News Tribune, May 21, 1921
- Last night's reopening of the Lyceum, Duluth's oldest theater, was an event that will long be remembered. The theater may be described as an art temple, gorgeous and artistic in its architecture, and spacious and comfortable in its seating and arrangement.
- Fanned by a dry west wind, fires yesterday spread over hundreds of acres in the Wales and Vermilion Road districts north of Duluth. One lumber camp, known as Hughes Camp No. 2, is reported to have been destroyed.
- The Lake Superior Interstate Baseball League formally opens its season tomorrow. The Knights of Columbus team from Duluth faces the Cloquet City team in Duluth's Athletic Park, and Morgan Park will play the Superior nine at Hislop Park across the bay.
- Duluth's Orpheum Theater ends its vaudeville season tonight after a year of relative success. Tomorrow afternoon, the Orpheum Players will open their season with "Adam and Eva," a comedy-drama that depicts American home life and features Leona Powers and Minor Watson.