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FRIDAY-SATURDAY FEB. 20-21
" RL in
"A GIRL NAMED MARY"
in "The 13th
also a screen
'a in "Out of
"LOOK WHO'S HERE"
With, CECIL LEAN and CLEO MAYFIELD
! DETROI .cRISTO Jr."j
if highly desirable young men take
.up one of the id'eas brought out in
May Irwin's "On the Hiring Line," to
appear tomorrow night at the Whit-
ney, and make a practice of disguis-
ing themselves as chauffeur's, servant
problems will become less forbidding
to unmarried maidens. However, as
in "On the Hiring Line," there will
always be the question of whether
the neighbor's chauffeur really is a
wealthy' gentleman in an assumed
The chauffeur is but one, of the
characters in this comedy who are not
what they seem. At least two butlers
and two maids also turn out to be
counterfeits, and or a time nearly all
the people in the play sem to bey try=
ing to mystify one 'another.,
Among the abstract characters in
"Experience," which is coming next
Tuesday to the Whitney are Fashion,
Beauty, Excitement, Song, Deceit, and
Frivolity, with their escorts, Sport,
Style Snob, Conceit, Blue Blood, Trav-
el, and Drivel.
unt be large
Brief Cases, Music Folios
Guaranteed goods are
Insist on the original
Sold by all Reliable
Trade mark Dealers,
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Approximately 100 letters will be
sent out by the Union to prominent
men throughout the country, request-
ing them to be guests of the Union
when in Ann Arbor. Noted men oth-
er than alumni will receive these let-
On such occasions these men will
be guests of honor at Union recep-
tions and dinners, at which the stu-
dent body would be given the oppor-
tunity to meet the visitors. Taft,
Leacock, and other speakers while
here have expressed the desire to
meet the students, and in line with
these requests, the Union expects to
fulfill the wishes of the visitors and
at the same time to benefit the stu-
dents by contact with such prominent
According to the Union ,officials,'
it is a part of -the students' education
to meet such distinguished mep as
Taft and Leacock, and the officials'
intend to afford the students such a,
UNIVFBSITY TO GIVE DINNER
AT EDUCATORS' CONVENTION
A Michigan dinner will be given
under the direction of the University
of Michigan during the meeting of the
National Education association, at 6
o'clock Wednesday, at the Madonic
hall in Cleveland.
This is the second annual affair of
the kind and will be attended by all
of the men fron the educational de-
partment of the University, as well
as many members of the faculty. Oth-
ers wishing to attend the dinner may
secure tickets from the appointment
office in Tappan hall.
BILLINGS, MN0-T., ALUMNI MEET
TO PERFECT ORGANIZATION
An alumni organization was formed
at Billings, Mont., by 15 Michigan
-alumni at a meeting held there last
Saturday. There are about 30 more
alumni living in that community, and
it is expected that they will join the
organization. Henry A. Chapple, '14L
was elected secretary.
COLLEGE GIRLS, ATTENTION!
Your darty dresses remodeled into
artistic up-to-date frocks. For partic-
ulars write Madame York, 1404 Kes-
ner Bldg., Corner Madison and Wab-
ash, Chicago, Illinois.-Adv.
CREOLE PRALINES at Tices' Drug
Store. 117 S. Main St.-Adv.
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Y NIGHT FEB 21
Ease and luxury are no induce-
aients to abandoning her old friends
as far as the heroine of Marguerite
Clark's latest, photoplay, "A Girl
Named Mary," is concerned. "Mary"
is perplexed rather than,,entirely hap-
py when she discovers that she is the
daughter of a wealthy widow instead
of the kindly woman she had called
At first she rebels against moving
from a humble flat to.her newly found
mother's expensive home and leaving
all those who are, dear. to her, but an
arrangement satisfactory to all is ef-
fected when she marries her girlhood'
iHT®XiCATI M TEMPTS
YOUTH WITH Wl"&.
comedy, direct from the
heater, N. Y.
ggins and Harriet Ford
eorge C. Taylor)
Shall a husband insist that his wife
with a fortune in her own name limit
her expenditures to his income is the
qugstion that precipitates domestic
war in "His Wife's Money," to feature
Eugene O'Brien today and tomorrow
at the Arcade.
O'Brien has the role of a success-
ful young civil engineer who insists
that his wealthy wife exist ou his
meagre $12,000 income. She pre-
tends to accept, but cleverly camou-
flages her expenditures so that she
far exceeds the limit. When her hus-
band discovers the deception, the
story is brought to a speedy and high-
ly dramatic close.
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SEAT SALE SATURDAY MORNING
D igger and. Better this year than -ever b
la borate Scenic Effects - New Costuwi
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-Seats Now Selling
Today and Tomorrow
Supported by ZOes'eenf
in a story of laughter, love and tears
"A Girl Named[Mary"
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girl with a raft of money! MAYBE
Her Name Rhymed With Contrary!
So did she. As poor as a church mouse. Yet, when her real r
found her after years of searching,-offered her wealth-ga home-
tiful clothes,-didMary accept?
ucky,-and MAYBE he wasn't.
k more powerful than wealth.
the case" found it out too before
She did not! Acted up. Ran away.
love affair, and won 'em all when she did it.
Tangled 'em all in a
Better come and see!
it was too
$ tt $
Gayety Comedy, "FIREMAN, SAVE MY GAL"
A Briggs Comedy Special
Pathe News Majestic Orchestra
"STRONGER THAN DEATH"
2:00,3:30, 7:00, 8.:30
PRICES INC. TAX
Adults 25c Children 1 Oc
SUNDAY, The Big Tickle Two