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April 22, 1919 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-04-22

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THE MICHIGAN DAIL___

MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S -ws Sunday
TODAY-TOMORROW
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News From The Other Colleges

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Cornell-A plan for an endowment
fund to increase the pay of instruct-
ors is being organized at Cornell. An
appeal is to be made to the alumni
to effect a general increase in sala-
ries, and although the work of creat-
ing the fund is being carried on with
the purpose of obtaining general sub-
scriptions, efforts are being made to
have various. 'Chairs endowed, and to
have particular endowment given to
the various colleges.
Kansas-Co-operative homes for un-

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WUERTH THEATRE'
2:00, 3:30 7:00, 8:30, 10:90
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Dorothy Phillips in 04The Heart
of Humanity." Also a Tor Mix
Comedy "Six Cylinder Love."
Shows: Matinee 2 and 4, Evening 7 and 9
Prices: Mat. 20c Eve. 30c. Children 1 Oc
Tax included'
MARY MILES MINTERS
in -
"THE INTRUSION OF ISRAEL"

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Tues -22- MARGUERITE CLARK in
"PRUNELLA." Also Mutt and Jeff
Cartoon and Free Press Weekly.
Wed-23-LINA CAVALIERI in "Gris-
monde." Also Mutt and Jeff Cartoon
and Free Press Weekly.

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The Better 'Ole
is a movie ver-
sion of the cele-
brated play and
cartoons by
Bruce Bairns-
father.
Old 21ill

the program for the University of Kan-
sas. It is planned to accommodate
10 to 15 students in each building, andk
those who live there will be largely
self-supporting. The saving brought
about by the house should amount to
about one-half the usual average ex-
penditures of a student. The women
living in the house will do all the work,
including the cooking.
Minnesota-Five scholarships have
been offered to women at the Univer-
sity of Minnesota. Four of them are
of $150 and one, $100. The St. Paul
College club offers three, the Minne-
apolis College Women's club offers
two, and the Minneapolis Woman's
club, one. Preference will be given
to women enrolled in the College of
Literature, Science and the Arts.
Washburn-An annual Clean-Up day
has been instituted for Washburn uni-
versity. April 15 was declared a hol-
iday, but while classes were excused,
the students labored with additional
zeal to clean up the campus and get
it all done in one day.
Harvard - An unusual opportunity
is being offered by the Student depart-
ment of the Y. M. C. A. at Harvard for
a practical study of economic and so-
sial settlement conditions in New
York City this summer. Fifty men
will be selected from all parts of the
country, and the men selected for the
group will be under no expense dur-
ing this time except their railroad fare
to and from New York.
Yale-The Yale Student Council has

proposed a definite measure to limit"
the number of activities in which a
studentmay take part, through a class-
ification of activities. The purpose of
the measure is to give to the activities
men who will have time to do them
justice and to take away office hold-
ing from the few.
-- Buy Victory Bonds -
MARGUERITE CHAPIN, '20, IS
DELEGATE TO CONVENTION
Marguerite Chapin, '20, will repre-
sent the Women's league at the an-
nual meeting of its Middle Western
intercollegiate association for Wom-
en's Self Government, to be held April
23 to 26 in Chicago.
This association meets annually to
discuss means for co-operation of

MAJESTIC THURSDAY, FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY
Cecil B. De Mile presents
T he Squaw Man

women in universities and improve- Tennis Racket,. Restrit
ment in the system of government. promptly done at Wahr's
Meeting in 1917 was suspended, the Book Store.-Adv.
money used for this purpose beingd
given to the Red Cross. Advertise in The Daily.

AUTOMOBILE STORAGE
BY DAY WEEK OR MONTH
We have a new three story building where, if requested
cars can be removed from the first floor. This is the maximun
insurance against their being molested or bumped into by th
usual garage traffic.
UNITED STATES TIRES LUBRICATING OIL
STAEBLER tl. SONS
Service Station 209-,211 S. Ashley Phone 68
REO OAKLAND DORT AUTOMOBILES

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- COMING-
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
in -
"MR. FIXIT"

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$1.50 DETROIT Soc to $2
ISAAELLE LOWE ,#m
The Melting oftdolly
with "The Chorus With a 'ick"

Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
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.
Thu r-Fri-24-25-Mme. Olga Petrova in
"Tempered Steel"; Christie :Comedy,
"Pearls and a Peach," and Ford
Weekly.

With the gree.test cast ever assembled l ncluding

Elliott Dexter

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Theodore Roberts

- Tolly Marshal

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NOW IN PICTURES - - SCENARIO WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY THE AUTHOR HIMSELF

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Millions of people have read the book
Millions of people habe seen the play
The picture is a masterful
Visualization of them both

Augmented Orchestra

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