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A WILLIAM FOX
PRODUCTION
UNIQUE IN STORY. DARING
IN INCIDENT, THRILLING
IN ACTION.

That the attitude which some prom-
inent political leaders take toward
proposed League to Enforce Peace is
deplorable, is the opinion of Prof. C.
H. Van Tyne, expressed in a letter
to the New York Times in a recent is-
sue.
The letter in full is as follows:
"The attitude which some prominent
political leaders are taking toward
the draft of the League to Enforce
Peace is distressing. We cannot be a
hermit nation any more - the prog-
ress of invention has determined that.
Only by some real union with our al-
lies can we secure the fruits of the
victory which saved the worlds' de-
mocracies. If we cannot unite with
our. allies in the terns proposed in
the draft in question, we almost cer-
tainly can hope for no other alliance.
If in place 'of this plan we all-the
United States, France, England, et al.
-go our own ways, Germany will
very soon drive a diplomatic wedge
between us, and we shall lose all the
guarantees of the dominence of the
democratic, peace - loving ntaions
which we have won.
"Those who talk tragically of the
overthrow of the Monroe Doctrine by
the proposed League are, if they have
carefuly read the instrument, mere-
ly raising a cloud of dust to conceal
their real objection, which they dare
not disclose. Others, who mourn the

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passing of our "dear old Constitution"
If 'we accept this plan, are raising a
mere bogey. ,
Not to Affect Constitution
"After years of study of constitu-
tional history and after the most
careful reading and (study of the
League plan, I cannot for the life of
me see what there is in the Consti-
tution which would be destroyed by
accepting this plan. If there is such
a clause, let us amend the Constitu-
tion. We have of late amended it re-
peatedly for much less important
matters. Much of the opposition
seems to be aimed at President Wil-
son personally. But that is wholly
unnecessary, for, if that is the only
real objection, a very good case can
be made against his claim to the
chief credit for it. It might be shown
that in spite of the claims of his ad-
mirers he has utterly failed to get
the dreamy, utopian thing which he
has repeatedly said he must have. The
League is not universal, as he in-
sisted it must be. It will be many
years before Germany can even hope
to be in it. Only the allied and dem-
ocratic nations are in it, and they
alone will be for years to come. Dis-
armament - which he demanded -- is
only a thing for 'unlimited discus-
sion.' 'Freedom of the seas,' that im-
possible proposition as far as the
British were concerned, has been rel-
egated to the limbo of Colonel House's
vagaries. In spite of President Wil-
son's 'no annexations' dictum, the
captured colonies are not to go back
to Germany to be misgoverned, but
they go to the neighboring peoples,
their 'mandatories,' a beautiful word,
which charms away allthe objections
to 'annexations.' Lloyd George, Cle-
menceau, and General Smuts qpite as
much as our President have drawn up'
a League to keep the peace we have
won, a mere League of the Allies at
present. They allowed President Wit-
son to phrase some of it, and to name
it, and to read it, and to get the glory
of it - from those who were blind
worshippers enough to forget all he
has said and to think this was the
universal peace league of which he
had dreamed.
Wilson Denies Credit
"President Wilson himself is much
more modest than his admirers, for
when questioned by one of the sena-
tors at the 'mad tea party' he said:
'It is not my plan, not Smu.ts' plan,
nor that of Clemenceau, but it is that
of Lord Robert Cecil, with modifica-
tions.' All this will seem cynical and
unsympathetic, but my meaning is that
the utopian dream which we at least
thought was President Wilson's plan
has proved impossible of immediate
realization, while out of this very
practical scheme proposed may come,
I sincerely hope, in the course of
time, when great changes are wrought
in the minds and hearts of men, the
full realization of a universal League
of Nations-approaching at least the
beautiful Utopia which our President
has proposed for us." -.
(Signed) C. I. VAN TYNE.
The last sum offered for the mov-
ing picture rights to "Pollyanna" is
said to have been the largest ever of-
fered for any play with the single
exception of "Peg o' My Heart."

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AT THE MAJESTIC

Orpheum-"The Way
with a Maid."
Shubert - Garrick -
"Oh, Boy."

of a Man
Detroit -

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Arcade-' 'Faith."
Wuerth - "The
Room."

Whitney-"Come On, Dad."
Majestic - "The Cruise of
Make Believes."

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Detroit Opera House on
Campus -."Twin Beds."

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ADDITIONAL SOT
WOMEN'S INDOOR GYMNASUJM
WORK TO END AT VACATION
T h e gymansium demonstration
scheduled for Thursday, April 3, will
mark the termination of women's in-
door gymnasium work for this semes-
ter.
Immediately after spring vacation,
the outdoor classes will be organiz-
ed. Women will be allowed to choose
one of the following sports: baseball,
tennis, archery; and group games
Lists are now posted in the corridor
of Barbour gymnasium and freshmen,
and sophomores are asked to sign up
as soon as possible.
Baseball practice will'also begin at
this time and candidates for positions
on the class teams are urged to come
out for the first practices.
Crimson .Cinder Men to Slart Season
Harvard's spring track season will
open next week. As there are very
few of last year's men returning it is
an excellent opportunity for new men.
Sixteen members of Columbia's var-
sity crews of 1914-16 served in the
army during the war.
Umbrellaman Goes
With the avowed purpose of repair-
ing umbrelals a man giving his name
as Goodman has been making a can-
vas of Ann Arbor houses, but has
failed to return the umbrellas he col-
lected.
Goodman gave as his address as the
Americanhotel, but the police find his
name is not in the hotel register.
Homeop Notes
Redecorating has been completed in
the lecture and operating rooms of the
eye, ear, nose, and throat depart-
ments at the Homoeopathic hospital.
Dr. Lloyd Clay, released from serv-
ice two months ago, has accepted an
offer to become assistant to Dr. Frank
Kelly, eye, ear, nose, and throat spe-
cialist of Detroit.

MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA g-tly-All SinSued
TODAY AND TO0OR1OW
The Cruise of the Make Believe
SENNET COMEDY
FIDAY-SATURDAY
Bryant WashburnI a
VENUS OF TE EAST
A RC AD E
Shows at 3:00; 7:oo; $:So
t Phone.:
Theatre, 296-M uges Res., a z-M
Wed-26--Bert Lytell in "Faith;," Star
tCo e4dy, "His Body for Rent," and
Screeo Telegram
Tbura-Fri-27 28-A lce Brady In "The
I Better Half,' Christie Comiedy, "John-
ny, Go Get Thew" and Ford Weekly.
Sat--33--Harry Moray in "Fighting Dos-
tiny" and Big V Comedy, "Beauty, and
Booty."
WUERT H THEATRE
2:00 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Tues-Wed -25-265-GLADYS BROCK-
Sn "The Forbidden Room." Alao
Lly omedy and Mutt &lit ud cartoon,
"Fireman Save My Child."
Thurs-Pri -27.28--MAE MURRY in
"Da 728--gerMRR iGo Slow." Also L-Ko Com-
eyad a Six Act Vaudeville Reel.
ComIg-Heawts o f usalty
The Unpardenable SIa"

Bert Lytell's Banker Has Faith in Him'

Laurence

Reid says in The New York Review-
"Faith," Ivith Bert Lytell, is quite
picture he has seen in ages.

the finest

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These are some of the things he says:-
There is no denying the fact that Bert Lytell is about the luckiest individual
upon the screen when it comes to the standard of excellence which his pictures have
mnaintained the- past year. His last previous feature. "The Spender" was so meri-
torious in every way that we thought it could not be surpassed. But along comes
a new offering. "Faith." that is so wholesome in its philosophy, so real in its human-
ity and so fine in its appeal, that it clearly outshines its predecessors and stands con-
spicuously as a work of art. Mr. J,ytell always appears natural and convincing. Hle
never i lulzes in heroics to gain his points, hut seems like your fellow clubman. your
hoon comnpaniot', your pal-in fact he resembles the person in the street so carefully
don lhe keep his balance. "Faith" will endure when many spectacular things are
long forgotten.
Exhibitors Herald says:-
(once in n, while a picture comes along that is so refreshinz in its philosophy,' so
wholesome in its tone, and so convincing in its logic that it is bound to be recognized
as a genuine work of art. Such a tribute must be paid Bert lytell's "Faith." It is,
indeed, one of the finest pictures of the year. and any exhibitor who passes it by will
show a lack of appreciation for the intelligence of his audience.
SEE THIS PICTURE AT THE

Lila Lee, 16-year-old film star, ap-
pears as a big-hearted little gril in
"'The Cruise of the Make Believes,
which Aill be shown at the Majestic
Wednesday and Thursday.
This is Miss Lee's first Paramount
picture, although she has already had
eight years' expe'rience on the speak-
ing stage. She is given a splendid
chance in this picture to show the
screen technique which she develop-
ed so rapidly after entering the mov-
ing picture field.
AT THE ARCADE
Bert Lytell, who achieved such suc-
cess in "The Spender," is the star
Tuesday at the Arcade in "Faith," by
Richard Washburn Child. Lytell has
ben called the most natural actor be-
fore the camera, and although "Faith"
does not possess the customary sen-
sational qualities, it is distinctly "hu-
man," and, it is said, will be remem-
bered long after spectacular produc-
tions have passed into oblivion. It is
a gripping story of the manner in
which a young man proved that his
employer's faith in him had not, been
in vain.
Alice Brady in "The Better Half"
will be the attraction Thursday and
Friday.
COLLECTIONS IN MUSEUM GET
NEW SPECIMAN STUDY CASES
Flying Squirrel Group Receives Addi-
tion of Pelts by;Northern
Trapper
New galvanized cases for study spec-
imens offur-bearing animals and bird
collections have been arranged by Mr.
Norman A. Wood on the second floor
of the museum. These collections are
not on display but are constantly used
by classes in zoology and by graduate
students and faculty engaged in re-
search work.
Furs added to the group of flying
squirrels, natives of Michigan, came
from a northern Michigan trapper this
winter. As a personal friend of Mr.
Wood he sends those pelts that are
not marketable to the University col-
lection.

ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 5:30, 10:00
Wed----BRYANT WASHBURN'in"The
*Way of a Man With a Maid." Also "A
Fight for Millions"-"The Tide of Die-
aster.
Thurs-Fri-7-28-CRANE WILBER In
"Breezy Jim." Also a Screen Telegroma
and Comedy. "The Price of a Rotea
Time."
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Wt. S, UKITIn "T111B OW

sat9,:.,GARRICK N igt ea
$1.0 DETROIT Se teO
F. Ray Comstook and Wm. Ellott pret
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"The Cruise of

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Star of "The Spender" and
"Hitting the High Spots "in
in another corker

the Make Believes"

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Faith
Vy Richard Washburn Child
Are you a human being
with human feelings, or
have you become a thing
wih the soul of a type-
writer and the heart of
an addng.machine.
One man described
himself in these.
w o r d s in "FAITH."
A photoplay that digs
under the skin with the
persistence of a cootie,
but with exactly oppo-
site effect.

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Do you buy Dutterine for your table? If so,
it will pay you to investigate the quality of
our VEGEO MARGARINE.
We buy it direct from the factory. we sell
it to you at less than wholesale prices.
It is thc bCst Diece of goods we ever bought

Lila Lee is the lucky girl who was chosen
from among, thousands of aspirants for motion
picture fame. The experts say that this sixteen
year old girl is the coming star. They have
started her steps on the paths that have been
trod by the film players whose names are
household words. Is she worthy of the honer?
Will she make good? Come and see her and
judge for yourself.
"Ambrose's Cup of Woe" Sennett Comedy

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FRIDAY - SATURDAY

Kyer & Whitker

Bryant. Washburn in
"VENUS of the EAST"

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BIG BENS

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SUNDAY - 3 DAYS

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Artcrait Special Production
"LITTLE WOME N"

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A Natural Actor in a ,
Human Story B ERT LYTELL
Tomorrow and Friday-Alice Brady in
"THE BETTER HALF"
Sunday and Monday-Harold Lockwood in
aePALS FIRST." A New Picture, not a reissue.

SLEEP METERS
We have just received a few.
Get yours while they last.
HALLER & FULLER

From the story by Louisa May Alcott
WE WANT YOU TO SEE

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