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(Continued from 'age 9)
. and her mother is a gen
r who would rather do the
elf than ask Cora to spn

tle old
dishes
il her

nanicure. Sam, the brother-In-law,
eases being a plumber when Cora
hinks up the title "Sanitary Engin-
er," and Hedrick (Buddy Messenger)
s the little pest, a composite of every
baby brother."
"The Power of a Lie," the attraction
>r Friday and Saturday, is a picture
ith an all-star cast which includes
lable Julienne Scott, June Elvidge,
avid Torrence and Earl Metcalfe.
Orphenil
A return engagement of Mary Pick-
>rd in "Little Lord Fauntleroy,"
pen,s today at the Orpheum theater.
Our Mary" takes a duel role as the
ttle boy of Frances Hodgson Bur-
ett's story and also the mother,
Dearesl." She depicts a Fauntleroy
rho is all 'boy despite his curls, spot-
ess collars and handsome velvet suits.
Ter fall over the handlebars of a bi-
ycle, six feet high, into a muddy
treet and her fistic combat with a
ival claimant are 'examples of the
iany athletic feats which contribute
lirills and suspense to the picture.
"Top o' the Morhing," s t a r r i ng
rladys Walton, "the flapper's idol,".
will be shown Wednesday and Thurs-
ay. Miss Walton is seen in the role
f "Jerry" O'Donnell, a little Irish
olleen who journeys from the old
ountry to visit -her father in Am-
rica. Harry Myers, who played the
ead in "The Connecticut Yankee,"
as the part of a young American
anker who intends to send Jerry's
irotber up for a long term in the
enitentiary.
Earl Williams has the part of an
?nglish government official in his
atest production, "The Man From
)owning Street," which will be shown
iere Friday and Saturday..
Wuerth
"The Real Adventure," a satire on
he romance of mariage, will open a
'our-day run here Sunday.Florence
Vidor plays the leading role, that of
college girl who meets a man under
omantic -c iicumstanccs and, after a
whirl-wind courtship, marries him.
The is a keen-thinking young woman
ut her husband refuses to recognize
er as an intellectual equal. So she
akes matters into her own hands and
eaves her husband td make her own
areer and thereby-gain his friendship
and confidence.

"The Glorious Adventure," the first
photoplay in which Lady Diana Man-
ners appears in the leading feminine
role and also 'the first Prizma color'
feature picture ever made, will be
the attraction the latter half of the
week The supporting cast in this
spectacular romantic drama of the
seventeenth century includes t h e
names of many of Englands best
known and most popular dramatic
artist,~. There , are more than one
hundred and thirty parts, the 'prin'
cipal roles of which are played by
Gerald Lawrence, Alice Crawford,
Cecil Humphrey, and Flora Le Breton.

farce of clever situations and brilliant given at 10:30 o'clock by the Rev.
dialogue. Their latest comedy is "We William Spofford, secretary of the
Girls" which Miss Monstelle and her Church League for Industrial Demo-
players will offer here this week. cracy. The Rev. Spofford will also
The central figure is a flirtatious conduct the evening service at 7:30j IIETIIITU fIfTU
woman whose daughter remarks. o'clock. On Friday, February 23, the
"There must be, some way to ,make a Rev. C. T. WVbb will deliver an even-
woman out of a baby of forty-six". ing prayer and address at 4:00 o'clock (Continued from Page 9)
Mrs. Durand, the mother, does not in th chapel of Harris hall. ners." In the spring of the same year
like the idea of growing old and does "Christ and Character" is the sub- one Asa L. Smith with his wife and
everything to remain young, but is ject of the. sermon to be given this one small child, came to Ann Arbor on
worried over the fact that her daugh- morning at the First Presbyterian foot through the woods, the man bring-
ter insists on growing up. She lnsits ichurch. Two student classes will ing on his back all their property, and
that Harriet, the daughter, pose as a meet at noon. One is conducted by having one shilling in his pocket U1o01
I Prf. . D Henersn wo wil seakarrivral. >A short distance fromn Allen's
friend but soon finds in this friend a prof. W.D.Henderson whoswill-speak tt
on HmnNtr n h il, h hotel, Smith, being a carpenter, erect-
dangerous rival, who threatens to rob on, Human Nature and the Bible, the ed a house. Later he built a brick build-
her of a few admirers and annex them other by Dr. E. K. Kirkpatrick who
for her own purposes . will speak on "The Social Application ing which became Lodholz Bakery and
of Christianity." The Young People's !residence, on the corner of Broadway
meetinsgat 6:30 o'lock will dsuss and Canal streets, in the Fifth Ward.
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IGarrick (Detract)
The musical comedy, "Tangerine,"
starring Julia Sanderson, will be pre-,
sented here this week. Miss Sander-
son is supported by the same company
which broke every Broadway receipt
record for two seasons at the Casino
Theatre, Nets York. This play is a
successor to Carle Carlton's first pro-
duction, "Irene," which by its extra-
ordinary success set a new mark in
the realm of musical plays.
"Tangerine," begins in the drab at-
mosphere of a jail. Three young hus-
bands (Hobart Cavanaugh, Harry
Puck and John Kane) are in Ludlow
street jail for failing to pay the aliio-
ny awarded their respective wiveo
(Rebekah Cauble, Gloria Dawn and
Elsie Youj.) A friend (Frank Cru-
mit) imprsoned with them because
"since prohibition the alcoholic wards
are too overcrowded," agrees to pay
their -dues in this alimony club, take
then to the island of Tangerine, where
the women do all the 'work, induce
their wives to tgo there on <a yachting
trip, and thereby 'bring about recon-
ciliations-sorething he must do to
convince his sweetheart (Julia Sander-
son) that marriage may be a success
after all.
Another Alimony club* alumnus
(Frank Labor) is king of the island
His eight -wives, who -until the arrival
of the American 'women have beenl
contented to do all the 'work, in the
meantime learn much about feminine'
independence under American-niMse
laws for women. The result is a re-
volt, but out of the revolt comes a re-
conciliation all around except for the
king, who must return to his first
wife, the South Sea Vamp.
Shubert-Niehigan (Detroit)
When Fannie and Frederick Hatton
bestir themselves to write a comedy
it usually develops into a screamning

5U B I"The K ingdom of God. What "thing
IN'must be changed before It can come
SERfIE I on Earth?" The student chorus choirj
will make its first appearance at the
ANN ARBOR CHURO service this morning..
Bible school will meet at 9:30 o'-
clock this morning in the Trinity
(Continued from Page 9) Lutheran church. "Witnessing For
business. There will be a special Christ," is the sermon subject for
George Washington service at 4:00 10:30 o'clock.
o'clock for Masons and friends. The ( Lane Hall will be the temporary
Fireside Chat will meet at 6:30 o'clock ; home of the Church of hrist, owing
to discuss, "Christian Science, New 'to the sale of their former site to the
Thought, etc." University. Morning service will be
"Soul," is the subject of the sermon held at 10:30 o'clock in'Lane Hall un-
at 10:30 o'clock this morning in the til further notice.
Church of Christ, Scientist.
In the Zion Lutheran church the
pastor's Bible class for young men and IL h S ST
women will meet at 9:30 o'clock.
There will be a sermon in German at WORK:
10:30 o'clock on the subject, "Be-
lieving the Scripture." Julius J.
Hersher will lead the discussion of
the Student Forum at 5:30 o'clock on, With the completion of the steel
"Can a Christian be an Evolutionist." construction work and the awarding
A Lenten service will be held at 7:30 , of contracts for the dew Field house,
,'clock. "The First Saying of .Jesus y'
o'clck."TheFirt Syingof esu active work on the structure will. now
from the Cross," is -the subject of theks
sermon. During Lent Passion services begin within the next few days. Work-
will be given each'Wednesday .in Ger- ,ing shacks are being put up; and, as
man and each Sunday in English at soon as the weather permits, the stone
7:30 o'clock. for the walls foundation will be layed.
"The Ideal of Saintliness," one of; The H. G. 'Christman construction
a series of sermons on the religious company of Detroit has contracted for
message of William James, will be
given at 10:40 o'clock this morning at thensain work on the hoi e. Ship
the Unitarian 'church. There will be meats of stone and rick have been
a Students' Union Fireside supper and madeand are expeted to arrive ysn
discussion at 5:40 o'clock. several.days.
The first Sunday in Lent will be ob- At present, all of the steel work
served today in St. Andrew's 'church. on the building is complete except for-
There will be Holy Communion at 8:00 the roof beams on the north end,
o'clock this morning and Sunday which will not be 'put in. place until
School in Harris hall at-'9:15 o'clock. the two brick towers ,at that. end of
Morning prayer and sermon will ibe the building are finished. "The entire
building is, expected to be completed
by the first of next October.

ini -.2 A nn o rort , ooasi ninoI
houses, four new settlers being in-
cluded in the population. These were
George W. Noyes, Cornelius Oster-
haut, a carpenter, and Alva Brown.
Such were the meager beginnings
of the present site of Michigan's great
university.
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FEBRUARY 23-25.
Fifty years of service will 'be cele-
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Association of the Univeraslty of Illi-
nois February 23, 24, and 25 at Cham-
paign. Prominent men of the United
states and several from foreign coun-
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this conference, the first of its kind:
ever attempted in the Middle West.
Sir James Aikins of Winnipeg, Gov-
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Secretary of Agriculture; John D.
Rockefeller, Jr.; A. Herbert Gray of I
Glasgow, Scotland, leader of the Chris-
tian student movement in Great Brit-
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York, are among the ,men who have
received invitations, to appear on the
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