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THE MICHIGAN DAILA

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AT THE THEATERS

TIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY

CANNIBALS I
jARCADE

- TODAY -

Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:o
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 23x6-M

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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."
Sun-Mon-25-26-Pauline Frederick in
"One Week of Life" and "Smiling Bill"
Parsons in "Potum of Swat."

Majestic- Captured by Canni-
bals."
Arcade - Noram Talmadge in
"The Heart of Wetona."
Wuerth-Theda Bara in "When
Men Desire."
Orpheum - Cecil De Mille's
I"Don't Chani: Your Husband.".
Sb huert-Carrick, Detroit-Jessie
Bonstelle company in "Happi-
ness."
IDetroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus - William Courtenay and,
Thomas Wise in "Cappy Ricks."

WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3O, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00

COLLEGIATE A L U MVNAE
MEMBERSHIPS NOW OPEN
SENIOR WOMEN GIVEN CHANCE
TO JOIN NATIONAL OR-
GANIZATION
Opportunities to join the National
Association of Collegiate Alumnae are
now open to senior women. The mem-
*bership fee is $1.50, which includes
a year's subscription to the publica-
tion, "Journal of Collegiate Alum-
nae' 'and defrays the general expenses
of the association.
Collegiate Alumnae was incorparted
in 1899 in Massachusetts, and has
grown to include between 80 and 100
organizations. Chapters are granted
only to approved colleges. All gradu-
ates of the big western universities and
of the eastern colleges are eligible.
Many Branches
The main purpose of the national
association is to bring girls in touch
with college women wherever they go,
for branches are to be found in all
of the larger cities and in many of
the smaller ones. Among its many
other functions is that of maintain-
ing fellowships. These are often used
to bring girls from foreign countries.
A number of French and South
American girls at present, enjoy the
benefits of this plan.
Special Plans Here
'The primary purpose of the Ann Ar-
bor branch, before the war, was to
establish an infirmary for University'
women. During the war, especially
through last summer and this winter,
the members managed the local host-
ess house in Alumni Memorial hall.
Now that the war is over, the plans
for the infirmary are being resumed.
The local branch also maintained a
loan fund for senior women.
Girls are urged to join the associa-
tion before commencement. Applica-
tion blanks may be obtained from Miss
Louise Potter in Barbour gymnasium.
SENIOR WOMEN ORGANIZE
MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN'

Plan To Complete New Automobile
Lab. By Opening Of Coming Term

Work on installing an automobile
laboratory in the old building used
during the war between the Medical
and Engineering buildings has begun
and will be completed by next fall.
This is the first laboratory of such an
extent in any university in the, coun-
try.
Authorized by Regents
The Board of Regents recently au-
thorized the use of this building and
granted money for repairing the build-
ing and $10,000 for equipment. This
will enable the automobile department
to offer courses whiclh will be more
detailed and practical. The same sub-
jects wil be offered, -but more will be
done in the way of experimental re-
search on developing new types and
designs of machines.
For some years the department has
been endeavoring to secure a separate
building and an appropriation which
would set the automobile course offer-

ed at Michigan above that of other
schools. The building which is to be
used is 180 feet by 60 feet and is the
only one ever used by a university for
automobile instruction and research.
Automobile Center
The University is the natural place
for the study of the automobile ac-
cording to those interested, for it is in
the center of the automobile indus-
try. Ann Arbor lies between Detroit,
Jackson, Flint, Lansing, and Toledo, in
which cities the major portion of car
manufacture lies. This fact will en-
able the department to keep in touch
with the latest improvementa and to
study the basic principles of manu-
facture._
Besides the research work experi-
ments will be conducted with the civil
engineering department on the High-
ways transport. , This is the testing of
automobiles on country roads to find
the best roads for cars and the effect

of them on the autos.
To Double Equipmentr
To the equipment which at prese
is in the engineering building will'
added material which will be alm
double that now in use. A new dyn
meter for testing the pull cars w
be purchased and the old one will
moved and so placed that the two w
enable twice as much work to be ca
vied on during the year.
Chassis, transmissions, axles, dri
I-shafts, carburetors, differentials, a
other auto equipment will be plac
-with that which is on hand now a
will be placed on exhibit in the ne
laboratory. At the same time it wi
Estill be available for study by t
automobile students.
VARSITY and the BUM ARM
were easy to write in 1911. So is ii
insurance now if you connect with ti
Connecticut Mutual (organized 184
I have a special opportunity for jui
one graduate. You won't regret sei
ing me. J. Fred Lawton, '11, Gener
Agent, 610 Farwell Bldg., Detro
Write for appointmnent.-Adv.

Thurs-Fri- 22-23-THEDA BARA in
"When Men Desire" and ak2-reel Com-
edy, "Looney Lions 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,"
Sun-Mon-2S-26-WILLIAM RUSSELL in-
"When a Man Rides Alone" wxith a
Charlie Chaplin Comedy, "A Night at
the Show," 2-reels.
- COMING -
BILLIE BURKE in "PEGGY"'
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2;0O, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-22-A Cecil B. De ille produc-
tion, "Don't Change Your Husband"
(Ret.) with a News and Comedy.
Fri-23--WALLACE REID in "The Dub"
with a News and a Comedy.
Sat-24-ETHEL CLAYTON in " A Wo-
man's Weapons" with a News and
Comedy, "The Movie Queen."
- COMING -A
'PEGGY HYLAND in MISS ADVENTURE

AT THE ARCADE
"The Heart of Wetona," in which
Norma Talmadge will be featured to-
day and tomorrow at the Arcade, is
said to be one of the most beautiful
pictures in which this star has ap-
peared, the western scenes having
been taken as a fitting background for
the screen adaptation of George Scar-
borough's successful play.
Excellent work by the star is prod-
ised in this picture.
AT THE SHUBERT-GARRICK
DETROIT

sENIORS

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pad Sat. DETROIT See and 75c

"Happiness," which the Jessie Bon-
stelle company is presenting this week
at the Shubert-Garrick, requires three
acts and an epilogue, each of which is
full of the pertinent, homely philos-
ophy which characterizes the writings
of J. Hartley Manners. It takes one
back to the immortal "Peg o' My
Heart," although Jenny, the central
figure, is another type, treated in the
same manner that made Peg such an
appealing figure.
Advertise in The Daily.-Adv.

a4r fr4i1au Duit43

The Bonstelle Co.
"HAPPINES S"

ARCADEi
TODAY AND TOMORROW
N~orma- a1m-d

More than 2,000 letters and pamph-
lets have been sent out to senior wom-
en and to alumnae. by the membership
committee of the Women's league in
its campaign for life membership.
Senior women are now being or-
ganized for this work. A visiting
committee has been appointed by
Cornelia Clarke, '21, chairman of the
life membership committee. Each
senior woman will have this matter
brought to her attention by members
of her own class. Seniors will be
urged to pay part or all of their life
membership fee of;$10 before leaving
the University.
Committee members as annbunced
yesterday are as follows: Chairman,
Doris McDonald, '19; Hester Reed,
Dorothy Durfee, Hazel Beckwith,
Emily Loman, Gertrude Gunn, Marion
Ackley, Florence Melcher, Ruth Dail-
ey, Emily Powell, Anne MacMahon,
Dyme 'Bodenstab, Winona Beckley,
Rosamond Rogers, , Frances Glenn,
Vera Andrus, Katherine Kilpatrick,
Agnes True, Mildred Rauner, Laura
Sheflin, Melba Bastedo.
FRENCH FACTORIES RAPIDLY
RESUME PEACE TIME STATUS

Before you leave this spring

IN

ajestic

DAVID BEL ASCO'S FAMOUS STAGE SUCCESS

2:00, 3:30, 7:009 8:30
Last Times Today

"tThe Heart of Wetona"
AN AMERICAN STORY Ili AN AMERICAN AUTHOR WITH
A WONDERFUL SETTING

"Capturd byCannibals"
NAKEDNESS WITHOUT VULGARITY

Lila Lee in "SUCH A LITTLE

PIRATE" A REGULAR OLD STYLE
PIRATE YARN

Paris, May 21 (Correspondence of
the Associated Press). -Nearly all
the French manufact ring establish-
ments which were;t converted into
plants for the making, of war mate-
rials at the outbreak of hostilities have
already returned to their peace-time
work. Many others which were cre-
ated especially . for war industries
have either been transformed, or are
in the process of being transformed,
for employment in peace pursuits.
AMERICAN STEAMER STRIKES
MINE OFF COAST OF SWEDEN
Gothenburg, Sweden, May 21.-The
American steamer Lake Placid struck
a submerged mine near the Island of
Vinga near here Monday and sunk
in five minutes. All those on board
were rescued.,
Thesteamer was of 4,200 tons, was
ownedby the United States shipping
board. She left Baltimore April 26'
with a cargo of coal for Gothenburg.
The steamer was built in 1917 at De-
troit.
FACULTY CONSIDER FORMING
DRAMATIC ART SOCIETY;

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She could ride in Char-
lie's animated jinricksha
any old time-riding in
the latest new-fangled
Twelve-Cylinder - Speed-
Devil however-
U-u-m-m-m! Well,
the chance wasn't to be
sneezed at, thought Wan-
da,
Still, she loved Charlie
and-well, what's a girl
to do?
'Nother thing, Wanda
didn't know what kind of
an engine- Charlie had
buried in that old wreck
he called "Greased Light-
ning."
The Twelve-Cylinder-
Speed-Devil found out
though.
It's a corking fine rural
romance. A pippin, for
thrills and fun.

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ChoImas IBC Ince presents
CHA PRLES RAY
"Grease d. Llgh tning
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LOVE
FINI S
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Is it Possible to Marry a Main Without Loo
and Later Learp to Loye Him

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"WID" Says :--Iss Talmadge is in the habit of doing things
pretty well, but after your folks have seen this they're likely to
go home with the Impression that "The Heart of Wetona" is
about the best Talmadge offering tha: has come their way for
many moons.

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ADULTS-20'c

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A REMINDER
See Norma Talmadge Tonight or Tomorrow Afternoon if you plan
to attend Cap Night Tomrrow Evening-It's too gvo' tm miss!
SATURDAY-VIOLA DANA IN "T HE PARISIAN TIGRESS"
COMING-PAULINE FREDERICK IN "ONE WEEK OF LIFE:"

At a meeting of a number of the
faculty men interested in the develop-
ment of dracatic art in the Univer-
sity, a resolution was passed that a
committee of five be appointed to look
into the work of organizing such a so-
ciety among the faculty. Prof. Fred
N. Scott, of the rhetoric department,
presided

COMING SUNDAY-THREE DAYS
MARY PICKFORD in
THE - MOVIE -EVENT - OF - THE - SEASON

MAnY PiCKMID "-
ARTCIRAFT

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