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SUNDAY,API5,12

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIFTE~EN

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The Arcj iade
The feature af, the Arcade theatre
t he first pailf of the Week , "Coming'
'through," bring.,.TI floi?7111. ; eig'^han'
and Lila Lee together for thle first
time since their fie !'illeprm c;;,t ions

Farnum will be presented. This is the screen off ering. On the stage Stone and Paulette Duval, a recruit1
the first picture made by this star Ralph Ash and Harry Goodwin from the Ziegfieldl Folliesf Conrad
undler the Paramount banner. The Comedy Four will present an act call- ae n Mageied aMotap I
licture was filmed in the Yosemite ed "A Striking Affair." This group pear as the young married couple, s Cu c e
role of an engineer who wins the love of comedy to support the musical grass widow in search of a fourth
of a young girl whom his best friend numbers. husband, and Claude Gillingwater, as,~ inr~' lisoa 'irl
had also lbeen courting. Ill health The chief attraction for the latter awatyodgouhwofnlyfalls StAnrwsEieplCuc !
forces him later to form a partnership part of the week is "Cheaper tolinto her trap. A Christie comedy and Thonn emn ilb llV
with this friend, and as he sees his Marry", at story of husbands and demi- ! Kinogranis will be shown also. On Iered by the rector at 11 o'clock.
wife and the friend talking and en-, husbands. The !~cue rltsatesaeteLrtaGe eu ilThere will be a sp~ecial musical serxv-
g othersrcompanionshiepstsophisticateta storyevof the
joying each tescmpnosisohsiae'soyo h manner in be presented. There are six members a e at4 o'clock. when Stainer'sj
suspicion andl jealousy creep into his, which two men manage their romance in the company and they offer eleven !Cuiiin"wl b un.Po.J
dance attratcions including Russiani R. Hayden will speak at the young
;~jazz, eccentric, acrobatic, clog and ?)pepl's supp~er in the old chapel Oiln
buk: and wing dances. the Philippines. The talk will be il- .
lustrated. The speaker 101' thme 5 u-

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The film version of Sinclair Lewis'
novel "Balibitt " will open t oday at the
Wuterth theatre for a run of four days.
The picture follows the book: closely
and every effort has been made to
bring the satiric portraiture and real-
ism, which madle the book so popular,
to the screen. The cast consists of
jWillard Louis in the title role. Maryj
Alden as the wife, Carmel Meyers I
as the alluring vampire, The story
is no doubt familiar to many. It has
to do with the life of George Babbitt,'
his home, his family circle, his busi-
ness andl friends, which is true of a
vast number of Americans. Against
a background of monotonous days of
dlrab and pretty routine. George fBab-!

(dents service and supper' will be Mr.E
Randolpli Adams.
lirst Baptist Chuirchi
The subject for the morning sermon
?will be "'The Functions of Doubt and
Faith." Student cltsses will be held
in the guild house at noon, under the
direction of Dr. Wzaterman and Mr.
Chzapm~an. Th., young people will
gather at 5 o'clock for the friendship
hour and refreshments at the guild
house. A missionary from Persia will,
give an address at the devotional
meeting at 6 :30 o'clock. A cordial
invitation is extended to everyone.
IBetmleheiii Evangelical (liiirel
The regular English service will bek

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' only a weary burden. He finally
'"a .t ' t~ , abreaks away and goes in seach f the I7
-~ "The Chechahcos," an Alaskan pic-
' :. ture il be shown the ltter part or2O
the week. The setting is said to e t.d
?vTan n il e ~nt~ Pa.u~tPc ure ,Cmfg bro .autentic Alaskan scenery and not the
0usual California mountains. Eva GorI ^2V
sever al y earis ago. Tjhe pictro pens)Cl heart until his mind is so warped that in lfe. One, the junior member of (Idon, the Danish actress heads the {
in the P'ittsburgli off hes of a 1lrge lie decides to commit suicide. How le the firm mnarris the girl he loves andl feminine roles, and Gladys Johnstonr
steel concern wxhere I~eighan s cOni- is prevented by his small daughter they struggle along like most newly- is seen in the ingenue. Alexis LuceCatG in ls
plalyed imn the- capacity of a chief clerk. and how his illusions are destroyed weds. The other, the senior member, portrays the principal masculine rolea
His ambitior is to hi;,e'nan superinten- forms the climax of the story. Louis believes that utual freedom is the 'A little youngster Margery Scheshert -
(ent of mine i-iad Le bends every ef- Wilson is seen as the wife and Ed- only solution of the sex problem and1 does an interestng bit in the produc - Most complete sock; easiest Ioira,41 isa
fort to do so, but is ahlyssile triack- ward I orton s the friend. A comedy; induces the lady lie loves to agree tion also. Some of the action, whch t ermts, amdit. seiee itat\/ictrola C~r O
edI to make way for the( friends and entitled "Monkeying Around," a Felix with him), only, however, because of! is the most plentiful thing in the pie _ lwnlt cease with the haloair{ O1
relatives of mien higher up. Aes 1las cat cartoon and news reels complete her love for him. He soon finds thtore tksWlcebckilteyer = plei $ 0eVctoa i
resource , lhe lop).s with t he prsi-the program, she is an expensive luxury as a friend 1897 and 1898 when the hordes of ou Home. fir odels.i
dets_____erwic rterhr Twieity-five mdl.Secal Easy
detsduhtr vih i ' hrhad____ and things are about to break up wheni gold seekers were rushing to theP5
on the irl atthe: tie, buthe fall ki Th Majestc th theijunior ne partnerawbecomesukawareipofeYukon.slShipsdo reindeerassledgesrandog
love with her soime time later nand h taeolfarsadtks adtasTn siosd hi eaei 5t
nmakes that all right, ini the Iii(eai1 Foty Winks," a Iaramocut p.- iinthem.sTate fafatishad bakes i:han eamsind teskmsd hersapinc$2uroe480 o t er woit a itoa
time, the irate father ships him down Lure with Theodore Roberts, Raym n e.Tecs shae yLei epn h itr.I Arrange to have one in your all'rSC mwt01 oa
to Alab'mna to one of the most trouble- Griffith, and Viola Dana. is the feature ___________________________________________________ lionie -Now! a inei
some mining sections lie possesses. I whch has been billed for the Majestic=Str
The reimminder of the p cture is d-I theatre during the first four days of I - Tlie Vco eod r
votedl to Meighan's efforts to come 1the week. This s the first picture inICDIrT T I '\N PD'im e dunLcorehieS As c
throuzgh' with a minis;; foreman--whih, the 0o(d favorite Theodore! 3V.lUCItL J.IiNINI2.TeJlt ;2 I'Qr rcha~xl
1ValaceBeey-f rpohi im a evry'Roberts is seenm simce his departure!icrl ak Vto eorf d r
turni and various complicated sitna- from the screen for the vaudeville! FOR !o. 3a intuit paed on t ime 1 2:or.
tidfns. The scenes were filmed at a ircuit, andl one may anticipate an- . =- '31(etrsbuevyFid!
grouip of n es in Alaibama, andl a few I ther of his characterizations always j T, AciiER ( ? SIJIND/ zyi i-= Black
hnrdata iSest h mt 1sO entertaining. Raymond Griffithi E-' j t s.1.
sonic of, the scenes. Lauremnce Whbeat, will be remembered for' his splendid fa-bri e
who has taken harxt mi several other comedy bit in "Miss Bluebeard,'' whereJutft
MeighaikI itlres, s r seen :witlihiirim he fairly carried off the entire show. 1 A /IT pmp Q=Cb thingifo' Nichign's Leadling lusi
again inl "Coin iThrough '"A l l (1 iss Dana povides the piquancy and Y 'R iUC T A S OP otiigs or n 6 SOUTH MAINT
Sennett comedy "Change thle Needle,"e~lli for the trio and together they to3 ors take G% 4 iches high h
andl topic_ and news. rels will be enact a very successful comedy. AI 264 1 -R 62Frs with you 124 iahes ivio-ir- Pa
shown also. Sennett comedy entitled "Honeymoon to parties. 17 inches dfeep) Phone 107 Ithd
Duringthe 1 lart of (ays".le-1IHardships", a new Aesop Fable car-
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