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the season tlian the about things as this) that the Vice TW 4n1ttona on people from the housing lists who n Theatre History Phoenix A many mhts thereafter was by the Thatcher Orclestia cf ten pieces Reserved seats were sold for twenty twentyfr e and thirty five Cents Those who are fond of the Ljric Theatre like to think of it as a phoenix that mythical bird which was born lived grew old then died and was reborn The Logan Journal in its Sat urday September 20 1913 issue informed its readers that: “The work of preparing this new thea-trhas gone on very quietly and the people of the city will therefore be very agreeable sur prised when they visit the place to find that one of the handsorn-es- t and most convenient little theatres to be found anywhere in America has been provided for their use and enjoyment” e of the builders’ and dec orators’ art that is to be found among the play houses of the coun- try land Holland ami Denmark on the right and Spain Get many and Sweden on the left” Credit for the decoiations and general arran ements of the theatre was divert to G ort e W Thatcher and D G Thattltr the owneis and fur workman! ip John Monti ose who was in thar e of construction The fust manager J Thorne bonked many of the load show attractions” into Now Lync the tune By T Georie Minstieis building opened he had alieady booked eight the fust of wlmh was “The Wolf and The Lure” pi esented October Id amlNuvem ber 21 1913 On the nights when there were no stage shows ie were motion pictures The opened with a "nidgnifi cent piogram” of motion pic tures The House of Bondage a Stirling story of Puritan days told in fascinating manner by tfee Popular kabee Piftuie Players ” Alkali Ike and the Hypnotist The Line Up The Latest in Life Saving and A Game of Pool Music on opening night and on tli-- ‘1 f ? I i - roadshow a troupe in Mutt and Jeif in pdr Is and the Lees Comedy Company in The lush American Cou sin Seveial of the early motion Pi' tures directed fith and Cecil B aid Join by Glorii Swanson” featuring “Babe Ruth the home run hitter in Headin' Home’ and films star r in Charlie Chaphn Florence Vldui and Wanda Hawley weie popular attra tions llliam Shakespeare’s plays Were pi esented at the Lytic "The Fnunent A (tor John F Keilerd assist'd by Mps Fredda Brindley and a uniformly capable company” peifoimed The Merc bant ol Verne e and Ham let with Mi k'elleid mt as Shy lock and Hamlet appeal and Miss Brindley as Puitia ami Ophelia J the- man L orticIyrrh I'SI' ‘l 'U'"Vhlc cithcr office m LoMan 8a sc t I’ mu seine) coll I lean ev Lie i : 8 r y s w cr t yeai no s’cpei IT nil’ MIA state dm Man ui f y lick in e' Sihool maCrr i cis v CLac in the s yai ml U : "'ie MiA st-- u-i- us r an o sern u mu of the "12 i e j i seic tun at I reM--1- thlee piuductlons "Chai ley's cint Then sdty n Jin' 'Tuielont Puk” Irulay ami “The Doctoi intt'I sell in week In Spite of Himself’ Satiuday Curtain times for all pioduc-tionis 8:30 pm Tickets may r an piesca (ullhsel'rl me 1'V‘llei Soclet s be pin chased at the dooi oj the USU Tic ket Office is beet as ti e Pot uiac 8' pi os The lyric theatre le tyrtc Repertory Comp!! lone t- - thc-lo'e k) the Reams have the Milleiinwl b "'S' cpc-iate- l for sorae store out m then hemetluited t e onti hate ami s yeai li Clan projects to pndlts "f Beause f f "pCnmK produan I bo bummei t Lb llmlei the ac I h books Inn C 19 c 11 01 Ilian Mission ' u‘- A cc I"- R) t ni- '' "'’‘i ‘ c'?' ''re "l lt hev fllnl vhen excavating for the new Chemistry buildine ’ X aod (oumLlion sticking out but did sC lle 111 "''H f not know yUit it w "imontls iluector of tlc fdnrv Archives said ''The built was l f r “ buildings’ to be here P0 CalU "’"‘'ilTst " '!' ° UI d din IC I’tfsidenis' "'V did which n' may indicate which was tlioueht to in was a Model T Ford apparency the lanl I Ts iTr" bVV' i'1-A‘'V'A they could find and spare was thrown in Whose ir 1 or i" u'v 11 flft will rcfriam a campus mystery ’ u Lila 0 Jol n Mai cus jine 'baiimcn at 330 Rec-P- tllt Se 13 li adsliaw activities 8c lauu 1 T Ford? The foundation to an old '1st li to Laura Constance Mane II luuel llaitnian 2 ai d p (lt th( out ( amp in Leg an Can 8 a i s will leave 'the 'on Lib a 13 p m is satc cl foi 0 JO J) I id Jec- b’l will 1111 speiK altei which a special “question ami answei” led is set pel bishop Nelson ad vises Pose atten hn to bi in coals and bhiukeis to on 8 " m Hannan lay in dm l‘ "j1 Sou:l bathiin Gar Lin 16 t'e d Bisup IIUIU ll yl ( - in has annimnced and lit side lal Omni III r II sen in 17 indent dtietiion Neson Cl f"a!"!in (( ” a- -' d these1 this Named Special Fireside Speaker dem 'W"K -' ' j J Elder Hartman " c ” ar a dull'111 a A Model U 1C tunc he i tted 17 pi's'i-Vashi1 "M S'jhf1 inmsi u - w d a' ir r s n rca I cateer Natal Re e tor studied it the : 1" teiidcit Com-pan- r 1SL I st leu' pc i Mld in Mr pal tio ' f ui s I i c al SlMei Ret' in I s u al k w i h I Cad Hi bay Pcpei toi y now in ns second session is Compiisel ol umlei i aduatc’ and ‘iadua'e student bum many Sections of it- count!! anil as semPP'd at I si ( ombiriin not only then- pel foi mm skills but deskiiii! ami technical al lanes meinbei s of the Company l lc ait wi'' mii'aiy ciaiii es kc non I ms in a is ' Latter ii v i i i jsp a li af quail' e v as also tic at I1 n c I s'nnchM pis'ed wc 'la''i tail ‘ul l ed ticket oflne to its tebiitli some Puty seven a half yeais later It Was wall a Utan Stale Theatie pi y duct ion of iin let that the ie Stoied Lync- was opened on Ant ll isi v in is TSt IKt'rin mlt K litms t lj3 lie Oid Ly I Hs When the New Ly ric first u pen-eon M unlay September 22 none ' iic of those el lied w ith its comm into bem could have e spec-leto e any tin u ht ’1 in colt cm t The Lyric Theatre as it looked shortly after its opening in 19H ’ e T ieltre ‘1S k R'rU' tli'l'l'" the banner ot the Old0 t in its second season I7 i rCrrvV uni In he Ie?' f''0ll4’ Cl tepertmy are Vho P V-- I1' Sl’lt )f i Innscll ' and fen t 'r 'Urt'"n lime for all perform mies is el Ma 3 Latter a' m hi who nind'S tu mi On an 23 1T2 s Mai day 30 It ree Weal el Hart i 1 Jr was ipiod ol T if i Jal" spt n m e n taitJuI a ospel d ‘' j' a s Paint DW Grif were shown "One of the reatest films ever madei Tne Great Moment 3 the the ! J t stae Some of “The prosteniuin arch is dec orated with the coats of aims of seven nations the United states over the top of the arh In Si the many attrac tions presented at the Ly ric w ere the Lucy Cates Grand Opera Company in La Traviata Mill red Manni'i Classic Lancer Rusco and IlockAald’s Famous Among “This is simply statin the facts of the matter for the new Lyric is one of the finest speoi mens - M' - sit it-- m I llaitnian ’ ar M'nh" lilol Hill Keetoi Ji lor live yeais Plesldent of the Ot set Uty in the He8'tlr' Jr' the First Council of r of the Church of Jesus ( M ydl of ri reside TuescJav rider Hartman Latter-Day-Saint- s I $'