0, a.30. 10:00
Tues -Wed. 282 and 24 - Ora
Crue in "The Loot," with a Mutt
and Jeff cartoon, "Pawn Brok-
Thlurs-Fri. 25 and 26-Evelyn
Greeley in "Me and Captain
Kidd," also a news and comedy.
SALICE BRADY in '"]Forte w
ARGENTIMA.N TO DFLIVER
LECTURE iN SPAM1SH TONIT,
"The Citiesy and People of South
Amherica," will. be the subJect of a
lecture by Sr. Jaime A. IHaucis, of
Par-ina, Argentine, at 7:15 o'clock this
evening in the Natural Science lecture
room. The lecture will; be givefa in
easily understood Spanish.
Members of La Sociedad Hispanica,
under whose auspices the lecture is
given, will be admitted free of charge,
while non-members will be taxed 15
Patronilze our Advertisers.--Adv.
in a, surprisingly truthful and appeal-
The most important th~ing in the
life of the glrl' lerolne, who is kept in
seclusion by her old-fashioned and
arbitary grandfather, is a meeting she
has with a carefree choir boy who is
restrained by the choir master from
climbing over the wall that keeps her
ieut. Locklear in "The Great
Air Robbery," with a "Snub"
Pollard comedy and colored re-
'view. Adults 35c, children 10c.
Wed.*Thur. 24 and 25- William
Russell in "Shod~ with Fire,"
and comedyr, "Tamiing the West."
Fri-Sat. 26 and 27 -All-star ,
cast in "The Third Generation," j
with a two-reel comedy, "Loose
Lions and Fast Lovers."
Laughs are frequent in "What's
Your Husband Doing," featuring Doris
MayM and Douglas 'MacLean for the
last times today at- the Majestic.
From the beginning to end the char-
acters only extricate themselves from C 0MM-1ITTEFE IN CHARGE OF
one entanglement to get into another "WAYIFARER" MSINF'ORME D
more serious. One of the most
amusing scenes oomes when two law- (r>wIiiOe Issu~es Statement to C.0t-
yers :try to escape with their client, rest Erroneous Im-
who is in a someiwhat heipless state, pressions
from their wives and. her husband,
each of whom appears at unforeseen Regarding the film shown in Hill
mome ts~vto te Iauditorium Sunday night, Irwin Good-'
In adapting the stage version wllet'o, rsientfhhe",
movies the best of the spoken lines made the following statement yester-
have, also beef carried over, supple-
menting the film comedy 'in an effec- day: oga u o nKllail
_____________toriuml ast Sunday night was arrang..
ed and promoted by the University
TILE ARlCAIWl Y. Mv. C. A. in the interests of the In-'
-terchurch World movement. Those in
Grace and, charm are predominent' charge- were misiniformed, it after-
in "The Stolen Kiss," Constance'-Bin- ward proved, as to the importance and
ney's second venture as a screen star, (lduality 'of the motion picture repro-
which will be repeated today at the duiction~ of 'The Wayfarer.' It in no
Arcade. During, a large part of the way did justice to the pageant 4s At
picturre Miss Binney appears as a lit- was actually presented. and, 1w, which
tle girl and she 'interprets her part it was ju~dged:
"The film was sent from the C
cago office of the Interch~urch -Wo
movement, having been borrow
from the :Methodist Centennaryc
lecition, and arrived in Ann Arl
Saturday night. It was not until tr
that those in charge became aware
the fact that only two of the six re
.hipped were at all suitable as to1
subject matter. It was then too la
of course, to correct the difficultya
fthe program had to be altered tos
the emergency. This opportunity
therefore taken to correct any fa'
impressions that the merits oft
picture were wilfully misrepresei
RIESS R] TIRNtiS TO CAMPUS
WAFTERN SERIOUS ILLNtiE
Walter Riess,, '22L, returned fri
Toledo Sunday after his recove
fromn a serious attack of lnfiuen.
He was taken ill at examination tip
and failed to give in to his sickn(
with the result that lhe had a 1
breakdown. Hie will lose sever
hours credit this semester because
the attendance rufle in the Law scho
'Th' Michigan. Daily, the only moe
ing paper In Ann Arbor, conitains
the latest ,Campuu, City and 'Wo
W HIT NE
S UBE AL JOLSON in
MINTY E and HEATH in " hello Alexander",
GORGEOUS MUSICAL EXTRAVACANYZO
LOWER FLOOR . 2.50 and 3.00 MAIL ORID IS
BALCONY 1.Ob -1.50 and,2.0NOW
Last Tdimes Today
«THE STOL&JEN KISS"
HONEYSUCKL. INN .
Flhad fallen. It's' scn-
dalous, boys were
.:. ended. The Pleasantville
jalwas full fora ,the first
time, in seven years - ful
of frantic wives and tremn- J,
bling 'hubbies - their on-
ly hope in the shield of
their nommes -de road.
And, when,. In the cold -
gray dawn,' they said, . .
"Good' morning, Judge"'-
oh, what recognitions: -
-d what- revelations! - You'll
laugh till you'r'e weak.
From Lucille Van Slyke's Novel
" Little Miss By-the-Day"
The same delightful delineation of unusual girl thypes
BA.ERNABETTA in "ERSTWHILE SUSAN"'
stand Gut .like a lighthouse in a sea~
of mediocre pictures
t, , , ,
' 5 :
! I 111
Christie Comedy-"Why ,Husbands
ti Dance"~ and Weekly
ORCHESTRA MUSIC EVENINGS
SHOWS *T 2:00, 3:30, 7:00 AND 8:30
S ECOND great fu~n picture of the most capti-
vtn starring Team on1 the screen, If yc
Teir'first; i"wenty-Three and a Halffo t
Hours' Leave," washailed throu~ghout the coup fr
try as the "~best comedy of-the year,"'
"WWas Your Hu~sband Doi1e?" is fuy see t
au. love to laugh,
rhe love-of Mke
.No matter if you area a "Wet" or a 'Dry"--You
will enjoy this picture immensely!,'
APPOI NTM WNENTS
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