laum in "Sa-
Guy Empy in "The
th a monkey comedy,
s" and kinogram
Headed by Tom Wise, the cast that
will present "Cappy Ricks" Saturday,
Dec. 6, at the Whitney embraces the
names of Isabel Withers, Earle Foxe,
Percival Moore, Norval Keedwell, Hel-
en Stewart, Jacqueline Mason, Helen
Lowell; Thomas Shearer, Eugene
Lowe, Phillip Lord, and Arthur Hol-
This attraction which, has delight-
ed New York, Boston, and Philadelphia
audiences, comes directly from a five
months' run at the Cort theater, Chi-
but carry along
qn extra "GOODYEA R"
Michigan Tire & SupplyCo.
arnum in "The Light of
ars," with a news and
-June Elvidge in "Coax
Mutt and Jeff cartoon
-Peggy Hyland in "A
teia," with a two-reel
n Kerrigan in "A White
(returned), with a news
leed in "Her Code of
a news ayg comedy.
"Betty Be Good"
With A Brilliant
Demonstrating vibrators on a per-
son with rheumatism does not always
result in a sale, as Bill Henry, played
by Charles Ray, discovers in the pic-
ture of the same name, which will be
shown again today at the Majestic.
Naughty gambling games are more
profitable to the country lad.. He
learns rapidly when a traveling sales-
man from the city persuades him to
take a chance at America's greatest'
indoor sport, and disappoints his
teacher by relieving him of quite a
number of shekels. -
Then he exhibits uncanny foresight
and buys a: piece of land that every-
cne else agrees is worthless. Then oil
is discovered on it and he is hailed
as a daring financier, but he has oth-
er troubles before he makes sure of
his fortune and wins the girl he'loves.
Inteipreting the role of a distin-
guished lawyer who has lost all am-
bition because of disappointment in
love, Earle Williams will be shown
again today as Shaller Spender at the
Arcade in "The Black Gate.'' He has
fallen from being one of the most
'promising attorneys of his time to an
unknown failure. Then he discovers
that he has been under a false im-
l.ression, for the girl he loves returns
his regard. At this discovery his plan
of life immediately changes and he
turns failure into success..
Easy On 'Throat
The story of the evolution of the
present day Michigan locomotive yell
that is used at all athletic contests
dates back a numbei' of years to the
time when the old U. of M. yell was
U. of M., Hoorah, Hoorah,
U. of M., Hoorah, Hoorah,
Hoorah, Hoorah, Michigan, Michigan,
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood; of the
oratory department, noted the ruinous
effeet of this yell on student's vpices
which, after one of the big football.
games, were often affected for a week
The "mich-mich" in the two "Mich-
igan's" and tote three "rahs" on the
end of the yell, which amounted to a
growl when given rapidly, were par-
ticularly disastrous to students' voic-
es. Two modifications of the. yell were
made, the first of which eliminated
CONSTANCE TALMADGE IN A "VIR-
tuous Vamp," at the Majestic the-
the "hoos" in the "hoorahs" of the first
two lines and the second of which
eliminated one apiece of the
"Michigans" and "rahs" in the last
line. This left the U. of M. yell ex-
actly as it is today.
But these changes did not form
the solution for all difficulties with
this yell, because when it was begun
and one of our opponents commenced
a yell of their own immediately after
ours, our yell was so short that noth-
ing of it could be heard after our op-
ponents completed their yell. The yell
was doubled but this did not prove
satisfactory and in 1903, Professor
Trueblood composed the famous Mich-
igan locomotive, which has since been
adopted by instiutions all over the
country, who substitute their names
or class numerals for our "Michi-
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glamor. here sif Pierre Loti
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any wonder that,"Broken
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noney than you'd ever
ke any kid at a circus
You'll know the real meaning
of PEP and FUN when
you see syncopated Elsie janis in a big, modern comedy-drama
with a surprise in every scene.
Riding bareback, leaping from the trapeze, clowning the
clowns and keeping 'em smiling is only a part of her scheme in
the fastest, merriest romance the screen has known in weeks.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 26
Miss Janis's first public appearance in two years.
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