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The management of the Majestic is
tten y Chiago A um us offering a varied program this week
that will be likely to please patrons
march tune, Against the brutal force of tyranny, of this theater. Tom Linton and his
given a set 'Old Glory' leads the way. Jungle Girls appear in a miniature
musical comedy with tropical atmos-
y."Shout! Cheer, Hip, Hoora phere in abundance and an attractive
hicago The1 Fight for the U. S. A. chorus. Tom Shaw's Comedy Circus
sing much in- introduces a number of trained ani-
"America, put on your shield, mals; Al Abbott appears in the "Vil-
ental patriotic! On every battlefield the sabre wield, lage Songster"; and "Their First
he home and Fight on to victory for Liberty and Quarrel," is a humorous conversa-
say that there the U. S. A. tional skit that introduces Billy Du-
in permanent. America, with purpose true, Val and Merle Simonds.
on the wane, With all our might we'll fight for you; Novelty dances and beautiful cos-
4y Boy" is a We pledge our lives to you, America! tumes make Mae Le Fevre's act a fit-
ting conclusion to the program.
e experts on
"For America "America, in War's great game, The photoplay for today features
stay because No blot of shame, Douglas Fairbanks in "The Habit of
rous qualities I E'er marred your fame. Happiness.
Your strife has always been for Liber- In searchin
In earhig your mind for a suit-

terday afternoon in Barbour gymnas-
ium under the management of the
Girls' glee club. During the inter-
mission the club sang "Dinah" by
Clayton Johns with Catherine Coburn,
'19, as soloist; the "Waltz Song" from
"Faust" and "For America and Liber-
ty',' Anna Noble, '20, soloist.
Mrs. Arthur G. Hall, Mrs. William
Kilpatrick, Miss Nora Crane Hunt,
Miss Agnes E. Wells, Miss Grace
Greenwood, and Miss Louise Potter
chaperoned.
It is the gifts of quality that brng
appreciation from your friends and
make you value shopping downtown
at DeFrie's Art Store. -Adv.
Use the Daily classiled columns.

il Poetry" and V 1Ure/Iw
"The Rebellion of Mr. Min
Trues-i S-mily Stevens in "T
Cr (Ret) and Billy WestC
Wed-19-Gladys Brockwell in
science" and Mutt and Jiff
"Fuke Ieroes."
D~e~C-20-2-"Jack and the Bean
llec. 2 -"The Birds' Christ-as

226 E. Liberty.

Phone

G090HEW FL

America and Liberty"
aerica and Liberty," as the
is called, has a history that
iteresting to every Michigan
t originated with "Varsity."
of which was composed by{
oore, '12, now a member of,
y of the School of Music,
Dyrds were written by J. Fred
2, on an occasion when the
nd was on the verge of dis-

ty to all Humanity.
"America, the record clear
You hold most dear,
Your sons who die for you, America."
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able gift, DeFries Art Store should be
your lrst assistant, downtown at 223
S. Main St.-Adv.

Rae Theatre
TODAY AND MONDAY
Triangle Feature-Wm. Desmond
in "Flying Colors". Comedy and
Rae News.

Flowers
Plants
Ferns

Corsages

Recreation

makes for

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Dr. L. L. Davis, '84, Writer
ect of The writer of "For America and Lib-
ng at erty," Dr. L. L. Davis, '84, of Chicago,
' so- was among those of the Michigan
hurch alumni who were ignorant of the ex-
Polish istence of "Varsity" until he first heard
Zow- it last summer on a Victor record.
The inspiration of the new song of
his alma mater was sufficient to en..
courage his writing, with the permis-
ig of sion of the publishers, the patrioticj
John words to the music.
third Success Predicted
ning Dr. Davis has introduced the song
Age." in Chicago musical circles, where it1
ion of has made a decided hit. Orchestras
,t de- of that city are prophesying great
Guild success for the composition.
with Sousa's band at the Great Lakes
lreign Naval training station is expected to
take up the song and march as soon
as the band arrangement is ready.
Glee Clubs Adopt Song'
ng to The glee clubs in the University have
es at made it a number in their repertoires.
It was first introduced into Michigan
circles at the ordnance smoker on.
Dec. 5, by William K. Perkins of De-
J. B. troit. "Varsity" in its new garb "went"
Sun- over," and 100 men in uniform declar-'
V. at ed that the song was the best ever.
30 o'- Will Please All
man." "It means putting a Michigan num-
ber out as a national marching song
h . for the marchers in the camp, in the
Creek barren wastes of No-Main's Land,"
ce on a Michigan musician asserted. "For
ethod- America and Liberty" is sure to find
unday its way into the heart of every loyal
f the American, in uniform or in civil life."
ounty Copies of the composition will be
e ves- sent to every camp and cantonment in
at and the country for the use of men in ser-

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Whitney-"One Girl's Exper-
ience."
Majestic-Douglas Fairbanks in
"The Habit of Happiness."
Orpheum-Mary McAllister in%
"The Kill Joy." Also Comedy.
Wuerth-William S. Hart in
"The Narrow Trail." Also Comedy.
Rae-William Desmond in "Fly-
ing Colors." Triangle Comedy and
Rae Weekly.

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"We try to treat you right." Huston
Bros.-Adv. U.
A new Christmas booklet by Lloyd
C. Dougles. Price 10 cents. Foster
House of Art.-Adv.

Nights: Orch-
estra $1.50&$2
BalanceHouse
25c to $1.00

GARRICK

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Second Week Starting Mon

* = WuerthTheatre
* = MaineesPrices: t5 Cents
Matinees 2. 3:30. Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30
* Saturdays-Sundays--Continuous
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
* Sun-Mon-r6-1NVm. S. Hart in "The
* Narrow 'tail."l0ls( Cmedy. Even-
* Tues-Wed-18-19-Pathe's War Picture,
* " Tan' 2Also Comedy. Evening,
18c Ti c--2oc.
'I'llurs-Fr-i-20-21-Char les IRay in "Th'le
* of His Father." Also Keystone
*Comledy, "A llindu I-oodoo."
* Sat-22-William Russell in "Snap Judg-
* on-t-Edna Goodrich in .Anerican
* Maid." also Comedy and Weekly
* News.
* rSun-Mon-z3-24Julian Eltinge in "The
= Clever Mrs. Carfox." Also Comedy.

OLIVER MOROSCO

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AT THE WHITNEY

Orpheum_ Theatre

The old, old story of the problem ! iPrics :o. n ise3pec
of maintenance which faces a work- Saturdavs-Sunriavs-Continuou
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBF
ing girl in a great city, is revived once Sun16-Mary McAlister in "The
more in the adaptation of Eugene Kir- Joy." Also Comedy.
-Mon 1y-Wilham; Russell in "The
by's novel, "One Girl's Experience." Master." Also Wekly and Cor
Evening x~c.
The material of the play was collected Tu es-Sed-z8i9-lick Rosson in
from a board of commissioners in Case at Law." Also triangle
edy, "War and .fatr imony."
Chicago connected with the social =Tnhurs-Fri-20-21-lklle Bennett in
- Fuel of Life." Also Triangle:
work in that city. The production, '= eylyA Innocent Vamnire."
which first appeared in Chicago sever- E Sat-22-Emtny Lynn in "The Fortu
Silence." Also Comedy. and T
al months agd, has been on the road Sun-2 3Jack Gardner in "Gift 0'
since leaving that city. C. S. Prim- o C eWalt Whitman in
rose is the producer, and the play will Regenerates." Also Triangle Col
be put on at the Whitney today.

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medy.
"A
Com-
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ravel.
Gab."
"The
mnedy,

with Ch;

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VAU'DEVILLE 3 DAYS ONLY

The

DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY AND ATTEND THE MATINEE
JMAJ ESTI1Cl

MAT'

MAT. :3 P. Xl.-10c, 20c

at 9:30.
," by the
al Christ-
at oon.
subject,

Following are the words of the, new
song:
"Mighty land of Freedom's glorious
birth,1
Haven for the crushed of every race;
Forced into the strife for Freedom's
right,
You proudly take your place, n1
Standing for the rights of all mankind,
Succoring the victims of the fray.
During the quiet Winter months, a
discount in both labor and materials
will be given for all interior decorat-
ing. C. H. Major & Co. Phone 237.
Adv..

GO MONDAY-BE A FIRST NITER

NITES 7:30-9-20c, 25c' 30c

C. S. PRIMROSE Pr
A FEARLESS .ARRANEMENT OF A M
THRILLING DRA
"OnUle(

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3 DAYS STARTING MON. NITE, DEC. 17
Tom .inton and Jungle Girls
SCENIC, SINGINiG AND DANCING
TROPICAL ODDITY

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Experienc

MRING THE KIDDIES

Polish your floor with Old English
loor Wax. C. H. Major & Co. Phone

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ShawsComedy Circus
FUN IN THE CIRCUS RING
SEE 1.aLeaping Greyhounds, Unridable Mule,
Pretty Ponies, Dandy Dogs

237.-Adv.
MICHIGAN UNION
SUNDAY DINNER
Chicken Soup, Spanish Style
Sweet Gherkins
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef
au Ju
Mashed Potatoes
Hubbard Squash
Pumpkin Pie
Vanilla Ice Cream and Cake
Tea Coffee Milk
75c
Chicken Soup, Spanish Style
Celery Hearts
Sweet Gherkins
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef
au Jus

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AL ABBOTT In
The Village
Songster

DUTAL &;
SIMMONS in
Their First Quarrel'

THE
LE FERVES
Novelty Dances

ser-
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Red
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SU-NDAY Big Feature Bill DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
DEC. in "THE HABIT OF HAPPINESS"
16
Ge. Ado's Slang Comedy
Shows 1:30.3.7-8:30 Prices, Children 100; Adults 15c
THURSDAY GERTRUDE McCOY in. A 6-Part Dranw,
DEC.3 , MADAM SHERRY
20 The Hilarious Comedy-"A DAY OFF"
Shows 3-7:30-9 - Prices, Children 10 ; Adults 15c
FRIDAY 'A IAGGEDY QUEEN"
DEC. Barnyard Frolies A Big Laugh
21
Shows 3-7:30-9 Prices, Children 10; Adults 15C
SATURDAY The Famous English Beauty
DEC. KITTY GORDON'In "HER HOUR"
22 Pathe News of the World
Shows 3-7:30-9 . Prices, ChIldren 10c; Adults 15c

sh at 9 and in Ger-
k. Subject, "Jesus,
be Rev. G. A. Neu-
tn Page Six)
hat picked up the
the Floral Shop,
'iday nigl,, please

or
Roast Young Duck
Dressing and Apple Jelly
Mashed Potatoes
Candied Yams
Hubbard Squash
Orange Sherbet
Banana and Mayonnaise
Pumpkin Pie
Apricot Merangue
Vanilla Ice Cream and Cake

Every father. mother, son, daughter. sister a
this nresentation. It is a lesson that will be
world for the protection of young giis. Every
girls safe anywhere-you will see the *nswer II
duction.
PRICES: Evening, 25-35-50-75c I

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