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AT THE ARCADE

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Today and Tomorrow
NORMA TALMADGE
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'he Way of a Woman

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Norma Talmadge will be presented
at the Arcade today and tomorrow in
her latest Select picture, "The Way
of a Woman." This was adapted
from the famous play, "Nancy Lee,"
by Eugene Walter. Nancy, the eldest
daughter of the fine old Lee, family
of Virginia, finds at the age of 21 that
her whole life and happiness are be-
ing sacrificed to the empty family
traditions. She was made to give up
Anthony Weir, the man she loves, be-
cause her father thinks he is not
"good enough." She turng against the
family pride which has brought them
so little and decides to marry George
Trevor, an impossible New York
bounder, for the material advan-
tages he can bring to her family. In
the end, however, Anthony realizes
that his love is greater than his
doubt, and the romance comes to a
11 happy ending.

Adapted from Eugene Walters' Famous Stage
Success "Nancy Lee'

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European News Chief Dies in Scotland
London, Aug. 20. - Mark Francis
Napier, president of Reuter's Tele-
gram company, died at Inverness to-
day of a heart malady.
MAJE STIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunda
Aug. 20-21-Charles Ray in "The Sher-
iff's Son." Bray Pictograph. Selected
Comedy.
Aug 22 23-Lina Cavalzeri in 'The Two
Brides."'The Movie Star'" Sennett
Comedy.
ARCADE
Shows at 3 :00; 7:00; 830
Phones .
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's ilea., 2318-M

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SENDS APPEAL TO UNIVERSITY
STUDENT FOR ASSISTANCE IN
WAR RELIEF WORK
Editor, The Wolverine: -
I have just had a letter from Mrs.
Edith Wharton (the novelist) who
tells me that "Whatever help any
Americans can send me for my work
will be more than welcome. The war
is over, but not the war misery, and
the cost of living here is so appalling
that there is great distress on all
sides and the smallest sums help."
I give this quotation from Mrs.
Wharton's letter with a hope that
some help can be sent to her. I saw
her splendid work at Grosley, where
Belgian orphans who have contract-
ed tuberculosis are brought back to
health, then in Paris, where the poor
are helped in various ways.
Any contributions may be sent di-
rect to Mrs. Wharton, 53 Rue de
Varenne, Paris, France, or to the un-
dersigned, who will forward them.
FRED M. ADAMS, '17.
1443 Washtenaw Ave.
PERSHING DISAPPROVES PLAN
FOR REMOVAL OF U. S. DEAD
Washington, x Aug. 20. - General
Pershing, in a cablegram to the war
department, has expressed the opin-
ion that the bodies of American sol-
diers who died abroad should be left
near where they fell.
"I believe that, could these sol-
diers speak for themselves, they would
wish to be left undisturbed where,
with their comrades, they fought the
last fight." General Pershing ca-
bled: "Those who rest in England
gave their lives in the same cause,
and their remains represent the same
salvation as those who lie on the bat-
tlefields. The graves of our soldiers
constitute, if they are allowed to re-
main, a perpetual reminder to our Al-
lies of the liberty and ideals upon
which the greatness of America
rests.
"Recommend that none of our dead
be removed from Europe unless their
nearest relatives should demand."
EX-KAISER'S COUSIN BRANDED
BY COUNTRYMEN AS HOARDER
Berlin, Aug. 20. - At a meeting of
the citizens of Teltow, a suburb of
Berlin, there was a discussion of the
conduct of Prince Friedrich Leopold,
cousin of former Emperor William,
who, unlike Count Hohenzollern, re-
mained there instead of leaving the
country. It was alleged that he had
engaged in illicit trading on a large
scale and had hoarded large quanti-
ties of food.
Local authorities recently searched
his castle, confiscating great supplies
of food which were distributed among
hospitals, but when they attempted
to bring action against the prince
they were told he was immune, be-
ing a member of the royal family.
AIRPLANE AIDS U. S. AGENT
HOLD UP FOOD AT DOCK

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o iall- yeoar- -oand soft cdrink

AN H EUSER-BUSCH
ST. LOUIS,

B~evo is a part
of the dame - o..
it makes food
sportsmen and
more enjoyable
sport -" good
fellowship,hKealfh
and refreshment
IIbost to train
on and fain on.

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NORMA TALMA GEI~

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Nancy Lee, the heroine of "The Way of a Woman," shows that
it is the truest, the finest way. After she gives up the man she.
loves to marry another for his money, she is beset by a complica-
tion of troubles. Her honesty of heart and fineness of soul win out
in the end, however, and convince her real lover that his doubts of
her are groundless.

Sold everywhere..'
families supplied by
grocer druggist and
dealer- -Visitors are
cordially invited to
iinspecf our plant.j

Adults, 25c

Children, 10c

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Saturday

MAY

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Upliters

Thu-Fri-21-22 -Norma Talmadge in
"The Way of a Woman;" Judge Rum-
mey Cartoon, "Rubbing It In" and
Ford Weekly. 25c.
Sat-23-May Allison in "The Uplifters"
and Big-V Comedy, "Harems and
Hokum."
Sun-Mon-24-25-Tom Moore in "Hearts-
Ease;" Christie Comedy, "Sea Sirens,"
and Fletcher's Jazz Monologue.
Tue-Wed-26-27-Robert Warwick and
Elaine Hammerstein in "The Accidental
Honeymoon;" Star Comedy, "Alt
Bound Round" and News Weekly.
Thu-Fri-28-29--Marion Davies in "Get-
ting Mary Married;" Judge Rummey
Cartoon, "A Run for His Money" and
Ford Weekly.
Sat-30-Priscilla Dean in "The Wicked
Darling;" Burly-Q Comedy, "Don't
Weaken" and Outing-Chester Scenic.
Sun-Mon-31--Sept 1 - Constance Tal-
madge in "Romance and Arabella"
(Ret.); Christie Comedy, "0 Susie Be
Careful" and Fletcher's Jazz Mono-
logue.

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AT LANE 9AL
Closes Friday, Aug. 22; After Lune
OPENS LAST OF SEPTEMBER
GRUEN W'ATCHES
SILVERWARE BUT GLAS
LEATHER GOOL)S
ALAFM CLOCKS FOUNTAIN P
FINE JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAJEING
HALLER L FVL LE

From the Saturday Evening Post Story by
Wallace Irwin
An Amusing Satire on "Parlor" Bolshevism
Sile was a stenographer but Cupid won her
to the capitalistic side

MAYALLISON

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Sunday-Mondays
TOM MOOR E
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eHeartsease"~
By Charles E. Klein
The composer had written an opera. It was "Heartsease." It
was stolen and one day, played in the Grand Opera House. The
great lady heard the music. It recalled the dead past, the struggling
writer, the loving moments-so many memories, that her world was
turned upside down.
See Tom Moore as the composer. Rarely has so sympathetic a
characterization been made.
Tuesday-Wednesday (Aug. 26-27)
ROBERT WARWICK and
ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN
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"The Accidental Honeymoon"
Can you imagine a virile, handsome man, a dainty, winsome girl,
who, through a whim of fate and a rainstorm, find themselves re-
garded as man and wife by a farmer, whose house they sought as
refuge when their motor "went dead"? You must see this picture to
appreciate its interesting development and logical answer.
ELAINE HAMMIERSTEIN HAS AOW BEEN MADE A STAR IN HER
OWN RIGHTS BY SELECT PICTURES CORPORATION. You
will know the reason after you have seen her in this pro-
duction.
Thursday-Friday (Aug. 28-29)
MARION DAVIES
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in g Mary Married"
For once Marion Davies has been furnished with a story suit-
able to her talents. You'll agree that she is a brilliant little star
when given a chance.
The story is by John Emerson and Anita Loose, so it is need-
less to state that there is loads of humor, in it.
You'll like this one!l
Saturday (Aug. 30)-
PRISCILLA DEAN IN "THE WICKED DARLING"

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WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00

STATE STREET JEWELERS

Thurs-Fri-21-22-Theda Bara in "The
Siren's Song" and an L-Ko Comedy.
Sat-23--Sessue Hayakawa in "The Man
Beneath" with a News and Arbuckle
Comedy.
SUN-MON - 24-25 - BRYANT WASH-
BURN IN "ALL WRONG" WITH A
SUNSHINE COMEDY, "DAMAGED
GOODS."
Tues-Wed-26-27-Catherine Calvert in
"A Romance of the Underworld" (six
reels) with a Lloyd Comedy and Kino-
gram Weekly.

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-21-22--G. Anderson in "The
Son of a Gun" with a News Weekly
and Comedy-.
atCMared Clark in "Three Men
and a Girl" with a News and Comedy.
Sun-Mon-24-25-Violet Palmer in "Gin-
ger" with a Mutt & Jeff Cartoon and
Fo-~d Weekly.
Tues-Wed-25-26--Bessie Love in "Cupid
Forecloses" with the last episode of
"The Silent Mystery."
Thurs-Fri-27-28-"Shooting Mad" with
a News and Comedy, "State Room Se-
crets."
Sat-30-Elsie Ferguson in" Under the
Greenwood Trees" with a News and
Comedy (Ret.).

Tampa, Fla., Aug. 20.-By making
an airplane flight of 125 miles, an
agent of the department of justice dis-
covered 27 carloads of foodstuffs at
Key West, en route to Cuba, report-
ed the find and the shipment today
was held up for instructions from
Washington. The flight was made
after the agent, M. F. Bobst, was in-
formed that 37 carloads of food pass-
ed through Jacksonville last week on
its way to Havana.
BATTALION OF HOME GUARDS
KEEPS ORDER AT CUDAILY'S
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 20.-With a
battalion of state home guards on
duty at the Cudahy Packing com-
pany's plant at Cudahy, near here, no
new outbreaks from the riot, which
yesterday resulted in the death of one
striker and injury to many others,'
were looked for today. Negotiations'
between the strikers and company of,
ficials looking toward a settlement of
the trouble were to be held today.

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Mt Resorts are
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agnificent steel stoaumerf Nt-in-Bay,
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Big Hotel Victory now open at Plt-in-Bay.
Hotel Breakers and' the world's greatest bathing beach,,at Cedar Point.
Excursions every day to -ain-Bavy, To#Obio Points via#A & D Line and
Fa romd-trip week days - 8$ 0 c ti g trolley -roies redue..
Fare round-trip Sundays and skidy 1.10 faT~l0 o-AawI'
Five hours ontheboat. Leavirg Detroit at 00 a..m., returning at &00 p. nn.
Cedar Point Excursions on Mionday. Tiaesdaiy, Wednesday and Thursday.
Steamer Frank E. Kirby len' Detroit At 4Be. im, ret ring at 11:50 Pm.,
Five hours at Cedar Point eround Trp $0i On Steamer Put-on.
Bay Friday and Sunday $1 ound trip.
Finsel's music ford Ashley A& Dstip4teamer Line
onSteamerPutin Ba-str Sewet' r Detroi. Mich.
room, largest on lake steam-
ers. Nocharge frdancing. Wou MapShowiA
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WANTED
WANTED-Six men to work in Uni-
versity Hospital Nurses' . dining
room and kitchen. Work lasts
throughout summer and school
year. Call head waiter 746-M.

MISCELLANEOUS
ATTENTION STUDENTS-$5.00 per 8
hours for pleasant educational
work. Must furnish references. Ad-
dress Education, care of Wolverine.
MISCELLANEOUS - You can reach
everyone through the Wolverine.
Let it speak for you.

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