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'AD

I CLARA

KIMBALL

YOUNC

MONDAY

:tra Matinee

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at 4.30

"THE

COMMON

LAW"

By ROBERT W. CHAMBERS

TUESDAY
OCT. 30=31.

'F1EATRE

ADMISSI O N

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C ENTS-

The long heralded appearance of the
opular Clara Kimball Young in the
rst of her own company's produc-
ons, "The Common Law" is schedul-
I for the Arcade Theatre, October 30
id 31.
This picture, costing many times
e amount of her pictures released on
regular program, should prove es-
ecially popular. We invite you to

compare this elaborate production
with "The Dark Silence" or any other
picture in which Miss Young has been
starred to date, and ask your opinion
as to whether or not this production
is worth a quarter if the others are
worth fifteen cents.
This novel has been picturized by
Director General Albert Capellani of
the Clara Kimball Young Film Corpor-

ation, who also directed her great
success, "Camille," "The Dark Sil-
ence," and some of her other features.
This production is said to be magni-
ficent in every respect. The story of
the book has been faithfully adhered
to. The millions who have . read
Chambers' novel and thrilled with
sympathetic solicitude for its heroine,
will find the picturized version even

more to their liking, while those who
have never read the story will enjoy
the picture for its own sake as one of
the few worth-while film productions
of the year.
The star has been surrounded by a
cast of players of the highest order.
The leading male role has been en-
trusted to Mr. Conway Tearle, for
years one of the best known and most
popular of the leading men on the

American stage, Paul Capeilani, who
played Ar and to Mta" Young's Cam-
ille, will be seen in the role of Quer-
idia, the "villain. Mi'a Edna 1hunter,
long a favorite wita Universal and
Vit~rphfoloer, play thes
lian Cook, formerly with World Film
productions, lends her charming per-
sonality to the portrayal of the in-
genmue part.

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Non-Resident Students *

From Voting in City

general registration is necessary
n Arbor this fall and electors
egistered in the ward in which
eside need not re-register.
desiring to register must appear
son before the registration board
ward at the ward voting booth
esday, Oct. 31, between the hours
ad 8 o'clock, or before the board
gistration at the city hall on
iber 1 between the hours of 9
o'clock.
ents will not be permitted to
or and vote in Ann Arbor unless
residence was here at the time
ering the University. A change
idence after entering the Uni-
y will not entitle a student to be
ered as a voter in Ann Arbor.
aw provides, "That no elector

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Whitney-"Ann Arbor Days" in
motion pictures.
Majestic-Motion pictures, "The
Valley of the Moon."
Orpheum-Lou Tellegen in "The
Victory of Conscience." Also
Holmes' Travels.
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Some eccentric dancing of most which has eclipsed in popularity the
amazing quality is introduced by Carl, two previous successes of these au-
of the team of Carl and LeClaire. thors, "The Firefly" and "High Jinks."
Carl received his training as a dancer The plot of the play, taking the per-
under that past master of the art, songaes as it does through Russia,
George Primrose, the former minstrel Turkey, and Vienna, offers unusual
king. opportunities for elaborate stage set-
Frawley and West, as a clown and tings and for gorgeous costumes, of
pretty lady, present "Advanced Gym- which Mr. Hammerstein is credited
nastics" before a special plush cyclor- with taking full advantage.
ama. Their offering is fast and skill-
ful with a generous sprinkling of "Katinka" tells the story of a little

Boris, whom she detests. ier lover,,
Ivan, discovers that Boris already has
a wife living, and with the aid of his
American friend, Hopper, he steals
Katinka away on her wedding night.
Harvard to Teach Police Officers
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 28.-Harvard
is to extend its instruction to police
officers. It became known today that
plans for a course in the duties of of-
ficers were well under way and would
be instituted within a month.

ark Charges for Movie Privileges
New York, Oct. 28.-Hereafter mo-
tion picture cencerns using Central
park as a setting must pay $5 for the
privilege. Horses and actors cost $1
each extra in the new park price list.
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AT THE MAJESTIC
According to the critics the Ameri-
can meaning of vaudeville is a vari-
ety of acts put together so that they
don't conflict and for entertaining pur-
poses only. The bill at the Majestic
starting Monday night is just that kind
of a show. There is a full minstrel
troupe, a sketch, a dancing act, a
gymnasium feature, and a good harm-
ony trio.
The bill is headed by Carmen's min-
strels. Miss Carmen acts as the in-
terlocutor, while six clever singers
and comedians assist in making the

comedy.
Starting this afternoon the winter
schedule at the Majestic for the photo-
plays on Sunday will go into effect.
The .afternoon shows begin at 1:30
and 3 o'clock and the night shows at
7 and 8:30 o'clock.
The attraction today will be that
thrilling story of Jack London's in
motion pictures. It is "The Valley of
the Moon." The story told in pictures
is as thrilling as the book and the
terrific fist fights and other hair rais-
ing events are truly portrayed.

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Russian maiden, who is forced into
a marriage with the elderly statesman,

We will
the best

give a gentleman's $25.00 Suit
article on the subject:

F R E E to the person writing

AT THE ARCADE

be deemed to have gained or lost fun and harmony. The jests, popular
idence while a student at any song numbers, harmony singing, ec-
ition of learning." centric dancing, and in fact, all of the
boards of registration may re- features of this attraction are guar-
every applicant to make an oath anteed to be above par.
his residence and other quali- More comedy on the bill is provided
ns. by Medlin, Watts, and Townes, three
'student entering the University men in a singing and talking skit en-
e obtaining his majority may, titled' "Before and After." Some very
obtaining his majority, be reg- good harmony singing and as much
d as an elector of Ann Arbor, fun as it is possible for three real com-
led, his parents have moved to edians to crowd into fifteen minutes
ity, and established a legal resi- is promised from this offering.
during the meantime. "Every Day in the Year," a playlet
r person moving from one ward by Willard Mack, is a swift little
other between the time of regis- sketch that bristles with bright lines
a and the date of selection will and funny situations. It is well done
by lose his vote. ;by Morgan and Gray.

A beautiful framed :ninature photo
of Clara Kimball Young will be given
to each purchaser of a matinee ticket
to "The Common Law" at the Arcade
tomorrow and Tuesday. An extra mat-
inee will be offered at 4:30 each day.
AT TUE GARRICK-DETROIT
"Katinka", last season's sensation in
New York, with the original cast will
be presented at the Garrick theater,
Detroit, for one week beginning next
Monday evening, in exactly the same
superb style that characterized its en-
gagement of a solid year on Broad-
way.
"Katinka" is a musical play by
Otto Hauerbach and Rudolf Friml,

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from the prize we are offering, it is a question that should interest you.
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1. Articles to be not more than 300 words.
2. Copies to be delivered in person or sent by registered mail to reach
our store (address below) on or before Friday Nov. 3.
3. The best article to be selected by Mr. Klein, Manager of our store
in Freeport. Ill.
Here is a chance for you to get one of our snappy, hand tailored, madeto
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Ticket

Sale

You want the team to win.

You want the band to go with the team and help them.

Therefore spend a quarter.

The dancing, singing and pantomime acts which you will see will be worth twice the money you spend.

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Campus sale begins tomorrow morning, Oct. 30.

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