatic mir-
acles, vaulting and parachuting.

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Th cend c, Uic end round.
F QED SION t_:'J cr.the Tai.

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You'll more than like it.

TODAY

TODAY

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Sat-19-ETHEL CLAYTON in "The
Girl Who Came} Back,,' with a News
and Comedy.
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DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS'
"MR. FIXIT"

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formance promptly at 3:915
Pictures start at 2:00
Positively no Men will be

"Ht. Wed. GARRICK' Nigt and
Best seats '' Sa . Mat.
$1.0 DETROIT see to $2
CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD in
"So Long Letty"
FAST AND FUNNY MUSICAL COMEDY

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ARCADE

Admission

25c

Including Tax

Have Your Questions Ready

Master Seer and Crystal Gazer
Knows All! Sees All! Tells All!

Last Times Today

Norma Talmadge
"The Probation Wife"
A Story of New York Irom the Bowery
to Millionaire Row
Also Christie Comedy, 'Five Hundred or Bust'

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Sunday, One Day Only

Paramount Presents

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Mike

Moran"

Tomorrow- - Vlessie Love in
"The Wishing Ring Man"

Not a War Picture

Sunday--Monday-- Constance

Talmadge

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Adults 20c

"A Lady's Na'me"

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