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October 25, 1921 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AT THE THEATERS

JAome n ..

tOD A Y

Sereen

,Arcade -- Elsie Ferguson
"Footlights."

in

Majestic-Buster Keaton in "The
Haunted House."
Wuerth--Jack Holt in "The Grim
Comedian."
Orpheum-Marshall Nellan pre-
sents Randall Parish's "Bob
Hampton of Placer."

--There will be a meeting of the Jun-
ior Girls' play committee at 4 o'clock
Tuesday, Oct. 25, at the Delta Delta
Delta house.
Tryouts for the Freshman Girls'
Glee club will be held at 4 o'clock
Wednesday and Thursday afternoons,
Oct. 26 and 27, at Miss Nora C. Hunt's
studio in the School of Music. All
freshman women are urged to tryout.
Tryouts for Mummers' play, "Enter
the Hero," will be held from 3 to 5
o'clock Wednesday in the parlors of
Barbour gymnasium. Copies are avail-
able in the upper reading room of
the Library. All members are eligible.
Miss Case's extra class for instruc-
tion in tennis will be given from 1 to

3, o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Oct.
26f
Athena Literary society will hold its
regular meeting at 7:15 o'clock this
evening in the Alpha Nu room, Univer-
sity hall. Both old and new members,
are requested to be present.
The regular meeting of the Girls'
Mandolin club will be held at 7:30
o'clock Thursday evening in Newberry
hall. This meeting is not only for
the old and new members of the or-
ganization but for any women who
can play them saxaphone, guitar, or
banjo.
Diehl-Sweeney Wedding Announced
Agnes Diehl, '22, and Jay P. Sween-
ey, '23L, were married on Oct. 22 in
Bay City. Sweeney is a member of
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Mr. and
Mrs. Sweeney are residing in Ann
Arbor.
BUY A "SPECIAL" TICKET NOW

FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE
GIRLS' HOCKEY TEAMS CHOSEN
Lists of the sophomore and fresh-
man class hockey teams have been
posted as follows: Freshmen, first
team: M. Barnum, E. Bishop, F. Bon-
ner, M. Corey, A. Crause, D. Eggert,
M. Howell, K. Livingston, B. Luce, L.
Osmer, M. Spaulding, K. Styer, C.
Stickle, C. Wilcox, G. Dunster; second
team: N. Asher, M. Davis, M. Gamble,
W. Gridlay, E. Kadow, D. Knapp, L.
Lake, R. Lee, E. Liebermann, M. Mc-
Kenzie, F. Shook, A. Simmons, M.
Smalley, G. Trowbridge, M. Wicker-
sall.
Sophomores, first team: D. Bishop,
D. Bogan, L. Brewer, W. Craigie, M.
Early, D. Davis, M. Hays, L. Kessing-
er, D. Knoepp, J. Miller, E. Milnes, D.
Lippold, E. Lauver, L. Walker, M. Wil-
lis; second team: M. Brown, J. Beck-
ham, H. Delbridge, H. Hoad, H. Hori,

M. Keegan, E. Klotz, B. Knast, D.
Maitland, E. Pike, S. Randall, 0. Rich-
ards, F. Wilson, C. Woodward, R. Zan-
ella. These sophomores must report'
for practice and instructions at 4:46
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25, at
Palmer field.
The class games are scheduled. as
follows: Wednesday, Oct. 26, sopho-
more first team vs. senior first team;
Friday, Oct. 28, freshman first team vs.
junior first team, and freshman second
team vs. sophomore second team; Mon-
day, Oct. 31, freshman second team
vs. sophomore second team. The "cup
game" will be played on either Wed-
nesday, Nov. 2, or Friday, Nov. 4, the
date to be finally decided later.
If for any reason a girl cannot be
present at the above listed games, she
must inform her captain or manager at
once.

Girls Attention! Rain water sI
coos, hair dressing, marcel-wav
face and scalp treatment. Wigs
rent. Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 111
University Ave., side entrance. Pb
696-W.--Adv.
Special three piece orchestra e
evening from 6 to 7:30 P. M. at
nese Gardens.-Adv.
GA R R ICK Nights -.ol 75C tc
DETROIT
Second Annual Revusical Comedy
GREENWICH VILLAGE- FOLI
original Greenwich Village Theatre Com
30 Famous Artists' Models
SHUBERT A (DETRO
MICHIGAN(IE RO P
Michigan Ave. and Washington Blvd.
JOHN GALSWORTHY'SDraMaticsTMum
" THE : SKIN: CAMI
Direct from London, Ung., and Ncw Yo
Nights Soc to $2.oo. wed. Mat.-Soc to
Sat. Mat. 75c to $.5o.

THIS WEER

WIN FROM ILLINOISI

Stage

Garrick (Detroit) - The Green-
wich Village Follies, 1920.
Shubert Michigan (Detroit-John
Galsworthy's "The Skin
Game."

I

EEL

EVENING 7:00 - 8:30
Adults ....... 30c
Kiddies .... ... 1 Oc

THEAY E 4
(Vu oftj ft I

Kiddies ...... lOc

MATINEE 2:00 - 3:30
Adults ....... 20c
~,Kiddies .. .... I tc

II

s-

WD( FROM ILLINOIS 2

I

~r . 'OLDWY1N r tl
r IC K LLOYD'S PRODUCTIO!
A, GRIM COMEDIAN

TODAY ONLY
A GREAT COMEDY WITH

BUY A "SPECIAL" TICKET NOW?1
LAST TIME TOINICHT!

BUSTER KEATON
IN 80 MJNUTES OF HILARITY
"THE HAUNTED HOUSE"
OTHER FEATURES
STARTING WEDNESDAY -

JACK HOLT

supported by

RITA ;JEfMlVA
D,7recfecIti
FRANK LLOYD]~j
PICTUj

A STAR CAST

Will

Rogers

Marshall
Neilan's

IN ANOTHER LAUGH FEST

"Bob

Hampton
of

"An Unwilling Hero"
MICHIGAN vs. ILLINOIS
FOOTBALL

Placer"

on miniature

Play by Play
gridiron with moving football. Saturday afternoon.

MEMNON,

SPECIAL NOTICE
MICHIGAN - OHIO GAME
HERE
STARTING WEDNESDAY

SPECIAL NOTICE
MICHIGAN - OHIO GAME
HERE
STARTING WEDNESDAY

STARTING TOMORROW
EXCLVSIVE SHOWING M I C H I G A N o H I 0 GAME Tacken from
AN AEROPLANE. SEE AT CLOSE RANGE THOSE.PLAYS YOU DID NOT UNDERSTAND. SEE THE STADIUM FILLED AS IT NEVER WAS BEFORE.
SEE THE CLOSE-UP OF BOTH TEAMS AND COACHES. FIVE MINUTES OF REAL ACTION. THIS IS NOT A NEWS WEEKLY BUT A PICTURE TAKEN
SPECIAL FOR THIS THEATRE.
JESSE L. LASKY Presents

w

ALLACE

REID

IN

"THE

HELL

DIGGERS"

And Winsome

' .

SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES
MATINEE LAST FEATURE EVENING
2:00 AND 8:80 STARTS 9 P. M. 7:00 AND 8:80
LAST TIMES TODAY I

LOIS

WILSON

i
dt ' r,

a- 1k

a ,
.Pra- w

Grit!

p
inuti~r
JRES - A CHRISTIE COMEDY: "SOUTHERN
- PATHE FABLES- NEWS -ORCHESTRA

Sand, fighting blood - and a great love!
the tune of THIS picture!l

That's

A story that smashes through to the biggest ting.
ling he-man triumph since you saw Wallace Reid in
"The Valley of the Giants."
A romance of gold and guie in the primitive West.
Of towering mountain, rushing river, endless plain,
and among them - titans battling for mastery!
Mother Nature in all her beauty. Human nature at
its best and worst. And beating through all - a
heart!

THE CAST
Teddy Darman, a Hell Digging Dredgeman............ Wallace Reid
Dora Wade, a Farmer's Daughter.....................Lois Wilson
John Wade, a Farmer Leader .................... Alexander Broun
Calthorpe Masters, a Dredging Manager................Frank Leigh
Silas Hoskins ...............................Lucien Littlefield
Silverby Rennie, President of the Dredging Co.....Clarence Geldart
Fat Farmer ........................................ Bud Post
OTHER ADDED FEATURESe .
A FONTAINE Fox COMEDY
"THE SKIPPER STRIKES IT RICH"

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