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May 12, 1921 - Image 7

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:AN DAILY

ity

Work
Route.

AT THE THE
TODAY

ATERS
Ray in "The
le." Comedy

Chicago, May 11.-Opening of theI
university front door by means of cor-,
respondence courses, so that. vaude-
ville actor, cook, or printer- can' go toI
college by mail if he .chooses, is one '
of the most striking developments of
the college world of today, it is indi-
cated by a partial census of this field
taken by the Associated Press.
In 13 universities more than 40,000
persons-the great majority past col-
lege age and from a great many
walks of life were reported taking
college courses with a two cent stamp.
They come from everywhere, here and
abroad. One member of the Univer-
sity of Chicago's correspondenceI
classes lives above the Arctic circle,
125 miles south of Alaska's farthest
northern point. Another, in China, is
10 days by coolie train beyond the
farthest navigable point on the Yan-
tse Kiang.
More than 300 different occupations
were furnished students for Ohio
State university's agricultural corres-
pondence courses at .the' last listing.
Persons taking college mail courses,
there and elsewhere, run from day
laborers, clergymen, farmers, grocery
clerks, boarding housekeepers, cooks,
bank clerks, geologists and quarrymen
to carpenters, mill workers; vaudeville
actors, artists, waiters, men in pen-
itentiaries, janitors, probation officers,
dressmakers and ball players.
While college correspondence cours-
es are by no means new, they are de-
veloping rapidly in a number of
school's. In still other great institu-
tions nothing is being done in this field
for instance at the universities of
Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Illinois.
LORCH ATTENDS MEETINGS
OF ARCHITECTS THIS WEEKI
Prof. Emil.Lorch, of the architectur-
al college, is in Washington, D. C., this
week attending the conventions of the
National Council of Architectural Reg-
istration boards, the Association of
Collegiate Schools of Architecture, and
the American Institute of Architects.
He will return to Ann Arbor the lat-
ter part of the week.
I I.

Screen
Majestic-Charlie R
Old Swimmin' Ho
and News.

Arcade-Anita Stewart in "Sow-
ing the Wind." Comedy and
Kinograms.
Wuerth - Eugene O'Brien in
"Broadway and Home." News
film and Semior Swing-out.

PROF: THIEME'S TULIP 'GARDEN
l OPEN TO UNIVERSITY PEOPLE
All students of the University and
anyone else interested are invited to
visit Prof. Hugo P. Thieme's tulip gar-
den. The flowers right now and for
the next fiew days are at the height of
their beauty and all desiring to see
them are welcome to walk through the
gardens which are at No. 3 Geddes
Heights, just beyond the cemetery.
More than 75 varieties are represent-
ed and are named so they can be read-
ily distinguished.
This is the second year that the
gardens have been open to the public
and a large number availed themselves
of the opportunity to inspect them last
season. -.Professor Thieme states that
the best time in the day to view them
is early in the morning or- between 6
and 7:30 o'clockin the evening.
MEDICAL FACULTY MEN TRAVEL
TO VARIOUS CONFERENCES
Dr. A. S. Warthin; professor of path-
ology in the Medical school, has just
returned from Springfield, Ill., where
he addressed the Sangamon County
Medical association.
Other members of the medical fac-
ulty who have just returned from trips
include Dr. Cowie, of the University
hospital, who has just returned from

New York City, and from the meeting)
of the experimental clinicians in At-
lantic City, and Dr. L. H. Newburgh,
and Dr. F. N. Wilson, both of the in-
ternal medicine department of the
Medical school, who are at present at-
tending a meeting of the Association
of American Physicians in Atlantic
City.
Did you ever try using The Daily as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv.

Eastman Kodf
Amateur F
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Flashlight
Outside G
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inishing
ments
ts and
froups

Corn Flakes, 15 cent pkg. now 10 Sugar! Sugar
cents, at Schultz Grucery on State The Schultz Gr
St.-Adv. St.-Adv.

Orpheum - "The North
Malice," form the story

Wind's
by Rex

Beach.
film.

Comedy and News

Indispensable for all
Outdoor wear, and
in the best of taste.
always
The Priscilla Dean Tam

2QM
.1901...

THIS WEEK

,e

Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-"Four Horse-
men .of the Apocalypse," from
the famous book by 'Vincent
Blasco Ibhnez. A motion pic-
ture.

I

S H U ERT T
0ET R 0 1 V
WAY DOWN EAST

il

LAST TIME
TODAY

Shubert (Detroit)--D.
fith's latest great
"Way Down East,"
the Griffith stars.
Use Classified advertis
your miscellaneous artic

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production.

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WONDERFUL PATHOS AND HUMOR
Vera Gordon, whose part in "Humoresque"
made her famous, contributes tQ "The North
Wind's .Malice" the r'ost wonderful perform
ance of her career. a

TODAY

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FRIDAY

SATURDAY

I

NECKWEAR

REX BEACH
1RWINDS MA

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Pure Silk Polka Dots
And Diagonal Stripes

The Popular Shape And
Color Combinations
You will be surprised at
the quality -. You will be
even more surprised at the
low prices.

LAST

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IN A POWERFUL PHOTODRA- Al
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word in real
pipe comfort

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ready for your
immediate use
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M.4TREBOR will smoke cool and-
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any bad taste or discomfort.
If you have never smoked a pipe, the
TREBOR will prove a new friend to be
proud of. A veteran pipe smoker wil
appreciate the specially seasoned fine old
briar as an old friend after the first puff.
Drop in and see the TREBOR at"
The Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
The Cushing Drug Co.
Imported by
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.

ANITA
"SO WIN'

Lou~is B, Mayer presents:
SEWART

ROM afar the bright lights of Broadway beckone
upon close observation he found the gold was tir
woman he had come to love had been the mistress of
and beneath the hilarity of the surface many a heart
wardly breaking.
SENIOR SWING-OUT MOVIES
TAKEN LAST THURSDAY BY PATHE
ALL THIS WEEK
WE HAVE EXCLUSIVE SHOWING
EVERY SHOW

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up ! s s " -

ALSO "DUMMY LOVE" COMEDY AND BRAY COMIC
ARCADE ORCHESTRA
AFTER LUNCH MATINEE-THE ARCADE. IT'S A PTEASING HABIT - NEVER DISAPPOINTING

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