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The Wolverine, 1919-06-28

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iE THEATERS

-T1)AY-

Majestic -- Ethel
'Maggie Pepper,"r
eature.

Clayton
a Paramou

in
ant
in

Arcade - Emniy Wehlen
"The Amateur Anventuress."

MAJ ESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shaws Sunday
June 27-22-Ethel Clayton in "Maggie
Pepper." "The Chauffeur," Billy West
Comedy.
June 29,30-July 1-William S. Hart in
"Breed of Men."
July 2-House rented to the "Grotto."
Not open to the public.
July 3-4-5-"Auction1 of Souls."
A C
Shows at 3:00 7:00 :30
Phones
Theatre, 29-M Mgr's Res.. 36-M
Sat-28 h- Lnny Vchien in "'I 11c
teur :A ,i rotor tSW' an(lIiRi VC "In-
edy, "X ulcs and Murtages."
Sun-Mo---2 3o--(Owen Mure iin "The
Crimson Gardenia"' h\ Res Beachl-
it na nmi ~d artouon a"nd
B2ruce Scenic.
WUERTH THEATRE
2:00. 3:30. 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-2 - \lLan Dh s soadC n 'Mini of
Hell" with n Nevus and C;omedy.
Sun-Mon -29-30- William Russell in
"Some Liar" with a Sunshine Comedy,
"LADY BELL HOP'S SECRET."
Tues-Wed-1-2-George Walsh in "Put-
ting One Over" with a Lloyd Comedy,
"Spring Fever" and the latestNew,;
Weekly. Remember always a "Kino-
gram" on these days of each week.
T1rnrs-Fri---3-4-Ohiva Thomas in "To-
Ton" with a two-reel L-Ko Comedy,
"All Jazzed Up."
FRDAY-4th---SPECIAL-REPORTS BY
ROUNDS OF THE WILLARD-DEMP-
SEY FIGHT.

AT TiE MAJESTIC
Ethel Clayton will be seen for the
last time at the Majestic tonight in her
latest Paramount picture, "Maggie
Pepper," based on the famous play by
the late Charles Klein, who went
down with the Lusitania.
Rose Stahl appeared in the stage
version of the play and made one of
the greatest hits of her career in it.
That Miss Clayton will duplicate on
the screen the success Miss Stahl
achieved on the stage we are confi-
dent.
Playingopposite Miss Clayton is El-
liott Dexter. And as if that weren't
enough, Winifred Greenwood and Tully
Marshall also appear in the cast.
William B-H .Hart's new Artcraft pho-
toplay, "Breed of Men," will be the
attraction for -three days starting to-
morrow. The story is full of inci-
dents and human nature. It has as
well a delightful element and plenty
of hard riding that has made the Hart
pictures so attractive to those who like
action. Seena Oowen is the leading
woman. "The Village Smithy," a
clever Sennett comedy with Chester
Conklin and Louise Fazenda, is the
comedy feature.
AT THE ARCADE
"The Amateur Adventuress," which
will be shown at the Arcade today,
marks Emmy Wehlen's return to the
screen after a long absence. Her
many friends will be glad to know
that her return is marked by a pic-
ture, the comedy of which cannot be
easily overestimated. As Norma Wood,
the stenographer, in an adaptation of
Thomas Edgelow's story which appear-
ed in Young's Magazine, Miss Wehlen
plays with a grace and charm and an
appreciation of the comedy values of
the story that again stamps her as a
most skilled actress.

I £ i VY '
Tomorrow and Monday Arcade pa-
trons will have a chance to see Rex
Beach's latest picture, "The Crimson
Gardenia," featuring Owen Moore and
Hedda Nova, besides other well known
actors, such as Tully Marshall, Ed-
win Stevens and Alec B. Francis. The
spectacular beauty and excitement of
the famous New Orleans carnival
serves as a splendid background for
this gripping Rex Beach production.
14 NOTABLES WIN
HONORARY DEGREES
(Continued from Page One)
affairs and in movements for the bet-
terment of labor conditions.
Lieut. Col. Herbert Samuel Crocker
of Denver, Col., a graduate of the Um-
versity, College of Engineering in the
class of 1889; a bridge engineer of
large experience, particularly in the
western field, where he has designed
and supervised many of the largest
bridges, viaducts and grade crossing
separations; lieutenant colonel in the
United States service, in charge of
planning and construction of the great
government warehouses.
Degree for Iowa Man
Doctor of Engineering-Dean Wil-
liam Galt Raymond, professor of civil
engineering, dean of the college of ap-
plied science, State University of Iowa;
a great teacher, a great administrator
and an engineer of national reputa-
tion; author of books upon railroad
engineering of recognized authority
i and of numerous contributions upon
public utility problems; his sound
learning, his excellent judgment and
his splendid common sense have made
him a most powerful influence in. the
field of public utility regulation and
control.
Doctor of Letters - Prof. Henry
lyvernat of Washington, District of
Columbia; born a citizen of France,
broadly trained in oriental studies; for
30 years at the head of the department
of Semitic and Egyptian languages in
the Catholic University of America, ex-
emplifying and .maintaining in his
adopted country, the highest standards
of scholarship; distinguished pre-emi-
nently for his contributions to the
knowledge of the languages and litera-
ture of early Christian Egypt; ac-
knowledged by his colleagues in all
countries as one of the foremost schol-
ars of the world.
Lawyer Gets Degree
Doctor of Laws-Hon Lucius Swift,
of Indianapolis, Ind.; a graduate of
the-literary college of the University
of Michigan in the class of 1870; a
soldier inthe Civil war; a distinguish-
ed practitioner of the law in state and
federal courts; since the inception of
the movement, a vigorous leader in
the cause of, civil service, ,through
whose influence numerous public insti-
tutions of his state have been put upon
the merit basis; always an active and
aggressive worker for better citizen-
ship and higher ideals of patriotism.
Hon. Frederick Paul Keppel of New
York, a graduate of Columbia uni-
versity in the class of 1898; since 1910
dean of Columbia college, Columbia
university; for some time in the public
service in Washington and at present
third assistant secretary of war; dis-

tinguished for his force and effective-
ness as a college executive and for
rare tact and good judgment in public
official relation; a man who accom-
plishes results without exciting antag-
onisms and whose no, while decisive,
never wounds by inconsiderate harsh-
ness.
Dr. Charles de Nanerede Honored
Dr. Charles Beylard Guarard de-
Nancrede of Ann Arbor; from 1889 to
his retirement, October 1, 1917, pro-
fessor of surgery and clinical surgery
in the University of Michigan, now
professor emeritus of surgery in the
Medical school; major and chief sur-
geon of division. United States volun-
teers, during the Spanish-American
war, serving in the Santiago campaign;
member of the American Medical as-
sociation, the American Surgical as-
sociation, the International Society
of Surgery, and the American Acade-
my of Medicine; a surgeon of large
experience and national reputation;
author of numerous books and arti-
cles in the field of his specialty; a
man of high professional ideals. 0
Hon. Ottor Kirchner of Detroit;
formerly and for several years a pro-
fessor of law in the Law school of this
University, in which capacity he
brought to the lecture room the re-
sults of exhaustive study and large
practical experience at the bar; for
four years attorney general of the
state of Michigan; a profound lawyer,
in the front rank of the profession, to
whose learning, skill and informed
judgment large interests are constant-
ly committed; a man who, notwith-
standing his heavy and continued pro-
fessional responsibilities, is a constant
student of civic and social problems
and a vigorous leader in scientific and
constructive efforts for their. solu-
tion.
Ambassador Gets Degree
Hon. .William Graves Sharp of
Elyria, O.; a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Law school, in the
class of 1881; for many years a dis-
tinguished practitioner of the law in
the state and federal courts, later ex-
tensively engaged in manufacturing;
member of congress; 14th Ohio dis-
trist, resigning in 1914 to become our
ambassador to France; distinguished
for his services in the diplomatic field
during the period of the world war;
a man of rare qualifications for the
public service, whose career as the
representative of his country at an im-
portant foreign post during the great
conflict received general commenda-
tion.
Hon. Otto Herman Kahn of New
York; a man of large affairs, who, with
an instinctive preference for that
which is best, has, through his assid-
ous. efforts, done much for the devel-
opment of music and the drama in the
public interests; a man gifted, with
breadth of vision, whose intimate
knowledge of European and American
institutions has enabled him through-
out the great struggle to analyze con-
ditions with remarkable penetration,
whose ringing messages have been a
inspiring influence for the highest
ideals of citizenship and international
justice; a man distinguished for hs 11-
luminating discussions of problems of
finance as well as the problems of na-
tional policy.

TODAY ONLY
EMMY WEHLEN

A.

.

LVERINE

- IN-

"THE AMATEUR ADVENTURESS"

a

BOYS!-LOOK OUT FOR THE A3iATElUR AI)VENTURESS
What would your wife sky if you i md the bills for another
girl's pretty clothes:~
SEE THIS UP-TO ITIE-NINUTE V(1I)Y DRAMA
ALSO BIG-V COMEDY, "MULES AND 1ORTGAGES"

TOMORROW and MONDAY
OWEN MOORE and HEDDA NOVA

IN--
"THE CRIMSON GARDENIA"
By Rex Beach
A Mystery Romance of the Mardi Gras! Beautiful Now Orleans is
setting for this "t lriller"

TRY OUR

NOON-DAY
Specials

REX
BEACH'S
fASrv7inAGj,G
XMysrg~Y5TriY
the" ( RIM5oRi6AIwErNfA
.R Goldwyn &:-J r

TUTLE'S

ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-28--Dorothy Dalton in "Quicksands"
with a News and Comedy.
Sun-Mon-29-30--Kitty Gordon in the
Unveiling Hand" wit'h a Mutt& Jett ,
Cartoon, "Sweet Papa" and Ford
Weekly.
Tues-Wedf-----Corinne Griffith in "Thin
Icee" with' "THE SIL.ENT MYSTERY"
No. 7.
Thurs-3-L-ila Lee in "Such a Little
Pirate"(ret.) with a News and Comedy.
Fri-4-John Barrytnore in "The Test of
Honor." Also Newus and Comedly, and
RETURNS BY ROUNDS OF THE W1I,-
LARD-DEMPSEY FIGHT.

LUNCH
ROOM

YES, OWEN MOORE IS BACK-=Not only is he known as the
band of Mary Pickford or the Brother of Tom Moore, but as Ol
MOORE HIMSELF. You'll like hIm in this pilcture.
Tues.-Wed.--DORIS KENYON in "TWILIGHT'
GRUEN WATCHES
SILVERWARE CUT GLA
LEA THER GOODS
ALARM CLOCKS FOUNTAINIP
FINE JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING
H ALL E R (& FU L L E

Right

across from

Nickels Arcade

STATE STREET JEWELERS

- Today -
2:00-3:30-7:00-8:30

El
mm

;

Ethel Clayton in

6 A GI

PEPPER"

ELLIOT DEXTER, WINIFRED GRENWOOD, TULLY MARSHALL
IN THE CAST

1

"THE CHAVFFEVR"

Selected Comedy

SUNAY
3 DAYS

Wm.

S. Hart Itn

l

'4

reed

0

en"

"THE VILLAGE SMITHY"

- - Sennett Comedy

Shows Sundays 1:30, 3, 4:30,7,8:30

Auzgmented Orchestra,.

TWO YEARS IN
COMING lCAuctionf O 0@oIS ^ "AREM

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