THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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student vote bu
of the number
t ballots. This
y the referendum
. the Honor Sys
monstrated in e
erred to the un
r the most vital q
presented for ac
and yet with bo
r the hill, open
were barely en
y the measure.
i1 elections the s
ved time and ag
balloting on the1
some weks ago
means alone in
e same difficulty
ersities, and app
rd on "turn out
suffer thus. In
a elections, whe
state, '6r: local,
cast is usually
tarn square. The only excuse for the
non-voter under these.conditions is
Student interest i# on.the increase,
as the results of some votes this have
shown. But even at that it is little as
) compared with what it might be. The
f more-important the subject, of course,.
rt af the greater the interest; .and'this year
there have been more 'questions of
fact real significance before the students
11 on than ever before. 'The results-'have
tem, been correspondingly more satisfact-'
very ory. The Honor System, for instance,
der- was probably the most important
Hon- measure ever submitted to the student
ues- body for action; and, it received the
tion largest vote ever cast. There are at
oths least two questions to be balloted on
for before the end of the term'-the new
ough amendment to the constitution of the
In Council tomorrow, and the daylight
ame saving question Monday-both of them
ain; affect the entire University, or to be.
pro- more exact that part of it Which will
but return in the fall. Is there enough in-
iced terest in them to. induce the average
student to drop a ballot in the box?
ex- If so, the boxes will be filled to over-
AT THE THEATERS
Majestic-"The Great Day," with,
an All-star cast. Universal
comedy and Pathe news.
Arcade-"The Faith Healer," a
George Melford production.
Toonerville Follies, Kinograms,
and Bray picto.
ARE PROMISED BY
ANN ARBOR R.R. CO.!
Greatly increased facilities for pro-
tection of the grade crossings of the
Ann Arbor Railroad company in Ann
Arbor have been promised according
to the report of Alderman Herbert M.
Slauson, chairman of the railways
committee, which he recently submit-
ted to the city council.
L. G. Allen, chief engineer, has pro-
mised on behalf of the Ann Arbor
Railway company, to install bells at
Cedar, Wright, South First, West Wil-
liam and West Jefferson streets cross-
ings within the city limits.
Wig-wag systems, to work both
night and day, will be installed at
West Liberty, South Ashley, South
Main and West Madisons streets. Dur-
ing the days watchmen will be kept
at the Pontiac, Summit and Hoover
crossings, which, with three separa-
tions af grades will give adequate pro-
tection at 16 crossings.
The wig-wag signals will consist of
long arms which will wave when there
is a train within a certain number of
yards of the crossing. At night these
arms will be equipped with red lights
which will light when the train is
- Constance Binney in,
Magic Cup." Harold
comedy, "Now or Never."
The Cheever A. C. wants prac-
tice games with any fraternity,
class, or independent teams for
Saturday afternoons or after 5
o'clock on week days. The club
will play either indoor or regu-
lation ball. Coach Mitchell has
agreed to furnish officials and
catchers equipment for these
games. Team managers wishing
to arrange for games call Liver-
more between 8 and 12 o'clock at
H. W. JONES, B.S.E.
1003 E. HURON ST.
If so consult
Orpheum-Pola Negri in "Pas-
11 proportion of the 'number of
ed voters. It is apparently a na-
habit to let the other man do
orrying about the running of
affairs-and then, to '.kick" at
'e is every reason that univer-j
tudents should.take .'an active
i the decision of such Mlatters as
t. before them. They are sup-
y.,of-the type to be interested in
s going on . around them; and
ition they are relieved of all the
enience attending : a political
*n.3 In most cases ballots areI
into their hands, and'all they
quired to do is to sign their
and make. a' chec3k-within aeer-'
CEP A T GHT,&R P
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or CLUB. Fine, large house with
splendid grounds on, Washtenaw Ave.
near campus,- for sale. Easy pay-
ments. Modern, up-to-date and in
fine, condition.. IHERBST' LAW &
REALTY, A. A. Savings Bank Bldg.-
The Bonstelle Co.
Whitney-Harry Morton and Es-
ther Howard in the classy mus-
ical comedy, "The Sweetheart
Garrick (Detroit)-The Bons-
telle company in the snappy
musical comedy, "Clarence."
Shubert "(Detroit)-D. W. Grif-
fith's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with all of
the .Griffith stars.
Michigan banners. pillows, jewelry,
memory books, etc. Wahr's Book-
LAST TIMES T
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The Amusement Centre
of rtn Arbor
If her, husband
had only listened
to her twenty
years ago; but
now it was up to
her son to defend
yes, but what was
t h e motive be-
hind the action. A
stirring s o c i e t y
d r a m a
TODAY AND TOMORROW
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TITN Friday and Saturday
Theatre June 3 and 4
in duty bound
get a hold of
ned closely to
ns. Any of your money
s spent here for plumbing
>ring you the proper re-
AK & MARTIN
The Daintiest, Darlingest Musical Ccmedy of 'Em All
Edgar J. MacGregor Presents the Original Knickerbocker
Theaire, N. V., Cast and Chorus Intact
A story of life on the
primrose path and of
b r o k e.n hearts made
320 NORTH MAIN STEET
ALSO COMEDY AND
A ND TOONERVIL
THIS BIG TWO
with HARRY K. MORTON,
"Sitting on the World"
is an up-to-date story
of a young man who
loses all he possesses
when he goes to war.
It is' 'a typical story of Amer-
ican \rural life - and deals
with the humorous love ex-..
ploits of an American boy
who after"making the world
safe for democracy by fight-
ing in the iiud of Flanders
returis home to find that a
slacker has taken his girl
Esther Howard, Zella Russell, Helen Ford, Roy Gordon,
Mary Harper, Daniel Healy, Clay Hill, Marion Saki, Teddy
and CHORUS OF
THE NEW COMEDIAN
- IN -
Positiv ely Same Company as Played at the Illinois Theatre
in Chicago All Last Summer.
Returning to Chicago for Summer Run to Start June 19.
In the Big 'Caravan Coming to Ann Arbor are:
4 Carloads of Equipment carrying the' most lavish silken
scenic display of the century.
34 Stage Mechanics.
Musicians who have played the score for more than a year.
Broadway Orchids who are making their first road tour.
Star Cast of Principals.
The Great American Story
After three years, he's bai
the screen! With all the i
could gather In Europe
And all of It packed in a
big feature comedy that's :
to rank as daddy of then2
Al St. John
Summer Prices Back' to Normalcy
LOWER FLOOR, $2.00-BALCONY, $150 AND $1.00
Mail Orders Now.
Seats Wednesday at Box Office