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GEN. W9OD SCHEIDULE
Fgo SPEECH HERE SOON

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Thurs-Fri-26-27-Elaine Hammerstein in
"Greater Than Fame" with a news and
TODAY comedy.
Sat-28--Witliam Farnum in "The Last of
the Duanes" (return date) with a
screen magazine and comedy.
e Sun-Mon-29-1--Tom Mix in "The Speed
Maniac"(return date) also a comedy.
Tues-Wed-2-3-Buck Jones in "The Last
I Straw" with a Mutt & Jeff cartoon,
'HE WOLF" "Dead Eye Jeff" and Craig Kennedy
stories.
Ii
'EA TR E
urray in "Twin UB RMONTE
-Peel comedy, f IETnRnh PDISTO!r,~
e in "Luck of ? rL U
a comedy and

THE WHITNEY

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'NIGHTIE NIGHT"
with FrancisByrne

One of the season's motably fine of-
ferings which will appear at Ann Ar-
bor is "Mis' Nelly of N'Orleans," star-
ring Mrs. Fiske this evening at the'
Whitney. Steeped with moonshine,
madness, and make-believe, the play'
is one of the most novel and enchant-
,ing that Mrs. Fiske has ever played in.
The character of "Mis' Nelly" take6
palpable shape and form under hef
irresistable touch, and in brilliancy
and humor holds foremost rank among
her stage creations. The story is wov-
en around the Mardi Gras pranks of
the headstrong Southern belle, Nelly
Daventry, who after precipitating a
series of tantalizing complications,
confusions, and misunderstandings,
steers the love affairs of allconcerned
to a blissful conclusion.
"Good-bye Girls" and "Love 1oon"
are two of the best known songs from
"Chin Chin" coming to the Whitney
Saturday evening.
Fire Department Answers Two Calls
Two roof fires yesterday afternoon
were put out by the fire deparment."
The first call was at the home of Mrs.
Theresa Cady at 524 Packard street.
The fire was extinguished with little
difficulty and the damage done was
povered by insurance.
The second call was at the home of
Mr. Thomas Riley at 609 South Fifth
avenue. The occupants of the house
were not at home and the cause of the
fire was unknown. The furniture was
removed but the house was insured. 1

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WOOD-FOR.PRESIDENT
WILL BE FORMED AT

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ION TONIGHT
Maj.-Gen. Leonard A. Wood, candi-
date for presidential nomination on
the Republican ticket, will address a
local audience some time early in
March, it was announced yesterday.
Plan For Dinner
A University Wood-for-President-
league is to be founded by stu'dents
and members of the faculty at 7:30
o'clock tonight on the secoid floor of
the Union. The purpose in forming
this league will be to co-operate with
the Washtenaw county league in
boosting Wood in the community and
in arranging for a dinner and recep-
tion to preceed his address. Col. A.
C. Pack, chairman of the Washtenaw
,Wood 'league, and Senator Alton T.
Roberts, chairman of- the Leonard
Wood executive committee of Michi-
gan, will be among those who will
speak and assist in effecting an organ-,
ization. Senator Roberts speaks in
place of Col. F. M. Alger, president of
the Michigan Wood league, who was
previously announced as a speaker.
Speakers Picked
Several other men who have come in
contact with Wood will make address-
es. Among these will be Deans Vic-
tor C. Vaughan and Mortimer E. Cool-
ey, who, although previously ardent
Democrats, have become firm support-
ers f 'the general. Speeches will also
be given by Dr. Hugh Cabot who was'
formerly Wood's physician and Prof.
Edwin C. Goddard of the Law school,
who will take as his subject, "Wood
As An Administrator/'
LAZZARI CONCERT
TO BFSATURDAY

- Lila Lee's romance in "A Daughter
of the Wolf," is filled with excitement
as she is a smuggler's daughter and
her lover is suspected of being a rev-
-enue officer. It begins when she goes
with her father to dispose of furs
and meets a young Canadian in the
city.
He is interested in his new ac-
quaintance but alows her to return
to the wilderness without realizing
how much she means to him. After
a few weeks se sets out to find her but
is taken for a revenue officer and the
smugglers threaten to treat him ac-
cordingly. He has numerous narrow
escapes before his quest is rewarded.
THE ARCADE
"The Little Shepherd of Kingdom
Come," Jack Pickford's first stellar
Goldwyn vehicle, will be repeated for
the last times today at the Arcade.
This well-known story by John Fox,
Jr., is a tale of the Cumberland moun-
tains and centers around Chad, a
mountain boy and Melissa the gir
companion of his youth.
Leaving his home Chad arrives at
"The Valley of Kingdom Come," and
becomes a shepherd, but soon becomes
the protege of wealthy Colonel Buford.
When he leaves the valley his girl play
mate is left biehdnd. She later learns
that he has fallen in love with a girl
of high social position and unselfish-
ly working on her suspicions she se-
cures . information about Chad's par-
ents that removes the barrier between
him and the girl he loves.

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, The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann:Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
News.-Adv.
SHOWS AT
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Children 10c
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Carolina Lazzari, an Amercian con-
tralto of Italian and French ancestry,
will be the next artist on the extra
concert series program when she will
sing at 8 o'clock Saturday evening
in Hill auditorium.
It was on Christmas day in 1891 in
a little town in Massachusetts that
she first saw the light of day. Her
parents were cultured muisicians and
in such an atmosphere it was natural
that her earliest thoughts should turn
to music.., After attending the public
schools of her native town and the
Conference seminary, at Buckport,
Me./she went to Italy where she spent
three years. studying at the, College
delle Orsoline, Milan. Here her gifts
,as a vocalist were developed.
At the Conservatory of Verdi she
won a certificate as a pianist. . On re-
turning to the. United States she be-
came a pupil of W. S. Brady, one of
New York's well known vocal teach-
ers.
In 1917 she came under the observa-
tion of the late Cleofonte Campanini,
the general director of the Chicago
Opera association. He recognized her
immediately as a rare contralto and
engaged her to sing leading operatic
roles with his organization.
DAILY FORCED TO
CUT HIGH SCHOOLS

Cooley Club to Try Criminal Case
A criminal law case will be tried
at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the Law
building by the Cooley club. It will
be held in the trial court room on
the second floor.
The case is entitled "State vs. M-."
According to custom, there will be
four attorneys on each side who will
cross-examine the witnesses, present
their cases to the jury, and give their
law arguments orally before the pre--
siding judge. The trial' has already
been staged and all the testimony of
the witnesses will be based on actual
facts as presented in the staging.
The Michigan Daily is an all-Cam-
pus paper.-Adv. :,

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Courteous and
TREATMENT to
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or small.

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A smashing story of the great Northwest-embody-.
ing God's great Out-of-Doors--a story of a fur smug-
gler in the snow bound forests 'of Canada. Like a blast
from the North, it will make your blood tingle.

Boar4 Orders Copies Sent Out Reduc-
ed From 800 to 185
Ans order from the Board in Control
of Student Publication4 to the man-
aging editor and the business man-
ager of The Daily, orders that the num-
ber of free copies of The Daily sent
out each day be cut from 300 to 125.
This number takes care of a,11 the
principal high schools on the publica-
tion's list.
Four of the leading university dail-
ies of the West, those of Minnesota,
Chicago, Purdue, and Illinois,- have
no high schools on their list receiv-
ing free copies. The only reason that.
The Daily)has kept high schools on its
list is that complaints came into the
office regularly from schools that did
not receive their copies.
Registrar Hall at Cleveland Meeting
Registrar Arthur G. Hall is among
the University's faculty representa-
tives;in attendance at the annual con-
vention of the American Educational
association now being 'held in Cleve-
land. He will return Monday.
LAW STUDENTS
The portability, durability and be-
cause of it's interchangeable type fea-
ture, adaptability to your line of work,
makes of the MULTIPLEX HAMMOND
typewriter a companion which you
cannot well aford to be without. Mar-
tin R. Webb, Student Rep., 1214 Wil-
lard. Phone 1595-R.-Adv.

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