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AT THE MAJESTIC

AT THE THEATERS

- TODAY -

Majestle- Marguerite Clark in
"Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage
Patch."
Arca- Harold Lockwood in
"The Great Romance."

Wuerth - George Walsh
"Help! Help! Police!"

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Orpheum-Bessie Love in "The
Yankee Princess."
Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-Jesse
Bonstelle company in "Ann's Ad-
venture."
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus-William Collier in "Nothing
But Lies."
The Daily is your paper-support
it.-Adv.
MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA ightly--Al S ws Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
Marguerite Clark
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"Mrs. Wiggs of
the Cabbage Patch"

Alice Hegan Rice's immortal "Mrs.
Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch"' furnish-
es excellent material for the peaceful,
entertaining photoplay without thrills,
as is demonstrated by the adaptation
of it featuring Marguerite Clark,
which is being shown for the last
times today at the Majestic.
There is no "eternal triangle" in this
film but the story is logical and read-
ily adapted to the "movies" as well
as to the "speakies" where it has al-
so been successfully produced. Miss
Clark 1is a captivating Lovey Mary, the
inmate of an orphan asylum who runs
away with another orphan, a little,
chap of some five years, and refuses
to give him up. She finds shelter in
the turbulent household of Mrs.
Wiggs, who is capably played by Mary
Carr.
Many of the characters are over-
drawn, especially Miss Tabitha Hazy,
who is the customary spinster car-
toon. Gareth Hughes is a handsome
Billy Wiggs, playing opposite Miss
Clark. The picture is well photo-
graphed and produced.
"Fatty" Arbuckle in "Love" is the
comedy attraction.
AT THE ARCADE
"The Great Romance," in which
Harold Lockwood is the star at the
Arcade today, is the romance between
Rupert Danza, a young man reared in
the United States and believing him-
self a citizen thereof, and Althea Han-
way, the pretty daughter of an Amer-
ican millionaire, whose mother is de-
sirous of marrying her to Prince
Boris.
Danza suddenly finds the leadership
of a band of revolutionists in the
kingdom of Rugaria thrust upon him,
and the situations which follow are
said to take one back to the days
when McGrath and McCutcheon were
in their prime writing this sort of
fiction.
AT THE WUERTH
George Walsh, athlete, sprinter,
baseball manager, and motion picture
attraction, will be the attraction at
the Wuerth today and tomorrow in
his new Fox comedy-drama, "Help!
Help! Police!"
'he story centers about a commer-
cial battle between safety razor inter-
ests for the control of the industry.

tour following the Metropolitan Opera
company's engagement in the south.
He is book to appear in Milwaukee,
St. Paul, Chicago, Nashville, Canton,
Ohio, St. Louis, and Kansas City.
Fritz Kreisler, the , violinist, will
make his first appearance before a
metropolitan public since his war time
retirement in October, at Boston. A
week later he will undertake a first
concert in New York, coming to De-
troit shortly afterward. Contrary, to
reports he has gone on no tour to
Mexico, but is living quetly at White
Sulphur Shrings.
Courses in all branches of music
will be taught at the summer school
session of the University School of
Music which begins June 30 and lasts
eight weeks. Professional coaching
will be an important part of the school
work this summer. From the number
of enrollments already in, the sum-
mer school promises to be a large one.
There will be faculty concerts as
usual in conjunction with the Univer-
sity entertainment for summer school
students.
Engineering News
A new silver surface screen for
motion pictures has been secured by
the mechancial engineering depart-
ment to use in lecture room 229. It
is expected that this will greatly in-
crease the teaching value of the slides
which are shown, and in class work.
Carl Reilly, ex-'19E, who was
wounded and gassed in France and
fought on many of the fronts, is in
Ann Arbor, looking up his credits. He
expects to enter the engineering sum-
mer school.

Harold Day, ex-'20E, who was in
the French artillery for about two
years as an aspirant, was in Ann Ar-
bor Monday.
Owing to the inability of both Prof.
H. C. Parker of the electrical engin-
eering department and Dean Mortimer
E. Cooley to attend the meeting of the
A. S. M. E. in which they were to par-
ticipate Monday night, it was indefin-
itely postponed. The election of of-
ficers was to have been held, along
with other important business of the
society, and this will take place at a
meeting, the date of which will be an-
nounced soon. Prof. H. C. Parker and
Dean Cooley were unable to attend
because their presence was necessit-
ated at a meeting of the University
senate.

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Dean Mortimer E. Cooley and Prof.
1i. C. Anderson of the engineering col-
lege after returning from Newark, N.
J., Sunday, go to Newark again Tues-
day to continue their testimony for the
Public Service Railway company, con-
cerning the zone system of fares now
before the New Jersey Utilities com-
mission.
Professor Anderson spent a year in
1915 appraising the property and as
the appraisal affects the case, it is
necessary for him to be present. The
case will be finished this week, after
which Dean Cooley will go to New
York concerninghbusiness of the A. S.
M. E. of which he is the national pres-
ident.
Tickets for the freshman engineers'
dance may be secured in room 217 of
the Engineering building. Freshmen
planning to attend the dance are re-
quested to make their reservations at
once.
Students read The Daily.-Ady.

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THEATRE
Today and Tomorrow

Also Lloyd Comedy and Free Press

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LYNDON

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Our amateur finishing is of such quality that w
guarantee absolutely perfect results or no pay.

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ARC ADE
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 2g6-M Mgr's Res., 23x6-M
Tues-Wed-6-7-Harold Lockwood in
"The Great Romance"; Star Comedy,
"The Wife Breakers" and Screen Tele-
gram. (Tuesday, under auspices of
Congregational Ladies, Group 6.)
Thurs-Fri-$-9--Mme. Alla Nazimova in
"Out of the Fog"; Christie Comedy,
"You Couldn't Blame Her" and Ford
Weekly. 25c.
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WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 5:30, 10:00
Tues-Wed--6-7-GEORGE WALSH in
"Help, Help Police." Also Lloyd Com-
edy and Free Press Weekly.
Thurs-Fri--S-9-MARGARITA FISHER in
"Put Up Your Hands" with an L-Ko
Comedy, "A Movie 'Riot" and Free
Press Weekly.
Sat -10- BESSIE BARRISCALE in
"Hearts Asleep.". Also Scenic and
Comedy, "Their Baby."
- COMING -
BILLIE BURKE in "PEGGY"

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Tues-Wed-6-7-BESSIE LOVE in "The
Yankee Princess." Also a Mutt and
Jeff Cartoon Comedy.
Thurs-8-An Ince ,Production, "The
Guilty Man" (Ret.). Also News and
Comedy, "Coming Out."

Prof. A. A. Stanley specially requests
that all members of the Choral Union
attend practice at 7 o'clock Tuesday
evening.
Librettos for the May festival are
now in press and will be placed on
sale the beginning of next week at
the music and book stores.
Sergt. Horace L. Davis, recently
returned from France, is coaching un-
der Mr. Harrison. While in France
he was in the infantry and conducted
a military band. In June he will go
to Chicago where he has several book-
ings for concert work.
The sale of single tickets for the
May festival is now on at the Univer-
sity School of Music.
Sergt. Charles Sykes, prominent sev-

Last Times Tonight MargueriteC
"Mrs. Wiggs of The Cabbage Patch"
FATTY ROSCOK ARBUCKLE in "LOVE"
TomorroW- Th uirsday
ETHEL CLAYTO

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Fri--9-ILLiE BURKE in "The Make
Believe Wife" (Ret.) with a' News and
Comedy, "Coming Out."

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- COMING -
"ROMANCE OF HAPPY VALLEY"

Mystery Girl.
Oh boys! Never judge a girl by her clothes!
This beautiful girl, so girlish and innocent in her
ways, may really be, well, something quite different
irom what she looks. See "The Mystery Girl."
The H1t-Sennett Comedy

eral years ago in opera and Glee club
PTae. R K at25-5, activities, has returned from France
and sat. DETROIT 90cand 75e and is taking special work under Mr.
The Bonstelle Co. Harrison.
ANN'S ADVENTVRE Enrico Caruso, accompanied by Mrs.
Caruso, will make a spring concert
University of Michigan
Summer Session 1919
Mlore than 3oo courses conducted by a staff
of 250 members of the regular faculties of the
University. All University facilities available

Adults 20C'

Children ioc

*No. i~ss, you can not ยข z
RTK L CLAjYTOM ;j&'ihe MyStLery Girl'

INCLUDING TAX

Friaay-Saturday

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WalIlace

Reid

Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering
and Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study,
Library Methods, Biological Station, Embalm-
ing and Sanitary Science, Public Health Nursing
June 30 - August 22; Medicine and Surgery,
June 30-August 8; Law, June 23-July 26 and
July 28-August SO.
The work is equivalent in method, character And credit value
to that of the academic session, and may be counted toward de-
grees. Certificates of credit and attendance issued. Many spe-
cial lectures, recitals, concerts and excursions. Cosmopolitan
student body. Delightful location. Expense low.
For further information, address
T. E. RANKIN
Box 20, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Thte Roaring Road
Positively the best picture ever made by Mr. Reid.

Sunday-Three Days

Elliott Dexter

FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE Gloria Swanson
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Same Cast as 'Don't Change Your Husband'

Jack Holt

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