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;AN DAILY

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The Screen

THlE ARCADE

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LAST TIMES TODAY

ne McDonald

in
"The Turning Pointy,

Wed-Thur. 24 and 25- William
Russell in "Shod with Fire,"
and comedy, "Taming the West."
Fri-Sat. 26 and 27 -All-star
cast in "The Third Generation,
with a two-reel comedy, "Loose
Lions and Fast Lovers." .
Sun-Mon-Tues., 28, 29, 30-
Torn Mix in "The Dare Devil"
with a "Snub" Pollard comedy
and colored review. Adults 35c,
children 10c.
lilll1 lIlltltiilllll 11I1lI Illlt!ni
! Getroit
ALICE BRADY in "For- c
ever After"
..liflt llaiIlIlIIII liiii llIIIiili
AL JOLSON in
LgYiLJLIUI "SINBAD" j

THE MAJESTIC

Presence near the scene of a my-
sterious murder in Reno results in un-
pro)ve'd charges that pursue Diana
Tenant, played by Katherine MacDon-
aId, in "The Turning Point" to be
shcmyn again today at the Majestic.
When Diana's father fails in business
shortly after the crime, Diana is' forc-
ed to accept a position as a paid hos-
tess for a socially ambitious million-
aire, but an unscrupulous idler hears
the Reno rumor and seizes upon it as
a means to persuade her to accept his
attentions.
The climax of the story comes when
all the indidcations are against her and
new evidence is unexpectedly brought
forth.

The effects of prohibition on a small
western mining town furnish the ma-
terial for W. R. Lighton's "Water, Wat-
er, Everywhere," featuring Will Rog-
ers again today at the Arcade. The
story of "Water, Water, Everywhere",
originally appeared as one of the
"Billy Fortune" series in the Satur-
day Evening Post under the title, "A
Hard Proposition."
As in "Almost a Husband," one of
Rogers' recent releases, the comedian'
falls into matrimonial entanglements
quite unintentionally. In "Water,
Water, Everywhere" he loses a cut of
the cards that decides who shall pro-
pose to the leading feminine prohibi-
tion leader to stop her activities.

2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Tues-Wed. 23 and 24'- Ora
Crue in "The Loot," with a Mutt
and Jeff cartoon, "Pawn Brok-
ers."
Thurs-Fri. 25 and 26-Evelyn
Greeley in "Me and Captain
Kidd," also a news and comedy.
Sun-Mon. 28,29-William Rus-
sell in "Some Liar," also a com-
edy and Ford Weekly.

THE WUERTH

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Read the Daily for Campus News.
S P I R ITS?

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THEATRE

TUESDAY, MARCH 30

SHUBERTS PRESENTS
McINTYRE and HEATH in "Hello Alexander"
GORGEOUS MUSICAL EXTRAVACANZO
LOWER FLOOR 2.50 and 3.00 MAIL ORDERS

"TWIXT LOVE AND
DUTY"
Sung byC
= TOM UNDERWOOD
and
PAUL EATON -
in-
1 "GEORGE DID IT"
S ItItl11lllll tllllil llltIIIlllllfll111

Harold Titus, '11, is the author of
"Shod With Fire," starring William
Russell,. which is showing at the
Wuerth theater today. The picture is
produced by the William Fox picture.
corporation.
IIIiII tiIIuII 1illi 1ilIg IgulII1[1!
HEAR
SANDY WILSON
at his best in
c "YOU'RE IN IT"'
from the Opera
"GEORGE DID IT" _

While a student here Mr. Titus suf-
fered a nervous breakdown and his
physician ordered him West. Mr. Tit-
us says, "I seized an opportunity to
visit a former roommate who had a-
ranch not far from Prescott, Ariz."
While at this ranch Mr. Titus secur-
ed his material for both the Buck
Jones picture, "The Last Straw," and
the William Russell picture, "Shod
With Fire." The author met Tom Mix
while uut west and declares he is one
of the greatest western picture stars
of the day.
DIXIE CLUB HOLDS ELECTION
OF OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR
Officers for the year were elected
at the meeting of the Dixie club
Tuesday night at the Union. The men
elected were: President, S. G. Wien-
er, '20A; vice-president, D. D. Atkin-
son, '22E; secretary and treasurer,
R. E. Adams, Jr., '23.
A committee was appointed to cor-
respond with promising southern high
school students with the view of in-
teresting them in Michigan. A lively
musical program was furnished by
Sandy Wilson and his band. More
than 50 men attended the meeting.
PIPE MANUFACTURING FIRM
AWARDS SCHOLARSHIP TO FOX
The scholarship offered by the Ric-
Wil company, manufacturers of un-
derground heating pipes; of Cleve-
land, Ohio, has been awarded to M.
R. Fox, '19E, for the purpose of con-
ducting experiments regarding the*
loss of heat due to the context of
tubes underground.
At the present time tests are being
made to verify 'the results obtained
in 1917 and as the efficiency of the,
tubes is of importance to the Ric-Wil
company the results are being watch-
ed- closely.

With the exception of Prof. Cha
S. Berry, who is on a part time l
of absence during the coming y
the same faculty members were
elected to the Board in Control
Athletics by. the University set
Monday night.
Prof. C. T. Johnston of the engin
ing college was selected to fill the
cancy caused by Professor Berry's
ability to serve. Profs. Ralph Aig
Lewis M. Gram, and W. A. Frayer
the other faculty representatives.
No report of the faculty memi
of the athletic board was read,
having been given at a previous m
ing. No stated time has been set
the next meeting of the senate,
date being fixed by the president
Plan Reorganization of Club
Plans for the reorganization of
Architectural society were adopted
a meeting held Tuesday afternoon
is proposed to reorganize the soc
into a more social club in which
architects will be members, ark
committee was appointed to es1
lish a new society of this type.
It is now plain why so many p
pie commended Dr. Dinger in such
thusiastic terms when he was be
considered as a leader for the mf
ings which he is now conducting e
evening at The Church of Christ.
scholarly presentation of his gi
message is meeting with the n
hearty reception by those who att
his meetings, every one of whom
that Dr. Dinger certainly deserved
the good things that were said ab
him. Meetings at 7:30. The pul
is invited. Good music. One h
service.-Adv.*.

ATHLETIC I
GETS NEW

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A growing interest is evident at
every service of the series which Dr.
Dinger is ,holding at The Church of
Christ. He is proving a most forceful
and convincing speaker. Every one
who attends is enthusiastic in his
praise and is! urging his .friends to
hear as many as possible of these
po erful discourses. Services at 7 :30,
each evening this week and next.
Good music. One hour, 7:30 to 8:30.
-Adv.

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f..

KWMP KEENA
and
PAUL WILSON
sing
"THE LIGHT IN YOU
EYES"
The Big Waltz from
"GEORGE DID IT

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LAST TIMES TODAY
WILL ROGERS

-in-

"WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE"
A SCREEN ADAPTATION OF THE "BILLY FORTUNE" STORIES
WHICH RAN IN THE SATURDAY EVENING POST

PRETTY SOFT!

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Well, the ladies wanted
prohibition. They got it and
were happy until-six slick
City Sals were imported to
serve 'em up-and, oh, Po-
lice !-before .they got thru
there was a mighty bad taste
in many a matrimonial brew.
See how Will Rogers put it
over on the ladies. It's funny

rhe Amecan Paiore qorqeovs ' eiichanimq
than ever, in a tlbbhiq1stork of the stniqeimade bt
a fir cial ruinc-d societi3 favorfte for loveZ) a Iiviq with

Star

Comedy, "Old Clothes for New"
and Bray Pictograph

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A OOLDVTM P1C~V7='

ADULTS-25c CHILDREN-10c
Shows at 2:00, 3:30, 7:00 and '8:30

honior.

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DELIGHT TO THE IMIND AID EYE

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Friday and Saturday
' ALICE BRADY in ."SINNERS"

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Coming

LAST

TIMES

TODAY

Olive Thomas in

"Youthful Folly"

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