Majestic-Thomas Meighan in
"The City of Silent Men." Also
/ comedy and News film.
Arcade-Wallace Reid in "The
Love Special" with a support-
ing cast including Agnes Ayres
and Theodore Roberts.
Wuerth-William Faversham in
"The Sin That Was His." Van-
ity Fair Maid comedy and a
Orpheum--Douglas Fairbanks in
"The Nut." Torchy comedy,
"Torchy Mixes In," and Uni-
Garrick (Detroit)-The Bons-
telle company in the snappy
musical comedy; "Bab."
Shubert (Detroit)-D. W. Grif-
fith's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with all of
the Griffith stars.
ORGANIZATIONS AGREE THAT 5"
YEAR COURSE WILL SOON
BE IN FORCE -
"High Buildings in Relation to Nar-
row Streets" was the subject of an
illustrated lecture by Harvey W. Cor-
bett, New York architect, Wesdnesday
afternoon in the Natural Science audi-
torium. Serious congestion and the
enforced use of subways and elevated
roads in large cities due to the ex-
cessive height of buildings could be
eliminated, according to the speaker,
by enforcing zoning and height limit-
ing laws such as have proved success-
ful in New York City. Lower build-
ing areas would be better from every
point of view, claimed Mr. Corbett, as
they distribute traffic over larger sur-
faces. Preceding the lecture Mr. Cor-
bett was the guest of the architectural"
college for luncheon at the Union.
Prof. Emil Lorch, of the architectur-i
al college, introduced the speaker of
the afternoon. He also announced
the award of the medal of the Ameri-
can Institute of Architects to Orrin F.
Stone, '20. The professor discussed
the conclusions reached in Washington
recently, with respect to the architec-
tural education, by the annual conven-
tion of the Association of Collegiate
Schools of Architecture and the Amer-i
ican Institute of Architects. Both or-
ganizations have agreed upon the ne-
cessity of a five-year course for arch-
itectural students. A parallel course
of this type which in time will sup-
plant the present four-year plan is the
suggested solution of the question.
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THE STORY OF A MAN SENT TO
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IN SING SING PRISON AND THE
Cast Includes Lois Wilson
Adapted r o m "The
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Tom Forman. Scen-
ario by Frank Condon.
Thomas Meighan's Greatest Role Since George Loane Tucker's "The -ir ele Man."