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October 04, 1928 - Image 2

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I H E Mid:I--iIG,..N' DAILY

T'. .r L'.I SLi1 .Y,.

Mae West Arrested VACHEL LINDSAY TO APPEAR UNDER State Street Is NoTs
Again As New York AUSPICES OF INLANDER MAGAZINE Longer A ere RoadWod Is WaitiRemeer Saturday, et.
r The Inlander magazine announc- States. His latest volume of inter- E np our
n; O e.es its presentation of Vachel Lind- pretive poems, "Candle In the Ca- By Lele ye the
say, America's troubadour poet, as bin" is filled with numerous exam- Within the last few days, State
(y Associated Press) the first of its speakers to appear pes of his original style of pen-sg
NEW YORK, Oct. 3-Mae West, under the auspices of the campus and-ink draftsmanship, and otherstreet has undergone atransfor-
actress and author who served ten literary magazine during the school illustrations by the poet proves his mation which has raised its classi-
dyear. The recital will take place in double prolificness. vtfication from that of an ordinary
days i ail last year for taking Hill auditorium Thursday evening, In England where he visited f street up to the level of highways.
part in an indecent performance, October 18. a time, this eew American voice The long unused Toonervill'
was again arrested today after the Lindsay, who gathered a consid- was listened to from Oxford to ^ lg u T rl
police raided the Broadway prem- erable amount of publicity and Cambridge, and English-poets from Trolley car tracks have given way
of her splay "Pleasure Dushed hiymself into the limelight all over the nation came to Lon- to a strip of asphalt, extending 11g ┬░IEEEEEItIIull;lflW##l llI(I E#El,#fl#II I#I#EIm1Q#IuIIJ
iere lthe atest lTT.-Plasre _ . , Q. f, -
fMan."of contemporary literature with his don to sit in the book-stores with from thto North U vesty'The Movie Is the Thing
ndramnatic interpretive poem, "The Lindsay and listen to him recite his streets--Signs of progress for our
Fifty-five men and women, the Congo," has been a visitor to Ann poetry which they recognized as dear Ann Arbor town- JUST TWO DAYS MORE
play's cast were detained after the Arbor once before; and at that time something typically American. Something must be done how- TODAY AND FRIDAY
I performanee n their dressing he was received with so much Since his return from England ever, for within a few hours of its
rooms ntil patrol wagons should praise and enthusiasm that the ed- and the Continent, Lindsay has conppletioi, oddles and more oodles # igIIIl llllI liti#IHI1I111IIIEl#IEltIEEEEEEEIIIfEhiE[#E####ii##t.
arrive. The police acting upon re- itors of the Inlander made a spec- spent the greatest share of his time of black, smudgey asphalt marked
ports from suburban towns where ial arrangement for his return this in Spokane, Washington, where he the courses taken by students wiho
the plylhad had petheinary dhow- season. has a home. For a few months out had crossed the strip. Our walks when this absorbing story came to light in the studios of
lngs aitendedtie theater and att Lindsay, who is a rugged, middle- of the year he goes out upon a must of course be kept fair and California word went forth that never, never, woild the
iO:3Q at a given signal plain clothes aged man has enjoyed a variegated lecture tour, giving the recitals of clean, so that we may be kept in screen dare attempt to capture its reality, its beauty,
men took stations at the exits. The career. During his younger years his poetry for which he heas be- ,the proper environmlent. To remedy is mad rhythm.
audtene was allowed to pass out his ambitions were all turned to come famous. The Inlander ex- this evil, it is suggested that door
but as the time was the same as painting and drawing, and he is pects a large audience to welcome mats, along with Please Wipe Your
the conclusion of other theater per- iactually a graduate of a number of Mr Lindsay when he comes to Ann Feet signs, be placed at the foot of
formances the roadway was soon the best art schools in the United Arbor. eaci of thie walks.
packed end police aid was sum -__________________________________________"______
moned to relieve the situation. "___"..___.______m-_____________-__
Miss West after being held for
several hours at the police stattion,
was rteeased on bail, wle the rest To the Faculty of the University of
of the cast was allowed to leave
after Frank Gilmoxe, secretary of
the Actors' Eqtaity association fur- Michigan and Citiens of Ann Arbor-
nished bail and declared that the x
arrest of the cast was a disgrace. "It gives me great pleasure to inform you that the film 'SIMBA' will be
Mae West giving her age as 28, shown at the WHITNEY THEATRE for one week, commencing next
{was appearing in a play called "'Sex" IU D E I- TC tT-I.TI a n ee omnignx ';
of which ise also is the author SUNDAY NIGHT, Oct. 7th, and twice daily thereafter at 3:00 and 8:30. Partyfis On?
when she was arrested last year. "The members of the Staff of the Museum of Zoology GIVE THIS FILM The Warty s On
She varriedeher case to trial and THEIR UNQUALIFIED RECOMMENDATION. Many so called ' Come and Join
was convieted, being senitenced to Q I ,
10 days in the workhouse and fined wild-life films are made wholly or in part in Zoological parks or with domesti-x
$500. I cated or semi-domesticated wild animals. (bill)

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"The film 'SIMBA' was made in Africa and i a true picture of the wild
life of the Dark Continent. Personally, I BELIEVE TIHAT IT IS NOT
ONLY THE BEST FILMV{ WHICH HAS BEEN MADE IN NA-
TULRE, BUT IT IS PROBABLY THE MWOST REIARKABLE
FILM OF THE SORT THAT EVER WpL BE MADE."
"ALEXANDER G. RUTHVEN,
"Director University Museums."
Could Greater Praise Be Given?
Seats Now Selling-Best buy seats in advance and avoid disappointmnent
Daily 'Mats. at 3:00-50c, 75c, $1.00; Nights at :30-75v, $1.00, $1.50

~DAN CI NG
)AUGHTERS
with Beautiful
JOAN
CRAWFORD

PeopIe said that here for the first time
an author had really peered behind the
scenes whetr fiamin 'youth, the children
of the rich, live and play.. Could it boe
told in nictures. they wondered! Here
is the answer, startling in its, reality, ,eye-
filling in its magnificence, soul-stirring. in
its frank telling of a love unsullied by
gilded temptation! The glasses are link-
mg the mursic starts . . dreamy
debutantes suggle in the arms of hand-
som'e 'partners.
Musical Synopsis
MAJESTIC STRING
ENSEMBLE
Organ belief
KEN OSBORNE
with Novelty Innoyations

(asDiana)
.JOHN MACK
BROWN
(as !Ben Blamne)
NILS ASTHER
DOROTHY SEBASTJ4N
ANITA PAGE
AND ALL
STAR CAST

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IS HERE IN PERSON
The One and Only,

Ol M2'=Q 1Ia My er pICTURE
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And a Great, Added
Bifl of the Screen's
Newest Creations

POLICY
2:00-3:35
35c, Ipe
7:00-8:40
50c, 10c

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SA TURDAY, OCT. 6th
1 COSMOPOLITAN OPENING I

Late Star of Greenwich Village Follies
with Joan Franza in Slow Motion"
-on the screen-
~-TE TIPURRS

Snomething #o Put Into Your Book
of Glorious Movie Memories...

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