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"TEA.FOR THREE"
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Fantastical lanterns are to b4 fea-
tured decorations at the first annual
May party of the Architectural college
to be given May 7 at the Union. Ar-
rangements have been completed for
the big spring dance, and await only
the time.
Although primarily for architects,
the affair has been opened to all stu-
dents on the campus. Tickets will
be sold on the same plan as used by'
the J-Hop committee.
The ticket sale is scheduled to open
April 28 at the Union. The price has
been set at $4 for the dance including
a dinner to be served at midnight.
Men are asked to, wear summer form-
al.
"PLENTY OF ROOM.
AT TOP"---RIGGS!

I

Wed., Thurs., 21, 22--George
Walsh in "The Manhatten
Knight," ands comedy "Wrong
Again," starring the Hall Room
Boys.

H"The Bi
BET ROI Paradi
ORPHEUM TREAT
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 5:30, 10:
Thurs., 22-May Alliso
"Almost Married," also a
an dcomedy.
Fri. 23-Bert Lytell in "B
ie's Redemption" with a
and comedy.
Sun., Mon., 25, 26-Naz
in "Stronger than Death" -
Ford Weekly and comedy.

Fri., Sat.,
Kerrigan in
edy.

23, 24-J. Warren
"$30,000" and com-

I

TODAY

j

"There's plenty of room at the top,"
said Prof. H. E. Riggs, in character-
izing, not only the field of civil, but
of engineering in general, at the
freshman assembly Wednesday morn-
ing in Hill auditorium.
Dividing the department into four
major parts-structural, sanitary, hy-
draulic, and transportation engineer-
ing, Professor Riggs dealt briefly up-
on the scope and rewards in each line
of work. He particularly emphasized
the desire of civil engineers to turn
out men who would be of social value,
men who+ could and would take an
active part ini the life of their com-;
munity, men of the larger order, who
besides being engineers, are men.
"When you come to the point where
a choice of the branch of engineering;
is necessary, select that which you
like. There is plenty of room for men
of ability, character, and love of pro-
fession. Although engineering pays
well,. the reward that comes with the
satisfaction of a job well done is one
of the finest things that an engineer
obtains," concluded Professor Riggs.-
No business meeting was held.
The SYcreen

FLOWERS FLOWERING PLA
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Members Florists Telegraph Deliver
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FANCHON AND MARCO AS THEY WILE' APPEAR IN THEIR OWN RE-
VUE, "LET'S GO," NEXT SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, AT THE
WHITNEY THEATER.

The Stage
THE WHITNEY

THE ARCADE

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McCulcheon's

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George Barr McCutcheon's "A Fool'
and His Money," which will be re-
peated today at the Arcade has been'
made into an excellent movie, with
Eugene O'Brien in the leading role,
assisted by an able cast.
"A Fool and His Money" has a fin-'
ish and completeness that shows the!
results of careful and masterly direct-
ing. The -plot from McCutcheon's nov-
el has beei adapted and developed in
such a way that the ultimate outcome,
of the, fortunes of the characters is
continually in doubt and is not settled
until the surprise conclhsion is reach-
ed.
The novel situations in the story
arise when the American author-hero
takes possession of a castle which he
has purchased on the banks of the
Danube. Ater finding that the castle'
J harbors a mystery and ferreting it
out, he makes the discovery that in
buying the castle he has assumed re-
sponsibilities he little expected, and
by discharging them to the best of his
ability, he receives the'reward he had
desired but had given up hope of
winning.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
News.-Adv.
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Heraled by its press agents as "the
gayest and frothiest entertainment
that has been given the stage in sev-
eral seasons," the Fanchon and Mar-
co revue, "Let's Go," will appear Sun-
day night at the Whitney with Fanch-
on and Marco heading the cast, and
Nelson and Chain, Arthur West, "Bill"
Dooley, and Lucille Smith as their
chief satelites.
"Let's Go" is-.declared to be a fest-
ival of merriment, music and beauty
with "snappy comedy, bizarre and ar-
tistic costumery, elaborate scenic ef-
fects, and 'girls of surpassing beauty."
Although Madame Bourgny Ham-
mer, who is coming next Wednesday
and Thursday to the Whitney where
she will appear in Ibsen's "Hedda
Gabler," and "The Master Builder,"
city And County
Paving of East University avenue
from South University avenue to Hill
street is now under way. ,
Forty students worked on Ann Ar-
bor roads during spring vacation.
The Republican county convention
met to elect delegates to the state con-
vention yesterday.
Read the Daily for Campus News.

was only 17 years old when she be-
gan her stage career, she was given
the leading part in "The House of
Svend Dyring," an old Norwegian
play, and excited favorable comment
by her acting.
Lunches
Sodas
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_SUGAR BOWL .
109 S.MAIN'ST.
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Branch Nickels Arcade

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ARTHUR WEST
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Prices' Lower Floor $2.50 Balcony $1.a

ON

Ladies' Party Gowns a Specialty

1.50-2.00
Seats by Mail Now

Gallery 75c
Window Sale F

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Whitney Theatre

TW.O

NIGHT

WEDNESDAY APR. 28-----THURSDAY APR. 29

Dramatic Event Extraordinary.-
LAURANCE CLARK
Announces

IN

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AT EVERY
11AN LEARNS

M-ADAME

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HAElAR

'Y COMEDY

HEDDA,
THE MAS

The Distinguished Norwegian Actress
GABLER -- Wednesday Night, April 28
TER BUILDER -- Thursday Night, April
HNPRI SETnV-\T'O CeTT D TTf- nT A "VO

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'RAVIELOGUE
ORCHESTRA
-Saturday
ON DAVIES

ADULTS ........25c
BIDDIES...... ..Oc
Shows at
2:00 - 8:80 -- 7.00 -- 8:30

m,±~lv ij1 ti S STR i I°XJXINGJ rLA Y.
SUPPORT: Rolt Hammer, Mortime Martini, Knowles Entrikin,
Winfred Taylor and others of note.
Mail now. Lower Floor 2.00, Balcony 1.00 -1.50

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