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The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
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STEVENS & PERSHING
After Easter Sale, greatest of-
fering of the present season in
trimmed hats. Come in and let
us show you.
STEVENS & PERSHING
618 PACKARD STREET

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ORIENTAL DANCERS FROM "GEORGE DID IT"--KARL .VELDE, '20,
CEILAN RORICK, '21, AND JACK HOLDEN, '22. (IRWIN SANBORN,
'20E, WAS NOT PRESENT WHEN THIS PICTURE WAS TAKEN.

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Today and Tomorrow
Marguerite
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AND
MING BATHTUB"
SUNSHINE COMEDY

003 HOURSMAKSOPH?
STAND TAKEN THAT "MILITARY
FRESHMEN" DESERVE SECOND
YEAR RANK
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
There has been a great deal of dis-
cussion pro and con regarding the
matter of "military freshmen." The
question boils down to -this in hard
facts, "Do 30 credits make a sopho-
more, or do they not?" Seemingly
there are those on the campus who
would have us believe that 30 credits
do not fill' the requirement necessary
to make a man a sophomore.
Respect Stili Due Men
Have we so soon forgotten the re-
spect we were going to pay ouT "over-
seas" men? It was all very well to
meet them with bands, parades, and
flowers when they came back' not so
long since. Yet now an element on
the campus, whose military service
was largely confined to one semester's
"discipline" in protected and heated
fraternity houses under the S. A. T.
C. regime,. seeks to discipline grown
men who were disciplined in actual
service-in- many cases hand to hand
battle.
There is a so-called "military fresh-
man" on this campus who had lost a
leg and gone through agonies of suf-'
fering for his country before many
of his would-be discipliners were out
of their local-and safe-high schools.
There are any number of others who
are scarred or maimed for life. The
mere idea of these youngsters suggest-
ing that these men-who would be up:prlsmnhdtenthee h
percias en had theyhnot hedte
greater call of their country-should
wear, freshman pots, is not only ab-
surd but revolting. Donald McFar-
land, '23E, president of the freshman
engineers, he^ summed the matter up
most convincingly. He says, "If these
(See Number 1, Page Eight)
Get your .MacDiarmid Chocolates for
J-Hop at Cushings.,-Adv.
Branch Nickels Arcade

TIhe stage

THE WHITNEY
Madame Bourgny Hammer, the Nor-
wegian actress who has been inter-
preting Ibsen plays in America, will
appear in "The Master Builder," and
"Hedda Gabler," April 28 and 29 at
the Whitney.
Before coming to the United States
Madame Hammer was associated with
the Bergen and Christiania theaters
of Norway. Early in the fall she will
make her debut in New York.
At present Madame Hammer has
just completed a tour of the Pacific
coast, and will appear in Ibsen plays
throughout this spring under the au-,
spices of large schools and colleges.
The iScreen

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The entire New York cast will produce "Nightle Night" in this,
city. This play has just closed an all-season engagement at the Prin-
cess Theatre, and opens an indefinite engagement at the LaSalle
Theatre, Chicago, immediately following the local engagement.
Expert opinion declare thlat this is the biggest farce success of tlie
present season. Alexander Woolcot, the eminent writer"for the New
York Times, says: "Continuous and unforced laughter-and one ,o
Mhe season's sure-fire successes."

Whitney

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A GUARANTEED ATTRAC'tION
MAIL ORDERS REC. 75c $ , 1.50,$2.00 SEATS ON SALE MONDAY
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SHOWS DAILY
2:00, 8:30, 7:00,8:30.
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A world of pretence is upset when
Marguerite Clark as Annabel Lee in
"Luck in Pawn," which will be repeat-
ed today at the Majestic, invites the
sympathetic pawn broker who has as-
sisted her, to attend a fashionable ball
in New York. Shortly before this, the
money lender had been duped into
buying a false diamond tiara from a
prosperous looking stranger.
Both Annabel and he had assumed
new personalities, Annabel having
yielded to the persuasions of a young
millionaire and allowed herself to be
introduced to, the hostess as a sister
of one of the millionaire's friends,"
and the pawn broker having repre-
sented himself as Annabel's uncle.
Besides these two there was present
a pretender of a more dangerous sort,
posing as a millionaire but who is
actually penniless. The identification
of this guest as the diamond sharper
is the incident that causes the collapse
of the card house of make-believe.

MARTHAM.STANLEY .
'5ADELAIDE MaTTHEWS
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READ WHAT YOUR NEIGHBORS SAY!
DETROIT DETROIT
The audience was rocked with merriment for the farce is unques-
tionably amusing and exceptionally well presented by a capable com-
pany-NEWS; A rattling good play-highly polished by the excellent
performance of the company-IJURNAL; If you enjoy hearty laugh-
ter, you will find "Nightie Night" to your liking-FREE' PRESS.
WHAT MORE CAN YOU ASK

LAST TIMES TODAY

ILLIAN GISH
d ROSZIKA DOLLY
OF THE FAMOUS DOLLY SISTERS)
IN#
IGER GIRL"
DY-"0OFFICER CALL A COP," AND WEEKLY

THE ARCADE

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Every expedient to win back her
husband's affection is employed by
Mary Randolph, the patient wife in
"Tiger Girl," featuring Lillian Gish
again today at the Arcade. The very
force that at first had attracted Van
Norman to Mary serves in the-end tk
make them drift apart. Van Norman
is of an excitement-loving nature
while his wife is demure and artless.
In his quest for excitement Van Nor-
man meets a famous Winter Garden
dancer with whom he becomes inti-
mate. When Mary discovers this, she
sets out carefully to win back his
interest.
The Michigan Daily, the only meew
.ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains al
the latest campus, aty, and ver,1
news.-Adv.

The saving in rug wear alone will pay for
the TORINGTON, It removes the
gritty, introdden dirt thatsuts the fabric.
It brightens up the delicate colorings of
your expensive rugs andcarpets and adds
years to their life. free demonstration.

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WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP

FBING' BUT THE TRUTH"
In Which
of Living is Matched by the High Cost of Fibbing.

THE SHOP OF QUALITY
- 200 E. Washington St.

Phone 273

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