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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, Di

*"Th ates LERTH 'cw theatrical season. Since Miss1
Ain*. N C m ua "Grandma's Boy,". Harold Lloyd's Fredericks appearance in "Innocent" i
AILnewest and most ambitios comedy, in 1914, Mr. Woods has been trying to a
Continued from Page Nine.) opens a week's engagement here Sun- persuade the star to abandon her bril-h
Publication in the Bulletn constructive notice to members of the pet of the screen world by his mar- day. The five-reel picture with its liant career on the screen and return.
the University. Copy received until 2:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdayi. velous portrayal in "The Silent Call," laughs, thrills. and suspense is bui When the Present contract was signed
arond thme s erius s te ~--Mr. Woods intended to present Missi
Volame &SUTNDA, DECEMBER .3, 19 2Number GO argund a 4-day run Wednesday. In the around a there as serious as the py r od nede opeetMs
VolE E m ei a4-drun e s dag In a tse chology of fear. Lloyd is seen as the Frederick first-in London in "Lawful
picture Strongeart is a dog of almost bashful small town boy, who, at nine- Larcency" and then in New York in
Titthe Deans:adual personality-in one flash savage- modest and retiring. Somerset Maugham's "East of Suez.
There will be no conference of the Deans in the President's Office at 10 ly fighting attacking wolves, and, inTH
c'clock Wednesday, Dec. 6. the next, gently caressing a helpless was to sing out loud in church. His such an ideal vehicle for Miss Freder-
M. L. BURTON. infant lost on the open snows. whole life had been ruled by fear but ick that he secured it for immediate
Lady Silver, one of the exhibition of when his little old-fashioned grand- presentation in his Chicago theatre.
UnivesityLectres:Siberian wolves at Denver Zoo, is the mnother comes to his rescue with her "The Guilty' One" is said to be an
Baron S. A. Korff will deliver three University lectures on Monday, Dec. "flapper-vamp" that impels Brawn, the great wisdom and teaches him the intensely powerful and surprisingly
4, Tuesday, Dec. 5, and Wednesday, Dec. 6. Each lecture will be given in part played by Strongheart, to desert meaning of self-confidence, he makes novel drama of domestic relations.
Room B, Law building, at 4:15 p. m. The subjects will be as follows: (1) his human mistress-a desertion te sleepy little town of Blossom Bend Miss Frederick will be supported by a
"The Present Status of Parliamentary Government in Europe"; (2) "Recent which causes a baby to be carried -and the Girl in particular-sit up notable cast, including Charles Dalton,
Events in Russia"; (3) "Russia and Turkey." The .Public is cordially in- away on a runaway sledge pursued by and take notice. Charles Waldron, Noel Leslie, Henry
vited to attend these lectures, which are arranged through the Department wolves. Lady Silver's fate, is that of Lloyd's scenes with Grandma, play- Warwick and Florence Edney.
of Political Science. all vamps, for she is left deserted and Iled by Mrs. Anna Townsend, pan y-
F. E. ROBINS. lhearted devotin to hi istresswhol able old lady of 79, are among the SIIUBERT-HICHIGAN (Detroit)
Consular Service: her baby. most charming ever screened. Mildred "East Side-West Side," a play of
,Cnslr evie;jhe ab.Davis is cast as the girl, Dick Sther Newpor lfe yoeny 1llan
A limited number of pamphlets have been received at this office for dis-l p a erewLgonkOsife by Henry Hull and
tribution among students who are Interested in the American Consular Ser- MAJESTIC teensortr s excellent as tandharles LMighton Ost n, has beenseek offer
J. A. BURSLEY. Lack of familiarity with American "Fools of Fortune" ing.
J.__A.__BURSLEY._ ways involves Ming Toy, as played by "Fools of Fortune," uniquely inter- Duncan Van Norman, a writer along
Constance Talmadge in "East is West," esting and replete with amusi1g con- serious lines, has tired of life and the
Fine Art- I: Yetn n elt ihauigcm
Fine Arts I-A make-up examination for the second Blue Book will be '.the 0pening attraction of this week. plications, makes this week's program people he meets, including his own
held Tuesday, December 5, at 4:00 P. M., in Room A, Alumni Memorial in several tensely dramatic situations a double comedy bill. The picture is family, his mother and sister being
Hall. and also in as great a number of hum- an adaption of one of the "Piperock" of the modern society type. A friend,
BRUCE M. DONALDSON. orous moments. series of Western stories written by diagnosing his case, decides that he
Ming Toy is taken to America by the W. C. Tuttle. Marguerite De La Motte needs to brush shoulders with a dif-
GraduatI Students: kindly Lo Sank Kee after her sensa- is given the leading feminine role ferent class of people and introduces
There will be no conference of graduate students in Education Monday tional escape from the "Love Boat," with Jack Dill portraying the adven- into Van Norman's life Lory,. a girl
evening, December 4, 1922. where she was about to be sold at turesome cowboy who tries to pass from the lower side, engaged to type
G. M. WHIPPLE. auction. In America Ming Toy first himself off as the long lost heir of the the writings of the author. The girl
lives in San Francisco's Chinatown De Puyster millions. arouses Duncan's curiosity and he be-
where she was admired by Charlie In producing the 1922 version of "A comes more interested in life; his
Gradahislihmu,
The next meeting of the Graduate English Club will be held on Monday I Yong, "fifty-fifty Chinaman." Fool There Was," announced as a writings, which before were stilted
evening, Dec. 11, in tile parlors of the Helen Newberry Residence, at eight Ming Toy's introduction into the coming attraction, William Fox brings and impossible, begin to breathe of hu-
o'clock. Prof. Scott will speak. aristocratic Benson family creates the vampire back to the screen, al- manity, and success as well as happi-
MARIAN STUDLEY. const nt Iaughter. Billy Benson is in though he has toned the lady down ness comes his way.
_________love with her and she is living under somewhat, and made the role more
University of Michigan -rs-tBand:I the scrutiny of the elder Bensons. Nev- subtle. Estelle Tayler is seen as a
V ay Dau. ertheless she thinks tar soap has the strictly up-to-date vampire who lured
Fiaculty Concert on ,Sunday, Dec. 3. jV L O
sweetest odor of all American per- men with her beauty and wit rather SCHOOL OF
Rehearsal, Hill Auditorium,, at 2:30 p. i.
Uniform-Full dress; no capes. fumes and regards gum-chewing as a than by an overdose of blatant sex DANCING
WILFRED WILSON, Director. fine art. She also learns to wink, be- appeal. Splendid support is handled
1lieving this to be the customary Amer- by Lewis S. Stone, who plays the fool. Private Lessons in
ian salutation. Irene Rich as the wife, Marjorie Daw BALLET DANCING
SPAIN IS HONORED to the end that at least a part of the sSirley Mason in Comedy as the fire-flashing little sister, Mah RITAL NG
BY NOBEL PRIZE ineerastioinlus, Spain brei th:Charlie Yng follows Ming Toy to lon Hamilton and Wallace McDonald AESTHETIC DANCING
BY N B L P IEintellectual stimulus, that he labored a the home of the Bensons where he MODERN
to found this theater. He himself has holds her and Billy Benson powerless SMD NC
In awarding the 1923 Nobel prize written several plays for presentation at the point of a large calibre auto- e
ft a it. - hmatic pistol. Ming Toy however di-
for V'rature to Jacinto Benavente' For many years, Benavente has been verts his attention by a clever ruse STUDIO:
the impxaance of Spain in contenmpo- lhailed as one of the greatest of the which saves her from the threatening GARRICP (Detroit) 2ND FLOOR CHUBOBN 3USM
rary drama has been recognized. Ben contemporary Spanish dramatists. His dange. IPauline Frederick has returned to PHONE 2315
avente is the second Spaniard to ob- eral years ago was proof of the high Shirley Mason will be shown in the stage after an absence of eight!
election, to the Spanish Academy sev- "Youth Must Have Love" Friary and years in a. new and original drama
regard in which his compatriots held Saturday. This picture is r-ashing in three acts, entitled "The Guilty EANETTE
the first being Jose Echegaray' .him, .And now, with the winning of comedy drama furnishing plenty of One." A. H. Woods will present this KRUSZKA JOHNSON
Benavente wad born in Madrid in the -Nobel prize in literature, Jacinto good, sparkling entertainment. . play the week of December 3rd, bring- Instructor
1866, and early conceived an interest Benavente has at last won internation-- ing the celebrated star and her pro-
_ l en AniiM s ~nnF'hnan~tatidutin itct frm a +in rth.I'

However Duncan's society friends
misinterpret the relations between him
and Lory and she is driven from his
home. The announcement of Lory's
inherited fortune comes at the crucial

moment but Duncan has already been
disinherited by his mother. Just how
Lory circumvents Duncan's modesty
and pride is amusingly told in the final
act of the play.

STARTING TODAY
ORPHEUM THEATRE

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in all things theatrical. It is saide
that while still a boy, he took great
delight in fashioning little skits .that
he might act out himself. He conceiv-
ed an interest not only in the writing
of plays, but in all branches of the
dramatic art. Ile has even appeared
occasionally in some of his own pro-
ductions. -

al recognition as one ot the greatest
living authors.
Los Intereses Creados, considered
to beone of his best comedies, was giv-
en last year as the annual. production
of LaSociedad Hispanica, a University
club composed of students taking
Spanish.,

ORPIEUM
The Social Hygiene Films company,
owners of the motion picture "Some
Wild Oats," has leased the Orpheum
theater for one week starting Sunday.
Their picture "Some Wild Oats" comes
here direct from a 17-week run in De- I ri.a d h s b e n osd b
troit and has been endose by a
group of local women well known in
welfare work. There will be special
reels and shows for men and women.

jnUUUL1 Lac Urom a t ree months'
triumphant run in Chicago. .}
Th return of this great favorite to
the spoken drama may be considered
one of the outstanding features of the

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The MICHIGAN AL ENDAR 1923

No Rhodes Scholar in 1923
Michigan is, to have no Rhodes

Draws From W de Field.
The first of his published writings,
a book containing short sketches and
dialogues, was published in 1892.
From that time to date, his writings
have appeared regularly, and have,
met with almost unvarying popularity.'
In the material from which- he has
drawn the subject matter for his plays,
he has displayed a diversity that
makes it difficult to class him with
any particular type of dramatist. A
glance over a list of his plays, which
number more than 75, shows such
widely varied types as the farce comi-
edy with music, the tragedy, adaptions
from Shakespeare and Tennyson, aid
straight comedy. He excells at satires
on the life .of the Spanish aristocracy
of today, and shows hiiself a genius
in the portrayal of whimsical little
comedies done after the manner of the
old Italian "comedies del artes." He
has written fairy stories meant prim-
arily for prentation before children,
and he has at tirnies been the vigorous
promoter, of. various radical political
and economical reforms. His field, in
short, appears to be unlimited.
Founded Children's Theater
One of the outrtanding achieve-
ments of Benavente's career is the
founding of a theater in Madrid ex-
clusively for children. It had long
been the belief with him that some
scrt of healthful and stimulating in-
tellectual recreation is necessary to
the proper unbriging of children. This,
he saw, was impossible under the ex-
isting Spanish social conditions.- tI is

scholar for 1923 in accordance with
the apportionments of scholarships ! 1lElUIIIl lI1IJI1ll,uIIIIl IOIIIIIgllilip
scheduled. by the Rhodes Trust. The rB OR
states of the Union are divided into DOROTHY B. LOWRY
three groups of 16 each. These groups CHIROPRACTOR
send students;to Oxford-on the Rhodes 606 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
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T, ry Greek Prince
Lond'on, Dec. .--A Reuter dispatch
froin Aten-s says the' trial of Prince
Andrew, of Greece, who Is now in the
Greek capital, Will begin shortly. The
wite of King- Andrew also is in Ath-
en.
- Studenta Will Reei "E" Grades
AllA courses dropped from now on
will be rated as courses in which the
students taking them have failed and
will be graded with an "E" according
to a reportfrom the office of .the as-
sistant dean of the literary college.
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