th~e special musical number at the
Upper Room Bible Class this en
fling. The hour of meeting Is 7
o'clock. All UniversAty students cord-
J. L. CHAPMAN
For Reliability 113 S. Main
New Fancy Shirts
with collars to .
Tom'Wise and his entire New York
cast will appear in Oliver Morosco's
production, "Cappy Ricks," a dramat-
ization of Peter B. Kyne's well known
stories, tonight at the Whitney.
Those who have read these stor-
ies, which appeared in the Saturday
Evening. Post, will be interested to
see their unique characters trans-
formed into living men and women.
Edward E. Rose, who wrote the
stage version, followed closely the
important incidents. The interesting
personalities that Mr. Kyne took from,
actual life on the San Francisco wat-
er front have been accurately repro-
duced in the play.
For the purpose of assisting law
students in preparing for their prac-
tical work after graduation, the stage
committee of the Cooley club, the new1
All-law society, has completed ar-
rangements for a detailed jury trial
to be held at 7:15 o'clock next Thurs-
day night in Jeff ersopign +all of the'
The -trial will open in accordance
with the legal procedure, and from
the examining of the witnesses to the
time th6 issues go to the jury, all the,
necessary legal steps in the progres-
sion are to be followed. Throughout
the trial all matters of controversy
will be decided upon the basis of the'
actual law, the witnesses being usedr
to supply the evidence upon which
the case will proceed.
To further the club's organization,
the president, Robert F. Matthews,
has appointed a membership commit-
tee consisting of the following: Chair-
Zimmerman, '21L, to ti
dency, has been made,
having been declared v
PHI SIGMA TAKES [N
MEMBERS IN FALL
Phi Sigma,, honorary
ciety, elected the follow
bership at their fall i
Prof. O. M. Cope, Dr
brunn, R. H. Alter, '22M
D. V. Baxter, '21, W
C. P. Hickman, J. R. H
Hoadley, '21M, R. G. Hui
Klaphaak, '19, George I
Senstius, '19, H. L. Smi
J. B. Stone, '22M.
Misconceptions are important in the
development of the plot in "A Sport-
ing Chance," featuring Ethel Clayton
again today at the Majestic. The vic-
tim of these false impressions usually
is Carey Brent, an impulsive young
girl with good intentions. \After en-
gaging a man whom she identifies as
an escaped convict for her chauffer
in order to reform him, she attempts
to stop Ralph Seward from fascinatings
her young stepmother, and thus caus-
ing unhappiness for her father.
Reversing her former attitude to-
ward Seward, she abandons the saucy
manner in which she had been treating
him for one more flattering to him.
Ifer stepmother notices this intimacy
and warns her to keep away from Se-
ward. How her good intentions per-
sist after this incident, which she
thinks is the result of jealousy, forms
,the ending of the story.
ISABEL WITHERS, LEADING LADY,,
supporting Tom Wise in "Cappy
Ricks," which comes to the Whit-
ney theater, Saturday night, Dec. 6.
in the story. The heroine's country,
home is Marshcliff-on-the-Hudson of
the Detmar estate.
In writing the story, Pelham Gren-
ville created a comedy abounding in
humorous complications and develop-
ed his material In an able and pleasing
manner. Both the stars easily fit into
their roles of the damsel and the per-
sistent playwright suitor.
One Night-- SATURDAY, December
Exactly as presented for nearly one year. at the N
Theatre, New York. Coming to Ann Arbor direct I
five months run at the Cort Theatre, Chicago.
Supported by a Typical
"Vere IBranch Nickels Arcade
MISS HOLLADAY'S CANDIES. of
Paris, Ky. Fresh every week. Tice's
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
New Class Pipes just received.
California, the usual scene for mov-
ing pictures is slighted in "A Damsel
in Destress," showing June Caprice
and Crbighton Hale again today at
OW the Arcade, as a' number of the prin-
"" cipal scenes were staged in the bus-
iest districts of New York City. Broad-
way and Forty-sixth street, in the
heart of the theater district, is the
background for some of the action
while Sixth avenue, the Hippodrome,
and the new Commodore hotel figure
L. C. Smith, Corona and second-
#and typewriters. 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nunnally's, 'Ttie Candy of the
South." Tice's. 117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Dramatized by Edward E. Rose from the
Famous Peter B. Kyne Sat Eve. Post Stories
PRICES-Lower Floor $2.00, Balcony $1.00 and
Mail Orders Now-Enclose self-addressed envelo
done. 0. D. Morrill, 17
while you wait.
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ETHEL CLAYTON in
V - N
"A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS"
BE A HERO! HELP THIS DAMSEL OUT OF HER DISTRESS!
[R. AND MRS. CARTER DE HAVEN in "AFTER THE BAWL"
g" good show for only 25c - Don't Miss It
If you saw Miss Binney in
"39 East" you will surely want
to see her in this, her first.star-
ring vehicle for Realart.
A 1L . 4 "
ske's play by
and the book
But be sure to leave your
heart at home for safekeeping
--or the captivating star will
get it away'from you.
Did you ever hear of a beautiful girl meeting a man all dressed up in prison stripes on the road,
mediately feeling sorry for him because he was so handsome! Well one did that in this picture and--
took a sporting chance on him and hid him from the police-and in return she received a batch of Ro
which was what she was looking fort-and it was some romance.
It is pleasing from every angle-serious or otherwise
Ex ra added attractions