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April 24, 1919 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAIUY

Trade Board Lifts Embargo
Washington, April 23. - Imitation.
leather, tinplate, terne plate and gal-
vanized sheets now can be imported :r
into Holland, Switzerland, Finland,s
Luxemburg and Rhine territory, War
Trade Board announces.

Engineering

News

MAJESTIC-
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S w Sunday
TODAY-TOMORROW
CECIL B. DeMILES
PRESENTS
"The Squaw Man"
ARC ADE
Shows at 3:00, 7,00; 8:30
Phones:-
Theatre, 206-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
.Thur-Fri---24-25-Mne. Olga Petrova in/
"Tempered Steel"; Christie Comedy,
"Pearls and a Peach," and Ford
Weekly.
Sat-26-Earle Williams in "A Gentle-
man of Quality" and Big-V Comedy,
"Love and Lather."
Sun-Mon - 27-28 -- Madge Kennedy in
"Daughter of Mine" and "Smiling Bill"
Parsons in "Master of Music."

American Institution of Electrical
Engineers will meet at 7:30 o'clock
Thursday evening in room 248 of the
Engineering building. The meeting
will be addressed by Mr. G. E. Lewis,
superintendent of hydro power plants
of the Detroit Edison company. "Hy-
dro Electrical Development," will be
the subject of the address.
Members of the All-Engineering so-
ciety who paid for the last issue of
Saddle Horses

T heTechnic may have their money re-
funded by presenting their member-
ship cards at the Technic office.
John B. Jewell, '16A, visited the
architectural college Tuesday. He has'
just returned from France.

WHITNEY THEATI
THUR.SDAY APRIL 2

Lieut. R. H. Walker, ex-'20
ed through Ann Arbor on
home and visited the architect
lege. He expects to enter the
sity in the fall.
Buy Victory Bonds -
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SCENE FROM "THE COUNTRY COUSIN," IN WHICH ALEXANDRA CAR-
LISLE APPEARS TONIGHT AT THE WHITNEY THEATER.

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I have been
made presi-
dent of the
league of
laughter!
See "The
Better 'Ole"
and knew
the reason.
Old gill1

English Still Making Much Margarine
London, April 23. -- Margarine man-
ufacturers using vegetable oil and
operating under *the government war
formula, are still making about 5,000
tons of margarine everyweek.
At present market prices margarine
is. retailed at 18 cents a pound; but-
ter at 60 cents, both prices being set
by the government.

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AT THE THEATERS

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The Arena of the Air"

- TODAY -

EDDIE RICKENBACKER

WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-24-25-Lois Weber & Phillip
Smalley in their own production, "The
hland that Rocks the Cradle. Also
L Ko Comedy, Free Press Weekly and
Vod-a-Vil reel
Sat-26--BILLI& RHODES in "The Lamb
and the Lion." Also News and Comhedy.
- COMING -
WM. RUSSELL
"WHERE THE WEST BEGINS"
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00,8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-24 25-HAZEL DALY in "The
Little Rowdy Also News and Comedy.

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Wahi
Eve sharp
Pencil
Alkl'ays sharp
Never Sharpened
$1.00 to $4.00

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Whitney-Alexandra
"The Country Cosin."

Carlisle in

Majestic-Cecil B. De Mille pic-
ture, "The Squaw Man."
Arcade-Olga Petrova in "Tem-
pered Steel."
Werth-Lois Weber and Phillip
Smalley in "The Hand That Rocks
the Cradle."

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Hill Auditorium - Saturday May 3 - 8 P. M
Illustrated with reels of actual air battles
Limited number of reserved seats at $1.50 and $
All other seats 50c, at Wahr's, Shchan's and Memorial Hall

He 1, SWITZER & C.

Orpheum--Hazel Daly in "The
Little Rowdy."
Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-"The
I. Melting of Molly."
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus-"Passing Show of 1918."

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310 South State Street

Sat-26-VIVIAN MARTIN in "Her Coun-
try First." News and Comedy.
-- COMING -
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
k-in-
"MR. FIXIT"
Deal.Seat GARRIC Night and
seat. We,.CK sii. t.
$1." DETROIT Oc to $2
ISABELLE LOWE in
The Melting of Molly
with "The Chorus With a Mick"

FOR SPRING
Clutf,I Pa ody ,& Cc'.Inc. rroy~rrK]

TODAY - TOMORROW
-Mime.. Olga Petrova

-- Buy Victory Bonds --
AT THE MAJESTiC
Cecil B. De Mille, producer of "Old
Wives for New," and of "Don't Change
Your Husband" fame, is responsible for
the production of "The Squaw Man,"
which comes to the Majestic Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday.
According to his usual custom, Mr.
De Mille goes beyond the "one-star"
idea and announces Elliott Dexter, Ann
Little, Theodore Roberts, Jack Holt,
and Tully Marshall in the leading
roles. He may be expected to also
furnish settings and photography of
corresponding quality.
The film is based upon Edwin Milton
Royle's successful stage play of the
same name, in which Robert Edeson
made himself famous.
- Buy Victory Bonds -
AT THE WHITNEY
Commenting on his play, "The Coun-
try Cousin," in which Alexandra Car-
lisle appears tonight at the Whitney,
Julian Street says, "The basic con-
trast of the play is neither geographic-
al nor, so to speak, agricultural, but is
one of ideals. Our Nancy Price is
not a creature of locality but of point
of view, and so far as my participation
in the writing of the play enables me
to judge, it seems she came from Ohio
only because George C. Tyler, the pro-
ducer, did, and because, we, as au-
thors, played upon his sectional weak-
ness.
"All that Nancy Price means really
is the kind of girl a sane man might
wish to marry as against the kind he
might wish to take to a cabaret-if
you can imagine a sane man going to
a cabaret."
- Buy Victory Bonds -
AT THE ARCADE

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2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30

Today

To1 orrOW

Saturday

Cecil B. Demille presents

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The Squaw

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In

"Tempered Steel"
A Story of Theatrical Life

PERFORMANCES

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2-3:30-7

Children lOc
Including Tax
Adults 20c

Story by
George Middleton

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Author of

"Polly with a Past"

Directed by
RALPH INCE

one of the best direetors
j
An enthralling story
with a big surprise

"Tempered Steel," in which Mme
Olga Petrova will be featured Thurs-
day and Friday at the Arcade, contains
all the elements of romance, suspense
and rapid action which the star's
many admirers have come to associate
with her name.
Beginning in the quiet atmosphere
of a sleepy old Southern town, the nar-
rative carries one to the heart of New
York's theatrical world, where the
struggle for success is as pitiless as it
is unceasing. In the leading role,
Mme. Petrova is said to do the best
acting of her screen career.
Buy Victoty Bonds
Science has proved that newspaper
advertising pays best. You can reach
all the students and faculty through
The Daily.-Adv.
-Buy Victory Bonds-
Bargains in Baseball Mitts at Wahtr's
University Book Store.-Adv.

With The

Greatest

Cast

Eiver Assembled:

SATu; DY
Earle Williams In "A Gentleman of Quality"
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Madge Kennedy in "Daughter of Mine"

ELLIOTT DEXTER, JACK HOLT, JULIA FAYE
THEODORE ROBERTS, TULLY MARSHALL
THURSTON HALL, EDWIN STEVENS,
ANN LITTLE, KATHERINE MACDONALD

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