,,goal, ' .
Wed-Thurs-21-22-All star cast -in"Some
One Must Pay" with a kinogram weekly
and comedy, "Weak Hearts and Wild
Fri-Sat-23-24--Mae Murray in "The A
B C of Love" with a screen magazine
lips in "The Right to Happiness," also
a "Snub" Pollard comedy and colored
Wed-Thurs-28-29-William Russell In
"The Lincoln Highwayman" with a'com-
edv and kinograin weekly.
Fri-Sat-30-31-Mitchell Lewis in "Fool's
2:00, 3:30. 7:00, 8:30. 10:00
Thurs-Fri-22-23-Dixie Lee in "Where
Bonds Are Loose" with a news and
comedy, "As You Were."
Sun-Mon-25-26--Alice Joyce in "The
Vengeance of Durand" with a Ford
weekly and comedy, "Footlights and
Tues-Wed-27-28-Harry Moreyt i: The
Birth of a Soul" and Craig Kennedy
"Bonnie, Bonnie Lassie."
THE BEAUTY CHORUS WITH ARTHUR HAMERSTEIN'S BIG MUSICAL SUCCESS, "SOME TIME," AT THE WIITNEY THEATER
URDAY, JANUARY TWENTY-FOURTH.
But look the other way
when her best young
man tells her exactly
the same things See
why one giri does this.
'HE FEAR MARKET"
LAST TIMES TODAY
"IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS" &Weekly
7:00 and 8:30
y of Stormy Coasts and Sunny Hearts.
NDAY and MONDAY
-- a nCw' star, but one you
nsely. She played the part of
in "Lombardi, Ltd"
;mber her don't you?
White Or Blue?
Sky Trys Tricks
Walking down State street yesterday
we noticed what we thought was an
unusual number of Jay-walkers. But
why should those tired of solitude.
seek reliefin Ann Arbor? Perhaps a
sky-scraper had sprung up over night
like unto our friend the mushroom.
Thrilled at the thought we made use
of all the rubber nature gave us. But
the same old sky-line met our eyes.
Then we discovered that our chin was
not elevated as our fellow spectators.
We raised it-the chin, not the angle,
and the wonder met our eye.
Detroit was white-funny, isn't it-
Nature was making use of the two-
color scheme set by Dame Fashion
and had divided the sky between white
and blue. The half of ,the sky towards
Detroit was white-funnw, isn't it-
and the other half was blue. A cloud
of smooth white cut the sky in twq.
As we watched, it approached our
zenith. Strange how one doesn't like
to have anything bigger than one's
self sneak up on one without doing
anything about it. Of course it would-
n't fall. Only stars do that. But it
didn't look good to us.
F So we thought of aid. The diction-
ary, the First Aid Manual, a time ta-
ble we had in our pocket all failed
us win our hour of need. We fled to
a phone and there got the Observa-
tory on the line. Thrilled to think
that we had discovered something and
could tell the Faculty about it we
chirped the news of the cloud over the
wire. And this was our answer:
"Oh it's nothing unusual. No
name=can happen any time. Just a
stratum of air caused it." Dashed we
went to our next class.
OPEN TO STUDENTS
Night employment for students who
wish to work from 6 to 11 o'clock in
the evening may be obtained by ap-
plication between 3 and 5:30 o'clock
this afternoon at the desk in Lane
The work is to be only on five nights
of the week, not including Saturday
and Sunday. It is in one of the loca
factories and is not of a difficult or
dirty nature but none but men who
will continue the work and who can
be depended upon should apply, ac-
cording to the secretary. In order
that the plan may be arranged at
once it is necessary for the applicants
to appear today.
Temporary waiters will be needed
for the week end of the J-Hop for
probably about three days. The work
will ,pay extra cash as well as the
board. Men who wish this work should
,leave their names at the "Y" as soon
Buffalo Meat "High Tones" Byes
Dickinson, N. D., Jan. 21.-Buffalo
meat has been placed on sale here at
$1 a pound. The meat market where
it was offered is on the exact site
where 25 years ago the meat sold for
three and four centsa pound.
Death Dealing Olive Bacillus Isolated
Champaign, Ii~., Jan. 21.-The bacil-
lus botulinus in tle olives which caus-
ed the death of five persons in De-
troit several months ago has been iso-
lated by Dr. Robert Graham of the de-
partment of .animal pathology at the
University 6f Illinois.
Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv.
COONT$Y IN NEED Of
SUMMER SESSION OFFES OPPOR-
TUNITIES FOR PREPAR.-
Urgent need for teachers of all for-
eign languages is being keenly felt
in schools and universities through-7
put the country, and the increasedt
salaries now being paid are responsi-
ble for an insistance upon better pre-
pared teachers, according to Dean .
. Kraus of the Summen session. A
dumber of instructors who were al-
4owed by special permission to teach
fast year on account of the shortage'
will be obliged to attend the summer
school in order to secure their certi-
cates for next fall.
Many Fields Open
The decrease in the study of the
German languagehas been in part.
responsible for a great increase in the
study of other tongues, especially
cFrench, Spanish and Latin. In speak-
ing.of the former two, Prof. C. 0. Dav-.'
Is of the education department, ex-
pressed his belief that the present re-
lations with France, Mexico, and the
South American countries demanded
complete courses for extensive study
in those languages.
He also prophesised the need of oth-
er languages upon the resumption of
world trade, stating: "Such world in-
tercourse will demand a corps of young
men and women familiar with the
language and customs of the Russ-
ians, the Japanese. the Chinese, the
Brazilians (Portugese), the Italians,
and, probably also, of many of the
newly constituted nations of the globe.
Those whb.- at that time, shall be fit-
ted .for the responsibilities .of corres-
pondents, consular agents, salesmen,
and interpreters will receive the call
Recent statistics 'show that the study
of Latin is steadily growing and that
there is a general sortage of compet-
ent teachers. Prof. H. A. Sanders,
head of the Latin department, and
.Professor Davis both recommenled the
attendance at Summer school for stu-
dents who wish to take up teaching
"The Sum'mer session offers an ex-
ceptional opportunity for irtensive
study of Latin, and for the prospective
teachers who are no longer in the Un-
iversity, it is the only opportunity."
said Professor Sanders, "and for this
reason special attention has been giv-
en to the courses offered this year
and the prospective teachers will find
the Latin .work given which is es-
sential to complete their training."
COLLECTION OF SENIOR
DUES TO START TODAY
Dues from all members of the
senior literary class will be col-
lected between the hours of 10
and 12, and 1 and' 4 o'clock
Thursday, and Friday in the
main corridor of University hall.,
The dues amount to $5.
Attention of the class is called
to the University ruling that
such dues must be collected be-
fore a man can receive his grad-
. This announcement applies to
everyone who graduates from
the literary college in either
Feburuary, June, or August.
Marguerite Clark introduces a nov-
el addition to her long list of screen
heroines in "Widow by Proxy," her
latest Paramount - Artcraft picture,
to be repeated today at the Majeftic.
Among the many unanticipated results
of her assumption of the guise of the
wife of a soldier supposed to be dead,
are -the humorous incidents that at-
tend the appearance of the "late " hus-
Greater flexibility of grace, an even
more effervescent score, and brighter
instrument' interpretation than ap-
peared in the music of "High Jinks,"
and "Katinka,"are present in the mel-
odies of Rudolph Friml's latest anus-
ical creation, "Some Time," to be pre-
sented with Frank Tinney by Arthur
Hammerstein, Saturday evening, at
the Whitney. An augmented orches-
tra, under the direction of Herbert
Strothart, will assist the stage art-
"The Fear Market," which a
repeated for the last times tod
the Arcade, is the most'elaborai
duction in which Alice Brady ha
'shown to date. The first half
picture takes place in Italy an
scriptecall for elaborate sets
ian gardens, villas, and hotels
duplicate of one of New York's
hotels and a mask ball are other
DR. COWELL5 '71M, DIES AT
HIS HOME IN SAG
. Dr. Joseph H. Cowell, '71M
years one of the leading figu
the medical professioni:. Mic
died Monday at his home.in' Sa
He was a graduate from the Hi
athic department in the Univel
Before entering Michigan,
Cowell attended Brown univ
from which 'he graduated in
While in the eastern univers
was one of the organizers of H
and Tongs, an honorary society
and was also a patriarch in Ze
Upon his graduation from:Mi
Doctor Cowell assumed the c
pathology and practice at th
sing Homoeopathic Medical co
Lull, RAMMEt 5TEIN
"Widow by Pr
Nln.[icu IUTE C4.af2S
Suppose a girl had reasons to p
she was a widow of a dear ffi
Suppose Elhe fell heels-over-h
Suppose again that, althoug
was dying " for the man o
'ooh9 and £Cipids by .o' l~ih t j
a 100% Caset aln ~chorus
,A w~hirli.'ndof 'loughs, . melodt, romaonce
heart to propose, every mention of her "widowhood" comi
ed her to weep for the "late departed.'
Suppose a dozen other terrible tangles, and then suppi
you could see dainty Marguerite Clark in a corking come
drama, as is this. widow who wasn't.
You'd come, wouldn't you?
TOMORROW - SATURDAY
LILA LEE -"RUSTLING A BRID]
Charles Chaplin -- "A Day's Pleasur
"Male and Female" Next'Sunda
-. A - , S
mre DETROIT. where it opens Sunday
y 75 Seat Sale
1.50 - 2.G Now