100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 07, 1917 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1917-01-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


a

'

Dixie Dance

AT
ARMORY

Friday, Jan. 12, 1917

Fischers First String of Musicians

This dance is strictly for students

Hear the

Tickets $1.00 per couple at BUSY BEE

Faculty Chaperonage

Latest

I
I I

r
H 17 V

THEATRE

o r

4 Days

COMMENCI^ SUNDAY
E'IGHT
TWICE DAILY, 2:15 AND 8:15 P. M.
WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS

A Daughter of the Gods
"ThePicture Beautiful"

E

we Trua xntSour*
7Essanay

KELLERMAN

SCENE FROM PICTURE AT

THE MAJESTIC THEATER TODAY

* * * * * * * * * *
T THE THEATERS
TODAY
jestie--Henry B. Walthall in
'The Truant Soul."
pheum - Blanche Sweet in
'Protected." Also Holmes
'ravels.
* * * * * * * * * *

*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*

AT THE WHITNEY.

"A pageant of enchanted song and
eauty" is the description applied to
A Daughter of the Gods," with An-
.ette Kellerman in the leading role,
rhich will appear at the Whitney the-
ter beginning Sunday night, Jan. 14,
nd twice daily Jan. 15, 16, and 17.
'he grandeur and mystery of the Car-
ibean is enduringly fied upon the
creen in this production in which over
1,000 men, women, and children take
art. Two hundred mermaids figure
n the sea scenes.
AT THE MAJESTIC TODAY.
Henry B. Walthall will be seen to-
ay in "The Truant Soul," which he
erms his masterpiece. The gripping
tory revolves about a famous surgeon
vho has sunk to the lowest depths of
epravity when a ~little nurse enters
is life and battles with his terrible
ault. She foils his unnatural half-
rother in the attempt to encompass
is ruin and the surgeon gives the life
vhich she has saved into her keeping.
VAUDEILLE AT THE MAJESTIC.
The bill which opens at the Majestic
omorrow night includes Frances Ken-
iedy, the musical comedy star, a short
nusical extravaganza, and three other
cts. Miss Kennedy's songs were writ-
en especially for her by William
'riedlander, while her costume crea-
ons are said to be extremely startling.
Ten people, eight of them girls, take
art in "The Smart Shop," which is a
nerry pot-pourri of song, dance, and
nirth. A laughable side-issue of col-
ege life is "A Pair of Jacks," pre-
ented by Wm. J. and Frank X.
'Leary. The skit is a sort of morn-
ng after episode.
O'Neil and Gallagher are known as
The Misfit Couple," and their program
onsists of jests, songs, and dances,
vhich find their main comedy value in
lie assorted sizes of the performers.
Memories of the famous English
'ony Ballet and the equally famous
erlin Madcaps are revived by the ap-
earance of the Four Roses. They are
quartet of good-looking, dashing
irls, shapely and smiling. They have
novelty dance.
AT THE ARCADE.
The attraction at the Arcade next
londay and Tuesday, Jan. 8 and 9, will
e Nazimova in "War Brides." In
lils feature we have the rare combina-
ion of a wonderful story, a great dra-
natic star and intelligent direction.
he result proves the tremendous pos-
ibilities of the screen when such a
ombination is found.

NAPLES ASSOCIATION OFFERS
SCIENCE PRIZE FOR WOMEN
A research prize of $1,000 has been
announced by the Naples Table As-
sociation for Promoting Laboratory
Research for Women, which is main-
tained in connection with the zoo-
logical station at Naples, Italy.
The annual prize is offered for the
best scientific thesis, written by a
woman, on biological, chemical, or
psychical subjects, written as the re-
sult of independent laboratory work.
Full information on the subject may
be secured at the office of the dean of
women.
Prof. Regner Chaperones Union Dance
Prof. Robert W. Hegner and Mrs.
Hegner chaperoned the regular Union
week-end dance last night. Those serv-
ing on the committee were: Claude
M. Burns, '17E, chairman; Carl L.
Baumann, '18A, Herbert M. Bierwagen,
'19, and Lincoln Avery, Jr., '20.
Polish your floors with Old English
Floor Wax. C. H. Major & Co., Phone
237.
The Michigan Daily for service.

Y
0
R
K

GREATES T WOMAN SWIMMER AND y
C STAR OF VILLIAM FOX *$.0000Q PICTUR E

SEAT SALE OPENS THURSDAY

r

You Have Heard of Aladdin's Lamp

Now is your chance to see the
up-to-date object of Oriental mystery

H

at

ITS

I

the

i
Y
Vii,

CARPET

I

T
S

A pleasing combination

of life

and customs in the quaint and

fascinating far East

brought to

you in a very interesting play

which is
in which

laid in America, and

BOTH OPERATIC
AND POPULAR

an American

girl

takes the leading part.

AT THE

TICKET SALE BEGINS TOMORROW

Cor. Maynard
and William Sts.

HILL
FRIDAY

AUDITORIUM

JANUARY 12

'ou have not shopp d
nless you have atopp6d
A the James Foster House of Art.

I

t1

I'p

E cU

Senior Rates given on 119 E.
Michiganensian-Portraits

LIBERTY ST.
Phone 1911

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan