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April 20, 1919 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'r _

It will pay you to go a little out of
your way to have IEyndon, Photo-
grapher, do your Amateur. finishing.-
Adv.
Students reau The Daily.---Adv. I
MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
TODAY ONLY
Wallace Reid in
ALIAS, MIKE MORAN
MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY
The Shepherd of the Hills
WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sun-Mon-Tues-Wed - 20-2 1-22-23 -
DOROTHY PHILLIPS in "The Heart of
Humanity." Also Comedy. Prices-
Sunday Matinee and Evening 30c; Mat-
inees 20c; taxc included. Sunday
Shows 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 o'clock. Mon.,
Tues., Wed. Matinees 2 and 4, Even-
ings 7 and 9. Enlarged Orchestra.

AT THE MAJESTIC
"Alias - Mike Moran," the Para-
mount picture in which Wallace Reid
appears at the Majestic theater Sun-
day only, is said to be one of that star's
best pictures.
"Wally" Reid is called the cham-
pion speed merchant of the films and
is willing to prove it. He recently
sent out a challenge to the members
of the Hollywood film colony, daring
any of them to race with him. Since
most of them had seen him "per-
form," the challenge was wisely ig-
nored.
For real speed, however, the star
says you will want to see him in
"Alias - Mike Moran."
Baseball supplies of all kinds. Cush-
ing's Pharmacy.-Adv.
w a..K wx-.

AT THE THEATERS

- TODAY -

Majestic-Wallace Reid in "Ali-
as, Mike Moran."
Arcade-Constance Talmadge in
"A Lady's Name."

Wuerth- Dorothy Phillips
"The Heart of Humanity."
Orpheum - Mary Pickord
"M'liss."

in
in

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Sun-Mon --20-21 -Constance Talmadge
in "A Lady's Name" and Katzenjam-
mer Kids Cartoon.
Tues-Wed-22-23-Alice Joyce in "The
Lion and the Mouse"; and (Tues.)
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon, "The Bearded
Lady" and Current' Events; (Wed.)
Star Comedy, "Lay Off" and Screen
Telegram. 25c.

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Shubert 6arrick, Detroit-"The
Melting of Molly."
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus-"Passing Show of 1918."

days, beginning Sunday.
Allen Holubar has not depended up-
on the great war alone for material
for his master production, because he
realized that a merely war picture
would have failed utterly.
In "The Heart of Humanity" the
battle scenes are the curtain on
which are registered in pulsating
throbs the giant beats of the real
heart of humanity.
AT THE ARCADE
Cyril Harcourt, who wrote "A Lady's
Name," which will be shown Sunday
and Monday at the Arcade, is a play-
wright of the modernist school, hav-
ing written "A Pair of Silk Stock-
ings," the successful stage and screen
play in which Constance Talmadge
also appeared.
In "A Lady's Name" Miss Talmadge
depicts a young woman writer in
search of literary material, who is
also trying to escape the boredom of
a somewhat priggish fiance.
AT THE ORPREUM
In "M'liss," which comes to the Or-
pheum today, Mary Pickford has the
charming role of an untutored, rough
and ready mountain girl. The part is
said to be filled with all those ele-
ments that appeal to the best in-
stincts of human nature and is called
a notable addition to the Miss Pick-
ford's repertoire of successes.
BRUCE A. SWANEY, '18,
RETURNS FROM OVERSEAS
Bruce A. Swaney, '18, is in Ann Ar-
bor after having served for several
months overseas with the ordnance
department of the United States army.
While in the University, Swaney took
a prominent part in University pub-

lication work and, at the time of his
enlistment last spring, was associate
editor of The Daily. He is a member
of Sigma Delta Chi.
STYLUS READY TO RECEIVE
MANUSCRIPTS FOR CONTEST
Manuscripts for its annual short
story contest will be accepted by
Stylus during the next three weeks.
All contributions should be left either
at the rhetoric library or with Agnes
True, '19, president of the organiza-
tion.
The contest is open to all under-
graduate women of the University who
are not members of Stylus. The
winning contribution, which will re-
ceive a prize of five dollars will be
announced May 15.

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100 Women Here Self Supporting
College expenses, either in whole c
part, are earned by 100 women in thi
University. Twenty-five pay thei
board, room, tuition, and incidental
entirely through their own earnings
WARNING! Don't lose your money
making poor investments. Invest wit
Huron Valley Bldg. & Sav. Asso. Al
solutely safe. Pays 6 percent. Mone
loaned on Real Estate. H. H. Herbs
Secretary, Savings Bank Bldg.-Ad'
The Daily is a campus institutio
-Support it. $1.00 for the rest of th
college year.-Adv.

WHITNEY

THEAT

If you want a class pipe or any
go to Cushing's Pharmacy.-Adv

THURSDAY APRIL 24

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AT THE WHITNEY

MARY MILES MINTERS
- in -
"THE INTRUSION OF ISRAEL"

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sun-20-MARY PICKFORD in "M'Liss."
Also "The Lure of the Circus," No. 14,
and Ford Weekly.
Mon-21-VIVIAN MARTIN in "Unclaim-
ed Goods." With "The Lure of the
Circus" and Ford Weekly.

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They are
paying $2 to
see me on
the stage at
the CORT
Theatre,
Ne)', York.
.Old lill

"The Country Cousin," in which
Miss Alexandra Carlisle will be seen
Thursday, April 24, at the Whitney,
is not a rural drama as the name
might indicate, but a clever satire on
society.
Miss Carlisle scored such a distinct
hit in the role of Nancy Price in this
play that President Wilson and the
late Colonel Roosevelt both commend-
ed her. She comes to Ann Arbor with
the original company.
AT THE WUERTH

N L eRLANGER.
EORGE C.TYLIER.
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- COMING -
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
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"MR. FIXIT"

After a two weeks' showing of ''The TensRct
Heart of Humanity" at the Broadwa Tennis Racket
Strand, Detroit, this picture comes di- promptly done at
rect to the Wuerth theater for four Book Store.-Adv.

Prices: Lower Floor *1.50-$2.00 Balcony $1--$1.60 Gallery ?
SEAT SALE TUESDAY MORNING

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