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News From The Other Colleges

Arcade, comes in
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(DAY-TOMORROW
ANITA STEWART
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"Mind The Paint

Girl"

ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 7 00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, ag-M Mgr's Rea., a1-II

Columbia-In co-operation with the
National League of Women Workers,
the department of extension teaching
will offer an intensive training course
In girls' recreational work during
Christmas vacation. It is planned tc
cover briefly all phases of the work.
There are no entrance requirements,
The course, which will be given
from Dec. 22 to 'Jan. 3, inclusive, con-
sists of 10 lectures, two hours each,
including discussions; six round table
discussion, one and one-half hours
each; one evening in the gymnasiun
for game work; supervised field work,
not less than eight- hours a week;
as well as personal interviews, crit-
icisms, and An examination.
Cornell-After some discussion at
Cornell university it was decided
Fritz Kreisler should be allowed to
appear according to agreement, in a

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series of concerts to be given in Bail-
ey hall.
Northwestern=The men at North-
western university are doing their
part toward the Christmas holidays.
Twenty-five of them -have signed up
to help in settlement work. Their1
-work will consist chiefly' in finding,
worthy families to whom to make
;Christmas donations.j
MUSICAL CLUBAKES
PT, HURON 1C6ISASEMENT
FORTY MEN FROM PERSONNEL
OF ORGANIZATION TO~
BE TAKEN,

THE MAJESTIC
Out of . a score of suitors, Anita
Stewart as Lily Upjohn, an English
Cockney girl who suddenly wins fame
as a theatrical star, eliminates all but
two in "Mind the Paint Girl" today
and tomorrow at-the Majestic.
One of them is a subaltern in the
British army who rescues her from
the objectionable advances of a man
of the slums, while the other is an
English, lord with position and vast
estates. Their. rivalry for her favor
is heightened by her delay in giving
one or the other a definite answer.
The dramatic .moment of the pictures
arises when she announces her final
decision.

his own whom he likes and
he begins to change the hu
lad made him known oni
name of his favorite song.
Will Rogers is well suite
role of the wanderer in this
Ben Ames Wilson, aptly int
"Jublio" and frequently in
his droll smile and comedy
PROF. SHARFMAN TO SPE
AT OPEN MEETING OF
Athena literary society wil
open meeting at 7:15 o'clocki
evening on the fourth floor c
sity hall. Prof. I. Leo Sha
the economics department w
PLACE YOUR ORDERS N(
want Mac Diamids Candies
gifts at Cushing's Pharmacy

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Sun-Mon-14-15--Will Rogers in "Ju-
bio"; Christie Comedy, "His Master's
Voice" and' Jazz Monologue.
Tue-Wed-16-17-Owen Moore in "Pic-
cadilly Jim"; Star Comedy, "Tick Tick
Man" and Ford Weekly.

THE ARCADE -.

When light-hearted and improvident
"Jubilo," played by Will Rogers in
the picture of' the same name to be

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The Varsity Glee and Mandolin club
is to give a concert at. Port Huron
Monday, Dec. 22, according to a state-
ment issued by the..manager yester-
day. Permission was secured from tae
committee on student affairs Friday,
and the arrangements were completed
yesterday. ' '
40 to Make Trip
Forty men are to make the trip.
Twenty of these will be from the
Glee club, 16 from the Mandolin club,
and the management and faculty rep-
resentative, including the director,
make up the other four. Mr. Frank
aber, director -of the Mandolin club,
will direct the concert, and 'Treas.
Robert A. Campbell will be the fac--
ulty representative. W. L. Kemp,
'22M, will act as' leader of the Glee
club on this trip. -
Selectilons N~ot Complete-
The Mandolin club men who will
take the trip have not been selected
as yet, but their appointment will be
announced in Tuesday's Daily.
The following Glee club men- have
been selected from the 115 members
to igo to Port Huron: First' tenors-
P. R. Wilson, '21, B. Ferneau, J. H
Failing, C. C. McCormick, Turner;
'second tenors-H. E. Ramsey, S. S.
HIawkes, '21, N. D. Ireland; Kel~p
.IKeena, F. W. Goundry, '21, M. Wien
eke, '22; first bases--S. L. Hudd, H. J.
Schlee, R. S. Buol, R. R. Dieterle,
Simpson; second bases-W. L. Keimp,
'22M, C. R. esius, Jr., '20; R. D. Smith;
W. C. Martin, '22, Tubbs. Other names
will be depided upon Monday. ' The
men selected will rehearse at 7 o'clock
Monday at Lane hal.
The Stage
SHUBERT-GARRICK DETROIT

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Direct from Six Months at the Playhouse and Vanc
Theater, New York
WILLIAM. A BRADY, LTD., Presents -

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Matinees
and Saturd
Week Star
December
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The Melodrima of Mystery, Marr
and Murder
By OWEN DAVIS
WITH THE ORIGINAL CASs
Including Marie Goff, Kenneth MacKenna, John Crc
Edith Shayne, Edwin Caldwell,,Louis Darclay,
Hilton, William Sams, and Robert Thorne.
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TODAY and TOMORROW
WILL ROGEKS

"At 8:15," to be produced this week,
beginning tonight by William A. Brady
at the Shubert-Garrick, gets well . un-
der way with. the first rise of the
curtain. Although- it is presented by
\the original New York company in-
cluding .Marie Goff, - Edith Shayne,
John Cromwell, Kenneth McKenna,
Richard Collins, and Robert Harrigan,
Its producers consider its chief draw-
ing featute the- fact that theater-
goers have been offered few genuine
melodramatic thrillers recently.
Tense scenes and cross characters,
such as a hero, a heroine, a villian,
and the like, aid in giving the play its
exciting punch. The mystery intro-
duced in the first scene is followed by
a series of plausible solutions which
only serve to complicate things still
further but the ultimate solution is
brought about by supplementing in-
formation from a person mho was
thought to be dead but revives, to
what had already been discovered.
DETROIT-ON-THE-CAMPUS

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From the Saturday Evening Post Story
will su
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Guests appear in succession at most
inopportune times in "Tumble Inn" to
be produced by Arthur Hammerstein
and Selwyn and company this week,
beginning tonight, at the Detroit-on-,
the-Campus. The comedy is furnish-
ed by the efforts of a young couple'
who are about to be secretly mar-
ried and find difficulty in extricating
themselves from a mix-up caused by
the arrival of an unetpected house
party.
Of the songs, which were compos-
er by Rudolph Friml, "Limbo Land,,
"Won't You Help 'Me Out," "You'll
Do It All Over Again," - and "The
Trouseau Ball," are the best. The
book and lyrics were' written by Otto
Harbach.
, The Broadway cast, made up of Ada
Meade, Edna Hibbard, Olga Mishka,
John Philbrick, Carl McCullough,'
Mable Ferry, Charles Knowlden, Jos-
eph Dolan, and Eleanor Williams is
assisted. by a spirited chorus, which
is gowned in an astounding array of
gorgeous garments.

S amu odtjt
:.%N JAM'$ WILIAMS,
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Also Christie
Comedy
"HIS
MASTER'S
VOICE"
and
Jazz Monologu

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TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
O W E N MOOR E
Supported by ZEENA KEEFE
- IN -
"PICCADILLY JI

at 1:30, 3, 4:30, 7.

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Get a box of MacDiamid's choco-
lates at Cushing's.-Adv.

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