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I Vera Mlohelona i
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Lunches
Sodas'
Candies
SUGAR BOWL
109 S. MAIN ST.

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THE MAJESTIC

OUTH MAIN STREET
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IVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
IRLS GB

'S MAUDE KLEYN, Director
CONCERT

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AT
igh School Auditorium
'hursday, March 4, 1920
8o'clock
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.
THE ARCADE
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-
ipated results.
FACULTY RECOMMENDS
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.
Wojtaszac.
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
W. Spender.
Architecture-Leo J. Homnan, Ed-
win M. Read, Jorn H. Rhsu.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

SHUBEI

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
Ics.
GARRICK-D1ETk
"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

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in
POPULAR MELODIES
ETHELYN METZ, Reader
VIOLIN QUARTETTE
TICKETS 50c
UHRS AND SCHOOL OF MUSIC%

to be irresistabl
Associated wi
comedy are Jess
ardt, Betty Alde
Williams, and N
Asked A
(Editor's Note-
sons connected
either students.o
ed at random t
current topic by
dom" reporter.)
Today's quest
igan have a
store ?''
Prof. A. G. Ca
in favor of the
co-operative stt
such a. store is a:
be at 1icbhigan;
meart. that is. tho

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TOMORROW

TUESDAY

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proposition t
store could
guaranteed".
Pierce Me
the Student
no reason wh

You've Been Waiting For

I

Norma

Talmadge

chance
sonable

LOVES AND

LIES"

letic associatim
Robert V. V.
the freshman li
It would be a
nothing that D:
leges have ma
Michigan can
(Be prepared
tion: "Do you
spiritualism?"

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picture, then postponing, it on account of closing The Arcade, doz-

quired as to when it would be shown.

Now is

your chance to see it.

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What is a two-sided triangle?
A man whose wife is also her hus-

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'TALMADGE

band's affinity?

Impossible, you

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say? Come and see.

Get measi
today and b
for spring
"Cheaper
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ed comedy-drama that abounds with fun and laughter.
Talmadge in her first comedy role-Let's Go!!

ADULTS

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ly, "BUNGLED BUNGA LOWS.

Special

Orchestra

CHILDREN

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