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12,; X922 TEMCIA AL

the frozen wilderness in Alaska, is which is naturally farcical, and build-
the setting for Jack London's great1 ing pure, whimsical comedy on it
1story "The Son of the W olf," a vivid I Without miaking it grotesque.
icturization ,of which wvill be, shown Two strangers, -ani alost young
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The man andi a sli glaly more tha~n lXn95
story, considered one of London's most cugwoaaecatwtyl1
gripping 'narratives, affords unusual sertngrawoayatcrast ~wayiuautr
opph ortunts, folr'uh ayerS asjunction point, with all wires down
Edih RbetsWhele Oama, Sn;and no trains running owing to a,
Allen and Thomas Jeffersoan. storm. Just before they o osl ,
he Stge Ifor the night, on opposite benches, the
7' main almost proposes and the woman1
I 1 Be Stagealmost accepts. in the early mnorniing,;
! in, bounds a kniickered flapper, the
j WHIUT Ywrhancs "niece-ay, -more,hegrn-
Atwo-star entertainment, featuring niece. She 'and her devorQted &ttend-
Miss Elsa Ryan and Booth Tairking- an'd, Johnnie Write, have driv~e-iorty_
ton will begin .in enga~gement {tonight; miles in a motor car, to pck up Aunt
in the presentatio-n of Augustus Pitou Isabel. As the trai-ns are sill held
of *Mr. Tarkington's latest light come- u lp by the storm, they inite them
dy, "The Intimate Strangers." The to go homre :with -them. I'hie ay
famous playwright hob been particu-: William Ames,, has 'an intpese rj-
larly triumphant in'taking a situation I CorLkfinuedJ on Page Twelve)

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Elsa Ryan, who phy s the leading role, i "Theo Intimate Sirangers"" at the
Witney . a l1tF . week

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Elliott Dexter anid'Clara Kimballj
Young co-star in "The Hands -of- Nara"
Richard Washburn Child's 'poignantly:
'dramatic story' whih his announced as
the screen -attraction for Friday and
Saturday. Aliss Young plays the role
of Nara Alexidif, a young Russian girl
who escapes the terror of the Revolu-
tion and reaches New York after many
hardships. Here, she is "taken up"
by a wealthy and eccentric woman
Nvhose hobby is --persons of unusual
talents 6r e perienos.
Nara's exquisite- hands, which seem
to exert a strange healing power,
bring her temporary fame.. Her heal-
ing powers-,are denied by a young sci-
entist, who loves her; and the clash
of these two personalities is One of
the many intersting episodes of the
play.
ORPI EUK
"~The Fast;?Mail," a William Fox pro-
ducton which~ opens at the Orpheum,
Sun day, is a~n exciting railroad drama,
swift in action and novel in its epi-
sodes. The picture includes a racing
tr~ain with a daring leap; a steam boat
race on the Mississippi; 'a great fire'
scene and- rescue and a thrilling stee-
ple chase full of spills.
"Lonesome Corners,' the attraction.
'for Wedniesdjay and Thursday,' is a'
story of- the Maine-Canadian border
line 'with delightful humor and ro-
*mance. The dramatic action begins
~when JHenry'Warburton's wife is bold-
;ly crried away by his -guest, .Grau1t-
Ham~ilton. The kidnapper starts teach-
ing th~e ign-orant backwoods wife how'
to "be a ladyt and-advises War~burton
'of'heir progress on the first of every
month by notes that appear myster-.
iously.
-Bert LytelI in "The Face Between;"
-the closing feature of the week, is

The Ann Arbor Community aund -Drive fr $45,600 to -meet the 'Budgets
of the Twelve Organizations' whi ~look .after the City's 'Poor, roker n, oe-
less, Friendless and Aged Fami-lies and ,'Idivkk al $, .opens today, It ought

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whose household word is honesty. One
of this sons, innocently becomes in-I
volved in a ;theft at the universityE
Iwhere she is working his way through
college, and. the second soni is impli-
cated inĀ° a 'bank robbery, while an
adopted daughter also gets sadly mix-
ed up in a murder and robbery of the
bank, buit is after all the one able to
clear up the -mystery and bring free-
dom and happiness to the entire fanm-
ily.-
Excellent and! convincing character-

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energy to put this e fort over, for rth honoar and pride of A.nn Arbor. Hel~p
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needs rpany pledg-es for $ ,00and- upwards to succeed but also want~s to have

will buy a Corona, L. C.
Sinith, Hammond, Under-
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is not an -appeal. to your sympathies -but the -Offer- of .a Divine Privilege to
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