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At the lMajestic
Starting today the summer policy of
the Majestic theatre will be inaugurat-
ed. The management announces that
they will present high class photo-
plays at 3:00, 7:00 and 8:30 o'clock
Today in presenting Nance O'Neil in
"The Witch," William Fox believes
that he is giving to the screen one of
the greatest productions yet filmed by
his vast organization. The part of
Zora as played by Miss O'Neil in "The
Witch" is the part whereby she made
famous Sardou's remarkable emotion-.
al play "The Sorceress."
Monday, Tyrone Power and Kathlyn
Williams will appear in "Thou Shalt
Not Covet." It is a spectacular drama
in which the wreck of a-"liner in mid-
ocean while thousands of men, women
and children battle desperately for life.
Tuesday, by request, Rockwell Fel-
lows and Anna O Nilsson will reap-
pear in "Regeneration." This is the
play that created such a furore at the
Majestic this winter. It is adapted
from "My Mamie Rose."
May Robson, the theatrical star of
world wide fame will appear in "A
Night Out" on Wednesday. It is cer-
tainly a scream. Just imagine an old
lady who has been kept in a restaur-
ant taking a night out with the boys
for a good time.
Thursday, E. K. Lincoln will be seen
in "The Littlest Rebel.". It is a clever
play with exciting scenes and incidents
It was made famous by William and
Dustin Farnum and Mary Miles Minter.
Friday, Joseph Kelgom, supported by
Virginia Pearson and Naomi Childers
will appear in "The Writing on the
Saturday, "The Strength of the
Weak'v ith Mary Fuller, will be seen.
It is sensational and exciting.
The Majestic orchestra will continue
to play, with Victrola concerts by Ca-
ruso, Mary Garden and others.
The Garrick, Detroit
In a play that has made the sensa-
tional hit of the present season in New
York City, "The Unchastened Woman,"
Mr. Oliver Morosco is to present the
charming and distinguished young ac-
tress, Miss Emily Stevens, all next
week at the Garrick theatre, Detroit,
with the usual matinees onUWednesday
and Saturday. "The Unchastened
Woman" has just completed a run of
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30 8:oo, 9:30
Mon.-24-S Rankin Drew and Virginia
Pearson in "I'lhe Hunted Woman,
and Musty Suffer Comedy.
Tues. - 25 - Clara Kimball I outig in
Wed.-26-HoUse Peters in "The Hand
of Peril,"and Drew Comedy.
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Matinees, 2:00, 3:15 Evening, 6:45, 8:oo
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Sth-Mon. - 23-24 - Blanche Sweet in
Tues.-25-Douglas Fairbanks with Lo-
retta Blake in "his Picture in the
Papers," and ( "Better Late Than
Never," Triangle Comedy) .v'g. xc
Wed.-26- Mary Pickford in "Rages
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great success of "The Chief." But
there are other reasons why this new
comedy has been seized upon with
every evidence of satisfaction on the
part of the public. It is unconven-
tional, with a wholesome, interesting
story, it is brilliantly written, and it
it capitally and intelligently acted by
tic players surrounding Mr.,Drew.
COURSES FOR 35 YEARS
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number of the others which are seldom
if ever played today, have disappeared
from our society. But the almost su-
perhuman insight he displays in de-
picting human nature as in "Hamlet,"
" Macbeth " a n d " Merchant o f
Venice," never changes, and until a
greater genius appears to rival him,
must still continue to enthrall the
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hearts of men."
Professor Demmon has contributed
largely to the various magazines of
the country and his work as a Shakes-
pearean scholar is well known. But
perhaps his'greatest pride lies in the
Shakespearean collection of the uni-
versity which he has been building up
for nearly half a century. It is due
to his constant care that the univer-
sity is today in possession of one of
the finest Shakespearean libraries in
"I may never see the completion of
this collection," he said, a little sadly.
"but if I can leave behind a source of
aid- and help to the scholars that are
to come, my work will have been
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seven months' duration at the Thirty-
ninth Street Theatre, New York City,
and with two exceptions, the support-
ing company is identical with that
that opened with Miss Stevens at the
beginning of the New York run.
Her role in this play, by Louis K.
Anspacher, is a particularly different
and difficult one.
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Miss Stevens' supporting company,
which Mr. Morosco selected with the
greatest care, includes H. Reeves-
Smith, Hassard Short, Emilie Polini,.
Louis Bennison, Isabel Richards, Jen-
nie Lamont and Marion Ruckert.
At the Whitney
"The Chief" is the best play John
Drew has had in years and he will
convince local theater goers of this
fact when he presents it at the Whit-
ney theater, Friday, May 5. It gives
him splendid opportunities to do some
fine acting, to demonstrate his versa-
tility, displaying him as an attractive
widower in love with a fascinating
but trying widow, also as a very lov-
able fellow and as a man of character.
His role has more backbone than most
of the parts to which he has been as,
signed by playwrights recently, he
plays it with every atom of its value,
with his highly polished and inimitable
art, and hence one big reason for the
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