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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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P1.~YBarbara Laliarr and Eleanor Board.-
man have the leading roles in Ru
Pert Hughes, production, "Souls For
rnIAk ~n) Sale, whiich is booked for a five-day
ff the cast are as r un beginning Sunday. The setting
hard, Grace Fry; ! for this picture is Hollywood, and the
rd's minstrel, Nan'life and adventures of a moving plc-
rig of the fairies, ture actre-ss form the material fora
a.nia, queen of the an intensely dramatic story. Othera
kson; Puck, Mbarie! in the cast ipclude Lew _Cody, Aileen
f o $ttiflgham ! Pringle, Franik Mayo., and Mae Busch:
Fitzwalter, father; On Friday and Saturday, . "Back-
HrI .,, S hadopw- i bone" with Edith Roberts and Alfred,
Schmidt; Jennyi, Lunt, will be screened. The story
'o Foster; )Vidowi of "Backbone" is the fulfillmr~ent in
"syth; Prioress ofheth twentieth century of a romance
ghtoni; blind lroan, which was shattered' in France gen-
man; Beatrice orations ago. But it is not brought
Omn onstanice to a happy ending until all sorts of
)man, Judith Jeni- mystery and intrigue have been solved
Stratbucker; and; and thwarted. The story of "Back-
yes. bone" was written by Clarence Bud-
ini the group of dington Kelland for the Saturday Eve-
y Koepel, who is ning Post. The play is directed by
Georgia Church., Edward Sloman.

e stedl in marriage,, to see this picture,
Mlrs. Rutpert Hughes was a collabora-I
ter withi Mr. Hughes in writing this
sparkling domestic comedy.
On Thursday, thru Saturdaiy, "Catch
My Smoke" with Toni Mix, will be
shown. It is "a blazing story of a
fiery moan who left plenty of smoke
behind," with the setting in. Tom
Mix's own dauntless West.

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On Sunday thru Tuesday Rex'
Beach's "The Iron Trail" wvill be the
screen attraction at the Or"Zheumz. (fnG
Wednesday and Thursday rIoad Dayv-
light" will be screened, withi Lois Wil-4
son. On Friday and Saturday Gladys.
Walton in "Thne Love Letter" is an-
nounced.G;

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Booth Tarkington's human comedy of
the adolescent boy, "Seventeen," be-
ginning Monday night.

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ick, Catherine Evans,
,m, Marie Knapp, Nil-
g, Lorreine O'Brien,
ara, Abigail Roberts,
iJeanette Studle9y, Mar-
ola Williams, and Mar-

ose chosen to be courtiers are as
ws: Kathr~yn Potter, leader; Flor-
Boo~mhower. Marjorie Bron son,
ian Devine, Frances Ely, Luella
aver, Oflive Hurlburt, Eleanor Mil-
felen Safford, Edna Vosper, Win!-
Wilmot, and Constance Wood.
group of, foresters and rustics
include the following women:
thy Bean, leader; Norma Balz,
Barton, Dorothy Brown, Sadye
,icl, Oharlette THinric~hs, Edn~a
how, Helen Kane, M'~ariam 4Reid,
Snyder, Margaret Simmons,
nee Stormis, Joyce VanAlstyne,
;aret Warthin, Margaret Whyte,
Emily Woodruff. The group of
ners, and; men-at-arms will in-
RWuth Waldron, leader; Helen
Helen Roberts, Nathalie Chap-
Minnie Eastmian, Helen.Harding,
Harris, Edith Koltz, Zella Seniff
e play is_ being directed by M1r.
rt Bra~ckett,. instructor. of Eng-I
in the Enlgineering school, who,
lad, experience in directing plays
:terif scholJls. The plan. of , iv-
e production outdoors on a plat-
to be erectied on the campus be-
the President's home is. a decided
ge from las~t year's play and will
to the effectiveness of the Robin
'story.
1t orders for tickets will be taken
his week and next week if ad-
ed to Katherine Kuhlman. Martha
buildinig. Tickets will also go
le tomorrow at Wahr's and Olra-
s bookstor~es. There will be a
ed numnber~ of seats on account'
tdoor accomimodations aad.none
ese will be reserved. Tickets will

MIAJE STIC
t The popular Norma 'Talmadge as
Mary Turner in "Within the Law,'
the. powerful melodrama of the court.
is the main attraction at the Majes-
tic; Theater for five (lays ncxt week.
beginning Sunday. Sent to prison for
a" theft that another girl committed,
Initiated into a band' of blackmaileri
working only "within the law." Spe-
cializing in breach of promise suits
Sworn to get square with the em-
~ployer who "sent her up" as, an ex-
ample. Married to his son as a means
of vengeance-these are some of the
things that happen to Norma Tal-
mnadge as Mary Turner. Her leading
Mani is .Jack Mlulhall, in the, role of
the "Victimized" son of 'the hated
employer. Eileen Percy plays Aggih.
Lynch, the blackmailer; Lew Cody
is seen as Joe Garson, forger, who
sacrifices himself because of his love
for M'ary.
Thacke ray's famous novel: as the
mirror of nineteenth century London,
~Vanity Fair," will be shown for two
dlays, Friday and Saturday. Mabel
Ballin has the role of that fascinating
little flirt, Becky Sharp, who knows
how to use her world, while the rest
of the players include Hobart Bos-
worth as the Marquis of Steyne,
4Qeorge Walsh as Rawdon Crawley,
Harrison Ford as the dashing George
Osborne, Earle Foxe as Captain Wil-
liam Dobbin, and, Eleanor Boardman
as Amelia.
WUERTIL
Rupert Hughes presents "Gimme"
with Helene Chadwick, Gaston Glass,
and Eleanor Boardman at the Wuerth,
from Sunday through Wednesday.
"Gimme" is a comedy-drama of a
young wife who has to ask her hus-
band for all the money she gets.
The press sheet advises every young
womanl and every young man who is
Contemplating marriage, or is inter-

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