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PACE SIXTEEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DFCl.:\1I3LR lq2 !

PAG1~ SIXT~EEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1 24

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" '1 ry t.')lburn ," 1,; once'of1Ole eci mcture. the' story
phone e ie'( fa miliari to many through tr1oubles of a young mn
I * ~~~~~~their appnearanice ini thle Cosmopolitanateth i(S otr
(:xt~~e A "neNight in Rome'' an- bro bhe-s walks in on ti
I othler st age Vehicle with is original p~ossessjin of their I itti.
I _____ - -- star L aurett e Taylor w~ill be( shown,-iifothel'-in-law takes the
As the lDuchiess Vlarenio, Laurette; lau ghis, for every time i
Th aetcT .Io st eb atfly u g m m e o d h i h h n ,s"Madonna of the Streets" featuring of Italian nobility. Later, having fled1 with exactly the wrong
Nazimova and Milton Sills will be fromt her country to earn a livelihood;
shown at the Majestic theatre during andl to conceal her idIentity she ap-= tElllltl[HlIIIiillllllliIIIluI;I
thepearsrat adamte L'Enigmna, the lat-
thefirt prtof he ee. Te pc-est Londonuflad in fortune tellers. =
ture is the first the famous Russian Ev-ents and complications pile up to
actress' has appeared in since she de-! the climax, when the lady, freed front t
sorted the cinema for vaudeville and susicion, and loved by a young En g- AY u
the legitimate stage two years ago. lishman, played by Tom Moore, looks 1 tAre Y u
The story with the principal setting in forward to happiness in London. The!=
imehouse pulses with the glamour} comedy "Unreal News" will complete P te t
of life as it exists in what is prob- th pogam
ably one of the most notorious of all
underworlds. It is of a woman who
sets out to collect what is due her, to TeWe't i~F~b ~
seek revenge and finds love instead; The way of a title is long and de - = "ll t soepoicesis
and of a man who goes among the viouis, but. the one of Harold Lloyd 's = . 1Bnl'J. ILosses by
unfortunate people spreading happi- new product ion, "H]ot 1Aater,'' appear - dI U V. Iod-vp ) and all
nless with the aid of a sudden~ly in- illp at the \Vuertli this w~eek, is par- eeeuj-wpa r anid 1enr
herited fortune.;I-How the two meet tI clarly apt, for tiM lprinc!ipal char-E= e'a io are tilso ('014
and love and the incidents that fol- act r aier~ajinl is in it throuighouit the =t~lnes and lad~ ces.
low are portrayed in a p1easing man _________-
ner giving Nazimova th~e opportun it': I.A I
to register ,the dramatic= effects cx- ', {'tc V aniIdS ___
pested" of ther, In'add it~on "'.412hy
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Keinoc.gra s asint a new' A( op lFab'c, Table bydy-Bed by night ;
(aroon ill ho shownll e. I t!inui)1.1___ -
'litt,. -day Adolph Aleiijoii will be #fta ___
tared in "Sinners in Slk" 12 tIn 1 L
M"~en'(;.: is seen at his siYECra ila 11
charming hect in the role of a man
past iddle zip- who() unde(? g')'4iat r"
jilienati(on treatm-ent an1t.(cl1 ) cr 9 r,4it I t lat
a gay set of young :pe3cp;o. .Msin ;0 3 'ltie it1-.
se : +ral indiscrete pa r.ie' . anid lb-'
comes the object of much gossip. The Patented Ta-fled is both a superb mahogany
or walnut finished Library Table and a full lengtht
How Ihe fnally jgiVEs 11.') the (cn v X1i.1lu1xurious bed cornbined -awoniderful saver of ..
9Pac an moey.Saves rent of one room. Abso-
he wants, and the accompanying in- )i elg rane c. utsv trrsfrornour dealers.
eidentseCmplete the pitwr '. lhrat sel~cia 3 14f,-r.ear ur. Mart. Chicago IM. e.
B~oardman and Conrad Nagel, of th:."alltllaliilit~ltl

wacking in the story value of s0ome1 of
his; lorolerpiet ures, '"H ot Avater''
gives Lloyd an opp~ortunity to wring
<. sei ics of laughs from his audience
that. rr as long awld loud as ever. In
this pictuire there is only enough plot
to hold( together the continuity and
permit the building up to laughs.
Pretty Jobyna Ralston takes the leadl-
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inn la:dy's lm9't: again, adding furtherI
Jecor t ion to the picture. Anl unusual
membler of the cas;t i,- a cross eyedI
Co?; \\.3,o t''as carefully trained for a
sall but cffect ir-e part in the produc-i
Lion. Lloyd's ability to portray the
little tragedies of everydlay life that
are so funny to others is the founda-;
tion of five reels of sure fun.}
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For the Christmas season will
always be found at Darling and
Malleaux's exclusive Gift Shop.

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l (i'l;Lnf taxis, we Nwis to ad-
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yclinger rf the screen favorite!;, gi%,e
I.hle portrayals of the o'h=.r twxo
prineipa character°s. "8nn ' r,;in
81k, 'asv Pickins---- -a Cl-ristie
Comedy, and Kinograins make up the
screen program. On the stage 'hn-
and Syncopation" an act featuring the
Capnian T-oys and the hashionettes
c rrnb:nes two popula r forms of" mod-
r-t-a entertainment. Tfhe Capmans are
e.,ncoy-s. and th~e F.'shiontt s an or-'-
chest-a composed of six girls.
t,,n of the "Alovies'' with (8Con Iflu'i
U !rI A'i0l3 13 i. u i rect A bl}" .1 ar- aer
CrI-me of "Covered Wagon" fla m-e
I-:irises "n ent~ortaining evcning. h
Ivot is toon wrelknown t1:; U '("1 re
ttelling ',in detail. It conce-rns an at17i(-
. r- corrnfrv. youth with a desire
to become a great screen star. Event-
uanlly be tcoies to Hollywood iwhere
bi rude -v-akenin-g to realities and
his many strange experiences nra'-:e v'
wLI ory re-plot? With comedy ii:r
1 'til f -I ;ra 110n layr rof tragedy-Ihe
tI'.'f1,v ef a rn';lTh n;l~ ti"'1 1I ht
501115 (loflmed to disappoinit ment. TINe
p icll' r' iis-:a.clever !Mixture of -dran-a
'm 1thner plays with the sincerity
t1 'i fee i,"<; vwhich r ii la It t'
r-t'r'a 't of "Flips" ' Montague, the
comed vie.n, whose maihin~tio n. ar:
reovonsibie for NMerton',Q inaol lr''r
t ,r"t'ng triurmphi. The comedy

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