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WHITNEY THEATRE
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D Iredrrom4 mon ft in NY.
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4-MONTHS, IN I YEAR IN PARIS
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SUNDAY SERVICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES1
First Baptist Church
10:30-Morning service. Choir can-
tata; sermon subject, "Hope." 12-
Bible school. 6 :30-Guild meeting. Mr.
F. B. Igler will speak. Rev. J. M.
Wells, minister.
Bible Chair House
9:30-University men's class. Top-
ic, "Science and Inmnortality." 4:30
-Class for general public. There will
be a general Easter lesson. Dr. T.
M1. Iden, teacher.
Church of Christ (Disciple)
10: 30-Morning service. Easter sel-
ections. Leatha F. Schriber, Sch. *of
IM., will sing a solo. Sermon subject,
"W0h-oveing ol Away the Stone?"
7:00Eveingservice. The Junior
choir, Rev. F. P. Arthur, minister. j

communion, morning prayer, and ser-' subject, "Death and Victory." Rev. L.
mon. 4:00- Church school festival. M. Wallick, minister.
Rev. Henry Tatlock, rector. _ ,

Trinity E vanigelical Lutheran Church
10 :30 -Holy communion. Sermon
subject, "Easter Triumph and Vision."
11:30-Bible school. 7:30- Sermon

9 :45---Bible school. 10: 30-Morning
service. "Spiritual Cour'age," sermon
subject. 7 :00-Young peoples' meet-
ing. Rev. S. S. Robins, minister.

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POP. MAT. WED.
BEST SEATS $1.50

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Starting Sunday
April 20
Nights and Sat. Mat.
50c to'$2.00

GAY, GLAD, GIRLISH, AND GORGEOUS

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BUT BEST OF ALL

A CORKING GOOD STORY
MESSRS. LEE and J. J. SHU BERT present

"The Melting of Molly"

Presbyterian Church
10:30-Morning service. 12-Bible
school. 6:30---- Young peoples' meet-
ing. 7 :30----Sermhon to Knight Temp-
lars on "A Religion for a World Made
New by a Wtar." Rev. L,. A. Barrett,
minister.
9:Zioni Lutheran Church
900--English service. Sermon sub-
ject, "The Resurrection." 10: 30-Ger-
man service. Sermon subject, "Break-
ing the News.' 7 :00-English service.
"Sermon subject, "Jesus Himself Ap-
Ipears." Rev. E. C. Stellhorn, minister.
S.Andrew's Episcopal Church
7:00 - Holy communion (choral.)
9 :00-Holy communion., 10:30-Holy

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teunparalleled chorus of
READ praise with which every
REAgreat New York paper
greeted the first showing of a picture which
ran for seven triumphant weeks on Broadway.
Read every word of this unique tribute, in
which all critics united in acclaiming this
picture as the greatest ever put before the
American public. Then _ .

S EEthe finest, biggest; most hearts
searchin drama of history in
SEE'this colossal picture-a drama
of the love that passeth all understandng-
love of wife, love of child, love of country,
love of our beloved flag-a mighty presen..
tation of the spirit of the nation, in a tremen-
dous romance that wifll thril your heart and
soul.

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"Spectater thrilled to it with enthu-
sam."
--New York ,Ikrald
'A-tremendous picture.
-Town Topics
"rhe Broadway Theatre was packed
to overflowing by an audience that
never mssed a thril nor skipped a dra-
matic sensation."
-N. Y. Morning Telegraph
"A distinct achievement in motion
-New York Times
"Of the utmost interest"'
! -NewYorkWoe~rLl

Sensational Run in
"Built on the unshakable foundation
of human interest and heart appeaL.
This classic will catch the whole coun-
try. There is something for every-
body in this wonderful story. The
piture. will jam the house after the
--The Billboard
"Tremendous is a big word, but not
too big for 'The Heart of Humanity'
"Human appeal and thrills presented
on a massive scale-makes thepulse
beat faster-won't be forgotten by any-
one who Bees the film-an unusual at-
tainment. Its magnitude lifts it out of
the class of just big films.' Audience
carried away by scenes portrayed with
exceptional exactitude.-WiC'a

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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-
sionto the bar. The course will include all subjects of the 'reg-
ular curriculum and will be given in the regular way by the Law
School Staff.
,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.

4'Panoramas uasur-
passed on the
. ~screen.'
A M-1-N. Y.EeningSun
"Our advice is, go
see 'The Heart of
- -N. Y. Tribune
"One of the most
resented in New
York One of the
most graphic pieces
of filming ever seen
on the screen.
-A Y. &~envn
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"A picture of infinite pathos."
-"Zit," N. Y. Evening fournal
"Vivid presentation-beautifully
done. Its intense story will hold you
to the end. The Authors are to be
congratulated upon the success of their
achievement,"
-N. Y. Evening Telegwus
"We didn't know that anyone save
Griffith could direct so effectively."
-New York Tribune
"We have seen nothing recently that
has quite so successful a blend of
scenic beauty, humor and human
tenderness." -Moving Picture World
"Wonderfully mounted, splendidl
acted, altogether beautifualydomde.
-Movinsg Picture World
"If I were an exhibitor, I wouldn't
hesitate a fraction of a second in
bokigth Heart of Humanity.' It
taks rnk iththe great masterpieces
of the screen!"
-Exhibitors' Trade Review
"A hit so big and decisive and a
instant that this sue-hoftop~
take rank with the biggest .bad
produced in the last four yes.
Tzade R&v~
"Conceived with a sAMl and i ntc.
puethat ift it hghalw . !
ai Aspbetion all its, u .

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FOR SBALE
FOR SALT--One guitar and case. Call
1118-W after 7:30.
.. WISCELLAIROUS
TUTORING-Spanish and French. Ad-'

Wuerth
Theatre

SUNDAY, MONDAY, T UESDAY, WEDNESDAY

Shows Sunday '2, 4, 6,8 and 10.

Price 30c. Shows Mon., Tues., Wed.,

2 and 4, 7 and 9. Price: Matinee 20c, Evenings 30c. Tax Included.
Special Orchestra Music and Singing by Miss Geraldine Scblimmu

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