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Sun., Mon., 25, 26-Nazimova
in "Stronger than Death" with a
Ford Weekly and comedy.
Tues., Wed., 27, 28-Madlaine
Traverse in "Tattlers," and Wm.
Duncan in "Silent Avenger."

W AKINN!
Business men are hereby
warned that a woman giving
her name as Mary Regan is
working a "con game .in
this town.
Be Careful
We have looked up her police
record and find the following in-
formiation recorded:
Subject-Mary Regan Age-23
Country-American Citizen
Description -Neatly dressed in
blackatailored suit, black hat
and veil and works with a
gang known as
PARTNERS OF TJiE NIGHT.
(Signed)
COMM:12ITTEE OF SIX.

The Stage
THE WHITNEY

prima donnas who have insisted in
using their native languages when ap-
pearing before the American public.

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Assisting Fanchon and Marco, crea-
tors of extravaganzas and dance nov-
elties, in' "Let's Go," their "revue de
luxe," which is coming tomorrow
night to the Whitney are a number of{
individual entertainers who have won
recognition in the comedy field.
Among the chief entertainers are Nel-
son and Chain, "comedians with a way'
of their own"; Arthur West, "ambas-
sador of black-face minstrelsy;" "Bill"
O'Dooley; and Lucille Smith.
During her short sojourn in Am-
'erica, Madame Bourgny Hammer, to
appear in Ibsen's '"Hedda Gabler" and
"The Master Builder" next Wednesday
and Thursday at the Whitney, has
turned her energies toward mastering
English so that she could come in
closer contact with her audience. In
doing this she has broken away from
% tradition established by Duse and a
number of other European artists and

Summer Work
iMen wanted to Sell Fuller
Brushes. No ladies desired
Phone 1718. 6:30-8:00 P. M.

THE ARCADE.
In "The Strange Boarder," which
is showing again today at the Arcade,
Will Rogers appears as a good-na-
tured Samaritan whose homely com-
mon sense triumphs over the plans
of more polished schemers. He is
supported by Jimmy Rogers, his four-
year old son, and Irene Rich.
"Smiling Bill" Parsons in "His Own
Medicine" is an added attraction.
.
Lawyer Wanted;
Here's A Cinch
Roscommon county wants a lawyer.
Not only does it want a lawyer and
promise him a lucrative practice if he
is a capable man, but it offers to make
him prosecuting attorney for the coun-
ty if he will only come to them and
work. Such are the inducements
offered through a letter to Dean Henry
M. Bates. of the Law school, to an.en-
terprising law graduate, whether he
be- just graduated or an older man in
the profession.
WAGNER TO DISCUSS MODERN
SPANISH SINGERS AT MEETING

TIMES'

TODAY

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STRANGE.
BOARDER"
Also
"SMILING BILL"'
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IN
"HIS OWN MEDICINE"

Optimism!
the "blues"

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DISTINCT
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s-Commencing Sunday
ROY SCOTT'S
S OF THE NIGHT"
Sennett's Five-Reel Production-
N THE FARM"

OVER SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS EX
PENDED 9N RELIEFS; GIFTS
'DISTRI4UTED
The local chapter of the civilian re-
lief department, home service section
of the American Red Cross is now oc-
cupied chiefly with services to the ex
service men in the University, partic-
ularly those who are being sent to
college by the government.
Spring Report Made
The following report was read al
the spring meeting of the board of
directors of the Washtenaw County
Chapter, American Red Cross:
Average number of cases handled
per month, 218; new cases taken on,
167; money expendecd for relief, $679.-
13.
(Sent one boy to Florida for his
health. Sent four boys home for
Christmas. Kept eight boys in school,
who could not have stayed otherwise.
Assisted three hospital cases which
would have had to wait here for mon-
ey. Distributed candy and cigarettes
to 24 boys on Qhristmas-hospital
cases.)
Number of letters written, 377;,
number of office calls, 327; visits
made, 74.
General Service
Secured money due from government
for 56 boys, amounting to about $4,-
000. Gave medical attention to 51 ex-
service men. Induced 26 boys who
had dropped their insurance to take
it up again. Made arrangements for
vocational training for 49 boys. As-
sisted in sending material aid to two
families in- Turkey, 'two in Poland,
one in Germany, and one in Latvia.
This statement includes only act-
ual service cases, and does not take
into accpunt information service and
similar services rendered to transi-
ents.
Public Service Given
Headquarters for this department
are on State street above Wagner and
company, and information and other
services are rendered to any ex-serv-
ice men.,
COSMOPOLITAN CLU.B GIVES
PERFORMANCE IN DEXTER

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SITY OF

Ir.

Prof. C. P. Wagner will discuss the
popular Spanish singers of modern
times at the meeting of La Sociedad
Hispanica at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday
evening in the Cosmopolitan club
room, in University hall. The pur-
pose of the lecture is to give the mem-
bers of the Spanish club an idea of
the popular songs of Spain. The talk
will be accompafiied by Victrola rec-
ords of Spanish musio.
Nomination~of officers will take
place. at the business session which
will be followed by a social evening.
Grunewald Original Creole Pralines
of New Orleans.- Tices' Drug Storer,
117 So. Main.-Adv.
Branch Nickels Arcade
D RANSERS.
.AND_----
R-E-E
20. wASNrN'vOM
Ladies' Party Gowns a Specialtyl

HUTCHINS, LL.D., President

dent Community

Schools and Colleges,

TURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS-JOHz$ R. EmFINGER, Dean.
courses-Teachers' course-Higher commercial course-Course
restry-Course in landscape design-All courses open to pro-
Ival of' Faculty.
mERING AND ARCHITECTURE, MORTIMERE.- COOLEY, Dean.
mechanical, electrical, naval, and chemical engineering-=Archi-
ngineering-Highway engineering-Technical work under in=
xperience-Work- shop, experimental, and field_ practice -Me-
and chemical laboratories-Fine new building-Central heat-
pted for instruction.
. C.fVAUGHAN, Dean. Four years' graded course-Highest
ial attention given to laboratory teaching-Modern laboratories
Bedside instruction in hospital, entirely under University con-
M. BATES, Dean. Three years' course-Practice court work
s for work in history and politicaP sciences.
4ACY, HENRY KRAMER, Dean. Two, three, and four years'
facilities-Training for prescription service, manufacturing
try, and for the work of the analyst.
DICAL SCHOOL, W. B. HINSDALE, Dean. Full four years'
ital, entirely under University control-Especial attention given
entific 'pres ribing-Twenty hours' weekly clinical Instruction.':
Lp SURGERY, MARCUS L. WARD, Dean. Four years' course-
mnple laboratories, clinical rooms, library, and lecture room-
of needs.
ALFRED H. LLOYD, Dean. Graduate courses in all departments
o the higher professional degrees.
H. KRAUS, Dean. A regular session of the University afford-
More than 275 courses in arts, engineering, medicine, law,
cods.
Catalogues, Announcements of the various Schools and Col-
etc., or matters of individual inquiry) address Deansof
e Secretary of the University.

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AND NOTABLE CAST HEADED SY
DAVE LERNER
'AND MANY 0 'TI-ERlS
. HOSTAI Gn
On the Illuminated Ruinway

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FORM- FIT
COLLAR
CLUETPEABODY& Co. , cfahrew "

tn the interests of the WashtenaA
County Community service the Cos
mopolitan club gave an entertain
ment in Dexter last night. This is th
third of a series of entertainment
which . the club will give in all th
towns throughout -the county, prc
grams having already been given a
Saline and Whitmore Lake. The prc
gram last night included a Filipin
skit-and Japanese, Chinese, and Russ
ian acts.
The other towns in Washtenam
county to be visited. are Milan, Lod
Chelsea, and Ypsilanti. No charge i
made for these entertainments a
they are for the purpose of commur
ity union.
DENTAL COLLEGE RECFIVES
SCHOLARSHIP GIFT OF $1,00
A fellowship valued at $1,000, or, :
preferred, an equal amount of money
has been placed at the disposal of th
Dental college. The gift was mad
by the Michigan Sate Dental societ
and is to be used foV research purpos
es. This society has approximatel
1,000 members and each member wa
assessed $1 in dues for the year. 1
is expected that the scholarship wi.
become permanent.
Get your Base Ball supplies a
Cushing's.-Adv.

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Prices Lower Floor $2.50 Balcony $1.00-
1.50-2.00 Gallery 75c

SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary

Seats by Mail Now

Window Sale Fri.

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ey Theatre

TWO NIGHTS

MAJESTIC

AY APR. 28----THURSDAY APR. 29
Dramatic Event Extraordinary.

LAST TIMES TODAY

Marion

Davies

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LAURANCE CLARK
Announces

MADAME

BORN Y

"THE DARK STAR"

HAMMER

also

The Distinguished Norwegian Actress
HEDDA GABLER W Wednesday Night, April 28
THE MASTER BUILDER. -- Thursday Night, April 29
HENRIK IBSEN'S STIRRING PLAYS
)RT: Rolt Hammer, Mortime Martini, Knowles Entrikin,
-ed Taylor and others of note.
Mail now. Lower Floor 2.00, Balcony 1.00 -1.50

" Uneasy Feet "
said to be the most unique comedy ever
produced.- without a face or subtitle in the

whole film.

OTHER FEATURES

ADULTS - 25c
KIDDIES - lic

SHOWS DAILY
2:..-3:30-7:-8:.

Now

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