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March 18, 1920 - Image 5

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THE MICI-

IIGAN DAILY.

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Fire nepartment Extinguishes Blazes
A small roof fire broke out at the
Alpha Kappa Kappa house, 102 South
TwelfthT street, at 8 o'clock yesterday
morning. The fire department put
out the blaze in record time. Another
small roof fire occurred at 10 o'clock
at 508 East Anne street.

fuimes

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Iicehigan Sqng s
Fearing that traditional Michigan'
songs, dating from the days when
they were sung at Joe's and the Ori-
ent, are apt to be forgotten unless
encouraged,. Mimes, Michigan Opera
honorary organization, laid plans
Tuesday night to perpetuate them in
tap room s'ings. Leaders are to be
provided by the entertainment com-
mittee, to direct the singing a the
usual Friday and Saturday night meet-
ings.

THE MAJESTIC
Olstacles of differences in education
and affiliations in a mountain struggle
are overcome in the romance between
Eileen O'Hara, forced by her father
to stay in seculsion in the Adiron-
dacks, and Dr. Linsing, a member of
a wealthy fishing club which tries tol
steal her father's land, in "Even as
Eve," to be repeated today at the Ma-
jestic.
The climax of the story comes
when, after one of the least scrup-
ulous of the clubmen has accidently
killed the old mountaineer, he at-
tempts to force Eileen to relinquish
her inheritatce.

Today

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LAST TIMES TODAY
"EVEN AS EVE"
with Grace Darlin
and
"CHICKEN a La CABARET"
WUERTH THEATRE

Old Songs Not Well Known
Many of the old songs are, not
known by the campus at large, it was
stated, and they 'are only sung in
fraternity houses at the present time.
Some of them are quite old, "We're
Going to the Amberg Show," dating
back to 1858. This particular song
was the composition of a student who
attended Van Amber's show contrary
to the wishes of the faculty.
It seems that Van Amberg was com-
ing to Ann Arbor with his circus,
I and the faculty of the University had
forbidden students to attend, where-
upon they immediately went on strike,
all agreeing to stick together and go
to the show. It was in celebration of
this event that the song was written.
Prohibition had a serious effect on
them, it was " agreed, since no com-
mon meeting ground existed after the
bars were closed.
Plan to Use Tap Room
It is the plan of Mimes to perpetuate
these songs through the tap room
sings and to stimulate the singing of
them by as great a number of men as
possible.
In addition to assigning work to the
entertainment committee, the same
officers were re-elected to serve for
the second semester.
20 FELLOWSHIPS
NOW AVAILA BLE

money to keep up the traditional ap-
pearances, the -heroine's father finds
exposure imminent, and confesses his
crime to Davenant who covers the
loss. In the meantime the daughter
has become engaged to a prominent
Englishman, who does not know what
to do when he hears of the loan, as he
is unable to repay it himself and feels
that he cannot marry a girl who is
under such obligations to another.
However, through the offices of the
girl's rich aunt, affairs are re-adjust-
ed to the satisfaction of all concern- r
ed.t
ST., CLAIR COUNTY STUDENTS
TO BOOST MICHIWAN AT HOME
Immediate steps were taken at a
meeting of the St. Clair County club!
Tuesday night for bringing athletes'
from that part of Michigan to the Un-
iversity. It was decided to invite high
school athletes to a party which will
be given by the club during spring
vacation in order to interest men in
Michigan.
A nominating committee and a com-
mittee to look after the comingparty
were appointed. This meeting; was
the second regular meeting of the
club.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

SKPRING

SUIT~S

t op-C o ats
Men who are fa-
miliar with the qual-
ity of Capper
..ready~ clothes will
find our Spring of-

THE ARCADE

In the screen version of Basil
King's "The Street Called Straight,"
to be presented again today at the
Arcade, Naomi Childers has the role
of a proud New England girl who
takes a bored and cynical attitude
toward life until Peter Davenant, a
young mining engineer, changes her
indifference about people to human
sympathy.

ferigs

entirely

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qual to their expect-

ations,

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Forced to embezzle a latge sum of

Samel 6odwy aiRex Beach
BAsIL
KINGCX'S
B A S I L,
J oiS t G s to'l
STREET-
CALLED

TFrubey's
Dinners. Lunches Confectionery
Ice Cream, Delicious oda.s
We Make our own Ice Cream .
Orders solicited from Fraternities and
orrities. 218S S. Main Phone 166

DAVID WHITNEY
BUILDING
Park and Woodward

Wed-Thrs--1718-H. B. Warner in
"For a Woman's Honor" with a kino-
gram weekly and comedy,
Fri-Sat-19-20-Zazu Pitts in "Seeing It
Through" also news weekly and comedy,
COMING
Locklear in "TheGreat Air Robbery."
William Russell in "Shod with Fire."
Tom Mix in "The Dare-Devil."

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
ThursFri-1$- 19--Monroe Salisbury in
"His Divorced Wife" with a news and
comedy.

IN

nan

COMING
Norma Talmadge in "She Loves and Lies."
Olive Thomas in "Footlights and
Shadows."

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n 13"~

During the academc year 1920-21,
20 travelling fellowships will be avail-
able to students from American col-
leges and universities for study in
Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
The funds to maintain these 'ellow-
ships have been pledged by Americans
who wish American ideals to become
better understood by Scandinavians.
Fellows are appointed for work in
many branches of study, humanistic
as well as technological.
The Scandinavian foundation desir-
es to find young men and women qual-
ified for a year of independent re-
search and study abroad. Applica-
tions will be accepted o.nly from per-
sons of American birth and will be
received by the foundation not later
than April 1.
Those interested in fellowships are
requested to call at the office of Dean
M. . E. Cooley of the engineering col-
lege for necessary information.
CHOOSE WORK WHERE MOST
' FUN LIES, SAYS PROF. PARKER

SHOWS
START
2:00
3:30
7:00
8:00

PRICES
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Sipien Kiss"

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PORTRAIT

nal and Distinctive.

Scores Idea of Judging Profession by
Money Return -in Talk to
Freshmen
"Gointo the line of work in which
you'll have the most fun," said Prof.
John C. Parker to the engineering
freshmen at their class meeting held
yesterday.
Professor Parker scored the idea of
judging a profession by the money re-
turn. "This is indeed a low basis of
judgment," he said, "the real crite-
ria is to see whether you'll'' be happy
in the Job."
In speaking particularly of the field
of electrical engineering and the open-
ings for men in that field, Professor
Parker pointed out that eJctrical en-
gineers deal with things that cannot
and probably never will be seen with
the eye.
City Treasurer Reports Tax Deficit
Out of $792,966 taxes assessed Wash-
tenaw county for 1919, $774,625 has
been collected., The deflicit, $18,340,
has been reported by the city treasur-
er to the county treasurer.
Cold Weather Halts Street Cleaning
Spring street cleaning has been
temporarily halted by the sudden
spell of cold weather.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
ill lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
hn' gnr .- Adv.'r

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STORY BY
Chambers 3.
117,

FROM THE
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What do you think of a ban4 of men and women who are pledged to'keep the sexes apart, a band that be-
lieves love a sin and that marriage is not for the spirtual and high minded? See what this strange sect resorts
to in enforcing doctrines in "Even As Eve." Do you believe in an anti-marriage league? Did you ever
hear of one and would you-like to join? Grace Darling belonged to one- Want To Join'-Initiation Today

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an all star cast

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SHUBERTS PRESENTS
McINTYRE and HEATH in "Hello Alexander"
GORGEOUS MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZO
DWER FLOOR 2.50 and 3.00 MAIL ORDERS
ALCONY 1.00 -1.50 and 2.00 NOW

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Another . funny Sunshine comedy in which all of the bathing
beauties take a part. Full of originality and just the cure for what
ails you.
Friday-Saturday-- LILA LEE in "ROSE OF THE RIVER"

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Dances, Friday and Saturday I

Tickets

limited.

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