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THESE KIDDIES' ARE TJE" YOUNGEST IN THE
MOVING PICTURE GAME-ALL STARS!
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r Day after day and night after
bight thousands of people tall, over
the world are asking, "Who are these
wonderful children in the Sterling
Universal Company?" " ' .
To be' sure movie fans- know, them
all as, well as though they "had mi&t
them and talked with them. For in
stance, who does not know and loye
clever little Billy Jacobs? One of
the brightest children hr the flint '
world, he , has accomplished what
players of a great deal more experi
ence can only hope' for. He has go.
many admirers who write asking foe
his picture that his family is kept
- busy answering malL for of course
little Billy-cannot read or write not
. Billy is - the first three-year-old
screen star. He has played in many
pictures and, nearly always the lead
ing .role. iJJow, it must not be imag
ined for a. moment that this darling
is'any different from grown-up stars.
Not- a bit of it He has the idiosy
crasies. and all: the "temperament"
that are. possessed by his older asso
ciates. His chief source of "tem
.peramerit," however, lies in his "turn-