of the nad Land"
ues., 4, 5, 6-Blanch
e Deadlier Sex" and
in the first of his
I comedies "Broken
7, 8-William Far-
e Adventure" and a
d Kinogram weekly.
Sat. 3- Sessue Hayakawa in
"The Dragon Painter" with a
news and comedy.
Sun-Mon, 4, 5 -Mary Miles
Minter in "Yvonne from Paris."
Also slowing a comedy and
Tues-Wed., 6, 7-June Elvidge
in Poison Pen," Mutt & Jeff car-
toon, "Putting On a Dog" and
HUBERT John Drew
ETROI 'THE CAT BIRD'
An appealing phase of "George Did
It,"* the 14th Michigan opera, which
will be staged next week for six days
beginning Monday at the Whitney, is
the close and interesting relation that
its first scene has to the University
The curtain rises disclosing a care-
ful reprodulction of the campus and
University life in 1859, details being
accurately observed in costumes,
manners, and even mannerisms of
speech that existed at that time. The
mid-century background has received
the personal attention of Carl Brum-
mel, scenic artist, who has repro-
duced in a realistic way one view of
the campus as it was in 1859 with two
wings of the present Mason hall, the
old campus pump, and the bell which
summoned students to classes.
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MAE410TOSSUMMER LAW FACULTY
SUMMER SESSION RECEIVES MEN
FROM OTHER UNIVERSI-
Four professors from other univer-
sities have been secured to assist the
regular faculty of the Law school dui
ing the coming Summer session.
Prof. Howard L. Smith of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, will teach the
courses in bills and notes, and in
equity. He is widely known both be-
cause of his extensive practice in the
city of Chicago, and because of his
work as a legal author and public
Prof. Orrin K. McMurray, University
of California, will be in charge of the
course in conflicts of law. He has
specialized in this kind of work for
many years in the University of Cali-
fornia and has won renown through
his successful practice in San Fran-
The course in torts will be handled
by Prof. Edmund C. Dickinson, Uni-
versity of Alabama. Professor Dick-
inson graduated from the Michigan
Law school in the class of 1909.
Contracts. will be taught by Prof.
George J. Thompson, of the University
Dean E. H. Kraus said yesterday iversity hall. Copies will be n
that he expected the complete an- those who desire them as soon
nouncement of courses for the Sum- printing is finished.
mer session to be ready for distribu-
tion by the end of next week. The Daily contains the later
Atiyone wishing to receive one ofclated Press News.--Ay.
SEATS NOW ON SALE,
FOR "NIGHTIE NIGHT" AT THE WHITNE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14TH
ANNOUNCEMENT OF SUMMER
SCHOOL COURSES QUT SOON
these catalogues should lea
ord of his name and addre
office of the Summer sessio
Whitney Theater, Wed. Eve., April 14
THE SEASON'S LAUGHING SENSATION!
Adolph Klauber Presents (Associated with the Selwyns)
Nighti eN ight
By Martha M. Stanley and Adelaide Matthews
A Play that You can take Your Wife, Mother and Sweetheart to See
Without Blushing, BUT Not Without Laughter.
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York. Including FRANCIS BYRNE.
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By concealing the saving of years in
his shoe when he sets out for the city,
Charles Ray, as the country boy hero
of "Crooked Straight' 'to be repeated
today at the Majestic, invites robbery.
When he reaches his destination a
pair of crooks soon discover his sec-
ret and, presenting themselves to him
as members of a "reception commit-
tee," beguile him to a den where they
assault and rob him.
It is only shortly after he has been
left penniless that Ray is forced, un-
der threat of going to jail for a hold-
up which he attempts to avert starva-
tion, to become a safecracker. In
spite of the manner in which his part-
ner compelled him tso enter the pro-
fession, he lives up to the criminal
code until he is no longer bound by
LAST TIMES TODAY
"The Bue Pearl"
FEATURING EDITH HALLOR, FLORENCE BILLINGS AND
FAIR BINNEY (SISTER OF CONSTANCE)
WHO STOLE THE BLUE PEARL?
There were twelve men and women in the room when, during a
moment of darkness, the blue pearl disappeared from the neck of a
GALE HENRY COMEDY-"HAM AN' -"
Suspicion points to everyone pres-
ent when the blue pearl mysteriously
disappears in "The Blue Pearl," which
will feature Edith Hallor again to-
day at the Arcade. The police take
all precautions, searching every one,
but are baffled. A large part of the
interest in this picture is created by
methods the police use in running
down the thief. Slowly they eliminate
first one suspect and then another
until finally suspicion is divided be-
tween only two.
Pot of Hot Tea and Bowl of Rice
- with -
Plain Chop Suey
Open 11 A. M. to 1 A. M.
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Northwestern-For four weeks the.
Northwestern girls have denied them-
selves candy and other sweets in or-
der that the poor and, starving chil-
dren of Europe might have some of
the bare necessities of life. During
this time over $180 was saved and this
sum will probably reach the $200 mark,
before Lent is over.
Coloriado-Students at the Universi-.
ty of Colorado under the guidance of
"Silver and Gold," official college pa-
per, are conducting a campaign to
raise $5,000. The money will go to-
ward stocking a students' co-opera-
tive store. It is claimed that stores
handling the wants of students' in
Boulder charge more than Denver
Kansas - A movement has been
started at the University of Kansas to
form a club of bicyclists. Because
dancing is the only exercise that the
women get aside from regular gym-
nasium classes it is considered a
HOLD NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
EXTENSION CONVENTION HERE
The 5th annual meeting of the Na-
tional University Extension associa-
tion will be held in Ann Arbor, April
8 to 10.
The membership of the association
includes 28 of the largest universities
in this country, and it is constantly
becoming a more important factor.
Prof. W. D. Henderson, director of
the University extension division, is
president of the association and he
will preside at all of the meetings of
The meetings will be held in Mem-
orial hall. There will be addresses
by prominent men, discussions of the
current problems in university work,
work of committees, and routine busi-
ness of the organization.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
Now on display
today and be ready
for spring wear.
Let us pack a box of chocolates for her from
our select line of milk-coated creams, nuts and
There should be a box in your booth.
An "M" Box makes the most fitting souvenir.
YOUR HOP GIRL
The season's successful farce "Nightie Night" after a long run in New Yor
playing a few weeks in advance of the Chicago engagement which begins April
at the LaSalle Theatre. The local management are to be congratulated on securing
attraction for a one-night engagement on April 14th, at the Whitney Theater.
Mail orders will be received now for this engagement. and it would be well for tt
desiring choice locations to make request without delay enclosing money order or el
payable to the Manager of the Theater, and including war tax.
SENSATION plus ATTENTION- THAT'S MEMOR
plus a resulting MENTAL-PICTURE
The first step in memory improvement is to train the mind to
mental-pictures; and to see and retain them at will. Exercises
mental-picturing arouse keener sensation and attention; wilful cc
centration becomes easier; the power of mental association is dev
"Memory and Concentration" (a new booklet), tells how and w:
Proves itself in first lesson. Student's edition, 60c, at bookstores,
by mail, with type-written instruction letter, $1.00. Recreative; a
other study. Address THE EDUCATIONAL COURSES,
Box 98, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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