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THE MICHIGAN DAILYPi

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His present role in "Till I Come
Back to You," which will be shown
at the Majestic theater today, tomor-
row and Tuesday, is without doubt
Mr. Washburn's best effort in his ca-
reer.
There are few equals of Bryant
Washburn on the screen today and he
numbers among his admirers virtually
the entire going fraternity.
The comedy feature of the program
is titled "Sleuths," featuring Ben
Turpin, one of the oldest and best
known comedians in the movies.
A special musical program has been
arranged by the Majestic orchestra.
AT THE ARCADE
Rex Beach's tremendous following
in the screen world is certain to hail
his "Laughing Bill Hyde" as the
greatest of all Rex Beach-Goldwyn
pictures. It has for its featured play-
er, Will Rogers, the famous wit and
lariat thrower of the "Follies." His
first performance on the screen will
delight this unique performer's thous-
ands of local admirers when '"Laugh-
ing Bill Hyde" is presented at the
Arcade today and tomorrow.
Rex Beach himself says that he is
the most human player ever present-
ed on the screen. "Laughing Bill
Hyde" is some story, too, and some
of the titles are the funniest things
that have ever happened on the
screen. This is an attraction very
much worth while, and the Arcade is
proud to announce such a combina-
tion.
Stop Sending Men for Aviation
During the past two months or so
two men were sent every week from
the S. A. T'. C. to Chicago to take their
physical exams preparatory to going
to aviation schools. Orders were re
ceived lately to discontinue this.
Help Win The War
BY PREPARING FOR CIVIL SERVICE
OR BUSINESS
AT

SYears of Unexcelled Service

121 E. Washington Street

ESTABLISH ED 1887

Phone .121

School o Dancing
under direction of

SCENE FROM "FURS AND FRILLS,AT THE WHITNEY TONIGHT.

Miss Jeanette H. Kruszka

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* AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

"OH, LADY, LADY"

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Fifth New Yoik Princess Theater Musical Comedy Master-
piece will be the attraction for an engagement of

Whitney - Richard Carle
"Furs and Frills."
Majestic-Cecil B.'DeMilles
"Till I Come Back to You."

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One Week, Beginning
SUND AY, NOV. 17

* Arcade-Rex Beach's "Laugh-
* ing Bill Hyde."
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* Wuerth - Thomas Jefferson in
* "A Hoosier Romance," by James
* Whitcomb Riley.i Also News and
* Comedy, "What Will Father Say?"
* O pheum - Mary Pickford in
* "Stella Maxis."

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Young Ladies' class in classical danc-
ing--Thursday, 7 to 8 p. m.
Girls' class (13 to 17 yrs.) in classical
dancing-Wednesday, 3:30 to 4:30
Children's class (6 to 12 yrs.) in classi-
cal dancing-Saturday, 2 to 3 p. m.
Young Students' class (14 to 18 yrs.) in
ancin--Saturday, 10:30
ballroom dancing-Saturday, 1:3
to 11:30 a. m
Private lessons by appointment.
STUDIO: William St. (Near Maynard) Phone 1598

DETROIT, ON THE CAMPUS THEATRE

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Shubert Garrick, Detroit, "Abe"
Potash and "Mawruss" Perlmut-
ter in "Business Before Pleas-
ure."
Campus Theater, Detroit-"Oh,
Lady, Lady."

Hamilton Business
College
State and William Sts.

Matinees will be given on Wednesday and Saturday
J/

AT THE WHITNEY

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F. Ii-

Take Her a Box of
Chocolates
BUSY BEE
P. S.--Ind Buy It Here

Richard Carle will appear at 7:30
o'clock this evening at the Whitney
theater in his latest musical comedy
success, "Furs and Frills." Besides
furnishing Mr. Carle with one of the
best comedy roles of his career, the
character of Mac Tavish is said to
be replete with comedy of the com-
pelling sort that serves to keep the
audience in a condition of alternate
smiles and laughter. The large cast
supportinghMr. Carle includesFHarriet
Burt, Martha Craver, Hattye Fox. Jay
Elwood, George Bogues, Milt Dawson,
William Wolff, Edward Meridith, Jo-
seph McNamee, five violin girls and
the famous Carle all girl chorus of
noted stage beauties, which hassthe
reputation of being the finest assem-
blage of voices ever brought together
for the perfect production of ensem-
ble work.

PHONE
1701

Today

Tomorrow

Tuesday

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PARAMOUNT PRESENTS

CECIL B. DeMILLE'S

AT THE GARRICK

"Abe" Potash and "Mawruss" Perl-
mutter, the central characters of
"Business Before Pleasure," the fam-
ous laugh festival coming to the Gar-
rick theater in Detroit today, for a
week's engagement, are said to have
been presented in more countries and
before more people than any other
American stage creations. They have
made theater-goers laugh in Great
Britain and Ireland, Canada, Austra-
lia, Russia, Scandinavia, Holland,
Belgium and Paris.
"Business Before Pleasure" is the
third of the famous series of Potash
and Perlmutter comedies, the other
two being "Potash and Perlmutter"
and "Potash and Perlmutter in So-
ciety."
AT THE MAJESTIC

Production, Featuring

B ANT

WSHBURN

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"Till I Cone Back to You"

WANTED
WANTED - Stenographer or g
typist for part or full time. Ad
dress Manager, care of Michigan
Daily.
WANTED- Student to tend furnace
for his room. 514 Thompson. Phone
1505.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT- A furnished apartment
for rent in the Cutting apartments.

at Bryant Washburn, who makes his
Students' first appearance since his engage-
Supply Store ment with Famous Players-Lasky'
T I S I UN corporation in C. B. DeMilles' new
arteraft special, "Till I Come Back
LOST to You," has had a long and success-
LV$1-A small gold aviation pin in ful career in the silentdrama, im-
WestHal, No. 5 Fider leae mortalizing the character of "Skin-
res to 416 . Huron St. ner" and otherwise proving himself
tur t 4 Ea pleasing, handsome, agreeable, and
Li TIn Huston's, College Inn, or talented actor.
Bldg., a Hale's Chemistry Mr. Washburn has a lovely home
ManuaL Return to H. Levinson, in Hollywood, and finds his greatest
care o Daily. pleasure at home with his wife and
__ _I____ __ _ 1EL LANEOUS baby, Bryant IV. He is an ideal type
for the motion picture screen, and
EXPERIENCED L eacher will tutor his personality is such that it makes
students in French and Spanish. an immediate impression, holds. the
Phone 815-J. Address, 433 May- spectator and gains sympathy and
nard St. admiration as the picture progresses.

A Picture You Will Remember to Your Dying Day

BEN TURPIN MAJESTIC
SLEUT HS" OR CHIESTRA

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WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY

George Walsh

"ON THE JUMP"

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