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MICHIGAN DAILY

S CHUBERT
Te Merry MusicalPlay
Laughs Galore Songs A Plenty

GA R R I
DETROIT
FLORENCE VOOORE in
"BREAKFAST IN BED"
IT'S A SCREAMA

AT THE THEATE
TO MY

US
I

IBRYAN A REACTIONARY?

COMMUNICATION SAYS
LESS GULLIBILITY TO
BRYAN THAN DARWIN

TAKES
BELIEVE

Screen
Majestlc-Enid Bennett in "Her
Husband's Friend." Also Pathe
News, Paramount Magazine
and Burton Holmes travelogue,
Arcade-Will Rogers, the cow-
boy comedian, in "Honest
Hutch." Also a special com-
edy, "How Ho Could Dance."
Wuerth - J. Stuart Blackton's
production, "Forbidden jVal-
ley." Pathe Review and a Pol-
lard comedy.
Orpheum - James Oliver Cur-
wood's "Back to God's Coun-
try." Mermaid comedy, "A
Fresh Start," and Universal
News.
THIS WEEK

I

and loving kindness, to say.nothing of
his political virtues." But how does
he know that Mr. Bryan was unbon-
scious of his "fashion of thought that
satisfied the reactionary thinkers of
60 years ago?" Perhaps Mr. Bryan
knew all the time that he was a "re-
actionary" but didn't care a whit for
the slanderous title. I understand
that many enjoyed Mr. Bryan's address
and agreed with him. Of course, they
als are "reactionaries." "Give a dog
a bad name and then hang it." "Re-

actionaries" must be bad people. .The
name sounds bad enough anyway. Are
the reactionaries therefore as good as
dead and done for? As one of them,
I can testify that they don't feel that
way, in spite of the evolutionists and
agnostics.
But one would think that "Alum-
nus" himself is a reactionary, for he
seems to believe in the doctrines of
Darwin and Huxley, whose theories, if
I mistake not, were some time ago
(Continued on Page Six)

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
"Alumnus" is able, by some secret
process of his own, to detect "delight-
ful unconsciousness" in Mr. Bryan,
the same Mr. Bryan that he credits
with "obvious sincerity, unselfishness,

11l
to

UNION

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11

a

TODAY AND TOMORROW

DANCES

HAVE BEGUN

TODAY AND SATURDAY

Stage
Garrick (Detroit) - Florence
Moore in a side-splitting farce,
"Breakfast in Bed."
Schubert (Detroit)~- The Sel-
wyn's happy musical play,
"Buddies," direct from New
York with Charles King, Vir-
ginia O'Brien, and Lawrence
Wheat.

The discouraging fact that you
are unable to dance graceful-
ly will probably restrain you
from attending your class
dances.
I will guarantee to teach you
all the modern dances grace-
fully and artistically in eight
lessons.
LE VERNE M;
HALSEY'S
II STUDIO10S
WUEUTH ARCADE q
IL-

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I i

ORPHEUMI

4

"When you get the wood in, son, go dig me;
goin' fishin."

some worms, I'm

TODAY AND SATURDAY
2- DAYS ONLY - 2

as .

But something happened on that fishing trip that changed the
whole life of the lazy, shiftless but lovable Old Hutch.
No more appealing story was ever screened-and no better
character-acting since Joseph Jefferson's "Rip Van Winkle."
Samuel Coldwyn ARe-ents
Hlones x uch
Adapted from the story "OLD HUTCH LIVES UP TO IT
y G arret Smith
Nectqk Clarence Badger

¬ęBack to God's

ENID

.7

Country
From the Story "Wapi the Walrus,"
by
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION

BENMNETT

IT

"Her

Husband's

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ADDED FEATURES

Fr

I

"TIE LOST CITY"

HOW HE CO ULD DA NCE
B R A Y ARCADE ORCHESTRA
C 0 M I C WILL RENDER
"FALLING WATERS" S PE C I A L MU S I C

. NOTE-This serial has been transferred from the. Wuerth and
will continue it every
FRIDAY -, SATURDAY
U NIVERSAL ME RMAID
AND
NEWS COMEDY
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES

a romantic comedy drama that will invariably please most

everyone.

We're sure you'll enjoy it.

Come!

PATHE NEWS

MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA

I

You

2kry

Have

Your

Choice

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E CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON FVRNISHINGS
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