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THE MICHIGAN DAILYr
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shaws Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
At The Union
Shows at 3:00; 9:oo; 8:so
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., ax6-M
Tues-Wed-Thurs-13 14- 5-"The Better
'Ole" by Bruce Bairnsfather, and
(Tues and Wed) Star Comedy, "State
Room Secrets", and Screen Telegram;
(Thurs) Christie Comedy, "For Love
or Money" and Ford Weekly. 25c.
Fri--16--Norma Talmadge in "The For-
bidden City" (Ret.); Christie Comedy,
"For Love or Money" and Ford Weekly.
Plans are in the making for re
ion during June of 23 classes who
make their neauquarters at the1
ion. Correspondence is being car
on with men who graduated as
back as '66 in an effort to have r
resentatives of their class meet.
A built in balcony on the sec(
floor with doors leading to the
sembly hall and to the billiard ro
is expected to prove an attraction
both dancers from the assembly h
and to the billiard and pool enth
The grill room will probably be
complete running order by Commen
meat time. Orders have already b(
placed for the furniture and kitel
equipment and the type of soda foi
tain that will be installed is now un
consideration. About six people u
be required to meet the needs of
customers that will undoubtedly av
themselves of the many features
Although the completion of 1
swimming pool is a future event, t
kind of tile and fixtures that will
installed are being planned. Wo
will not be started on the pool un
most of the other attractions of t
building are finished.
Friday, May 16
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2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-15-16-LOUISE GLAUM in
"The Wolfwoman." Also an L-Ko
Comedy, "Let Fido Do It" and a Free
Sat-17-WILLIAM DESMOND. in "White
Washed Walls" and Scenic and Comedy,
and 'Free Press Weekly.
Sun-on-i8-1 9-AITA STEWART in
"From Headquarters." Also a Toro
Mix Comedy, "Tomn nd Jerry."
- COMING -
BILLIE BURKE in "PEGGY"
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:0
Thurs-15-ENID BENNETT in "When
D9 We Eat?" (Ret.). Also Current
Events and Comedy. "Swat the Flirt."
Fri-Sat-16-17-A Griffith production, "A
Romance of Happy. Valley" (Ret. ).
Also a News and Comedy.
Sun Mon-18-19-MADGE EVANS and
HENRY HULL in "The Volunteer" with
the final episode of "The Lure of the
Circus." Also Ford Weekly,, "Going
- COMING --
PSGGY HYLAND in MISS ADVENTURE
Tue.. Thur.GARRICK Nights I5
and Sat. DETROIT 5Oe and 75e
The Bonstelle Co.
AT THE THEATERS
Wuerth - Louise
Orpheum - Enid
"When Do We Eat?"
- TODAY -
Bonstelle company in "The Net."
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Can-
pus-"Through the Ages."
AT THE WHITNEY
*2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30
Majestic - Dorothy Gish
An unusual feature of the Howe
Travel Festival which comes to the
Whitney, Friday night, May 16, will
be a tour of Japan, the flowery king-
dom. This film shows how the na-
tives, when they desire a new position
or change of work, come to the "ask-
ing gate" with their requests written
upon bits of rice paper. They place
these slips in a tiny hole at the "sta-
tion," where they are supposed to re-
ceive the consideration of the gods.
If the gods look favorably upon the re-
quest, a job is, of course, immediately
forthcoming. Thus, the whole tihng
is settled without any worry upon the
part of the applicant.
The trip through Japan reveals
everything from the downtrodden
coolie, who receives 12 cents a day for
loading coal upon the Pacific liners, to
the quaint geisha girls of the tea
houses. An interesting glimpse is giv-
en of the sacred deer park at Nara,
of the great Dai Butsu at Mamakura,
and the bronze Buddha which has
been worshipped since 1252.
Arcade - Bruce Bairnsfather's
"The Better 'Ole."
Last Times Today
DOF hQDjTMY 08-
Lots of people keep money in their boots but who ever thought
that romance, thrills and intrigue could be found in them? See
what Dorothy Gish's boots hold.
It's the same funny Dorothy who played in "Hearts of the World"
"Battling Jane" and "The Hope Chest." .
AT THE ARCADE
P~rices 25c, 35c, 50c
"The Better 'Ole," taken from Bruce
Bairnsfather's famous cartoons and
depicting the humorous incidents
which occur In the lives of "Old Bill,"
"Bert," and "Alf," the three musket-
eer's, will be shown for the last timbs
today at the Arcade.
Norma Talmadge in "The Forbidden
City," .yill play a return engagement
tomorrow. In this picture, Miss Tal-
madge is first seen as a Chinese girl
and later as her own daughter, a
Chinese-American. A feature of the
picture is the unusual oriental seen-
Awn ' +
f , - Tw W i
Mabel Normand and Raymond Hitchcock
Last Times Today
AT THE S IUEJT-GARRICK
From Bruce Bairnsfather's Faln usCartopn#
ADULTS, 25c; CHILDREN, 1e
- IN -
"THE FORBIDDEN CITY"
COMING--MABEL NORMAND in "THE PEST"
A "LiveWirep" Cop e
University of Michigan
Summer Session 1919
Iore than 3oo courses conducted by a staff
of 250 members of the regular faculties of the
University. All University facilities available
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 $: Law, June 23-July 26 and
J14ly 2$-August 30,
The work is eqttivalent 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-
cia lectures, recitals, concerts and excursions. Cosmopolitan
student body. Deightful1 location, 1 xpense low,
For further information, address
T. E. RANKIN
ox 20, Ann Arbor, Michigan
"The Net," in which play the Jessie
]Bonatelle company is appearing this
week at the Shubert-Garrick, is a story
based on mother love, and a mis-
taken identity lends a mysterious trend
to the entire story.
Mrs. Bruce has long endured the
infidelity of her husband and finally,
to escape, goes to England, taking
with her the son. Later Bruce follows
and during an exciting scene, a
murder is committeed. A few minutes
before the tragedy, a strange man
wanders into the studio where the
murder takes place. This man has
suffered from a blow on the head and
has apparently lost his memory. When
the crime is committed, Mrs. Bruce al-
lows the blame to be fastened on the
stranger in an endeavor to save her
son from future taint. From this mo-
ment on, the play follows a tangled
skein of emotions and mysteries uitil
the final curtain.
Bryant Washburn in "The Poor Boob"
The showing of Douglas
Fairbank's picture, The
has been postponed until
D. W. Criffith's
"THE GIRL WHO STAYED AT HOME"
will be the attraction
Sun., Mon.', Tues., May 10,19,2
WILLIAM H. TAFT MAY SPEAK
IN ANN ARBOR NEXT WEEK
Efforts are being made by the Ora-
torical association to bring Hon. Wil-
liam H, Taft to Ann Arbor to speak
next week. Mr. Taft will be in Mich-
igan all of this week and part of next,
speaking among other cities in l
troit, Bay City, and Grand Papd on
the League of Nations., He will ap-
pear Friday evening In Detroit,
Due to an advance contract, the We-'
ture which was to be given on the
evening of May 24 in Hill auditorium
by Vilhjalmur Stefansson, the Arctic
explorer, under the auspices of the
Oratorical association has been can-
celled. Since demands were so urgent
that the Ann Arbor contract could not
be done away entirely, the assoegta
has secured a date in the falU of 1919
for Mr. Stefansson to appear here.
Use the Daiy to reach the students.
Pour thousand students reed it every
Coming--Mary Pickford, 'DaddyLongLegs'
THE "MOVIE EVENT" OF THE SEASON