Arcade- Pauline Frederick in
"Slaves of Vanity." Universal
comedy, "The Tamer, the
Wilder." Bray Pictograph.
Majestlie-Robertson Cole pro-
duction, "The Stealers."
Pathe News. Majestic orch-
Wuerth-Shirley Mason in "Girl
of My Heart." Hall Room
comedy. Kinograms. Wuerth
Orpheum-Bert Lytell in "Alias
Jimmy Valentine." Jack
Demsey in "Daredevil Jack."
Garrick Detroit)-"Not So Long
Ago," with Eva Le Gallienne
and Sidney Blackmer.
Schubert (Detroit) - William
Roch's Review of 1920.
- 9 at the Whitney theatre under the
auspices of the Comedy club, will be-
gin tomorrow. According to a state-
I ment given yesterday by Prof. J. Ral-
eigh Nelson, of the English depart-
mnent of the engineering school, under
whose direction the play is being
given, the cast, which was selected and
announced shortly before the holiday
vacation, will start work immediately.
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A play of Youth. Love and Laughter
"'Not So Long Ago"
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TODAY AND TOMORROW
TODAkY - TOMORROW
Dr.Edgar T. Whery, of the bureau
of chemistry in Washington and ed-
itor of the American Mineralogist,
will deliver three illustarted lectures
here Thursday and Friday of this
The first of the three talks, to be
given at 11 o'clock Thursday morn-
ing in room 224 of the Natural Sci-
ence building, is intended primarily
for students of mineralogy, the sub-
ject being "Famous Mineral Local-
ities." The second lecture on "The
Determination of Alkaloids and Other
Substances Under the Microscope,"
vil! be delivered at 4:30 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in the same room,
while the third, which is scheduled
for 4 o'clock Friday afternoon, will
be given in the auditorium of the Na-
tural Science building the subject be-
ing "The Relation of Soil Acidity to
REHEARSALS FOR "BUNTY PULLS
THE STRINGS" START, SOON
Rehearsals for "Bunty Pulls the
Strings," the play to be given March
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There will appear a series of
Advertisements which are being
placed before the public by the
well-known firm of
Schlanderer & Seyfried
in explanation of '
"Why Diamonds Are So High"
"A kSlave of Vanity"
from SIR ARTHUR WING PINERO'S PLAY "IRIS"
COULD THE LOVE OF A SOCIETY BUTTERFLY OUTWEIGH'
THE MONOTONY OF WRESTLING WITH POTS AND PANS?
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D INs IRON"
THE SWEETEST GIRL ON THE SCREEN
SHIRLEY MASON A HIT
IN "GIRL OF MY HEART"
In one of those girlish roles she
enacts so cleverly-this time a name-
less child forced to flee from a cruel
guardian because of constant abuse-'
Shirley Mason is coming in her latest
Fox production, "Girl of My Heart,"
which opens at the Wuerth Theatre
Miss Mason has portrayed various
types of girl characters since becom-
ing a Fox star, but it is said that in
none has she given a more convincing
performance than in "Girl of My
Heart," which is an adaptation of
Frances Marion Mitchell's novel,
"Joan of Rainbow Springs."
SHOULD BE HOT STUFF
IN THIS PHOTOPLAY
While Shirley Mason and her com-
pany were in the California desert
making exteriors for "Girl of My
Heart," which is to be presented at
the Wuerth Theatre today, by William
Fox, the temperature ranged between
112 and 120 degrees.
SEE charming Shirley Mason being
punished by the trustees of the
orphanage-because she tacked on
the gateway a sign bearing the.
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"Abandon Hope All Ye Who En-
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