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, 191. THE MICHIGAN DAILY pate

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MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sonda,
LAST TIMES TODAY

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D. C RIFFITH'S

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Majestic-D. W. Griffith's "The
Girl Who Stayed at Home."
Arcade-Mabel Normand in "The
Pest."
Wuerth - Tom Mix in "The
Coming of the Law."
Orpheumr-Gladys Leslie in "A
Stitch in Time."

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 23x5-M

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Tues-Wed-20-2 1-Alice Brady in "Her
Great Chance"; Star Comedy, "Skid-
ding Thrones" and Screen Telegram.
Thurs-Fri-22-23--Norma Talmadge in
"The Heart of Wetona"; Christie Com-,
edy, "Salvation Sue" and Ford Weekly.
25 cents.
Sat-24--Viola- Dana in "The Parisian
Tigress" and Big-V Comedy, "Daring
,and Dynamite."

IIShubert.4arrick, Detroit--Jessie
Bonstelle company in "Happi-
ness,"
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Canm-
pus William Courtenay and
iThomas Wise in "Cappy Ricks."

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WMERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30. 10:00
Tues-Wed-20-2 I-TOM MIX in "The
Coming of the Law." Also a Lloyd
Comedy and Free Press Weekly.
Thu rs-Fri- 22-23 -THEDA BARA in
"When Men Desire", and a 2-reel Com-
edy, "Looney ions and Monkey Busi-
ness" and News Weekly.
Sat-24-ALMA RUBENS in "Diana of
the Green Van." Also a News and
Comedy, "The Door Between:"
- COMING-
BILLIE BURKE In "PEGGGY"

ORPHEULM THEATRE
2:00,3:30, 7'00,8:30, 10:00
Tues-Wed-20-21-GLADYS LESLIE in
"A Stitch in Time.' Also the begin-
ning of "THE SILENT MYSTERY.
Thurs-22-A Cecil B. DeMille produc-
tion, "Don't Change Your Husband"
(Rot,) with a News and Comedy.
Fri-23-WALLACE,,REID in "The Dub"
with a News and A Comedy.
- COMING -
PEGGY HYLAND In MISS ADVENTURE
Pop! as.GARRICK NMat 25e0
and Sa.t. DETRtOIT S5c and 75c
The Bonstel e Co.
"HAPIN S"

AT THE ARCADE
Alice Brady, who is making .a de-
cided hit on the New York stage in
"Forever After," is still producing
pictures, and "Her Great Chance" with
this star, will be shown today and to-
morrow at the Arcade.
How fortune stands between, the hap-.
piness of a young couple, and how,
when the man is disinherited she
stands by him and reforms him is, dra-
matically told in "Her Great Chance."
Norma Talmadge in "The Heart of We-
tona" will be the attraction Thursday
and Friday.
AT THLE SHhJBERT-44ARRICK
DETROIT
"Happiness" in which. Jessie Bons-
telle and her company vvill appear this
webk at the Shubert-Garrick, tells the
story of a woman who has money, so-
tial position and all physical comforts,
but who is unhappy. One night there
comes to her from a modiste's shop, a
little errand girl whose philosophy
strikes a happy chord.' Jenny, the girl,
pulls her out of the blase rut and
starts her, on the roa4 to happiness,
at the same time profiting herself.

All - Campus Election Nominees
Following is the list of the nominees of the various campus
organizations who will be voted on at the Al-Campus election,
Thursday, May 22.
MICHIGAN UNION
President of Union-Ralph E. Gault, 21; Carl T. Hogan, 20E; F.
Cortez Bell, '11; Thomas F. MAlister, (by petition).
Recording Secretary-C. P. Schafer, 120A; Edwin S. Larsen, 20.
Law Vice-President-Rolland Winslow, 20; James MClintock,
'21L.
Engineering ie-President-Clayton S. Shoemaker, 120E; John
Reilly, '10E.
Medic Yie-President-Harold 11laknson, 1211; Joseph Palma, 1201.
Literary Tice-Presdent-William W. Hnshaw, '20; William A. Lelt-
zinger, '20.
Combined Departments Vice-President-C. J. Clemo, '2D; M. S.
Ballard, 120H.
Faculty Members of Board of Directors-Dean Henry M1. Bates,
Law; Prof. John C. Parker, Eng.; Prof Henry C. Adams, Lit.
STUDENT COUNCILMEN AT LARGE
(Three to be Elected)
Cecil Andrews, '20; Carl Johnson, 20; G. . Whitney, 20; Earl
7les, '21; Thomas McAllister, 21L; LeGrand Gaines, 921E.
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Football Manager-Hart H. Anderson, 20; Mathew S. Towar, 20.
Assistant Football Manager-(Four to be Elected)-Herman J. De-
Lano, '21; Robert E. M~ci~an, 21; Joseph Gebhardt, 21; Rich-
ard G. Marshall, '21; Ray Corwin, 21E; J. Tedford Bacluan,
1211; Schuyler Smith, '21E; Hlyman Levinson, '21.
Basketball Manager-C. B. Shoemaker, 120E; W. G. Harbert, 120E.
Assistant Basketball Manager-(Four to be Elected)-D. A. Long-
necker, '21E; D. G. Porter, 121E; D. I. Logan, 21E; 1R. F. Grind-
ley, 121E; M. Penck, '20.
Track Manager-H. L Popp, '20; G. P Schafer, 20A; F. W. Par-
sons, 120E.
Assistant Track M1anager-(Four to be, Elected)-R. 0. Fischer,
121E; D. A. Forbes, '21; G. L. Rourke, 21; J. A. Spence, 121E;
I. B. Stratton, 1121E3; W. B. Weathers, 121E; I. Whiting, 2nd, 21;
W. H. Wirt, '21.
Baseball M1anager-Willianm Bade, 20; A. H. Dornan, '+20; Harry
House, '20.
Assistant~ Baseball Manager- (Four to be Elected)-William Baks-
lee, '21L; Notary Gleason, 21; Ernest Armstrong, 21; Jack
Foley, '21; Cecil Rorick, 21; Frederick Storrer, 21; Frederick
Thompson, '21; Donald J. Porter, 21.
Y. MI. C. A.
President-J. E. Goodwillie, 120E; R. J. McCandless, 121M.
Vice-President-i. B. inkelmuder, 20; D. M1. Thompson, '20.
Secretary-L. Frost, 121E; K. Chidester, '2.
4 STUDENT COUNCILMEN
Junior Laws-R. R. Winslow, E. J. Backert, B. B. Matthews.
Sophomore Lits-Fred Petty, William Wirt, Lawrence Butler.
Junior A rchitects-E. G. Jehle, G. P. Shafer, G. H. Benjamin
Sophomore Engineers-N. D. Weathers, H. H. Lippnott, P. M-
Lanth.
Junior Medics-James, S. Klump, Joseph A. Kerwin, George F.
Moore.
Junior Dents-L. R. IHirth, E. R Drevdah.
Junior Lits-J. P. Hart, David Nash, David Landis.
Pharms-H. E. Sayles, F. J. Helbig.
BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
(Three to be Elected)
Harold Mackinson, 121M; Earl Cress, 20; Joseph . Tracy, 920E;
Burton A. Garlinghouse, 20; Wiliam M. LeFere, '19-W2H;
D~avid B. Landis, '20; Ralph E. Gault, 21; Carl H. Velde, 20;
Cecil C. Andrew, '20; Frank Gaethke, 20E, (by petition)
ENGINEERING SOCIETY
Presiden"-. M. Darbarker, C. R. Ford.
T14ce-Presdent-A. B. Weston, B. Douglas.
Secretary-Robert Storrer, Arthur Helmerdingr.
Treasurer-Stanley Lowe, M. F. Gardner.
ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY
Pesident-E. D. Straight, L. A. AbeL.
ie-President-K. Rlndge, H. Booth, C. Hubach.
Secretary-A. R. Wagner, L. F. Schott, M. Morse.
Treasurer-G. H. Benjamin, J. I. Pae, J C. Goddeyne.
Honor Committeeman-S. G. Wiener, J. I. Benjamin, J.. Goddeyne.
ENGINEERING HONOR COMMITTEE
Freshmen-(Two to be Elected)-John, Madden, Alfred May, Bart-
lettBooth,~Arthur Stock.
Sophoores-(Two to be Elected) -C. G. Wetzel, L. A. Gaines, J.
I. Pilklngton, W. H. Blodgett.
Juniors-(Two to be Elected)-J. C. Edwards, J. Darbarker, L. P.
Dickinson, L. Shindler.
ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
President-Herman A. August, Carl G. Brandt.
Vice-President-Anna McGrk, Florabell Elis.
Secretary-Ida B. Gratton, Olive Smith.
Treasurer-James K. Pollock, Lawrence H. Seltzer.
Delegates at Large-(Eight to be Elected) -Jane Gartland, Earl
Baxell, Earl Dunn, Leland Gat, Kelsey Gulfoil, Eiza M~ob,
Earl Mles, Simon Shetzer, George True, D. A. Watts.

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ADDED ATTRACTION

LILA LEE in

Ouban Sugar Mills Waste Molasses has invented an apparatus which will
Havana, May 19.-Great quantities permit the use of the molasses as fuel
of moglasses are wasted by the sugar without choking the furnaces.
mills of Cuba. Attempts have been All the sugar mills produce more
made W~ utilize this waste product as molasses than can be marketed and,
fuel for the boilers of the sugar mills it is asserted, twice the amount need-
,and now' a Cuban inventor claims he ed to furnish fuel for steam power.

"tSuch a Little Pirate",
COMING SUNDAY--THREE DAYS

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are getting very scarce.

We have succeeded in

getting a good sized shipment at prices that are
right. Call us up when you need a. wholesale

lot of anything in this line.

Kyer & Whitker

IPhone 326

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