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THE MICHIGAN DAILA

British Freighter Holds Cargo Record
Galveston, Tex., May 21. -The dis-
tinction of carrying the largest cargo
ever contained in the hold of a vessel,
is claimed by shipping men for the'
British steamship Indore, which left
here for Liverpool with 28,386 square
bales of cotton.I

MEN SIGNING UP FR
HOYER DANCINGLE5SONS

MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
TODAY-TOMORROW
CHARLES RAY
"Grcased Lig htrillg"
A R C"A D E
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones :
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Re$., 2316-M
Thurs-Fri-22-23-Norma Talmadge in
"The Heart of Wetona'; Christie Com-
edy, "Salvation Sue" a d 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."

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NO WOMEN HAVE APPLIED
SPECIAL COURSES
AS YET

FOR1

About 25 men have already signed
up for the course in dancing lessons
which Roy Hoyer, dancing star of
"Chin Chin" and "Jack O' Lantern,"
will give to benefit the talent for
next year's opera under auspices of the
Michigan Union.
The course is to consist of 10 les-
sons, to include rudiments of stage
dancing and aesthetic dancing. They
will be such that any one needing a
little instruction in ordinary dancoing'
will find :hem beneficial.
Benefit Girls' Ma'y
No women have yet applied for the
special classes to be given them with
the idea of benefiting the Junior Girls'
play. These lessons are to be con-
ducted separately, and will include
instruction in stage and aesthetic
dancing.
d, Mortimer Shuter, director of
"Come On, Dad" who is personally ac-
quainted with Mr. Hoyer, has the
following to say of his work, "The se-
cret of his success is undoubtedly that
he does not overdo his dancing. It is
certain whatever the secret may be,
that the big audiences that have al-
ways witnessed Mr. Hoyer's perform-
ances leave the theater with a very
healthy appetite for more of Mr. 1-by-
er's work.
Wrote Long Hits
g "His ongs, 'Goodbye Girls l'm
Trough,' and 'Love Moon' in 'Chin
Chin' were the hit of the perform-
ances, as were 'Come and Have a
Swing with Me,' 'Wait 'Till the Cows
Come Home,' and 'Along Came An-
other Littles Girl' in 'Jack O' Lan-
tern.' The latter play ran at the Co-
lonial theater in Chicago, where many
students of the University probably
saw him.
"The most finished part of his work
; We Do Panama
tHats Right

,"Now""

WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs- Fri - 22-23 - THEDA BARA in
"When Men Desire" and a 2-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-25-26-WILLIAM RUSSELL in
"When a Man Rides Alone" with a
Charlie Chaplin Comedy, "A Night at
the Show," 2-reels.
- COMING -
BILLIE BURKE in "PEGGY"
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
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."
Sun-Mon-25-26-MONTAGUE LOVE in
"The Rough Neck." Also a Mutt and
Jeff Cartoon Comedy, and Ford Weekly.
- COMING -
PEGGY HYLAND in MISS ADVENTURE

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is probably his dancing, as those who
saw him can testify. I consider the
students of the University very fortu-
nate in having the opportunity to take
these courses."
The lessons arelimited to students
of the University. The tuition fee has
been made very low. Mr. Shuter is
-taking the names of those who care to
attend.
Prison Or Tine
Thr Tax Evaders
A fine of not more than $10,000 or
not more than one year's imprison-
ment, or both, together with the cost
of prosecution is the penalty for will-
fully attempting to evade the tax upon
soft drinks, according to an official
statement from the bureau of internal
revenue.
The tax is one cent for each ten
cents or fraction thereof on the
amount paidat soda fountains, ice
cream parlors or similar places of
business on soft drinks, ice cream
sundaes, or like articles of food or
drink when sold for consumption in
proximity to such place of business."
Sales of soft drinks, ice cream and
similar articles of food and drink in
hotels, restaurants, cafeterias and
club houses are not taxable unless
sold separate and apart from the
meals. If ice cream or a soft drink is
the only refreshment ordered in such,
places the tax, applies.
Such sales at soda fountains are tax-
able even though sold as a part of the
meal.
Not all beverages are taxed. Those
exempt are : H ot beef tea coffee, tea,
buttermilk, milk, hot chocolate or
cocoa, hot clam bisque, hot tomato
bisque, and hot bouillon. Medicinal
preperations escape the tax.
HOYER WILL TEACH
WOMEN DANCING
Would-be tt youts for next year's
Junior Girls' play will be given a spe-
cial opportunity to learn something
of stage dancing this spring from Mr.
Roy Hoyer, a star in "Jack o' Lantern"
and "Chin Chin," who will be in Ann
Arbor after May 26.
Mr. Hoyer is being brought here by
the Michigan -Union for the especial
purpose of teaching rudimentary danc-
ing to prospective tryouts for the
Union Opera next year. Classes for
men and women will be conducted sep-
arately.
Tuition for the course of 10 lessons
is very low Detailed information may
be had by application to Mr. E. Mor-
timer Shuter at the Michigan Union.
CHAIRMAN SELECTS MEMBERS
FOR CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE
Jane Duemling,'11, chairman of the
committee for the Alumnae House
campaign, has named the following
senior women as members: Helen Day-
is, Phyllis Mann, Emily Loman,
Frances McDonald, Joan McLellan,
Blanche Howell, Eva Foss, Blanche
Goodell, Helen Osband, Lucille Duff,
Edith Duemling, Katherine Kilpatrick,
Marcia Pinkerton, Lois Bennallack,
Ethel Glauz, Melba Bastedo, Grace]
:Emory, Hazel Beckwith, Ella Rasmus-
sen, and Gertrude Gunn.
A meeting was held last night and
plans for the campaign were dis-
cussed.
ALL FRENCH SOLDIERS PAID
$50 FOR 3 MONTHS SEIVICE
PAris, May 22.-Every French sold-
ier or sailor who has been called to
the colors has a right to an indemnity
on being demobilized, or released
from service. This indemnity has
been fixed by a law at $50 for every
man who has served for at least three
months between August 2, 1914, and
the date -of the signature of peace.
In addition to this fixed sum, $3 will
be paid for each month's service.

RESTORATION OF MANY NOTED
FRENCH CITIES IMPOSSIBLE

j AT THE THEATERS I

- TODAY -

Arcaode - Noram Talmadge in
"The Heart of Wetona."'

Wuerth-Theda Bara
Men Desire," -
Orpheum - Wallace
Dub."

in "When
Reid in

Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-Jessie
Bonstelle company in "Happi-
ness."
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Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus - William Courtenay and
Thomas Wise in "Cappy Ricks."
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AT THE ARCADE
Norma Talmadge in "The Heart, of
Wetona' will be ' shown for the last

Warfield.
"Grumpy" was written by Horace Turkish Problem Before Conte
Hodges and Wigney Percyval. The (By Associated Press)
criminal lawyer who gives the im- Paris, May 21.-The Turkish
pression of being a childish old man, lem has become most acute in
yet who possesses a wonderful brain. peace conference. Various delega
are striving to find some solutio:
AT THE DETROIT OPERA HOUSE- the dismemberment of the empire
ON-THE-CAMPUS out provoking a religious- war.
Walker Whiteside will .begin a Patronise our aavertisers.-Ad
week's engagement at the Detroit Opera
House-on-the-Campus Sunday night, Student@ read The Dally.-Adv.

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Majestic - Charles
"Greased Lightning."

Ray in

times today at the Arcade. The story
was written by George Scarborough
and as produced by David Belasco
proved to be a great stage success.
As the beautiful Wetona, Miss Tal-
madge has a role different from any
she has yet portrayed in her success-
ful career.
Viola Dana will be shown tomorrow
in "The Parisian Tigress," a comedy-
drama, of which many of the sceens
are laid in the Paris Latin quarter.
AT THE SHUBERT-GARRICK
DETROIT
One of the most charming and pop-
ular comedies in existence will be pre-
sented by Miss Jessie Bonstelle and
company at the Shubert-Garrick next
week. The play is none other than
"Grumpy," in which Cyril Maude
made so many friends, and which
promises to do for him what "Rip
Van Winkle" did for Joseph Jeffer-
son and "The Music Master" for David

when he will appear as Rabbi E
in Milton's Goldsmith's powerful I
"The Little Brotlier.' In theat
support will be seen Mr. Tyrone I
er, who will play the part of Fa
Petrovitch, a fanatical Greek pries
the Holy Russian church. Ano
player of reputation in the cast
be Eugenie Blair, the popular tr
dian of "Madame X" and similar f
some years back.
CORRESPONDENCE SYSTEM 01
SUMMER SESSION EFFICII
Justifiable pride is felt in the ef
ent correspondence system emplc
in the office of the summer sess
Letters are receivd daily from pe
seeking information testifying t
appreciation of the detailed and
plicit style in which it is given ou
compared with the less efficient m
ods in effect in other educational
stitutiqns which maintain summer
sions.

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any old time-riding in
the latest new-fangled
Twelve-Cylinder - Speed-
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U-u-m-m-mI Well,

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Notice
Panaina hats should be left with us at once i
order to have them ready for Straw Hat day
Don't wait until you are ready to wear your
Panama before you bring it in, let us have it
now so we can have it done in nice shape when
youwant it, we use no acids, pastes or other
injurious compounids. We do only high class
Work and your hat looks new when you get it.
we renew your hat while other cheap hat
cleaning places ruin it. Bring your hat in now
We also clean and reblock felt
hats, put on new bands, make
hats to order, etc.
Factory Hat Store
617 Packard St. Phone 179

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sneezed at, thought
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Pop " GARRICK "a.2-50c
and 5aL DETROIT Scand 75c
The Bonstelle Co.
"HAPPINESS"

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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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LAST T'IES TODAY

""The Wild Women" Selected Comedy

NORMA
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The Heart of

Wetona"

Sunday Days
THE MOVIE EVENT OF THE SEASON

OTA Ma>Gtk/f Adults 25c, Children 10c
- TOMORROW -
VIOLA DANA in "THE PARISIAN TIGRESS"
Star of "The Gold Cure" and "Satan, Junior" in a spirited comedy-
drama offering her in a delightf-ul, new role.
- SUNDAY-MONDAY -
PAULINE FREDERICK in "ONE WEEK OF LIFE"

Paris, May 22.- Investigations by
the commission which is examining
the devastated regions of France are
confirming the previous evidence that
many of the beautiful towns and ham-
lets of the battle area are so totally
runied that they never can be rebuilt.

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