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Arrangements have been entirely
mpleted for the concert to be given1
iday evening, Feb. 20, in Port Hur-
by 60 men picked from the 175 who'
mnpromise the.Varstiy Glee and Man-
lin club.. Manager, Charles R. Os-
, Jr.,''20, announces that a special
r leaving at 11:20 o'clock Friday
)rning from the switch in front of
e Natural Science.-building will con-
y the combined clubs to Port Huron.
ey will return the following after-
ion.
The plan of the management is to
ke this mid-year trip concert more
FRESHMANSOPHMORS! JUNIORS
SENIORS!
Meet Him a

music rather than a concert in the lit-
eral sense of the word. Two enter-
tainers besides the Varsity and Mid-
night Sois' quartettes, the Varsity
stringed sextette, and the All-campus
jazz sextette including "Sandy" Wil-
son, serve to carry out this new idea.
A dance following the concert has'
been planned by Port Huron alumni
and it is understood that efforts are
being made to hold a Michigan ban-
quet before the entertainment, with
the club members as guests at .both
functions.
'he Stage,''

ricĀ± , nett oit, is Lan author,
with the public because ofl
stories, but disappointing to
because of his lack of fervor.

his love'
his wifej
The sit-1

nations which result from -the neglect-
ful manner he treats his wife are said
to be replete with clever dialogue and
comedy.
Cecil Lean plays the leading comedy
part while Cleo Mayfield heads the
supporting cast which includes Geor-
gie Mack, George R. Lynch, David
Quixanno, John F. Morrisey, Madge
Rush, Silvia De Frankie, and others.
The book and lyrics were written by
Frank Mandel and Edward Paulton
while Silvio Hen composed the music.
The 'Screen

hl

China with Chinese students is being ifo:
conducted at the University of Wis- stu
consin. gra

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WHITNEY THEATRE
THURS. FEB. 26

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THE WHITNEY.

work.

Vid al's

Where wholesome food and
courteous service will lend
zest to ydur social chat.
Regular Meals

The "servant problem" is solved in
a novel if not practical way in "On
the Hiring Line," to be presented with
May Irwin Saturday at the Whitney.
Miss Irwin has the role of- an actress
who has recently married on efficient
and successful business man.
After the husband .and his daughter
have been forced to. play c6ok and par-
lor maid because \of the scarcity of'
seryants, he hits on the happy idea of
hiring two detectives, a man and a
woman, to act as butler and cook.
This gives rise to a large share of the
comedy in the production as the two
operatives feel called upon to find
some intrigue to sustain their profes-
signal reputations.
SHUI'BERT-DETROIT
"Monto Cristo, Jr.," appearing this
week at the Shubert-Detroit, is the
27th big spectacle to be produced at
the New York Winter Garden by Lee
and Shubert. It comes to Detroit di-
rectly following its record breaking
runs in New York, Boston, and Phil-
adelphia, and will soon open a long
engagement in Chicago.
"Monto Cristo, Jr.," is a travesty on
the famous Dumas' novel of that name.
It is said that is librettists have over-
looked no opportunity to make it one
of the funniest shows produced at the
Winter Garden.
. GARRICK-DETROIT
The central. figure in "Look Who's
Here," appearing this week at the Gar-

THE MAJESTIC

Misfortune and poverty pursue Lil-
Ilan Gish,.the heroine, in "The Great-
est Question," D. W. Griffith's recent-
photodrama which will be repeated to-
day at the Majestic. Miss Gish plays
the part of Nellie Jones, a poor ped-
dler's daughter who is bereft of her
parents early in life and taken into the
home a kindly but almost destitute
family.
Affairs go from bad to worse till the
cpldest son of her benefactor is drafted,
leaving no one to work the barren
farm. True to the old saying, "Misfor-
tunes do not singly come but tread
upon the ,heels of one i aother," the
troubles of the characters multiply.
Just at the moment when the future
looks the darkest, howevaer, events
take an unexpected turn which as-
sures the heroine and her friends a
chance for enduring happiness. '

prese r:d
t. *
in a oaCmedy of
oonshine, Madness and Make-Believe
$S ELLYOFNORLEA I
St/LAURENCt LYRE
Direction 14ARRISON GREY FISICE
SEATS NOW BY MAIL. ENCLOSE RETUR
ENVELOPE INCLUDING 10 PER CENT WAR TA
LOWER FLOOR $2.50
BALCONY $1.00-$1.50-$2.00
j
- WHITNEY THEATEL
SATURDAY NIGHT FEB 21
AMERICA'S GREATEST COMEDIENNE

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THE ARCADE

In the latest st~~~Iria oey ietfo h

Irwin

IDAL'S

512 E. WILLIAM
(Block and a half from

"Judy of Rogue's Harbor," a pictur-
zation of Grace Miller White's story
elf the same name featuring Mary
Miles Minter, will be repeated tpdayl
at the Arcade.
Miss :Minter enters into the tense
scenes with all the verve of her girl-
hood. Supporting her are Charles
Meredith, Herbert Standing, Theodore
Roberts, and Frankie Lee.
CLIEGE 'GIRLS, ATTENTION!
Your darty dresses remodeled into
artistic up-to-date frocks. For partic-
ulars write Madame York, 1404 Kes-
ner Bldg., Corner Madison and Wab-
ash, Chicago, Illinois.-Adv.

,In the latest satirical comedy, direct from the
Criterion Theater,. N.,Y.
ON 'THl'E IRINS LINE
By HarveyT. O'Higgins and Harriet Ford
(Direction of George C. Taylor)
COMPANY OF DISTINCTIVE MERIT

Campus)

George Homee
George' Lindsey
ydia Westman
Prices 75c

cobert Hudsou
Minna Gombell:
Homer Lindsey
Lillian Weslman
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Lab. coats, aprons. shop
etc., at Wahr's University
-Adv.

tools, etc.,
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