Heart o juanita" with a screen maga-
zine and comedy, "Home Brew."
n-Mon-Tues--18- 19-20-Zane Grey in
his own production "Desert Gold." with
a "Snub" Pollard comedy and colored
'ed-Thu rs-2 1-22-All star cast in
"Some One Must Pay" with a two-reel
i-Sat-23-24-Mae Murray in "Hearts in
arothy Phillips in "The Right to Hap
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
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-20-2 -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
Alice 'Joyce in "The Vengeance of Dii-
uwuuv niu-.rni m~
IN COLOR EXHIBITED
WORK. OF NOTED AMERICAX.ART-1
ISTS SHQWN; METHODS.AMRI
Near1y 200 ,wood black prints in
color pare now being exhibited in Al-
umni Memorial hall, all of them by
well known American artists.
Prof. Emil Lorch of the college of
architecture, has described them as'
being rich in color, many of them
splendid in design and all of them
decorative in character. Landscape
subJe'ets predominate although there
are some figure pieces. Some of the
pictures are quite conservative in
treatment, most of them show orig-
inality, while a few are , intensely
modern, evidently inspired by "Cubist"
art. These, serve to arouse discussion.
and show that art cannot be standard-
The method of making colored
prints is illustrated by four cases of
material bearing on Japanese color
printing, while the .carved wood blocks
from which the printing is done are
also shown. The effect of each suc-
cessive printing is clearly dednonstra-
ted from the first impression to.the
last, which is hung next to the orig-
inal sketch, the artist sought to re-
The entire se9 of prints comes to
4nn Arbor from the Detroit Museum
of Art and goes from here to other
art institutions over the country., It
is being shown under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor association. It is open
daily from 2 to 5 o'clock including
Sunday. The exhibit will probably
remain in Ann Arbor until the last
of next week.
"Th e B mgrang' wbiph will be
presented by the New York east Un-
der the-direction of David felasco to-
night at the Whitiy, deals with the
fool-sh Jealousy of- a lave-sick youth
in a manner that is said to be irre-
sistable, A physician is called for the
first time, on the stage at least, to cure
love sickness. The patient is the vic-
tim of a heartless coquette named
Grace Tyler whom he has been woo-
ing in the old eloquent self-sacrific-
ing manner. He is on the verge of a
nervous breakdown when the physic-
ian, who is an amateur practitioner
but very efficient, turns his attention
away from his adored by tellinghim
that he is the victim of germs.
The doctor's real plan for a cure,
which consists of placing the patient
in charge of a very attractive nurse,
progresses very satisfactorily.until the
physician discovers that he himself is
in love with the nurse, and the ams-
ing incidents which follow give the
comedy its title.
LESLIE WILL HEAD
FUEL GAS COURSES
Prdf. E, H, Leslie, formerly of the
U. S. Industrial Alcohol Corporation,
will take charge of the courses in il-
luminating and fuel gas manufacture
in the department of chemical engi-
neering, beginning the next semester.
Prior to his work with the U. S.
Industrial Alcohol company, Profes-
sor Leslie was connected with the
General Petroleum Corporation of
Los Angeles. While in charge of the
refinery development work with this
company, Professor Leslie " designed
and supervised the installation of
plants to produce toluol for T. N. T.I
for the United States Army.
Dr. Leslie obtained his under grad-
uate training at the University of Il-
litiois, and during his senior year
there was colonel of the Cadet Regi-
He received his Ph.D. at Columbial
As the principal speaker of the
ning; and the guest of Henry F
Prof. David Friday of the ecpogo
department, attended the annual
fit-sharing dinner of the Ford M
company held, Jan. 12, at the H
Statler in Detroit. Professor P'r
-spoke on "Profits and Wages."
'ase Gets Palmntologil ThROA
Prof. E. C, Case of the geology
partment, was elected vice-pras,
of the Paleontological Society of
erica at its winter meeting at ;
' Join Laschen's Dancing school'
at Packard. Beginners, 7-9.
dance,.9-12. Big prize waltz this v
at 10:30; everyone eligible. C
and learn to dance correctly; (
single if you like. O. D. Lash
The Daily contains the latest A
ciated Press News.-Adv.
ei a Repertoire of
New and old Songs,
M Books, Albums
Eastman Kodaks and Suppli
Finishing and Enlarging
Youth'§ fond first kiss gives place in
"The Third Kiss," Vivian Martin's
recent Paramount-Artcraft release,
which will be shown today and to-
morrow at the Majestic. Miss Mar-
tin has the role of a wealthy girl who
does social settlement work incognito,
after her uncle has caused the deaths
of several of his factory workers by
A proposal to elope made to her by
the married settlement worker who
co-operates with her in aiding the
poor, offers new problems to which
a happy solution is finally found.
LYNDON & COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
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Van Tyne to Illustrate Lectures
Prof. Claude H. Van Tyne will 11
lustrate his lecture in Americtn his-
tory at 10 o'clock Thursday morning,
Jan. 22; with lantern slides depicting
the western movement in American
history. Thig particular lecture will be
held in the Natural Science auditorium
instead of in Tappan hall.
The Michigan Daily is an all-Cam-
Viola Dana is the Screen Classics
star who will appear today and to-
morrow at the Arcade in "The Willow
Tree." It is an adaptation of the Coh-
an and Harris stage successwritten
by J. H. Benrimo ''and Harrison
The scene, of the, story is laid in
Japan and appearing as a little Jap-
anese maiden, Miss Dana is said to
inject comedy and pathos Into her
part in an entertaining manner. Lav-
ish settings form a background for
the action, the most gorgeous of
,which are the Japanese scenes.
STRACCIARI INSPECTS NEW
LIBRARY;. LIKES PAINTINGS
Today and Tomorrow
Cyr e s en.:
Mr. Riccardo Stracciari, before nis
concert in 41111 auditorium last night,
made a complete inspection of the
new Library under the guidaned of
Librarian W. W. Bishop. The Italian
baritone seemed favorably impressed
with the size and construction of the
building and expressed his admira-
tion of the spacious reading rooms.
The mural decorations also pleased
the artist, who is an experienced
critic of Italian art, having gradu-
ated from the academy of arts in Mil-
an. Mr. Stracciari's, father was a
sculptor of note in Italy.
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Call 1809 for good dance orchestra.
Date open for Feb. 14.-Adv.
MULLANES TAFFIES at Tices'
Drug Store, 117 So. Main St, Re-
veived every week.-Adv.
' ,t 7,41
. Wings 4
One, two, three, and out goes she! There was no other
way. She simply had to admit defeat when that third kiss was
stamped where the gods intended it should be.
Don't dare to miss this queerest, funniest, most exciting
tangle you ever saw.
And That Third' Kiss!!!-??-!!!.
PATHE NEWS MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA BRIGGS COMEDY
3 Days Starting Sunday
KATHERINE McDONALD in
"THE AMERICAN BEAUTY"
"THE BEAUTY MARKET"
"Male and Female" Starts January 25
His First Two Reel Comedy jj