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Stage

Murray, Deifaven and Nice, Charles
Morrison, Sam J. Burton Felice Lom-
bardi, and an ensemble of 30 girls who
possess both voices and nimble feet.

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THE WHITNEY

Today

Swanson and Thos,
a in Cecil B. DeMill-
[ale and Female"

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Commended by a two years' run in SHUBERT-GARRtICK
New York, "Going Up," to appear Detroit
Thursday evening at the Whitney, and .
for which Otto Harbach wrote the Directed by Mrs. Lillian Trimble
book and lyrics, and I4uis A. Hirsch Bradley who adapted its theme to the
composed: the music, has an amusing stage, "The Wonderful Thing," will
and coherent plot. The story in "Go- be produced this week beginning to-
ing Up," is about a young man who night at the Shubert-Garrick by
has written a book on aviation, thereby George Broadhurst. The producers
becoming an authority on flying. To make a departure from the usual man-
make good his reputation he is forced ner of announcing a new play in that
to take a flight in a real aeroplane. It' they with-hold the idea of the story,
is his efforts to keep from going aloft divulging nothing except that it is
and what happens when he makes English in theme and setting.
the flight that enlists the services of In the cast are Jeanne Eagles, who
the large cast of principals and the plays the leading part and appeared
charming chorus. in "Outcast" and "Daddies," Gordon
Ash, Henry Duffy, Fred L. Tiden,
DETROIT ON THE CAMPUS Ipiilip Dunning, Edward Leser, George
Schaeffer, Eva Leonard Boyne, Gladys
Replete with comedy, fun, and rom- Maude, Jane Marbury, and Olive

The Screen
THE MAJESTIC '
Based on J. M. Barrie'4 famous
satge production, "Male and Fe-
male," will be presented for four days
beginning today at the Majestic by an
all-star cast directed by Cecil B. De
Mille.
The scenes of the story and fortunes
of th,3 characters are varied in the ex-
treme. The center of interest is shift-
ed free gorgeous spectacles in the
palace of the king of Babylon to upper
class English society Lthfnce to a bar-
baric South Sea island. A complete
cycle is executed by the wheel of for-
tune, and the man whom circumstanc-
es first made a butler in England, be-
comes an insular mornarch only to re-
vert back to his former estate.
Among the cast are Thomas Meig-
han, Gloria Swanson, Bebie Danieis,
Lila Lee, Theodore Roborts, Raymond
Hatton, Mildred Rearrion, and Rob-
ert Cain.

-Tues--25-26-27-Dorothy Phil-
"The Right to Happiness," with
red review and "Snub," Pollard
rs-28-29--William Russell in
Lincoln Highwayman," with a
am weekly and comedy, "Noth-
t Nerve."
30-31-Mitchell Lewis in "Fool's
with a comedy,, "Charlie Gets
-Tues-Feb. 1-2-3-All star cast
SScreen in the Night," with a
dl review and "Snub" Polla~cd
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SERMONS TO TELL
OF CHRISTIAN LIFE
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(Continued from Page One)
Young peoples' Sunday will be ob-
served in the Unitarian church this
morning, the service being conducted
entirely by young people. Mr. Sidney
S. Robins will give a short address on
"Religion and the Spirit of Youth."
At the evening meeting of the young
peoples' forum Prof. H. H. Bartlett;
of the botony department, is to speak
on "Some Religious Customs of a Pri-
mative People," describing his exper-
iences while living among the natives
of Sumatra.
Speaking in connection with the re-
ligious campaign recently launched
by the Episcopal church, Prof. Arthur
L. Cross of the history department,
will address the morning service of
St. Andrew's church. During the cam-
paign it is planned to have an Epis-
copal layman address the congrega-
tion every Sunday on some phase of
the religious question, The class in
social problems which meets at the
close of the service will discuss the
subject of "Co-operative Societies."
Special music by Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Wheeler will be given at the
Methodist church this morning. Pre-
ceding the sermon by Rev. A. W.
Stalker on "Stopping at an Inn," the
choir will' sing Hatchinan's "Te
Deum." "Foundations" will be the
theme of the young peoples' de~votion-
al service to be held at 6 o'clock.
The idea that democratic laws
should be chosen by Christian people

and that Bolshevism will never mean
freedom, will be developed by Mr. F.
P. Arthur in his sermon on "Freedom
and Obedience," this morning in the
Church of Christ.
THREE PROFESSORS
WRITE FOR REVIEW
Three articles by men of the uni-
versities of Illinois, Chicago, and
Princeton are featured in the Michi-
gan Law Review for January.
Prof. John A. Fairlie of the Uni-
versity of Ililnois is the author of the
leading article entitled "Administra-
tive Legislation." Professor Fairlie
was of the political science depart-
ment of the University of Michigan
for a number of years, until he was
called to Ilinois. During the war he
served as chief of the orders and
regulations section in the purchase,
storage, and traffic division of the gen-
eral staff of the United States Army.
The other two articles are by Prof.
Herman Oliphant of the University of
Chicago on the subject "The Dura-
tion and Termination of an Offer,"
and by Prof. George D. Skinner, of
Princeton University, on "Intrinsic
Limitations on the Power of Consti-
tutional Amendment."
Do your shades need repairing or
renewing.. We shall be glad to sup-
ply your needs. Pohne 237. C. H.
Major & Co.-Adv.

THEATRE
0, 8:30, 10:00
ice Joyce in "The.
nd," taken from the

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ance"Some 'Time," with Fran4 Tin-:
ney as chief fun-maker and directed
by Arthur Hammerstein, will be pre-
sented this week commencing tonight
at the Detroit-on-the-Campus. Of the
lilting songs and melodies of love and
sentimert by Rudolph Friml the fol-
lowing are representative, "Pickng
Peaches,"- "Keep On Smiling," "Some
Time," "Spanish Maid," "The Tune
You Can't Forget," "Oh, Argentine,"
"Beautiful Night,'. "Baby Doll,' and
"What Do You Have To Do?'.
Supporting Frank Tiniey are Cora-
linn Waide, Ida May Chadwick, Flor-
ence Page, Mildred La Grue, Haroldt

ywKe .. i rs ,ran. i

Temple.

Connecting Railway in N. Y. Planned
New York, Jan. 24.-A $20,000,000
connecting railroad to act as a clear-
ing house for the freight cars of half
a dozen roads entering or passing
through the port of New York from
both sides of the Hudson River,* is
proposed .by the New York and New
Jersey port commission.
The road is to link up trunk lines
terminating on the New Jersey shore
and those on the New York side of
the Hudson at Piermgnt, N. Y.

THE ARCADE

s-Wed-27-28-Harry Morey in "The
irth of a Soul," and Craig Kennedy
ory and Mutt and Jeff cartoon com-
dy.
rsFri.-29-30-"Quo Vadis," with a
ews and comedy, "Oh You Nurse."
.31-Bessie Bariscale in "Her Pur-
base Price" (returned), with a news
nd comedy.

"Should a Woman Tell?" is the
squestion that confronts Alice Lake as
the heroine of the picture by the
same name today and tomorrow at the
Arcade, when she faces tlie p'roblem
of revealing, to ease .her conscience,
an incident in her past to the man
she is to marry, or of keeping the
secret and not risking losing his love.
The question is answered in a dram-
atic and entertaining manner.

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NEVER TO BE FOR-
L L E S GOTTEN PHOTOPLAY

an All Star
Including
nas MeigharZ,
a Swanson,
ri Cain,
adore Roberts,
Lee,
Danials,
ley Barry

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Famous Play

"The

Admirable
Crichton"
Stuponduous!
Fascinating!

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GLORJA SWANSONand TKOS.MEIGHANA
Cecil B,DeMilles'Male and Female'
, QaramotnwlCrTf1 Qi'luae

GLORIA SWANSON in
Cecil B. DeMilie's 'Madad
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Female'

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id begin again; if to-morrow we could wake as male and female only in
then would rule, who serve, who love?
SWER IN THIS GREAT PICTURE. SPECIAL

a world where wealth,

laws, conventions, morals, classes, meant

ORCHESTRAL ACCOMPANIMENT FOR THIS PRODUCTION.

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