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Years Ago

AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

(Note-With the aim of contrasting
humorously the campus life of "the
old days" with that of the present,'
The Daily begins with this issue a
series of 'news items and editorials
clipped from the issues of thirty years
ago. The item below was in The
Daily for Dec. 17, 1890.)
DANCING CLUB
Now we have it-a novel idea. Since
the University can not have a gym-
nasium or any other means of exer-
cise, we will dance, thus supplying
not only the need for healthy motion
but also promoting social intercourse.
With this idea the Students' Dancing
club has been formed, which propos-
es to "tip the light fantastic" every
Wednesday evening the remainder of
the school year. For this -purpose
Granger's hall has been secured. The
first party, was given last night, at
which the limited -number of twenty-
four couples were present. Dancing
was indulged in from eight to ten
o'clock and everybody went away feel-
ing much pleased with the result of
the new venture.
DIXIE CLUB GIVES ANNUAL
CHRISTMAS PARTY TONIGHT
The Dixie club will hold its annual
Christmas party tonight at the Pack-
ard from 9 to 1 o'clock. George W.
Gardner, '21, is chairman of the com-
mittee to arrange for the dance. Nobe
Wetherbee's orchestra will furnish the
music.
All Dixie men are welcome. Those
unable to obtain tickets beforehand
may secure them at the door.
Michigan Daily liners bring re-
sults.--Adv.

Screen
Majestic--Wallace Reid in his
latest, "Always Audacious."
Pathe News. Paramount mag-
azine, and a Mack Sennett
comedy, "It's a Boy."
Arcade-Enid Bennett in a de-
lightful comedy, "Silk Hosi-
ery." Also "Dry Cleaned,"
"Fine Feathers," and a Bray
comic.
Wuerth - Joseph Dowling in
"The Kentucky Colonel," Opie
Reed's famous story. Van-
ity Fair comedy and Pathe
Review.
Orpheum-Marshal Neilan's pro-
duction, "Don't Ever Marry"
and an episode of "The Lost
City."
Stage
Whitney - Varsity Glee and
Mandolin club presenting a
snappy minstrel show, "Min-
strelsy."
Garrick (Detroit)--"The Charm
School," a bewitching musical
comedy by Alice Duer Miller
and Robert Milton -and a
touch of music by Jerome
Kern.
Schubert (Detroit) - Theda
sara, the famous vampire of
the screen, playing in person
in a real American play, "The
Blue Flame."

City News
The surface drainage sewer being
put in by the street department on
Hill street from Church to Lincoln,
will be finished in about two weeks,
according to Alfred J. Paul, com-
missioner of streets. The completion
of the sewer at the present time will
leave Hill street ready for paving
next summer. The new pavement will
be laid from State street to Wash-
tenaw avenue.
Miss Nellie S. Loving, librarian of
the Ann Arbor public library, is car-
rying out a new plan of education for
the grade school students. The sixth,
seventh, and eigh.th grades are shown
the use of the files and how to find
the book or periodical that they want
in the library. They also learn the
use of the several encyclopedias. This
work is done by Miss Meta Henne, in
charge of the childrens room. Lists
have also been compiled of books in-
teresting to boys and girls and which
they are encouraged to use.
The Chamber of Commerce expects
to inaugurate an educational cam-
paign in Ann Arbor concerning the
housing situation. It is expected that
the influx of workers due to the build-
ing of the stadium, the new University
hospital and other buildings planned
for the summer will tax the already
limited supply of homes. The cam-
paign is being prepared under the di-
rection of Roscoe Bonisteel, secretary
of the Chamber of Commerce.
Catholic Club to Give Dance Saturday
The second of a series of informal
dances will be given by the Catholic
Students' club from 2:30 to 5:30
o'clock next Saturday afternoon at the

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fo
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ackard dancing academy. Tickets
or the dance are on sale at Slater's
ookstore.
Ask for the
The Smart Looking, Popular Shoe
for CAMPUS
andCLASS ROOM
Ideal, All Round College Shoe
Same High Quality as the
TOM LOGAN GOLF SHOE
If your dealer cannot supply yoU
write us for catalog and prices
THOMAS H.LOGAN COMPANY
Hudson, Mass.
Send for the Tom Logan Calendar,
which pictures, suitable for framing,
the International Golf match between
Ouimet, Ray and Vardoji.

GA R R I c K
D E T R O 1T
Robert Milton Presents
"THE CHARM SCHOOL"

SCHU13ER
DETROIT
Theda Bara in ;'h,
Blue ah

ARADTODAY - TOMORROW
Enid ennett

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TUES., DEC.21
(One Night Only)
"The John McCormack of Comic
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'Silk. HOsiery' A Paramount Picture

" A "FIRST NATIONAL" ATTRACTION PRESENTED BY
MARSHALL NEILAN
STARiUING
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In the Saturday Evening Post Story
"ALWAYS AUDACIOUS"
BY BEN AMES WILLIAMS
EXTRA ADDED FEATURES
MACK SENNETT COMEDY
"IT'S A BOY"
PATHE NEWS PARAMOUNT MAGAZINE
SPECIAL
s SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
THE MAJESTIC QUARTETTE

NEXT SUNDAY

WM.
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