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October 27, 1921 - Image 7

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I Ht.ICIGi~AN LDAILY

AT THE THEATERS

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Let us be.
the doctor.
Just try
some of our,
steaks and
short orders.

CODAT

Scen

Arcade-Wallace Reid
Hell Diggers."

in "The

Majestic -- Will Rogers in "An
Unwilling Hero."
Wuerth-A Holman Day special
production, "The Rider of the.
King Log."
Orpheum-Justine Johnstone in
"The Plaything of Broadway."

i

Once a

customer,
always a

THIS WEEK

customer,
-AT-
STARBUCK'S
605 Liberty St.

Stage

Tryouts for the Freshman Girls'
Glee club will be held at 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon at Miss, Nora C.
Hunt's studio in the School of Music.
All freshman women are urged to try-
out.
There will be a meeting of the Wo-
men's league, with a program, at 4
o'clock Friday afternoon in Hill au-
ditorium. This meeting will be fol-
lowed by a reception in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Extra class hockey practice will be
held as follows: Freshmen, at 4:45
o'clock on Thursday, Oct. 27.
Masques first regular meeting of the
year will be held at C4 o'clock Thurs-
day afternoon in the parlors of Bar-
bour gymnasium. Every member must
be present or send the secretary a
satisfactory explanation. ' Annual.
dues will be paid and committees for
the year will be announced.
The first of the class hockey games
will be played at 4 o'clocl tomorrow.
The freshman first team will play the
junior first team, and the freshman
second team will meet the sophomore
second team.
The final match in the tennis tourn-
ament is to be played at 3 o'clock on
Friday, Nov. 4. All preliminary match-
es must be finished during the first
part of next week.
Tryouts for accompanist to the
Freshman Girls' Glee club will be held
at 4 o'clock this afternoon at Miss
Hunt's studio School of Music.
Women who are going to the Illi-
nois game and wish to stop over in
Chicago are requested to see Dean
Myra B. Jordan at once.

IW1DI

Garrick (Detroit) - The Green-
wich Village Follies, 1920.
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-John
Galsworthy's "The Skin
Game."
I -
WIN FROM ILLINOIS I
BUY A "SPECIAL" TICKET NOW I
Daily Want Ada Pay.-Adv.
SHUMERT OAN (DETROIT).
Michigan Ave. and 'Washington Blvd.
JOHN GALSWORTHY'S Dramatic triumph
" THE : SKIN: CAME "
Direct from London, Eng., and New York
Nights soc to $2.00. Wed..Mat. Sot to $i.oo
Sat. Mat. 75e to $iSo
7cto $3.00
GARRICK Matat.Ol,5Ct$20
DETROIT
Second Ann"al Revusical Comedy
GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES
original Greenwich Village Theatre Company
30 Famous Artists' Modebs

reached in the tennis tournament and
the following girls are still in line for
the championship: Seniors-Ruth
Alexander, Geraldine Troy; juniors,
Caroline Waterman, Lesley Frost;
' sophomores, Margaret Ann Keegan.,
Mary Early; freshmen, Alberta Houle,
Catherine Wilcox, Lucille Osmer, Char-
lotte Eckhert. These matches must be
played off by Friday' night.
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 the saxaphone, guitar, or
banjo.
Every University woman who is in-
terested in helping the Y. W. C. A. is
requested to sign up for selling cho-
colate bars in Newberry hall. Call
Margaret Spalding, 398.
Harry Hoey,'24, to Undergo Operation
Harry D. Hoey, '24, was taken ill
last Saturday and removed to the Un-
iversity hospital, where he will under-
go an operation for appendicitis to-
day. Hoey's parents arrived yester-
day from Poland, Ohio, to be with him
during the operation.
SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets
PARCEL,
DELIVERY
TELEPHONE.
2700
TRUNKS
'N EVERYTHING
START IT RIGHT
7:30 Breakfast
12:00 Lunch
6:00 Dinner
END IT RIGHT
LUNCH AT THE
STUDENT LUNCH
409 EAST JEFFERSON

THE

SEE.
WALLY
AS
AN
ENGINEER
AND

THE
SPOT
AND

LAST TIME TODAY.
Double Feature
JUSTINE
JOHNSTONE
"The Plaything
of Broadway"
WM. FARNUM
-I--l
"The Scuttle rs"

TODAY, FRIDAY,;SATURDA

BIG
DREDGER
SCENES

wr,

OPERATION
ALSO
THE
EXPLOSION
WHERE
ONE
OF
THE
HUGE
PIECES
MACHINERY
TOTALLY
DESTROYED

jas
LL AS VLY
WA LLACE
H- H -GE LW.
REEDE
4 .
s ")
THE1ELL
DnG E1S

FAVY
ONE
HOUI
AND
THII
MINI
OF
REAJ

SEE
LOIS
WILSON
IN
HER
BEST
ROLE
OPPOS
WALL
AND
THE
STORY
IS
ESPEC
SUITE
TO

so

Semi-finals for classes have

been

i ya r ir r-1

*

SHOW~
AFTER LUNCH VISIT THE ARCADE. MATI
IT'S POPULAR - YOU WILL ENJOY IT 2:00 an
GET THE HABIT EVEN
17:00 any
ADDED
" THE SKIPPER STRIKES IT RI
A Fox FONTAINE COMEDY
CURRENT NEWS ORCHESTRA RAMBLERS
COMING SUNDAY
JAMES OLIVER CURWooD'S STORY
"THE GOLDEN SN ARI

TODAN

The Screen's
Star

'I.
Homliest -

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Ill

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MATINEE 2:00 - 3:30-
Adults ....... 20c
Kiddies ...... 10c

T11 F-AR r R lh
lWf up

EVENING 7:00.-
Adults .....
Kiddies.

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WI'

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATUR

lorok . AdpL ./ 'w" "'

RUtI RS

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as "Whistling Dick,"
creation

the happy Hobo, another
funnier than "Jubilo."

character

The "Dixie" of photoplays, showing Will Rogers in the role
of a good-natured hobo who was aroused to heroism-but not
to work-by the smile of a pretty girl.

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"AN UNWILLING

..

HERO"

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Adapted from 0. HENRY'S famous story, "Whistling Dick's
Christmas Stocking?'

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Will Rogers and 0. Henry mix a
mint julep of a comedy that will
warm your heart and send a glow of
human kindness to your finger tips.

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Pa ha y!

NEWS

COMEDY FEATURE
"A WEEK OFF"
CENTURY COMEDY

OI
ORCHESTRA

f
C; GQDWY N PICTUR fiO~

"T

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'BIG SPECIAL ATTRACTION,

-

EXCLUSIVE SHOWING
MICHIGAN---O. S. U. FOOTBALL,
AEROPLANE VIEWS OF CROWD AND CLOSE-UP OF BOTH TEAMS,
BANDS AND ALL IMPORTANT PLAYS. Taken at Ferry Field Saturday P. M.

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Larry
Semon

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"GYPSY
BLOOD"

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