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THE MICHIGAN DAIY
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Tomorrow
February 21
Tomorrow

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A Most Delightful Rural Classic

Starring JAMES LACKAYE

A Drama of Country Life
Filled with quaint humor and funny situations that will make you laugh uproariously.

Don't Miss It
andi have those painutl r-g-ile(t,
Remember
On a nllcnny erur 1

Special Music

Thel piclitre i. Iortil *a $, the muciude )vwoiorfl r1e,

A Farmers' Quartette

A Village Band

Both for 20c
The day following is a 1oliday

''lI~e l Alinjs

Everywhere this great feature takes the nudience by storm.

Shiovw Moniday, :3:00, 41:30, 6:10, S:00, 9:0

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he Theaters I

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PHE THEATERS
TODAY
tie-Theda Bara in "De-

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tes Post in "Omar

the Tent-

mtmaker," the spectac-
ove-play by Richard,
in which Guy Bates'
to the Whitney theatre'
nance, Friday evening,
in captivating mannerj
ssing love-life of Omar,
se hauntingly beautiful
fying earthly existence

THE PIT
"fack as the Pit
From Pole to Pole"
DAY ThAT I HAVE LOVED
Tenderly, day that I have loved, I close
your eyes,
And smooth your quiet brow, and
fold your thin dead hands.
The grey veils ofsthe half-light deepen;
colour dies.
I bear you, a light burden, to the.
shrouded sands.
Where lies your waiting boat, by
wreaths of the sea's making
Mist-garlandeds with all grey
weeds of the water crowned.
There you'll be laid, past fear of sleep
or hope of waking;
And over the unmoving sea, with-
out a sound.
Further than laughter goes, or tears,
further than dreaming,
There'll be no port, no dawn-lit
islands! But the drear
Waste darkening, and atdlength,
flame ultimate on the deep.
Oh, the last fire-and' you, unkissed,
unfriended there!
Oh, the long way's red ending, and
we not there to weep!
--Rupert Brooke.
S* * *
At first we thought it unproper to
consider the sage question of Mili-
tary Training in a humor-as it -were
-column. But now that they are to
make it an elective, we feel that this
is the proper place. Elective Military
Training.-you are mentioned.
If you do not believe that the Daily
is at times VERY sacreligious, look at
page three, column four, of yesterday's
issue. After getting that far you may
examine the caption. And gasp.
.* *
IT WAS EVER THUS
"The Sops won the class basket-
ball championship by defeating the
Juniors. Score 25 to 12."
-Mississippian.

Did you, at some time, have a nice
Saturday morning when your inten-
tion was to sleep-and sleep?
Did you have the coal man pick out
that time to fill the neighbor's coal-
bin?
Did you say anything?
Did you
-By Gee.
Wright Saxaphone Trio Party at
Michigan Union, Friday, Feb. 25th.
Dancing 9=2 o'clock. For tickets call
236 or 2370.
Ten cents rents a good Eastman ko-
dak, any size you want. Lyndon's 719
N. University.

An "Inquiri-ng Student" writes to
ask why the definition of religion as
a force that makes for righteousness,
cannot apply to Buddhism. Mohammed-
anism, or any other faith or cult with
a moral code. Religion as a power
that brings about right living is broad

What has this great faith to offer a
a an on the problem of living?
Let us make the test pragmatic. If
there is a choice between these reli-
gions, let it be based on the ground
of results in manhood and human wel-
fare. When we attempt to evaluate
the work of the true student, we do

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and
tion
had

Ice

Skatin
AT

forgot to claim that the produc-
was absolutely the best that ever TH
been produced."
* * *

E R||IGIOU[ FORUM,

(By the Frater)

as our student type. the fellow with
high ideals of scholarship; the man
who yearns for knowledge as a means
of development. So in Christianity we
accept as a representative Christian
the man who patterns his life most
closely after the Christ: whose charac-
(Continued on Page Six)

enough to include all forms through not select the young man who is
weh man seeks God, and a thought- merely connected with the university
ul student has a right to question through formal enrollment and who
Christianity's position in the group. 'fritters away his time; but we hold up

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Theda Bara at the Majestic
e coming week at the Majestic
re Will be a "corker." Today the
us screen artist, Theda Bara, in
)st interesting photoplay, "De-
tion," will be seen. The sweat,
rime, the heartaches, the stifled
tions, the never-ending woes of
are the dominant notes of the
The production is not depress-
r anti-capital in its tone, for it
htened by subtle comedy touches
it heralds the dawn of a greater
of conscienciousness between
>yer and employe.
Vaudeville Bill at Majestic
nmencing Monday night, what is
ed by the management to be the
expensive bill of the season will
en. It is called the surprise bill
wovelty is also a feature. Music,
and dances, with a comedy cir-
riat is unique and original is also.
g those booked.
o headliners will contest for that
me position: "The Volunteers,"
ging novelty will be seen. They
ss wonderful voices and the har-
is perfect. The manner in which
presented and "put on" is a
ise and such a surprise as to
e much laughter.
haps one of the best known ac-
s on the legitimate stage was
Shaw. She has taken to vaude-
and will be seen here with a
g supporting company in a bright
ly dramatic playlet, "The Truth-
ar." The story told is brilliant,
and original,' and the ending is
tional.
Boris Fridkin Russian Dancers
h a whirlwind program of the
ng and song and win unquestion-
pularityrwith their work: Five
and three women are in the
)ther novelty is "The Three Va-
s" a comedy singing and in-
ental act. They play a clarinet,
accordeon and jumbo mandolin,
nig a combination that cannot be
ed.
children as well as the grown-
ill be delighted with Fink's Com-
ircus. It is different from most
)f its kind. Mules are the pre-
ating animals. Poniestand dogs
iso introduced and they show

Shakespearean

Whitney Theatre
Wed. & Thurs., Feb. 23-24
Matinee Thursday

Festival

300th Anniversary of the "Bard of Avon"

Special Engagement of the minent Actor

JOH

U

KELERD

Supported by a Company of Capable Players in Complete
Production of Shakespeare's

Gee:
The lit, announcement, (Sept. is-
sue) in its calendar ignores the an-
niversary of the f. of his c. Does this
mean that the regents have become -so
unpatriotic as to gyp us out of such
a red letter day as Tuesday next?
(Ans.-NO.)
Kindly tell us dumb ones what "b.
the h. that fed us" is? (Ans.-"Biting
the hand that fed us.")
I hope that the inside sheet of this
morning's Daily went along with each
copy.Item from the last page:
"UFER AND MURPHY MAKE BEST
TIME FOR FIVE LAPS."
(Ans.-So do we. Also we know
where there's competition.)
Then, too your D. Daily had us go-
ing to Wednesdayclasses this morn-
ing. ( Ans.-Is that so?) See its front
page date. (Ans.-That's a good deal
of work.) Lord. (Ans.-I'm sur-
prised) It's bad enough at the begin-
ning of the semester. (Ans.-So?)
'Twixt the DAILY and the univer-
sity catalogue, Gee, your aims atre-
form are too, too, high. (Ans.-There
ain't none.)
Yours truly (Ans.-Thanks.)
A CONSTANT READER MALGRE
LUT. (Ans.-Huh?)
"Goodness, did you see the terrible
mistake that the Daily made this
morning?"
"No-what was that?"

Hamlet

Wednesday
Evening

Macbeth

Thursday
Evening

Merchant of Venice

Thurs~day
Matinlee

Mr. Kellerd has the distinction of playing "Hamlet" for the
longest run ever accredited an actor-that of 102 nights
in New York.

t1

The New York Telegraph says:"Wellerd's interpretation was

masterful.

There is still a 'Hamlet on the stage.

"John E. Kellerd's Shylock is as dignified aAd Interesting a
character as his 'Hamlet' "---N. Y. Evening Mail,

Priccs:

For This
Engagement

Matinee, 25,
Eveningb, SC

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