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April 16, 1919 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'r

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MAJESTVC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S ws Sunday
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Vivian Martin In
"MIRANDA SMILES"
ADRED ATTRACTION
NALLA AXMi

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2-3:30-7 - 8:30

Today -

Tomorrow

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"WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00 r
Tues-Wed- 15- 16-PEGGYHYLANDtin
"Rebellious Bi de." Lloyd and Mutt'&
Jeff Comedies. Also Free Press Weekly.
Thurs-Fri--17-18-GRACE CtNARD in
"After' the War. L-Ko Comedy,.
"Hearts in eLock." AlsoFree Press
Weekly and Vod-a-Vil reel.
MARY MILES MINTERS
- in -
"THE INTRUSION OF ISRAEL"
ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Wed-16-WALLACE REID in "The
House of Silence" and the last episode
of "A Fight for Millions."
Thurs-Fri-1-74---HAROLD LOCKWOOD
Picture and News and Comedy.

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Vivian Martin

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SEXTETTE OF DANCING GIRLS
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IN "MISS SPRINGTIME," WHICH COMES TO THE WHITNEY THEATER,
THURSDAY, APRIL 17.

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AT THE WHITNEY

I -COMING -
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
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Mat. WIfed- ARR K Night and
Best Seats G C Sat. Mat.
CHARLOTTE CREENWOOD In
"So Long Letty"
FAST AND FUNNY MUSICAL COMEDY

AT THE THEATERS

Shows at 3:00; 7:oo 8:30
Phones.:
re, a96-M Mgr's Res., 23 t6-M

Theaty

Wed-16-May Allison in "Peggy Does
her Darndest"; Star Comedy, "Chicken
a la King" and Screen Telegram.
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Thu r- Fri-1 7-18-Norma Talmadge in
"The Probation Wife"; Christie Com-
edy, "Five Hundred or Bust" and Ford
Weekly. 25c.

Florence Nash in the romantic com-
edy, "Remnant," has been booked for
Tuesday, April 22, at the Whitney
theater. 'The production comes direct
from a four months run to capacity
houses at the Morosco theater, New
York.
LOST? Advetise in The Daily.--Adv.

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ajestei--Vivian Martin in "Mir-
andy Smiles." Nalla Axmi, Man
of Mystery.
Arcade-May Allison in "Peggy
Does Her Darndest."

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~~VAT RI N tL z rntY1rT 3CtySni Pea,

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Wuerth-Peggy Hyland in "The
Rebellious Bride." Also Lloyd,
and Mutt and Jeff comedies.

Miranda Smiles

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TODAY ONLY

Orpheum -- Enid Bennett
"Naughty, Naughty!" and
Fight for Millions."

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It doesn't matter whether a girl is
a bucket or a fan-if her smile is right
land the boy she wants.

carry
she wi

MAY

ALLISON
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Shubert - Garrick, D e t r o i t -
Charlotte Greenwood in "So Long,I
Letty."
Detroit Opera House-on-the-Cam-
pus-"Chu Chin Chow."

Peggy Does .. .
.Her Darndest"

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Miranda did the laundry for the organist,
being a nice young fellow, played a bit of mus-
ic for her--and then Miranda. smiled-say, it's
queer how peaceful and romantic a church is
when there's nobody but th organist wpractic
ing "
Added Attraction All This Week

itIH 11ll1l1 1111111111111 11 1 111 11l am:
Shedoes her
Darndes t all
right-but still
sister walks off
w ith all the
Sbeaux --_
the only th"
left for her to
do is to Vain-
pire her way
to uccess. -
Her director, George- D.
Baker, described her in E
this picture as "Spark) ing
Champagne ivith a A u-
t quet and a kck."
Tomorroi vv
and Eridz!y

AT THE MAJESTIC
W.C.. De Mille, one of the photo-
drama's foremost directors, is respon-
sible for the staging of "Mirandy
Smiles,' in which Vivian Martin ap-
pears Wednesday and Thursday at the
Majestic.
In "MirandySmiles," he gives us the
simple story of a little scrub girl who
works in a theater in a middle west-
ern town. and his work is said to be
up to its usual high standard.

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N ALLA AXN'I

AT THE WHITNEY

"Miss Springtime," which is sched-
uled for Thursday, April 17, at the
Whitney theater, is said to be the larg-
est musical production now touring
the country. The piece is the greatest
success that Klaw and Erlanger have
produced, and ran for a year at the
New Amsterdam theater, New York,
the house which caters only to home
runs for musical hits, each one of
which must last a season before it is
considered a winner
The music of "Miss Springtime,"
which is by Emmerich Kalman, com-
poser of "Sari," has become even more
popular than that of "The Merry Wid-
ow," or "The Pink Lady." Book by
Guy Bolton, lyrics by P. G. Wode-
house and Herbert Reynolds, and set-
tings by Joseph Urban, give promise
of one of the greatest musical comedy
treats of the season.

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AT THE ARCADE

Norma

"Peggy Does Her Darndest," in
which May Allison appears at the
Arcade theater Wednesday, is taken
from Royal Brown's popular Red
Book story of the same name.
Miss Allison is said to eclipse her
recent successin "In for Thirty Days,"
in this production. The story deals
with a young mad-cap who is the de-
spair of her conventional sister, the
joy of her father and the conqueror of
a mere man who finds it impossible
not to fall madly in love with her.
How her tom-boy athletic training
comes into vital use and in the end
makes her the heroine of the family,
is thrillingly depicted.

Sunday, One Day Only

Master Seer and Crystal Gazer
Knows All ! Sees All! Tells All!
Special Matinee Friday for Ladies Only

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M A Y A L L I S 0 N

Wallace Reid1

IN

''THE PROBATION WIFE"

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Do you knoiv how t, hold your husband? Tears and sighs yon't keep him at home.
What will? See this picture.

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"ALMS, MIKE-MORAN"

The Daily is a campus institution
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college year.-Adv.

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