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A T T H E T H E A T E R S * n m b r of volca (Tudei-;., Iti',r
Arcde--C afshi.n J.herl. vs Inn
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thg Ayss,"and "Rumane P. notesnations\KllK; '
Play-goers who daye soeniOtis Skin- tel: t
r adoe-ofhgatlestJtriums- chancre. iin U-
1m "Th h eonour of.Callonhte (adK
"Theum-arvestr,"and "Fances-owl £rI~F ' n(
daWimard aveexper"Ted 'a geal jb"kadyora'W~ .
te bsssande"SuarinTe Lop tesa e' h n.
rtenity(ofreels .. Skeinner in i teaine? ouY
mingaaphancenas anytoe toe iinhv
seater, ThutrshaaebMarchra9, in >' Pa
the 'llage,"twretten especiauly for
nlay-goenr rshrhavesn tisl Ski- thCottanalha>aa
rIwhetisaThecHonr of the Earn-
tiit "ThelHarveer,"sa n Fane- ary Bcerhs l
mia ab sin.plawurbease tse akitoe it .?Phn
Miaou acivmts takeoankit the---
bTetmoftae creti." Te p PtriiX!Di 1
trtntyofseein Mr. Skinner in aa-'!AO
te comedansared hsfcrh-,.
esoat. hurday, March lin"Coc
dupwhot his atr pof mzig e
"Mfack as~ the Pitt
From Pole to Pole"
at n etri t h Highlands, farewell to
iaeof valour, the country
nnI wander, whierever I rose,
Farewel I th : ! t 1 an Plou-pour- lieers' ulture. I sold one a ticket to
ing oe~:. te (lasscnlclub play, to be given in
It. Brns. Latin.
fe"'nnanvansus;e~~ed fr to
en ion: ie 'ai r' ofVvncn y.
ho ~g 'a do :n saoon.Vely,
As it w;as:
---Someone is going to have his toes
A ,tvas copied:
-"dncne is going to have his shoes,
\Vhet~n you see Eva Tanguay you
( (25 0
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1*:} oz the Highlands forever I ,_C
-'a .x :oi ":t
,- 1.1 0
t 1',l. U sa',n costumes no one elsei wears."
v nr 'sin the ighlands, my rheart
livheat'sin the Highlands, a-chasing
\-;<' 'Ug h wild deer, and follow-
Ai- ~a~Usin thme Highlands, where-
ever I go.
a a wi to the mountains, high cov-
e-'d with snow;
"r'v to the straths and green vali-
0amwel Inthe forests and wild hang-
i tg ,woods, -
---d of Garrick' Theater.
' -No, Wil ie, there is nothing in the
~ ~ ~'~Iiiisnreport tha t, on account of the Euro-
'l il ea' te eid usc of pan war ,the All-Nation Revue chose
t-lina Louis Heimann as "Humanity" be-
A ;INain eue. cau se he has a lame knee.
UPLat'ln rTreMlS Personal
An ;dc. hasK 4enuflee ned 1 olhav- Am] EP ~ ,.i ...i.z -.-.4*-.-h,-' f an1t~ UL AL i nnIfnn ofVit
inga s :n'ns' ld lohia exhage, all, so to speak, we see no reason why
I .:::.n tat'.o:sa chmnuck the "Women's Number of the Gargoyle
ax . ,;IL ;e was not made the Leap-Year Issue.
OtisS Siduer, W11o Appears at thle
WhVlit~icy T,1water ill "Cock o' the Wallk"
Prof. (Weason to Address Prescott Chib
"Tropical Fruits" is the subject of a
lecture to be given by Prof. H-. A.
Gleason, of the botany departmernt, be-.
fore a meeting of the Prescott club
IWednesday evening at 71:30 o'clock, in
room 303 of the c hemistry building.
The lecture will be illustrated with
March comes in like a
"Vas you efer in Zinzinnati," is U-c
battle-cry of laughter in the enorr-ony
all-star revival of "The Prinee of III-
e,"which is announced to appe rl
'at the Whitney Theater Saturda
"March 11, matinee and night.
For this 'season's presentation tere
EIs said to have been a notable com-
pany engaged headed by the premier
i~erian dialect comedian, John W.
rRansone, the creator of the leading ;
omedy role. The scenic excellene,
splendor of costume and all other d--
tails of footlight importance-, have been1
sought to improve all previous pro-,
4luction. Thus the critical and pop-j
ular verdict: "The best production P
alt the history of these undying mu-I
mecal comedies." A large corus,
k~osung, enthusiastic and bubbling ov r
" ith ife and vivacity incluCing tii-J
ty-8even -glorious radiant girls areh
the company. The special rch .Alra
will again be one of the features.wanC
is under the direction of Victor Ca ',
"Classy Vaudeville" is what the bi'r
which opened at the Majestic lae
.night, can be called. It is inerest-
1ng from start to finish and the head-
liner, Wm. Pruette and Co., have ax-
offering that is worthy of praise.
,Mr. Pruette is assisted by Charley
pOrr and Co., in a delightful o eratn
sletch called "A Holland Romac z
It~ is filled with good comedy that is
clean and wholesome and the sing-
ing numbers are most pleasing. The
singing of "I Want What I Want When
I Want It" from Mlle. Modiste, by Mr. I
Pruette is well rendered. Miss Ettaj
' agar, for two years understudy for!
Geraldine Farrar, has a remarkable so- i
Helen Hamilton and Jack Barnes
Appear in a talking number "Just;
Fun." These two have put togetlwx r
an act that claims no merit except
that it entertains. There is some good
pautter that is really funny, a bit of
mAusic that calls for "more." It is just'
the kind of act that pleases everyone.;
Harry Von Fossen is a black face'
Comedian. He is a "nut" comedian.I
He's just as funny as funny as can
be. There is genuine hilarity in ev-
erything he does, he is a droll, comical
Ward, Bell and Ward, are acrobat
with a good line of comedy and mary
difficult athletic feats that seen toj
As an opening act oleen Sisters
have a most entertaining act. They
do difficult stunts on the tiht wire
and do some clever sharpshooting as
RAE THIEATRE OFFERS AUTO TO
WINNER OF~ VOTING CONTEST
The Rae theatre automobile voting
contest has aroused the interest of the;
;people of Ann Arbor to a great ex-
tent and the list of contestants is;
growing each day. In this issue of
the Michigan Daily you will find a com-
plete list of those who have been en-!
tered up to date with the votes that
they; have received up to Mnday I
jeon. The question is, "Who is youry
are given with each ad-