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AT THE THEATERS

WAR FILMS WILL BE
SHOWN HERE SATURDAY

ows cast by the foliage will appear
strange, because the light in shining
through the apertures in the leaves,
forms little crescent images of theI
partially covered sun. Ten minutes

18 will no Ion-
in former days.
will be thrown
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"The Naughty Wife,"'
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ARMY before the moon completely obscures

OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT
AND NAVY SCENES
PICTURED

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TODAY

Brockwell

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* Majestic - Gladys
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>od quality in Italy and
countries are selling
as $20 a pair, making
se almost impossible.
st six months hundreds
f shoes have gone across
ys Mr. Robert H. Clancy,
ge of the Detroit branch
de board.
s the flood of shoes dur-
winter that federal au-
hat there might be ques-
as behind the movement,
y the shoes were rip-
e heel and sole in search
essages, but none were
have been reported
riotism of the sender has
Le extent of having re-
the old shoes.

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Wuerth-"Boss of the Lazy Y,"'
played by Roy Stewart. Also
comedy.

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Orpheum -Wallace Reid in
"Rimrock Jones." Also Keystone,
"Did She Do Wrong?"

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Arcade-"The Danger Game," *
played by Madge Kennedy. Also *
a comedy, "Circumstantial Evi- *
dence." , ,

AT THE ARCADE

Girls Marchers Are Promoted"
notions for the Women's mili-
arching class are as follows:
th McRoob, '21, right guide;
annah Blumenthal, '20, left
The corporals of the eight
are: Helen Lowrie, spec., Mar-
eadgold, '20, Katrina Schermer-
21, Winifred Hobbs, '20, Thelma
'20, Frances Graves, '21, and
eVries, '21.
e Student Held as Slacker
ieapolis, May 15.-S. E. Clem-
26 years old, son of a wealthy
restaurant proprietor, was ar-
here today by agents of the de-
ant-of justice as an alleged draft
Clemmings, who is a Yale
t, admitted failing to register,
ing to the police.

Madge Kennedy has turned from the
lighter form of the drama to -some-1
thing more serious in "The Danger
Game," appearing at the Arcade to-
day and tomorrow. Critics claim4
that she will renew her "Baby Mine,"1
"Our Little Wife," and "Nearly Mar-
ried," successes in her new play.
Cancer Research is Successful
Paris, May 15.-The theory that
cancer is not of microbic origin but
is due to the excessive elimination
of certain substances normally con-
.tained in the blood, is supported by a
report of the researches of Professer
Dubard, just published by the Academy
of Medicine.
Finding that the system of cancer-
ous subjects was particularly poor in.
magnesia, Professor Dubard adntinis-
'tered large doses of it to patients oper-
ated on for cancer, and reports re-
couraging results in a large nu.nber
of cases.
Free Exhibition of the celebrated
Medici Color Prints now on display at
the James Foster House of Art.--Adv
Play Ground, Indoor and Tennis
Balls at Cushing's.-Adv.

Official government war films,
showing army and navy life of ties
fighting forces, will be exhibited at
the Arcade theater Saturday under
the supervision of the Michigan war
preparedness board.
Although the government has put
out these pictures primarily for the
purpose of educating the people, all
money over actual expenses is to be
turned into a war fund for the support
of Michigan soldiers' and sailors' de-
pendents.
Naval Scenes Pictured
The people have always taken great
pride in the United States navy, but
they have known comparatively little
about it. The government war pic-
tures give an idea of the important
part submarines are playing in the
present war. The fleet of submarines
is shown at work, and submarine de-
stroyers, similar to the ones now in
the war zone, are shown at their
daily task of patrolling the waters of
the Atlantic. Another film shows the
actual handling and firing of the tor-
pedo, the life aboard a large battle
ship, and the daily drills and routine
life on the water.
Life in a big training camp, where
soldiers are building trenches, is.
shown in another film. The engineer-;
ing division demonstrates the new
liquid file and gas bombs, and the
necessity of gas masks is demonstrat-
ed in a striking fashion. Work in
bayonet practice, hand-grenade
throwing, and the use of other new in-
ventions of the present war is also
shown.
Actual battles are not pictured,
but there are many scenes taken in
France.

the larger solar body, the remaining
light is deficient in blue and violet
rays, appearing more like calcium
light. Animals are perplexed, birds
go to roost, the temperature falls,
and sometimes the dew will appear.
Then in a moment, the moon's shadow
may be seen coming with terrifying
velocity, darkness falls, and the glor-
ious grandeur of the lighted heavensE
is revealed to the startled eye of the
observer.
Dancing Friday and Saturday nights
at the Armory.-Adv.
C0OMING I
ARNOLD DALY
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WILLIAM FOX
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FACTORY.HAT''
617 Packard St., nextt F
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Afternoon-2 :3o an
Evening-7:oo, 8:ooa
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BOOKINGS FOR
Thurs-Fri - 16-17 - Roy
S"Boss of the Lazy Y.'
Sedy..
a S-William Russe
Great Stanley Secret.'
- and Comedy, "Hello Te
SSun-Mon-ig-do - Julian
" The widow's Might."
Democracy, "The Slave
ues-XWd-2 -22-Louise
"An Alien Enemy."
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T I h2us-Fri-z3-2.--Vivian
Petticoat Pilot." Al
Comedy, "Mud."
Orpheum T
Afternoon- :30 at
Evening-7:oo, 8:o0
Phone-i6o-

e our advertisers.-Adv.

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'estival

Tickets on sale at
Hill Auditorium

ITITUDES"

mhht-8 o'clock

Many People See Films
Approximately 4,000 people wit-
nessed the exhibition in Grand Rap-
ids and ptonounced the films excel-
lent. In Detroit, these pictures we
run every night for two weeks t)
crowded houses. The interest was so
great that a return date will be given
soon. From every place they have
been shown, a request has come for a
return ehgagement, but it is the plan
of the preparedness board to allow
every city and town in the state where
a moving picture house is located the
opportunity of seeing the pictures.
Both federal and state governments
want the people to see just what the
United States troops and sailors are
doing.
(Twenty-five cents will be the ad-
mission fee for adults, and,10 cents
for children. The performances will
begin at 10, 3, 6:30, 8, and 9:30
o'clock.
TOTAL ECLIPSE OF
SUN IS PREDICTED
Aithough the total eclipse of the sun
has had its place on the astronomors'
calendars for years, even for several
centuries, it is only now that ono of
the phenomena of the lieaveus is com-
ing to popular notice. On June 8,
people living in a certain part of the
United States will have the opportu-
nity of witnessing one of the strang-
est sights that the sky can offer.
Partial eclipses are of frequent oc-
currence and cause little comment ow-
ing to the fact that the moon, only
obscuring a part of the sun's surface,
causes nothing startling to appear
about the sun or its effect on the earth,
and only when the flaming rim of the
sun can be seen about the edge of
the full moon, directly in front, does
the cuiriosity of 'the public become
aroused.
The track of this total eclipse will
stretch diagonally across the surface
of this country, extending from the
state of Washington in a straight line
to Florida. The northwestern part
of the track will be about 60 miles
aCross, and will gradually decrease
in breadth until it is approximately
40 miles across by the time it reaches
the southeastern extremity of the
United States. The observatory in
Denver will be about in the center
of the eclipse's path and the tourists'
route, and there many people from all
over the country will gather.
Beginning near Japan, the moon's
central. shadow will first fall on the
earth, and ,crossing the Pacific in
about two hours' time, will reach our
western coast at three o'clock in the
afternoon of June 8, Pacific standard
time. The shadow will pass diagon-
ally across the country, in 50 minutes,
but owing to three divisions of stand-
ard time belts, it will not touch Flor-
ida until 7 o'clock p.m. eastern time.

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Shows: 3:00, 7:00, 8:30
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