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MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S ws Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
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A'I R Coir A D E
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30.
Theatre, 296 M P Mgr's Res., 2336-M
Sat-10-Constance Talmadge in "Ro-
mance and Arabella" and Big-V Com-
edy, "Scamps and Scandals." 25c.
Sun-Mon - 11-12 - Louis Bennison in
"Speedy Meade" and "Smiling Bill"
Parsons in "New Breakfast. Food."
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat -10--BESSIE BARRISCALE in
"Hearts Asleep." Also Scenic and
Comedy, "Their Baby."
Sun-Mon-I-2-- FANNIE WARD in
"The Common, Clay." Also an Ar-
Tues-Wed--13-14-EVELYN NESBIT in
"A Woman, Woman." Also a Lloyd
Comedy and Free Press Weekly.
~ T H EAT ER,
U DENTAL " SCIDL- 0.
IVERSITY " AVENUE-
As usual during Miss Bonstelle's
engagement, popular prices will pre-
vail, and matinees will be given on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Roy Diem, utility man at the Lasky
studio, plays the role of a cow in
Ethel Clayton's new Paramount pic-
ture, "Pettigrew's Girl," which will
be shown at the Majestic in the near
future. This isn't the first time.-
Diem is an experienced. "animal actor"
and his grotesque bovine actions are
said to be excrusiatingly funny.
At The Union
In addition to the 49 guest rooms
there are to be six rooms on the fourth
floor for the help that is needed to
keep the rooms in order. Three maids
and a woman supervisor will be em-
ployd to take care of the rooms for
the Union members and visitors.
Although the three large rodms on
the third floor of the building are to
be used free of charge by campus
societies, any organisation may secure
a lease on a room fo a definite period
of time upon the payment of a small
The desk and confectionary stand
that now is on the first floor is only
temporary. When decorations are
made and the furniture comes these
will be taken away and a larger and
more imposing structure will take
Work will be started, as soon as
enough money is on hand, on the two
passenger elevators whose first floor
entrance will be near the desk. They
will run to the fourth floor and will
be attended by the bell boys. Due to
the increased amount of supplies en-
tering the building during the S. A.
T. C. regime, the freight elevator at
the rear was put into operation last
It is planned to close the front doors
at 12 o'clock every night after the
building is completely finished. A bell
at the front door will be connected
with the desk so that any guests com-
ing in after that time will be admit=
ted by the night clerk. One of the
main reasons for doing this is that
all cleaning will e done in the hals
Ilichiga n Honor
Mothers' Day, which will be held
Sunday, was originated by a Michigan
man in honor of a Michigan mother.
Hon. C. C. Blakesley, of Albion, once
state representative, was behind the
movement which resulted in the pass-
age of a bill through congress, setting
aside a day to be known as Mothers
'Mr. Blakesley '*as then- living iii
New York, and in search of some way
to show his respect and veneration
for his mother, succeeded in getting
governmental action on the matter.
The date waset in the first bill as
May 13, that being the birthday of
Mrs. Blakesley. Since that day does
not always come on Sunday, the day
has been put on the second Sunday in
May, the day nearest her birthday.
Mrs. Blakesley is now 90 years old.
FLINT AND GENESEE COUNTY
STUDENTS ORGANIZE SECTION
Following the line of sectional club
organization which the Y. M. C. A. has
been advocating, 12 men from Flint
and Genesee county met at Lane hall
Friday to organize and elect officers.
The officers chosen were: president,
G. G. Whitney, '21; secretary, Zar
A committee was appointed to make
a program for the next meeting. TI
are to be eats and a general g
time, the purpose being to get the
lows acquainted. The committee m
bers are: E. P. Russell, '21M; R
Dillon, '21E; and R. M. Gooder
The club has as its chief purpose
advertising of the University of 1
igan in Flint and Genesee county.
ters will be sent to the member
the senior class of Flint high sc
urging its special attention to the
vantages of attending Michigan.
University Law Sch(
John H. Wigmore, Dean
That new students may enter at
ginning of the fourth term, June
Increase in Requirements for Adi
sion and Graduation.
Admission: After September 1, 1
students entering for the first I
will be required to submit proo
the satisfactory completion of tl
years of college study.
Graduation: Four years (or
months) of residence study is req
ed, except that students entering
Law School with a bachelor's deg
representing a four-year coursedin
approved college, may complete
course in three years (or 27 mont
For detailed information address
Secretary of the Law School,
Northwestern University Bldg.
Lake and Dearborn Sts.,
ABOVE IS THE OUTLINE OF A PROPOSED PLAN WHICH CALLS
FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF T HE "CAT-HOLE" INTO AN AMPHI-
THEATER CAPABLE OF SEATING 10,000 PEOPLE.
- COMING -
BILLIE BURKE in "PEGGY"
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00 -
-at-10-LBRYANT WASHBURN in "The 1
s Trail" (Ret.). Also Current
Evnsand Comedy, "Mixed "Wives."
S--l 1-12 --JUNE ELVIDGE in ]
"TeTenth Case." Also "The Lure
ofte Circus," No. 17, "and Ford
e, "A Visit to New Orleans."
s- 13-14 -MADLAINE TRAV-
* REin "Love That Dares." Also a '
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon Comedy.,
- COMING -
PEGGY HYLAND in MISS ADVENTURE
Pop mats. R Mat. 25-500
TGe. Thur.NAghCK ts25e
and Sat. DETROIT Sc and 7$e
The Bonstelle Co.
IN 23 INITIATES
I Round-Up. All-Campus society, re-
cently held its spring initiation at the
Union. The annual formal dinner-
dance of the club will be held May 16.
'The >initiates are: Harold F. Stat-
zer, '20; Harold W. Husted, '20; R. B.
Taylor, '20E; A. J. Marshall, '21E;
M. V. Rokers, '21A; Leslie O. Brown,
'21L; Harold M. Kiefer, '19A; G. Ber-
nard Ulvild, '22H; George M. Uns-
worth, '20E; B. V. Severance, '20; J.
M. Parsans, '20; H. C. Vorys, 20; L.
G. Raub, '21D; John D. Kenyon, '19A;
Raymond W. Severance, '20; John A.
Lukens, '22M; Thomas A. Hart, '19;
Henry, Hicks, '211D; Russel Whitcher,
'20E; Hodgson"S. Pierce, '20E; Percy
P. Hutchins, '21; Donald McCormick,
'20, and Kennith H. Petrie, '20.
A vertis Ia The Daily.-Adv.
SEE The NEW PIPES
City Cigar Store
110 E. Huron St.
- TODAY -
AT THE THEATERS
Continue Your Past Satisfaction
"ROMANCE AND ARADELA"
Majestlc---Walace Reid in "The
Arcade - Constance Talmadge
in "Romance (and Arabelle."
Wuerth - Bessie Barriscale in
Orpheum-Bryant Washburn in
"The Gypsy Trail."
Bonstelle company in "Ann's A-
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus-William Collier in "Nothing
AT THE MAJESTIC
Most of the automobile race scenes
for "The Roaring Road," in which
Wallace Reid is appearing for the
last times today at the Majestic, were
photographed on the Santa Monica race
The course is located near Los An-
geles, and for years has been the scene
of many desperate and thrilling speed
conflicts between some of the most
noted racing drivers of the day, in-
cluding Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, the
American Ace of Aces, Teddy Tetzlaff,
Barney Oldfeld and, others.
Mr. Reid, in the role of a young
"speed-devil," drove his own car for
all the race scenes in the picture,
attaining at times a speed of from a
hundred and one to a hundred and
ten miles per hour,tcoming out at the
finish without a scratch.
AT THE ACADE
"Romance and Arabella," featuring
Constance Talmadge, which will be
shown today only at the Arcade, is
the story of a very young widow who
is determined that her second mar-
riage shall be the outcome of a rom-
ance and that her lover will have to
shower her with thrills before lie
can win here.
Her devoted admirer, who is rather
prosaic and therefore holds no inter-
est for her, introduces a succession
of suitors, and every time the heroine
is treated to a disillusionment, being
finally convinced that her prosaic lov-
er is the right man after all.
AT THE SHUBERT-GARRICK
Several new faces are being seen
with the Jeie Bonstelle company at
the ,Shubert-Garrick this week, where
they are opening Miss Bonstelle's
tenth annual summer season at this
The leading man is Capt. Paul Gor-
don, who has but recently returned
from two years overseas. Mr. Gordon
is looked upon by Eastern critics as
one of the most promising of young
actors. Other members are: Kather-
ine Cornell, Marie Curtis, Cicely Bar-
cham, Winifred Lenihen, Elizabeth
Parker, J. Harry Irvine, William Gri-
mans, Claude Kimball, Richard Far-
rell, Robert Smiley, and Adams Rice.
2:00,38:30, 7:00, 8:30
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- Last Times Today -
By An Appointment For Your
Cap and Gown Portrait
619 E. Liberty
The Roaring Road
Ford Weekly-Selected Comedy
unaay-Three Days =
CECIL B. DEMILLE'S
U7earr than" Don't Change Your Husband"
ALL STAR CAST-
Elliott Dexter, Gloria Swanson,
Theodore Roberts, Jack Holt,
Rip & Stitch, Sennett Comedy
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You have seen Constance Talmadge as a kid, a
debutante, a married woman and a divercee.
Now she is a widow. She is charming.
(But a pretty girl like she doesn't stay
a widow long)
Louis Bennison in "Speedy Mead"
COMING-"tTHE BETTER 'OLE"
SO O N
Daddy Lollg Legs,