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BjEAUJIES; IN THE-MOVIES
Fay Tincher, who plays the 'role of
Dulcinea, the slavey" in the big Tri
angle production o.f "Don Quixote,"
was born in Topeka, Kan., on All
Fools' Day. This conjunction of the
stars could hardly fan-to produce a
funmaker. Taken to Chicago at an
early age by her parents, Miss .Tinch
er first developed hr dramatic in
stincts in the Ziegfeld Musical col
lege. At the second term she -left
school to enter Savage's "Sho-Gun"
Two seasons later Miss Tincher
toured the British Isles and the con
tinent with her sisters, 'whomshe'de1
lighted by mimicking the many
amusing types that they met-
Her first appearance in the pictures
was as Cleo in "The Battle of th&
Sexes," produced- by D. W. Griffith.'
Then came her entry into comic roles.
Her impersonation of the "office girl"
of the films is famous. She has a re
markable gift for grotesqueness and
'. o o
A'bacheloV maid says that there are
just three -ways to a man's heart
one through his vanity, one through
his'imagination and one straight over