rHE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tues., Wed. 27 and 28-Mad-
laine Traverse in "Tattlers," and
Wm. Duncan in "Silent Aveng-
May Allison in "Please Get Mar-
Alice Joyce in "Slaves of Pride."
Mabel Normand in "Pinto."
Tues. 27-Dustin Farnum in
"The Corsican Brothers" and
"Jlggs" in A two-reel comedy,
"Bringing up Father." Adults,
35c; Children, 10c.
Wed., Thurs. 28, 29 - H. B.
Warner in "Grey Wolf's Ghost,"
also a comedy.
The Original Stage Cast in "Old
News From The Other Colleges
Charlotte Greenwood in
"Linger Longer Letty"
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H UIE J"GREENWICH
"Let's Go," Fanchon and Marco's
carnival of laughter and gayety that
kept its audience in a continuous up-
roar for more than two hours last
Sunday night at the Whitney, has been
secured for a return engagement in
Ann Arbor next Friday night.
In its dazzling costumes, pretty
girls, colorful scenery, graceful and
comedy dancing, and its lively com-
edy, "Let's Go" comes near outdoing
the claims of its publicity agents. The
entertainment races on without a
pause or dull moment from the time
the Fanchon-Marco jazz band, led by
Paul Ash, who directs with the head
while playing the piano, gradually
ushers the audience into the land of
jazz, till the gorgeous, mirth-provok-
- A hundred and one novelties are
interspersed throughout the revue.
The dancing, in which nearly every-
one of the company takes part at one
time or another, is made up of original
steps conceived by Fanchon and Mar-
Four masters of comedy appearing
in two teams, Nelson and Chain, and
"Bill" Dooley and Arthur West, rival
each other in keeping the listeners
convulsed with their laughter over
Georgia Tech.--Two hundred and
thirty-three men finished in the an-
nual cross-country run in which there
were 400 entries. The three and a
half mile course was covered in 19
minutes and 122-5 seconds by the win-
ner, shattering the existing Tech rec-
Purdue-A Field Artillery club is to
be organized at Purdue. It is planned
to have meetings about once a month.
The purpose of the club is to perpet-
uate the memory of the good times
enjoyed by the members while in serv-
ice, and to keep alive their interest in
and tomorrow at the Majestic. ° Head-
ing the masculine members of the cast
is Thomas Meighan, known for his
successful appearances in a number of
pictures, two of the latest being "The
Miracle Man," and "Male and Female."
Gloria Swanson, who was also featur-
ed in "Male and Female," plays op-
posite Meighan. The two are sup-
ported by Bebe Daniels, Theodore
Kosloff, Clarence Geldart, and Sylvia
Cousins & Hall
Members Florists Telegraph Delivery
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SPECIAL RETURN ENGACEMENT
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OF THE YEAR
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WITH A MILE OF SMILES
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their varied offerings and the new
twists they give jokes and stunts. With its principal characters work-
ing at cross purposes and in con-
Madame Borgny Hammer is coming stant struggles between old associa-
tomorrow and Thursday to the Whit- tions and love, "'Partners of the Night,"
ney to appear in Ibsen's "Hedda Gab- written by Leroy Scott and featuring
ler" and "The Master Builder." William B. Davidson and Pinna Nes-
bit will be repeated today at the Ar-
cThe Screeni cade Th story centers about a young
member of the New York secret serv-
ice who falls in love with a clever
THE MAJESTIC confidence woman. In spite of his
_personal feelings he is assigned to
Filmed on the same luxurious scale amassing evidence to convict his
as "Male and Female," and featuring sweetheart. In rapidly moving suc-
a number of stars who scored in that cession of incidents that follow, he en-
screen extravaganza, "Why Change counters danger and mystery and fin-
Your Wife," Cecil B. DeMille's latest ally his problem is solved for him by
super-feature will be repeated today an unexpected turn of events.
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THOMAS MEIGHAN _
GLORIA SWANSON .-
ADMISSION SCALE SHOWS START.
- Matinees-25c, 35c 2:00, 3:30
- Evenings-35c, 50c 7:00, 8:30
AL. ST. JOHN in "CLEANING UP"
Henry Walthal in "Confession"-Last three days of week.
field artillery work. It is understood
that the chief of field artillery in
Washington will co-operate in the
matter of securing speakers of the
Johns Hopkins-At a recent meet-
ing of the student affairs committee,
a petition on the part of several stu-
dents requesting permission to at-
tempt to establish a new magazine
at the University was granted. The
proposition is backed -by the Literary
and Dramatic clubs. It is planned to
edit a sample edition this year, and
if this meets with the support of the
student body, to produce five editions
during the next scholastic ~year, com-
mencing with October. The magazine
will be made up of humorous mater-
ial, literature of the lighter sort, car-
toons and other illustrations.
Washington - A university press
bureau, composed of students of the
University of Washington, has been
organized to publish college news on
billboards in the city of Seattle.
New York-New York university has
established a course in automotive
motor engineering. Students enroll-
ed in the new course will be trained
for construction and machine engi-
neers and for production managers.
Pennsylvania - The honor system
has been adopted at the University of
Pennsylvania by the overwhelming
vote of 900 to 100.
Swarthmore- Permission has been
given by the board of managers for
the flive national fraternities to build
lodges on the campus. Work will be
started about June 1. The maximum
cost for any lodge will be $25,000.
Missouri-Gen. John J. Pershing is
to be initiated into Scabbard and
Blade and Phi Alpha Delta, law fra-
ternity, at the Uiversity of Missouri
Harvard-Moving pictures as an ad-
vertiting scheme are being seriously
considered at Harvard, where tenta-
tive plans have already been made
with film companies to present scen-
arios dealing with Harvard life and
men. Eight companies are said to
have bid for the privilege, and one
has gone so far as to offer to expend
from $60,000 to $80,000 on a five or
six reel. dramatic film with all the
fixings in exchange for the indorse-
ment of the university and distribu-
Ohio-The American Legion at Ohio
State has heartily endorsed and en-
couraged the movement of the univer-
sity toward wearing old clothes. The
legion did not endorse the wearing of
overalls as that would merely end in
the increase in price of them.
SOCCER TEAM PRACTICES FOR
MEET WITH DETROIT SATURDAY
A campus soccer football team will
play the Roses soccer team of Detroit
Saturday afternoon and all, men in-
terested in the game are requested to
turn out for practice Wednesday and
Friday afternoons at 3 o'clock at Fer-
Men in charge emphasized the ne-
cessity of the appearance of all men
as the practice'will be practically the
only preparation for the game. At-
tendance is also required at the meet-
ing at 7 o'clock Thursday night in
room 306 oL the Union.
French Professor Lectures Here
M. Jacques Hadamard, professor of
mathematics in the College de France
and lecturer in the Pcole ?oly'techni-
que, delivered two lectures yesterday
in the east lecture room of the PhIys-
ics building before audiences eOMPOs-
ed of faculty men of the mathematics
department and students. Monsieur
Hadamard spoke upon the work ac-
complished by Henri Poincare. He
has been elected to fill the seat in
the French academy made vacant by
the death of Monsieur Poincare.
Close Recruiting Station May 30
The local recruiting station of the
United States marine corps will sus-
pend operations for the summer May
30. With the exception of stations at
important industrial points, this is
the usual policy.
Don't forget that we can supply you
with any thing in the wallpaper or
paint trade. C. H. Major & Co. Ph ne
Park and Wood ward
Courteous and satisfactor,
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savings Balk
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Re evites ... .....$49000,000.0
Northwest OCr. Main & Huron.
707 North Univeraity Ave.
keeping with the standard
this spring are smarter and
more distinctive than ever be-
The range of fabrics and
the variety of new ideas are
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Prioes Lower Floor $2.50 Balcony $1.00.
1.50-2.00 Callery 75c
Seats on Sale Wednesday Morning
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ADULTS 25c - CHiLDREN IOc
Three Days- Commencing
A Scram in Five Reels
Whitney Theatre -
WEDNESDAY APR. 28----THURSDAY APR. 29
Dramatic Event Extraordinary.
The Distinguished Norwegian Actress
HEDDA GABLER --'Wednesday Night, April 28
THE MASTER BUILDER Thursday Night, April
HENRIK IBSEN'S STIRRING PLAYS
SUPPORT: Rolt Hammer, Mortime Martini, Knowles Entrikin,
Winfred Taylor and others of note.
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Cast includes Louise Fazenda,
Ben Turpin, Marie Prevost, Bert
Roach, Billy Armstrong, John
Henry, Jr., "Teddy," the dog,
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