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THE MICHIGAN DAILY__

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D. U. R. Will Run Through Cars
According to an announcement made
at the ofilces of the Detroit Unitec?
railway, beginning Tuesday, Feb. 1,
through cars swill be operated between
Detroit, Jackson, Battle Creek and

Kalamazoo via the D. J. & C. Ry.
and the Michigan Railway. At the
present time it is necessary to change
cars in Jackson. This will be elimin-
ated when the through care system is
re-instated.
WHITE SHIRTSI

AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

Th e Stage
AT THE WHITNEY

S C UbER T
HELD OVER ANOTHER WEEK
FLORODORA"

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DETROIT
GAR C K
"SCANDAL"
By COSMO HAMILTON

COLLARS ATTACHED
$2.25
WHILE THEY LAST
ASK
GEORGE KYER
721 North University Ave.

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WHITNEY THEATRE

Screen
1 Majestic-Allan Dawn's latest
production, "The Scoff ers."
Also Pathe News and a Para-
mount Magazine cartoon.
Arcade-Wesley Barry and Col-
leen Moore in "Dinty." Also
a comedy, "Rookeries and
Squawkeries," Bray Comic
Bray Picto, and Fox"News.
Werth- Alice Joyce in "The
Vice of Fools." Pathe Review
and a Snub Pollard comedy.
Orpheumn - Eva Novak in "Up
in Mary's Attic." Also an epi-
sode of "The Lost City."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)- "Scandal,"
Cosmo Hamilton's clever com-
edy, with June Walker, Charles
Cherry, and Corliss Giles..
Shubert (Detroit)-"Florodora,"
one of the finest musical com-
edies on the stage, with Elean-
ore Painter, on the second suc-
cessful week.
Monday, January 24
Whitney - Booth Tarkingtou's
most successful comedy, "Clar-
ence," under the direction of
George C. Tyler.

"Clarence," Booth Tarkington's lat-
est comedy, is the attraction that will
be seen at the Whitney theater, Mon-
day, Jan. 24.
During the past season this attrac-
tion played long and successful en-
gagements both in New York and Chi-
cago. In the cast of the "Clarence"
company are Robert Adams, Edward
Donnelly, Thomas Kelly, Ruth Mero,
Beth Franklyn, Florence Fair, Elean-
or Montell, Joe Wallace, Guy D'En-
nery and James T. Ford. N
The author chooses the discharged
soldier theme to write a play about.
Now, Clarence still wearing his uni-
form, is looking for a job, and "horns"
himself into the home of a rich busi-
ness man, whose household is any-
thing but peaceable. Bobby and Cora,
the two spoiled youngsters of the fam-
ily, endeaver to get the ex-soldier to
tell them something of his past. About
the only things he would admit were
that he was a bug expert, drove army
mules and didn't Swear at them,
doubled on the saxaphone in the regi-
mental band at a Texas concentration
camp, and was shot in the liver be-
cause he got in the way of bullets at
target practice.

ORPHEVM
We Can't Explain Why It Is
That Everyone Wanted to See
"UPIN MARY'S ATTIC"
Perhaps the Beautiful
EVA NOVAK
Was the reason
See for Yourself
LAST CHANCE TODAY
Christie Comedy
"OUT FOR THE NIGHT"
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The Last Episode of
" THE LOST CITY "
Latest
Universal News
MAY ALLISON in HELD IN TRUST
SUNDAY MONDAY

MONDAY, JAN. 24
SMASHING NEW YORK AND CHICAGO SUCCESS

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BOOTH TARKINGTON'S

Greatest Comedy Hit

"Clarence"

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Orlean's at Tice's Drug Store, 117 So.
Main St.-Adv.:
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
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With an Exceptional Cast

Direction of George C. Tyler

'Clarence' is the best light comedy ever written by an American."-
New York Tribune.

Fresh Florida Strawberry sunaaes
are being served at Tice's Fountain.
117 S. Main St.-Adv.
Sunday Night Lunches at Teet's
Dining Rooms. Try them. 805 E.
Huron St.-Adv.
Martha Washington Candies, fresh
every Friday. 90c. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.

Best
Seats
$2.00

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LAST TIMES TODAY

SEATS NOW SELLING

An

Allan

Dwan

Produdtion

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SHOWS AT
2:00 - 3:00
7:00 - 8:30
SRoulluo;) upunRS
WHAmT S

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(W Aw 1w er 7t,

ADULTS .. .. 30c
MATINEES ... 20c
CHILDREN ... IOc

"THf VICE f! F OIE?"

Your last opportunity today to find out

ONE OF THE BEST

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ALICE JOYCE
pictures shown here in a long time

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'JheeScoIffer'- An Allan Dwan Production

I'I"T HE

4joCOFFER~

What'll he do now?

Will Stannard Wayne hurl death at Richards, the one-time friend for whose
act he suffered five years of prison hell
Will he turn upon the frightened woman who had once been his wife, but
who had crushed his faith in all women when she fled with Richards?
He has caught them both - got them hopelessly ini his power in a God-forgotten Alas-
kan trading post. Will he kill - or bind them with the torment of the last shreds of
their own long-waned passionT

Its about a Zippy little wife who thought her husband
could'nt be too wild for her.
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY

A burst of vivid drama!
man's lies and remade by

The stgry of a man whose life
a girl's love.

is marred by a wo-

Mary Thurman, James Kirkwood, Philo McCullough, Rhea Mitchell and
Noah Beery make it all real!

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