EPARATIONS FOR FROLIC
ate preparations are being
the freshman Frolic, to be
iday night in Barbour gym-
The dancing room will be
lecorated in green and white,
.s and flowers will be placed
eeption rooms. Tickets are
. the Union for $2.20.
.dvertising;is a direct means
FROSH ENGINEERS COMPLETE
PLANS FOR FIRST CLASS STEP
Freshmen engineers will hold their
dance called, "The Freshman Step,"
Friday night, May 16, at the Armory.
Efforts are being made to have every;
engineer attend the dance, and toi
this purpose salesmen have been plac-
ed at various places in the Engineer-
ing building from whom ticekts may be
bought for $2.20,
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AT THE THEATERS
- TODAY -
Majestic-Cecil De Mille picture
"For Better, For Worse."
Arcade - Louis Bennison
Monday, May 11
Nights, 25c, 50c, 5c
nth Annual Season-Second Week
te Bonstelle Company
in a play of mother love and mystery
By IA RA VENE THOJPSON
ilar Matinees Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, 25c and 50c
Nights, 25c, 50c,
Wuerth-Fannie Ward in "The
Orpheum-June Elvidge in "The
Bonstelle company in "The Net."
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Can,-
pus- -"Through the Ages."
AT THE MAJESTIC
Cecil B .De Mile, director-general
of the Paramount Artcraft company,
has just presented "For Better, For
Worse," which will be shown at the
Majestic today, tomorrow, and Mon-
day. A feature of the production is
the all-star cast including Elliott
Dexter, Gloria Swanson, Jack Holt,
Theodore Roberts,and others of this
The comedy feature will be "Rip
and Stitch, Tailors," with Hughie
Mack. The following attractions at
the Majestic will be Douglas Fair-
banks in "The Knickerbocker Buck-
eroo," and Mary Pickford in "Daddy1
AT THE ARCADE
"Speedy lMeader in which Louis
Bennison will appear at the Arcade
today and tomorrow is said to be an
unusually engrossing story, with an
unusually involved plot. Katharine
MacDonald is the leading lady and is
said to do some of her best work in
The comedy part of the program
will include "New Breakfast Food,"
another "Smiling Bill" Parsons com-
edy. The comedy is said to be some-
what different in that Leander Potts,
manager of the Frivolous Frolickers,
brings his company 'to the staid old
town of Pikeville for several per-
formances. His play is severely cen-
sored but he manages to turn the
tables on Hiram Crabbe, the Pikeville
AT THE SHUBERT-GARRICK
For the second week at the Garrick
theater, ;Detroit, Jessie Bonstelle has
selected Maravene Thompson's mys-
tery drama, "The Net," which was of-
fered in Detroit earlier in the sea-
son under the direction of Mr. Lee
Kugel. It has been said, however,
that when "The Net" was given its
earlier production in Detroit, it was
in its infancy andrsince the initial
presentation seVeral important and
satisfying changes have been made.
The play was dramatized by Miss
Thompson from the story from her
pen, and is based on Mother Love, a
mistaken identity lending a mysteri-
ous trend to the entire story.
AT THE DETROIT OPERA HOUSE
ON THE CAMPUS
It has been said that "Through the
Ages," the attraction which Comstock
and Gest are presenting at the De-
troit Opera House-on-the-Campus this
week, will have the most pictorially
perfect production of modern drama
ever offered the American public. The
scenes are massive and solid,/and of
such size that it will require practi-
cally a special train to bring them
The play itself is strictly modern but
the scenes are in a locality new to
theater goers. The theme has for its
foundation-Love-not the love of sex
but the higher love-man's humanity
towards man. The play was written
by Guy Bolton and George Middleton,
with incidental music by William
Womens Baseball Schedule Announced
The baseball schedule for the week
is as follows: Seniors, 4 o'clock Tues-
day and Wednesday; juniors, 4 o'clock
Monday and Thursday; sophomores,
4 o'clock Monday and Wednesday;
freshmen, 4 o'clock Tuesday . and
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making poor investments. Invest with
Huron Valley Bldg. & Sav. Asso. Ab-
solutely safe. Pays r percent. Money
loaned on Real Estate. H. H. Herbst,
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months we will be open Sundays from
9:30 to 4:30. After hours drop films
in chute for finishing. Lyndon, 719
N. University Ave.-Adv.
Rent a Kodak today. Lyndon, 719
N. University Ave.-Adv.
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to and including Sunday
night, Hay -ith
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