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May 10, 1925 - Image 15

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The Michigan Daily, 1925-05-10

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SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1925




j ant icer sergeant husb~andl find them-
selves the Doke and IDuchess of Dan-I
zig, with a suite in the royal palace.
The dluchess with lack of polish and
ber (devil-may-care characteristic is
thei d(esimir of thli.'nob~ilit y 81n(1 thwre-
in a indler of the picture is taken up
with amulsinig episodes. Although she
fi nally avert,,s; artial [ r1 iff betweenf
the lEnaprss and Npooleon L11(1 the
1101 V(close;, before ;lbe gets into any

otI f tl kir (-> di o ad news
'lire' 1~a ?a in itu re ''Air Mail''
S**"/**' ¢ f4;.the wieelk, is ba sed oin the a ir mail
'~'~: ~. -** -.- ilanes whic'h 8ar pionleei'ing the way
in comniercial aviation, makiri sche-
";;::" .::(IleI tiiue over vast distances. The
film opens with Russ Kane-Warner
r: ;Baxter--obtaining a position in the
. : ::;" ' ' air mail serviece by virtue of a bor-
,: roe arllel] Kane is a miem-
~'~: hr o a band of crooal. "nd his real
a ":: .% purpose in becoming a pilot is to rol)
. ~I the miails, lint when hie sees a fellow
. ..< .. ;::">:::.;::.-::.. ,^ ,pilot give his life to the service. he
z begins to waver and when he falls in
?7r I ; ^^° {1o :e a little later he dlecides to fol-
l iow the straight and nary ow. An air
battlie between Kane and( the crooks
1.provides some excitement and law and
.., i . States the United, Ste tes imnails finally tri-
" ": " ::':' J -: ... ;unipi. Bifllie Dove, Douglas Fair-
Par m o~ntChares e Rche~ a cen f~ Webanks Jr. and IIlary Brian are seen
P ramp x '.Pi ct ur e Mad a me, $ans,,+Gen e !i h uprig s.Tecmd
billed is "Rarin' Romeo" featuring
Alice Terry and. Conway Tearle in the screen program. "An Intimate WValter fliers. A feature act is found
the leading roles, twill be p)resen ted Revue" seen on the :statge is a singing.I in Al Strauss and his Michiganders
C i~during the latter part of the week and dancing$ novelty. xx 110 will play Sunday afternoon and
PI~ feI~ he story eeif begins inhsmlNey Eng-
sm'll New v---- eving Th(1orchetraliw ellhreeownn
landl town and(1 travels from there to 'j, ig.rheolwraswllkoVi
__________________the painted desert of Arizona. ThleI(Gloria Sxviisou's latest produict ionin IIthis vi(cinit y particularly, and~
theme seemngly upholds the o1(d say- ''Madiainm Sanis CGee" will be sena give a piogl'an of popuilai' 8111 co0-
Thrl11p;teisI ing that a woman admires thle mant the Arcade theatre for- t.hie first four letriat e selection,
The picturization of "ThfeGose who takes her by storm2 and main days of the t;ec k. 'The picture, filmed
Hlangs High," tihe. popular stage play 1 strength. At any rate we are shown ; i France 'With the cooper'ation of 'I'he 11,ei'f Ii
by' Lewis Beach, which opens at the ;hlow three men gamble for a girl,, tiheFine Arts Ministry ol tie F{renich 'hai les Ray in "])ynanisite Smith",si har o u ffu o h stensl o tigo oenet erdcste onr tpaiga h ''et.truhWd
days, is a decided vindlication of the gold nuggets withvaiu twists and tihe time of Napoleon withI all the h1is- ; nesday, is an1 inoffensive youth who'
supposedly gay and careless flappers tuvims ofT plot to add to, the inter'est. tonec settings mnd many of the articles ;Writes h~oop reviews and covers high-
and collegiate shieks and should bec Alice Terry is a lovely heroine, Con- of (ress and jewelr'y of Nap)oleon a ndl brow lectures and(l musicals for a San'
seen by all those who view with way Tfear'le the dominiate main of tlche s(o tlae;otlelaaiu~ rnic ppr hncmsatm
alarm thle manners and morals of the 1 desert. Wallace Beery, Huntley Gor- coinnaiiy (1uriog I he p rodu(;tion. The when thle editor, being 4iardl pressed
younger generation. The Inglis chitl- don, Zazn Pitts and Allen Forrest are story is of a vivacious little laundress; for men, sends him out to cover a
I . ~~~~~~~in Paris who numbered anlionsg herrodusni-e.Iogthsew
lref, around whom the story centers,, ao
area tpicl exmpl ofthe kin ~ .ias. ASenett omey, Breaking c:ustoineis Napoieo7i. then a mere cor- lie plays up to the dive keeper's wife,
boys and girls found in American the Ice" and small reels will coml1etce p oral, andi numerous handsome army and seeing the storm gathering lie
families, thoughtless amid inconsider- mlen,'011e Of whom falls ini love with. flees so (effectively that he lands in
ate, intent on the even tenor of their her a1(nd arr'ies her. The French rev-j Alaska. Still pursued by the villain,
pleasure loving ways. However when olution occurs about this time and i he stops runniing and gets heroic.
misfortune threatens the family they E eyhn I after the wvar is o:-er the laundress Bessie Love plays the persecuted wife
turnt with all the energy always ex-!E ey hn
pendIed so selfishly to hell) their par-
cuts. James Cruse of "Covered Wa- E e tia
gol" fame, mixes humor and pathos
in i picture realistic in characters Electrical service, installa,-
andi plot. The cast, apparently chos-
en for suitability rather than estab- tions, and supplies of all r.
fished name, is exceptional. Myrtle sorts.(' z
Stedmnan is seen iln the role of the sac--
rificing mother. The younger roles r t vvw.Si""
are -played by newcomers in film E ntdomj1 ,,
who are deserving of mention--Con- rn stfBother
stanice Bennett' Fsthser Ralston, Wit- EL CT I5S O
Barn Otis, Jr., ani dwNard Piel. f-am
Haniilton in "f-looked"', kinograin)s and: Phnt76'" .
a new Aesop fable cartoon will be!
shown also. 10 .Fut Ave.
"The Great Divide," adapted froum
the. stage play of the same namve. with

"of tile slugger-Wallace Beery-ana 1 a im "h ulhc" llri
"IJacquelaine Logan, the girl who waits I Wisler, '27, will speatk 'on11"flow 'I
for the harried hero. 1 Look at' My Religion".
1 During the latter part of the week IC1 1J1 L teS
'fie Fire Patrol" with an all starI The Unitarian ('hinreli
ca8st inlcludhing Anna Q. Nilsson. Madge; Professor A. l~ustac Haydon, of the
Bellamy, Hel en .Jerome E~ldy. 8nd1(1 _---niersty-f-Cicao,_ilspek.o
.Johnny H arron will be featured. The Ii'F i-'irsg: cmm:1 tahi 'ireb 'The ,loy of Lipug' at 4:30 o'clock
picture gains its namte from the use( rth~e Mother's hcrs a V~ servi (' xvill befth tuden(- bts uion x-illI meet at the
of a coast lire patrol wic ~h formis iheldl'at 10:45 o c(loc~k. Ti' Uie rsity 1 ch~ for- an out door meeting.
i1one of the High sp)ots in th(e film. The j
c'entral thenme has to (10 with tile love gir'ls' glee club xxill[fi-nish sie cial
m iusc. "Religion aml( the Ar'tist ic ( hitreli of (Irist-isiples
of txwo sisters fo r' oiie m an, and his ISense " is thie subject for the 'ei'iioii. - 'The M oth er'hood of M ary" will betmp r y in a ui o f r th o e l ts
.- um gl ive < rv ak ' oplic f hespecial Mother's l) a)
which makes him forg~et for the mom11- the meeting of the high school fell- scivice. Tile young peop~le will miet.
cr his le dfor ld olr. T e o' eratioil at 4 o'clock. Air. 0. L. Quirk., at 6 o'clock for a social hour andl
tte.abinlodsea captain whlo snh mdCrsia nevrxiib
t he (dirctor' of'thle Ypsilanti players11lnhad rita nevo l w
has nourished vengeanlce in his heart '
will sneak at thi('fireside chiat folloxi'- ;held after ward.
for a life time, finally finds his enemy igtesuetstpro Te1c~n
aind eff'ectively chokes him to death,1lgti'suetsmpro'Tieiaa
is a. strong character. Besides thisIsnd (hervio'e will fIeature ianiot herm".u U\ I ead ]the WXant Ads
pit('uie sriew
little incident there is a. fight which
shoxws txwo men tall doxt:1n a steep'
flight of steps andl through broken
bannisters to the floor below, over-j
turned furniture, upset lamlps an~d
'a d n w rel wilc m lt t epr-rate h~avoc inm general. A comledy-'
gram. F iiesD~ay

Lincoln MacVeagh-The Dial Press
anno11unces for m'ilmediate p)ublicationi
"New Wr'itinlgs b~y William Ii azlitt.",
collected by P. P. I-owe. The 1)00k
jwill conttain thirty-three pieces ne-
printed for the first time. A largeI
part of this new mlatem'ial wvas dlis-
covered in the Libr'ary (of Yale Ifni-!
versity in a file of the ''Atlas" news- I
paper, which proved far more corn-
?lplete thanm that illtime British Museum.
"Undem' The I3lack Flag" by D)on C'.
jSeitz, is the stor y of Piracy wvbich
tile author describes as "the second~
oldest profession in tile xworld.'
Among the famous figures inm the
story are: Thomas Pound. Captain
Mission, Thonmas Tew, I-lep iy Every.
Samuel Burgess, William Kidd, Jos-
eobil Bradish, N\athaniel North, Johln
aBowen, Thomas fHoward, Thomas !
White, John Halsey, Johni Evans, ,ome
thirty in all who form the history of:
I 11iracy.

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