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1921. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

The Stage
AT THE WHITNEY

LAW REVIEW FOX JANUARY
CONTAINS SEVERAL FEATURES

CALL CRANE 625 F-1
for
Anthracite - All Kinds
Pocahontas and Solvay Coke
Ohio & Kentucky Egg & Lump
PRICES RIGHT

SCKHUBERT
DETROIT
WM. ROCK'S of 1920
EVUE

GARRICK
D E T R OiT
A play of Youth. Love and Laughter
"Not So Long Ago"
with Eva LeGallienne and Sidney ackmer

Articles Deal with Many and
Phases of Legal
C Questions

VariedI

Screen
Arcade- Pauline Frederick in
"Slaves of Vanity." Universal
comedy, "The Tamer, the
Wilder." Bray Pictograph.
Majestic-Robertson Cole pro-
duction, "The Stealers."
Pathe News. Majestic orch-
estra.
Wuerth-Shirley Mason in "Girl
of My Heart." Hall Room
comedy. Kinograms. Wuerth
orchestra.
Orpheum-Bert Lytell in "Alias
Jimmy Valentine." Jack
Demsey in "Daredevil Jack."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney - Saturday - Nance
O'Neil, with the entire original
supporting cast, in her great-
est success, "The Passion
Flower."
Garrick (Detroit)-"Not So Long
Ago," with Eva Le Gallienne
and Sidney Blackmer.
Schubert (Detroit) -" William
Roch's Review of 1920.
NO UNUSUAL CONTAGIOUS
CASES IN HOSPITALS NOW
There are at present no unusual
cases or eontagious diseases at either
the University or any of the private
hospitals in Ann Arbor, so far as can
be ascertained. Influenza is not ex-
pected but the Homoeopathic hospital
is prepared to handle it, according to
Supt. D. A. Springer.
As many patients at the University
hospitals were allowed to leave during
the holidays as were able. Nurses
were given three day leaves of ab-
sence.
What's that? Cheney Cravats-20
per cent off too! Davis Toggery
Shoppe, 119 S. Main St.-Adv.
|My Dairy Lunch: 1
Our food is the best
Our prices are right
HOURS
7 A. M. TO1 P. M.
5 P. M. TO 7 P. M.
SUNDAYS
8 A. M. TO 7:30 P.M.
512 EAST WILLIAM STREET
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"The Passion Flower," a stirring
melodrama which ran for an entire
season at one theater in New York And
in which Nance O'Neil is the leading
character, will make its appearance

Featuring the final of a series of
three articles on "Constitutional Law
in 1919-1920," by Thomas Reed Powell

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of Columbia university, the January
in Ann Arbor Saturday, Jan. 8, at
t issue of the Law Review appeared on

LAST
TIME

Wuer~t

ADMISSION
ADULTS 30c
CHILDREN 10c

y . yiC .J*tlJ t Ulu t
prove so successful in the eastern
metropolis, but it also had a ten-
week run in one of Chicago's largest
playhouses.
The writer of this wonderful, ex-
citing drama is Jacinto Bonavente,
who was awarded the Noble Prize for
literary attainment in 1919. The play
has received high commenadtion from
many dramatic critics, and newspaper
reports have proclaimed it to be the
masterpiece of this brilliant Spanish
author.
MICHIGAN REPRESENTED
AT N. C. A. A. MEETING
Coach Fielding H. Yost, Philip G.
Bartelme, and Prof. Ralph W. Aigler,
represented the University at a meet-
ing of the National Collegiate Athletic
association held in Chicago, Dec. 29.

Dec. 31.
Other articles are "The Suspension.
of the Absolute Power of Alienation,"
by Oliver S. Rundell and "Public Pol-
icy and Personal Opinion," by Thom-
as Barker Waite, of the University.
A section devoted to "Recent Im-
portaht Decisions," discusses the later
enactments on automobiles, brokers,
charities, constitutional law, con-
tracts, deeds, intoxicating liquors,
trusts and mortgages.
In the "Note and Comment" column
are articles on "Maritime Liens,"
"The Right of a Jury in a Criminal
Case to Render a Verdict Against the
Law and Evidence," "City Planning,"
and "Concurrent Power Under the
Eighteenth Amendment."
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

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TODAY

THE DAINTIEST STAR OF THE SCREEN I

Shirley

aeon

IN

"Girl of

My

Heart"

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

I .

~~BERT
LY

LAST SHOWS TODAY

AT THE

ORPHEUM
No need to explain who

EyCS

"Eyes

Jimmy Valentine is.

He's

of

of

yALIAS
by PAM ARMSTRONG

more notorious than leap
year -- and fully as dan-
gerous. He's craftier than
a twice-widow stalking her
third victim; and stouter of
heart than the man who mar-
ries her. ,The most magnetic
star of the screen in a play
more famous than the eigh-
teen Amendment and many
times as popular.

the

the

Heart"

Heart"

is the cm ubiation to
the richest vault ofE
thrills the screen..
P'as ever held ! I

ALSO

MNAPY MILES MINTER
REALART PICTURES

JACK DEMPSEY

S____.

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S H E A -mM c C A L L U M

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Presents

"THE

RAINBOW,

BIG

REVUE"

REDUCTION
On Custom - Tailored
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Alterations and Repairing
carefully attended to

26 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS IN DARING COSTUMES

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ONE YEAR IN NEW YORK
THE RAINBOW REVUE

GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!

Albert Ganslc, Tailor
113 South Main Street
Second Floor

The Beauty Brigade of twenty-six young la-
dies is a typical Broadway aggregation of models

comes here with the distinction of having played
three solid months in Cleveland, following a one
year run in New York.
It constitutes in all 45 minutes of refreshing,
satisfying, and appealing entertainment free from
vulgarity, but replete with beautiful young wo-

with every girl still in her teens.

Refreshing and

men and artistic settings.

entertaining, these girls are making their initial
tour of the country, having previously graced the
studios of the best known artists in New York.
The girls are captivating, and what is more,
are singers of distinction, presenting all the latest
song hits in an individually clever manner.
They also present some graceful Oriental
dances with all kinds of unusual costume effects.

NOT A MOVING PICTURE
The Revue is not a moving picture, but the 26
girls will be here in person. It comprises six cos-
tume changes on the part of the chorus and clever
singing and dancing numbers.
There s a Soubrette, a solo and soft shoe danc-
ng act, and specal music by an 8-piece orchestra.
The costumes of this Revue were designed by
Madame Sherry and are said to be very striking
and daring.
Scenically, the Revue is among the best now
touring the country. The settings are pretentious
as they are elaborate and are carriediout to the
most trivial detail.

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In addition to the Revue, there will be the reg-

ular moving picture program.
will last nearly two hours.

In all, the show

AT THE.

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Wuerth

Theatre

FOR ONE WEEK

0

BEGINNING

SUNDAY,

-JANUARY

9

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