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THE MICFHIGAN DAILY

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TOO 1MUCII IIERO.IWORSIUP BAD
FOR BOY S, STATES EDUCATOR
(By Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Jan. 30.-'Don't spoil
thie boys when they come baok," was
the pl~ea of Russell C. Lowell, of the
Federal Board fort Vocational Edu-
cation, when he spoke here recently.
Mr. Lowell said he thought that.
some of those who had been maimed
in the war were spoiled for the fu-
ture by being feted too much and
adored as heroes when they reached
their qwn homne towns. He cited sev-'
eral cases whcrp young men h md
practically refused to undertak~e o
learn new trades after being unfitted
by their wounds for continuing at
their old trades, because, they said],
they did not need to wvork now.
After a time, M~r Lowell declar-
ed, a man tires of such idleness and

flalse honor, and he either becomes
mentally sick and despondent or gets
quite crooked in his methods and be-
gins preying upon people instead of
trying to earn a living.
Mr. Lowell stated that one2 of the
chief difficulties the Fedcral educa-
tionial system is encountering i~s that
of getting hold of the maimed men
when they have returned to this
country. They filter back to their
j \n districts, and, unless properly
taught to start life anew are apt to
i each a mental stage where it is dif-
ficult to get them to overcome the
meal dlfliculties which exist in the re-
education in trades.
Mlexico to Partlelpat-e in 'Exposition
Mc xico City, Jan. 30.---The Mexican
government has accepted an invitation
"cin France to participate in the Ex-
position at Lyons in February.

GRDWELCOMES YANKS
ON' FLANDERS fRN

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"The Good LittleI

been in "Very Good Eddie,"

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Youi will ;,i~vys f.ind sattititaction b!y
ix'si'i ii t::oDail,..--Adv.

Bryant Washburn in "The Way of a
Man With a Maid" is to be here Sun-
day end .Monday.

LIEUT, CLARK, 114, WINS B OTHi

TODAY

FRENCH Mill 1RELGIIAN WAR
CROSSES
The corning of the Yanks, their at-
tacks on the French and the Flhtndcrs
front, and the end of the war are do-
scribed by Lieut. C. E. Frazer Clary,
'14, in a recent letter to Dean John R..
Effinger. Lieutenant Clark has been
awarded both the French and the Bel-
gian war crosses.
"The last time I wrote you" says
Lieutenant Clark. "was about two
years ago from a dugout in the lee of
Hill 304. And since that day I have
had the extreme ploasure of seeing
the horizon-blue of tired France give
way to the olive-drab, and those same
impregnable positions stormed and
taken by the dough-boys.

AT THE ARCADE

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Majestic--Shirley IM
Ernest Truex in "Coin
Arcado-D.i W. Griffith
of the World."
x ' erth - Bssie
in "The White Lie,"
Orph'eum-Pauline
"Irish Eyes."

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D,- W, Grilffith's "Hearts of the
World" will be shown at the Arcade
for the last time today. T bAere are
two shows, at 3 o'clock and 7:30.
Tomorrow Harry Morey will be
shown in "Hoarded ,A.sets," Mr,
Mlorey was born in Charlotte.' Mitch.
Betty Blythe, who hxas supported him
in several of his latest pictures, will
again play leading lady.
Those who advertise in The Alich-
igan Daily cater to ALL. Michigan
students.-Adv.

MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly--AIl Shows Sunday
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Shirley Moscau and Ernest Truex
E UNDAY- MONDAY
BRYAN TWASKB URN

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GA ARRICK Matinees
I Wednesday and
DETROIT I Saturday
LEE eKIGEL Presents
'IT HE N ETea
A Dyniamic Playv of Thilis, Suspense and
,,laughs, With WARAV)I N TIiowrsoN

Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-"The*
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SNOWS
II 2:00, 3:304
7, 8:30, 10

4 TUES. -WED.
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Detroit Opera House on the
Campus, Detroit-Harry Lauder.

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"TODAY
Blessie Viarriscale in
The White Lie
Two Peel Comedy

SATURDAY
Elaine Hammerstein in
"HBER MAN
Comedy Weekly

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SUNDAY

MONDAY

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sa "The Light of",sor Stars"
TODAY ISATURDAY
Pauline Stark in jaunita Hansen -inrsS e
Iris Eye eaFlowers
Nelvs aud Comedy Nelps and Comedy
SUNDAY All Comedy MONDAY
See the RoanIBoat do a qox T"rot Down the Whale's Throat

In First American Push
"On Sept. 26, we, the 146th regiment,
were ready to "kick-offf" and the artil-
lery who had given us a wonderful
fire all night, started its rolling bar-
rage for the attack. Our objective lay
due north of Avocourt. and Montfau-
con. This latter town had been Ger-
man for four years. It was the first
big American effort, and we all feel
satisfied in the results.
Hoenored by King Albert
"Together with the 91st division we
were then sent to Flanders to repre-
sent the American army and to act
with th~e rest uinder the king of Bel-
gium. On the night of Oct. 30, we sil-
ently relieved a French division, an~d
at 5 o'clock the next morning, ;"-
@d again, forced the i'~vcrs .~y., :..
Escaut, and were still. sita"Mc r > cn
the armistice came.
"I was greatly honors c by -.-ceiv:z:j
from King Albert, the Belgian war
cross which, together with my French
war cross, make my most cherished
souvenirs of this war."
Enlisted in 1916
Lieutenant Clark enlisted in Decem-
ber, 1916, in the American ambulance
volunteer corps which went to France
to co-operate with the Allied armnies.
Upon the entrance of the United States'
into the war, he returned to this coun-
try and enlisted in the infantry at
Camp Custer. From there he was sent
to Camp Lee, Va., where he was corn-
missioned. His division went over
rseas in September, 1918.
As far as can be learned, Lieutenant
Clark is the only University graduate
who has received both the French and
the Belgian war crosses.
GHINESE TO CiELEBRATE THEIR
NEW YEAR'S TODAY WITH SONG

AT THE WHITNEY

While singing at the Royal Opera
House in Antwerp, Tavie Blelge, the
prima donna in "Fiddlers Three," re-
ceived word that the great fortress
had fallen and that she should leave
at once.
C"My mother and- my brother and I
were obliged to leave our homes,"
she told when outlining her experi-
ences. "We walked about 36 miles
until we reached Holland. The
sights we encountered on the road
were too terrible to relate. After
three weeks In Holland my mother
went back to Antwerp while I start-
ed for London to give concerts for
the poor refugees. I have never seen
nor heard from my mother 'since. All
my efforts to locate her have been
in vain."
But for this' tragedy Miss Belge
would be very happy in this country
and intends to make it her home.
She likes her role in "Fiddlers
Three," which comes to the Whit-
ney theater Feb. R.

PHiONE
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All senior literary students ARC~AD E
Iarereusd to report to Regis-I Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
trar Arthur G.' Hall all errors Tete 9. Phones: 36
occurring in the tentative list oftle~e 94 41 sRs,21-
name nowpose n the ult- I nFri - 3o-3;. - D, XW.Griffith's
in bard n th noth crridr of Cearts u the World," and Christie
in bardin he ort coridCO Ccl; "'Married by Proxy."'
S University hall. The seniors are 't-r--~ryMorey in "H-oarded As-
S asked to make corrections as and Co ,;. " JgTCmd,"bi
soon s posible.Sun-Mlon 2- -3 -- Madge Kenneily in
soo asposibe."Day D earns" and "Smiling. Bill"
Prirros in "P1 ropsingz Bill.''

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TODAY

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Shirley Mason
Ernest Truex

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Shirley Mason and Ernest Trueex,
co-star in "Come On J, at the Ma-
jestic Friday and Saturday. MissMa
son, although new to the Paramount
company,. will be remembered for
her Work' in "The Littlest Magdf=
lene," "Cy Whittaker's Ward," glid'
the series, "The Seven Deadly
Sins." Although only 17 years pla,
Miss Mason has had a great deal of
stage experience, her first appearance
being at the age of four as Little Hal
in "The Squaw Man"a on the legiti-
mate stage.
Mr. Truex has also been associat-
ed with the footlights fora&~ number
of years as a comedian in musical
comedy. His principal roles hate

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On In"
One of the Vest .Pictutres
of the season

S TTFH Y M3ONIs20
S La l ii i [ t InCf { r47rntmK7Ji Clui s

SUNDAY,141MONDAY

A -LST T STODAYj.
xa.:3:00 and 7:30 _

Blryant Washburn

SUPREME, - 7esa'Eut T'
TRIUMH.\ ot/CSrORYI
EU R IT)N.
OF THE
A POMANCE
4OET4E GQEAT WAQP
B ATTLE SCENES
ON.TE BATTE FIELDSj
OF F ANNE M

Detroit, Jan. 30.- Several Chinese
young men and women who are grad-
uates of the University of Michigan
will speak this morning when the Chi-
nese residents of this city celebrate,
their New Year's.
For several nights the people living
i close proximity to the place of
celebration have heard wails and shrill
sounds issuing. from the strings of
foreign instruments. It is the Chi-
nese jazz band tuning up.
Soo Hoo Yen, official interpreter for
the On Leong Tong, explained that
when it once got started the band
would play for a long time. "Maybe
they'll play a week," he said, "and
maybe for a month."
The On Leong Tong is the other,
name for the Cinese Merchant's asso-'
ciation. The activities will take place
in the $120,000 building of this asso-
ciation and in the rooms of the Chi-
i 4se National Republic association.

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..lh'tneyTheatro, Thrs.,FbS
'{r MGoing Direct to Olympic, Chicago
~ JOHN CORtT, prod iicer of "Princess. Pat," "cFlora
... Bella", "Ilo10Flo," "G orian q aj4Lhdt~sen Lester"
Offers the
'~ Most Brilliant andt Glod~ous Mupicpal Comiedy of The 'Year

Flie Way of a M~an With a Paid I

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riddlers

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IMemoril or Red Crass Founder
Philadelphia, 44a. 28.-A national
memorial for Clara Payton, founder
of the American Red Cross, is pro-
posed.

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Special Music

Admission, 25c

TOMORROW-HARRY MOSEY in HOARDED ASSETSIJ

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The bastetball tearm wiil need
a manager net year, Thiis is
an excellent opport~tyfy r
juniors and sophoinrps. All
men desiring to try out call
Harry Heffner, '20, phone 18.

)vith 'Tabie VBelge
Book and lyrics by Wmn. Carey ]Duncan. Music by Alexander
Johnstone. Radiant wish mu%.ic, melody, roapplness, and
the original N. Y. Cort Theater east o1 Hal Skelley, Louise
Groody, Thomas Conkey, ;Joseph Miler, Cora Mayo, Josie
Intropodi, Gilbert Clayton, Henry Leont, Eeblin Gayer, Seibel
--Layman and Kling-ftelexi, and a
Class A-i Beauty Vattalion
Two Cars of Scenery-A ugmen ted Otrchestra
Fifty Alerry People
Prices-Balcony 75c, $1, $1.50; Lower $1.60, $2. Mail orders
now. 10 per cent war tax. Window Sale, Tuesday, a. mn.

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