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MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-AIS"ws Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
Shows at 3:00; 7:oo; 8:30
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Thu-Fri-1-2-Clara Kimball Young in
"Cheating Cheaters": Christie Comedy,
.Good Gracious. Bobby" & Ford Weekly
Sat-3-Viola Dana in "Satan. Junior" and
Bif V Comedy'Soapsuds and Sapheads"
'' ," "The Better'Ole"
will be shown at
Theatre on May
13, 14,15. Jot that
down right now,
80. you, will be
sure to save a date
for it. It's worth it
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-1-2-DUSTIN FARNUM in
A Man in the Open" Also a two-reel
L.-Ko Comedy, "Skate at Sea" and
Free Press Weekly.
Sat-3-FRANK KEENAN in "The Mid-
night Stage." Also Scenic and Comedy.
Sun-Mon--4-5--WILLIAM RUSSELL in
"Where the West Begins" and Sunshine
- COMING -
BILLIE BURKE in "PEGGY"
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-1-2-"Sporting Life" (Ret.).
A Paramount Artcraft Special. Also
a News and Comedy.
Sat--3--GRiFFITH S production "The
Great Love" (Ret.).
Sun- Mon-4-5 HAROLD LOCKWOOD
in "Shadow of Fear." A first run
Ford Weekly, "Good' Roads" and Com-
OTIS SKINNER AS PHILIPPE BRI-
DAU IN "THE HONOR OF THE
FAMILY," AT THE WHITNEY,
MONDAY, MAY 5.
Fuller Brush Sales meeting Thurs-
day, at 7:15 P. m.-Adv.
A he new
25 CENTS EACH
t. Whitney Theatre
rMON., M~Y 5
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"DON'T CHANGE YOUR HUSBAND."
WALLACE REID IN "THE DUB."
Mat. Wed. GARRICK Night aud
Best Seats SRIT Sat. Mat.
$1.50 DRTROIT S~c to $2
Oh, Lady, Lady
The Original Nk York Cast
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in His CT'ret 6tucce
r ARE HOOR
AT THE THEATERS
- TODAY -
C Majestic - Dorothy Dalton in
Arcade-Clara Kimball Young in
Wuerth-Dustin Farnum in "A
Man in the Open."
Orpheum- Maurice Tourneur's
Shubert-Garrick, Detroit.- "Oh I
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus-"Passing Show of 1918."
AT THE WHITNEY
For those playgoers who are fond of
intimate glimpses of the private life
of their stage Favorites, no glimpse into
the little-known home environment is
more cheering and delightful than that
of Otis Skinner, the distinguished act-
or who comes to the Whitney, Monday,
May 5, in "The Honor of the Family."
Mr. Skinner's home is at Bryn
Mawr, about 12 miles out of Philadel-
phia, and it is there that the actor
spends all his available time away
from the theater. The library of the
home contains one of the best known
and most thorough collections of the-
atrical literature and dramatic au-
thorities in. the country. Mr. Skinner's
out-door life is spent principally on the
golf links, and he has learned the kame
from no less an authority than "Chick"
Mrs. Skinner is at present the trav-
eling representative o the Stage Wom-
en's war relief and has organized
branches of this movement in various
AT THE ARCADE
"Cheating Cheaters," in which
Clara Kimball Young is featured to-
day at the Arcade, is an adaptation of
Max Marcin's famous stage play, and
tells the story of two famous bands of
crooks, with Nan Carey played by Miss
Young, as the leader of a band
which poses as the Brockton family.
They reside in a fashionable section
of the city for the purpose of becoming
acquainted with the wealthy Palmer
family, after which they plan to make
off with the Palmer jewels.
Instead of making the expected haul
the crooks learn that the Palmer Jew-
els are paste, and that their owners
are also crooks, who in turn were
planning to rob the Brocktons.
AT THE WUERTH
"A Man in the Open," in which Dus-
tin Farnum appears today and tomor-
row at the Wuerth, is said to afford
that star the most popularly accepted
vehicle of his stage career.
The story centers around one of
nature's gentlemen who is first a ship-
wrecked sailor, then a companion of
cowboys, and last a ranger. It por-
trays his adventures in the great
Northwest along with a ,fascinating
love story which weaves itself into
the main thread of the story, and is
reported to hold a real surprise. for
AT THE ORPHEUX
The real old Drury Lane brand of
melodrama is promised in Maurice
Tourneur's "Sporting Life," which
come to the Orpheum today and to-
Aside from the interest of the story,
the scenes of this photoplay are said
to be unusually massive and interest-
ing. These include a gypsy camp, a
prize ring contest in the National
Sporting club, London, a racing stable,
a battle on a dismantled ferry boat,
the rescue of a stolen horse from the
cellar of a tenenent, and fin-ally a
view of the Derby at Epsom, showing
the king's box.
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educational course free to the right
graduate. Don't see me unless you.
think you are a salesman. J. Fred
Lawton, '11, General Agent, 610 Far-
well Building, Detroit.Adv.
Be independent of "Dad." Turn your
spare time into cash. Only those who
haveto earn their own way through
school need apply. Give phone. Ap-
ply "Independent," care of Daily.--Adv.
Positions are open for two experi-
enced instrument men, four draftsmen,
and two structural engineers. Infor-
mation may be obtained from Prof. H.
E. Riggs of the civil engineering de-
partment about these positions. . As yet
no men have been secured for these
places, consequently Professor Riggs
is desirous of learning the names of
any graduate or former juniors or
seniors who might be interested in this
Engineers desiring to join the A. S.
M. E. this spring should see A. L. Alt-
house in room 226 before May 5. Next
semester the membership dues will be
increased, so that an advantage will be
gained by joining this semester. Any-
one with 32 hours of credit is eligible
City governments in Michigan are
seeking Michigan engineering stu-
dents to such an extent that Prof. W.
C. Hoad is having difficulty in filling
all the places. Such cities as Jack-
pon, Flint, Muskegon, and Highland
,ark have asked Professor Hoad to
get municipal engineers for them re-
cently. He thinks that by the end of
the year there will be three times as
many positions open as there are men
to take them. Anyone desiring such
a position should see Professor Hoad.
Senior Engineers wanting com-
mencement announcements should
place their orders with some member
of the committee at once. The com-
mittee consists of E. L. Spanagle, S. C.
Burbridge, H. C. Koch, and R. Duelt-
"Is the Principle of Collective Bar-
gaining Desirable for Professional
Men," is to be the subject of the round-
table discussion at the banquet of the
Engineers and Architects club, to be
held at 6:15 Friday evening at the
Union. A charge of 80 cents will be
made for the banquet.
Prof. H. H. Higbie, of the Electrical
Engineering department, has written
two text books on te subject of his
department, both of which have been
adopted by the U. S. Army for offi-
cial use of the Engineering Corps. A.
large number of the books have al-
aredy been contracted for, for ship-
Clara Kimball Young
in " CHEATING CHEATERS"
A REAL Broadway Success picturized
Imagine the surprise of the
cheaters when they discover-
ed another cheater cheating
A HighaClss Crook Play
Motion Picture News--Go the
limit with this picture. It is far
more interesting and entertain-
ing than any one ever released
featuring Clara Kimball Voung.
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 maximum
insurance against their being molested or bumped into by the
usual garage traffic.
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VIOLA DANA in 'SATAN JUNIOR'
another delightful comedy-a story altogether
different in a setting of rare beauty-a proces-
sion of laughs and smiles.
TQDAY AND TOMORROW
Prices 756 to $2
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30
LAST TIMES TODAY
- in -
One of the best pictures In months
l"Safety First Ambrose "- Sennett Comedy
TOMO R RO W== -ATURD AY
THE BEST OFFERING EVER PRESENTED BY MR. BARRYMORE
A Man in the Open"
Today and Tomorrow
20c, Including Tax
Today and Tomorrow at the
Selected Comedy-1ray Pictograph
Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch L O V E