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DU U U ""' 1 L,I tion of the Reserve Officers' Train-
W, ing Corps established at various
Sschools and colleges throughout the
country. The main reason for the
meeting is that the recezl curtail-
ment of army appropriations has
President Marion L. Burton has re- made it necessary to reorganize cer-
ceived an invitation from Secretary tain departments of the work.
of war Weeks to attend a conference In writing his invitation to Presi-
in Washington, D. r., designed to dent Burton, Secretary Weeks said
study methods of training the youths that the conference ltd been called
of the country. The meeting will be "for the consideratioff of forms of
held for three days, beginning No- training for youth, adapted. to their
vember 16. preparation for useful citizenship as
A total of 64 educators and workers well as for -the effectiv. defense of
in young men's organizations have their country.'
been invited to the conference, which President Burton has not as yet

to attend the conference.

Theaters

with precious stones, are a couple of
very interesting young people.
Miss G'Brien's voice is delightful in
her rendition of "Smile and Forget"
and "Lovers' Lane With You," the
latted being a duet with Bradford
Kirkbride, baritone. The chorus has
been selected with three attributes
in mind-beauty, voice and dancing
ability.

Hungarian tough, the barker and
bouncer of a Budapest merry-go-
go-round. It is his romance, and per-
haps regeneration, with a little house-
maid Julie, told in a series of colorful
picturesque and fascinating episodes
which constitute the plot of this pop-
ular play, and form a novel comhina-
tion of fantasy and realism.

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23, is one of the most promising
young prima donnas now before the
American public. 'To her singing!
ability and winsomeness much of the
success of George M. Cohan's "The
Royal Vagabond" was due. The role
of Sue fits her exactly and she handles
it in a delightful manner. Sue Milli-
gan, the jeweler's clerk, and Chick O'-
Brien, as the "strongarm" who guards
her when she goes out of the store

fllow with scenes set in San Francis-
co, which include the Chinese quarter
and Nob Hill, the exclusive residential
district. Ann Harding is given Fay
Bainter's role, that of Ming Toy, one
of the sing-song girls who is bought
by a rich young American and turned
over to a good Chinese of San Francis-
co to be taken care oF-
A REAL HOOD MEAL
CHOP SUEY - STEAKS
Everythimg good at
Ann Arbor Chop Suey
814 S. State-Second Floor

SHITBERT-NICHIGAN (DETROIT)
GARRIC (DETROIT) "East is West," Fay Bainter's big
The first Detroit performance of success, is this week's offering of the
Franz Milner's fantastic comedy "Lil- Bonstelle company at the Shubert-
iom" with Joseph Schildkraut and Eva Michigan. It begins with a prologue-
Le Gallienne in the leading roles, a scene of the Yang Tse river, China,
will be given tonight at the Garrick where little "sing-song" birds of girls
theater. "Liliom" is the story of a are brought to the "Love Boat", a

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"Uncle Josh," and a perfect
cast of favorites in the other
famous roles.

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You'll laugh at the antics of "Happy Jack" and the love-rivals, "Seth"' and
"Si." You'll cry at the burning partings and the heartaches of lovely "Ann."
You'll thrill as the gigantic cyclone sweeps a whole town away - a climax
never before approached on the screen.
A wonderful entertainment that will cling to your memory forever.

Starting Today In All The Finest Theatres In The Country

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ADDITIONAL
Lloyd (Ham) Hamilton
"THE SPEEDER"
WE DON'T NEED TO SAY ANY MORE, DO WET
SPLENDID MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT
BY
ENLARGED MAJESTIC CONCERT ORCHESTRA

For goodness sakes, folks, come
to the matinees if you can,
for ire hate to keep
our friends w~aiting,
in line!
Same Orchestra Sunday
Afternoon

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SHOWS SUNDAY
1:30 3:00 - 4:30
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PRICE$
Sunday Matinees and All Evenings Daily Matinees Weekdays __--"-._
/ain Floor 45c, War Tax 5c, Total 50c All Seats 22c, War Tax 3c, Total 25 .------
Balcony 31c, War Tax 4c, Total ,3e Kiddies, under 12, Any Time, 10e

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