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teoln Highwayman," with a
weekly and comedy, "N'oth-
erve."
31-Mitcheil Lewis in "Foal's
ith ai'corredy,, "Charlie' Gets
ies--Feb. 1-2-3-All star east
:reen in the, Night," with a
eview and "Snub" Pollard
-4-5-All -tar cast in "P'oor,
1a ligh~t comnely d:'a. Also
1comedy and weekly,

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Douglas MacLeen and Doris
May in 23 and one half hours
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DeriThe Wonderful Thing"~
By Mrs. Lillian Trimble Bradley

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We h~ave just the PIPE you're
looking for
CITY CIGAR STOREy
110 E. Huron treet

Arcing as an aviation authority is
fruitful and pleasant to the young
hero in "Going Up," to be produced
by Cohan and Harris tonight at the
Whitney, until his friends begin to
get skeptical about his'flying ability.
The worst happens when a reallavia-
tor appears and the "authority" is
forced to arrange a flying contest With
him. His attempts to. excuse himnself'
~fromi the flight gracefully and the fin-
al outcome of~ his efforts give riser to
the niumerous entertaining situations
in this well-planned musical comedy.
"Tickle Toe," " If You Look in Her,
Eyes," "Thie Toucht of. a Woman'
Hand," "Do It For Me," and "When
the Curtain Falls," are a feW of the
soing hits written by Otto Harbach,
James Montgomery, and Louis A.
Hirsch.
"Tiger Rose," a picturesque drama
of 'the Canadian' wilds, is coming
Saturday evening to thle-Whitney.

(Continued from Page One)
in order to comprehend the lectures
given and to intelligently read med-
ical ?hooks a kncowledge of language
is required. Since science is confined
to no one country, and since the pro-
gressive medical man should not be
compelled to await translation, not
only is a knowledge of the English
language required, but also a read-
ing knowledge of one or nore of! the,
great languages of~ the world demand-
ed.

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aching the apl
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at maniy of the
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Recommnends History Ithis
ical
In order to be a successful medical Ifu
man, the student must be familiar Im
with the past experiences of man-
kind. Therefore a know~Qledge of his-
tory is recommended for admissio~n to I3
medical schools. be
Only students who have been train-~ sipz
ed in the methods of acquiring knowl- ! con
edge and in the processes of reach:- lcip
ing logical conclusions are fitted to' e
study medicine. Education. is best de- EvF
fined as "the development and im- goi:
provement of behavior undler the in- oug
fluence of environment." The student hav
before he begins the~ study of med- on
icine must be well grounded and wellme
trained in- methods of acquiring in- and
formation. mal
Seeks to Widen Fildl trig
Finally, we miay say that th~e college wit
should be the training school, the pre- hill
paratory school, for fitting m~ten and upc
w~~omen to study medicine. The col- E pro

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rnce -Pod uct o n .

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THE M~AJESTIC
Doris M'ay and Douglas McLean
stars in "23/- Hours Leave," the last
three days of the week beginning to-
i day at the 'Majestic~. It is a light comn-
- edy centering around a training camp.
However the play is~ not at all con-
cerned with the recent war but with
comedy. and romance.
The stars appear as Gray, a serge-
ant, and Peggy Dodge, a general's
daughiter. "Their first m~eeting comes
after 'Gray has been reprimanded by
the 'general. But B13111Gray falls in
love with Peggy anld into a lot of
complications whe'h he trys to ma'ke
* to ma~ke a hit with 'a tailor-made uni-
form. ~During the rest of the unusua~l
d evelopments there is nlo reference~ to
te gruesom'eness of the recent war.
{ THElARCADE

WHITNE
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Bill's mongrel pup had bit the-
General in the leg, andl Bill was
known as the' worst soldier in
'Y'et he'd bet 'with' his buddies
he would dine with his comn-
mnander, and he'd sworn to him-
self he would capture the girl.-
,Twelve-18-20-23 - the hours
flew past and' grinning Falure~
was just reachinrg out a bonly
hand for Bill 'when-that last
half hour-Oh! Boy! What a
fni'sh!!

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After 'being on perpetual parade be-
fore bachelors who are financially de-
sirable husbands, Alice Joyce as Pat-
ricia Leeds 'in "Slaves of Pride," to
be repeated today for the last tithes
at the Arcade, finds herself married
to a man for whom she does not care
and the 'victim of a marriage of con-
venience..
L~uxurious lifts do not fill the emp1-
finess' she sees in life. How she
solveA her problem. is set forth in
"Slaves of Pride."
Charlie Chaplin in "The Fir'eman,"
is the comedy attraction.

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Want Profit-Sharing Plan
Jan. .28.-A movement is in
in Germany to provide for
,ipation of employees in the
the large industrial con-
urchase of 'stock.

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