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TODAY

-Vaudeville.

rpheum -Blanche
"The Storm." Also
toons.

Sweet i
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reade-Theda ,Bara
and Juliet."

In "Rome

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AT THE WHITNEY.

e Washington Square Players
any of New York will come to
Whitney theater Friday, Dec. 15.
ey_ are renowned for the artistic
uction of plays by Maeterlink and
kov Goodman, and plays of this
will be included in their reper-
in the 'performance given here.
he Only Girl," the Victor Herbert-
y Blossom comedy, to be seen
for an evening performance only,
'day, Dec. 9, is p'roduced by Joe
r. He was also the producer of
Climax."

A BOOK OF PRINCETON VERSE.-
Edited by Alfred Noyes. Princeton
University Press, Princeton.
This collection of poems is chiefly
the work of undergraduates, of Prince-
ton University, and whatever the mer-
its of the individual poems, is inter-
esting for this reason. These are the
poems of youth, with its intense feel-
ing of the struggle against disillus-
ionment. Because these are the
poems of youth, they are filled with
the love of the old Greek ideals of
youth and beauty.
An especially lovely poem of this
type is the "Ganymeade," by John Peale
Bishop. There is the charm of poetic
conception and smooth treatment in
the poem. In the work of Francis
Charles MacDonald, unusual promise
of interesting lyric gift is found
such as "On An Uncertain Day in
Winter, Brothers, and Advice."
The spirit of the book seems to be
summed up in the lines of "Youth's
Litany," by Percy Rivington Pyne, Jr.
"By every scene upon this glad earth
blessed,
"Take not, O Lord, take not my youth
away."
The Introduction by Alfred Noyes is
worthy of especial note, as is the
poem by Maxwell Struthers Bert, a
Princeton poet, which is quoted at
length in the introduction.
SUPERFLUITY OF PLAYS CALLS
FOR CHANGE OF OPERA DATE

Belted -Back
K Overcoats
are THE Overcoats for
this Season. The style
shown here by
THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER
has been accepted by men and young men
who know and can forsee the style trend of
the country, as the leader.
We have this popular model in' such
hard-to-get fabrics as Scotch Weaves, Mel-
tons, Vicuns, and Knit Fabrics. Come in
Y and try it on.
}w $20, $25$30
bN. F. Allen
h. re

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AT THE MAJESTIC.

he Majestic offers one of the most
msive variety bills that has been
ked this year.
he headliner on this bill is the
ue de Vogue. Both the setting and
costuming of this act promise to
nusual. The costumes are said to
e one think they are looking at
"Follies." Henry Catalino and
t pretty girls offer a diversion
their singing and dancing.
mes Thompson & Co. will appear
playlet entitled "An Affair of
or." Ernie and Ernie offer an
iual act.
>e and Howe will give a bur-
ue on mind reading and mental
pathy, which is said to mystify the
ence. The Rambler Sisters will
>duce the bill with an assortment
:od songs and dances.

"Beware the ides of March," said
somebody once upon a time, but
the Michigan Union Opera refus-
es to heed the warning and will
present this year's performance
March 21, 22, 23, and 24,
having changed the date from the
week of March 26 because of conflic-
tioh with the Junior Girls' play, the
Classical club play, and an oratorical
debate. On its annual trip during the
week of April 9, the opera will visit
Chicago and Detroit.
Christmas Gargoyle to Appear Dec. 15
Santa Claus number of the Gar-
goyle will appear Dec. 15. It will con-
tain more art work than any of the
issues in the past. The cover design
will be in six colors.

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the advertising columns of
an Daily in order to reach
I Ann Arbor's buyers.

the
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The

Biggest

Thing

the

Girls
IS THE

Have

Done

in

Years

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lee

Club

and

asques

Entertainment

HERE

IS

THE

PROGRAM:

GIRLS' GLEE CLUB

THE WORSTED MAN
by
JOHN KENDRICK BANGS

(a) JOLLY WINTER ........................................................Vilcent
(b) AMARYLLIS (Gavotte) ............................................... Parlow
(c) THE RAGGLE TAGGLE GYPSIES, O! ......................Old English Folk Song
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB

PRESENTED BY THE SOCIETY OF MASQUES

NONA MYERS IN 'GRAND OPERA"

ALOHA..................................................Arranged by Sherwood
FLORENCE PADACK AN CLUB
(a) GYPSY SONG.....................................................Schumann

(b) SELECTIONS

MR. WOOLEY, The Worsted Man, a Doll, an Expedient and a Flirt......ELSA APFEL
MISS PATIENCE WILLOUGHBY, An Ingenious Young Woman, known as Impatience
for an obvious reason..........................................INEZ GOSE
MISS MARIANNA JONES, a Summer Girl, willing to be wooed ..........EVA BOWEN
MISS BABETTE HAWKINS, another, anxious to be courted........GLADYS WHELAN
MISS JANETTE BARRINGTON, a third, desirous of being won........HELEN DAVIS
MISS SUSANNA DARROW, a fourth, not averse to gallantry..............GETA TUCKER
MISS PRISCILLA MIDDLETON, a fifth, looking for a .cavalier.......... RUTH LENZER
MISS PRUDENCE ANDREWS, a sixth, with her cap set............ELAINE TAPPAN
MISS ETHELINDA DEWITT, a seventh, except in years, where she is easily first,
being quite thirty-seven; ready for anything...............FLORENCE PADDACK
SAMBO FRONT, ESQ., a Bell-boy of ebon hue...................HARRIET WALKER
SETTING: Scene One-The office of a Summer Hotel at Highland Hills, New Hampshire.
Scene Two-The same.

SUNRISE DAUGHTERS' QUARTETTE

SELECTIONS FROM JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY, 1915-1916
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB

(a) Barcarolle ................. ............................................H oly
(b) INTERMEZZO .........................................................Loakine
LUCILLE JOHNSON, Harpist

Tonight.
8 O'CLOCK

Hill

Auditorium

25 CENTS

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