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16-William Farnum 'in
of the Morning" with a
edy, "TheeFall Freakers."
it Michelena in "The
tne" with a screen maga-
iedy, "Home Brew."
-19-20-Zane Grey in
luction "Desert Gold." with
>llard 'comedy and colofed
-22-All - star cast -in
Must Pay" with a two-reel
--Mae Murray in "Hearts is

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DEPORTATION ACTION
METHODS USED IIAVE BEEN' IN.
HUMANE AND UNUSUAL
HE STATES

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-15-16-Olivia Tell in "The
Trap," also a news and comedy.
Sun-18-Olivia Thomas in "The Glor-
-ious Lady" (ret.) with a Mutt & Jeff
cartoon and Ford weekly.
Mon-19-Sessue Hayakawa in "The Grey
Horizon" with a Mutt & Jeff cartoon
and Ford weekly.
Tues-Wed-20-21-Albert Ray in "Tin
Pan Alley" also Craig Kennedy stories.
Thurs-Fri-22-23-Dixie Lee in "Where
Bonds are Loose" also a news and
comedy.

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"Deportations,' said Prof. A. E.
Wood of the sociology department,9
"have come as an aftermath of the
war, when violent suppression of ex-
treme views might be expected, due to
the success of the extremists in Russ-'
ia. But as America has always been
considered the political asylum for all
the oppressed peoples of the world
this means of suppression is most un-
usual. ,
Should Be Humane
"While immigration laws exclude1
anarchists, the government officialsl
are legally protected in their dras-L
tic measures, but proceedings should [
be carried on in a more dignified and
humane way."
Professor Wood cited as an example
of this inhuman treatment the ,mnnnerI
in which some "Reds" were treated in
Detroit. Police arrested a number of
men suspected of being anarchists
and had them confined for the night'
and the greater part of the following
day. No provision was made forl
sanitation of any kind and the men
were not given food during their im-
prisonment.
Stirs Feeling
"Such treatment," he said, "cannot I

ill foaling ag'ainst - the gov
While our officials sannot
wholly responsible, they sho
ize that ill-advised methods
flame all the pent up bitterne,
these people.
In its zeal to rid the cp
this undesirable . element,
erniment has made ixndiscrinzi
portations. ,Men have bee:
from their families thereby c
the women and children of the
of support., If deportation i.
tinue, whole families should
out of the country together
separated in such an inhuma
ner.'
Measures Too Drastl
"We have been living in a
terror and hyhteria. Instead
when the government shou
been looking after the peace E
being of its people, it has bee
when nothing has been done
well-being, when no laws h,
established for the benefits
citizens of this country.
"All thinking persons of a
ness of mind will see the f
such drastic measures, and
in which they are carried "o
are in opposition to every
of fairness and free thought f,
our government was establisl
portation encourages that type
osophy that we call un-Amer:
MARTHA WASHINGTON C
at Tices' Drug Store, 117 S.
Fresh every Friday.-Adv.

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" ~Oh My Dear~' "

FLOWERING PLANTS
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Isis 'Telegraph Delivery
1002 S. Univ.
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SCENE FROM "THE BOOMERANG," FRIDAY, JAN. 16, 'AT THE WHIT-
NEY THEATER.

The Stage
THE WHITNEY

The Screen

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Eddie Leonard finds himself in an
awkward position in the first act (of
"Roly Boly Eyes," to. be presented by
John Cort this evening at the Whit-
ney, when he appears as Bob War-
ren who is disgraced and sent away
from home. He turns this incident
to good advantage in the' second act,
however, 'when he assumes a, mi-
strel's guise and even presents 'a
minstrel show in his own home. 'Be-
fore the close of the play he thor-
Iughly yindicates himself, exposes the
real culprit; and wins the girl who had
incidently renained faithful to him in
the worst moments of his disgrace.
Supporting the well known minstrel
are actors such as Mai Boley, Queenie
Smith, and Hugh Chivlers, and also
a chorus of pretty girls, gorgeously
gowned.
"The Boomerang," Winchell Smith's
.and Victor Mape's recent coni'edy suc-
cess, will appear tomorrow night at
the Whitney.
ANNOUNCEfIENT
Sandy Wilson's five-piece orche-
tra will play the latest popular music
at the PACKARD, THURSDAY NIGHT
from 8 to 11 o'clock.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

Bryant Washburn, heading the Maj-
esti'c program today in "Why Smith
Left Home," is again the prince of
laughable thrills in the role of John
Brown Smith, who is prevented' by
wreck, fire, storm, scandal, and earth-
quake from kissing his bride.
Eloping with father-in-law's assist-
ance'and mother-in-laws distinct dis-
approval, he finds himself pursued
by the parents, who do not believe
him married. His chum's cottage
proves no asylum with them there
before him, but after complications set
in due to a desperate kiss given in the
dark to the maid, whom he takes for
his' wife, the hero manages with the
aid of a holdup and a most realistic
earthquake to convince all'of his
^faithfulness.
A good release of. Pathe News and
a Fox Sunshine comedy, "His Naugh-
ty Wife," add the educational and pan-
cake-throwing features to a well-
rounded bill.

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ED IT- That Means Perfection

"Anne of Green Gables," featuring
Mary Miles Minter, so well received by
Christimas audiences at the Arcade,
will be repeated today. This charming
picture is a draniitization of the whole
series of "Anne" books by L. M. Mont-
gomery.
Anne's character from her eventful
life in an orphanage until she is adopt-
ed and becomes engaged to her girlt
hood 'sweetheart is completely depict-
ed, and none of her pranks, and escap-
ades related in the books are omitted.
COL. ARTHUR ADDRESSES
JUNIOR ENGINEER ASSEMBLY

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1 "Economics of Military Service"
was the title of the short talk given
by Colonel Arthur at. the junior engi-
neer assemblyi held Tuesday morning
in the Engineering building. A report
by . M. Dillon, '21E, chairman of the
J-hop committee, and an explanation
of the further improvements, in the
honor systei completed the speeches,r
after which the election of athletic:
managers was' held. Results placed
A. J. Karpus, '21E, R. C. Losch, '21E,
and. J. R. Reilly, '21E,- ,as managers
of basketball, track, and hockey, re-
spectively.l
e e Students to Visit Ford Plant
Economics 3; the class in labor
problems, will make a trip to 'Detroit
Jan. 19 to visit the Ford automobile
plant. The purpose of the trip is to
give the students a glimpse into pro-
duction carried forward on a large
scale.

Why Smith Left

"'S ALL A DARN LIE!"
It was a confounded shame to treat a man so! Gosh but
was-mad!
What if he had eloped? Didn't he go through a marriege
mony, a wreck, a fire, an -earthquake and a quarrel with the co
pay for it?
Hadn't'he suffered all these troubles without so much as one
kiss from his bride?
And now to be scorned by Friend Wife and Friend Wife's Mn
because another wicked woman forgot that Smith was a model
Gosh, what a mean, suspicious world!
And what a side-splitting picture! You'll laugh till you
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Fiday-. SatudaY Vivian Martin in "THE THIRD Kil

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Every Friday and Saturday Night.
Fisher's VeryBesL. Tickets at Grahai
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