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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AT THE

THEATREs8

TODAY

Screen
Majeste-"The Branding Iron,"
with James Kirkwood.
Arcade-Al Christie's "So Long,
Letty," from the Morosco stage
success.
Orpheum-Alice Brady in "The
New York Idea."

THIS WEEK

PENNSY CLUB TO
GIVE SOMETHING
NEW IN DANCES
Introducing a new type of afternoon
dance, the Pennsylvania club will give
a "Pennsylvania plan" dansant from
2:30 to 5:30 o'clock Saturday after-
noon at the Union. It will be open to
the whole campus, tickets being avail-
able to men and women of all schools
and classes of the University.
Under the new arrangements, the
floor will be cleared and tickets col-
lected after each dance. This will
enable couples to stop in for a dance
or two at any time during the after-
noon, without the necessity of buying
regular tickets. Perforated tickets,
good for five dances may be purchased
for 50 cents at the Union and Gra-
ham's on Thursday, Friday, and Sat-
urday.
Tommy Thomas' seven-piece, two-
piano orchestra, will furnish the mus-
ic. A special feature will be the mar-
imbaphone playing of Burton E. Hyde,
'23, who has appeared several times in
campus musical performances.
Faculty Concert
Sunday Pleases

PRESIDENT TO GIVE FOUR
ADDRESSES ON STATE TRIP
President Marion L. Burton is in
Adrian today to address the executive'
committee of the Michigan State
Grange on problems in connection
with the University. Tomorrow he
will make three addresses in Flint.
At noon he will speak to the Flint
Chamber of Commerce on "The Uni-
versity and the State." Wednesday,
afternoon he will speak before the
Students lunch
409 Jefferson
High Class Food
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

teachers' institute of Genesee county,
and in the evening he will address a
meeting 'of the University alumni of
that county on "Your University."
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
use The Michigan Daily.-Adv.

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Stage
Wuerth--"Rainbow Revue" with
Helene McCree, Gertie Hoff-
man, and John Roberts.
Garrick (Detroit) - Marguerite
Sylvia in "The Songbird," a
snappy, peppy musical com-
edy.
Shubert (Detroit)--"Florodora,"
one of themost popular mus-
ical-plays ever written, with
Elanor Painter in the lead of
an unusual cast.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
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8:30 A. M.

Up
Late

(By S. B. C.)
Another successful concert by fac-
ulty members of the University School
of Music took place last Sunday aft-
ernoon in Hill auditorium.
Miss Marion Struble, violin, and
Mrs. George B. Rhead, piano, played
the allegro, adagio molto expressivo,
scherzo, and rondo movements of Bee-
thoven's "Sonata, F major, Opus 24,"
as the first section of the program.
The audience was delighted with the
easyavitality which the little violinist
displayed in her work.
Recitative, "E Strano!" and aria
"Ah, fors' e Iiu" from Verdi's, "La
Traviata" were sung by Mrs. Grace
Johnson-Konold. She also gave the
last number of the program with three
songs by Cox, Grieg, and Dell 'Acqua.
Mrs. Rhead, with her characteristic
ease of execution, brought repeated
applause from the audience. "Reflets
dans 1'eau," of Debussy, and "The.
Contrabandista," of Schumann-Tausig,
were the most popular of her selec-
tions.

802 S. Main

Home bf Sweet and Purity
Always Fresh

Phone 474-W

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Hair Shop

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Cinnamon

Toast
Coffee

Rainwater Shampoos
We do Expert Work
in the Manufacture of
Hair Goods, Switches,
Ear Muffs, Pompadrest

And Now Comes Old Man Pep's Favorite Daughter-
AL CHRISTIE'S SIX REEL PRODUCTION
'SO LONG LEE T TY'
From the Famous Oliver Morosco Success A Robertson Cole Super-Spee
A TALE OF SWAPPED HUSBANUS AND WIFES
and THE BOTTOM OF THE WORLD
Sir Ernest Shackelton's Thrilling Attempt To Cross The South Pole
Tomorrow and Thrsday

12:00 M.

The

Clock

Struck

Twelve!

A

707 No.

University Avenue

Light
Lunch

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It was Time for Connie McGill to Leave . . . . . She, a Lonely Little
Kitchen Maid, Who, Like Cinderella of Old, Was Given One Glorious
Night Out Among the Rich Folk, Away from Her Pots and Pans

Hamburger
Sandwich

Fruit Salad

Hot Chocolate

12:05 A. M.

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the Dance

Hot

Maple Walnut
Sundae

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A plot with a triphammer punch-a cast
of faihlous actors - masterly direction -
beautiful photography.
"The Branding Iron" has everything a
really big picture should have-and more.

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Prince Charm

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'ICATHSRiNE NEWLIN BURT
A1EGINIL A MPROUTO
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Is Just the

Sort of Girl that You'd Like for
Still, for a Sweetheart

a Sister-or, Better

MR. REED'S ORIGINAL ROMANTIC FANTASY
Adapted for the Screen by the Author himself

Directed by DALLAS FITZGERALD Motion photography by John Arnold Art Interiors and Effeets by A.E. Mantz
BAYARD VEILLER- Director of Productions

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