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IVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
'S MAUDE KLEYN, Director
igh School Auditorium
'hursday, March 4, 1920
MIDNIGHT DAUGHTERS QUARTETTE
Dazzling and brilliant in costume
and setting, the screen adaptation of
the famous morality play "Every-
woman" will be repeated for the last
time today at the Majestic.
The quest of "Everywoman for the
God of Love" is the thread that weav-
es together the various scenes of pag-
eantry and luxury prominent in this
photoplay. In her search "Everywo-
man" encounters the vices and virtues
of the world and is often misled and
deterred from her goal. The false re-
peatedly offers itself to her for the
true but at the conclusion after she
has been disappointed in wealth, pass-
ion, and other things that seemed at-
tractive to her at first, she reaches
y the end of her quest.
Booked by the Arcade to appear
about a month ago but postponed,
"She Loves and Lies," featuring
Norma Talmadge, will open a three
days engagement in Ann Arbor to-
dary. The unique characteristic about
this pictu're is the multiplicity of roles
Miss Talmadge assumes in. the course
of the story.
Her first change is from a frivolous
girl of 20 to a middle aged woman
of, 52, who has no difficulty in secur-
ing a husband when she remarks that
she has the right to a fair sized for-
tune. Becoming younger once more,
she represents herself as a gay young
Greenwich Villager and entices her
husband 'into being untrue to her old-
er personality. Not content with this
she confronts her stupid better half
[ with accusations and finally eases 'his
conscience by revealing her real self.
"The Beloved Cheater," one of the
best of Lew Cody's films will be re-
peated for the last times today at the
Wuerth. The story revolves around
lessons for a bashful suitor given by
a recognized lady killer with unantic-
ENBINE ERS FR DEIREES
Thirty-five men were recommended
for graduation with the degree of
Bachelor of Science at a meeting of
the faculty of the College cf Engi-
neering and Architecture held dur-
ing the week-end. They are:
Civil Engineering-Frederick J. An-
derson, Taeke Beiboer, Louis Cantor,
.Bung Chew Choy, Gilbert F..Hawke,
Jacob H. Holub, Vernor W. McAdam,
Earnest M. Miller, Max J. Morgan-
Stern, Anastas D. Pelikas, Robert L.
Storrer, David M. Wilson, Ignatus A.
Mechanical Engineering -- Clifford
0. Babcock, Milton R. Fox, Edward
Hauser, Ashley W. Hunt, Ralph S.
Moore, Lawrence Sayner, Paul W.
Steelsmith, Charles O. Stetler.
Electrical. Engineering - Clarence
W. Campbell, Merle B. Doty, Eugene
W. Geniesse, Alfred C. Marwinske, Ian
D. Patterson, C. LeRoy Rice. Samuel
M. Schnitz, Thomas C. Simpson, Clar-
ence T. Tobin.
Naval Architecture and Marine En-
gineering-Lyman X. Ballard, George
Architecture-Leo J. Homnan, Ed-
win M. Read, Jorn H. Rhsu.
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Vera Michelena heads t
cast in "Betty Be Good,"
pany that ds presenting
this week at' the Shubert
the numerous cast assist
such names as Eddie G
Kirke, Georgia Hewitt,, I
Frank Crumit, Lucile Man
ington Romaine, and Jos
all of these entertainers
assigned new features sin
was in Detroit last.
"Betty Be Good' is un
rection of Stewart and- M
music, written by Hugo
has been characterized as
ry, and melodious," by c
"Friendly Enemies," a
carries a message of loyal
spiring, is being presente
by A. H. Woods at the C
the title role Louis Mann
the best iacting of his stag
The play concerns two C
ericans whose opinions
ETHELYN METZ, Reader
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picture, then postponing, it on account of closing The Arcade, doz-
quired as to when it would be shown.
your chance to see it.
What is a two-sided triangle?
A man whose wife is also her hus-
say? Come and see.
today and b
ed comedy-drama that abounds with fun and laughter.
Talmadge in her first comedy role-Let's Go!!
ly, "BUNGLED BUNGA LOWS.