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IE THEATERS
TODAY

Screen
Majestic - "Love, Honor, and
Obey," with a cast of stars you
all know. Pathe News, Para-
mount Magazine Cartoons, and
Burton Holmes Travelogue.
Arcade-Wallace Reid in "The
Charm School." Also "The
Race of the Age," featuring
Man o' War.
Wuertlh - Douglas Fairbanks
starring in his latest produc-
tion, "The Mark of Zorro.'
Hallroom Boys comedy and
Universal News.
Orpheum - Your favorite, Con-
stance Talmadge, in "The Per-
feet Woman." Also a Univers-
al comedy.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit) - Marjorie
Rambeau in Channing Pol-
lock's great melodramatic hit,
* "The Sign on the Door." It's
an A. H. Wood production.
Shubert (Detroit)--This is the
last week of the peppy musical
comedy scream, "Cinderella
on Broadway."
H. RUSSELL EVANS
TO GIVE RECITALS
Programs of a popular nature have
been planned b~y Earl V. Moore and by
H. Russell Evans, of the University
School of Music,,for the twilight recitals
to be given at 4:30 o'clock on the first
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fri-
day and on the second Monday and
Tuesday of the examination period.
The first Monday and the first Fri-
day recitals are to be given by H. Rus-
sell Evans. His programs are as
follows:
Monday, Feb. 7.
Sonata, Op. 42 (first movement)
...................... Guilmant

Fanfare d'Orgue .............Shelley
Friday, Feb. 11
Pomp and Circumstance ........Elgar
Cantilene du Soir.. . ......Kinder
Song ofIndia ......Rimsky-Korsakow
Meditation .................Sturges
Caprice in A ...............Kinder
Little Haakon .......... Mrs. Skinner
Concert Variations............Bonnet
ThityYears Ago
From the U. of M. Daily of Feb.
5, 1891.
That uare now nearly 600 American'
students studying in the University of
Berlin. Heretofore there has been no
provision made for church sittings for
any of them. For some years a num-
ber of devoted Christians have kept up
services, which they held in a German
Methodist church. The Rev. Dr.
Stuckenberg, a Lutheran minister from
Springfield, 0., has taken charge of
the congregation for the past eight
years. Some two years ago some of
the students at Berlin, and others in-
terested, formed the plan of building
a church for American students.
Accordingly Mrs. Stuckenberg was
sent to America to solicit funds for the
new edifice. A meeting was held in
Boston at which it was determined to '
raise $100,000 for the building. It
was further decided that a gift of
$1,000 would endow a pew, and $200 a
sitting. Already $40,000 has been
raised. Plans were early made for
contributing $1,000 for a pew for the
U. of M. The sum of $110 has been
raised among local churches, and
about $1,000 has been raised in De-
troit. The national treasurer is Mrs.c
Grover Cleveland. Mrs. Newberry has
charge of collections in Michigan, and
Mrs. Carhart in this city.
Sensemann to Visit Catalogue Offices
H. L. Sensemann, director of the
Alumni Catalogue office, will leave Ann
Arbor Sunday to visit the alumni cat-
alogue offices of Harvard, Yale, and
Columbia universities. Mr. Sensemann
intends to find out what sort of milit-
ary. rosters these institutions are pre-
paring, and what methods are being
used in the work. The trip will prob-
ably take somewhat longer than a
week.

Adopt Resolutions Agalinst Movies
Resolutions have been adopted by
Sarah Caswell Angell chapter, Daught-
ers of the American Revolution, the
Woman's club and the Parent-Teach-
ers' association of Perry School, and

in the legislature asking for the pass-
age of a law providing for a state
board of censors for moving pictures.
The managers of local theaters have,
been asked in a letter to provide none

in Ann Arbor.
Protests have been filed against at
least two productions shown here rec-

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set to the county's representatives I but the bestof the current productions

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-PALI DING
Athletic
Equipment
For Every
Indoor
-And
Outdoor
Sport
Catalogue on request
A. G SPALDING & BROS.
211 S State St., Chicago, Ill.

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Now York Winter d#den
G;A RTRIc K
D E T R O T.
MARJORIE RAM BEAUJin
"The Sign on the Door"

Cordovan Oxfords
at $11.00 and $11.50
Calf Oxfords
at $9.0 $10.00 and $10.60
HIGH SHOES
at a Big Reduction

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ALL N EXT WEEK
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- The
The Greatest Thing of ts Kind Ever Produced
IN 6 GREAT REELS OF UNEXCELLED JOY
"The, Kid' =
IT TOOK A YEAR TO COMPLETE - IT COST FIRST NATIONAL EXHIBITORS CIRCUIT $1,000,000
IT'S BRAND NIE W
CHAPLIN HAS JUST COMPLETED IT
" THE KI D"
BRINGS FORTH A NEWER, GREATER AND BETTER
C H A P L IN
"T H E KID" is not a Slap-stick Comedy. It's a story with a Laugh, a Tear and a Plot.
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At Twilight ..... .........Frysinger Prof. GIover Leaves for N. Y. Meeting
Oriental Sketch................Bird Prof. James W. Glover, of the math-
Liebestraum, No. 3............Liszt ematics department, left Thursday for
Rustic Dance (Pastoral Suite) New York City to attend a meeting of
....................... Demarest the board of trustees nf the Tca,,hers' I
In Moonlight. ..... . ......... .Kinder Insurance and Annuity association.

CH.ARLIE CHAPLIN7
.in1'TfH KID"
at the IAISTIC
For One Week Starting
Slr s(DAY.

ORPHEUM

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LAST TIME TONIGHT

LAST TIME TONICHT

DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS

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"THE MARK OF ZORRO''"

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In a dual role that Fairbanks is
called upon to essay. As Don
Diego Vega, the young m a n,
he leads a secluded life.
Senor Zorro, we see him ex
ecuting various exploits practi-
calfy unaided in the attempt to
free his people from the despots
yoke, What a mass of new
featst of skillhe performs! There
is a girl in the story that really
furnishes the strong love interest

Joseph M. Schenck
__. preents-
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cofte
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CONTINUOUS NO ADVANCE TONIGHT
SHOWS IM PRICES ONLY.

Scatters The Gloom Clouds
and Radiates With [the Per-
sonality of Charming Connie.
You Will Be Free From the
Blues ae the ORPHZUP!
A First National Attraction

DOG GLAS
int" M iark

FAIPJMANKS
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The ORPHEUM Managemeht
Is Returning To Ann Arbor
For A Second Showing All
First Natiogal Attractions

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