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SECTIONAL CLUBS ORGANIZE

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AT THE THEATRES.
TODAY

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."
THIS WEEK
Stage
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
Bara, the famous vampire of
the screen, playing in person
in a real American play, "The
Blue Flame."

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CHOIR
TO GIVE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
The double quartette choir of the
First Presbyterian church will give a
program of Christmas music at 4
o'clock Sunday afternoon. The choir
is under the direction of George Os-
car Bowen assisted by Dr. M. C.
Weir, cellist.
The program is as follows: Organ
and cello "Dedication," Popper; "Holy
Night, Silent Night," old German car-
ol; carol, "Adeste Fidelis," Cantus
Diversi; three old Normandy Noels,
"I am the Master of the Grange,"
"Come, O Lord Most Amiable," "Jos-
eph and Mary"; "Lo, How a Rose,"
Praetorius; "While Yet the Christ
Was but a Child," Tchaikovsky; "Joy
to the World," Handel; offertory,
"Sarabande," Cordelli; two old French
carols, "Slumber Song of the Infant
Jesus," "The Neighbors of Bethle-
hem," "Hark the Herald Angels
Sing," Mendelssohn.
Ann Arbor's progressive merchantsE
use The Michigan Daily.--Adv.

TO HELP BOOST POOL FUND
Kalamazoo, Mich., South Bend, Ind.,
and Niagara Falls, N. Y. students or-
ganized sectional clubs yesterday aft-
ernoon for the purpose of conducting
swimming pool campaigns in those
cities during the holidays. The meet-
ings which were held at the Union,
were addressed by officials of the
drive and full details of the canvas
explained to the workers. The alumni
of the different cities were apportion-
ed among the men aid plans made for
co-operation in getting the funds.
The Greater Newark club met last
night at the Union and planned the
drive for that city.
Mexico City to Have Auto Show
Mexico City, Deo. 17.-A National
automobile show is to be held in Mex-
ico City in March, 1921, and the com-
mittee in charge announces that every
automobile manufacturer of promi-
nence having distributing agencies in
Mexico will be represented.

EVERY HOSPITAL CHILD TO
HAVE PRESENT AND PARTY
Although they are still talking
about the wonderful party that was
given for them Thursday afternoon at
Lane hall, the hospital kiddies are
beginning again to wonder about
Santa Claus and his annual visit.
Those in charge intend that every
child in the two hospitals shall have
a present, whether it be clothes or
toys. They also intend to have some

form of entertainment for the child-
ren on Christmas day.
MASONS NOTI0E-The Craftsmen's
Club will Dut on the third degree at
7:30, o'clock tonight in the Masonic
Temple, northwest corner Huron and
Main Streets. Every Mason invited.
Adv.
GILBERT'S and MARTHA WASH-
INGTON'S candies for Xmas. Pack-
ed for mailing. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.

SCGHUBERT
DET ROIT
Theda Bara ' "The
Blue Flame
GA R R I C K
Robert Milton Present:
"THE CHARM SCHOOL"

117 So. Main St-Adv.

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EXTRA ADDED FEATURES
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IT'S 1 A'BOy"
PATHE NEWS
PARAMOUNT MAGAZINE
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA

THE MIRACLE MAN OF THE SCREEN

THE GREATEST SOUTHERN DRAMA EVER SCREENED
All the romance-all the action-all the charm that is spelled out by the letters K-E-N-

T-U-C-K-Y wll be found in this fascinating story of the South-land.

There's a girl in it who

is going to win your heart; there's a gallant old colonel with a glorious code of honor; there's a
scheming plotter and an adventuress and a host of other characters, each one drawn with all of
Opie Read's splendid skill, and each one delineated by a sterling player.

SUNDAY -MONDAY - TUESDAY
SELZNICK SPECIAL

"Out of

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Snows"

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SIN HIS
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PRODUCED
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SUNDAY
"The Cradi
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