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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL 22,

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Today and Tomorrow
Alice Joce
in a picture version of Charles Klein's greatest dramatic success
-the play that the whole country went mad about--

AT THE ORPHEUM

over Mrs. Mann's work in the elderly
:nother role than I have over my

A treat for "movie" lovers is in own.

The

Lion

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store at the Orpheuni today, where
Marguerite Clark is appearing in her'
famous Maurice Tourneur production,
"Prunella."
The cast includes Jules Raucourt as
the Pierrot who falls in love with
Prunella and abducts her from the
prim home of her aunts, only to de-
sert her later. How he finds that aft-
er all he cannot live withoutther and
returns "to her old home in the hope
that she, too, will come, is charm-
ingly told.
Buy Victory Bonds --
AT THE WUERTH
Dorothy Phillips, star of "The Heart
of Humanity" which appears Tuesday
and Wednesday at the Wuerth, was
caught crying when she attended the
opening performance of the picture in
New York City.
"It isn't my acting that affects me,"
she declared, "It's the story. 01be-
lieve I forgot it was myself on the
screen. An actress must have imag-
ination. That's why I forget I am
looking at myself. I see on the screen
only the characters I portray.'It isn't
egotism I assure you. I've cried more

--Buy Victory Bonds
Bargains in Baseball Mitts at Wahr's
University Book Store.-Adv.
---Buy Victory Bonds
'rhe Daily sees all and knows all.
Let it be your guide.-Adv..
Whitney Theatre
TUESDAY APRIL 22
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brings the financial lion of the world to his knees.I

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WHITNEY THEATRE
THURSDAY APRIL 24

FLORENCE NASH IN "REMNANT" COMES TO THE WHITNEY THEA-
TER TONIGHT.

The Ford Motor company wants at
once two or three experienced struc-
tural engineers to handle designs of
steel or concrete. Apply to R. F.
Shreve, structural engineer, Detroit.
Plans for raising the alloted Mich-
igan Union fund of the engineering
college, amounting to $10,000, was
discussed by the faculty committee
Monday afternoon. Prof. Henry E.
Riggs has been appointed to head the
committee.
Three more representatives of the
American Telegraph and Telephone
company arrived in AnndArbor Tues
day to assist Mr. Parker in interview-
ing students desiring positions with
their company.
Openings are available for students
who have specialized in physics and
mathnmatics, as well as students of
the enineering department.
Buy Victory Bonds --
1 AT THETHEATERS

Thursday in her great society comedy
"The Country Cousin."
--Buy Victory Bonds
AT THE ARCAIE
Alice Joyce is conceded her great-
est screen triumph as Shirley Ross-
more, the girl, who brings to his
knees the most powerful man in the
world, in "The Lion and the Mouse,"
which appears Tuesday and Wednes-
day at the Arcade.
The picture is an adaptation of the
famous stage play of the same name.
JeffersonhRyder chooses to aid the
girl in her fight against his own par-
ent toprove that ''Right is greater
than Might," and in the end the girl
triumphs and the father forgives the
youth and accepts the girl.

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SEAT SALE TUESDAY MORNING '

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She challenged the wrath of the most powerful man in
America with no other weapon than a woman's wit. She entered the
arena against the lion of big business. It mattered not that Ryder's son
loved her. It mattered not that she returned his love with every fibre of
her being. There must-there H AD to be-some way out, some way to
save her father from unmerited dishonor. Yet how? How could she break
the strength of this lion?
Alice Joyce with her lingering smile creates in this picture
a character of rare sweetness and charm.
Admission, Adults 25c, Children 10e
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY-MME. PETROVA IN
'"TEMPERED STEEL"

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Whitney - Florence Nash
"Remnant."
Majestic-"The Shepherd of
Hills."

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Engineering News
Orders have been placed by the me-
chanical engineering department for a
new feed pump to be placed on the
Sterling experihental boiler and a
water level regulating device.
These will be installed in time for
the regular laboratory tests on the
boiler which will take place the mid-
dle of May. It is expected that these
two devices will aid research work on
the boiler, and make it more accur-
ate.
The regulator is of the Copes type
and is being installed by the Coon-De
Viser company of Detroit. The two
men who own this company are old
Michigan men.

Tests on the ventilating system of
the Library are to be made soon by
the mechanical engineering 22 class.
It is necessary to determine the dis-
tribution of air to the different rooms
and if necessary 4e equalize the dis-
tribution.
This work will probably take from
three to four weeks, sipce it is ex-
acting and tedious. Professor Ems-
weiller will supervise the work. It is
expected by him that the class will
gain valuable experience.
The Eastern Massachusetts Street
Railway company desires severay
graduates for a training course of two
years in all departments of its work.
Positions with the company will be
given them on completion of this
course.

Arcade - Alice Joyce in "The
Lion and the Mouse."

Wuerth- Dorothy Phillips
"The Heart of Humanity;"
Orpheun-Marguerite Clark
"Prunella."

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ShubertlGarrick, Detroit-"The
. Melting of Molly."
pus-"Passing Show of 1918."
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Buy Victory Bonds -
AT THE MAJESTIC
"The Shepherd of the Hills," Harold
Bell Wright's famous novel, which is
appearing in film form at the Majestic,
is a delightful presentation of the rug-
ged life of the people of the Ozarks.
The play is a faithful adaptation of
the story,, portraying. the interesting
incidents that permeate the lives of the
hardy mountaineers.
The acting is well done and the
photoplay is exceptionally good, in-
cluding a number of unusually beauti-
ful scenes. An augmented orchestra
provides special music. The picture
wil continue today and tomorrow.
- Buy Victory Bonds -
AT THE WHITNEY
In "Remnant," in which Florence
Nash appears at the Whitney theater
tonight, the star makes her first en-
trance munching an apple. It is es-
timated that if the play continues its
success of the past, Miss Nash will
bave eaten enough apples finally to
supply a small community.
The play is said to combine the dash
of a French farce with the pathos and
comedy of an American "Peg o' My
Heart."
Miss Alexandra Carlisle will appear

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The picture you'll never forget - stupendous in theme.
A veritable revelation of unending-wonders. A romance of the
great war, a story of the love that passeth all understanding.

"A tremendous pic-
ture. "
-Town Topic
"One of the most stir-
ring films ever pre-
sented in New York."
-Now York Evening World

LOST
LOST-Lady's gold wrist watch, be-
tween High School and 909 E. Uni-
versity Ave. Reward for return to
A. G. Canfield, at above address.
LOST-Those who exchanged caps at
the "Mixer" can find their own at
The Daily office this afternoon.
LOST-A gold signet ring in Water-
man gym about three weeks ago.
Initials D. G. S. Call 907-M.
LOST-A bunch of seven keys on ring
April 21. Finder return to Daily
office, or call 1226-M.
LOST-Gold South Bend watch, chain
and silver knife. Reward. Phone

WANTED
WANTED-A canoe in good condition
State price and details in first let-
ter. Box V, Daily.
FOR SALE
FOR SAIE--A guitar, large size. Call
179.
. XISC FLLANKOUS
REWARD-For return of ring taken
from Mack & Co.'s rest, room, April
19. No questions asked. Miss G.
Treat, 1227 Washtenaw Ave. Phone
1847-R.
SAXAPHONES-Repadded and clean-
ed. 1038-M.

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"Our advice is, go
see 'The Heart of
Humanity.' "
-New York Tribune
"Of the utmost in-
tensity."
-New York World
"A distinct achieve-
ment in motion pic-
ture creation. "
-New York Times
"Is certain to touch
the heart of human-
ity. "
-New York Review

"Panoramas u
passe'd on the scr
-New York Even
"Its intense stor
hold you to the e
-New York Evening Tc
"Coyiceived wi
shill and intellij
that gift i highz
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Wuerth Theatre
TODAY AND TOMORROW

Shows Mat. 2-4, Eve'g 7-9. Prices: Mat. 20c, Eve'g 30c, Children 10c, Tax Included
Special Orchestra Music and Singing by Geraldine Schlenner

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