Thurs-Fri-4-5-Montagu Love in "The
Steel King" with a news and comedy.
Sat-6-AI star cast in "Oh Boy" (re-
turn date) also a screen magazine and
Sun-Mon- (Watch for this picture?).
Tues-Wed-7-8-Frank in "The Brute
Breaker" also showing Craig Kennedy
Nazimova in "Eye for Eye."
Olive Thomas in "Footlights and
Eugene O'Brien in "The Broken Melody.".
"Treat 'em Rough," is the motto of
Captain McGinnis in "Civilian Cloth-
es," coming Thursday to the Whit-
ney, when his wife tries to snub him-
because his civilian clothes don't set
him off as well as his- army uniform.
and his life repeatedly is endangered
by the deeds of unscrupulous enem-
ies. When a happy outcome seems
certain, the question is brought up
of whether the hero is serious ini his
attentions to his atti'active, but un-
tutored sweetheart, and a new set of
complications is introduced.
THE' ARCADE '
The usual story of the 'city dweller,
deceiving the country boy is reversed
in a novel way in "The Clodhopper,"
today and tomorrow at the Arcade.
In this picture Charles Ray has a
characteristic part and leaves the
country, when forced by circumstanc-
es, to go to New York. -
As he continues to hunt for work
in his extreme rural -garb and meets
with repeated rebuffs, his claims to-
ward success become subordinated tio
immediate needs and seeing a sign
FLAYS ACT OF PE
m in "Hea
er the Ocea
I HUBER "BETTYBEGOOD"
il~ilH I I in innni 1 fill iufl,
Louis Mann In "FRIENDLY ENEMIES"
THE MAJESTIC -
That Kentucky mountain romances;
are beset with difficulties is shown
in Anita Stewart's "In Old Kentucky"
today and tomorrow at the Majestic.
Feuds and differences in educatioR (
are added to the usual uncertain ele-
ments in love affairs and the final
PROF. HOOBS WARNS AGAINST
INFLUENCE OF REACTIONARY
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The urge to organize political clubs
with the Universities for advancing
the interests of a political party comes
about naturally after, rather than be-
fore, the party conventions. Just now
the great problem before American
citizens is to select the party stand-
ard bearers, and at no time In our
history has it been so important. that
the right man should he placed in
Our fate is to be decided before
and not after the June convention, for
it is generally conceded that if the
Republicans nominate a strong man
his election is certain. The great
question is, therefore, will it again
be possible for the politicians to de-
termine the result by the methods used
in the Republican conventions of 1912
and 1916, or are the people by ex-
pressing their will now and instruct-
lng their delegates to make this im-
Five hundred members of thl
nior class at Ohio State attend
n'eeting held recently for the pui
of signing a petition to do away
final examinations. The petition
be presented to the faculty cn 1
11. Four objections to the final:
1. The grades for members o:
graduating class must be in the I
of the registrar at least seven
before graduation, which is imi
ble if any senior examinations
in the last days of scheduled-exan
tions. Abolition of finals would
mit professors to get their grades
the registrar's office at an ea
2. In many cases the profe
make out grades for seniors b
finals are taken.
3. The members of the gradu
class are under somewhat of a a
in the last days of their co
Will Present Electric
Striker as Memorial
All star cast in a com-
Gay Old Dog" also a
"Good Little Brownie."
outcome of the fortunes of the char- outside a theater, "Janitor Wanted,"
acters in this story remains uncer- he enters the play house to apply. The
tain till the- last 50 feet of film has .actors rehearsing inside hail him as
been reached. a talented country impersonator be-.
The hero is in a country whose cus-1 cause his makeup is so excellent for
toms and passions are strange to him its exaggerate94 country burlesque.
For Traveling Anywhere Anytime
YOU WILL ENJOY USING THE
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. They
come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.
Amateur Finishing- -
OUR BUSINESS - NOT A
Senator Penrose of the Republican 4. It would be a
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rREET 330 SOUTH STATE STREET
LYNDON & COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
ESTABLISHED 1905 AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK
national committee, the, recognized
leader of the reactionaries, is urging
upon college students the formation
of collegiate Republican clubs,, as op-;
posed to Leonard Wood or other clubs
within the party, and ta* bring this
about the Republican national com-
mittee is %olding out the lure of funds
for each organization and a supply of
speakers, so that the students would
need to make no efforts themselves.
It is the familiar method of tempta-
tion to have our political work done
for us, and it is, apparently the most
effective way of dampening the ardor
of virile young Americans, whose al-
legiance goes out naturally to a great
American with' a unique record for
great national service and upright
character. Let Lowden, Johnson and
Harding clubs by all means be form-
ed-the result would be healthy rival-
ry-but let us not fall into the" trap
so skillfully laid by the master poli-
tical intriguer of lis age. Let us not
sail under false colors. A general
collegiate Republican club formed in
the University at this time would in
effect be a Harding club, since Hard-
ing is Senator Penpose's candidate.
WILLIAM HERBERT HOBS.
ion ior the senior in
forts during the four years at
As a memorial the class. Will
sent a set of electric strikers fo
chimes. Bronze doors for the lib
and gates for the stadium were
sidered by the committee. The sti
attachment will ring out the V
minster Chimes hourly, striking
time after the chimes have been
ed. This memorial will cost bet
$2,350 and $2,500.
Blanchard Speaking in' Brook
Prof. Arthur H, Blanchard of
in New York today speaking b
the Brooklyn Polytechnich Inst
His subject is "Asphalts."
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Gun fights between moonshiners and U. S. reveine officers.
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