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DREIGN STUDENTS WILL
VISIT MICHIGAN CITIES

WHITNEY THEATRE
FRIDAY, APRIL 5th

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rhcollegiansnwho are
the navy and Uncle
ed sea fighters-men
aintain their vigor,
d "headiness"---are

he strictest sense, but a thorough-
an's drink-gives you the full flavor
esome grains and the nip and fra-
)f genuine Bohemian Saazer Hops,
-o by itself-see how good it makes
o eat taste.
at the best places everywhere.
s supplied by grocers.
ufactured and bottled exclusively by
ser-Busch, St. Louis, U. S. A.

VACATION TRIP TO INCLUD, BAY
CITY, SAGINAW, AND
FLINT
Members of the University Cosmo-
politan club will be given an oppor-
tunity to see the state of Michigan
and acquaint themselves with Ameri-
can cities, people, and industries
when the society makes its annual:
spring vacation trip, leaving Ann Ar-
bor, Monday, April 18.
Visit_ Three Cities
Three cities will be visited this year
and a special car will be engaged for
the entire trip. Two days will be spent
in Saginaw, and probably two days in
Bay City and one iii Flint. In. these
cities, the club will visit the factories,
lumber mills, coal miles, salt works,
automobile plants, and various other
industries, and will be entertained
with dinners, banquets, and instruc-
tive programs. Accommodations will
be furnished in private homes.
The trip last year was made by
about 50 men, and included visits to
the gypsum mines of Grand Rapids,
the state legislature and the Reo Mo-
tor Co. at Lansing, and the Battle
Creek sanitarium.
Trip for Members Only
Only members of the Cosmo-
politan ' club, who have paid
their dues may make the trip, but
those who apply for membership in
order to accompany the club will be
required to pay only the reduced dues
for the rest of the .year.- The cost of
the trip for each man will be $7.75.
'All those who wish to go must notify
Prof. J. A. C. Hildner at once and make
the deposit to pay his expenses. Fur-
ther information may be secured from
Professor Hildner, H. G. King, grad.,
or M. Uychara of the School of Mu-
sic.
ANN ARBOR MEN TO DELIVER
ADDRESSES IN NEARBY TOWNS
Ann Arbor speakers will deliver ad-
dresses tonight at Liberty Loan meet-
ings in various parts of Washtenaw
county. The men will be sent to the
towns and cities as follows: Dexter,
the Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas; Manches-
ter, Prof. Otto C. Marckwardt; Whit-
more Lake, R. M. Carson, '17, of the
oratory department; Salem, Carl A.
'Lehman, city prosecuting attorney;
Chelsea, the Rev. A. W. Stalker; Sal-
ine, R. K. Immel, of theoratory de-
partment.
A meeting of professional and busi-
ness men will be held this afternoon
at Milan. The meeting will be ad-
dressed by the Rev. John Mason Wells,
Roscoe 0. Bonisteel, Horatio J. Ab-
bott, and Hugh Van de Walker of Yp-
silanti.
'ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH HOLDS j
GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES TODAY

JULIA SANDERSON IN "RAMBLER
ROSE," AT THE WHITNEY, FRI-
DAY, APRIL 5.

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in their greatest Musical Comedy Triumph
'Rambler Rose'
Empire theatre Cast and Production

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AT THE THEATERS
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew in
"Keep Her Smiling," at the Gar-
rick.
Julia Sanderson in "Rambler
Rose," at the . Whitney, Friday,
April 5.

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Prices $.75-$1.00-$1.50-$2.00
Mail Orders Fiiled NOW

Falls, have an amazing series of ad-
ventures before their trip is over.

Chauncey
a Time," at
April 8.

Olcott in "Once Upon,
the Whitney, Monday,

Charles Frohman presents
JULIA
SAN DERSO"N,
JOSEPH
CAWTHORN

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* Majestic-"Pretty Baby."
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Bevo should be served cold
"The all-year-'round soft drink"

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Wuerth-Sespue Hayakawa' in
"The Secret Game." Also Key
stone Comedy, "Court and Cabar-;
et."
Arcade--Constance Talmadge in
"The Honeymoon." Also Christie
comedy.

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A GREAT OPPORTUNITY
Joseph Loukotka has taught fancy
pastry and decorative pastry in the,
great bakeries in most of. the world
capitals. He now bakes exclusively
for the Arcade Cafeteria. People he
has taught sell it at 35c an order; you
get it fro.m 2c to 7c.-Adv.
Buy your alarm clocks at J. L
Ohapman'a, Jeweler 113 S. Main.
-.Av.
A R CAD E
Shows at 3. 7 and 8:30 Eastern Time
zsc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Fri-29-Constance Talmadge in "The
Honeymoon" and Christie Comedy.
2oc.
Sat-3o;Todi Mix in "Cupid's Round-
Up" and Christie Comedy, "Those
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Nights: Orch- AR lEKPop,Matas
etra $1.50&$2 " and Sat.
FalanceHouse DETROIT
25C to $1.00 DER I $10
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Dri
In a Spoken Play
"Keep Her Smiling"
MAJ E STIC
owl THEATRE
NOW PLAYING
JIMMIE HODGES
PRESENTS
MAGNETIC JEAN TYNES

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Orpheum-Belle Bennett
Soul in Trust."

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Rae' - Mary Miles Minter in
"The Mate of the Sally Ann."
Also Pearl White in ."The Fatal
Ring.",
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ular Prices on Superior
?uality brings Trade

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CAFETERIA, 605 E. William St.

AT THE MAJESTIC IIN inii1t ii;,;ititiIIlUIIm In
Jean Tyne and Elmer Coudy, who W uerth Theatre
played the stellar roles in "Pretty r
'Baby," which opened for a three days'- Matinees--a :o, 3:30
engagement at the Majestic, scored a Evenings-- :3o, ,:ao, 9:30
success last night with their clever Prices:-Matinees-sc; Evenings 6oc
songs and dancing. We Pay the Tax
"Pretty Baby," although a musical BOOKINGS FOR MARCH
play, is spiced with clever dialogue Thur-Fri-28$29 - Sessue Hayakawa in
and humorous situations. The plot ; "The Secret Game." Also Keystone
centers around a beautiful wife, and Ca
a husband that is fond of pleasure, SaloWeekl a nCmedr Sister."
outside of the home. Elmer Cou'dy, the
comedian, increases the difficulties of Su Mon31 tena Calieri i nTh
the married couple with his hypocriti- Democracy, "Call to Arms."
cal methods. The settling of fam-
ily differences is left to the audience.*'
The interpretation of "Emmalina My OrPheu Theatre
Gal," by the two leading characters,
gained much applause from the aud- -Matinees-2:00, 3!30
lence: A special dance by Miss Tyne Evenings-6:3o, 8:oo, 9:30
and Al. Garbelle was also encored. j

The Musical Comedy
Sensation
-with -
Funny Eimer Coudy
And a Lively Brigade of Blond
and Brunette Beauties
The Cream of Miniature
Musical Comedies
25 - -'PEOPLE - - 25
15--MUSICAL HITS-15
USUAL MAJESTIC PRICES

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Let us assist you
with our
excellent assortment

Good Friday will be obser4'ed at 8
o'clock this evening at St. Andrew's
Episcopal church, with the singing of
the Lenten oratorio, "The Seven Last
Words," by the vested choir.
This oratorio depicts in striking
fashion the scenes of the last week,
the trial and crucifixion of Christ, be-
ginning with His entrance into Jeru-
salem from the Mount of Olives.
.The soloists are: R. R.. Dieterle,
'21M, bass; Mr. O. 0. Paton,-.tenor; R.
Yackley and Neil Staebler, sopranos;
Herbert Tenny and R. Bennett, altos;
and R. H. Kempf, organist and choir,
master. The program will last an
hour.
Union Membership Dance Called Off
The usual Friday evening Union
Membership dance will not be given
tonight. People who have already
bought tickets may exchange them for
tickets for the dance Saturday eve-
ning or have their money refunded at
the desk at the Union.
1917 Cotton Crop Fails Below 1916
The cotton crop of 1917 was slightly
less than that of the year preceding,
according to a report of the bureau of
census of the department of com-
'merce. The number of bales ginned
f last year was 11,231,263, from 20,326
ginneries operated. In 1916, 21,624
. ginneries produced 11,363,915 bales.

Constance Talmadge, sister of the
famous Norma, has recently made her
'appearance in the movies, and accord-
ing to report, is making quite a suc-
cess of her new work. She is appear-
ing at the 'Arcade today in "The Hon-
eymoon," the stoy of a young couple
who, spending the season at Niagara

AT THE ARCADE

C ~Prices :
Mat. zoc; Eve. c; Children Sc
No Tax -
BOOKINGS FOR MARCH
I'hur-Fri-28-29-Belle Bennett in "'A
Soul i nTrust." In 7 Parts.
Sat-3o-Herbert Rawlinson in "Come
V Through." In 7 Parts. (Ret.)
Sun-Mon-31-Apr. i-Triangle Players in,
",ittle Red Decides." Also Comedy,
"Coward Courage." i
, l1111!1 H11111lItlllll1 11~f1 a

Mary Miles

'he Mate

of the

THEATRE
The clever, lovable, dainty

Sally

Constance
Talmnadge

A story of the briney
with laughter predominat

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PEARL WHITE

The Female Fairbanks

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GUISE HINCKLEY
215 E. LIBERTY

"~The Honeymoon'-
A Swift, Joy-Spreading Comedy

Prices the same.

I CONSTANCE TALMADGE G

Continuous show.
See it at THE RAE,
Theatre with a BIG SI

Roof Senior Engineers Choose Historian
in the Robert H. Erley was elected his-

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senior engineering class
held yesterday morning
eering building. H. A.
as the, other nominee.
proved the date of April
ing Out as decided upon
senior classes.
M. Taylor, of the econo-
aent, addressed the en-!
'inancing the Wa."

300 Tickets Sold for Luneheon
More than 300 tickets have been
sold for the Women's luncheon to be
held at 12 o'clock Saturday in Barbour
gymnasium.
Tickets may be purchased in Uni-
versity hall, at the entrance of the
General library, and at Barbour gym-
nasium.
Dancing Friday and Saturday nights
at the Armory.-Adv.

Captivating Constance Talmadge leads them all in her
delineation of wilful, high-strung, yet wholly lovable American
girls.
Miss Talmadge made her first "hit" as the Mountain Girl
in "Intolerance", and then scored a success in "Scandal."

SESE "THE HONEYMOON"
THE GLOOMS
AroadeATh
TODAY-20c

AND LOSE

225 E. Liberty.
GUOD0HEW f

Phone

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