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OR IGINAL STOR~Y
RODERPT 6AKE.R
'DflRiZFtD BY
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FIZMAUJ2ICE
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U N ERS ITY BRANCHES
It is the purpose of the national
officers of the American Legion to,
launch a drive for members from May
17 to 22, according to a communica-
tion received from the Legion head-
quarters in, Indianapolis. The state
ment was made that college men are
particularly wanted in the Legion and
that special attention will be taken in
the organization of college posts.
Publicity May Aid
For several reasons, set forth in
their communication, the officers are
of the opinion that the near future
will be an unusually opportune time
for the 'establishment of college and
university chapters. They suggest
that the general interest which will
be created by the publicity of the na-
tional organization in the coming cam-
paign for members will Dpelp any new
posts that may be fornfd.
May Start This Simester
The men at headquarters point to
the fact that there is still sufficient
time for organization before the end

al chapters in universities now, so
that they will be ready to begin work
when the students return to their
work in the fall.
Since a provision has been made for
a member of one post transering his
membership to any other post, the
leaders in the organization indicate;
it as being particularly suited to the
ieeds of the student. Under this pro-
vision, it would be possible for him to
enjoy equal benefits and privileges In
both his college chapter 'and in the
local organization of his home com-
inunity,.
ThenoScre en
THE MAJESTIC
Trailing counterfeiters as a means
of retrieving family fortunes dissipat-
ed by speculation is the enterprise
Elsie Ferguson embarks on, as Vir-
ginia Griswold in "Counterfeit," to
be shown today and tomorrow at the
Majestic.
Recalled home because of the sud-
den death of her father, reputed to be
a man of great wealth, Virginia dis-
covers that all his money has been
lost in the stock market. It is her
desire to keep her mother in ignor-
ance of their poverty and when she
reads of a $100,000 reward offered for
the conviction of a group of counter-
feiters, she seizes the opportunity to
rebuild the family fortunes.

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11:30 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 314 S. State

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NOTICE TO GAS
CONSUMERS
Refunds on 1919 gas bills must
be called for before May 15. The
60 days in which this Company
is required to pay such refunds -
expiring on that date.
WASHTENAW GAS CO.
WUERTH
TODAY AND TO-MORROW
MARGARITA FISHER
"rA DANGEROUS :TALENT"
ALSO
'A 'Snub, POWIr Comedy'
ORPHEUM THEATRE
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Fri., 14-- Pauline Frederick in
"Loves of Letty," with a North
Wood d-ama and a comedy.
Sat., 15-Will Rogers in "Water,
Water Everywhere," withH arry
Semon in "Home, Sweet Home."
Sun., Mon., 16, 17-Mabel Nor-
1tnand in "Pinto," with a comedy,
"Knights and Knighties," Ford
Weekly.

THE ARCADE

:HESTRA
:00-3:30
7:00-8:30

In even there days of depreciated
currency $15,000 is an unusual price
to pay for a baby. Yet this is what
Gilbert Goodhue and his wife Edith
are willing to offer in "The Very
Idea," the comedy featuring Taylor
Holmes which will be shown today
and tomorrow at the Arcade.
Holmes is forced by circumstances
to make such a bargain. He got the
idea from his brother-in-law, an au-
thority on eugenics, who promised to
find him the best thing in babies.
"The Very Idea" has been adapted
to the screen from the play by Wil-
liam LeBaron.
PROF. EMIL LORCHi RETURNS
FROM CONVENTION TRIP
Prof. Emil Lorch, college of archi-
tecture, has returned from Washing-
ton, D. C., where he attended the con-
*vention of the Association of Colleg-
iate :Schools of Architecture, the Am-
erican Institute of Architects, and the
Council of Architectural Registration
boards. Professor Lorch was elect-
ed president of the council and contin-
ues as a member of the executive com-
mittee of the associatidn.

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CAROLINA LAZZARI

ANN ARBOR'S GREATEST
MAY. FESTIVAL
A GALAXY OF "STARS" FROM T H E METROPOLITAN.
AND CHICAGO OPERAS- AND O T H E R CELEBRITIES
BOTH VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
SIX CONCERTS 12O1 2
FOUR DAYS MAY 19,20,21,22
COURSE TICKETS- $4.50 - $5.00 - $6.00. FOR SINGLE CONCERTS-
$1.00 - $1.50 - $2.00. NOW ON SALE AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC.

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