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May 28, 1920 - Image 5

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Attendants and visitors at the Sum-
mer session of 1920 will have the op-
portunity to inspect an exhibit of
photographs of Greece which has been
sent to this country under the au-
spices of the Greek government. The
exhibition, which consists of about
500 photographs, is expected to ar-
rive in Ann Arbor about July 1, and
will be on display in Alumni Memorial
hall for three weeks from that date.
Highly Artistic
The photographs comprising this
collection are the work of the noted
Swiss photographer, Frederic Bois-
sonas, and are said to be of a high de-
gree of artistic excellence. They rep-
resent not only the ruins of ancient
Greek architecture but also scenes of
daily life in contemporary Greece.
During the sessions of the peace con-
ference in 1919 the collection was dis-
played in Paris, and it has been exhib-
ited this spring in. New York, Balti-
more, and Philadelphia, where the
comments of the press have been uni-
formly complimentary.
Lades to be Shown
It was not at first planned to place
the photographs on display in any
other cities but at the request of the
Greek department the officials in
charge have so far modified their
plans as to send it to Ann Arbor.
Accompanying the, exhibit in New
York were a large number of laces,
embroideries, the work of modern.
Greek peasants, and reproductions of
ancient sculptures and other works of
art, including models of decorated
swords, jewelry, and the like. Some of
these objects will doubtless accom-
pany, the photographs when exhibited
here.
The Screen

ly, he thinks that Eliza, his ward is
a golden haired girl of 12. Her youth-
ful make-up is part of her plan to
make herself a nuisance so that she
will be shipped back to school, but
after he has fallen in love with him
and discovers that she is about to lose
him to an actress, she completely re-
vises her costume.
DOW OF DETROIT EDISON TO
ADDRESS SOPH ENOINEERS'
Mr. Alex Dow, president and gener-
al manager of the Detroit Edison com-
pany, will talk to the sophomore eng-
ineers at their meeting at 11 o'clockt
Friday morning in room 348 Engineer-
ing building.
Mr. Dow has been given the honor-
ary degree, of master of engineering
by the University. His talk will deal
with power plant design. The new
power plant of the Edison company at
Connors' Creek was constructed un-
der the personal supervision of Mr.
Dow.
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Frederick in "Woman in Room
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TOMORROW

Taking up Mark Twain's famous
story of boyhood on the Mississippi
just after "Huck" and Tom Sawyer
bring home "Injun Joe's" buried treas-
ure; the Paramount-Artcraft screen
version of "Huckleberry Finn" will
be repeated today and tomorrow at
the Majestic.
{ William D. Taylor, who directed this
picture, also supervised the filming of
the most recent version of "Tom Saw-
yer" featuring Jack Pickford. Other
stars who have worked under his sup-
ervisi6n are Mary Pickford, Constance
Talmadge, and Kathryn Williams.
The title role of "Huckleberry Finn"
is played by bewis.Sargent, a freckle-
faced, 15 year old film prodigy. Oth-
ers .in the cast are Gordon Griffith,
who appears' as Tom Sawyer, 'fand
Edythe Chapman, who plays the part
of Aunt Polly.
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_ When Sandy Verrel, the bachelor
hero of "Dangerous to Men" which
will be presented today and tomorrow
Sat the Arcade featuring Viola Dana,
brings his extremely youthful appear-
ing, ward to his home he little sus-
pects that he is harboring a vampire
with tremendous potential powers of
fascination.
Because she wears a plain calico
dress and combs her hair back tight-

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Fine White Reignskin Cloth, whiter than
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as well as comfortable pattern. Low military'
heels and white welted soles.

She Never tried to Vamp a Mlan
Jiefore
But Eliza must have had a certain instinct for it
otherwise- See Viola Dana as That Girl Eliza
the captivating orphan.
BiUt look out, boy 's! She 's "Dangerous Tc
i.en"! Just like leap year!.
Added Feature
Mr. and Mrs. Carter DeHaven in "FORGET-ME-NOT"
COMING SUNDAY-"-- NAZIMOVA in "THE HEART OF A CHILD"
From the novel by FRANK DANBY
Each time she makes a picture it's different--and better
than the one before.

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