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April 26, 1919 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S 'w Sunday

News from The Other Colleges

LAST TIMES TODAY
CECIL B. DEMILLE

PRESENTS
"The SuwMan"
ARcCADE
Shows at 3 00; 7:oo; 8:30.
Phones
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
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."

Harvard- The masculine halls of
Harvard have yielded to women. Dr.
Alice Hamilton, of Chicago, has been
appointed assistant professor of in-
dustrial medicine.
Northwestern- Announcement has
been made that Northwestern univer-
sity is also seeking another president.
for the following year. Dean Holgate,
who has acted in the capacity of presi-
dent ad interim for the last three years
is no longer to have that position.
As yet no other man has been found
to fill the place.
Iowa-Dean W. F. Russell; of the
University of Iowa urges the exchange
of students with Russian universities.
American students may learn much
of painting, music, literature and all
the arts from Russia, he says, while
the Russians will learn the more prac-
tical and technical sdie of education
here.
Harvard-Harvard is to go back to
the two term system with the begin-
ning of the next school year, it is an-
nounced.

has been sought to aid in the strike
of telephone workers. The students
were requested to spend all their spare
time possible at the switches to relieve
the tie-,up resulting from the strike.
The workers, however, feel that the
edge of the strike has been taken off
by the action of the students and have
stated their case and requested that
they do not help the company further.
Harvard-Harvard has joined Yale
and Princeton in making important
changes in their scholastic require-
ments as a result of four years work.
The plan suggested at Harvard is that
of holding a general examination for
the degree of A. B. The student here-
after will be given a general examin-
ation toward the close of his senior
year and shall be required to display
at this examination a reasonable pro-
ficiency in some general field of col-
lege work.
Iowta- The legislature of the state
of Iowa has made large appropriations
for three new buildings, besides the
usual improvements. The buildings
to be constructed are a new dormitory
for nurses, a new psychopathic hos-
pital, and a new dormitory for men.
Illinois-A popular election is be-
ing held at the University of Illinois
to decide the four date a week ruling.
The question is whether or not uni-
versity women should be limited in
their dates, upper-class men four
dates a week, and freshmen, three.
The honor system is also being voted
on.

COSMOPOLITAN CLUB TO HEAR
PROF. WENLEY ON EDUCATION
"University Education" will be the
subject of Prof. R. M. Wenley's lec-
ture at 7:30 o'clock Saturday before
the Cosmopolitan club. The talk will
be given in Lane hall and both chap-
ters as well as the general public are
cordially invited.
The program will be followed by a
social hour, for which all are invited
to remain.

Picture Framing
We carry a complete line of mouldings and all nuAv
stock. Our picture department is up-to-date in all re-
spects and lye can sabe you money.
See our line of canoe paints. We solicit student patronage

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WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
-Sat-26--BILLIE RHODES in "The Lamb
and the Lion." Also News and Comedy.
Sun-Mon--27-28--MARY MILES MIN-
TERS in "Intrusion of Isabel and a
Sunshine Comedy.
- COMING -
GEORGE WALSH
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HELPI HELPI POLICE
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-26-VIViAN MARTIN in "Her Coun-
try First" (Ret.) - Also a News and
Comedy.
Sun--27--JACK PICKFORD in "Sandy"
and Ford Weekly and Last :pisode of
The Lure of of the Circus.
-COMING-
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
- in -
"MR. FIXIT"
Mal.Wed. GARRICK Night and
Beat Seats Sat. mat.
$1.ยข0 DETROIT se to $2
ISABELLE LOWE in
The Melting of Molly
with "The Chorus With a Rick"

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ture, "The Squaw Man."
Arcade- Earle Williams in "A
Gentleman of Quality."
Werth- Billie Rhodes in "The
Lamb and the Lion."

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Earle

Williams

Shubert-4 arrick, Detroit"The
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Detroit Opera Hbuse-on-the-Cam-
pus-"Passing Show of 1918."
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AT THE MAJESTIC
An excellent story, noteworthy act-
ing, and superb production character-
ize the Cecil B. DeMille picture, "The
Squaw Man," which will be shown for
the last times today at the Majestic.
The play Is an effective adaptation
of the famous stage play concerning
Jim Wynnegate, English gentleman,
who assumes another's name, comes
to America, and marries an Indian
girl living near his western ranch.
His name is later cleared and he is
called back to assume his title and
estate in England, but refuses to leave
his Indian wife, preferring to send his
young son to take up the title. Be-
lieving that she stands in the way of his
happiness, Naturich, the Indian girl
wife, kills herself and Wynnegate lat-
er returns to his native country.
The story is especially suited, to
screen production, and gives Mr. De-
Mille great opportunity to display his
talent for beautiful effects. The end-
ing of the play seems a bit abrupt, but
leaves the audience happy at seeing
the Squaw Man come In to his own.
Ann Little, as the worshipping lit-
tle Indian wife, gives a remarkable
characterization and makes the audi-
ence feel keenly the tragedy of her
position. Elliott Dexer, Theodore
Roberts, Jack Holt, and Tully Mar-
shall give their usual finished inter-
pretations.
AT THE ARCADE
Earle Williams has a duel indenti-
ty role which gives him dramatic op-
portunity in "A Gentleman of Quality,"
which will, be shown at the Arcade
today only.
The picture is adapted from the
popular novel by Frederic Van Renn-
salaer Dey, and centers about a young
American who loses all idea of his
identity and is forced by fate to marry
a beautiful and titled woman whose
missing husband he so closely resem-
bles. that she and all her kin claim
him as their own.
Madge Kennedy will appear Sunday
and Monday in "Daughter of Mine."

ADULTS 20c-Including Tax-CHILDREN 10c

Cecil B. Demille presents

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With The Greatest Cast Ever Assembled
ELLIOTT DEXTER, JACK HOLT,
THEODORE ROBERTS, TULLY MARSHALL
ANN LITTLE, KATHERINE MACDONALD
AND OTHERS

Tomorrow, Monday, Tuesday

The Squaw

Man

Supported by KATHERINE ADAMS in

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