Tues-Wed., 6, 7--June Elvidge
In Poison Pen," Mutt & Jeff car-
toon, "Putting On a Doeg" and,
Bessie Bar'i scale In ,The
Luck of Geraldine Laird."
ar & Bayne in
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:'TOO MANY HUSBANDS'
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Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The Michiga Chillis of hest mionth,
published an article by Francis M.
Smith, which purported to deal with
the status &o' the honor system oil the
campus. The purpose of this commun-
ication is to correct a misstatement
of facts made by Mr. Smith regarding
the Medical school. The following is
an excerpt from the article:
"On the Michigan campus there are
five professional schools, of these only
one, the engineering school, has adopt-
ed the honor system. It has been made
a success by the co-operation of the
faculty and students. The other four
professional colleges, the Law school,
the Medical school, the Dental school,,
and the Pharmical school, do not have
the system. In the first two colleges,
the Law and Medical, most of the
students have reached the age of 21.
They are men and women. We wonder
if the students of these two colleges
really approve of -the detective,, the:
'I'm watching you' system now exist-
ing. If men and women cannot be
trusted in this college work, we fear
for the commonwealths from w ich
they come and to which they will re-,
turn, after graduation."
For the enlightment of our literary:
friend,' it may interest him to know
that the honor system was.first tried
out and employed in the Medical
school some 10 years ago, and that
this system has been very successful
and satisfactory to both faculty and
students. Three years ago when the
Engineering school was considering'
the honor system, several members
of the honor' committee thorouighly'
studied the systems used at that time'
in the Medical school and built up the
the system now used in the Engineer-
ing schpol front some of the informa-
tion' gained from our honor system*.
F. J. S., MEDIC '20.
with whom Van Norman had previous-
ly been acquainted that he quickly fell
in love with her.
Although his wife was at first un-
conscious of the fact, it was not long
before domesticity lost its charm for
Van Norman and be began to seek ex-
cit(mont outside. When Mary dis-
covered this she adroitly turned all
her resources toward winning him
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Although it is the aim of every
Union opera' to be "the best in Union
dramatit history,". the opening per-
formances of'Russell Barnes' "George
Did It," which will be repated for three
more days this week at the Whitney,
Justify mor'e than the usual credence
that this phrase receives.
A combination of plot, music, lyrics,
and acting, each, of which is excep-
tional,. is not easy to secure yet
these are all found having an un-
usual degvee of merit is confirmed by
' those who witnessed the Monday and
Tuesday evening performances of this
year's Union fantasy. In music, which
is the usual criterion of the success
of an opera, "George Did It" has at
least two songs, "The Light in Your
Eyes," and "Ann Arbor Days," which
are scheduled to be sung years hence.
' Perhaps less immortal but very nec-
essary for immediate effect of an
opera is the dancing and acting.'Here
"George Did It" is also fortunate as it
has ,a variety of novelty dances rang-
ing from the "Follies" to rhythmic
Egyptian dances and dreamy waltzes.
But it is the cast that brings out the
true possibilities of any dramatic en-
terprise and beyond giving the .names
of the cast, whose principals have
practically all scored hits in previous
Union. travesties, further comment is
To mention only a few of the prin-
cipals who have assured the success
6f "GeorgeDid It," there are includ-
ed in the talented and experienced.
cast "Sapdy" Wilson, Kemp Kenna,
Tom Hart, Tom Underwood, George
Duffield, Paul Wilson, and Knight Mir-
The re-animation of a husband aft-
er he has been officially declared dead
and his 'wife has married again is
the basis of the farcial elements in "Too
Many Husbands," written by W. Som-
erset Maughan which is being pre-
sented this week by A. H. Woods at
the Garrick-Detroit. The situations
are complicated by the husband who
turns up inopportunely and 'fails for
some time to discover, the 'true state
Included in the cast are Kenneth
Douglas, Etelie Winwood, Lawrence
Grossmith, Fritz Williams, Marguerite
St. John, Florence Edney, and J. H.
Francis X. Bushman, the screen star
who was crowned king of the movies
at . the San Francisco World's fair,
and Beverly Bayne, who was called
queen of the screen at the San Diego
'exposition, are appearing this week
on the legitimate stage under the di-
rection of Oliver Iorosco at the Shu-
bert-Detroit in "The Master Thief.'
This"is a mystery play written by Ed-
ward E. Rose. "Romeo and Juliet,"
"Graustark,' "Under Royal Patron-
age," and "Pennington's Choice" are
some of Miss Bayne's screen hits.
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Few tears are shed over the loss
of an artistic career by Marguerite
Clark as Annabel' Lee in "Luck in
Pawn," which will 'be shown today and
tomorrow at the Majestic. Coming:
to the city only to be told by a suc-
cessful artist that her artistic talents
are valueless, Annabel, who hast
pawned her last bit of jewelry to fin-
ance her journey, quickly forgets her
disappointed hopes when she becomeL
one of the parties of a romance that
is carried on 'with a flavor of novelty
and adventure, for shortly after her
artistic future has been disclosed to
her she meets a young millionaire
who is attracted by her simplicity and
unaffectedness. Her entrance into the
innocent deception of posing as his
friend's sister, and, in this guise; ac-
cepting an invitation to visit the mil-
lionaire's mother gives rise to the
dramatic incidents which make up the
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Retaining her husbagd's love by
meeting his fascinator on her own
plane is the expedient Mary Randolph,
played by Lillian Gish in "Tiger Girl,"
which will be presented today and to-
morrow at the Arcade,. is' forced to
adopt.' Mary was discovered by her
husband, John Van Norman, who was
a -pledsure-loving and excitement-
seekinghnature, on a Southern planta-
tion where she had been c'arefully
guarded by her two maiden aunts. Her
charming naivete so contrasted with
the affected mannerisfns of the women
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