TAFFIES nt Tices'
117 So. Main St. Re-
A nr w type of stage spinster is
presented by May Robson, the comed-
ienne who is coming next Thursday
evening to the Whitney in Edward E.
Rose's dramatization -of Mary Robert
Rinehart's popular "Tish" stories.
The play also contains two elderly
maidens of the conventional pattern
who act as foils to the advantage of
Edward E. Rose, who adapted the
stories to the stage, is the author of
- "Cappy Ricks," "Penrod," and other
recent plays. Costuming and minor
details are said' to be excellently
worked out in "Tish,"' and thecast is
reported to be the same as the one
which supported Miss Robson during
her three months' run at the Power's
theater in hicago. ,
been ' fisee
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Managing editors and business managers of The Michigan Daily,
Michiganensian, Gargoyle, Chimes, Students' Directory, Athletic pro-
gram, the managing editor of the Wolverine and any other publica-
tion officers needed, will be appointed for the ensuing year by the
Board in Control of Student Publications on Saturday, Maly 8, 1920.
Applications for any of these positions will be received by the
Board at any time prior to the day of said meeting. Applications
and recommendations should be addressed to the chairman of the
Board, Prof. F. N. Scott, and may be mailed or handed to him or may
be filed with Miss Allen at the Board office at the Press building.
The Board rules relative to appointments are as follows:
Sec. 3. On or before the first day of May of each year, the man-
aging editor and business manager of each of the publications under
the control of this Board, shall recommend, by letter to the chair-
man of this Board, members of their staffsto fill the positions of
managing editor and business manager respectively. The letters
of recommendation shall set forth the names of the men on the staff
considered available for the place, their qualifications and terms of
service on the publications in question and the reasons for choosing
the preson receiving the highest recommendation before the others.
Sec. 4. At any time before the date set for the appointment of
the business manager and managing editor of publication or pub-
lications under the control of this Board, any student in the Univer-
sity may make application for either position by letter addressed to
the chairman of this Board, setting forth the experience and qualifi-
cations of the applicant for the position sought. All such applica-
tions will be considered by this Board at the time of making the
appointmnts.E. R. SUNDERLAND,
Business Manager of the Board
in Control of Student Publications.
Whitney Theatre- Thur. Hay
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A high dramatic tension is estab-'
lished shortly after the opening *of
"The Confession," the emotional film
by Hal Reid in which Henry Walthall
will again be featured today at the
Majestic. The first few feet of film
depict' Father Bartlet, a Canadian
priest (played by Walthall) in his Ii-
brary. His mother is anxiously await-
ing his brother Tom, who she thinks,
is out in a storm but is really drink-
ing with a friend., The two quarrel,
come to blows, and leave the saloon
fighting. Tom Bartlet drops his gun
on the ground and, picking it up, Du-
mont, a Canadian lumberman, shoots
Bartlet's companion. Dumont then
goes to Father Bartlet and confesses
his crime. These are the circum-
stances that force the Canadian priest
into an inner struggle between love
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"Sinners," eaturing Alice Brady,
which was recently shown in Ann Ar-
bor will re-appear today at the Ar-
cade. The photoplay is a screen ver-
sion of the play in which Miss Brady
starred on the stage. It concerns' the
adventures of a girl of good standing
in her country home who is forced to
go to the city to earn enough money
to support her invalid mother.
Although she has letters of recom-
mendation to socially prominent city
people, they give her little recognition
when they learn the state of her fin-
ances and her plans to gain a livlihood
by sewing. Turning from them to
whomever will befriend her, she falls
in with a group of social outcasts who
have a marked influence on her fut-
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