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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

OR PHEVM

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Seen
Majestic- Sessue Hayakawa in
"Li Tang Lang" Pathe News
and a Universal comedy, "A
Fishy Story."
Arcade-JWesley Barry and Col-
leen Moore in "Dinty." Also
a comedy, "Rookeries and
Squawkeries," Bray Comic
Bray Picto, and Fox News.
Wuerth-Earl Williams in "The
Romance Promoters," and Hall
Room Boys comedy.
Orpheum - Viola Dana in
"Blackmail," and an episode of
"Daredevil Jack."
THIS WEEK
Stage
CarrIck (Detroit)- "Scandal,"
Cosmo Hamilton's clever com-
edy, with June Walker, Charles
Cherry, and Corlis Giles.
Shubert (Detroit)--"Florodora,"
one of the finest musical com-
edies on the stage, with Elean-
ore Painter, on the second suc-
cessful week.

IN

VIOLA DANA

III Black Mail

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"UP IN MARY'S
ATTIC"'
Starring the beauti-
ful Eva Novak.

A story of the career of a beauti-
ful underworld heroine.

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Last Episode
"THE LOST CITY'
Christie Comedy
"Out For The Night"

JACK DEMPSEY

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and

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"Daredevil Jack"

Universal News

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WHITNEY THEATER, MONDAY NIGHT, JANUARY TWENTY-FOURTH

GABRILOWITSCH
HERE MONDAY
Brings Detroit Symphony Orchestra to
Ann Arbor at That Time
Ossip Gabrilowitsch and the De-
troit Symphony orchestra will appear
in Ann Arbor for the first time this
season on Monday evening, Jan. 24,

in Hill auditorium. The concert is in
the Choral union series.
This orchestra has made a wonder-
ful reputation throughout the country
during the short time of its organiza-
tion. Five years ago it was what
might be called a mere experiment
while today it holds a position ofrhigh-
est eminence in the musical world
Gabrilowitsch is said to have been
born to the baton. He has dominant
force, magnetism, confidence, and re-

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The "Y Inn

At
Lane Hall

pose in his conducting--all of which
inspire the orchestra to its utmost.
In the program to be offered two
especially interesting features are in
evidence. These are a work of Tsch-
aikowsky played byhillltp Abbas,
cellist, as soloist, and Symphony No.
3, "The Divine Poem," Opus 43, by
Scriabin, .by the orchestra. This last
work has been heard in few cities out-
side of Detroit.
Library Memorial Clock Moved
The memorial clock presented to the
Library by the class of 1908 has been
moved from the room, which served
as reading room before the opening
of the new building, to the upper
study room. The clock has had a
rather unsettled existence, as it has
been moved twice, the first time from
the study room of the old Library to
the temporary study room of the new
Library.
Ask George Kyer
ON NORTH "U"
AsouT THosE
ESHIRTS

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Engine Loaned Automotive Laboratory
Prof. Walter E. Lay, of the automo-
tive laboratory, recently received a
4x5 1-4 heavy duty engine for experi-
mental work in his department. This
was the loan of the Hinkley motors
company of Detroit, makers of truck
and tractor engines.

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

PRICES
Adults 20c - Matinees 15c
Children 10c

TODAY ONLY

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Friday-
Saturday

a

Good Home Cooked Meals
Prompt Service

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LAST TIMES

TODAY

SMALL PRIVATE DINING
ACCOMODATIN.AS IH6 AS-25

BOARD BY THE WEEK AND
INDIVIDUAL MEALS

SES.SU E

WUER TH
The Romance Promoters

HAYAKA

A

SCH UBERT
DETR OIT
HELD OVER ANOTHER WEEK
"FLORODORA"

in

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A Combination of love, strange events
surprises and many laughs
-With-
EAR LE WILLIAMS

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at his best

TODAY ONLY

1

G A R R I C K
DETROIT
"sCANDAL"
By COSMO HAMILTON
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The Blue Front
Cigar Store
STUDENT OWNED
Corner of State and Packard
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LUt

A Story

and Heart - Throbs
with the Charm of
an American College

of Thrills

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town and

the mys-

tery of the Orient as a
Background
In It Hayakalva
is at His Best.

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ALI CE
dOYCE
VITAGRAPH

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Do You Dance?
If you do perhaps we could
help you to improve.
If you do not, come to us
and you will soon be enjoy-
ing a good sport and health-
ful exercise. There is no
time like the present to
prepare.
The Soph Prom and Fresh
Frolic will soon be here,
Are you prepared?
Let Halsey's help you.
Halseys Dance Studios
Wuerth - Arcades - Nickels

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Extra Added Attractions

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New Universal Comedy
PATHE NEWS

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"The Vice of Fools"

Shows Daily
2:00-3:30-7:00-8:30

A tour Corunered Love Tangleo

Kiddies Qc
Balcony 25c
Parquet 35c

FRIDAY

- - SATVRDAY

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