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y -- Majestic-I
m Clock Andy."
i "The Heart of
William Faver-
Who Lost Him-
uline Frederick
Zoom Thirteen."
Charles Ray in
Arcade-Naz-
rt of a Child."
Faversham in
Himself." Or-
lington in "The
-Ethel Clayton
hian the Male."
iedy in "Dollars
-Gladys Brock-
orence Billing-
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tocracy, will be shown today, tomor-
row, and Tuesday at the Arcade.
The heroine of the picture is Sally
Snap, a girlof the slums with a talent
for dancing. The tragic death of her
mother leaves her homeless and forced
to earn her own living. By an un-
usual train of circumstances she be-
comes a model yin a fashionable
modiste's shop. There she meets Lord
Kidderminster who is attracted by her
winsome manner, but who is also
sought after by Lady Dorthea Lytham,
an ambitious noblewoman. The strug-
gle of the two women for the affection
of Kidderminster forms the conclusion
of the story.
Madge Kennedy, who has been no-
ticeably absent from Ann Arbor movies
for some time, will appear Wednesday
and Thursday in "Dollars an Sense"~
at the Arcade. "Dollars and Sense"
has been adapted to the screen from
the story by Octavus Roy Cohen, popu-
h r Saturday Evening Post writer.

STARS ENTERlED IN MEET

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Wuerth-Gladys Brock-
eum - Constance Tal-
"The Temperamental'l

To be Shown Today, Tomorrow,
Tuesday at the Wierth

/lajestic-Norma Talmadge in
Woman Gives." Wuerth-'
Mason in "Love's Harvest."
mr-Constance Talmadge in
emperamental Wife."
-Majestic-Norma Talmadge
e Woman Gives.". Wuerth-
Mason in "Love's Harvest."
m-Geraldine Farrar in "The
and Its Woman."
MAJESTIC
r of those\country boy types
les Ray portrays so well is
him in "Alarm Clock Andy,"
own today,, tomorrow, and
at the MaIestic. Andy is a
stuttering motor truck sales-
meets with so little success
'eligiously begins to imitate

the blustering, bluffing methods of the
firm's star salesman. But even this
move adds little to his sales record
until he falls is-love with his employ-
er's daughter.
In pursuing his acquaintance with
her he takes a' desperate chance and
by a bit of deception effects the sale of
several tr'ucks, and brings his romance
to a happy outcome. Larry Semon in
"School Days," is the accompanying
short comedy.
"More Deadly 'Than the Male," a,
mixture of melodrama and light com-
edy featuring Ethel, Clayton, will be
presented, Wednesday and Thursday
at the Majestic.
ARCADE
Nazimova in."The Heart of a Child,"
a picture of the slums of London, Eng-
lish theatrical life, and British aris-

RARRICK THEATRE''
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INTREST IN SWIMM ING
CAPA1SLE TEAM DEVEILOPEI) FROM
LARDER MBMIER OF .
TRYOUL:TS
(By Wallace 1F. Elliott).
If the interest that has been taken
in swimming were to be represented
as the mercury in a thermometer at
various times of the year it would be
found thafin 1919 the temperature was
in the neighborhood of zero. The au-
tumn of the year would show a gradual
rise of the liquid and the winter of
this year would show it at summer
heat. If results of the past season are;
any criterion for future showing it will
be necessary to obtain a new ther-
mometer, for to say that they have
beel gratifying would be to put it,
mildly.
Following the course of the sport,
from the opening' of the present se-
mester it wIll be seen that the total
number of men who have reported for
both Varsity and interclass swimming
was somewhere in the region of the
200 mark. From these a Varsity team;
of 15 men was selected which would'
compare favorably with any team in
the Conference. When the ruling pro-,
hibiting freshman competition was
passed a strong squad still remained.
Star Sprint Men.
Tommy Robertson, '20, headed the
team by his wonderful a'bity in the
sprints. Time after time he demon-
strated that he could make the best in
the Conference go the limit to defeat
him. In this he was ably supported
by Lewy, '22, who is a swimmer of no
small ability. The absence of Robert-
son from the team next year would be
keenly felt were it not for the fact that
in the freshman class there are at least
three men who'are his equals.
Turning from sprints to distance.
swimming we find this year's Varsity
represented by Gilmore, '22, and Bab-
cock, '22, two men who will both re-
turn next year and whose presence on
the team will\ greatly strengthen the
1921 aggregation. Gilmore is the su-
perior man at present and undoubted-
ly one of, the best swimmers in the
University, but Babcock's work has
been steady and has shown remark-
able improvement.
/ This year's team could show but one
really good man in the back stroke.
Porter transferred here from North-
western where he was a member of the

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;mery the only defeat he has sus-
tained this year. Scholz should figure
in this event, as well as in the 100-yard
dash.
With so many individual stars en-
tered and with all of them so evenly
divided among the various teams, com-
petition for honors will be unusually
keen.
Illinois Chances Strong
Illinois has an imposing array of
material and only the best of running
will keep the Champaign team from
winning the outdoor as well as the in-
door title. Michigan and Chicago will
not be serious contenders unless the
two stars, Johnson and Higgins, are
able to enter with full strength. The
presence of either should make his
team a strong competitor for first
place, and if both are entered, Illinois,
Michigan and Chicago are the favored
squads.
ker, '21, left that event in the able
hands of Broock, '21.
Plungers Bood -
The Varsity was represented by two
good men in the plunge, Adams, '22,
and Koch, '22. Their presence on next
year's team will be a great aid to a
good organizatioit. In the dives White
was and is the best man in school and
one of the best in the state. His pat-
ner, Goldsmith, will graduate, but
White will be cavorting about the tank
for Michigan's team next year.
In the freshman class lie some of the
brightest prospects for the future. The
high light is Hyde, the University's
best all-around swimmer, joint holder
of the tank record for the 40-yard free
style, and a man who can 'swim back
stroke~aal breast stro4e, and dive with
equal versatility. Close on the heels
of Hyde come Valentine and Dollavo,
both sprint men. Valentine's 100-yard
mark has not been equalled by any
Varsity swimmer, and Dollavo is one
of the three holders of the 40-yard
mark.
I'reshman distance swimmers who
are sure to be big helps to Coach Dru-
lard next year are Hubard; Searle,
Randall, Dunlop, and Levy. Who is
the best of the quartet is a difficult
question to answer and will be left to
future competition to decide. Hanson
in the breast stroke, and Myers in the
back stroke, are men who can be relied
upon to make things interesting next
year, 'and Grayson is a fancy . diver
who will present some wicked twists
in future competition.
Other men whose work this year
merits comment are Million, '20, who
has been plunging consistently; Smith,
'23, a man of no little promise in the
sprints, and Haidle, '23, who has been
one of the hardest workers among the
tank men.
Coach Volunteers
To Coach Elmer Drulard, '20, who
volunteered his services all due credit
should be given. He has been largely
responsible for the success of the sport
and, it is to be hoped, will be able to
handle next .year's team, an aggrega-
tion ofswimmers which promises great
things. With the Union pool finished,
a work which should be completed in
the shortest possible space of time,
there is no limit to the field which
Michigan swimmers should be able to
conquer.
Are you a true Michigan Man? If
so keep in touch with all the teams,
at home and abroad by reading The
Daily each morning.-Adv.

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He will return next year. In the j The Daly containg the latest Asuo-
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