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THE MICHIGAN DAILY sI

Buy Your

LIBERTY BOND

Today )
-- (make it a goad one)

and your new

SPRING SUIT

Of

SK. MALCOLM

ORATORICIL MEET WILL BE
BIG UNIVERSITY AFFIR
REPRESENTATIVES OF SEVEN
MAJOR INSTITUTIONS TO
SPEAK
Preliminary arrangements for the
interstate Northern Oratorical contest,
to be held Friday, May 3, in Hill au-
ditorium, indicate that this will be
one of the greatest forensic events
held in Ann Arbor during the past
seven years. This contest is held
annually at one of the seven univer-
sities which compose the league.
The Board of Regents will hold
their monthly meeting on the day'
of the contest, and efforts will be
made to have them attend it in a body.
Detroiters Invited.
A general invitation will be exten-
ded to the oratory classes of Detroit
high schools to hear this contest. This
is being done in connection with the
recently adopted policy of the ora-
tpry department of the University, to
interest. state preparatory schools in
University oratorical matters.
A general business meeting of the
Northern oratorical league will be
held on the afternoon of the day of
the. contest. This will be the only
meeting of the league this year, and
this assembly, which will include rep-
resentatives from seven universities,
will consider plans for, assisting the
government by organized work in ora-
torical fields. Michigan orators have
already taken part in W. S. S. and
Liberty Loan campaigns, as have
those in other colleges.

SUNDAY SERVICES IN
INN ARBOR CHURCHES
Congregational Church
Sermon at 10:36 o'clock by the Rev.
Lloyd C. Douglas on "The Superman."
Mr. Hubert L. Thornton addresses the
Round Table at 6:30 o'clock on the
topic, "Leaking at the Top,"
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Holy Communion at 7:30 o'clock
and morning prayer and sermon at
10:30 o'clock. Church school at 9:15
o'clock in Harris hall.
St Thomas' Roman Catholic Church
Masses 6, 7:30, 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock
with sermon at 10:30 o'clock by the
Rev. Fr. M. P. Bourke on "The
Power of Resurrection."
First Church of Christ (Scintist)
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock
with sermon on "The Doctrine of
Atonement." Testimonial meeting at
7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening.
First Baptist Church and Church of
Christ
"A New Heaven and a New Earth,"
subject of sermon at 10:30 o'clock by
the Rev. J. M. Wells. The Reverend
Wells will address the Guild class at
noon on "Life's Fundamental Para-
dox." The meeting of the Guild at
6:30 o'clock will be in charge of Edi-
son Eubank and the subject will bej
"The Value of an Ideal."
Community Chapel
Vesper services at 5 o'clock with
sermon by the Rev. J. M. Wells on the
subject, "Where is God in This Hour
of Darkness?"

the Rev. E. C. Stellhonr. Evening
services at 7:30 o'clock, with sermon
on the subject, "A Wholesome Les-
son," Acts V,1-11.

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AT THE THEATERS
"Over the Top," at the Garrick.

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Bible Chair House
Morning discussion at 9:30 o'clock
with address by Dr. T. M. Iden on the
subject, "Jesus and the State." After-
noon discussion at 4 o'clock on "The
Land and the Book."

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TODAY

* Majestic-"The Patriot,"
* turing William S. Hart.

fea- *
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Realize
when you buy shoes of
quality you always pay
a littletmore-but the
time between "when"
is what makes quality
an economy.
Think This Over-
Thewealthy are the on-
ly ones who can afford
to buy "cheap" foot-
wear-b ecause it costs
more in the long walk.
The Truth Is I
We have a reputation
for catering to the bet-
ter dressed. The truth
is, they are better
dressed because we
cater to them.
Another Truth-
The style of a shoe
will last as long as the
shoe looks good. 'That's
why quality shoes re-
main stylish-their ap-
pearance lasts.
Alfred J.Ruby
INCORPORATED

LIBERTY STREET

MALCOLM BLOCK

GET YOUR

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mocracy-
Memories."

number 5. "Tender *

Wuerth-W. S. Hart in "The
Silent Man." Also, "Son of De-

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Orpheum - Bessie
in "Madame Who?"

Barriscale

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ext Books an Supplies
From the "Store with the College Spirit"
Sheehan & Coo
n Arbor Detroit

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AT THE GARRICK

NICKELS
ARCADE

N

The Old Clothes Man, CLAUDE BROWN, offers
highest market prices obtainable for old clothes. He will
when it pleases you. 210 Hoover Ave., one door west of
>ver plant. Phone 2601.

WHAT'S GOING ON

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VS AT 3:oo, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
Jnless Otherwise Specified.-
-Francis X. Bushman and Bev-
ayne in "The Brass Check" and
Comedy, "Before and After
ed-23-24-Barbara Castleton ands
Lincoln in "For the Freedom
Te World" and (Tues.) Patthe
(WLed.) Mutt &e Jeff Cartoon.
and Downs of Detective Work,"
i-25-26-Alice_ Brady in "Woman
Wife" and Christie Comedy,
tv Days."

1)r stic Paper Regulations In Prussia
Copenhagen, April 20.-The Prus-
sian minister of education has issued
regulations designed to effect the
greatest possible economy in the use
of paper in the scnools. Covers are
to be dispensed with on copy-books;
special protecting wrappers for school-
books are forbidden; writing only one
one side of the paper is prohibited,
. and slates are to replace paper where'
possible.
A want aci in the Daily will se1
your property.--Adv.

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IAJESTIC.
T H EAT RE
FOUR DAYS STARTING
TuESDAY, APRIL 23

S Fiend

KAISEN
"The Beast of Berlin"
-seduced Russia.
ravished Belgium.
-strangled Serbia.
-murdered innocent women and
children in Paris, London and
scores of other cities.
EE with your own eyes what
this monster has done in -
-destroying the world's peace,
the lives of millions of inno-
cent people. See his autocrat-
ic, overbearing, audacious, un-
safe fiendishness. It will make
your blood boil. The most
amazing picture of the cen-
tury.
SHOWS DAILY 3
; Including tax 25c
of M. Jewelry. J. 'hapman's
e place. 113 S. Main.--Adv.

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. . ThE /
UPON
MOJNTIN&
y ) caln receive an expert opto-
metric examination of your eyes,
the proper prescription and the
mounted lenses at a modified price if
you -seek our services. You select the
mountings and we prescribe the lenses.
Upon cih amount of work done upon
the lne and your choice of suitable
mountings depends the price we charge'
on. In any event you will be perfect-
Hailer & Fuller -
STATE STREET JEWELERS

TODAY
12 o'clock-Prof. J. R. Brumm speaks
at the Methodist church on "Latent
Powers."
2:30 o'clock-Special meeting of the
Polonia literary society circle at the
Michigan Union.'
4 o'clock-Bible class meets at 444
South State street.
6:30 o'clock-Corporal F. R. Wahr
speaks to Young Peoples' society at
the Presbyterian church.
6:30 o'clock-Dr. A. W. Stalker
talks to Wesleyan Guild meeting at
the Methodist church on "Consecra-
tion."
6:30 o'clock - Plymouth Round
Table meets at the Congregational
church.
6:30 o'clock-Prof. H. R. Cross
speaks to Students' society at the
Unitarian church on " The Christ
Type in Art."
7:30 o'clock-Jewish Student so-
ciety meets at 710 Haven avenue.
TOMORROW
8 o'clock-Alpha Nu-Adelphi fresh-
man debate in University hall.
8 o'clock-Mr. F. J. Wright, of De-
troit, speaks to Pathfinders"' club at
444 South State street. Subject:
"The Pathfinders-Their Origin, Aim,
and Possibilities."
U-NOTICES
The Varsity Mandolin club will re-
hearse at 3 o'clock this afternoon in
the School of Music and at 7 o'clock
tomorrow night in room 205, Mason
hall. Considerable work must be
done in preparation for the Lansing
concert, and no member who fails to
turn out for the rehearsals will be
taken on the trip. Members must
bring all their music, both new and
old.
HANDSOME MEN
You will look lots better to your
wife if you stay away at noon. The
Arcade Cafeteria was established for
your lunching place, and by the way
you can buy a better Sunday dinner
for the same money that you can cook
it.-Adv.

Second Baptist C0ch
Morning worship at 1M4 o'clock
with sermon by the Rev. J. B Pharr
on "The Great Salvation." B. Y. P.
U. meeting at 6:30 o'clock and even-
ing worship at 7:30 o'clock with ser-
mon by the pastor on "The Great
Supper,"
Presbyterian Church
Sermon at 10:30 o'clock by the Rev.
L. A. Barret on the subject, "What
Can We Learn About God From the
Bible?" Bible school following morn-
ing service. Young People's social
half-hour at 6 o'clock followed by a
meeting at 6:30 o'clock at which Cor-
poral F. R. Wahr of Camp Custer will
speak.
Unitarian Church -
The Reverend Southworth, presi-
dent of Meadville Theological semi-
nary will speak at the morning ser-
vice at 10:30 o'clock. Young People's
society meeting at 6:30 o'clock ad-
dressed by Prof. H. R Cross on "The
Christ Type in Art."
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Sermon at 10:30 o'clock on the sub-
ject, "Work Out Your Own Salvation"
and at 7:30 o'clock on "The Good
Cheer." Both sermons by the Rev.
A. W. Stalker. Prof. J. R. Brumm will
give the first of a series of four talks
before the young people at noon on
the subject, "Latent Powers." Young
People's meeting at 6:30 o'clock with
discussion on the subject, "Consecra-
tion."

"Over the Top," the Shubert musi-
cal production with an interesting list
of principals making up the cast, will
be the attraction at the Garrick Thea-
ter, Detroit, for the coming week,
beginning today. They play will in-
troduce a new star, Justine Johnstone,
who the press agent describes as "the
most beautiful girl on the stage,"
The story of the play deals with the
adventures of the girl who wished for
New York and had it presented to her
-in a dream. Her subsequent wand-
erings require two acts and 14 scenes
in which to carry out her desirese dur-
ing which wperiod she visits, The Land
of Frocks and Frills, Posterland, An
Artist's Studio in Greenwich Village,
An Aviation Camp, The German
Trenches, a Theater, the Golden For-
est, and a number of other equally
interesting spots.
Supporting the star are Laurie and
Bronson, long known as the "Pint
Size" comedians, Ed Wynn, who
makes up his part as he goes along,
Fred and Adele Astaire, Ted Lorraine
and a large number of others.
AT THE MAJESTIC
George Stone and Francis Carpen-
ter, two of the most noted child ac-
tors of the Triangle forces, have im-
portant roles in the feature produc-
Rae Theatre
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Theatre

S. Hart. This play is appearing at
tion, "The Patriot," featuring William
the Majestic today and tomorrow.
Buy your alarm clocks at J. L
Chapman's, Jeweler. 113 S. Main.
There are opportunities for you In
Daily advertisements. Read them.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
GOODHEW FLR CO
Flowers Baskets
Plants Corsages
Ferns Deeoratlons

IN DETROIT
101 Washington Blvd.

- In -.

"FLAMES OF CHANCE"
A. 6-Part Triangle Western Play
-Also -
Charlie Ch-in's o ly rival
BILLY WEST
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"THE COOS"

German Methodist Episcopal
Sermon by the Rev. H. Bau
man at 10:30 o'clock and in
at 7 o'clock.

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Matinces-2 :oo, 3:30
Evenings-6:3o, 8:o, 9:30
Phone -x6o-J
Prices-hMatinees is; Evenings 2oc.
"We Pay the Tax
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
Sun-Mon-21-22-W. S. Hart in "The
Silent Man." Also Son of Democ-
racy, No. S, "Tender Memories."
Tues Wed-z3-24-Elizabeth Risdon in
"Mother." Also "Eagle Eye," No. 7.
Thur-Fri-25-26-J. Warren Kerrigan
in "The Turn of a Card," in 7 parts.
Sat-ate-Mary Miles Minter in "Pow-
ers'That Pray." Weekly NO. 24.
Comedy, "The Lamb."
Sun-Mon-28-29-Geraldine Farrar in
"The Devil Stone." Also 'Son of
Democracy, No. 6, "A President's
Answer."
OrpheumTheatre
Matinees-2 :o, 3 :30
Evenings-6 :30, 8 :00, 9:30
Phone-F 6o-J
F Prices :
Mat. ioc; Eve. r c; Children 5c
No Tax
BOOKINGS FOR APRIL
Sun-Mon-21-;a-Bessie Barriscale in
"Madam Who," in 7 parts.
Ties-i3-Mary Pickford in "Rebecca
Sunnybrook Farm." Also "'Eagle
Eye," No. Z. (Ret. )
Wed-24-Pauline Frederick in "Dou-
ble Crossed." Also "Eagle Eye,"
NO. 7. (Ret. )
Thur-Fri- -2s6-Dorothy Phillips in
"Grand Passion," in 6 parts.
Sat-27--Gladys Hulette in "Mrs.
.Stacker." Also Weekly and Comedy.

Church
in Ger-
English

Bethel A. M. E Church
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock
with sermon by the Rev. J. A. Charles-
ton on the subject, "The Path of the
Just." Class meeting at 11:45 o'clock
and evening worship at 7:30 o'clock.-

Liberty Bonds
the

Will Help Win
war

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Subject,
Christ."

"Clinging to

the Risen
Lutheran

Nights: Orch-
estra $1.50&$2
BalanceHouse
25c to $1.00

GARR ICK
DICTRO IT

Pop.Mats Wed
and Fri., 25c
to $1.00
Seats Now

Bethlehem Evangelical
Church

MAJESTIC

.0

TODAY and
MONDAY

'W , ART'

English service at 9 o'clock and
German service at 10:45 o'clock with
sermons by the Rev. G. A. Neumann.
Subject, "The Christian's Seemly Be-
havior Under Trying Conditions."
Young People's league meets at 6:30
o'clock.
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock
with sermon by the Rev. L. M. Wallick
on the subject, "We Would See Jesus."
Evening services at 7:30 with sermon
on the subjects, "While the Earth
Remaineth "

This Week

Also the Latest Things in Frills and Thrills
Messrs,. Lee and J, J. Shubert's Sumptuous

A Sensation

-in-

Over the

Top

66THE;

PAT

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A tense, riveting, soul-searing story of paren-
ve and hatred enacted on the Mexican Border.

St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church
"Let Us Rejoice in Christ and
Prayer; Give Me Poverty Nor Riches,"
of sermon at 10:30 o'clock by the Rev.
H. A. Brauer. English sermon at
7:30 o'clock on the subject, "Solomon's
Prayer : Give. Me Poverty Nor Riches,"
Proverbs, XXX, 7-9.
Zion - Lutheran Church
Morning sermon at 10:30 o'clock by

ED. WYNN,
CAMPBELL,

JUSTINE JOHNSTONE

TED LORRAINE, Betty

Pierce, Ma

CRAIG

3:00, 7:00, 8:30

SHOWS

11

Belle, Mary Eaton Rolanda and her neo-classical dancers,
Fred & Adele Aspairie and 60 Laurie &.Bronson wonderful
Ove-the-Top Girls; 5,000 U. S. Battle Planes bomb Boches.

-20c

18c-2c Tax-18cq

20c-PRICES

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