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SUNDAT, DECEMBER 11, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGT

-Theaters
WUERTHI
There is something so sweet, whole-
some and interesting in the story of
"Over The Hill" that the blase New
Yorker, so particular and discriminat-
ing in his. voice of theatrical enter-
tainment, has seen fit to give it his
steady patronage and unqualified en-
thusiasm ever since it was first shown
there in September, 1920.
The theme of "Over The Hill,"I
which is here all this week, is mother
love, and the story is based upon the
work of Will Carleton, the poet. Mary'
Carr portrays the mother in a fashion
that has caused much favorable com-
ment. Brisk comedy, character-draw-
ing, romance, good old-fashioned sen-
timent, and drama all have their part
in this beautiful and convincing story.
ARCADE
"A Trip to Paradise," Bert Lytell's
newest vehicle for Metro is the fea-
ture for Sunday and Monday. This
is the screen adaptation of a Hun-
garian drama by Franz Molnar. The
locale of the American version has
been changed from Hungary to Coney
Island, where the leading character
Curley Flynn, played by Bert Lytell
is the barker in a sideshow called "A
Trip to Paradise." It is the story of
a man's regeneration through the love
of a woman and the influense of a
dream.

\
SamriaRzdy and Doris Kenyon
ina'scow fro, .thie PRaMmount Picture
Get-RichQU-ick- Walling rd'
~A, osmopolita~n Production,
The adventures of that inimitable
pair-. Rufus Wallingford and
"Blackie" Daw will be disclosed in
"Get-Rich-Quick-Wallingford" which
will be shown here for the balance of
the week. The picture is from the
famous stage success of the same name
by George M. Cohan and it is a suc-
cession of hearty laughs from start to
finish.
"Get-Rich-Quick-Wal lingford" shows
the good fortune that befell Walling-'

ford and Daw in the little town of
Battlesburg into which they adven-
tured to "clean up" the rich citizens.
MAJESTIC
Romance, thrills, adventure and hu-
man interest, plusaan international
plot, combine to make "Pilgrims of the
N= i',t" which is here for three days
begining Sunday, a most absorbing
drama. It is adapted from E. Phillips
Oppenheim's famous novel, "Passers
Byv." The principal romance of the
story centers around Christine who be-
lieves herself the daughter of Marcel.
a. noted Parisian gambler and an in-
ternational crook. In addition to the
feature "Falling For Fanny," an un-
usually clever comedy, will be showr
Steeped in the spirit of the storied

East is the Bagdad of "One Arabian
Night," a delightful tale starring Pola
Negri. This is the attraction the last
four days of the week. It is directed
by Ernst Lubitsch who has gained
fame as the producer of "Passion'
,.nd "Gypsy Blood." Based on the a
luring "Arabian Nights Entertain-,
it en," it unfolds a story of unbridle(
emotion and merciless treachery.
You'll find bargains in luggage at:
Wilkinson's-Trunks, Bags, Suitcases.
and Purses. 325 So. Main St.-Adv.
Michigan Banners, Pennants. Blank-
(As kstori.lAws.at Wahr's University
'Bookstore.-A dv.
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv.

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SWAIN

Amateur Finishing

Lantern Slides

GROUPS

Daylight or Flashlight
Indoors or Outside

713 E. University Ave.

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Sweets

of Every Description

fill our

KODAK FINISHING
Flashlights and
Outside Groups
EASTMAN KODAKS AND FILMS
719 N. UNIVERSITY

Christmas Gift Boxes
ORDER EARLY TO GET BEST

ASSORTMENTS
WE PACK AND MAIL

The Betsy Ross Shop
NICKELS ARCADE

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TIME OF SHOWS

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Prices for this Engagement
Sunday and Evenings
Adults 50eKiddies 20c
Week Day Matinees

Mon , Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri., & Sat.

MATINEE 2

EVENING

7 -9

Adults 30e'

Kiddies

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IN NEW YORK IT\MADE
EVERYBODY HAPPY
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THE THEATRE
GREATEST HUMAN STORY
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Direc led by Harr Millarde
Vcenario by Paul .Sloane
Special Orchestra Music
By Wuerth Orchestra - Nicholas Falcone, Director

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