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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

World's Greatest Need." From 5:30 --Iby cruel King James and turns out
to 7:30 o'clock in the evening will be to be a leader of a band of buccaneers
Student Fellowship Hour and Forum Ipwhose nhme is terror to all who sail
meeting at the Parrish hall, 309 E.-I11 1'1l the West Indian seas. He joins the
Washington St. Rev. C. P. Harry, French flag and is tricked by the
University Secretary of the United , avaricious admiral of the fleet. When
Lutheran Church will be the speaker. -his persecutor, King James, is no
Wiierth )longer. on the throne, Blood enlists
Unitarian Church. "Captain Blood," the picturization under the English flag, pursues tho
"The Witness of Experience" will of Rafael Sabatini's stirring novel, French traitor and in a terrific sea
be the topic of the sermon by Sidney featuring J. Warren Kerrigan in the fight saves Port Royal for England.
S. Robins, minister, at the Morning title role, will be shown at the Arabella Bishop, the daughter of the
service at 10:30 o'clock, following Wuerth theatre for a week's- run op- governor and the girl Captain Blood
Sunday School at 9:45 o'clock. At ening today. The story deals with loves, is portrayed by Jean Paige,
5:45 o'clock there will be a Student's a young Irish physician who is con- who has recently returned to the
Candlelight Supper. "Has Evolution demned as a slave to the Barbadoes screen after a temporary retirement
Settled Everything?", will be the sub-s of tevo years
ject at the Student's Union discussion, Bible," "How to Teach Religion," and The original music score for "Cap-
at 6:30 o'clock. Prof. John F. Shep- "Christianity and Economics." Open tain Blood" used in New York City
ard will lead the discussion.'House will be held at Wesley Hall at by the Astor theatre will be used by
Zion Lutherani Church 1: 30 o'clock. Alice Weurful will be the Wuerth concert orchestra.
The Bible study hour of the Zion the leader at the Wesleyan Guild j Among coming attractions are
Lutheran Church will be at 9 o'clock eeting at 6:30 p. , and at 7:30 listed "Main Street" with Florencea
.t 10:30 o'clock, the pastor, Rev. E. o'clock the Rev. Charles E. Jefferson Vidor and Monte Blue, Betty Comp-
'. Stelihorn, 'will take as a subject will speak at the Wesleyan Guild lec-,son and Clive Brook in "The White
:!or his sermon, "The Fundamental ture on "The Two Courages- 'Shadow," D. W. Griffith's "America,"
superlatives," Matthew 22, 34-46. The I and John Barrymore in "Beau Brum-
student forum will meet from 5:30 to S . Paul's Lutheran Church mel" fim the play by Clyde Fitch.I
7:30 o'clock. The unanounced topic The German sermon at St. Paul's'---
vill be presented by Rev. C. P. Harry, .Lutheran Church will be given at fajestic Theatre
'University Secretary of the United 9:30 o'clock, followed by the Student's IIn "Secrets" which is showing at
tutheran Church. Bible class at 10:30 o'clock. "Two the Majestic theatre Sunday through
r.at Questions" will be the subject Wednesday, Norma Talmadge plays
First Congregational Church of the sermon in English at 11:30 four r3les, that of a girl, a young
After the Student classes at 9:36 o'clock. From 5:30 to 7:30 o'clock mother, a middle-aged woman, and
o'clock, will be the 10:45 Service of will be the Student's supper and so- an 01( lady. The picture is cast in
Worship at the First Congregational cial hour. Perry Iayden will speak. four periods, i923, 1888, 1870, and
Church. Rev. Herbert A. Jump will fourerndsh 1923ti1n88ak1s70,and
present the second sermon in his First Presbyterian Church 1865, and the action takes place both
"Series to the Open Minded," "The Intermediate Sunday School at the in the farWest and in moern ng-
Dead Hand of Orthodoxy." At 5:30 First Presbyterian Church will be isl society s tings. disall four per-
there will be a joint meeting with the hegl at 9 30 o'clock. The topic of the rkMisraladge darayr a re-
Presbyterian Young People's Society, sermon for the morning worship is to .arkable range of characterization.
and a Student Supper and Fireside be "Average Christianity Inadequate." Playing the leading male role is
Chat. The socech will be, "1s Def At 12 o'clock the discussion classes ugene O'Brien, "the perfect lover"
nominationalism Christian?" At 8:00 will be held. The freshmen, led by of the screen, who is also cast in four
:'clock there will be a motion pic- Homer I. Grafton, will discuss 'The different periods and who makes as
ture service, the famous play, Manhood of the Master." Grace Wil- !ine a daddy as a suitor.
"Grumpy," with Theodore Roberts, Jiams, '27M will lead the freshmen Completing the program the Majes-
May McAvoy, and Conrad Nagel. woinen in the discussion, "Jesus in tic theatre presents "Don't Hesitate,"
Modern Problems," and "How Jesus a Cameo comedy, a new Aesop fable
First Mehodist Church Met Life Problems" will be the sub- cartoon, kinograms, and Gene Green,
"What You Have," the first of three feet for discussion by the upperclass- known in the' theatrical world as "the1
personal sermons, will be Dr. Stalk- men, leI by II. Y. McClusky. At man with 1,000 songs," on the stage.
er's subject at the 10:30 o'clock 6:15 o'clock everyone will -go in a "The Red Lily," featuring Ramon
morning service, at the First Metho- body to join with the Congregational Navarro and Enid Bennett will be the
dist Church. Student Bible classes people in the discussion on "Church leading attraction at the Majestic
will meet at Wesley Hall from 12:00 Union." theatre Thursday through Saturday.'
to 12:45 o'clock. Their subjects will'
be: "Our Bible," "College and Re- "'flilili fiililiitltt llilll liil ifgiti l 11i 111C11Ililtill1t111E li :
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Arcade Theatre During the war between England ' of development and prosperity.
If ever a novel deserved screen im- and the new-born American nation Settlers from the New England states
mortality, if ever a story was written th'e Michigan territory changed hands had raisedthe number of.inhabitants
that was worthy of all the time and several time until finally hostilities to one hundred and seventy-five
energy and effort that was spent in ceased in 1815 and by the treaty otfthousand. With all the problems of a
transferring it to the silver sheet, that Ghent Michigan was left in the hands new state on their hands the thoughts
book and that story was "The Alas- of the Americans. Iof the people turned first to education.
kan," James Oliver Curwood's epic From 1815 over a period of 22 yearsIThus it was that in the first year of
tale of the far north, which opens' came the molding of a state from a its existence the State of Michigan
today foi a four day's run at the Ar-|territory. Michigan's first territorial I founded a University to bear its name
cade theatre, starring Thomas governor under the American flag I and to de'velope, as it has developed,;
Meighan. was Lewis Cass, a soldier of renown into a national power.
"The Alaskan" deals with those'
sturdy pioneers and hardy adventur-!r
ers who blazed a trail to the far north
in the historic gold rush of '98, and3N0 * I Q
with the sons of these brave men-. C" e
the second generation--who waged a s . 50 to $2.5O
grim a.attle against thte unscrupulous
forces who threaten to exploit the
country for their own selfish aggrand-
izeentSpecial Return Engagement
Playing the title role, Thomas
Meighan has a part which, it has been Lawrence Schwab Brings You The
said, suits him to the proverbial "T."
It is a strong, virile role and one in BIGGEST MUSICAL
wihth vast army of his admirersIBGES MU CA
will bedl ihtedosee lihniamin. COMEDY HIT IN YEARS
The picture is filmed in British Co-
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Youth, Love, Song and Laughter
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