Last Times* Today
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109 S. MAIN ST.
Tinkly music, rythmical lyrics, art-
istic scenery, and a book tingling with
wit and cleverness are promised by
John Cor~t in "Roly Boly Eyes," to
be presented Jan. 15 at the Whitney.
"Roly Boly Eyes" is provided with, all
the orthodox musical comedy elements
and overflows with additional, special-,
The New York cast intact which ap-
peared at the Belasco theater will pre-
sent "The Boomerang," under the di- '
Shows at 3:00, 7:00, 8:30
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Thu-Fri-8-9-I'omn Moore in
I"Toby's Bow" and "Sniilinlg
Bill" Parsons in " He did and
G arric Detroit
SMARIE DRESSLER IN
c "TILLIE'S NIGHTMARE" s
SI SUBET Oh! What
DETRIJ T A Girl"
rection of David Beltgco, Jfan.
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* JRO~j~Ass DRs As. O1?flRS
Election, as national. officers o Qne
of the oldest of -American biological
societies has. fallen to the. lot of two
University of. Michigan professors.
At the annual meeting of the Am-
erican Society of Naturalists held be-
fore the holidays at the University of
Princeton, Prof. Bradley M. Davis, of
the botany department, former sec-
retary of the society, became vice-
president and Prof. A. F. Shull, of the
zoology, department, succeeded him as
The American Society of Natural-
ists was founded in 1883. It is rec-
ognized as the parent society from
which other societies have branched
off. The general program of the so.
:ciety and its monthly organ, the Am-
erican Naturalist, is devoted to tho
subject of Genetics and Evolution.
ZOOLOGICAL JOU1RN~AL CLUFB
TO BOLD MEETIXG THURSDAY
Two addresses 'by members of the
zoology department,, will be on the
5program for the regular meeting of
the Zoological, Journal club at 7:30
o'clock Thursday evening.
.Mr. L~. V. Heilbrunn, instructor in
,zoology, will discuss "An Experiment-
al Study of Cell Division" and E. M.
Bogue will read notes on dragon-flies.
The meeting will be open to all inter-
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ability of Michigan's .cut-over
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them announce the intention
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ing thousands of additional ac
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yes, owing to the verdant groi
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men have found it more pro
they say, to remove the downI
paying little attention to stuf
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means only a negligible loss in
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Today and Tomorrow'
AT HIS "SDMILINW" BEST
-- IN -
Ample +opportuuitay for winning
laughs is offered Fred Stone in "The
Goat," which will be repeated for the
last times today at the Majestic. The y
popular stage comedian who has butt
recently turned his. attention to the
movies appears, as Chuck McCarthy,
an iron worker who attempts 'fo win-
fame and fortune in the .photodrama.1
"Ala" McCarthy peu rages h~er son]
in his efforts. and'.he' practices the fine
points of ,being a flm star so vigor-4
ously and enthusiastically at home
that the neighbors call in~ the police.
Fortune knocks at his door when
his true merit is disclosed by the
masterly way he .captures Bijou. Ia-
mour's runaway monkey on the high-
est beam of _a building under con-
struction. She is so grateful that she
says that he surely should be in the
movies. when ft is discovered that;
Bijou~ is unable to roller skate the 'big
opportuinity comies to McCarthy and
he is employed to be her double. This
is the beginnin~g of his annomynous
carer as a movie idol 'which ultimately
wins himi neither fame nor great for-
tune' but a blushing bride.
Only members of the family are fav-
ored with the- courtly obeisance of'
Toby' the old negro servant of -an a~r-
istocratic Virgianian household, but
in "Toby's ,Boar," to be shown today
and tonmorrow at the' Arcade; Tom
Moore is very desirous of securing
this privelege. Moore has the part
of a novelist who "finds" himself after
a period of more or less riotous living.
Hle becomes acquainted with Toby's
pretty young mistress and this ex-
plains his desire to be entitled to re-
ceive Toby's bow. Hie sets out in his'
chatacteristic entertaining manner
and after numerous amusing Incidents
,Is received into the family.
At the Packard Mondays and Tb,urs-
'days, 8 to 10 P.1 M. Dance Hall is now
open for rental 'for private parties or
assemblies. Private lessons every day.
THURS70DAY JANUARY, 13
16IRECT FROM CORT THMEATRF
Ori inal cast and production dire~ rtFr
.i mac ,onthcj run at kthe Knickerbocker TI'I
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Has Tobyr Bowed
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144 h Ch~v~ir
,ANN A cwotzus OF
The Worlds Greatest Acrobatic Comedian
A "°Romance of
New York Nights
and Dixie, Sun-
A Mile, A Minute Comedy With 'All The Speed And Action That Can Be
Crowded Into One Show
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
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