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Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The communications by a "Juniorl
Lit" in Sunday's paper should not
In the first place the Athletip asso-
ciation is suspected of misappropria-
tion of funds. Just because Mr. Bar-
telme has made himself momentarily
unpopular by his attitude toward the
block "M," the gossips of the campus
let their imagination run loose. All
books are audited, by competent of-
ficials in every branch of the Uni-
versity's activities. That should be
That "harness shop" idea is partic-
ularly offensive. Although the writer
does not specify what he means, the:
average reader of The Daily will con-
strue the idea as a slam on the appar-
atus used at the University hospital
for Harold Rye's injured leg. Mich-
igan has been honored greatly by the
acceptance of the surgical chair by
Dr. Hugh Cabot and The Daily has
said that he is personally directing;
the =care of Rye. I think that the J-lit"
owes the hospital and Dr. Cabot both, 1
apologies for his article that is so in-
definite and leaves so much open to
the imagination. Or else he should1
state what he means by "harnessl
Mr. Bartelme has always been a_
hard working official, his job a thank-
less one, and his recent mistake shows
that he is human like the rest of us.
I think, therefore, that the junior lit.
owes everybody on the campus' an
apology, including himself.
tHE SIDEWALK CRITIC.
Asp a character drawing "Cappy
Ricks," coming Saturday,r Dec. 6, to
the Whitney, is a masterpiece. In
dramatizing the popular Cappy Ricks
stories by Peter B. Kyne, Edward E.
Rose has transferred the quaint per-
sonalities from the pages of books
to the stage and made them living
breathing, living human beings.
Tom Wise injects delightfully lov-
able qualities into his interpretations
of "Cappy," the o~d Pacific ship owner
and lumberman. Oliver Morasco has
surrounded him with a cast of such
talented assistants as Isabel Withers,
Earle Fox, and Percival Moore.
Charles Ray In
Shows at3 s :o 0o; 8:30
Thatre, 296-M Mgt's Res., 231&-M
A MALE TRIO
Sat. 22-Bessie Barriscale in "Kit
D.", with a screen magazine and
edy, "There Goes the Groom."
Sun-Mon. 23-24-Louis Glaum in
hara," with a comedy and c
Tues-Wed. 25-26--Guy Empy in
Undercufrent," with a monkeykco
"Stopping Bullets," and kin
Special Musical Attraction
Fri-Sat-2x-22-Earle Williams in "The
Black Gate" and "Smiling Bill" Par-
"eons in "They're Off."
Sn-Mon-Tue--23-24-25-Elsie Janis in
"A Regular Girl;" Christie Comedy.
"Her Bear Escape" and Jazz Mono-
Thurs-Fri. 20-21-All-star cast y
pense," with a news and comedy.
Sat. 22-Dustin Farnum in "The Lig
the Western Stars"; (returned);
a news and comedy.
Sun-Mon. 23-24-June Elvidge in "
Me," with a Mutt and Jeff car
"Plumbers" and a Ford weekly.
Tues-Wed. 25-26-Peggy Hyland in'
Girl from Bohemia," with a twc
Thurs.e27-Warren Kerrigan in "A V
Man's Chance," (returned); wi.
news and comedy.
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Charles Ray's latest Paramount
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an unsuccessful novelty salesman who
turns to the hotel business as a more
fertile field for his eorts, will be pre-
sented 4 today and tomorrow at the
Even though he Is only a country
hotel clerk, Bill Henry is a pretty
smart young fellow.It, does not pay
to fool with him, at cards or any oth-
er "sporty game," as a visiting man
of the world discovers when he in-
veigles him into a "little" game of
Henry gets the winning hand and
rakes in the pot, but he immediately
spends it for a' worthless piece of
land. There are many more thrills
and laughs before fortune singles him
out as her favorite.
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THE COURSE OF A
U. OF D. TO TEACH CHINESE AS
AN AID TO FOREIGN TRADE
Realizing the growing importance
of the Chinese language in the foreign
trade situation of today, the school of
commerce and finance of the Univer-
sity of Detroit has added a course of,
Chinese Mandarin to its present cur-
Completesupervision of the-lang-
uage has been given to H. C. 'Tung,
'20, who will go to Detroit every week
to take charge of the Friday and Sat-
urday evening' classes. Due to the
lack of suitable text books, Tung has
prepared the course himself and has
had mimeographed copies of his les-
sons made for distribution apiong the
PHI SMA HEARS LECTURE
BY DR. MAX EET THURSDAY
Members of Phi Sigma, honorary
zoological society, met at 7:30 Thurs-
day night in room B 174, of the New
Science building, to listen to, an ad-
dress given by Dr. Max Peet, instrue-
tor in surgery. Dr. Peets subject
was, "The Relation of Olfactory Sense
to the Life of the Honey Bee," and was
illustrated with lantern slides.
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color or pattern. C. H. Major & Co.-
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A Ate SNSAT IN °m
All Griffith's mastery of
pcture-.aking, the technique -
* that is preem nety his by
invention and control, the skill
and subtlety with which he
" can unfold at story, has gone
into the making of "Broken
A :.. -- -
' d E ' '
Playing the role of a once brillian
lawyer who has allowed himself to
sink into obscurity, Earle Williams
will be shown in "The Black Gate" to-
doy'and tomorrow at the Arcade.
Tlwe different effects of personal
losses and losses of money held in
trust are brought out when the ad-
ministrator of his brother's estate dis
covers that during his stewardship
the property has been seriously de-
pleted. Mr. Williams has the role of
a strong character who make a noble
Tickets will b~ on sale for the Camp
Davis reunion Friday, Nov. 21, in the
Engineering building. The Camp Dav-
is meeting will be held Nov. 25.
Prof. Arthur Blanchard, professor
of highway engineering, will speak
to the students of Syracuse in the
morning and to the Technology club
in the evening of Nov. 24, on the sub-
ject, "Bituminous Surfaces and Bit-
Prof. Louis M. Gram was elected
president of the local chapter of the
American Society of Civil Engineers
at the last meeting held in Detroit.
At the Architectural societ.y meet-
ing Thursday, Nov. 20, Mr. H. S. M.
Grylls spoke on "Oriental Art." Mr.
Gryllsis from the Detroit firm, Smith,
Hnchman, and Grylls.
Profs! C. T. Johnston, J. H. Cissel,
and H. E. Higbie and Mr. L E. Ayres
have been elected as directors of the
local chapter of the Mechanical Eng-
ineering society for the council of
the Mechanical Engineering soiety.
ALPHA NU PLEDGES CARY; ON
DEBATE IN REGULAR MEETING
Pledges to the Alpha Nu carried on
the greater part of the evening's pro-
gram Thursday night when the Alpha
Nu Debating society held a regular
meeting in the society's rooms in Un-
iversity hall. Two teams of prospec-
tive members debated the question,
"Should court-martial decisions be
subject to review by a board of civ-
FRESHMEN LITS DECIDE TO
HAVE CLASS MIXER AND SMOKER
The social committee of the fresh-
men lit class met Wednesday after-
noon in the Union and decided to hold
a fresh lit mixer the afternoon of
Sa irday, Dec. 13. It was also plan-
ned at that time to hold a fresh lit
smoker in the Union some time soon.
These affairs will be in charge of
Ward Conover, social chairman of the
Senior and Junior Engineer Cordu-
roy Trousers at Wagner & Co. State
TODAY and SATURDAY
AT ALL STORES WHERE h
lupoWanFGU o, New York
IF YOU LOST THE
WOMAN YOU LOV-
ED, WOULD Y O U
LOSE INTEREST IN
11" doesn't have plain horse sense. He
on a horse named "Prohibition" and wins
he Anti-Saloon League.
to see hun and the girl go down to Coney
the loop, slide the slide, bump the bumps,.
I everything there is to be done from eating
watching the pictures in the old mill.
IN HIS BEST COUNTRY' BOY PICTUR E
Gosh All Tarnation, But Bill Was Mad!
He meant nothin but good. Fact was, he had the grand-
est little rheumatism cure that ever brought relief to sufferin'
humanity. And then to think that his very first "prospect"
should have busted his new bicycle and chased him down the
.Mad!!?) Well, Bill just had to go and do something des-.
perate, and he did! Fell heels-over-head in love, became a'
regular fightin' hero, and made more money than you'd ever
dream, lookin' at him here.
You'll laugh and thrill and glow like any kid at a circus
when you see Charles Ray as "Bill Henry."
SUNDAY MONDAY - TUESDAY
6A Reular Girl"
10,000 in thirty days, winning the hearts of
owing the world how women can rule,- and
s up in general is OUR idea of "A REGU-
so, too, when you see Elsie Janis in this mile-
of romance and adventure.
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY
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