THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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.T THE THEATE~S
Whitney - "The Boomerang"
aatinee and evening).
and lucre story. She impersonates.
Norma Brisbane, an ultra modern
young woman of brains. Having been
beaten out of her father's fortune she
avows vengeance on the man who
robbed her. She does this in a series
of remarkable adventures.
Norma has no set plan of proce-
dure but she knows that a husband,
at least a supposed husband, is es-
sential to freedom of movement in the
circles she desires to frequent for her
I quest. So she takes out a license
to marry Cuthbert Van Zelt, a thick-
witted youth who is devoted to her,
but she does not marry him. She
eventually brings the scheming ras-
cal to his knees and cleans up a'for-
Majestic - Maurice Tonneur's
'All of a Sudden Norma."
'The Hell Cat."
The brightly lighted districts of the
metropolis have known Larry well
for some time for a spender who has
no regard for his fathZer's millions
and who can fight like a demon.
But Bob started in by licking his
charge and then tried to help him
collect some letters foolishly writ-
ten to a pretty little waitress. But
Bob fell for the lady himself and
then Harrington, Sr., called in a
private detective to get the evidence.
The latter got away with the p>apers.
but Bob borrowed a mounted police-
man's horse and followed the fleeing
Overtaking it, he got the letters
and returned with the young mil-
lionaire to the girl. Then he learned
that she didn't care a bit for Larry,
but was strong for himself. Now
they are going back to Arizona, where
Bob says he has room to yell when
he wants to and where there is space
to ride without bumping into cars
and policemen every 10 feet.
MAURICE TOURNEUR presents
AT THE ORPHEUM
Orpheum-"The Craving" and
'Ah, La Ohio," also comedy.
Schubert - Garrick, Detroit-All
Week-"Adam and Eve."
Detroit Opera House On-the-
Campus-All Week-"Seven Days'
As Bob Sands, a cowpuncher, Wil-
liam S. Hart comes here tomorrow in
"Branding Broadway." He was em-
ployed by Mr. Herrington, a railroad
magnate, to undertake to tame his
"Mwporti ng Life"
A Paramount Arthraft Special Production
Thousands of people are in the cast
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AT THE WHITNEY
"The Boomerang," which is coming
to the Whitney theater for a matinee
and evening performance today, has
come direct from New York and Bos-
ton with the original caste. This
David Belasco productions concerns
a (young doctor who although he does
not know much about medicine is
wise in affairs of the heart. He gives
his nurse instructions how to treat
his patients to cure them of love-
sickness. The nurse carries out the
instructions to the letter and makes
the love 'doctor fall for his own pres-
AT THE MAJESTIC
"Sporting Life" will be seen for
the last time at the Majestic today.
That this rather unique type of pro-
duction is popular has been proved
by the success which pit has met with.
Next week the eleventh anniver-
sary of the Majestic will be heralded
with three special productions. The
first, one of the best pictures produc-
ed lately, will be shown Sunday, Mon-
day, and Tuesday. It is Griffith's
"Romance of Happy Valley," starring
Dorothy Gish. This is the first pro-
duction Mr. Griffith has attempted
which is not based either on some
great spectacular event or on the war.
AT THE ARCADE
On account of, the many requests
from patrons who. were not in the city
during the Christmas vacation there
is areturnhoneday engagement of
the "Hell-Cat" at the Arcade today.
All those who saw this picture were
impressed with Geraldine Farrar in
this role. Not since her "Carmen" has
the Metropolitan prima donna had a
chance at such an interpretative part.
Tomorrow and Monday Mae Marsh
will be shown in "Bondage of Bar-
bara." Miss Marsh is called the
"whim girl" of the screen and her
quick, shy smile carries a strong ap-
peal unlike any other star.
/AT THE WUERTH
Bessie Barriscale, who is starred
in "All of a Sudden, Norma," a new
five reel feature photoplay, by Thom-
as Edgelow, makes much of a love
Five men students who need work.
Inquire by phone 1775 today, Sat-
you can buy a hat in any
store that sells them, and
then you have just a hat--
something to wear.
are the very hats to wear because
they afford the dash and spright-
liness that go with youth. That's
why older men like then, too.
Sunda, Pl nday, Tuesday
Anniversary Week-All Special Attractions
D. W. GRIFFITH presens
It is one of the
six largest pictures ever made
You should get something
more than that.
You are entitled to style-
distinctive style--in a hat
that becomes you and makes
you appear as young as you,
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-WHITNEY TH EA TRE-
MONDAY, FEB. 24th
A. E. WOODS presents
The Greatest Comedy Success in a Decade
BUSI ESS BEFORE .
A Rollicking sequel to Potash and Perlmutter
By Montague'Glass-Jules Eckert Goodman
One Year at the Eltinge Theatre, New York
ONE CONTINUOUS LAUGH FROM START TO FINISH
Prices: $.50 to $1.50 Seat Sale Friday A. M.
illian Gish i
D.\V., GiiPgfI 'AROMANCE of MAPPY VALLEBYm
AZAI T(VAFT Picture
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
D. W. CRIFFiTWS.
Romance of Happy Valley
TUESDAY, FEB. 25th
WAR PICTURE. A story from the pages of life
SEEN HERE ENROUTE
COUTTS &TENNIS OFFER
DIRECT FROM SIX MONTHS
h A SMACKING
War tax lc
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This Attraction is Recommended
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
,re, 296-M Mgr's Res, 2316-M
by the management
Sat-22-Geraldine Farrar in "The
Hell Cat" (Ret.), and Big-V Com-
edy, "Humbugs and Husbands."
Sun-Mon-23-24-Mae Marsh in "The
Bondage, of Barbara" and "Smiling
Bill" Parsons in "The Widow's
R K Wednesdayand
DETRt6xT I Saturday
F. RAY COMSTOCK Presents
Aa NEW COMEDY
'Adam and Eva"j
w PACQCK ALLDYCHORUS
- 1:30, 3:00, 4:30, 7:00, 8:30
WONDERFUL FUN, MUSIC. GIRLS, GOWNS
Wed. - - THURS.
'I'LL SAY SO"
NEXT FRI. SAT.
Prices 55c, 83c, $1.10, $1.65. $2.20
SEATS MONDAY-MAIL ORDERS NOW-CURTAIN 8:15