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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IIIIIiI1IIIIIItI'IunhInllhlIIjniri1111 .,
ARCADE
e Golden Snare," the screen
z of which will be the feature
ping Sunday, is declared to be
Oliver Curwood's best and most
bing story of the snow-swept
of the north. The plot is un-
and of compelling interest.
S. Stone will be seen once more
oyal northwest mounted police-
The star is supported by an
ate cast which is headed by Ruth
k.
e Sign On The Door' with Norma
dge and Lew Cody will be the
i offering for four days beginning
esday. The plot concerns a
wife who becomes complicated
,uestionable situation as a result
. innocent affair prior to her
age.
MAJESTIC
ther notable contribution has
nade by Pola Negri to the silent
,in her portrayal of Carmen, in
y Blood" which is the attrac-
he first three days of the week.
tory is adapted from the origin-
rsion by Prosper Merimee. In
>le of the enchanting cigarette
Pola Negri is said to surpass
her characterization of Madame
arry in "Passion." The picture
>duced on the same elaborate
that was employed in her form-
meen triumph.
inning Wednesday, Thomas
an will star in "Cappy Ricks"
is produced from a series of
B. Kyne's stories written for
Saturday Evening Post" The
deals with maritime adventures
homas Meighan plays the part
sturdy sea dog. Agnes Ayres
e leading feminine role.
WUERTH
body's Fool," with Marie Pre-
.s the star and King Baggot as
>r, plays four days beginning
y. The story is a light, but
ag romance of a school girl who
es suddenly wealthy. In addi-
o the feature, "The Toreador"
e shown. It is a Clyde Cook
y with an unusual brand of
ant Washburn makes an auspici-
ebut as his own producer in
Road to London" which is the
e for three days beginning
day. How Washburn as a trim
in a "twin six" avoids an irate
and a dissapointed fiance and
es a charming bride, makes a
farce and wholesome romance.
THE DETROIT STAGE
Shubert-Mchigan
of interest to theater goers to
that Madame Petrova has re-
to the legitimate stage and
a seen this week in "The White
ck." The story involves an at-
e and cultured woman who
her unscrupulous husband and
to support herself as an artist.
magnificent staging reflects the
ul atmosphere of the city of
where the plot is laid.
GARRIC(
Ditrichstein is seen in "Toto"
wicked but fascinating king of
an night life. "Toto" is an
ag story, full of sparkliig and
>phical wit and yet suffused
t sort of tenderness and withal
ily amount of advise.
your Daily subscription at the
Bldg.:,Adv.

Junior Laws Petition Bursley for Hop
Earl F. Boxell, '23L, was elected
student councilman from the Junior
law class at a meeting held yester-
day afternoon. Other business con-
cluded at the meeting was the ap-
pointment of a committee to petition
Dean Bursley for the re-establishment
of the J-Hop, and the empowering of
the president of the class to make
arrangements for a class dinner.
Exclusive designing in Afternoon
and Evening Gowns
230 Nickels Arcade
PHONE 795-W
MRS. GRACE VA SCHOICK

FRESH LITS WILL
SELECT OFFICERS
Freshmen lits will cast their votes
for class officers between 9 o'clock
and 2 o'clock Monday in the main
corridor of University hall. The
nominees for the offices are: for presi-

Briggs and Ardys Stoner;
urer, D. E. Johnson and J. G.
Freshmen Foresters Form
Organziation of a Forestry
effected recently when fre
the forestry department m
call of Edward Sparrow,
formed a club to further the
oftheir chsen nrofession.

for treys-i
or tr- SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
Lamoree. EAT AT REX'S
m Club THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
club was Near State and Packard Streets
shmen of

A Rliable Jeweler
CHAPMAN
113 South Main

i

et at. the
'25, and
interests
The se

dent, F. L. Mon-hian and Thomas1and meeting of the club will be held
Yutzy; for vice-president, Ruby Green Nov. 7, at which Prof. Filbert Roth,
and Alice Powell; for secretary Jeane of the forestry department, will speak.
MARIE SCHnANKZ
COSTUME DESIGNER
Evening Gowns a Specialty
1

PICTURES OF FOOTBALL MEN
WE'VE GOT 'EM ALL
Individual or Group
Pictures
719 N. UNIVERSITY

REPAIRING AND REMODELING

306 S. State St. (2nd floor)

Phone 1-090-J

*

-Starting Sunday
A Throbbing Drama of
CarectCigarette Girl
of Seville

Cculd you wish for more than the in-
comparable Pola Negri in a drama of
Gipsy Love? Paralleling "Passion"
in artistic splendor and outstripping it
in wonder-lure!
Glowing with the art of a woman
who doesn't just portray but lives
- YES, LIVES -- -through
scenes of gipsy wooing as ecstatic
as the love of the world's Im-
mortal Beauties.

Ap,

Now

A Drama of Old Spain--

Its Camp Fires and Its Love Fires--

;

I

( COME with Pola Negri through
the.languor-lanes of Old Se-
ville, where the days are hot and
slow, and the nights deep - pu'r-
ple - incensy -COME!

N'S

ILTED

Based on Proper Merimee's Original French story,
"Carmen" (not the opera)-and you
HAVEN'T SEEN THAT!

ADDED COMEDY NOVELTIES
JIMMIE ADAMS
In a joyful interpretation-of a
"SUNLESS SUNDAY
A MERMAID COMEDY

MILKS.f

Corning!
THE GOOD LUCK STAR
THOMAS
ME IS N A N
- IN-
"Cappy Ricks"
NUF SED!

at

WATCH( FOR ANNOUNCEMENT
OF THE
SERIES OF BIG PICTURES
Scheduled at the Majestic

TOPICS - ORCHESTRA

OVERTURE-
"Wanderer's Ziel"...... ..+.. . F. V. Suppe
"Wanderer's Hope".........................F.V. Suppe

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Drug Store

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No Advance in Prices
Balcony 25c - Main Floor 356 - Kiddies
COME EARLY

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South Main Street

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For Ele ctrical
Repair Call the

Washtenaw Electric Shop

Telephone
200 E. Wash

273

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