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May 18, 1920 - Image 5

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Wedding. Bells," Salisbury Field's
anedy which is being produced this
ek at the Garrick-Detroit,. opens
h the dilemma of one Reggie Cart-
who has been divorced, is to re-
rry on the morrow, but discovers
t he still loves his first wife. When
e his former wife's quick wit and
n understanding are' brought into
y, the knot which Reggie makes
his affairs is untangled; but before
rescues him, the comedy has run
ough three acts of merriment.

red," to be the delight of adoring wo-
men of all ages and the bane of their
husbands.
Gorgeous scenery and elaborate set-
tings mark "The Butterfly Man"
throughout.
24 STUDENTS GE'T'
TEACHING POSTS
The appointment committee has an-
nounced the acceptance of teaching
positionsnext year by the following;
24 students:
Dorothy Paton, '20, Otsego, mathe-
matics; Ruby Larson, '19, Dassel,
Minn., principal of high school; Nina
M. Kellogg, '18, Owosso, English;
Alexina Meier, '18, Jackson, French in
intermediate school; Paul E. Brown,
'17, Lansing; James W. Hoge, '17, Ar-
thur Hill high school, Saginaw West.
Side; Lula Mertace Canan, '20, Bat-
tle Creek, EFglish and science; Mar-
gory Reynolds, '20, Newberry, music;
Dorothy Armstrong, '19, Petoskey,
English; Andrew O. Skye, '20, Rock-
land, superintendent of schools; Ruth
Abbott, '20, Flint, English and history;
Melba Bastedo,..'19, Battle Creek, Eng-
lish;, Gladys Boyington, '20, Iron Riv-

way, principal of high school; Willard
Davies, '19, St. Johns, history; Byron
Earle Smith, '14, Grayling, superin-
tendent of schools; Lois Parker, '19,
Xenia, Ohio, English and Spanish;
Marie Loughlin, '20, Hudson, mathe-
matics; Mary,.G. Ward, '20, Hudson,
mathematics; Clara I. Tubbs, '20,
Owosso, mathematics; Margaret
Scales, '22, Davidson, history and Eng-
lish; Ada E. Cargo, '20, Bonners Fer-
ry, Iraho, history; Varian M. Harding,
'20, Portland, English.
Warren K. Layton, at present re-
search assistant in experimental edu-
cation at the University, will teach
in the Summer session at the Michigan
State Normal college at Ypsilanti.

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SHUBERT-DETROIT

"Frivolities of 1920," the first of a
series of annual entertainments to be
produced by G. M. "Broncho Billy"
Anderson, former cinema cowpuncher,
is being presented this week at the
Shubert-Detroit.
-. "Frivolities" concerns itself with a
comical and satirical treatment of
som'e of the enduring social and polit-
ical institutions: with "multiplying
ted costly costumes on comely figures un-
os1- til the stage is ablaze with vivid dyes";
and' with presenting a number of en-
pe- tertaining dancing, musical, and com-
OI- iy novelties.
ouls ,
The Screen
THE MAJESTIC
A new standard of screen acting- is
+e established by John Barrymdre in his
interpretation of the dual personality
of Dr. Jekyll in the picturization of
"Dr. Jekyll 'and Mr. Hyde," Steven-
son's popular tale, which will be re-
peated today at the Majestic. The
convincingness of his acting, both as
the philanthropic doctor and the weird
and inhuman Mr. Hyde, is striking.
-The realism of the latter and harder
part is especially powerful, and the re-
production of Mr. Hyde under the in-
fluence of his subconcious self is so
distinct and totally different from the
normal Dr. Jekyll that the two parts
seem to be played by different artists.
Barrymore is ably assisted by Mar-
tha Mansfield, Branton Hurst,. Charles
Lane, J. Malcom Dunn, Cecil Clovelly,
Nata Naldi, and George Stevens.
THE ARCADE
Popularity with the opposite sex
is: the only capital of Lew Cody as
Sedgewick Blynn in "The Butterfly
Man," to - be repeated today at the
Arcade, but it is all.that he desires
to carry eut his plan of marrying a
fortune. Urged by his sisters who
In ,choosing wall paper we will
gladly help you to see that it harmon-
izes, with the color scheme of your
home. C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.

Spripg Sale of Millinery
At Parlor of
STEVENS & PERSHIN6
618 PACKARD STREET

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