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Screen
Majestic - "Life's Twist" with
Bessie Barriscale.
Arcade - Sessue Hayakawa in
"An Arabian K~night." Also
a Bray comic and Fox News.
'Werh-Mary Miles Minter in
"Eyes. of the Heart."

Orpheum-Bert Lytell in
Jimmy Valentine."
Dlempsey in "Daredevil
THIS WEEK

"Alias
Jack
Jack:"

TO BE HERE MONDAY
The Flonzaley string quartet which
has been. heard favorbaly in Ann Ar-
bor on several occasions but not in
recent years, will, provide a- program
at 8 o'clock Monday evening in Hill
auditorium.
This quartet was organized 20 years
agog under the patronage of __Mr. de:
Coppet, % zealous art patron. At first
the 'quartet appeared only at its pa-
tron's Swiss villa. Their fame be-
came so great *that they were called
upon for concerts in various parts of
Europe and about 15 years ago made
their first trip 0o this country.
It is a significant fact that in their
first American tdurh their first ap-
TUTvTLE'S
_LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every Meal
BWUT
Room for, All Out
Last years customersr
One half -block South
of "MAY'

pearance outside of New York City
hwas at Ann Arbor.' The splendid re-
ception which they received by a
packed house on that occasion is still
remembered and is always recalled
when they return. During all these
years there has been but one change
in the personnel of the quartet. This
was the succession of Louis Bailly to
the post of viola player held for so
long by Ugo Ara.

SCHUBER
DETRT R T
WM. R OCK'S of 1920
EVU E
DE T R 0 1T
A play of Youth. Love and Laughter
"tNot So Long Ago"$
with Eva LeGallienne and Sidney Blackmer

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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 Blaekmer..

TODAY AND TOMORROW
Coulda Wrinkled Stocking
Kill a Man's Growing Love?
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Schubert (Detroit) - William_
Boch's Review of 1920.

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,AT THE WHITNEY

Law, Medical
and
Dental IRooks-
*Bought, Sold or,
Exchangedr

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-" Ann Arbor playgoers are soon to
h- Rave an opportunity of seeing Miss
Nance O'Neil's presentation of "The
'assion Flower," one of the most stir-
ring melodramas ever. written, which.
y ran for an entire season at the Bel-
mnont theater in New 'York and which
opened the present theatrical season
with a ten, Weks' run at the Schu-
bert Central in Chicago. Miss O'Neil
wvith the metropolitan cast and entire
p'duation will "play at the Whitney,
Saturday, Jan. 8.-
The play is the greatest effort of
%pain's, dramatist-, JacintoABonavent
and this was in a great measure re-
sponsible' for his winning the Nobel
r prize for literary attainment in 1919.
. ,.mth play and player brought forth
praise from the Spanish press in New
'fork oni the occasion of the first per-,
formnce at the. Greenwich Village_
"theater.Y
MICHIGAN R. 0. T. G. BANKS
LOWEST IN ENROLLMENT
With a total enrollment of only 209
students, the Michigan R. 0. T. C.
holds the lowest percentage ranking
of the 'nine institutions in the sixth
corps ,area. In this area, consisting
of the states of Illinois, Michigan, and
Wisconsin, there are nine "Institutions
mnaintaining units of the reserve of-
ficers' training corps. Some of these
are Land-grant universities with mil-
Sitary training as a, required part of the
curriculum, while others, such as Chi-
cago, Micghigan, and Northwestern,
have "voluntary military training.
Even among the 15 high schools,
'military schools, and junior colleges'
maintaining 'junior units in the area,.
there are none viitbi so small a pr
pe-centage enrollment as Michigan.-
The&-University of Illinois leads all
' other institutions with an ,enrollment
in the military department of 2700
students,
Novies Winning Public Pav6r in Berlin
Berlin, Dec. 18.-(By mal).- The
"silent drama" here, as elsewhere, re-
fcently has wvon surprising,, favor with
the public. The Berlin statistical
yearbook says attendance at moving
picture theaters now is "'27 to 1 in fav-
or over the spok~en drama." Tbere
are. 264 roving picture theaters in
Rerin with -a -seating capacity of 117,-
000 andi 34 "legitl~ate" theaters with
a cpacity of 44000.i
use, thle advertus!gg columns of The
I ichigan .Daily to reach the best of -
.Ann, Arbor's- buyer.-Adv.
Ask for the
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jThe sa ft ooking, Popuola Slo
f9 'CAMPUS
UndCLASS ROO"M
r lIdoo1, All Round College Shoe-
one High Quality as the
10O LOGN GOLF SHOE"
If your degler cannot supply~ You
Wrtte jig f'r catalog and price,
" THOMA5 I-L oGAN COMPANY
fitaslon, MA4..
aed for the Tom Logan Calendar,"
wh"ch picture, sJuitable "for framing,
': "the: Interntonal Golf match betweer
Onaimet R and Vardon

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Blue Books
Typewriting Paper

Fountain Pens
Metal Pencils

Biddle's Book Store
11 Nickels Arcade
DRESS WELL AND
SAVE MONEYN
Nobody likes to look "econoin-
ical"--
BUT everybody likes to save
money
Do this by having your clothes
MADE TO YOUTR MEASURE
You spend less because you buy
less ciftef-
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$63 i. JOA :iD IUP
Albert Gansic,. Tailor
113 South Main Street
Second Floor

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He Went for Another Girl," 13ut this is what
lie Found. And Oh! Sweet Spirits of " Pep"
HOW HL LTLI(A!NM' Hit
HAYAKAWA

A STRANGE STORY OF A YOUNG
SOCIETY MAN WHO, DISCOVERED
HIS LOVE FOIZ HIS WIFE THROUGH
HIS. ASSOCIATION WITH A SLUM
SISTERF
"The Colonel's Lady and Judy O'Grady
are SISTERS UNDER THEIR SKIN"
--Kipling.
Sc 0m I x SUNDAY
"THE B13ANDINO IRON"

MASTER OF

DAAN A

NEW ROLE AS
ADVENTUROUS

FUNS I ER

ADDED'BUSINESS OF
BRAYuwCOMIC CAMPING
FOX N Ews ARCADE MUSIC
AFTE = LUNCtI MATINEE 2- 3:30:
THlE ARCADE E VENING 7=-$830

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Girls!

Girls!'
girls!
26-
Be6uof ul
Broadway,

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Model$

Every Girl

Still In

Hier 'Teens

SH EA-MecCA LL UM
Presents

"THE

RAINBOW

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(Direct from The Palais Royal, New York)
AT THE

Wueth

Theatre

BEGINNING

SHOWS AT
2.-00-3:00
7:00 -- 8:30 1

FOR ONE WEEK
S UN DAY,
Regular Moving Picture
Program in Addition to the
REVUE.

JANUARY

PRICES :
Adults 50c; Matinee 30c
Children 20c; Matinee 1 Oc

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