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TTHE MICHIGAN DAILY s

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The Wuert
'Little Johnny Jones" featured at
e Wuerthhtheatre the first of the
eek, is an adaptation of the great
acing drama of the stage, and in its
ansition to the screen loses none of
s original pep. The story is that of
)hnny Jones, American jockey out
win the English Derby and his
iemy, Robert Anstead, equally de-
rmined to make him lose both the
ce and his fiancee. Plots against
m and his final vindication giv
nple scope for both humorous and
ramatic situations. The turf, and
s fascinating intrigues form a back-
;ound which appeals strongly to the
ajority of people. "The Cyclist"
aturing Clyde Cook and Pathe News
>mplete the program.
Beginning Thursday "Missing
aughters" will be shown. The cast
cludes Eileen Percy, Pauline Starke,
obert Edeson, Roclcliffe Fellows,
id Walter Long. The latter can al-
ays be depended upon for a bit of
,re comedy. With this program
Vincennes" presented by the Yale
niversity Press and Pathe News
el are booked.
The Orplieum
"The Code of the Wilderness," fea-
ring John Bowers and Alice Cal-
>un, will be shown at' the Orpheum
9n Sunday through Tuesday. Good
ling and rapid action supply much
terest to this story of ranch life.
allace Berry, one of the best known
reen actors in the country heads
e cast of "Unseen Hands" playing
ednesday and Thursday. During the
at two days of the week "Blow Your
W-n Horn" with Warner Baxter will,
presented. In addition the fifth
isode of "Into the Net" will be;
own.
The Arcade;
"bier Love Story" is the title of
oria Swanson's latest picture play
y at the Arcade until Thursday.
oria takes the part of a queen and
an Dwan who produced the picture
s surrounded her with a very capa-
8 cast. The story shows that the
e of" royalty isn't- all it's -cracked
to be, for Gloria as the-princess,
augh secretly married to a young
ptain of the King's guards, is
rced to wed a dissolute, old King.-
oria Swanson looks every inch a
een and gives a vivid characteriza-
n, and Ivan Keith is excellent as
e gallant guardsman.
During the last three days of the
ek, Priscilla Dean in "The Siren of)
ville" will be featured, a picture
tich is all the title implies a vivid I
fnance of sunny Spain, involving a
ssionate Carmen type of heroine and
e monarchs of the bullring. Allan
rrrest 'as the young toreador dupli-
tes his successinn"Dorothy Vernon
Haddon Hall."
Tem aae'~c
0o of the biggeat and '.rvd *,ri'; -
ograms of the year is scheduled at

the Majestic theatre this week. TheI
feature picture "In Hollywood With
Potash and Perlmutter" is the second
one. in which these famous partners '
have participated. The cast is headed
by Alexander Carr, George Sidney,
Betty Blythe, and Vera Gordon. An ,
especially edited novelty reel madel
up of the best of several news reelsl
will be shown. The idea of making ,
up the real at the theatre although it
has been done generally in some of the
city houses is an innovation in Ann
Arbor. A special Mack Sennett
comedy "The First Hundred Years"
and a new Aesop Fable Cartoon will
complete the screen program. On
the stage Ralph Dunbar's Nightin-
gales in "Moments Musical" will be
presented.
In addition to the regular show,
Arthur Collins and Byron Harlan,
assisted by William J. Reed, flutist
and saxophonist, will appear at the
Monday night shows, in a specially
selected program.
From Thursday on, the Original
Brown Saxophone Six will present a
varied program. The feature picture
for the last three days is "The Border
Legion" Antonio Moreno and Helen
Chadwick take the leading parts in
this dramatization of the Zane Greyi
novel. The picture was filmed in the
northern mountains and some very+
effective scenes were obtained. Chris-
tie comedy "Why Hurry" and Kino-
grams are billed for these days also.
Churches
(Continued from Page Fifteen)
First Baptist Churel.

Me liodist Episcopal Chiiirc h Wesley hall will ho followed by a The total when divided among twenty-
"Unconscious Christianity" is the lecture by Mr. Arthur Nash, of Cin- three players will give each man $992.
subject for the sermon of tlhe morning. cinnati, Ohio, on the topic "The Gold-
Student groups will meet at Wesley en Rule in BusIness." THAT VETERAN anthologist, Jessie
B. ittenhouse, has accomplished an-
hall from 12 m. till 12:45 o'clock for other compilation in A Little Book of
study, discussion and inspiration. At The New York Yankees received Modern British Verse (Houghton
_._ -" -$24331.94 from Baseball CommissionerT

Marcel Wave to a Manicure

6 o'clock there will be a meeting of.
the Wesleyan Guild in the church. Landis as their share for placing
Open house and the light lunch at second in the American league race.

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Dr. Mary R. Mnniss
Every Tuesday and Wednesday
330 Maynard St. Opposite Nickels Arcade
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Salads, Sandwiches and Hot
Lunches served any time.
Reservations for Luncheon Don't Borrow-Subscribe 1
and Dinner Parties.
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CREAM

Granger's This Year?

The subject chosen by Reverend
R. E. Sayles for his morning sermon
is "Religious Perplexities." Univer-
sity student classes will meet at the
Guild house as usual, where Mr. Chap-
man conducts a class for Freshmen
and Sophomores, and Dr. Waterman,
one for Juniors and Seniors. Friend-
ship hour and student supper are held
fat the Guild house also at 5:30 o'clock.
The topic for this meeting will be,
'Adventures in Friendship." Wini-
fred Gleiss, '25, will have charge off
the discussion.-

Others priced 10 $10.50

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Company

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The difference between cold
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Telephone 2300

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COLD CREAM as one of the
smoothest, whitest and medi-
cinally perfect cold creams
on the market. You'll be de-
lighted with its odor, with its
lack of grease. Just try it
and forget the others.

The acoustics are perfect. It's hard
to tell about but easy to realize by a
visit.
The interior has been beautified by
deapes. There is a soft glow to the
lights that you will appreciate. +
You will like the floor, too. It has a
new surface and is considered to rank
with the best in this vicinity.
The excellence of the music fur-
nished by Bill Watkins and his
GRANGE EIGHT is a joy to all fre-
quenters of GRANGER'S ACADEMY.
The organization, the excellent music,
the perfect acoustics; and the fine
floor make GRANGER'S what it is.

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We realize how important

the actual

cooking

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serving delicious foods.

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Dancing Every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
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You can't go home
for Thanksgiving?
Send them all well-chosen
Greeting Cards. You can
let them know you are
thinking of them.
You have the time, it
takes but a moment-we
have the cards. Don't
let the time go by with-
out senang greetings at
least.
0. D. MORRILL
14 Nickels' Arcade

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