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THE MAUESTIC

VIVIAN MARTIN

"LOUISIANA"

0DADE.
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7--Owen tMoore n in"Pic-
Star Comedy, "Tick Tick

Quibbling,' trick excuses, and in-
sincerity are very seldom met with in
the interviews which students have
with him regarding- their absences,
declAres==tDan John R. Effinger.
"I have , found" that the students are
pretty square with me,". said Dean
Affimger, "and' I think it always pays
,to- believe~ what they tell me. The
usual excus.eA' now put forward are
that the- students need more time to
get home; both in order- to make bet-
ter train- connections and to be sure,
that- if they miss- their trains on ac-.-
count' of the- uncertainties of the pre-
sent service, they will arrive, in time
to have a vacation of usual length,.
"Sickness; marriage of sisters, and
maviy of' the usual excuses are always
bieing put foriward, and I. believe the
students tell me the truth. If anyone
does not,-.1I know that he suffers from
it more than I do. Perhaps the at-
tendance , com-mittee~ may- have some
excuss worked- off ou it that are not
so-good, but- I -have not met with them

Sent from the mountains, where she
has spent Sher life, to become' acquaint-
ed with civilization at a fashionable
summer resort, "Louisana Rogers,"
played by Vivian Martin today and
tomorrow at the Majestic; becomes a
party to a joke played by Olivia Fer-'
oi on her brother. By wearing Olivia's
gowns she makes Laurence Ferol, a
young playwrite, believe that she is
a belle from New Orleans.
As the result of the joke Laurence
becomes interested in her, and when
Cass Floyd, her mountain lover, ar-
rives to investigate, he becomes jeal-
ous of his rival. The effects of his
intense feeling and the outcome of the
romance form the conclusion of the
story.
Larry Semon in his latest picture
"The: Headwaiter" is the comedy at-
traction.

TODAY and TOMORRC

O W EN MOOR I

Supported by ZENA KEEFE

"PI CCADILLY I
From the Satuirday Evening Post Story by P. G.

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THE ARCADE

Arthur Ham-
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Presents
'Tomble.Is"

108' STUDENTS PLACED ON
WARNED OR PROBATION;

LISTS

't be. Typewriting, promptly,
"youf accurately done. 0. D.
Nickels -Arcay.-Adv.

neatly and,
Morrilf, 17

f Read the Daily for Campus Now's

41,

Letters notifying students that they
are. now on the warned or probation
:Mists are being mailed from the Rego
istrar's offe to- 108 persons, according
to Registrar Arthur G..- Hall. Of this
number, 79--studenmts have -been placed
in the warned class, and 29 on pro-
bation.
Stuadents receiving one of these not-
ices is thereby informed that unless
there is a, decided improvement in his
work, he may be asked to withdraw
from the University at the end of the
;smester. Sometimes students are
transferred from the warned' to the
probation, list, which is the more
serious, before being required to with'-
draw.
XM&PIXSKI GIVES FIRST OF
CURRICULUM TALKS TO FRESH
Prof. L. 0. Karpinski of the mathe-
matical department, delivered an ad-
dres& -gn: te-"Mathem'atical Sciences"'
~yesterday: after!noon- at the talks to
freshmen.
A- few of' the, ways in which mathe-
matics are related to the other sci-
ences were told by Professor Karpin'-
ski.
-Dean -J: R. Effinger, in' introducing
Professor Karpinski, announced that
this would be the first of a series
of talks on the main divisions of study
in the curriculum, and that Prof. S.
4. Bfgelow of the chemistry depart-
ment; would speak at the next meet-
ing; on the "Chemical Sciences."-

E. C. Edsill
]Fisher's Pharmaecy~
Sugden Drtg-C6MMp~Y
John A. Tice
Tuttle Lwnch Room

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Ingeniuity" in screen craftsmanship
htas been employed in P., . Wed-
house's "Piccadilly dim;" showing
Owen Moore in hisfrst Sezick pro-
duetion today and tomorl'ow at the
Arcade. N4umerous views of New York
life have been taken, including Pic-
tures taken from the elevated and
scenes from the - great"Wite Way.
F renst% in the comedy is the in-
cident whei'e Owen Moore in hs hap-
py-go-lucky manner, devours peanuts
and throws' the " hulls into the lap-I
of a dignified and prominent banker.
ICERCLE FRANC IS
TO HOLD CONTEST
Anp annual""French' essay contest,
opten-to students in all 'departmnents
of" the University, will be - established.
by-' t'he-Cerele- Forancas this'year.
ues o theS' contest will be such
as tQ, exclude exceptionally qualified
'students, thus encoraging1 gneral
articiption by unergradutats.
- Fifyt Dllar PISe
The subjets, which will# be t~n
flonced 6ina few days, will be diverse
in- chacter, and will include several
designed especially to, attract men
who have seen military- service in
PFrance.'
A gold purse of $50 will be awarded
the athobr of the winning essay. Suit-
able prizes for'the winners of second
andi third places 'will be made, if the
essays are of-sufficient merit., Judges
of the contest will include Deanohn
R. hffinger," Profs. A. 6. Canfield, Mor-
itz Levi, H. P. Thieme, and Rene Tala-
Mon.
5,000 Words in{Length
All essays must be written inFrendh,
and must approximate"2000 words in
length. Each manuscript - must be
signed with a "nom de plume," and
must be accompanied by 'a sealed en-
yvelope containing the author's real
name. Essays for this years com-
petition must be ini the offce of" the
department of romance languages by
April' 5, 1920.
Students in all French classes will
,be encouraged to enter the contest.
The names of the winners will be an-
nounced on the evening of the annual
French -play, in the 'latter part of
11April.
Pestoffice Positions Filled
One hundred and forty-one univer-
┬░sity men have been given work' dur-
ing the holidays at the Detroit; post-
office, on trains or at the terminal, ac-
cording to Postmaster Abbott of the
7Ann Arbor postoffice.
Reports from the Detroit office say
that at the present time no more men
are, needed, but should there be a
demand later a notice 'to that effect
will be published in The Daily.
Small Blaze Damages Fraternity Roof
Glowing cinders flling from the
chimney started a small blaze on the
roof of, the Delta Upsilon house, 1331
Hill street, at 10 oclock this morn-
ing.. The fre was extinguished by
members of the fraternity before the
arrival of the fire department. The
onlydamage done was the burning of
a large 'hole in the roof.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contain all
jthe latest Campus, City and World
News.-Adv.

Owen Moore is seen as the town rounder who becomes implicated
in a deep, dark plot to kidnap "Fatty Arbuckle, Jr." for the sole pur-
pose of pleasing the girl he loves and thus- terminating a wild and
wooly career as a rounder par excellence.
-Zena Keefe is seen in the role of Anne Chester who detests "Jim-
mie Crocker of gay London" but falls in love with this self-same young
man when he journeys to America to8 forget wine, women and song of
his native land. .
COMEDY RUNS RIOT THROUGHOUT THE FIVE REELS
Sora This--Even If you have to miss your dinner-it's worth itl
THURSDAY---ONE DAY ONLY
RstwuriDais on~
Norma TalImadigo in
"61THlE ISLE OF CONQ VEST"

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Today, and Tomorrow
Vivian Martin
"Louiina

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Wilmont

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MISCELLANEOUS
WILL THE person who took the
wrong black top .coat, fromt thU'n-
ion cloak ro~om ┬░-Priday ,*ntug, re-
Iturn -same to 523 Last Madison St.
Immdlately.
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Larry Semon,

pennants. 1341
ono 2384-M.'
Three Airdale

Trubey's
Dinners. Lunches Confectionery
Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas,-
W'e Make our own, Ice Cream
Orders solicited from FraternOities a nd
;Sororities. 218 Se Main Phone 166

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Don't Miss Them

RENT -- Warm single room,
Itly modern; half block from
spus. Phone 2677"R. 516 Cheer-

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