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TWELvE ..:: THE MICHIGAN DAILY_______

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n Speaker t brings on an .instinctive clash between
them-conflict, andI thene romance.
Voune r Aleetl The cast merits mention: The Vir-
ginian, Kenneth Harlan; Molly Woods,
Florence Vidor; Trampas, Russell
Simpson;, Steve, Pat O'Malley;
Shortie, Raymond Hatton; Judge
v. Henry, Milton Ross.
t The Wuerth Concert Orchestra will
be one of the. main .features in the
x~ presentation of Owen Wlister's novel.
Director Falcone has arranged a spe-
cial musical score, making the photo
classic even more enjoyable. Will
* *:.. Rogers in "Hustlin' Hank" will con-
clude the program.
I The ,Greepx gpddess," starring
* George'Anlise, featur~es at the Majestic
*~ \'*%'~ Itoday through Tuesday,
y ~The story deals with' the adventures,
lof' a young Englishwoman who,f
through an~ airplane accident,'has fall-~
..\ en into thehands of aparticularly un-
rI scrupulous. Indian Rajah. It seems'
that three brothers of the Rajah, who:
.~$'' frules over the kingdom of Rukh in the
X wildsq of the Himalayan Mountains, havei

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Jeanette
the rule.
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title role
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volunteers to take her place A refined girl, a victim, of circum-
ons of becoming a great bare- stances, decides that the world is not
ler. His hopes are high but for women but for men only. Mas- ,i
.h when he meets with an ac-I querading as a man she seeks to hide
But the accident proves the' herself in Africa where she is thrown!
rtunate occurrence of his ca-' into a whirlpool of excitement, ad-
through it Toby becomes the venture and romance.
)wn of the circus. And as Tfhis, briefly, is the themce of' 'Pan-I
eloves a clown, little M'issj jola," Cynthia Stockley's famous mans- o'c:
proves to be no exception to , terpiece of South African gold field
life, which features at the Arcade;.._.
iedy, "Uncle Sam," Kinngrams, Wednfesday through the week. It tells;
rt novelties conclude the Ma-; the story of an English noblew~oman '
rogram for the latter half of who is disguised as a man, 11rhts the'
-- curse of "Panjola," the soul destroy-
Arca e' ing >drink of the gold miners; fights
eM. Cohan appeared in the for 'the man she loves and willingly
eof "The Meanest Man In the offers to sacrifice herself for this man
ini New York city. for a solid; by standing trial for a murder which
rhis popular, -stage play .has; the man commits.
lapted. to the screen and b)- In the role of "Desmond," the girl
today it will be :presented at Anna Q. Nilsson will be seen in a
ade Theatre .thr~oug'h' TIues- part which critics declare to be the
1greatest role of her whole stage or;
tar role is played by Bert Ly- screen career. James Kirkwood en-I
is so 'tender hearted as an; acts the male role.
rthat he has never made a
Resolved to be the meanest Orphem
the world, he proceeds to evictI Lionel Barrymore and Alma Ru-'
IUdson from her farm. The Shens in "Enemies of Women" feature
is out to be Jane, young ano at the Orpheum today through Wed-
Then the lawyer learns that; nesday; on Thursday Milton Sills and
>loyers want to foreclose the! Claire Adams come in "Legally Dead."'
;e on the farm because theyI The latter is a, story of the new mar-
tty certain that there is oil on vel which has upset all tradition ofC
perty. A race against time be-( medicine and surgery; adrenalin, the
*aise money to sink a well for life-restoring drug with which dead'
With but five minutes to go, people- have apparently been brought
1gushes in and saves Jane's back to their earthly existence.. It
Lit not her heart. Blanche tells the story of a man executed for
3the lovely, sympathetic hero- murder and restored to life by means
lady of Bert's heart. of this mysterious drug. .

F'reshimen 1 i id a ii rat 7
-lockl 'Piie,'cday e' cu'm gnv tthe :!i'-
innl v'hall (,f thoio akn. Thi prc -

gram was annouinecd yesterday by F. Uppyjercliassmen to b~e Fxam',ned
Ill. Smith, '27), chairmnan of freshman Ulpperc;lassmen have not been re-
activit es quirel to have a physical examination
fle fre'Anium -lee tclub will make this year. Dr. W. E. Forsythe, of the
its fig >t aplnc'arauce> of tbe year at the Health service, announces, however,
meeting as well as a tiemnonstration that those whose previous examnina-
by members of Dr. George A. May's t ions have been indicat ve of any dis-
fencing class. Talks will also be giv-i ease, or contagion will be sent notices
en by the presidents of the freshman to appear at the Health service for
literary and engineering classes, examination.

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x-bencondemned to death bmanheinrt
ish government. oeJ
John R. Mott As a means of'rvenge the Rajah de- ""tr
geneal ecrtar ofcides to put his unexpected visitors to pretty.
John R. Mott, deth.neracovineseicrgnoantsub hifep
the International committee of the dah E ov n ishIpoalesb-mortgag
Y. . C A, wo s t gve neof hejets that these Egihpe el.have elre
Y. . C A. wh isto iveoneof hebeen sent by their deity, the Groe$e lpnt
principal addresses before the Ninth Goddess, as compensation for the loss the prop
Annual Student Volunteer convention, of the Princes, his brothers. The peo- gins to n
to be held at Indianapolis Dec. 28, to pledemand that the victims be sacri- Jane.' M
Jan. , 1924. fied. The Rajah is attracted by the tewl
Iyoung Englishwoman (Alice Joyce) Sweet is
THE, L E /1A + Z C nd offers 'to,spare her life if she con n"
M S gnts ~to be his wife.. ne, the
Upon this general situation William .
(Continued from -Page Nine) " Archer, the athor of the play, ha
Virginian are punchers on the ranch built up. avehice of tremet ousa dra-
of 'Judge Henry, one of the 'leading matec strength. A comedy, "Tail
ranchers of the country. Light,"and an aded ochestra atrac-
The two men have worked and! tion conclude the prgram.
played and found the best meaning of'Gossip at Hollywood has it thatA
friendship together for years. They Jackie Coogan Is "in love"Be that5
are on the way to Medicine Bow with as It may, it has been noted that '
a bunch of Judge Henry's cattle for Jackie has been particularly attentive
shipment when the Virginian sees the to dainty ittle Peaches Jackson-just
stage coach, bound out from town eight. Moreover, she is the first.
careening down the road with a drun- "leading lady". that Jackie has ha
ken driver, and a girl inside crying since he began making pictures. Su~
for help appears opposite him in his newest
The girlI is Molly Wood, the new and finest picture, "Circus DaysI
school teacher from Vermont. She is which is coming to the Majestic o
finding everything in the raw, new Wednesday.
country terrifyingly strange-her a- In this delightful aaptazuou 1+
rival in the town the night before, and James Otis' celebrated story, "Toby
now this 'wild experience in a stage Tyler," Jackie' plays the role of Toby, a,
coach. The stage overturns at the a, poor peddler. of peanuts, while !
ford, and the Virginian lifts the girl Peaches appears asJenette, the tiny
out and carries her to the bank, sobers equestrienne star of the'. circus. 1
up the driver roughly, and then rides The breach between' tler respect-
abruptly away' again, leaving Moll ive positions is great, but the gallant
only a vivid memory of z>> b:o sec Toby mahnageos to overcome it and the
strength. opportunity to demonstrate his chit'-
-She sees him next at the dance that airy to a' lad i in' dstress omeswhen
Judge Henry gives in her honour. th litle equtitretne sirainrs."her
Their consciousness of each other ankle.
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TUESDAY,, NOV.. 21

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SHOWS TODAY CONTIUQUS FROM 2 TO 10
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We urge. our, patrons to attera
the matinees and avoid the eve
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THE INIMITABLE

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Produced by HliRoachl-Titld by H'ill' Rogers; 1Yhii.t More Could Yol Ask?
"Seia6uscfor6Te6irinan"
The Wuerth Concert Orchestira wi11 agan lbe one ot the main feaures in the presentation of Ow en W~\iser's great novel. Orchestra Directox
Falcone has arrange a special music score to be played with "TheVirginian,"msaking the photo classic even more enjoyable.

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