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January 08, 1922 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AT THE TREATERS

TODAY
Screen

Arcade-Bert Lytell
fingers."

in "Lady-

Majestic-"The Conquering Pow-.
er," a Metro feature.
Wuerth-"The Sunshine Kiddies
of Melody Lane."
Orpheum - Ruby DeRemer in
"Luxury."

peals to all classes of theatergoers.
-It is thrilling and at the same time
screamingly funny. Staged with all
the skill of Wagenhals and Kemper,
master hands at producing stage suc-
cesses, the play, moreover, is acted
with consummate skill.
BARNES HAS WORK
IN ART EXHIBIT
Ernest Harrison Barnes, instructor
in architectural drawing in the Col-
leges of Engineering and Architecture,
is represented by a painting entitled,
"Early Autumn," at the eighth bien-
nial exhibition of contemporary Am-I
erican oil paintings now being held in
the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Wash-
ington, D. C.
At the opening view, at which more
than 200 leading American painters
were represented, the exhibition this
year assumed an international rather
than a national aspect, inasmuch as
members of the foreign delegations
here for the arms conference were
present. Artists, collectors, and con-
noisseurs agree that this is the best
exhibition of its kind ever held in the
United States.

'~II

The regularly monthly meeting of
Mummers will be heldyat 3 o'clock
Monday afternoon in the parlors of
B~arbour gymnasium.*
Music and lyrics for the Junior
Girls' play should be handed in as soon
as they are completed. They must be
given or sent to Josephine Connable,
'23, 1205 Hill street, by Saturday,. Jan.
14, at the latest.
Girls who have signed up to sell
candy-at the booth in University halt
should report for work since a new
shipment of candy has been received
and placed on sale.
The financial committee of the Y. W.
C. A. requests that girls whose pledges
are due pay them at the office in New-
berry hall in order that it will not be
necessary for members of the commit-
tee to call upon the girls to collect the
pledges. Payment may be made at'
any time.

Women who have been doing hospit-
al social service work are asked to re-
port again at the Homoeopathic hos-
pital.
There will be a meeting of the
Freshman Girls' Glee club at 4:10
o'clock, Monday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
In 1909 the Regents passed a rule
requiring one year of collegiate prep-
aratory work for the law course and
provided that after 1912 two years
should be required.
R A Em
TODAY - MONDAY
"RIDIN' ROMEO"
With Tom Mix
Also Larry Semon in
"PASSING THE BUCK"
News Topics and Cartoon
Tuesday -- Wednesday
MARION DAVIES in
"BURIED TREASURE"
Soon - "The Sheik",

CHINESE GARDEN
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
ROAST YOUNG TURKEY
INDIVIDUAL CHICKEN PIE

I

DORMITORY TO GIVE BRIDGE I The committee in charge hopes to aO.
FOR WOMEN'S BUILDING FUND commodate 400 girls. A number of
I prizes will be awarded. Tea will be
eserved during the course of the after-
Betsy Barbour dormitory wonll give noon.
a bridge party for the benefit of its
Women's building fund on Jan. 14.
More than 50 tables will be spread. Try a Daily Want Ad. It Days.-Adv.

Rae -- Tom Mix in
Romeo."

"Ridin'

ROAST PORK

APPLE SAUCE

SOUP RELISHES

VEGETABLES

SALAD

THIS WEEK

Dessert and Drinks Included

Stage

FROM 12 TO 3

Music

Garrick
tar in
ors..,

(Detroit) - Eddie Can-
"The Midnight Round-

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AEW

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Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
Charles S. Gilpin with "The
Emperor Jones."
Whitney-Saturday and Sunday,
Jan. 14-15 -- "The Dramatic
Smash."

if

MICKIE SAYS

CHUBERT
ICHGANN

f

The Stage
AT THE WHITNEY

If you are one of those who likes
the stories of Conan Doyle, Anna
Katherine Green, Wilkie Collins, Mary
Roberts Rinehart-or the plays of
Avery Hopwood, then you have one of
the rarest of treats in store for you
when Wagenhals and Kemper present
them~ great dramatic triumph, "The
Bat;" written by Mrs. Rinehart and
Mr. Hopwood in collaboration, at the
Whitney theater on Saturday and Sun-
day, Jan. 14 and 15.
"The Bat's" record in the theatrical
world is unique. It is unquestionably
the greatest hit in years. It has now,
been playing one entire year in New
York and simultaneously, another
company, has been playing for a year
in Chicago. This is absolutely without
precedent in the theater.
The success of "The Bat" is un-
doubtedly due to the fact that it ap-

jALL w£ "k "A.aSTA,0 OW
VAOW ceLOS~A 4 "tWS ESPAPE.
FEW M S'A S'MB tN i1
PAS SEE 'EM!
l t4bfr

(DETROIT).
Week Beginning
Sunday Night. Jan. 8

II

THE DRAMATIC NOVELTY OF THE SEASON!
A POSITIVE SENSATION!
Its like is not on the stage, nor ever has been; so eat your fill of
this exotic food for it may never be served so well again."-Amy Les-
lie, Chicago Daily News.
THE PROVINCETOWN PLAYERS

Present

Mats. Wednesday
and Saturday

GARRICK

Week Beginning
Sunday ja. 8th

THE EMPEROR, JONES

I (DETROIT)
RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF
THE SMASHING HIT OF THE YEAR i
ONE BIG REQUEST WEEK
BEGINNING SUNDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 8, 1922
America's King of Popular Song and Grand Potentate
of Comedy
Mr. Eddie Cantor
"The Pepper Pod of Pep" in His Colossal Carnival of
Mirth, Melody and Merry Maids
"The Midnight Rounders"
A Glittering, Gigantic and Gorgeous Revue in Two Stupendous Acts
and 28 Scenes. A Constellation of Stars Including
NAN HALPERIN
HARRY KELLY-LEW HEARN-JOE OPP and Many Others
-- Not Forgetting -
THAT EXQUISITE CHORUS OF ADORABLE GIRLS
Back to the Pre-War Low Prices
Nights- 0c to $2.50
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday-Best Seats $1.50
Note-This is Positively the Last Time This Big Show Plays Detroit

A Magnificent Drama of the Imagination
By Eugene G. O'Neill
with

CHARLES

S. GILPIN

Preceded by "SUPPRESSED DESIRES"
A One-Act Comedy by George Cram Cook and Susan Glaspell
MANAGEMENT OF ADOLPH KLAUBER
ONLY AND ORIGINAL CAST AND PRODUCTION
One Season at Princess Theatre, N. Y.

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TODAY

GREAT FIVE DAY SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT

REX INGRAM

Producer of "THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE"
Presents His
WONDER ACHIEVEMENT

FOR THE

First Time in the United States

at Popular

Prices

ee'he
'n

RUDOLPH VANLENTINO and
ALICE TERRY
SPECIAL SYNCHRONIZED
MUSICAL SCORE BY
Enlarged Orchestra
Shows Promptly at
1:30, 3:00, 4:30, 4:30, 7:00, 8:34

on

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From the World-Famous
story "Eugenie Grandet" by
Honore Balzac

WITH

SLIGHTLY INCREASED PRICES
Kiddies-10c No Tax....10
Bacony-31c Tax 4c....35
Main Foor-45c Tax 5c....50

Rudolph Valentino and Alice Terry

No Seats Reserved

Whose "Julio" in the "Four Horsemen" as
well as his "Sheik" has made
him world-famous
AND A SUPERB CAST

Whom you remember as Marguerite
in the epochal "Four
Horsemen"

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Great Added Comedy Feature

BUSTER

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TO

The Screen's Greatest Mirth Monarch in

"THE

HIGH,

SIGN"

A comic of weird a secret society that will make the
MAJESTIC a lodge of mirth.

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