THE MICHIGAN DAILY
LY IN STATES
Students Advised to Obtain Tickets
to Home Destinations at, Once
In order to insure getting trans-
portation out of Ann Arbor on the
Tuesday preceding the holidays stu-
dents are urged to secure their rail-
road tickets and pullman reservations
The Interstate Commerce commis-
sion ruling raises the fee in certain
states, so that frequently a student
may get a better rate home if he lives
outside of Michigan. The rate in Ohio
is lower than it is in Michigan, while
in some of the other surroundng
states it is higher.
Extra sleepers will be put on for
the accommodation of students from
Ann Arbor to all important points.
Upper peninsula students may get
through sleepers from this city to
their destination at a reduction of
from $6 to $8.
,22E's Will Hear Professor Roth
Prof. Filibert Roth, of the forestry'
department, will address the sopho-
more engineer assembly at 9 o'clock
Wednesday morning in room 348,
Engineering building. His subject
wilt be "Problems of Michigan in For-
Paronize' Daily Advertiers.-Adv.
ROBBERIES FROM UNIVERSITY
BUILDINGS CONTINUE DAILY
Chief-of-Police O'Brien announced
yesterday that nearly a coat a day
is stolen from University buildings.
Most of these are taken from the halls
and never recovered. It is the opin-
ion at the deartment that most of
these robberies would be avoided if
the owner would use some care.
Fraternities have also been continu-
ally robbed this year. Last week Al-
pha Delta Phi was robbed of two over-
coats, a raincoat and a brass ash re-
ceiver. Police believe that this
trouble can be stopped by keeping the
front door of fraternity houses looked
and members carrying keys.
AT THE THEATERS
Majestle-"Twin Beds." Christy
comedy, "Striking Models!"
Arcade-Charlie Ray in one of
his latest, "Peaceful Valley,"
and a comedy, "Kick in High
Wuerth-H. B. Warner in "Felix
O'Day.' Hank Mann in "Way
Out West," and Fox News.
.in "Passions Playgrounr4 "
Also a snappy comedy.
Garrick (Detroit)-Jack Nor-
worth with an unusual sup-
porting cast in the comedy hit
of New York, "My -Lady
Schubert (Detroit)-"Little Miss
Charity," Richard C. Hern-
don's 1921 musical comedy suc-
cess, with Frank Moulan and
Marjorie Gateson and a score
of dancing, singing chorkters.
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A Romantic and Famous Star
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