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The Stage
AT THE WUERTH
When the much-touted Rainbow
Revue makes its initial appearance to-
morrow at the Wuerth theater, Ann
Arbor will be given the opportunity
of seeing a show fresh from New YorkI
and the bright lights of Broadway. In
the cast one finds names that are fam-1
iliar to all regular theater-goers as
performers of some note: Helene Mc-
Cree, little Gertie Hoffman, a dainty
danseuse, John Roberts and an en-
semble of 25 pretty girls who enliven
the offering with their clever dancing
and chorus singing.
The program is replete with song
and danec numbers, with King Jazz{
in supreme command, and music that
is equal to that of any Broadway pro-
duction. The Revue will play at the
Wuerth the entire week of Jan. 9.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Miss Mosestannounces the opening
of the third terms of dancing classes
for University Men and Women tin the
Nickel's Arcade Dance Hall. Classes1
will be held for advanced students
and beginners. Enroll Monday and
Tuesday evening, 7 to 8 P.M., Jan.
10 and 11. Private lessons. Phone
1545-W.-Adv.
Regular dinner from soup to ice
cream, 60c, at Chinese Gardens. Am-
erican management (Charley).-Adv.

AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

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City News

Screen
Majestic - "Life's Twist" with
Bessie Barriscale.
Arcade - Sessue Hayakawa in
"An Arabian Knight." Also'
a Bray comic and Fox News.
Wuerth--Mary Miles Minter in
"Eyes of the Heart."
Orpheum- Ben Turpin in his
biggest hit, "Married Life,"
and Fay Tincher in "A Sea-
side Siren."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney - Saturday - Dance
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.

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The next meeting of the city coun-
cil will be held on Monday evening,
Jan. 17.I
Nick Flackus and Gust Menos, both
of Ann Arbor, were taken into custody
about 11 o'clock Friday morning while
airing their differences over Greek:
politics. Menos took the side of Ven-
izelos while Flackus did not approve
of the premier at all. As a result of
the argument both drew fines of $5 and
costs, amounting in all to $9.05 in
Judge Thomas' court.
The three men arrainged by Judge
Thomas fo'r burglary will appear be-
fore Judge Sample in the March term
of court. It is believed that the ar-
rest of these men will end the epidem-
ic of robberies which has been taking
place in Ann Arbor during the holi-
days.
According to law the sheriff must
store and account for all liquor seiz-
ed. At the present time Sheriff Pack
has about three loads of liquors of var-
ious kinds securely barricaded in the
county jail.
Bring the ladies, fine food, refined
surroundings at the Chinese Gardens,
American management (Chalrey).-
Adv.

Any way you look at it -- whether from the
standpoint of purity, therefore safety; or from
the standpoint of food value, of genuine good-

LAST TIMES
TODAY

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Review of 1920.

LAST TIME TODAY
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Kill a Man's Growing Love?
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ARR I C
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A play of Youth. Love and Laughter
tNot So Long Ago"
with Eva LeGallienne and Sidney Blackmer

FOX NEWS
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Last Showings To-day

HE WAS A GOOD MIXER
UWT WHAT IS THERE
TO MIX THESE DAYS
See
AL CHRISTIE'S
Six Reel Coniedy Drama
From the
"So-Lon-yeuc"
Fanous~ Morosco Stage Success

MA CK S E N N E TT presents
His Latest Comedy in 5 RIOTOUS REELS

"MARRIED

LIFE"

NOT

A WAR

PICTURE

withBEN

TURPI Nas the

A STRANGE STORY OF A YOUNG
SOCIETY MAN WHO DISCOVERED
HIS LOVE FOR HIS WIFE THROUGH
HIS ASSOCIATION WITH A SLUM
SISTER

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STAR FOOT-BALL PLAYER

Extra

Features-

"The Colonel's Lady and Judy O'Grady
are SISTERS UNDER THEIR SKIN"
-Kipling.

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A Christie Comedy

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SHE SAW WITH
HER FINGERS
Laura had been blind from
babyhood, and, like all blind
people, had learned to see with

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THE SAFE WAS OPEN,
JEWELS UNTOUCHED
The thief who had broken
into the office was just about to

her fingers.

The strange fate.

make his get-away. And then
something seemed to snap in

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which gave back her sight to
her took away the kind friends

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who had sheltered her,

and

she fell into the hands of a
crook who conceived the fiend-
ish idea of making her sensi-
tive fingers open the combina-
tions of the safes he would rob.

in a dream when her delicate
fingers had found the combina-
tion to the safe. Now she was
awake. With a wild cry she
threw herself upon the man-.

A Robertson - Cole Super " Si
cial that Gets Laughs Out
Undertakers and Proves C(
clusively that the Only Way
Get a Dick Out of Water is
Put Some Bathing Girls in
Also
THE BOTTOM
OF THE WORL
Sir Ernest Shackleton's Tbr
lug Attempt to Cross the
South Pole

COLORED
PATHE
REVIEW

COMEDY FEATURING
EDDIE BOLAND AND
THE VANITY FAIR MAIDS

ORCHESTRA
& ORGAN
MUSIC

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