AT THE MOVIES THIS WEEK
Id. Parade to
%r in uniform.
begin in Col-
end in College
ce and Arts.
Address to all
es in Hill Au-
ent Harry B.
12:30 p. m.-Luncheon for Alumnae
at Martha Cook building, followed
by a business meeting for women.
4:00 p. m.-Alumni baseball game,
California vs. Michigan.
6:00 p. m.-Annual meeting and din-
ner of the Alumni Advisory Coun-
cil at the Union.
8:0.0 p. m.-Senior Girls' play on the
8:30 . m.-Senior Men's entertain-
ment in Hill Auditorium under the
auspices of the Union.
June 23-Alumni Day, with auto rides
through the city.
9:30 a. m.-Annual Alumni meeting
in University Club.
12:30 p. m.-Alumni buffet luncheon,,
complimentary, by the University.
1:30 p. m.-Alumni mass meeting in
Hill Auditorium, presided over by
4:00 p. m.-Alumni baseball game,
Californai vs. Michigan.
7:30 p. m.-Concert by Varsity Band
and annual Senior Promenade on
8:30 p. m.-Senate reception in
Alumni Memorial Hall.
June 24-Seventy-sixth Annual Com-
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday-.
John Barrymore in "Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde," at the Majes-
tic. Lew Cody in "The Butter-
fly Man," at the Arcade.
Wednesday and Thursday-Pic-.
turization of, Stevenson's
"Treasure Island," at the Ma-
jestic. Bessie Barriscale in "A
Woman Who Understood," at
Friday and Saturday-William
S. Hart in "Toll Gate," at the
The popular Stevenson stories which
-have recently been photographed for
the screen and William S. Hart's latest
release make up the Majestic's uni-
formly excellent program for this
John Barrymore, star on the -stage
and screen, interprets the unique dual
role in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," to
be shown for three days beginning to-
day. Supplementing Barrymore in his
presentation of the character of Dr.
Jekyll, the philanthropic London phy-
sician whose subconscious self asserts
itself disatrously, are Martha Mans-
I field, Branton Hurst, Charles Lane, J.
Malcom Dunn, Cecil ClovellyINata
Naldi, and George Stevens.: "Dr. Je-
kyll and Mr. Hyde" has been excep-
tionally well received in New York
and other cities where it has been
The romance and adventure of
"Treasure Island" have been embodied
in Maurice Tourneur's picturization of
the well-known Stevenson tale, which
will be shown Wednesday and Thurs-
day at the Majestic. The old Benbow
Tavern has .been reprodleed in real-
istic detail, and realism and vi idness
are carried through the 'cenes show-
ing the coming of Bill Bones, the sea-
captain; the appearance of Black
Dog; the fight for the treasure chart;
and the numerous other entertain'ing
incidents of the adventurous story.
Owing to the impossibility of finding
a boy who suited Maurice Tourneur's
ful hero of the story, Tourner chose
Shirley Mason, who he thought would
have all the charm and piquancy that
could be hoped for, for the leading
In making its appearance at the Ma-
jestic Friday and Saturday, William
S. Hart's "Toll Gate" will be shown
for the first time in Michigan. Ad-
vance notices report this to be the
best picture Hart has yet appeared in.'
Lew Cody, king of screen fussers,
will appear today, tomorrow and Tues-
day at the Arcade in "The Butterfly
Man," by George Barr McCutcheon,
an elaborate treatment of modern so-
ciety from a novel angle.
In this picture, which abounds in
luxurious settings, Cody appears as a
masculine social climber, who, urged
on by his sisters, who have failed to
"marry well," turns his energies and
populartiy with the opposite sex to-
ward marrying an heiress. His moth-'
er is the only beneficial influence in
the career during which, by sheer pre-
sumption, Cody forces himself into the
"four hundred" and makes himself the
idol of ultra fashionable women of all
Mr. Cody is supported by three fem-
mine stars, Louise Lovely, Rosemary
which numbers more than four h
Hurled crockery is usually con
ered to promote discord between
ers, but this is not the case in
Woman Who Understood," which v
feature Bessie Barriscale Wednes
and Thursday at the Arcade. Appe
ing as Madge Graham, a young sci
tress operating a tea room in Gre
wich Village, Miss Barriscale is st
tied on catching a glimpse of a ha
some young man in the act of coma
ting suicide. Seizing a cup she thro
it towards him, and the interrupi
is sufficient to deter him from taki
his life. Tactfully ignoring the in
dent, she discovers that he is a i
sician who is disconsolate because
being dismissed from an orches
She secures his reinstatement a
their friendship results in marriage
The pair enter another chapter
their lives three or four years la
when the husband becomes engro
in a wealthy flirtatious woman w
assumes admiration of art for ot
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Robert Louis Stevenson's world-
famous drama of love and dual
identity played by America's
greatest living actor
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with a notable cast including the famous Ziegfield Beauty
and Artist's Model"
"The finest fellow I ever knew." That's what his
friends called Dr. Jekyll.
"The vilest brute that was ever called man." That's
what the world called Mr. Hyde.
And both were the same!
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In fairness to yourself and others,
attend the matinees,. daily, if pos-
sible, and avoid the night 'crowds
This riot of celluloid hilarity is guaranteed to make you either smile, giggle,
or roar with mirth.
We dnesd ay-Thursdesy-Maurice Tourneur 's
First own production from his own studios.
RATES IHIDDEN TREASURE!
A marvelous production of the greatest, of all adventure stories. Don't miss it!
'story he has been dreaming about all these. years
and planning to-do when he had the time and money.
And here it is!