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LAST TIMES TODAY
TWO BIG ONKS
Lloyd (Ham) Hamilton in
A TWILIGHT BABY"
PARTY MANAGERS WVANT KORE
EXPRESSION OF SENT.
Detroit, Feb. 23.-How many poten-
tial presidential nominees will seek
the endorsement of Michigan's dele-
gation to the national convention re-
mains a matter of speculation. The
complete list will not be known until
-noon March 1, when the time for fil-
ing nomination petitions expires, al-
thought the preference primary does
not'take place until April 5.
Party managers are making every
effort to get, the greatest number of"
candidates on the primary ballot, hold-
ing that a true expression of. Michi-
gan's sentiment cannot be obtained
,unless a large field is' placed before
the voters for choice.
Johnson in Race
Foremost among the Republicans
who will be on the primary ballot are
Major General Leonard Wood and
Governor Frank 0. Lowden, of Ills-
nois, who already have appeared sever-
al times in the state. Senator Hiram
Johnson of California, also has indt-
'cated his intention of filing nominat-
Although Herbert Hoover has, an-,
nounced he does not seek presidential
honors, incomplete petitions in his,
behalf already have been filed at the
secretary- of state's office.
Expect Late Petitions
As$ only 100 signatures are required
to nominating petitions, to a place on,
the primary ballott, it is expected a
number of petitions will be held u'p
until nearly the last minute.
Announce Cenuas Returns
Washington, Feb. 21.-The first
population announcement for the 1.920
census were issued tonight by the
census bureau and were as follows:
Cincinnati 401,158, an increase of1
27,567 or 10.3 per cent. Washington
437,414, an increase of 106,345 or 32.1
per cent over 1910.
MULLAANES TAFFIES ¢t Tices'
D~rug Store, 117 So. Main St. Re-
veived every week.-Advg.
Patronize otl Advertisers.-Advr.
Editor, The Michigan, Daily;
In justice to the Committee on Elig-
ibility as well as to the management
of the Comedy club, attention should
be called to an error on the program
of "Alice Sit-By-The-Fire," given 'by-
Comedy club, Jan. 29. Albert Jacobs,
Elwyn Davies, and Frank Andrews,
through a printer's mistake appeared
on the program as belonging to the
freshman class. They are all three
junior students. Knowing the care
with which the Comedy club tried to
observe the regulations of the Eligi-
bility Committee, I have taken this
means of correcting the error'.
Signed., 'J. RALEIGH NELSON.
a Comedy of
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SEATS NOW SELLING
Constance Talmadge in
Its appeal to people of all ages and
professions is the singular tiing about
"Ex~perience" the allegorical produ~c-
tion which will be produced this eve-
ning' at the Whitney theater by F.
Ray Comstock and Morris . Gest. The
reason for this is that its theme is
one that instinctively arouses mem-
ories and hopes that are universal.
The 'adventures of Youth on 'the
Primrose Path are both a warning.
and, a' reminiscence. To' some this
scene 'is a vivid reminder of the time
they themselves wasted in the pursuit
of pleasure. In a similar way the oth-
er' scenes in " ftperiectce" portray
graphically other fundamental as-
All the quaintness and charm of the
,Crescent City are revealed in "Mis'
Nelly of'N'Orleans," which will appear&
with Mr~s. F'iske Thursday night at the
BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER
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ORIGINAL NEW YORK GLOBE THEATRE PRO
Two years in N. Y. City
Have You Been Over Yet?
SOME SHOW!!! And TODAY
is the last day of it.
Winning laughs and' captiv~ating an
audience, never has given Constance
Talmadge much trouble anid she does
both in a charming mianner in "Two
Weeks," her latest. comedy success.
Her part, that of an irresistable
young chorus girl who unwittingly
seeks refuge from a "stage Johnny"
in~ the home of three women-haters, is
we1l suited to her vivacious person-
From the time she escapes from a
bill collector to go out for dinner with
a wealthy admirer and on- meeting
him discovers that she ha~ forgotten
to take off her apron, 'nn!l the last
bacheil4or takes the count, one hum-
orous episode follows on the heels of
,another. Movie captions are often nec-
essary evils but some of those In
"Two Weeks" are examples of espec-
ially effective repartee.
"'Music hath charms for the savage
beast," but Nazimnova's dancing prov-
es more effective than music in quiet-
ing mutinous Hindu natives In
"Stronger Than Death," her latest
Screen Classics production. .s Sigirld,
a London music hall dancer who goes
to India for a rest, Nazimova becomes
Interested in preventing a threatened 1
mutiny among the fanatical Indian
To awe them and play on. their sup-
eratition she appears. on the steps of a'
temple In the :moonlight and performs
a weird dance that so terrifies the na-
tives they they delay, their u~prisin~g
until their opportunity has slipped~
away from them.4
Fitzgeraild Speaks on Phrenology
Dr. James M. Fitzgerald, th~e fam-
ous "vocational advisor" of Chicago,
was the speaker at a luncheon given
by Mr. Donald Clark for workers of
the Mutual Benefit Insurance com-
pany and friends, Saturday afternoon
in room 316 of the Union. Dr. Fitz-~
gerald spoke on the subject of "Phren-
ology," and told "of several, cases that
had come under his care in the last
score of years.
"The great fault in many modern
offices," declared the speaker, "is that
there is no effort on the part of the
employer to discover the latent abil-
ity of his office force."
PROFESSOR BRUNK SPEAKS
FOR "FATHER ANDI SOFT" MOTE
Prof. John R. Drumm, of the rhet-.
oric department, is aiding in the "Fa-
ther and. Son" celebration throughout
He spokce Sunday at the First Bar-
tist church, Lansing, on the "Greatest
'Pals." He beaks today in the First
Presbyterian church in Detroit, at the,
wind-up celebration of "Fath~er and
Sons" week, on "The Five Types of
Fathers.." The program will start at
WITH ITS WEALTH OF NOVEL EFFECTS AND W
SCENES, INCLUDING THE FLIGHT OF THE, PA
Caravans of Pretty GIrls-Company of 70-Tingling-Jinj
- And the Famous-
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Lila Lee in "Daughter of The Wolf"
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