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MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All S'ws Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
Vivian Martin in
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- TODAY --
2:00 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
~hurs~Fri-17=18-GRACE CUNARD in
"After, the War. L-Ko Comedy,
"Hearts in Lock." Also Free Press
Weekly and Vod-a-Vii reel.
Maesti-VlvianMartin in "Mir-
andy Smiles." Nalla Axmi, Man
Arcade - Norma Talmadge in
"The Probation Wife."
Wuerth-Grace Cunard in "Aft-,
er the War."
Orpheum - Harold Lockwood,
Shubert -Garrick, D e t r o i t -
Charlotte Greenwood in "So Long,
Detroit Opera House-oG-the-Cam-
pus-'"Chu Chin Chow."
pretation of the cafe girl who knows
by instinct that the life she is lead-
ing is not the sort of life she would
choose. But it is far different char-
acter who marries the handsome so-
ciety man, and is thereby furnished
with all the luxuries of life.
The number of gorgeous gowns
worn by Miss Talmadge will be a fea-
ture of this picture.
Violin, piano, and voice students
will be represented in the public Uni-
versity School of Music recital at 4:15
o'clock Thursday afternoon in Friese
The program will consist of the
Marche grotesque ........... Sinding
Etude, C sharp minor ....... Chopin
When Love Is Done ........ Hawley
Come to the Garden Love Salter
Concertino, D major, Op. 54 .... Jansa
Allegro moderato; Poco adagio;
Lake of Wallenstadt, Eclogue...Liszt
Scherzo, Op. 16.........Mendelssohn
Boots ....................... Felman
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THURSDAY, APRIL 17th
Sat-19-SESSUE HAYAKAWA in "A
Heart in Pawn." Also Outdoors and
Comedy, "Easy Payments."
MARY MILES MINTERS
- in -
"THE INTRUSION OF ISRAEL"
2:00,;,3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Picture and News and Comedy.
Sat-19-ETHEL CLAYTON, in "The
Girl ,Who Came Back," with a News
-Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Thur-Fri-17-18-Norma Talmadge in
"The Probation Wife"; Christie Com-
edy, "Five Hundred or Bust" and Ford
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- in -
Sat-19-Bessie Love in "The Wishing
Ring Man" and Big-V Comedy, "Foot-
balls and Frauds"
Mat.Wed. Night and
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CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD In
"So Long LeCty
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AT THE MAJESTIC
"Yes, I would advise you to go
ahead," "It will be more than that,"
and "You will be in for two weeks!"
were some of the answers given by
Nalla Axmi, crystal gazer, to Wednes-
day's matinee audience at the Majestic
The act is entertaining and decided-
ly mystifying. During the first part
of the performance, Mr. Axmi went
through the audience indicating var-
ious articles while his blind-folded as-
sistant on the stage named them, giv-
ing numbers, dates, and other detailed
information. He then answered writ-
ten questions which were submit ed
to him, involving information and ad-
Mr. Axmi claims no supernatural
powers, attributing all his work to ad-
vanced psychology which, he says, will
in time come into universal use.
Vivian Martin in "Mirandy Smiles,"
is the photoplay attraction. The
story lacks in plot and action but
proves entertaining, due mostly to
Miss Martin, who has many of the
Mary Pickford assets and reminds one
not a little of this actress.
AT THE WHITNEY
One of the striking' features of
"Miss Springtime," the big musical
comedy which comes to the Whitney.
theater tonight, is the seenio investit
ture provided by the renowned design-
er, Joseph Urban.
Essentially a modernist, Urban re-
volutionized stage decoration and me-
chanism a few seasons ago. The old
school frowned on him but he won his
first real recognition from Messrs.
Klaw and Erlanger. In this produc-
tion, Urban took his inspiration from
the famous music of Kalman, and
dove-tailed his scenic creations with
the brilliant story and dialogue of Guy
"Miss Springtime" has been called
the most perfect musical comedy ever
origniated in America and its present-
ation in Ann Arbor may be considered
an event of the season.
AT THE ARCADE
"The Probation Wife," in which
Norma Talmadge appears Thursday
and Friday at the Arcade, was rated
by the "Dramatic Mirror" as "great."
Miss Talmadge plays five distinct
characters in this picture, ranging
from "Jo," the favorite inmate of a
dance hall, to the loving wife of a
wealthy New Yorker, whom she first
marries as his "probation wife." The
star is said to give an excellent inter-
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The Dear Girt That Everybody Loves; There's One and Only One
fn Her Latest and One of Her Most Extraordinary Plays in Which She Portrays
Five Distinctly Different Characters
THE MANAGEMENT'S FRANK OPINION OF NORMA'S NEW PLAY:
Norma's Acting in the Five Characters is Really Remarkable:
FIRST-As a Girl Who Attracts People to a Dance Hall.
SECOND--As an Inmate of a Reformatory Where she Scrubs
Floors and Labors.
THIRD-As a Woman Willing to Sacrifice for Pretty Clothes.
FOURTH-As a Demure Little Wife in Name Only.
FIFTH-As an Intriguing Woman who Arouses Her Husband's
What We Don't Like About It: It Teaches Married Women Bad Ideas!
As a Wife, Norma Does Things that a Good Woman Should Not
Do-Justifying Her Actions on the Theory That She is Teach-
ing Her Husband a Lesson.
Married Men, no doubt, will Disapprove of this Method.
Her Gowns and Dresses are so Beautiful and so Many that we Started to Count them
but were Bewildered and Gave Up!
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