THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ring Pumps and Oxfords
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I WHAT'S GOING ON
A wonderful assort-
ent of styles and pat-
Pump shown in the
cut is one of our many
distinctive styles and car-
ries the popular military
heel, long thin vamp and
small narrow silk bow,
making a smart tailored effect. Unusual value at $5.50.
Walk-Over Boot Shop.
R. J. Hoffstetter, Prop.
115 S. Main St.
Students of the University of Michigan
should inspect our new line of very smart models in
Young Men's Top-coats
Young Men's Gabardines
Young Men's Suits
12:15 o'clock-Dental faculty lunch-
eon at the Michigan Union.
7 o'clock-Liberty Loan demonstra-
tion at the Court house.
7:30 o'clock-Christian Science so-
ciety meets in Newberry Hall.
7 o'clock-Alpha Nu literary society
meets in Alpha Nu rooms University
8 o'clock-Social at the Methbdist
8:15 o'clock-Comedy club play at
The Soph prom committee will meet
at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the Mich-
igan Daily office.
Band forms at 6:45 o'clock in front
of the gym to march in Liberty
TheGlee club will hold a rehearsal
at 7 o'clock tonight in Mr. Harrison's
rooms in the School of Music.
The Mandolin club will hold a re-
hearsal at 7 o'clock tonight in Room
205 Mason hall.
Pursuant with the promise made
in its last issue, the April number of
the Gargoyle, which will appear on
the campus at noon Friday, sounds the
death knell of old John Barleycorn.
The "In Memoriam" number affects
to sympathize and mourn with the bi-
bulous citizens of the state over the
coming drouth, and in picture, song,
and jest endeavors to recount the
past and forecast the future.
A double page drawing by Jim
Robertson, is said to be extremely cur-
ious in its structure, and is given the
significant title, "The Staff Artist
Makes a Trip Down Town."
A clever satire on Billy Sunday's
well known attitude toward alcohol
is one of the features of the issue,
while a number of Michigan's favorite
songs, as well as some portions of the
scriptures, have been rewritten to
meet prohibition needs.
The coming senior Swing-out, and
the late project of giving uniforms to
the women of Michigan are treated
in jocular manner.
PROF. JONES APPOINTED
TO DO GOVERNMENT WORK
AT THE THEATERS
"The Brat," at the Garrick.
"Pollyanna, at the Whitney,
Saturday, matinee and night.
Majestic-Nell Sh'ipman and Al-
fred Whitman in "Cavanaugh of
the Forest Rangers."
Wuerth - George Beban in
"Jules of the Strong Heart."
Also Keystone Comedy "Wrong-
ed by a Mistake."
"Caught with the
SHOWS AT 3:0, 6:30, 8:oO, 9:30
15c Unless Otherwise Specified.
Thur-Fri-i 8-i9-Mabel Normand in "The
Floor Below" and Christie Comedy,
"One Good Turn." 20c,-
Sat-2o-Cons ance .ialmadge in "The
Honeymoon" (Ret.) and Cartoon,
"The Mysterious Yarn."
Mon-22-Francis X. Bushman and Bev-
erly Bayne in "Thn rass Chck" aad
Dre Conedy, e and After
CLEANED AND REBLOCKED
with a new band
LOOKS LIKE NEW
Saves $2.00 or $3.00
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta
* Arcade - Mabel
* "The Floor Below."
* Comedy, "One Good
Rae--Emily Stevens in "Day- *
break." Also Drew Comedy.
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FOUR DAYS STARTING
T('ESDAY, APRIL 23
TIHE BE A ST OF BERLIN"
which all good American's
Shows-3:00, 7:00, 8:30-Shows
25e - Including Tax 25c
inely tailored garments every one of them.
test ideas. We advise early inspection.
Nights: rl Pop.Mats.
25c to $2.00 A*G R - I Ved.aats
_200 Orchestra I
Seats $1.50 DETROIT Best Seats Si
Oliver Morosco will present
By and With MAUDE FULTON
I TH1EAT RE
?Iz. eb W.-a
Matinees- :oo, 3:30.
Evenings-6:30, 8:oo, 9:30
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Prices:-Matinees ic; Evenings 20c
We Pay the Tax
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
Thur-Fri - 18-19 - George Beban in
w* "Jules of the Strong Heart." Also
- Keystone Comedy, "Wronged by a :
Sat-2o-Wilian Russell in "The Mid-
night 'Trail." Weekly No. 22. Con-
S edy, "The Flirt."
'~Sun-Mon-21-22-W. S. Hart in "The :"
Silent Man." Also Son of Democ-
- racy, NO. 5, "Tender M'~emories." -
Tues-Wed- s3-24-Elizabeth Risdon in
S "Mother." Also "Eagle Eye," No. 7.
Thur-Fri-- 2.5-26 --J. Warren Kerrigan
S in ''The 'Turn of a C'ard,"' in 7 parts.
Matinees-2 :o0, 3 :30-
Evenings-6:30, 8:oo, 9:30
Mat. roc; Eve. xca Children 5C
."'. No Tax a
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
'l' hur-lVni-- -i8-io - Alma Reubens in :"
"The Answer." Also Comedy,
g "Caught With the Goods.''
E Sat-2o--Frank eenan in "Loaded
= Dice." Also Weekly and Comedy.
SSun-Mon--a-22- aessie Barriscale in
" 'Madam WXho," in 7 parts.
Tue-a3Marya Pickford in "Rebecca
SunnybrookFarm." Also "Eagle
Wed-24-Pauline Frederick in "Dou-
ble. Crossed." Also "Eagle Eye,"
NO. 7. (Ret.)
WHI T HNEYTHEATRE
SATURDAY APRIL 20 Mat. and Night
iaw EIaner and'GeorgeCT rer
(The Glad Ptay
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Y CATHEQItNE CHI5HOLM CLISHING
based on the book of thesame tNamebyEleanor H.?orter
Prices: Mat. 25-50-75-.$1. Nights 50-75-$1-$1.5O
SEAT SALE THURSDAY MORNING
a Plate of Ice Cream every Day
John H. Kun sky, Michigan's Biggest Exhibitor said:
Text Books and Supplies
From the "Store with the College Spirit"
AT THE ARCADE
bel Normand, whose recent ap-
ance in "Dodging a Million" has
notion picture fans the country
singing her praises, will be seen
he Arcade today and tomorrow
"he Floor Below." While the star
ven ample opportunity to display
vell known attainments as a com-
Prof. E. D. Jones, head of the de-
partment of commerce and industry.
& C o .has been granted a leave of absence
&for the duration of the war, to ac-
Detroit cept an appointment as civilian mem-
ber of the educational committee of
the general staff of the war depart-
edian, there is much of the dramatic ment. Professor Jones will leave at
in the role of Patricia O'Rourke, the the close of the academic year for
copy girl in a newspaper office, who is Washington, D. C.
assigned to unravel a mystery which The object of the appointment is to
long has baffled the police as well as get a staff of trained men spread
several reporters. throughout the country, who will be
especially competent in the methods
There is always an opportunity to of standardizing labor conditions, fix-
Increase your business through Daying wage rates, prevention of fatigue
I and the preservation of all classes
advertismg. Try it.-Adv. of welfare work.
In commenting on the appointment,
Professor Jones said, "In these days
1 Leave Copy of stress the country cannot afford to
at have work suspended while labor and
Students' capital fight. We must learn how to
Supply Store harmonize these difficulties in the in-
T S IN Gterest of efficiency. We will train
these men who come to us to become
FOB RENT ;directors of personnel in the different
___ __ _T_ _ industries, and will make them ex-
FOR RENT -domplete furnished perts in the knowledge of how to treat
apartment. Use of piano without labor conditions, and of how to bring
extra rent until fall J. K Malcolm. harmony out of threatened strife."
"I have just seen one of the
1est motion pictures made within
the past twelve months-exactly
the kind of production that will
'ri; the public into theatres-
the kind of production I like to
present in my own theatres.
"And I have just seen a won-
derful star resume her important
place among the few great per-
sonalities of the screen. The star
and story to which I give my
hearty approval are combined in
the GOLDWYN production of
jarry' . and
T-St. Johns Ambulance Associa-
n medal. Very valuable as keep-
ke. Finder please return to 906
Ann and receive reward.
r - Delta. Gamma Pin. Name
Idred Reynolds on back. Reward.
TED- Several men to set straw-
'ry plants today and tomorrow.
one 990-3 or call 522 Monroe.
GA 1G i4i441L A. V . . , 34 ...
604 E. Liberty. 1718-M.
TO RENT-Large suite and single
room for student and light house-
keeping. 425 So. Division. 1565-J.
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FOR SAL--The Daily oaa
thing It is our specialty.
Soph Prom Committee to Meet Tonight
An important meeting of the Soph-
omore Prom committee will be held
at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the
office of The Daily.
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"CAVANAUGH OF THE
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Kodaks at Attractive Prices
I am constantly taking Used Kodaks in exchange toward New
laks, and, although we have use for all of them in our Rental De-
tment, we offer many of them at much less than their real value.
Now is the time to get your Kodak out and have it put in order for.
summer. Bring it to me for adjustment and cleaning.
THE CRITICS ALL AGREE-
"WID"-"The Floor Below" is a great-yarn with plenty of snappy treatment. Sure to
draw heavy patronage.
EXHIBITORS TRADE REVIEW-Mabel Normand is the most vital bit of magnetism
that has ever worked before a camera. Here is a picture that "has everything."
MOTION PICTURE NEWS-Thru "The Floor Below" Mabel Normand goes rollick-
ing along in her own irresistible way-it is the usual lavish Goldwyn production.
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Telephones and Troubles
SHOWS - 3, 7, 8:30 - SHOWS
PHOTOGRAPHER, 719 No. University Ave.
TODAY AND TOMORROW-200
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