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January 15, 1921 - Image 7

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AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

Tired of taking her to the movies?
-Then drop around to the pet stock
and poultry show being held by the
Washtenaw County Poultry and Pet
Stock association all this week on
Fourth avenue, between 'Huron and
Washington streets.
More than 800 breeds and varieties
of fowls and animals are shown, in-
cluding a 45-pound turkey, a leghorn
cockerel, valued at more than; a $100,
an Angora cat, some very valuable An-
gora guinia pigs, Chinese geese, rab-
bits, a 27 pound prize winning goose,
and Pekin ducks. Ring neck pheas-
ants are present as are also the golden
and silver varieties.
Almost every breed of bantam is
present, including the Lakenwalder, so
rarely seen in this country. The white
and pearl guinias are popular, the
Texas owls always attracting a crowd.
Much interest is evinced in the pea-
cock, who- seems to appreciate the
honor and obligingly spreads his
plumage for the admiration of the
spectators.
TheaCanaries are not forgotten, al-
though the recently imported Waltz-
ing mice claim'the center of the,stage.
Some Mexican quail, received last"
week, drew many comments from the
men. For those rocking chair natur-
alists who have never hunted in the
South, a real, live skunk is on exhibi-
tion. Professor Wise, one of the best
known judges of poultry in this coun-
try, expressed the opinion that the
local showing was one. of the best
that he had seen in years.y d
The show began. Monday and will
continue every day until 9 o'clock in
the evening. .On Saturday night, the
last night of the display, the doors
will close at 10 o'clock.
In answer to the doctors and dent-
istfs of Ann Arbor, the lawyers have
made thb following answer: "We, the
legal profession of Ann Arbor, here-
with resent the allegations of the doc-
tors and dentists that we are attend-
ing the Chamber of Commerce ban-
quets ill large numbers for the sake
of publicity. As to who's who, regard-
less of the doctors, the wise ones
know." The meeting Monday night
promises to be interesting.
The board of directors of the Cham-
'ter of Commerce recently passed a
resolution asking that the race track
be discontinued and a park be made
in its place. The resolution will come
before the city council Monday night.
The date of this meeting is also
that of the Chamber of Commerce ban-
quet.

Screen
Majestic-Mildred Harris Uhap-
lin in a snappy comedy drama,
"Old Dad."
Arcade-H. B. Warner in "Un-
chartered Channels," a social
satire. Also Fox News and ai
Bray comic.
Wuerth-"Girls Don't Gamble,"
th David Butler.
Orpheum-"A Tale of Two Cit-
ies," from the famous book by.
Charles Dickens, with William
Farnum playing a double role.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney- Sunday --"The Cent-
ury Midnight Whirl."
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 the most popular mus-
ical plays ever written, with
Elanor Painter in the lead of
an unusual cast.
New Dramatic Course Offered
English 22a, a special course in
dramatic technique, under Mr. J. R.
]VNoore, will be offered next semester'
for students who have shown profic-
iency in Englieh 22, a course now be-
ing given. The department feels that
the special type of work to be covered
will require more individual attention
than can be given in a larger class.
Students must interview Mr. Moore
before electing the course.

CLEMN COLECTION
SUBJECT OF LECTURE
Librarian W. W. Bishop and Prof
U. B. Phillips, of the American history
department, lectured before advanced
students in American history at 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon in the
Library on the collection of Americana
donated to the University by Regent
W. L. Clements.
Starting with a letter written in
Latin by Christopher Columbus, and
continuing through the records of Rev-
olu'tionary times, the collection has
been selected with great discrimina-
ion.
Librarian Bishop stated that, while
other collections greatly exceed the
Clements library in quantity of docu-
ments, in some particulars, notably the
records of the settlement of Virginia
and the Puritan Colony, the pamphlets
from the time of the Revolution, and
late 18th century newspapers, this
collection has much greater historical
value.
Regent Clements has not limited his
efforts to documents on North Amer-
ica or to the period before 1800, and
consequently there are some extremely
valuable records dealing with Cen-
tral and South. America and of a later
date than 1800, the usual limit for col-
lections of this kind.

Dance at Packard Saturday night,
Jan. 15.-Adv.
Fresh Florida Strawberry Sundaes
are being served at Tice's Fountain,
117 S. Main St.-Adv.

MICHIGANENSIAN NOTICE

Bills for organizations and
fraternities are, past due and
must be paid at once.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

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Teet's Dining Rooms, 75 cents. 805 E.
Huron.-Adv.

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