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__THE MICHIGAN DAILY P

MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
CHARLES RAY
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"Grcascd Lightning"
11 ARC AD E

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Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
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SALVATION ARMY SETS
GOL AT S130UUOUU
MAJOR EDWIN DENBY, U. S. M. C.,
LEADING CAMPAIGN IN
MICHIGAN
Thirteen million dollars is the goal
set for a Salvation Army home serv-
ice fund to be raised between May 19
and 26 in a gigantic nation-wide drive.
During the first two days of the
drive, 15 counties went over the top
towards the state's quota of $450,000.
Since Ann Arbor went over the top in
a special drive, the city will not be
canvassed, although the county at
large will be.'
Maj. Edwin Denby, U. S. M. C., is
heading the work in Michigan with
Henry M. Leland of Detroit as assist-
ant. Governors of all the states act
as an executve commttee. Washte-i
naw county work is in charge of Col.
A. C. Pack. Rudolf Reichert is secre-
tary and Wm. Walz is treasurer of
the committee.
Science has proved that newspaper
advertising pays best. You can reach
all the students and faculty through
The Daily.-Adv.
1Sunday Dinner

Majestic - Charles
"Greased Lightning."

Ray in

Arcade - Viola Dana in "The
Parisian Tigress."
.Wuerth-Alma Rubens in "Diana
of the Green Van."

AT THE THEATERS

- TODAY -

June 7-Baseball: Michigan vs. 11I1-
nois at Ann Arbor.
Juen 9-Exams begin in the literary
college.
June 22-Baccalaureate address.
June 23 and 24-Class Day exercises
In the various colleges.
June 24-Alumni reunion day.
June 24-Senior Reception.
June 24-Senior Women's Play, "A
Thousand Years Ago."
June 26-Commencement.
INSTALLATION QF OFFICERS
FEATURES ALPHA NU NEETING
Installation of the newly elected of-
ficers was the procedure at the regu-
lar Thursday night meeting of the
Alpha Nu society. Earl Miles, '21, as-
su'med the office of president; Wil-
liam Angell, '21, that of vice-presi-
dent; David A. Watts, '21, secretary;
William Messinger, '21, treasurer; and
Archie D. McDonald, '19, marshal.
Wade P. Connell, '21, has been elect-
ed oratorical delegate.
The bill discussed, "Resolved-That
the United States should adopt a fed-
eral budget, system," was won by the
affirmative.
Use the Da ny to reach the students.
Four thousand students read it every
morning.-Adv.

PROFITEERS DENOUNCED IN
HOUSE BY REP. FITZGERALD
Washington, May 23. - Food profit-
eers were denounced in the House to-
day by Representative Fitzgerald
(Dem, Massachusetts, who declared
it was the paramount duty of Con-

AUTOMOBILE STORAGE
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH
We have a new three story building where, if requested,
cars can be removed from the first floor. This is the maximum
insurance against their being molested or bumped into by the
usual garage traffic.
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Service Station 209-211 S. Ashley Phone 686
REO OAKLAND DORT AUTOMOBILES

gress to find out as speedily as posi-
ble what the food situation in the
country was and whether the govern-
ment was conniving at cornering pric-
es by heavy reserve storage.
Results are important. Advertise in
The Daily.-Adv.

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Sat24,--Viola Dana in "The Parisian
Tigress" and Big-V Comedy, "Daring
and Dynamite."
Sun-Mon--25-26--x-Pauline Frederick in
"One Week of Life" and "Smiling Bill"
Parsons in, "Potumn of Swat."
Tues-Wed-27-28-Alice Joyce in "The
Cambric Mask"; Star Comedy, "Scared
Stiff" and Screen Telegram.
WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, :30, 10:00
Sat-24--ALMA RUBENS in "Diana of
the Green Van." Alsowa 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.
Tues-Wed-27-28-An All Star Cast in
"Every Mother's Son" and a Lloyd
Comedy, "The Marathon." Also a
News Weekly.
- COMING -
BILLIE BURKE in "PEGGY"
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
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.
Tues-Wed--27-28-PEGGY HYLAND in
"Miss Adventure" and the second epi-
sode of "The Silent Mystery."

Orpheum-Ethel Clayton
Woman's Weapons."

12 to 2

5to7

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Soup
Cream of Asparagus
Wafers
Olives Young Radishes
Roast Sirloin of Beef
Brown Gravy
Fricasseed Chicken with Biscuits
Cut Wax Beans
Creamed Potatoes
Bread or Rolls
Salad
Sliced Tomato
Dessert
Raisin Pie
Strawberry Short Cake
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
Price ?.5c
Do not forget to See Us about
Nice Hanquets. Banquet Hall in
onetio" .

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- COMING -
PEGGY HYLAND in MISS ADVENTURE

Po MA GARRICK Ni.ts
and Sat. DETROIT Sfcand75c
The Bonstelle Co.
"6HAPPINE SS"

WILLIT
315 S. STATE ST.

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Students read The Daily.-Adv.

Picture Framing
We carry a complete line of mouldings and all nelp
stock. Our picture department is up-to-date in all re-
spects and Ave can sale you money.
See our line of canoe paints. We solicit student patron ag e

MIRRORS
PHONE 84

L. E. WENZEL ,
207 E. LIBERTY ST.

Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-Jessie
Bonstelle company in "Happi-
ness."
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus - William Courtenay and
Thomas Wise in "Cappy Ricks."
AT THE MAJESTIC
Charles Ray in "Greased Lightning"
will be shown for the last times to-
day at the Majestic. The comedy,
"The Wild Women," is the added at-
traction.
For Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday,
the management has booked Mary
Pickford in "Daddy Long Legs," which
is considered the "movie" event of
the season. The play was charmingly
produced on the stage with Ruth
Chatterton in' the leading role and
Henry Miller in the titlte role, and is
readily adaptable to the screen. The
picture is said to be Miss Pickford's
best and should be a real treat to the
photoplay public.
AT THE ARCADE
In "The Parisian Tigress," which
will be shown today at the Arcade,
Viola Dana appears as Jeanne, a child
of the gutter, who is compelled by a
young Apache to dance for his gains
in the eafes of the Parisian Latin
quarter. From this life she is sudden-
ly transplanted to the luxurious and
fastidious home of titled aristocrats,
where she rightly belongs. The char-
acter of the play has a touch of the
sinister which is cleverly lightened
by the comedy and romance which
come into the life of the girl of the
gutter.
Pauline Frederick will be shown
tomorrow in "One Week of Life."
AT THE SHUBERT-GARRICK
DETROIT
"Grumpy," the play which the Je-
sie Bostelle company has chosen to
present next week, stands out as a
master piece of writing, both as to
dialogue and situations. The story
opens at, the home of Mr. Buivant,
(Grumpy), and a couple of delightful
love scenes pave the way for the more
serious moments which have to do
with the stealing of a diamond and its
mysterious recovery. Four acts are
required for the telling of the story
and though ' each is dominated by
Grumpy, the other characters beome
an integral and fascinating part of
the play. Again Miss Bonstell has
scored, for "Grumpky" is much in de-
mand and will again be used by Mr.
Maude, who created the role, but she
has managed to secure the -play from
the producers to offer her Detroit
friends.
This List Is Good
For Future Use
The following calendar of events
to take place from today until Com-
mencement will be useful to you after
The Daily has suspended publication
June 6. Cut this out and keep it for
reference.
May 24-High School Conference
under auspices of Y. M. C. A.
May 24-Baseball: Michigan vs.
Iowa at Ann Arbor.
May 24 - Michigan Interscholastic
track and field meet at Ann Arbor.
May 24-Tennis: Michigan vs. Ohio
State at Columbus.
May 26-Baseball: Michigan vs. Pur-
due at Ann Arbor.

May 27-Band Bounce.
May 28-Baseball: Michigan vs. No-
tre Dame'at Ann Arbor.
May 30 and 31-Eastern Intercol-
legiate track and field meet at Phila-
delphia.
May 30 and 31-Conference Tennis
Tournament at Chicago.
May 31-Baseball: Michigan vs. Il-
linois at Urbana.
June 4-Baseball Michigan vs. Ohio
State at Ann Arbor.
June 6 and 7-Conference track and
field meet at Chicago.

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Last Times Today

She could ride in Char-
lie's animated jinricksha
any old time-riding in
the latest new-f angled
Twelve-Cylinder - Speed-
Devil however-
U-u-r-r-rn! 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.

and you'll get LATEST MODELS in KODAKS-
FRESH EASTMAN FILMS and the BEST AM
ATEUR FINISHING IN THIS COUNTRY.
719 N. Unibersity Ave.

2:00
3:30

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Follow the crowd to
LYNDjON'S

7:00
8:30

'Thomas 11, Ince present
S ACHRLES'RAY
"Greased Lihtnng

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T-The Wild Women" Selected Comedy

TODAY ONLY
VIOLA DANA
Star of "The Gold Cure" and "Satan, Junior"
-EA IN-.,_IGES"
"eTHE PARISIAN TIGRESS"

When aroused to
fury she bit and
scratched - but her
purr was softest of
the soft.

See the Latin
quarter cafe in Paris
with a wonderful
Apache dance at its
very height.
Also Big V-Com-
edy, "Daring and
Dynamite."

Adults, ?Oc

0 IO L A D A N A Children,6c 4
TOMORROW AND MONDA ,Y
PAULINE FREDERICK in "ONE WEEK OF LIFE"
She was married to a drunkard. She ached for one week of life in
a paradise of love. And she found another woman to take her place.
What happened in those seven terrible, magical days is the 6ti:ry that
Cosmo Hamilton has set forth in "One Week of Life."

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