i r at in designed-to wh-ea-Ins. at neir-lect ( o HOW I BROKE IE1T0 THE T.'OVIES By Marie Waicamp JXk If 1 : fA :' DAREDEVIL GIRL OF THE SCREEN. MISS MARIE WALCAMP. Los Angeles, Cal.. Jan. 13. Every girl at some time or other gets the idea tjiat she would make a good moving picture actress, and some no doubt would if the opportunity aftorded. Like most girls, I had the screen fever, but the idea of being1 in the pictures appeared remote. While with a musical comedy company which visited Los Anerele T I called on Miss Laura Oakley, a warm personal friend of mine, who w.s chief i of police at Universal City. Miss Oakley took me the rounds of the studio and I became, fascinated. "When Miss Oakley suggested my trying pictures t my cup of joy was overflowing. rue manager orrered mc a very small salary to play small bits. It was rot long before I was selected for a part in a thrilling railroad story. Thereafter Thereafter I was continually used in plays that are called "thrillers."