Notes I .FAYORlSCONVENTIONS
-3- Buck Jones in "The
with Craig Kennedy stories
&c Jeff cartoon.
-Montagu Love in "The
with a news and comedy.
ar cast in "Oh Boy" (re-
lso a screen magazine and
atch for this picture?).
8-Frank in "The Brute
o showing Craig Kennedy
Eye for Eye."
s in "Footlights and
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Advanced students of the piano,
voice, and violin departments of the
University School of Music will appear
in public recital at 4:15 o'clock, Wed-
The following program has been
prepared: "Sposalizio" and "Japanese
Etude," by Gertrude Flowerday; "A
la bien Aimee," by Ruth 'Stiller; "Un-
der the Rose" and "Until" by Harry
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UBER "BETTY BE GOOD"
ETROI wa Miohl
"Souvenir de Wieniawski"
by Doris Miller, '22; "Two Bagatelles,"
by Margaret Strauss; "Romance," by
Dorothy Jones; '20; "Cradle Song" and
"Moment Musical," by Lora Corson;
"Ma Curly Headed Baby" and "What's
in the Air Today," by Edith Love;
Nocturne, Op. 15, No. 1, by Gladys
Campus news, student doings, news
of the outside world, are all to be
found in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.
D ) U CT-1t'
WRITER SAYS -CAMPUS CONEN-
TION WOULD PROMOTE INTER-
EST IN POLITICS
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Great interest is being aroused on
the campus by the fact that in a few
months we will be in the midst of two
presidential political conventions. For
this .reason there are a great many
students taking the courses in politic-
This interest needs to be maintain-
ed and furthered more than ever, for
without a keen interest in the polit-
ical situation .of this country, one is
not a true citizen.
Therefore, it is my purpose to bring
to the attention of all the desirability
of having political conventions in the
University. This would serve as a
means to enlighten public opinion and
student interest on the great political
issues of the coming campaign.
It is the custom of the eastern col-
leges to have such conventions; and
they meet with great success. It
would be to the advantage of 'those
taking the courses. in political science
to see how a. real convention does be-
have. It would be to the advantage
of those interested in public speaking
to take part in the discussions of
such a gathering. .Professor True-
blood has suggested conventions of
this kind and I am sure would do all
within his power to make it a suc-
It does not need me to observe that
nature, create an immense enthusi-
nature, cheate an immense enthusi-
asm and plenty of amusement. To
have a political convention carried
out on the lines of the actual plan
maintained by the great national pol-
itical parties would make for Michi-
gan spirit and democracy.
I, therefore, make the suggestion
that all those in favor of working for
a political convention get busy and
suggest the best means and methods
of carrying out such a program.
WOOD PUTS IN BIG
DAY IN ANN ARBOR
Nearly 5,000 Ann Arbor men and
women saw and heard Gen. Leonard A.
Wood: speak Monday, during his vis-
it here. Approximately 3,000 students
and members of the faculty attended
the receptions accorded' him at the
Michigan Union and Martha Cook
dormitory. At both of these meetings
he preceded a series of hand-shakings
with a short address.
At the Michigan Union, the Repub-
lican presidential candidate dealt par-
ticularly with the subject of military
training. "It should not be called
compulsory military training but mil-
itary training for national service,"
he said. "Military training does not
increase your liability for service, it
increases your chance of coming home
alive and the chance of your country
being ready. It is not preparation for
war but insurance against it." De-
claring that we shouid establish the
principle of "equality of opportunity
and equality of obligation," he called'
upon Americans to furnish "service
in peace as well as in war.".
At Martha Cook dormitory, after
paying a tribute to the work done
by women during the war, General
Wood said: "If you put in half -the
service that you put in during 'the
war, our social problems will be erad-
icated in a year." He predicted that
the entrance of women in the political
arena would "raise the level of pol-
At the meeting of the Wood-for-
President league held Monday after-
noon, the following officers were
elected: President, H. A. Furlong,
'21; vice-presidents, Dean Victor C.
Vaughan and Prof. Hugh Cabot of
the Medical'school, G. W. Millen,
Chesser Campbell, '21, William Leit-
zinger, '20, Carl Johnson, '20;/ sec-
retary and treasurer, D. D. Duncan-
son, '21L; - executive committee, Prof.
E. C. Goddard of the Law school, Prof.
R. C. Hussey ofr the, .astronomy de-
partmeigt, Bruce I. MilIar '20, H. R.
Slusser, '20, Denman Cruttenden, '20,
Carlos A. Speiss, '22, and Miss Grace
Greenwood, social director of Martha
The executive committee will meet
at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening in
room 304 of the Michigan Union.
Unique and powerfully developed,
Gborge Loan Tucker's famous photo-
play, "The Miracle Man," will be
shown today for a return engagement
at the Majestic. Both realistic and
spiritual interests have been combin-
ed in this picture with results of un-
Thomas Meighan and his assistants.l
interpret their parts with a finish and
perfection that is the main cause of
the tremendous appeal of the story.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
will lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
Hoy-Boy! Have You Tasted The Good
Food At The ARCADE?
Pure foods at low prices, prepared by experts.
Everything displayed on our forty-foot steam and
Select just what appeals to your own individual
Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey cream.
Kindness, courtesy, and good service prevail here.
Those seriously or frivolou
ested in the problem of "how
a husband," should study No
madge's technique in "She L
Lies," to be repeated today
morrow at the Arcade.
In the course of the picti
Talmadge uses various -kind
to suit different circumstan
favorable results in each c
one instance, although posi
woman of 52, she easily capt
elusive prey by a casual refE
a fortune. Again, she dem
the deadly effectiveness of
beauty when tantalizing the
and finally she shows the
combination of the aforen
added to personality.
Miss Maude Kleyn, Director
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUS
GIRLS GLEE CLUB
Fom Me pla J
GEO. M .CH
Based on the stoy &4
Concert at the High Schoo
THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920 8 P.
2:00 - 3:30
iiented Orchestra III
Tickets 50c, at Wahr's and School of Music
Announcement of Prize Winners of the
First Prize................Edw. Pill
Second Prize..... .............J. K. Angle
Third Prize..................................William Guthrie
Fourth Prize......Tie between Chas. A. Hummer and R. V. McNellis
Following is a correct list of the names appearing on the
Dare and Women Love-
Mary Pickford ,
Mrs. Carter DeHaven
Those winning the fir
[C for THREE DAYS ONLY starting TOMORROW
L 35c, BALCONY 25c, KIDDIES 10c. Shows DallyAt 2:00-3:30-7:00-8:30
William Courtney will be presented
by Oliver Morosco in "Civilian Cloth-
es," next Thursday evening at the
Michigan Daily, the only
per in Ann Arbor, contal