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That Hill auditorium be opened to
speeches of current interest both so-
cial and political was the opinion ex-
pressed by the Michigan Students' Lib-
eral club in its meeting last night, as
is shown by the following resolution
which was passed and will be pre-
sented to the Regents at an early
Whereas, It is the concensus of op-
inion upon the campus of the Univer-
sity of Michigan that it is highly de-
sirable that speeches of current social
and political interest be given in Hill
Whereas, It is the right and privi-
lege of the students of this University
to hear such speeches, and the duty
of those in authority to permit them
if they are requested, and
Whereas: It is undemocratic and
un-American to institute or continue
an absolutely arbitrary censorship,
Whereas: The chief objection to
granting the use of the auditorium
arises over the question of who shall
assume the responsibility for the char-
acter of the speeches there given,, and
Whereas,: This objection can be
adequately and satisfactorily met by
throwing this responsibility squarely
upon the/students by demanding as
prerequisite to furnishing the accom-
modations of the auditorium, a written.
petition for the use of that building'
signed by a minimum of one hundred
and fifty students, therefore, be it
Resolved, That it is the sentiment
of the Michigan Students' Liberal club
that the use of the auditorium should
always be granted upon these or more
. terms, and be it further
Resolved, That it is the sentiment of
this club that the arrangement pro-
posed is democratic and equitable. Be
Resolved, That a- copy of this reso-
lution be transmitted to the Board of
"Portraits That Pe
Having played continuously for two
years in New York, Messrs. Skuberts'
"May, time," compared by some with
the famousGilbert and Sullivan which
were so popular some years ago, is be-
ing presented this, week at the;Shi-
bert-Detroit. Matinees will be given
today and Saturday.
"Maytime" is said to be distinctively
different from the conventional jazz
musical comedies of present vogue,
boasting of sweet and often serious
comedy of sentiment, exquisite cos-
tunmlng and scenic effects, and dainty
and tuneful melodies.
The cast, among whose members are
William Norris, Melvin Stokes, Rich-
ard Wayne, and+ Carolyn Thomson, is
largely made up of the player's who
appeared jn New York.
New Shipment Just Rec
The finest cordovan Oxfords we ever had the
showing. The above cut is an exact reproduction
Color, Mahogany Brown; soles, heavy single, w
extra wear; the inside finish, insoles, heel-lining
in harmony with the outside quality. ,
BY MCHEL BARTON'BUTLER
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Rachel Barton Butler's Harvard
prize comedy, "Mamma's ,Affair,"
which has enjoyed a popular run in
New York, is being presented this
week at the Garrick-Detroit by the or-
iginal New York c'ast composed of Ef-
fie Shannon, Robert Edeson, Emelia
Bingham, Katherine Kaelred, Ida St.
Leon, George Le Guere, and Little
The plot is woven around a chronic
invalid whose daughter devotes all
her time to her comfort. The mother
never travels without a, list of the
doctors in each town she is going to
visit.- But she finally calls in the
wrong physician who cures her with a
unique treatment. *
In "The Fighting Shepherdess," to
be shown today and tomorrow at the
Majestic, Anita Stewart appears in
another out of doors picture. She has
the part of Kate Prentice, a country
girl hampered by an unfavorable en-
vironment, whose life is beset with
hardship and colored with adventure.
Kate's mother is the keeper of a dis-
reputable inn. The bad influences of
Kate's home are brought out vividly
when a degenerate half-breed, who is
stopping at the iron,, forces his at-
tentions on her. She is saved by "Mor-
mon" Joe, an eccentric sheep raiser,
who further befriends her by making
her his partner in business. False
rumors are spread about because of
this arrangement but thejy do not work'
entirely to her disadvantage.
We invite Comparison at Any Price
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" Excessive beauty worship is pun-
ished by Mary Miles Minter as Nurse
Marjorie in the picture by the same
name which will be shown today and
tomorrow at the Arcade. When,
against the wishes of her fither and
mother, the Duchess and Duke of Don-
egal, she becomes a nurse in a sani-
tarium, two patients are assigned to
her, a cripple boy, and John Danbury,
a member of the house of commons'
who is recovering his sight after an
UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE
Large well known brokerage com-
pany selling food staples in volume
'to wholesale' trade will consider em-
ployment of several graduates inter-
ested in entering business life and as-
sociating themselves premanently with
reliable concern offering exceptional
opportunities for growth and advance-
ment. Must be clean cut, high grade,
active minded type. Highest refer-
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stating business experience, if any,
also education, age, home addiress, and
when services available, will not be
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an Elgin watch, with chain and keysj
attached. Reward for return. Find-
er call 2499.
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between Palmer field and Barbour
gymnasium, Friday. Reward. Call
LOST-Phi Delta Theta gold bar pin
on Campus. Reward. Mystia Tru-
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LOST-New grey tweed hat at armory
Friday night. Call 88-W, and. ex-
LOST- Open faced Waltham watch
near Union.' Reward. Call Ronan,
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basement check room. Name and
address inside. Please return.
LOST-Phi Kappa Psi fraternity pin,
Illinois Alpha chapter. Please re-
turn to bot M. A. K., Daily.
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WANTED-Student help fc
and paint washing, 4c.
50c to real hustler. Phol
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WE HAVE Summer vacation positions
open for 4 or 5 students. Earnings
as high as $20 per day. Call after-
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