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,AN DAILYl

later, Wed. Eve., April 14
SON'S LAUGHIING SENSATIOJN!
Presents (Associated with the Seiwvyns)
Lt Ie NigSht
M1. Stanley and Adelaide Matthews
ike Your Wife, Mo1ther and Sweetheart to See
siting, BUTT Not Without Lanighter.
SCAST Direct from the Princess Theatre, New
Including FRANCIS BYRNE.
PRICES--75eq $1.009, $150~ AND4 $2.00

Asked At. Random
Today's question: "Do, you thinkI
the local mnoving picture houses are
justified in running their, customary,
number of ads every show? "'

advertisi-ng in the movies. It seems melodies in the score, frequently serv-
to me that it is up to 'the merchiantls es to accompany waltzes and features.
rathier tl'han the moving- picture house As in operas of the past, "George Did'
managers to remedy' this."1 It" has its quota of comic steps, amiong

Donald Bicknell, '22: "It seems to,
me that the movie hou fss make enough
from their regular adlmissions without
running a whole reel of ads, which

which is "Thie Constable Shuffle."

The -Screen

)NDAY

(Mail Orders Now)

James M. Darbarker, '20E, ;president do nothing but bore the audience who
of the Engineering society :a "I was have come for{',entertainment."
discussing this subject last night with - --__ ____
some fellows and we all seemed to + 'e to
agree, that the prices charged at the Th t g
local movies were' quite sufficient to
warrant the discontinuing of movie TiHE WHITNEY
advertisements. No one enjoys these
ads and they are likely to cause re- Eyta orsxiib ocdt
sentment rather than patronage for Egpin ouswllb redt
the merchants who advertise in this 'pay homage to the gliding grace of the
manner." four sinuous oriental maidens in
Helen-Smith, '20F, member of theE "Mecca," one of the best dance num-
T-Square society; "Ahs these ads seem bers in Russell Barnes' .George Did
to afford some of the 'gentlemen stu- I It," the 14th Michigan opera, which,
dent amuemet, Isupose re ill be produced under the direction
all right. personally, however, I like4 of E. Mortimer Shuter for four morei
it quiet :in a moving picture theater, nights at the Whitney. 'Those rivaling
and if by removing these ads this could! feminine grace in the oriental dance
be obtained, it would be well worth; vehicle are 'earl ffI. Velde, Irwin T.
while." uanborn, Tack F. Hlolden, and Ceilan
3. Gerald Vinkemulder, 22: "The } Rorick. Their E~lgyptian interprets-l
merchants naturally want the good tion is remarkably realistic and fss

THlE MAJESTIC

--it

6-Blanch
:r Sex" and
frt of his
s "Broken

ORPNEIJM THEATR E
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:00, 10:00
Tues-Wed., 6, 7-June Elvidge
in Poison Pen," Mutt _& Jeff car-
toon, "Putting On a Dog" and
comedy.
COMING
Bessie Barriscale in "The
Luck of Geraldine Laird."

Assuming a disguise and then im-
personating one's self is one of the lat-
est novelties in screen stories. It is
used with entertaining results in
"Double 'Speed," which will be repeat'-
ed with Wallace leid today at thel
Majestic.
*Reid appears as "Speed" Carr, the'
nephew and heir of John Ogden, a
Los Angeles mill ionaire. While driv-{
ing his new roadster to ZLos Angelest
to meet" his uncle's banker "Speed"
is robbed of his car and all his other
possegslons, including his letter of in-
troductioni. Uponi presenting himself1
at the Los AgelEs lank ho is thrown-
out because of his unkempt appear, I
ane. Not long after this he sees the
speedster that was stq~lezifr'om him and
folilows it to .the banl-,er's home.. The
one driving the car turns out to be tte
l.anker's daughter and when "Spe&",'
starts to vlaim his car she thinks that
he has.'eome in answer tq mn adver-
tisement for a futrjetlr that she has
ru4; in the m ring paper. This re-
Sults in hire Inst impersonation. When
the 1bj4Ker finds it urgent to have
someone pose as "Speed" Carr, Carr
resumes his, true role,
)atronize our Advertisers.--Adv.

THlE ARCADE
In "Shore Acres," James A. Hl
play which has been adaptedt
scr~een and which will be shown
today at the Arcade, Alice Lak
the role of Hlen Berry whose
New England father wants her tc
ry Josiah Blake, a confidence
whom she dues not love. Althoug
father does not know it, Blake
tricked shim out of money that he
ed by mortgaging" his farm.
Berry's selfish willfulness sho,
self when., instead of agreeing 1
prosperous match that he thinl
has arranged for her, Helen ac
Sam Warren, Blake's clerk, any
two elope on a vessel in as
On hearing what he consider,
daughter's criminal and ungr;
disobedience, Berry becomes so in
ed that he blocks his brother who
to light a beacon to guide the sl
the storm. When he discovers he
has been deceived by Blake, and
he has mistreated his slaughter, I.
comes a changed man aina spend
rest of his life trying to make r
pease. ;L
Zele Francais Essays Due Yest
All essays for the con test he
the Cercle Francais were due y
day. Several had been submitt
noon and it was thought probabl
others would be turned in.
Judges for the contest will 'be
3. R. Effnger, Prof. A. G. Car
Prof. Moritz Levi, Prof. H. P. TI
and Prof. Rene Talamon. The
ion will be made sometime in M~v

will of the students,;
chosen a poor way to.

but they have diltust.
obtain It when "Lovelight," one

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'TOO MANY HUSBANDS'"
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"D ouble'Speed"'
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