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November 06, 1920 - Image 5

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6, 1920.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Stage
AT THE WHITNEY

Michel Fokine and Vera Fokina, the!
creators of the famous Ballet Russe
and its greatest interpreters, are mak-
ing a trans-continental tour under the
direction of Richard G. Herndon, di-
rector of the French-American asso-
ciation for Musical Art. At their ap-
pearances at the Metropolitan opera
house and the Hippodrome in New
York City they scored a success un-
excelled by any dancers who have
left European shores to find fame and
fortune here and gained a tremendous
popularity.
The celebrated couple have decided,
to-make-America their permanent res-
idence and, after the conclusion of

their trans-continental tour, to estab-
lish a permanent school of Russian
dancing near New York City. Plans
are already under way to erect a
building which shall also include a
theater, in which the premieres of
Fokine's creations will be presented,
thus making the United States the
center for the production of the
world's masterpieces of the dancing
art.
Fokine and Fokina will appear to-
night at the Whitney theater when the
music lovers and patrons of dancing
of this city will have the opportunity
to see the interpretations of the mod-
ern ballet art by its creator and fore-
most exponents.
A few typewriters for rent at the
School of Shorthand. 711 N. University
Ave. Good machines.-Adv.

AT THE TlEATERS
TODAY

Screen

uvuER

-TODAY

Majestic-- Bert Lytell in "The
Price of Redemption." Pathe
News and Paramount Mag-
azine.
Arcade-Katherine McDonald in
"Curtain," and a comedy, "The
Window Trimmer."
Wuerth - William Farnum in
"Drag Harlan." Also Pathe
-News and a Pollard comedy.
Orpheum - Jack Pickford in
"Burglar by Proxy," and a
Chester comedy, "Four Times
Foiled."
-
THIS WEEK
Stage
At the Whitney
Whitney Today-Michel Fokine
and Vera Fokina, Russian bal-
let dancers.
Sunday-Fritzi Scheff, the fam-
ous musical comedy star, in
the musical comedy, "Glori-
anna."
Garrick (Detroit)-Nora Bayes
playing in that Weeks-Simons
musical play, "Her Family
Tree.'
Shubert (Detroit)- "Aphrodite"
the Comstock-Morris produc-
tion which was the sensation
of the season in Paris, New
York, and Chicago.
ARMORY DANCING SCHOOL
Professor Mittinthals class Friday
evenings, 7 to 8:30. Gents, S lessons,
$8.00. Ladies, $5.00. Guarantee to
teach you One-Step, Fox Trot and
Waltz in one term.-Adv.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.

A R R I CK
DETROIT
Americas Foremost Singino Comedienne
NORA BAYES -"HER FAMILY THEE"
Famous Musical Play by Al Weeks and Seymour Simon
Theatrical Treat of the Year
DETROIT R "
APHRODITE
Company of 300. 8 Big Scenes
ORPHEUM
LAST TIME TODAY
JEck Pickford

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BT LYTELL

DISPLAY
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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor SavingsSBank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

IN

ISLAND"

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LIMITED"

VS

FOOTBALL

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Will] B&dShown This Afternoon at

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Returns

will be read

here every two minutes

during the game. Direct leased wire to theatre
USUAL SHOW IN ADDITION
KatTheHE MEInaCd
THE AMERICAN BEAUTY

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The game will be shown here in miniature with
gridiron, moving football," scoreboard, etc.
Direct leased wire to stage
USUAL- SHOW IN ADDITION

Bert

Lytell

IN

IN HER BEST PICTURE
" CVRTAIN "

"The Price of Redemption"

An Absorbing Film Drama

Game Starts at 2:30
Both Theatres Open Doors at 1:30
NO RAISE IN PRICES

ADMISSION

25c

ADMISSION

25c

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