THE MICHIGAN DAILNr
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly--All S w Sunday
AT THE THEATERS
- TODAY -
- in -
"The Test of Honor"
Shows at 3:oo; 7:00; 8:30
Theatr ,296-M Mgr's Res., 23z6-M
Thu-Fri.l -2-Clara Kimball Young is
"Cheating Cheaters." Christie Comedy,
Good Gracious. Bobby" V Ford Weekly
Sat-3-Viola Dana in "Satan, Junior" and
Big V Comedy:."Sospsudls and Sapheads"
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Majestic- John Barrymore in
"The Test of Honor."
Arcade-Clara Kimball Young in
Wuerth--Dustin Farnum in "A
Man in the Open."
Orpheum- Maurice Tourneur's
Shubert-Garrick, Detroit.-- "Oh
Detroit Opea House-on-the-Cam-
pus--"Passing Show of 1918."
Glee Club Number
In 'Hulla baloo"
The first public appearance of the
entire Glee club will be Friday eve-
ning at the All-Nation Hullabaloo.
Two numbers will be given by the club
during the first part of the evening.
. Twice weekly in the last few weeks,
the Glee club has been practicing and
smoothing out the rough places in the
rendition of the most popular songs
which will be delivered. Part of the
club appeared at the Swing-out, but
this did not include all the 60 men
who form the organization.
This represents the first work which
will be done by the organization pub-
licly although rehearsals commenced
only two weeks ago. It is expected
that several more concerts will be giv-
en in Ann Arbor and that trips will
be taken to some of the neighboring
cities in Michigan.
Alpha Chi Sigma Elects Prof. Kraemer
Dr. Henry Kraemer, professor of
pharmacognosy, was honored Wednes-
day evening by being elected to hon-
ory membership by the Michigan Al-
pha Beta chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma,
national chemical fraternity.
Martha Washington Candies fresh
every Friday. Tice's Drug Store. -Ad.
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ARBOR DANSEUSE, WHO WILL
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HULLABALOO" TONIGHT IN HILL
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LAST TIMES TODAY
AT THE MAJESTIC
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
I LLIE BURKE in "PEGGY"
Panama hats should be left with us at once in
order to have them ready for Straw Hat day.
Don't wait until you are ready to wear your
Panama before you bring it in, let us have it
now so we can have it done in nice shape when
you want it. We use nowacids, pastes or other
injurious compounds. We do only, high class
Work and your hat looks new when you get it.
We .renew your hat while other cheap hat
cleaning places ruin it. Bring your hat in now.
We also clean and reblock felt
hats, put on new baids, make
hats to order, etc.
Factory Hat Store
617 Packard St. Phone 1792
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-3-3GRIFFITH'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-
- COMING -
"DON'T CHANGE YOUR HUSBAND."
WALLACE REID IN "THE DUB."'
John Barrymore, whose amazing ver-
satility manifests itself with equal
force in tragic as well as in comic
roles, will be seen in "The Tet of
Honor" today and tomorrow at the
In this picture, Mr. Barrymore takes
the role of a man who prefers to be-
come -a convict rather than expose
the criminality of the woman he loves.
Although a favorite on the speaking
stage, this actor nevertheless suc-
cumbed to the lure of the screen, and
when his first motion pictre, "The Man
from Mexico," appeared, he found more
fame than ever. It is an interesting
fact that for the greater part of the
time since he entered the silent drama,
he appeared on the stage at night
while his leisure hours of the days
were devoted to the camera.
AT THE ARCADE
"Cheating Cheaters," in which Clara
Kimball Young appears for the last
times today at the Arcade is said to
be one of the most elaborate and unus-
ual in which she has appeared. The
play, which is in the nature of a melo-
dranatic farce, ran for over a season
on Broadway. For the most part the
action embraces the daring intrigue
of two bands of crooks, each operating
on the principle that the other is a
family of great wealth and easy to
Viola Dana will be shown tomorrow
in "Satan, Junior."..
AT THE WUERTH
"The Man in the Open," in which
role Dustin Farnum appears for the
last times today at the Wuerth, is a
soldier of fortune who knows the bit-
ter cold of Labrador winters, what it
is to be wrecked at sea, and how it
feels to live a brother to the grizzly
in the wilds of the great Northwest.
Always he is a lover and worshipper
He falls in love with a grand opera
singer whom chance has brought to
the forest and the wilderness, marries
her, loses her, fights for her, loses her
again, and -well, discover it for your-
in "6CHEATING CHEATERS"
rMO1N. MAY 5
Two gangs of crooks ignorant
of each other's identity, try to
steal each other's jewels.
SOME action--SOME picture
They all say it's Clara Kimball
Young's best-and we almost
have to agree with them!
Mat.Wd.ARRICK Night and
Best Seats Sat. Mat.
$1.50 DETROIT Sc to $2
Oh, Lady, Lady
The Original Nelp York Cast
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"T;-,.lE 9H H OMNOR.ll
VIOLA DANA, in 'SATAN, JUNIOR'
From Van Zo Post's "eLana Ardway"
"Man Proposes, God disposes" as a general rule.
But man is out of it altogether in "Satan,
Junior." The phrase should be amended, "Wo-
man proposes-" for poor Paul doesn't get a chance to
say "boo' when Diana starts after him.
Bargains in Canoes
They lon 't be here very long
at these ,prices.
"A Man In The Open"
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AT THE OPRHEUM
The story of "Sporting Life," which
is being shown at the Orpheum today,
deals with a young British nobleman
who seeks to rehabilitate his fortune.
He is a th rough sportsman and he
backs a pr ze fighter, and his own
mare, Lady Love, to win the Derby.
Both events are carried through suc-
cessfully but ;not without serious dif-
ficulties laid in the young sportman's
path by a relentless enemy.
The picture is a Maurice Tourneur
Dean 'Vaughan iWashington
Dean Victor C. Vaughan has been
in Washington since last Sunday to
attend a meeting of the National
Academy of Science, of which he is
an active member. It is expected that
he will return Saturday.,
3 New 171t. Morris Canoes
3 18 ft. Old Town Canoes $15 to $30
3 17 t. Old Town Canoes $15 to $30
3 16 ft. Old Town Canoes $10 to $25
1 18 It. New Carleton $40
1 18 ft. used Morris A25
174t. Old Town, gold stripe and
outfit. Rent paid to July 1, 1919.
ttSPORTING LIFE" ORPHEUM
on the Huron
Today and Tomoirrow
SHOWS AT 2:00-3:30-7:00-8:30
POSITIVELY THE BEST OFFERING EVER PRESENTED BY MR. BARRYMORE
Bray Pictograph - Selected Comedy
Adults 25c Including tax - Children 10+
Marguerite Clark in
"MRS. WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH"
in tL OVE"