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January 27, 1917 - Image 4

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ATERS

TODAY
estic-Vaudevllle.
eum-Frank Reenan and
id Narkey In "Jim Grims-
s Boy." Also Triaingle com-
le--Lillian Walker in "The
llar and the Law."
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comes to the Whitney theater early in
February.
AT THE MAJESTIC
The examination week program at
the Majestic is said to be such as will
insure quick recovery from the most
strenuous "blue book." On Sunday,
Richard Travers will be seen in "The
Phantom Buccaneer," a drama of so-
cial life.
Beginning Monday, the bill includes
nine juvenile performers, who give
among other thingsimitations of fa-
mous stars; Robbie Gordone, the per-
fect woman; Mlle. Carlita, the Filipine
nightingale; Bert Howard in a piano
specialty, and Work and Ober, acro-'
bats.
The bill from Thursday on presents
Gus Edwards' well-known "School
Days" as a headliner, supplemented by'
Greene, McHenry and Deane in har-
mony singing, Neal Abel in a singing
and dancing act, and the Mystic Han-
sen trio, singers and legerdemain ar-
tists. Hal Stephens, well known on
the campus as the director of several
Union operas, will give character im-
personations.
The Sunday photoplay for Feb. 4
will be "Little Shoes" with Henry
Walthall in the leading role.
The Joseff son Troupe, Icelanders, a
feature of the Barnum and Bailey cir-
cus for two years, will be the head-
liners beginning Monday, Feb. 5. The
remainder of the program will be fur-

in "Who Is to Blame?"; Charles W
son, comedian; Boothby and Everde
in a song specialty, and DeWitt You
and sister in a novel act, "The Colle
Boy and the Co-ed."
As a J-hop feature, Boyle Woolfo
will present his latest comedy, "T
Blowout."

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ng
age
ok
'he

AT THE WHITNEY
asiderable interest is being shown
e appearance in this city of John
r, the celebrated actor, who has
eading role in "Major Pendennis,"
don Mitchell's dramatization of
keray's novel.
was Langdon Mitchell who dra-
zed "Vanity Fair" for Mrs. Fiske,
r the title of "Becky Sharp." His
t play is said to have a strong
t interest, nice balancing of parts,
ain of humor, and fine character-
ing. "Major Pendennis" will be
nted at the Whitney theater Fri-
Feb. 2.
AT THE WHITNEY
the foremost rank of the musical
Ady successes of the times is the
Sanderson-Brian-Cawthorn piece
led, "Sybil," which had one run of
nonths in New York.
ss Sanderson has a splendid role
he new piece, that of a' Russian
er. Mr. Briantishappily placed
Mr. Cawthorn as a German im-
ario leadinig a troubled life in Rus-
was never more comic.
e new work is a "straight" mu-
comedy, by which is meant that
not a burlesque, a review or a
e-podge of nonsense. "Sybil"
ock M Chocolates in Yellow and
$1.00 a pound. Cloomfields, N.
ersity. 19-20-26-27
THE ARCADE,
n. 29-Feb. 3, a week of Big Stars.
et exams for an hour each day
see them. Result-better blue-
s. Next week's stars -- Theda
, Clara Kimball Young, Alice
y, Billie Burke, Ethel Barrymore,
. Sothern, Charlie Chaplin.

AT THE ARCADE
Lillian Walker, the popular Vita-
graph star, plays today in "The Dollar
and the Law" at the Arcade. There
will also be a comedy cartoon.
The Arcade offers an unusually fine
array of stars during next week: Mon-
day, Theda Bara in "Her Double Life" ;
Tuesday, Clara Kimball Young in "The
Dark Silence"; Wednesday, Alice
Brady in "A Woman Alone"; Thurs-
day, Gretchen Hartman in "The Love
Thief," and Billie Burke in "Gloria's
Roma'nce"; Friday, Ethel Barrymore
in "The Awakening of Helena
Ritchie"; Saturday, E. H. Sothern in
"An Enemy to the King," and Charlie
Chaplin in "The Rink."
On the Saturday following the J-hop
there will be a return date of Clara
Kimball Young in "The Common Law"
and on the following Monday and
Tuesday this popular actress 'comes in
"The Foolish Virgin."

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CUT THIS OUT FOR REFERENCE DURING "EXA MS"
Sunday, Jan 28 - 1:30, 3:00, 7:00, and 8:30 P. M.
RICHARD C. TRAYERS, Supported by GERTRUDE GLOVER in

A DRAMA OF AVENGING LOVE

"THE PHANTOM BUCCANEER"

SEATS-10 CENTS SEATS

3 DAYS COM. MONDAY JANUARY 28
eTHE LAWN PARTY"

A Musical Comedy in Revue form with a Clever Company of Juveniles.

Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Pla
611 E. William St.
THE ARCADE
Jan. 29-Feb. 3. a week of Big Star

F .1+ i i'G . V, YG 2.V )~ JLL
nished by Elsie Williams and company, Forget exams for an hour each d
-- -and see them. Result-better bit
The Greatest Shirt in the World-, books. Next week's tars- The
the Manhattan-at Sale Prices.. Reule. Bara, Clara Kimball toung, Al
.rady, Billie Burke, Ethel Barrymc
Conlin-Fiegel Co.. 200-202 Main St. E. H. Sothern, Charlie Chaplin.

THE
DELTA
CAFE

A LA CARTE
Ala Carte service has
always been our spe-
cialty.
WEEKLY BOARD
Our regular meals ex-
cell any $5.00 board in
Ann Arbor.
CATERING
For catering we are
best equipped.

THREE KINDS
OF
SERVICE
R. B. ZEBBS
Telephone 1370-W

I.

'he Only J-Hop Function that A L L

Can Attend

the

tee,
5tf
irs.
day
Ie-
eda
ice
)re,

iI

BERT HOWARD THE MAN FROM
HOWARD MARION, IND.
WORK & WESTERS
OWE R ACROBATIC
The Filipino Nightingale, supported by
E A WM: B. HOWLAND, presents
"LUZON LOVE"--A Filipino Musical Comedietta..
'EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION
MISS ROBBIE GOR DONE
Classic Reproductions of Famous Porcelains, Ivories and Oils.
NOTE:-Miss Gordone could no doubt cause the Venus De Milo many envious blushes.
3 DAYS STARTING THURSDAY FEB. 1
"SCGU EDWARDS AOUS
ISCH 0LD A Y5", W tih Komical Kast
of Nine Klever Kids
GREEN, McHENRY and DEANE
FROM FARM TO CABARET
NEAL BEL, THE MAN WITH
NEAL ABEL,THEEMOBILE FACE"
"THE MAGIC MAN AND
Mystic Hanson Trio, HIS MAGICAL MAIDS"
SPECIAL FEATURE ACT
gr~'u~wu-~ydi"FROM SHAKESPEARE
HAL STEPHENS, TORRAGTIME"
NOTE:-Mr. Stephens was the producer for the Michigan Union for three years. He directed
"Michigenda," "Culture," and "Koanzaland."
SUNDAY FERRUARY 4-.15c
HENRY B. WALTHALL
Supported by MARY CHARLESON in
rLIFTTLE SHOES"

SEE
jall be there.

Robert B. Mantell, David Warfield, George M. Cohan, Chauncey Olcott, Bessie
McCoy, Fritzi Scheff, Jose Collins, Irene Franklin, and Lorette Taylor-they will

Annual J-Hop Concert

by the

dlee & Mandolin Club

Heard by over 23,000 people on
Western Trip

SATURDAY FEB. 10
HILL AUDITORIUM

3 Days Com. Monday, Feb. 5
JOH JESEFFSON TROUPE
Original Icelandic "Gima" Co.
CHAS. WILSON
"One of the Nuts"
BOOTHBY and EVERDEAN
Novelty Songs and Travesty
DEWITT YOUNG and SISTER
College Boy Jugglerand the Co-Ed
Added Feature

SPECIAL "J-HOP" ATTRACTION
3 Days Cor. Thursday Feb. 8

The New Musical

Hit
I

4P. M.

50 cents

Blow

25
Boys and
Girls
17 Big
Musical
Numbers
Fun
Fast and.
Furious

Out

Tickets at

Wahr's, Busy Bee and Grinnells

ELSIE WILLIAMS & CO.
In the Eternal Question
"WHO WAS TO BLAME?"

with
LEO
GREENWOOD

SEATS READY FEBRUARY 1

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