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ERS HOBBS

The Stage
THE WHITNEY

hich to wage The Daily contains the latest Asso-
of the liquor elated Press News.-Adv.

EST IC
MES TODAY
Stewart
in
KENTUCKY"

ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00. 3:30. 7:00, 8:30. 10:00
Sat-6--All star cast in "Oh Boy" (re-
turn date) also a screen magazine and
comedy.
Sun-Mon-(Watch for this picture?).
Tues-Wed-7-8--Frank in "The Brute
Breaker" also showing Craig Kennedy
stories.
COMING
Nazimova in "Eye for e."
Olive Thomas in "Footlights and
Shadows."
Eugene O'Brien in "The Broken Melody."
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with
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IE AMERICAN CIGAR STORE'
Billiards and Pocket Billiards
, Cigarettes, Tobaccos, Candies, Soft Drinks, Magazines
Daily and Sunday Papers.
514 E. WILLIAM STREET
(One block from Campus)
)IAL CUT PRICES ON CIGARS, CIGARETTES, TOBACCOS

SECRETARY OF CAMPUS REPUB-
LICAN CLUB STATES PURPOSES
OF ORGANIZATION
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Just criticism based upon facts is
salutary in its results, but where un-
founded suspicion is the basis for
complaint it amounts to nothing.
Professor Hobbs learned from me that
I had been in correspondence with
Will Hays,. chairman of the Re-
publicasn national committee, with
Senator Penrose, a member of the ex-
ecutive committee, and with other Re'
publican leaders. He knegy that Sen-
ator Penrose was working for Hard-
ing, and one of his hasty suspicions
led him to believe that Chairman Hays
was likewise pro-Harding. Then when
he learned that I had been requested
to form a Republican. club by Chair-
man 'Hayes, and had been in corres-
pondence' with Penrose, Stanley,
Heintz and others, in forwarding my
plans, he jumped at the ' conclusion
that I was a Harding supporter and
was. forming an All-campus Repub-
lican club for the purpose of oppos-
ing General Wod.
His statement that 4'Senator Pen-
rose is urging upon students the form-
ation of .collegiate Republican clubs,"
is a mistake, because only a few .days
ago I received a letLer from Senator
Penrose-in which he advised me that
the field of Republican clubs was be-
Iond his sphere, but that he would
write the Hon. Fred Stanley and ask
him to assist me. This shows that
Senatbr Penrose has nothing whatever
to. do with the formation of collegiate
Republican clubs.
Again, when Professor Hobbs ac-
cuses the national committee of luring
our organization on by holding out
funds,.he utters a statement for which
there is no foundation in fact. At no
time have I received funds from any
of the leaders.
Furthermore, I can answer his
charge that our ardor is being damp-
ened by great assistance from others,
by saying that our enthusiasm and ar-
dor for the Republican party is not
even equalled by his, and that our
activities will result in as much good
for the party as his.
To illustrate the type of logic that
Professor Hobbs uses, I need only
point to his concluding sentence: "A
general collegiate Republican club
formed ir[ the University at this time
would in effect be a Harding club,
since Harding is Senator Penrose's
candidate." Such a statement, as I
pointed out above, is misleading.
In behalf of the organizers of the
Republican club, I will say, that it is
our purpose in the pre-nomination
days to procure the most prominent
candidates and leaders to speak be-
fore the student body, not that individ-
ual booms may be benefited, but that
such speakers will serve to arouse in
us that healthy Republican attitude
which spells success for us in Novem-
ber. If Professor Hobbs can work for
the good of the Republican party, we
will welcome him into our fold. But
if he still persists in opposing our
legitimate designs, we will thrive on
his opposition.
JAMES K. POLLOCK, JR., '22L.
NORTHWESTERN PLANS MOCK"
NA'L G. 0. P. CONVENTION

THE MAJESTIC
One of Anita Stewart's, athletic ac-
complishments in "In Old Kentucky,"
to be presented for the last times to-
day at the Majestic, is urging the win-
ning steed on to vietory in 'a; horse
race upon the outcome of which the
fortunes of her sweetheart depended.
Other horsemanship introduced dur-
ing theadevelopment of the picture in-
cludes a spectacular leap over a deep
chasm.
Perhaps the most striking thing
about "In Old Kentucky," is the rapid
development of the plot which
abounds in excitement and furnishes
no dull moments. In this, however,
"In Old Kentucky" is no exception to
Anita Stewerat's other recent releases
which have been characterized by
nerve and animation.
THE ARCADE
"The Clodhopper," a story of the
farm woven in homespun, written by
Monte /Katterjohn, the author of "The
Flame of the Yukon," will be present-
ed with Charles Ray again today at
the Arcade.
The problem of the farm boy has
been taken as the subject of this film
drama and he is shown rebelling
against home conditions, battling his
way in the city, and' conquering .in an
unexpected, manner.
"The Clodhopper," is another of
those plays that offer excellent oppor-
tunities to make the most of his un-
assiming and highly appealing style
of entertaining.
THE WUERTHI
Crawford Kent plays a dual role
in "Other Men's Shoes," Edgar Lewis'
newest production coming Sunday an'd
Monday to the Whitney. "Other Men's
Shoes" was written by Andrew Sout-
ar who was a prominent war corres-
pondent, and succeeds Edgar Lewis'
other big productions, "The Light at
Dusk," "The Great Divide," "The Bar-
rier," and "The Sign Invisible."
t
~~VENGLISH W(OMENVAU
USTY .DEGREES,
OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE FLOOD-
.ED WITH APPLICATIONS FOR
AbMISSION .

Until recently there were three
companies presenting "Civilian, Cloth-
es," which is coming next Thursday
evening to. the Whitney under the di-
rection of Oliver Morosco. Mr. Mor-
osco has combined two of these com-
panies into one and secured a cast
headed by William Courtney, assisted
by a cast of talent such as Dorothy
Dickinson, Frances Underwood and
Isabel Irving.

One Night - Thurs. M
The big New York and Chicago success c
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LAST TIMES TODAY
Charles Ray
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"The Clodhopper
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WHY DOES!
LEAVE T
N .:FA RMr
IS it lack of opportu
IS it adventure?
IS it a woman?
IS it . ?
See Charles Ra
CMARLES RAY"LCD
'T1MCLO D11HOPPER R "THE CLODHO
TJJANGA= PLAY
Also ' Smiling Bill" Parsons
"A MUCH NEEDED RES'
4 DAYS GOMMENGINO TOMORROW
MA R-Y P ICKFORD
"iPOLLYANNA"

Not Just a Picture But a Great Show
FULL OF THRILLS
Every scene will grip you-hundreds of night riders chasing an.
assasJn, a thrilling horse race, feudist battles, moonshiners fighting,
men hurdled over cliffs, a fox liunt, a girl on horseback leaping over a
chasm, braving death by dynamite and risking her life in a burning
barn.
A picture of the daring deeds in Old Kentucky,
the land of beautiful women and fearless men.
DIRECTED BY MARSHALL NEILAN
Written by Charles P. Dazey

Enthusiasm is running high at
Northwestern university over the pros-,
pects of the coming mock national
= Republican convention held every four
years by the student body. As the
event is a four year affair there ares
few on the Northwestern campus who
( have seen it and a member of the fac-
ulty has been called upon to outline
the procedure at previous conventions.
C Delegates. are appointed as repre-
sentatives of every state and posses-
sion and meet in the, convention,
= where they carry on their nomina-
tions and balloting as nearly as pos-
sible in the manner that is used in
the national convention.
In the past much interest has been
manifested during the proceedings,
{ many of the delegates coming to the
I convention dressed in costumes em-
blematic of the activities of their re-
spective states. The meetings have
created so much feeling that large
audiences of town's epople usually at-
tend.
PROFESSOR'S WIFE DECORATED
BY FRENCH GOVERNMENT
Because of her work in France dur-
ing the war, partieularly for father-
less French children, Mrs. L. P.
Hall, wife of Professor Hall of the
dentistry department, has been dec-
orated by the Fren h government with
the medal of " econnaisance Na-
tionale." Richard Hall, '15, sonof
Mrs. Hall, was killed in 1915 while
in the French ambulance service.
-A.
'Patronize our Advertisers .-Adv.

London, March 5.-The young wom-
en of this country who desire to en-
ter the well-paid professions have
suddenly come to\ the decision that
there is cash value in a university
degree. As a result the women's
colleges at Oxford and Cambridge are
being bombarded with applications for
admission. Sommerville and Lady
Margaret's at Oxford, and Newnham
and Girton at Cambridge, cannot be-
gin to accommodate all those who wish
admission, it is stated.
This growing popularity of the
woman's college is said to be due
largely to the number ,of excellent
positions which have ,recently been
secured by university women. Despite
previous prejudices employers have
discovered that a modern. university
education is a business asset. One
commercial man recently stated pub-
licly:
"The Oxford woman writes a good
clear letter and has more common
sense than a score of ordinary clerks,
And what is more, in these days she
is not afraid of work."
The university women are also find-
ing employment in all sorts of wel-
fare work, and as inspectors in es-,
tablisliments where women are em-
ployed. Offers of work- as inspectors
are being received from America, it
is stated, and good salaries are of-
fered. ,
Public Debt Cut $264,000,000
Washington, March 5.-A decrease
of $264,057, 387 in the public debt was
effected in February, the treasury
announced today, leaving the total
debt $25,404,331,717.
The Michigan Daily, the only .m..rr-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contans aH
the latest campus, c ty, and world
news.-Adv.

This picture will
make you Glad
that you came to,

IJ

see it.

You will

learn the secret of
happiness if you
See Mary Pick-
ford in
"POLLYANNA"

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