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MAC KAYELECTURES,
W DNESDAY NIGHTt
Percy MacKaye, whose original en-A
gagement was cancelled because of a
train wreck, will be in Ann Arbor to
give his reading at 7 o'clock Wednes-
day evening. "George Washington,"c
one of his own works, will be the sub-
U a ject of his reading.,
UAST At5 o'clock this afternoon Prof. R.
W. Sellars, of the philosophy depart-
ment, is scheduled for a lecture on
"Democracy in Literature." In the
evening at 8 o'clock will be "A Curious
Mishap," presented by Prof. R. D. T.
Hollister' class in play production, in-
stead of the usual medical lecture.
"Some Phases of Wireless Commu-
nication," an illustrated lecture, will
be the subject of an address by Prof.
N. H. Williams of the physics depart-
ment, at 5 o'clock Wednesday after-
All Star Trio noon. This talk will be given in the
All Star Trio West Physics lecture room, so Is to
Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra afford the proper laboratory facilities.
J The muhsic faculty concert has been
Josephi Smith's Orchestra changed to 8:15 o'clock to give ample
time for the Percy MacKaye reading.

in "Dangerous Hours," the big Thomas
H. Ince production that is coming to
the Majestic theatre tomorrow and
Thursday, shows the Russian Duma in
session. At a cost of many thousand
dollars an exact replica of the Duma
was constructed, and seven hundred
"extras" were hired for the assemblage
of soldiers and workingmen. The di-
rector succeeded in getting mostly
Russians for the scene.
"Dangerous Hours" is a startling
story of love and violence, with the

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Land of Old Black Joe

ining Hour Emilio de Cogorza
(Home!) Emmy Destinn
Mamma usciva di casa (Mother Has Gone) Geraldine Farrar
To. 3 in E Flat Minor-Scherzo (Tschaikowsky) Flonzaley Quartet
s My Home Mabel Garrison
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cube Waltz Philadelphia Orchestra,
in G Minor (Rachmaninoff) Sergei Rachmaninoff
Era la notte (Cassio's Dream) Titta Ruffo
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Several men, who will be Candidates
for Varsity teams next year, and who
are students in 'the Summer session,
are working out on Ferry field. Wha-
len, Smith, Perrin, Weadock, and Col-
burn are the football men, who are get-
ting an edge on the other candidates-
for the Varsity by early training, and
Douglas, half-miler; Hart, sprinter,
and Forbes, prospective high jumper,
are the track men, who are taking light
workouts this summer.
Fall football training will not start
before Sept. 15, due to a Conference

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AT THE ARCADE
Madge Kennedy in "The Truth,"
which has its last showing at the Ar-
cde today, takes the role of a girl,
who tells "fibs" in recounting her vari-
clus experiences. How this bad habit
brings her into a set of circumstances
which threaten her happiness forms'
the basis of the plot.
Her near disaster cures her of the
habit, however, and she reforms with
a very strong dislike for white lies
"The jsland of Regeneration," with
Antonia Moreno as the star, comes to
the Arcade Wednesday and Thursday.
This ,production deals with the life of
a young man, who is castaway on a
desert island when five years old.
Some 20 "ars 'later, a woman,
played by Edth Storey, finds herself
there also, after she has left a yacht
on which she was making a tour. Her
radical ideas led her to believe in a
platonic friendship, which she found
later could not be.
AT THE MAJESTIC
Wallace Reid in "Sick Abed," which
is at the Majestic for the last time to-;
day, proves to be the center of interest
in this show. Of course, Bebe Daniels
as his nurse, comes in for a good share
of the honors, but Wallie's genial per-
sonality makes the show a success.
One of the most spectacular scenes

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to drop plans for a straight rail
Bard tournament, but with a tota
12 contestants, play in the ti
cushion match will be started Fri
afternoon after drawings are made
morrow and announced in Thursd
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"DANGE'ROUS HOURS"
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Entries for the two tournaments
closed at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon,
and Robert Snodgrass, '23, ihimediate-
ly announced the cancellation of plans
for the straight rail matches. It is
expected that play_ will continue a
week, and that by another Friday, the
champion of the Summer session will
have been determined.
A silver loving cup, which w ill be
secured through the entry fee of one
dolar for each contestant, will be
awarded the winner.
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