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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY,

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATLTRDAY, 1,
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IAJESTIC
11r ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY
ley Maoon and ErnestlTrues
"Come On In"

SUNDAY-MONDAY
BRYANT WASHBURN
AC EADE
Shows at3:o07:; 000 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Sat---Harry Morey in "Hoarded As-
sets" and Big-V Comedy, "Chumps
and Cops."
Sun-Mon - 2- Madge Kennedy in
"Day Dreams" and "Smiling Bill"
Parsons in "Proposing Bill"
Tues-4-Lewis S. Stone in "The Man
of Bronze"; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon,
"Around the World in 9 Minutes,"
and News Weekly.

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Detroit Chinese
Observe New Year
The Chinese New Year's festivities
began yesterday in Detroit when the
Chinese citizens, who have been pre-
paring for the celebration for several
days, opened their New Year.
Since the Chinese republic was
founded their years have been reck-
oned by the solar system, but there
are still many yho adhere to the old
regime. r According to the old way
their years were reckoned by the
lunar system. Celebrations under the
old regime are continued over a
period of 15 days, during which a
continual round of feasts and games
is given.
.It is customary for parents to pre-
sent to their children gifts of money
when wishing them a "Happy New
Year." An old dread of unpleasant
subjects gives rise .to the custom of
mentioning nothing but pleasant
things on the first day of the year.
Staying up all night to see their new
year in is just ascommon there as
it i4 here. Large, red candles - are
burned during the first 24 hours and
the wafis and furniture are hung
with red silk draperieg embroidered
with gold letters.

nedy is to be seen in "Day Dreams2
Miss Kennedy is connecte 'it the
Cold wyn -a ada hee r-
cently in "A Persect tAdo The stOry
in by Cosmo H:miten.
Fire Starts at .]otme of J. C. Allen
Slight damage resulted from a fire
at 8:30 o'clock last night at thehome
of Mr. John C. Alien, 907 Sybil street.
The conflagration was caused by a de-
fective chimney.

Leonard Leaves Camp for Business
Ceorge Leonard, '17, has been re-
leased from the officers' training
school at Camp Taylor, Ky., and is
employed at the present time by the
Eurrcw's Adding Machine company in
Detroit. He was a member of the Phi
Gamma fraternity.
The Ferry field rsecord for the mile
irun of- 4:23 was made by E. Hana-
van; '12.

PHI W\ L PHONE
1701 1701
Shows at Shows at
7:0®)7:00
S:30 8:30

LAST TIMES TODAY

-ARRICK 'Matinees
Aawm.,aa Wednesday and
DETROIT I Saturday
LEE KUGEL Presents
"THE NET"
L Dynamic Play of Thrills, Suspense and
Laughs, witbMAaAvnNn TROMPsoN

TAVIE BELGE, THE NIGHTINGALE OF MUSICAL COMEDY, IN JOHN
CORT'S "FIDDLERS, THREE," AT TIE WHITNEY THEATER TIURS-
DAY, FEBRUARY 6.

Advertise in

The Daily.-Adv.

ARCADE

REVIL Of CLASSICS
TOFOLLOWWORLD WAR
PROF. SCO'T'T SAYS FALLACY
EXISTS iN PRESENT )IET*HOD
OF STUDY

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AT THE THEA TERS

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o7 TRTV AO

Ernest Truex

IN

and

Shirley Mason

TODAY

On In
One of the Viest Pictures
of the season

TODAY

HARRY MOREY

"HOARDED ASSETS"
you were a happy bride and a detective told you your
husband was "wanted," what would you doh
Also Big-V Comedy, ! Chumps and Cops"

TOMORROW--SUNDAY

MADGE KENNEDY in

"DAY DREAMS"
By Cosme Hamilton
A Goldwyn Picture in live Delightful Acts

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"The war has brought home to
thousands of people the deadly weari-
ness and dreariness of a merely phy-
sical existence, while at the same time
it has been shown how powerful are
great ideas to redeem these herrors,"
said Prof. F. N. Scott 6n Thursday eve-
ning at a meeting of the Classical
club.
Professor Scott, speaking of the re-
vival of the classics to follow the
war, said:
"It seems probable that within a
short time there will be an increase
in the things of the mind, especially in
all of the modes by which the human
spirit finds expression. This means a
return to the classics. But the classics
are simply the best literature of all
languages, and whether Greek or Latin-
will share in this revival depends
upon the teacher."
Englishi n 4,000 A. D.
After a short introduction, Profes-
sor Scott read a letter supposed to
have been written in the year 4,000
A. D., by a professor of dead languages
at Timbuctoo. This message, which
was sent to a friend of this future
professor, discusses English as a dead
language, the pronounciation of which
has been forgotten. Students are pic-
tured as wandering in a maze of
grammatical rules and making slow
progress.
,Fallacy ini Study'
The writer points out the fallacy of
studying this imaginary classic for
the sake of mental training, increased
vocabulary, and a more thorough un-
derstanding of the modern language
of the 40th century. He continues his
portrayal of English as a classic and
states how he, in his youth, had re-
ceived =great , consolation and light
from the expressions of Shakespeare,
Wordsworth and Tennyson.
CAMP CUSTER OFFICERS ASK
LEAVE TO REMAIN IN SERVICE
Battle Creek, Jan. 31.-With their
commands being reduced to a mini-
mum or entirely wiped out, under de-
mobilization orders, many commis-
sioned officers are being transferred
to other commands temporarily at
Camp Custer. Quite a large number
of the officers are asking that they
be permitted to remain in service,
liking the army life and the many op-
portunities it offers.
Authorization has been granted by
the war department for such officers
as can meet qualifications to remain
in the service permanently if they de-
sire. A number of officers were com-
missioned for five years, it is also
understood.

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AT THE MAJESTIC,
"Come On In," with Shirley Mason
and Ernest Truex is to be seen at
the Majestic theater for the last time
today.
Bryant Washburn takes the part of
a poorly paid clerk in the picture,
"The Way of a Man With a Maid,"
which comes Sunday and Monday. He
falls in love with Elsa Owenson, a
pretty, pert stenographer, but as his
salary was small he had to prod him-
self along to think of ways to get
enough money together to take the
extravagant Elsa out to dinner and
lances. x The effect this has on him
is to make him forge ahead in his
work, while as for Elsa, the moment
that he asks her to marry him she be-
comes economical and tries to save
her lover's money.
AT THE ARCADE
Harry Morey in "Hoarded Assets,"
is the feature at the Arcade theater
today. If possible this picture should
be seen from the beginning, as it is a
type of play that is filled with a ser-
ies of swift, exciting events which de-
pendmupon each other.
Tomorrow and Monday Madge Ken-

Majestic-Shirley Mason and
Ernest Truex in "Come On In."
Arcade - Harry Morey in
"Hoarded Assets," and comedy,
"Chumps and Cops."
Wuerth- Elaine Hammerstein
in "Her Man," also comedy and
weekly.
Orpheum- Jaunita Hansen in
"Sea Flowers," also news and
comedy.
Shubert-Garrick, Detroit-"The
Net."
Detroit Opera House on the
Campus, Detroit-Harry Lauder.

SHOWS. TUES.-WED.
SURRENDER
2:00, 3:30 0 OF THE GER-
7, 8:30, 10 MAN FLEET
Neivs TODAY Comedy
ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN in "HER MAN"
SUNDAY MONDAY
PUSTIN FARNUM in
"The Light f W stern Stars"
Story by Zane Grey Also NEWS, COftEIJYandSCENIC

Iie Way of a Man With a 'Paid

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SUNDAY, MONDAY
Bryant Washburn

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

DRESS FOOTWEAR

EVELYN NESBIT
& RUSSETHA WinH ierMistake
Also SPECIAL- "Surrender of the German Fieft"
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FOR WOMEN

The Girls are Preparing
They want to look their best over here" to entertain the boys
from "over there." Parties, entertainments and personal calls
demand the Daintiest Slippers to make their appearance com-
pletely satisfying.
Silver and Gold Cloth
-French Kid and Pat-
ent Pumps - Oxfords
or Two-eyelet South-
ern Ties. Light, Dain-
ty, Dressy Models, all
sizes.
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. MAIN ST.

TODAY

Also News

Juanita Hangs, in

The Sea Flow er and Comedy
SUNDAY Special MONDAY
"EIG HT BELLS"
Here 's your chance to see dive 1.eels of Comedy

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i Whitney Theatre, Thurs., Feb. 6

Going Direct to Olyinpic, Chicago
JOAN CORT, producer of "Princess Pat," "Flora
Bella", "Flo Flo," "Gloriana" and Listen Lester"
Offers the
Most Brilliant and Glorious Musical Comedy of the Year

IFI*ddlers

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TOSCHA

SEIDEL

Three

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DISTINGUISHED RUSSIAN VIOLINIST

HILL AUDITORIUM

SATURDAY., FEB. 8--8 O'clock

ipith Tabie Belge
Booband lyrics by Wm. Carey Duncan..Music by Alexander
Johnstone. Radiant wiih music, melody, happiness, and
the original N. Y. Cort Theater cast of Hal Skelley, Louise
Groody, Tbomas Conkey, 2Joseph Miller, Cora Mayo, Josi
intrepodi, Gilbert Clayton, Henry Leoni, Echlin Gayer, Seibel
-Layman and Kling-Helen, and a
Class A-1 Beauty Battalion
Two Cars of Scenery.-Augmented Orchestra
Fifty M'erry People
Prices-Balcony 75c, $1, $1.60; Lower $1.50, $2. Mail orders
now. 10 per cent war tax. Window Sale, Tuesday, a. m.

Tickets-1.00 $1.60 $2.00

Course Ttekets-$4.50 $5.00 -45.60 $6.00
At School of Music

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