THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ATTHE THEA TER his best to induce the husband to be
ATT E T Esomething better than a good-for-
nothing, and to the brilliant actress
(Continued from Page One) !he presents the opportunity for her
out. This nicture is a comedy with to succeed in her films.
a guaranteed laugh in every foot of The added attractions include All
film. St. John in "Slow and Sure," and a
Grantland Rice Sportlight, "Wild and
Wuerih Woolly." The Wuerth takes pleasure
Kenneth Harlan and Mildred Davis in announcing next week's feature,
play the leading roles in "Temporary Edna Purviance and Charles Chaplin
Marriage," showing at the Wuerth in his first serious production, "A
oath of servitude, and the avowal of
love between- the young couple brings1
to an end the feud between the two
The showing of the picture will be
accompanied by a special musical
lcuI UIPfR roi~I Al
First Nethodist Church
mr s. i
um kUi 'i~VReverend Scott Westerman's sub-
ject for the. 10:31 o'clock- service is
"I h Thinkin " Bible classes for
students will meet at noon in Wesley'
hall, and there will be Open house at
(Contiued from Page One) a Wesley ball from 4:30 until 6:30
55 Professor Wood will meet his o'clock. "The Challenge of South
in Social Problems. Following America" will be discussed bythe
young people's supper at 5 :45,° pastor at the 6:30 o'clock evening
Shepard will speak on "1!igh service and at the Wesleyan Guild
lecture at 7:30 the subject will be
Zion Lutheran ChurchlI "Drama As a Social Force in Democ-
ie Study flour will be bell at 9, racy."
STUDENTS' SUPPL1 STORE
liii NOUTlI UNIVERPdTY AVE.
Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos
Theater today, through Wednesday.1Woman of Paris." (aarrick
The story concerns Hugh Manners,~ Emily Stevens comest to the Garrick
a cold, methodical husband, who ac- Theater today in a new play by Henry
knowledges the advancing years by esKitchell, "Love in a Cottage.,"
gracefully accepting them. But his "Ashes of Vengeance." starring The story is one of modern sub-
wife would retain her youth and Norma Talmadge, opens its week's urban life, relating the struggles of1
beauty at all costs. Because the wife engagement at the Majestic Theater a young married couple who find love
persisted in seeking romance long today. It is a romance of the 16th in a cottage instead of the proverbial
after it had passed her by, she applied century, a production whic hfor gor- mansion. They are blessed with
for a divorce and anticipated her geousness of costuming, massive set- bouncing boy, a first mortgage, and
freedom and the fulfillment of her de- tings, story interest and splendid a flock of gossipy neighbors. Solving
sires. A domestic upheaval results portrayals is an example of artistry financial difficulties ceauses them a
from the conflict. I seldom displayed on a screen. But lot of worry, and the husband loses
Stan Laurel in a screaming bur- the splendid settings and costuming his job just when the butcher, the
lesque on "Enemies of Woman" and are but a background for an intensely baker, and the piano maker are press-
"Frozen Hearts" and the Literary Di- interesting love story which is never ing their bills the hardest. The role
gest's "Fun From the Press" conclude for a moment overshadowed by the of the wife is played by Miss Stevens.
the Wuerth program. spectacular elements of the picture. Prominent in the cast supporting he:
Elinor Glynn has penned a simple The story opens at a court ball held is Donald Cameron former leading
document filled with human interest on St.-Bartholomew's Eve by Cather- man with Margaret Anglin and Fay
and sentiment in "The World's a Iine De Medici to disarm suspicion. Bainter, and Neil Martin, who played
Stage," which appears at the 'Wuerth She manages that evening to secure juvenile roles with the Bonstelh
on Thursday, to remain throughout the signature of her weak son, Charles players last summer.
the week. the Ninth, to a proclamation decree-.
The story is the author's screen ing the massacre of the Huguenots.j Students to Speak in Grand Rapids
version of star's unhappy married The massacre takes place that night, Herbert Steger, '25, and J K Dunn
life in Hollywood. Elinor Glynn but La Roche spares both de Vrieac
touches on the domestic side of life dand his fiancee on condition that the '24, will speak at Grand Rapids to-
rathernthan the professional in her youngnobleman become his servant day, under the auspices of the exten-
new novel, for five years. While subjected to sion department of the Student Chris-
Dorothy Phillips portrays the screen humiliation at the hands of la Roche tion association. Both students will
player who falls in love with a sales- at his castle, de Vrieac meets the deliver short talks at two religious
man, the latter role being played by beautiful sister of his enemy, Yeoland meetings while there, one coming in
Kenneth Harlan. A friend older than de Breux. Later, at Yeoland's re- the afternoon and the other in the1
either of the two, John Brand, does quest, de Vrieac is released from his evening.
o'clock this morning at the Zion Lu-
theran Church. "J eus' First Miracle"
will be the subject of the sermon to
be delivered in German at 10:30
o'clock. Prof. J. E. Kirkpatrick will
lead the discussion of the tonic, "Self-
Government in Universities," at 5
o'clock. The sermon at the evening
service at 7:30 will be "Faith's Obe-I
Bethehemh nEvangelical Cliar el I
Sunday school and Bible classes
will meet at 9 o'clock. Services in
English will be held at 10 o'clock,
'ollowed by services in German at 11.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
Services in German are to be held
his morning at 9:30. At 9:30 o'clock
Bible classes will meet. "A Trium
>hant Faith" is to be the sermon sub-
iect at the 11:30 o'clock English serv-
ices. The Student Social Hour will
')e held at 5:30.. followed by a discus-
ion and supper.
Trinity Lutheran Church
"The Reversed Order of the World1
'nd of Christ in Dispensing Good
Things," will be spoken upon at the
t0:30 o'clock service at the Trinity
Lutheran Church this morning. Bible
Mlasses will gather at 9 :30.
No doubt about it.
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A SCREA ING ( BU RLESQUE ON
"ENEMIES OF WOMEN"
PATHE NEWS "FUN FROM THE PRESS"
WUERTH CONCERT ORCHESTRA
N. . ).ALCONE, Director
-COMING NEXT WEEK-
PRESENTS EDNA PURVIANCE IN
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ONE OF THE TEN BEST PICTURES OF THE YEAR'
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lVednesday and Saturday
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