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THE MAJESTIC
Unscrupulous tricks are relied on
by the Fargot automobile people in
their race against Wallace Reid as
"Toodles" Walden in "Excuse My
Dust," which will be repeated today
at the Majestic. The initial scheme
tried consists of purchasing two m.a-
chines made by the Darco company
with whom Walden is associated and
rebuilding them to pass as Fargot
cars in the race. These are not the
only disguised machines in the race,
however, as the car Walden, drives is
an old model repainted to look like
the Dayco's latest product. There is
still a fourth Darco in the race which
has been entered by Walden's father:
in-law to assist "Toodles" if necess-
ary.
The Fargot drivers try a number of
schemes to put Walden's car, which
they think is a latest model Darco,
out of commission, but finally, in an
attempt to crowd Walden off the road,
are caught and given some of their
just deserts.

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"Tish," a melodramatic farce im-
bued with the humor of Mary Roberts
Rinehart's stories by the same name,
will be presented Thursday night at
the Whitney with May Robson in the
title role. Miss Robson has been call-
ed one of -America's foremost comed-
iennes. She has appeared in "A Little
Bit Old-fashioned," and "The Re-
juvenation."'
Contrasted to Tish, who is of an ad-
venturous spirit, are two spinsters of
timorous, retiring natures. Through
her strong-mindedness, Tish, who is
always in the center of some excite-
ment, leads Aggie and Lizzie through
a maze of strange happenings.
GARRICK-DETROIT
Impersonating a young author
struggling upward in New York with
his adopted boy, William Hodge is ap-
pearing this week in a return engage-
. went of his latest play, "The Ghost'of
Honor." Mr. Hodge is alsothe author
of "The Road to Happiness," "Fixing'
Sister," and "A Cure for Curables."
The supporting cast includes Mar-
garet Linden, Jennie Lamont, .Ann
Warrington, Miriam McCauley, Alice'
Bricker, Jean Howard, Scott Cooper,
Etienne Girardot, and Bobby Clark.

Money is of little use in Don Mateo's
turbulent romance with Concha Per-
ez, played by Geraldine Farrar in
"The Woman And the Puppet," which
will be shown for the last times today
at the Arcade.
Mateo first discovers the Spanish
cigarette girl when she is performing
a gypsy dance in Seville in imitation
of a professional dancer. The real
gypsy resents the mimicry and Mateo
interferes on the behalf of Concha.
In the struggle that follows he saves
her from the police. When she re-
fuses to accept the money that he of-
fers her for a kiss, he strives to win
her affection through her 'nore pecun-
sous mother. His action only further
arouses Concha's spirit of independ-
ence.
MARINE CORPS CLUB TO ELECT
OFFICERS AT SMOKER TOMORROW
For the purpose of electing next
year's officers, the United States Mar-
ine Corps club will. hold a smoker at
7:30' o'clock Wednesday nigh.t in the
reading room of the Union.
A program has been arranged in-
cluding speeches by members of the
club and faculty, music and refresh-
ments.
The Daily's specialty is service to
ev~rvone.-Adv.
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