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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE THEA'
TODAY

Screen
Majestlc- Pauline Frederick in
"Madame X."
Arcade-The famous production
"Heliotrope."
Wuerth--"Parlor, Bedroom, and
Bath.," with an All-star cast.
Orpheum-May Allison in "Held
in Trust."

THIS,-WEEK

i Stage
Whitney-Monday-Booth Tark-
ington's most successful com-
dy, "Clarence," under the di-
rection of George C. Tyler.
Garrick (Detroit)--Walter Scan-
lan, that winsome Irish singer,
in an Irish comedy, "Hearts of
Erin."
Seubert (Detroit)-"Cinderella
on Broadway," the latest Win-
ter Garden success of New
York, with 125 popular enter-
tainers.
Try a Chicken Dinner Sunday at
Teet's Dining Rooms, 75c. 805 East
Huron St.-Adv.
Paronize Taily Advertiers.--Adv.

SUNDAY SERVIS Ik
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
In accordance with a nation-wide
call by the Unitarian church to ob-
serve today as young people'ssSunday,
IRev. Sidney S.' Robins will speak at
the 10:40 o'clock service this morning
on "The Enthusiasm of Living." Rep-
resentatives of the Young People's Re-
ligious union will take part in the ser-
vice.
At St. Andrew's Episcopal church
Rev. Henry Tatlock will speak on
"The Nation and the World," at 10:30
o'clock this morning. "The Great
Quest" will be the topic of Rev. J. M.
Wells at the morning service of the
First Bap~tist church.
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas, of the Con-
gregational church, will speak this
morning on "Training the Employees,"
the third lecture of a series on "Life
as an Industry." The address will
deal with the five senses, their devel-
opment in alertness, efficiency and co-
ordinatian, in addition to a few other
qualities necessary to the successful
life, such as the sense of the fitness ,of
things, the sense of tact and the sense
of humor.
'Vhe original Christ" will be the sub-
ject at the 10:30 o'clock sermon this
morning at the Presbyterian church.
An attempt will be made to answer
the questions, "From what does Jesus
Christ actually save us?" and "How
may we obtain this salvation?"
Rev. Arthur W. Stalker, of the First
Methodist church speaks this morning

Detroit, will speak at 7:30 o'clock..
While studying for his doctor's degree
in the Louisville Seminary, Reverend
Kelly was made repeated offers by the
Southern league to play professional
baseball. He saw active service dur-
ing the war and at the signing of the
armistice was chief dispatch. officer
in charge of the largest aviation train-
ing school in England.
Bessie C. Krasa, '20, of Detroit Juv-
enile court, will speak at 6:30 o'clock
tonight in the Unitarian church on
"Detroit's Social Problems."

on "The Principle of Probabilities."
At the 10:30 o'cl9ck service of the
Church of Christ, Disciples, Rev. F. P.
Arthur wil speak on "The Saviour's
Teaching," and at the Zion Luthern
church, Rev. E. C. Stellhorn speaks on
"Those Within Winning Those With-
out." "Truth" is the subject at the
regular service of the First Church of
Christ, Scientist.
One of the Sunday evening events
will be at the First Baptist church
where Rev. Lawrence K. Kelly, of

Prof. Glover Leaves for Washington ;
Prof. James W. Glover left yesterday
for Washington, D. C., to attend a
committee meeting of the National Re-
search council. At this meeting the
question of forming a conference group
in the field of the application of mathe-
matics to statistics is to be consid-
ered.

For results advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily.-Adv.
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The Phonograph of Marvelous
Tone. Plays all Makes
of Records
Finished in, Mahogany and. Fumed
Oak. Absolutely as good as the best
makes. See them at our.store. Priced

Sunday From 1 to 2 o'clock

The "Y" Inn at Lane Hall

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SERVICE PROMPT

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New Prices
On KODAKS

SUPPLIES

M. D. LARNED
THE UP-TO-DATE hARDWARE

Special Prices on Complete Team Uniforms

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310 S. State Street

Phone 60

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"SPORT SHOP"

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Try The-Red Record

711 N. Univ. Ave.

- Next to Arcade Theatre

See our window for the new prices

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on Kodaks for 1921.

We are taking a loss on all the Ko-

daks in stock but you need not

wait

longer for them to come down. Buy

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CRANE'S Linen Lawn, Highland Linen in many colors,
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DANCE
Margie-(Fox Trot)-Rega Dance Orchestra
Coral Sea-(Fox Trot)-Palace Trio .....................$1.00
I Want to Go to the Land Where the Sweet Daisies Grow
(One-Step)
Peacock Walk-(Fox Trot).... .............. . .. $1.00
Darling--(Fox Trot)-Selvin's Dance Orchestra
Grieving For You-(Fox Trot) Selvin's Dance Orchestra...._.. $1.00
VOCAL .
My Home Town Is a One-Horse Town
Gone Are the Days ........................................$1.00,
Sighing-Crescent Trio
In Old Manila-Charles Hart ... .......................$1.00
Old Pal, Why Dont You Answer Me?
Im in Heaven When I'm in My Mother's Arms..................$1.00
Look What You've Do'ne With Those Dog-Gone Dangerous Ey'es
What You Going to Do Wnen There Ain't No Jazz?..............$1.00

VOCALION RECORDS

824 SOUTH STATE ST.

EAST and SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE.

THRUN MUSIC HOUSE

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Theatre

Monday,

January 24

GET THE HAPPY HABIT - YOU'LL LAUGH ALL THE WAY HQME AFTER' SEEING
BOOTH TARKINGTON'S ENORMOUS -COMEDY SUCCESS

"Clarence"

AND YOU'LL LAUGH LONG AFTERWARD AS YOU RECALL THE MERRIMENT OF THE PLAY.
IT MAKES EVERYBODY HAPPY
The Attraction That Was Last Season's Comedy Sensation in Both New York and Chioago.
(DIRECTION OF GEORGE C. TYLER)
To be presented by the exceptional cast, including Robert Adams, Thomas Kelly, Ruth Mero,' Eleanor Montell, Guy D'En-
nery, Edward Donnelly, Beth Franklyn, Florence Fair, Joe Wallace, and James T. Ford.

SEATS NOV SELLING

PRICES: BALCONY $1.00-$1.50; LOWER FLOOR $

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