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'HIGAN D.

.ILY

t

TODAY
Screen

Arcade-Katherine MacDonald in
"Stranger Than Fiction."
MaJestic -- "The Sheik," with
Agnes Ayres and Rudolph Val
entio.
Wuerth-Elaine Hammerstein in
"Remorseless Love."
Orpheum -- James Oliver Cur-
wood's "God's Country and the
Law."

.:Women
Dean Myra B. Jordan will not be at
home to University women today.
All women whohhave charge of
some phase of the Christmas~ bazaar
will meet at 4 o'clock this after-
noon in the blue room- at Martha Cook
building. They should have ready ,a
complete report of their committee.
Junior girls who have not yet paid
the tax of $1 which has been levied to
cover the expenses of the Junior Girls'
play, should pay it today at the
table in University hall.
Masques' Christmas play will not be
given Saturday night, as first planned,
but will be held on Friday, Dec. 9. All
members of the cast are requested to
note this change.
All junior girls interested in writ-
ing music or lyrics for the Junior
Girls' play will meet at 4 o'clock this
afternoon in the parlors of Barbour
gymnasium. The play will be read
and definite assignments given.

All members of Masques in thel
"cathedral scene" of the Christmas
play will rehearse with Professor Nel-
son at 4 o'clock this afternoon in Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall,
There will be a short business meet-
ing of T-Square at 5 o'clock this after-
noon in the Engineering building.
Ann Arbor Girls' club will meet at
7 o'clock tonight at Lane hall.

Students

To Give

initial

Concert

Fresh Foresters to Hear Prof. Sauer
Prof. C. 0. Sauer, of the geography
department, will address the freshman
foresters at their next meeting on
Dec. 6. His subject will be "Forestry
from a Geographer's Viewpoint." All
freshman foresters are requested to
attend this meeting which is the sec-
ond of the series of talks that are be-
ing given for them.
Yoshi Lecture Engagement Cancelled
Professor Yoshi, of Baroda college,
India, who was to speak tonight in
Natural Science auditorium under the
c #pices of the Cosmopolitan club, is
unable to appear in Ann Arbor at
this date. The lecture engagement
has been cancelled.
A ReliablejewelerI
CHAPMAN
113 South Mair
GARRICK Mat. - scto$150
Nighits Nilt - Soc to $2. o
DETROIT sat. Mat. 50c to 2.00
The Sm 'rt Musical Comedy
IRENE
New York Cast and Production

DETROIT .
ARCADIA AUDITORIUM, TUES. EVE., DEC. 6
CHALI APIN
RUSSIA'S GREATEST SINGER
TICKETS \ OW SELLIN G AT GRINN iELL BROS.-DETROIT
Cliristmas Suggestions
Ivory Toilet Articles
Perfumes
Manicure Sets

THIS WEEK

Stage

Garrick (Detroit)-"Irene." mus-
ical comedy. Second week.
Dec. 6 to 10
Whitney-Michigan Union Opera
"Make It For Two."

Students of the piano, violin and
voice departments of the School of
Music, will give the first students'
recital of the season at 8 o'clock to-
morrow evening at the School of Mus-
ic. In former years it has been the
custom to hold these recitals in the
afternoon, but this year, due to the
importance of the recitals from the
pupils' point of view and due to the
high quality of the work done, they
are to be gi'ven at night in order that
all who wish may attend.
Latest in doll creations for Christ-
mas at the Palais Royal, 304 South
Main St.-Adv.

Thermos Bottles

Stationery

The Eberbach F& Son Co.

200-204 E. Lberty St.

4
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THE WILLIAM FOX WONDER PICTURE
"Over the Hill"

NW

ONE SOLID YEAR IN NEW YORK
7 STRAIGHT WEEKS IN DETROIT

LAST TIME TODAY
James Oliver
Curwood'S
"Gods Country
and
The .Law"

MATINEE 2:00 - 3:30
Adults ....... 20c
Kiddies ...... 1Oc

T7T

:

LAST TIME TODAY

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

Elaine Hammerstei

T THERE MUST BE

A REASON

--- IN

Wuerth

STARTS
SUNDAY,
DEC. 11TH

"REMORSELESS

LOVE

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£

LAST TIMES TONIGHT

Ka,_ e7-,,

Mac Don a ' d
in
SStranger
ThanFiction
Thrills, laughs,
surprises and
sensations in a
startling story of
the underworld,
Nr ellmaxing in
i'i. A Death-Defying Circus Un-
pararelled on The Screen;

NOW SHOWING

~ALsN-SAYf

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]REGULTAR ADDEiW 1JVE iTES4

TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
ALICE BRADY

-IN-

"Dawn of the East"

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. AND
RV"DOEPH VAL!ENTINO
THE NEVER-TO-BE-FORGOTTEN STAR OF*
"THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE
APOCALYPSE"
A flaming romance of desert love! Flinging away the
trappings of civilization! Leaving the "lady" only. a wo-
man, the "gentleman" only a man.
The tale of a lawlessi Arab Chief who loved an English
beauty - and took her! Stormed her caravan - car-
ried her off to his tent - lost her - fought for her -
mastered her - won her, heart and soul!

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A romance all colored with barbaric splendor.
and free as a galloping Bedouin. Racing through
that thrill with their beauty and daring.

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MUSICAL INTERPRETATION

BY

L£uve,
Adventure, Intrigue
From the monsoon-swept channels of
the Yellow Sea drifts this romance of two
hemispheres. Don't miss it!

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Special Enlarged
Orchestra
USUAL ADDED NOVELTIES
INCLUDING
CHRISTY COMEDY
PRICES
EVENIWS
Balcony-35 Main Floor-50c Kiddies-10c
WEEK DAY MATINEES
All Seatm 25c

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