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2, 1924' THE. MICHIGAN DAILY- PAGE

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'T 1hiIe Wuerthi i delivered which allows little room fori of Algiers, and bearing as pessengers
"$20 a Week," the comedy feature criticism. Seldom have, there been' Sir Oliver and Rosamund, his sweet-
opening at the Wuerthi today, has a' so many massive settings in one ic- rheart. During the filming of this
good story, not a rushy, hysterical ^tore before, especially so many big Moorishi gallease bumped into two
melodrama, but a sound, logical ro- sea scenes with ships of such demen-1
mance of business and love, replete sions employed. A complete city was large objects, seemingly sunken
' t ~with many humorous situations. erected -n 'Santa Catalina island toI barges or big logs, which turned out
Ronald Colman, who makes his first house the thousands of players, ar-i to be two mammoth whales. Put be
screen appearance since playing op-! tists, and ,workmen used in the film- I fore the amners could be focus ed
" Nor r posite Lillian Gish in "The White, ing;, andl four ships of the sixteenth the whales had submerged and pass-
- ~Sister" takes the leading male role,' century type were built especially for el from view.
1while Edith Roberts plays the fen- this picture. ___
?inewlead.Completing the program, Illo il Ky h il oe XFi rhin
is Larry Semon in "Trouble Brewing.' }ttter the dual1principal character, Ch'arles Hutchison in "Iiute;, of
?:~.: "Flapper Wives" from the play by and i Enid benntt as Rtosam~nund is a thle IT. S. A." will be tbe feaetured litd
' {- ,''x Jane Murfin, the author of "Snilin charming licroinc4. 4ration2 at the Opheiru om~
,v-1: tTrough," ill be he attration atAong t t>many unique and bea~ti- throug.h rI-usday On Wdnc=;say nd'
a < r a the Wuerth the last-three days of this til hCO2hi(ImacsensoTusay elhati "Forbidden1
k,. tiwek "lapeWve" aswrte production is a night sea battle tange" will e shown, and on lVriday
.. t srv:a"astae'ehcl fr an betwen the largxe English frigate and S.atuidlay the Orphemaii will pre-
'~ / ~ ,.Cowl, stage actress, but when she "The Silver Heron" and the Moorish snt behinid the (i: ta" with John
Shakespearean and othar roles, it gal__ease,_com__andedby_______________________and ___________________
." r , was decided to hold off the debut o'
..,. : 5.: , ': +i, r " : Fla perthe play intoS screen form instead ,
A=.... ., ,.May Allinson plays the leading arrt.va at theSino
The Spat family in "The Darkest
i petf(lttun Sills and Etitidte3 nettli in a sc~t-r ethsfrom "heS a-wk," "showing,"t Halnor"ad Paatheni ewswill tico opee V
tteArtdthar hi ekthprga.7he Golden Oaks Inn1
.. ._ j i faoedSaatini "Capeuetan li'
I whiqili are different from anything sanoceasomgtoheW rt Luncheon, 11 -2
I !next Sunday. J. Warren Kerrigan is
she has previously done before the featured in the role of Peter Blood.l
camea._ Dinner, 5-8
C ineni Conmpleting the early week program, jTeAcd
TI rcd Private Dining Room
e Majestic theatre preseints Olga Rafael Sabatini's stirring novel ofA
IKane & Co. with Billy Baskette, the Barbary corsairs, "The Sea Hawk" Evening Parties and Sunday Evening Luncheons .
pcplar song composer, on the stage, opens at the Arcade theatre today for
The Majestic Lige Conley in "Wild Came," kino- j a week's run. To visualize Sabatini's At the Corner of So. University and Forest. Phone 3361 -W
"Circe the Enchantress," an origin- igrams, and a new -Aesop fable car-I vivid drama has been a gigantic n-
al story for the screen written es- toon.I dertaking, yet a photoplay has been -Ā°_______________________

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