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TURE SECTIO
iday as a suppleme
ction of The Mic
be in the hands o
previous to the da
or contributions
tion of good faith.

r....Joseph A. Bern
Assistants
:n Thomas H. Adam
way Byron ]Iarnton
...........Stewart T.I
............Edwin R.7
DLIT2
DER

weeks ago-almost.
Dulcy-Why, they know each other
N as well as if they'd been children to-
gether.
n to John-They ought to.
higan Dulcy-Just what do you mean?
Why, why, John Hodges!
af the John-Rats! They make me sick
with their conscience-born engage-
must ments. They haven't even the cour-1
age of their convictions-or actions.
Let me catch you-
stein Dulcy-Oh! Oh! Wait till they're
married. Then you'll- .
John-Married! An engagement
as used to imply marriage. Nineteen and
eighteen-why-
Beach Dulcy-I'm going to tell Betty.
Miess You're the worst prig. Wait till Sam-
John-Yes, and tell them both that
hiding behind the skirts of the mere
word engagement, for the sake of ap-
pearances, is pretty far down the
scale, though the Lord knows it. is
common enough nowadays. The chauf-
feur-
Dulcy-To think, she adores you!
Wait till I tell her--
John-I'll bet you won't tell her1
mother.
nd a And at that Dulcy flounced out of
has the room.
tish.

THE VERNAL EQUINOX
Does the subtle chemistry of this
confounded weather also work in the
very marrow of your bones? Do you
finish your morning classes and smell
the invitation to adventure that is in
the air as you walk to lunch? The
pulling power of the spring workers
fixing lawns and flower beds seems
enormous. And the new greenness,
the tree buds,-the crocuses. You go
'along tingling, looking at the boys or
girls, as the case may be, wishing that
you had a car, and finally deciding
that the afternoon shall be dedicated
to riotous and unplanned enjoyment,
no matter what the cost.
There is the most obvious promise
of romantic adventure in the air, in
the voices of those most accomplished
liars, the spring birds.
So off you go, after lunch, walking
miles in the pursuit of that vague
longing which. tugs so persistently.
Nothing happens, but your faith that
it will the next minute never wavers.
You look and smell and feel, and if
you have a companion you talk idiot-
ically; if you are alone your thoughts
are 'in an even more chaotic state.
You enjoy yourself almost ecstatically
and yet are indefinably tantalized.
It is the weather. Spring has im-

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"BARBE

plicitly promised you something and FRANCE TO MARK LINE WHERE ing the inscril
then has reniged. She is an inveterate, GERMAN ADVANCE WAS HALTED rested the rush
an awful liar. Paris.-To mark the line where the The number
German advance in the spring of 1918 places where -
Increase your business by advertis- was stopped it is proposed to erect will shortly be
ing in The Michigan Daily.-Adv. pyramids along the entire front bear- Petain.

"La Ferza

SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDA'

AGNES A

Playing the leading feminine
that of Folly Vallance, the
London show-girl, is. Agnes
who made such a sensation in
bidden Fruit."
ALSO
JEROME PATRICK
THEODORE ROBERT

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.ByE. B. W. _ _
AGE OF INNOCENCE
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TODAY AND TOMORROW

A Goldwyn Picture

with the capacity for a
sort of enjoyment for nu-
recommend "The Age of
by Edith Wharton. It is
"eatest book of the year,"
killfully constructed, well
. consistent, if these qual-
ave any appeal. This is
:an be said of most of the
We feel sure that those
consider staying home to
Friday or Saturday night
enjoy this book.

66TS A GREAT LIFE"
If you don't weaken. A screamingly funny picture of
school boy life from the famous story by

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MARY ROBERTS RINEHART

EDITORIAL
ke her naiae.
lder brother-like

f
CAN you imagine sitting on
a golden throne all day,
and ,having your enemies boiled
or fricasseed, according to your
mood?

her

ND dusky slaves bringing
you bushels of pearls and
golden-brown maids doing the
hula-just for you-the King?

did you know that
way shetreats,
e wa on a honey-I

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[orrid! She's not been en-
-eorge for two weeks. She
d to Sam last night.
he number seven this sum-
e's just the fourth. You
an, John, and Betty just
ire she does; I wear pants.
did Betty get engaged to

YOU'RE GOING TO LAUGH
Mary Roberts Rinehart has never written a
funnier story than this delightful chapter in the
adventurous lives of a couple of schoolboys.

When a Millionaire Marries an Act
There is usually one of two results-a divorce withi) a year, or a lif
quarrels, suspicion and disillusion; for the love of money and the 1o
miration are poor foundations on which to build even a "modern"

Remember those wonderful
CLYDE COOK
Comedies. Another one today.
Better than ever!

"News while its

FOX IS
showing the latest i
national dev

versa?
ly, she loves him.
a' them.
he's nineteen and

You
she's

GOLDWYN COMEDY

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(SAVE THIS FOR READY REFERENCE)
PROGRAM NEXT WEEK

PROGRAM THIS WEEK

LAST WEEK IN MAY
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY

SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY
Ayres in a W. D. Taylor Special, "The Furnace." Clyde Cook
y. Latest Fox News.r

SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY

Mary Pickford in "Thru the Back Door. Jimmy Aubrey Comedy. The
Latest Fox News.,

George Arliss in a Special, "The Devil." A Hank Mann C
Latest Fox News.

0

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY'

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY

ie O'Brien in "Broadway and Home." Hallroom Boys Comedy.
aational News. 1

Tom Mix in "The Texan." Sunshine Comedy, "The Big Secret." The
Latest International News.

Mary Miles Minter in "All Soul's Eve." A Hallroom Boys
International News.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
. D. Taylor Special, "The Soul of Youth." Vanity Fair Maids
Pathe Review.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

FRIDAY;AND SATURDAY

Wanda Hawley in "The Outside Woman." Snub Pollard Comedy. Lat-
est Colored Pathe Review.

William Faversham in "The Sin That Was His." Va
Comedy. Pathe Review.

THE WUERTH ORCHESTRA

THE WUERTR ORCHESTRA

THE WUERTH ORCHESTRA

ture, "Barber of Seville," by G. Rossini. Selection, "La Forza
estino," G. Verdi's Opera.

Overture, "Pique Dame," by Suppe. Selection, "La Giocondo," by
Ponchielli. Director, N. Falcone.

Overture, "Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna,"
tion, "Mefistofele," from Boito's Opera.

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