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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAY, JA

LASHES FRO
IN ANN ARBOR THIS

nese emotional artist, Mr. Hayakawa thought, Allan Dwan offers his pro- sport But in this furor for foot-
T H E is disporting himself at the Maj over duction, "The Scoffer," at the Majestic ball I foresee dangers to the game
the mid-week. The name of his ve- on Friday and Saturday. This is a itself. America is taking it toor
hide sounds like a door bell, "Li Ting three or four-day picture on a 48-hour seriously and there is peril of dis-
3 W EE. Lang," but that is probably only an run. The scoffer, a doctor who has torting our sense of proportion.?
innocent onomatopoetic oriental appel- just emerged from unjust imprison- Coach Yost has here voiced a senti-
lation. One redeeming feature is the ment, is played by James Kirkwood, ment with which most thinking men
S TJ A~ G E fact that Sessue plays the part of the whose polished acting has gained wide will agree. Sport, like everything else,
highest type of Chinaman, and not his commendation. Mary Thurman is the has its place, as Yost points out, and
usual he-vampire role. Doris Pawn girl who relieves him of his cynical there is little doubt that it is the mod
Oiinpe in th i 1ad views Thisp icture is worth seeing'0

ern tendency to enlarge upon the im-
portance of this place. After all, the
primary purpose of coming to college
is to get an education, not to win foot-
ball games. If we can do both so much
the better, but we should not allow
ourselves to acquire a false sense t,
value and give athletic successes pre-
cedence over the gaining of an edu ,a-
tion.

GREEN

AND

(By Edwin R. Meiss)

intelligence, while some of the scenes1

The uptown theatres have the best demonstrate that fake photography
f it this week in a series of pictures has been brought to a science. Bert
hich begin to approach art. Main Lytell stars in "The MisleadingZ
reet, however, cuts in with the Or- Lady," an unfeatured feature. He hasn
Lieum's return engagement on Sun- switched back to light entertainment4
ay and Monday of "The Jack Knife for a change and his work in the airyf
an," one of the best productions of drama is amusing.a
920. "And the villain still pursuer her-
A picturization by a good producer pa" might be the revised title of thes
f an excellent story, with a finished Wuerth's Sunday picture, "Downj
:tor in the lead, is the recommenda- Home." Leatrice Joy is the only younga
on of which the Majestic's Sabbath hopeful in the cast of characters, butf
how can boast. The movie, entitled even her optimistic name does not
Conrad in Quest of His Youth," is arouse much enthusiasm in this photo-
ken from the booklet by Merrick play. Oh yes, the story was written
'hich has caused so much favorable by a brother of the author of David0
riticism. William DeMille produced Harum.
he show, while Tom Meighan plays "Dinty" Looks Good
ie scintillating role. Now comes the pride of the week,
The idea of this story is quite inter- showing at the Arcade from Wednes-
sting. A man of middle age desires day on. "Dinty," that greatly adver-'
> be young again, and he tries many tised creation of Marshall Neilan's, is
ays of accomplishing this. He even booked, with freckle-faced Wesley
eturns to the place of his childhood Barry in the lead. There probably isl
ut it no longer awakens a responsive no one who has not heard of this
brill in his mind. As he is about to photoplay, and it is undoubtedly in
espair he falls in love, and through this production that Neilan has!
his means again feels his youth. reached the height of his art. Only
Arcade Offers Comedies one flaw is noticeable in the film, and
With the proper idea of helping the that is an overdrawing of unimportant
opulus Romanus start the week in scenes, a defect probably made pos-I
ood humor, the Arcade offers a cone- sible by Neilan's scrupulous attention
dy bill for the small half of the week, to detail. Otherwise the photography
eaturing both light drama and farce. is excellent, while the cast of charac-I
"Wet and Warmer," the farce, is a ters leaves nothing to be desired.I
ehrman production which would "Dinty" is an ideal photoplay.{
cake a blase donkey show signs of For those who like Susie, the Japa-

Old Timers at Wuerth
Two old timers are scheduled at the
Wuerth, Earl Williams in "The Ro-
mance Promoters," on Wednesday, and
Alice Joyce in "The Vice of Fools,"
for the last two days of the seven. InI
a rather humorous but improbable
love story, Earl Williams acts in his
steady unsensational manner. Alice
Joyce plays the vampire, breaking up
a happy love affair which had existed:
from childhood, and steeping herselfj
in vice in order to give the audience

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TODAY'S. CHURCH SERVICES

(Continued from Page One)
true-and must remain so if it is to
survive in its noblest and truest form.
"Don't lose sight of this, you
short writers. Don't spoil our
game. It is not such a sport as
baseball, a great game but a com-
m ercial proposition too. I cannot
blame the public and the sport
writers for 'falling for' football as
they do. It's the highest type of

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its money's worth.
With a cast that
and a play which

gives satisfaction,
has an essential

For

CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
South Uniersity Ave.
F. P. ARTHUR, PASTOR
9:30 A. M. - Bible School.
Maurice Taylor, Supt.
Classes for all students.
Morning Service, 10:30 A. M.-
Subject: "Is it a Prophet or
Prophets WVe Need for This
Day?"
7:30 P. M. - Everybody's ser-
vice. Pictures and a Query
Box. All invited.

,STUDY LAMPS

and all kinds of

EL ECTRIC

SUPPLIES

Cor. Catherine and Division Sts.
Rev. Henry Tatlock, D.D., Rector
Rev. Charles T. Webb, Curate
7:435 A. M. - Holy Communion.
10:30 A. M. - Morning Prayer
and Sermon by the Rector,
"The Secret of the Christ
! Life."
4:30 P. M. - Evening Service
and Address by the Curate,
"By the Waters of Babylon."
UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Sts.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minsiter.
January 16 1921
10:40 A.:M. - "Are All Reli-
gions One"? Will the demand
for more unity or co-operation
among the sects lead to more
sympathy among all world-
religions?
5:45 P. M. - Young People's
Social Hour.
6:30 P. M. - Y. P. Forum:of
Religion. "The Use of the
Sabbath." A general discus-
sion to be led off by three
members.
All Seats Free.

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FIRST

WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP.

BAPTIST CHURCH
huron St., Below State
J. M. WELLS, MINISTER

PHONE 273

200 WASHINGTON ST.

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321 East Ann Street

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ANN ARBOR
BIBLE CHAIR
leidquarters in Lane Hall.
Classes meet in the "Upper
Room."

10:30 A. M. - Public Worship.
Sermon by John Mason Wells
on "Openly Set Forth."
12:00 Noon - Guld Bible Class.
6:00 P. M. - Guild Social fol-
lowed by meeting. Miss Ruth
Kinney, Leader.

THREE DAYS STARTING TODAY

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-= and we shall find our

Upper Room Bible Class Sat-
urday evenings. University
Men's Bible Class Sunday
nmorning.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

childho oc
waiting for
usthere.'
W whlio have yearned to turn back
the years and live again glad youth as
memory paints it.
We who wistfully dream sometimes
of old loves', old scenes, old careless,
happy hours of yesterday-
Where shllall we recapture the thrill
of life's Great Romance?
When you've laughed and wept at
this wonderful pleture, you'll know?.

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oAsk forsprinted circular an-
Inouncing six courses.
Rleadthe Upper Room Bulletin.
THOMAS M. IDEN,
Instructor.
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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST
Church Ediflee, 409 S. Division
Sunday services at 10:30 A.M.
The subject is "Life." Testimo-
nial meeting, Wednesday even-
ing at 7:30. A cordial invita-
tion is extended to all. Sunday
School at 11:45 A. M., to which
pupils under 20 years may be
admitted. A public reading
room, 236 Nickels Arcade, is
open daily, except Sundays and
holidays, from 12 to 5 o'clock. E
ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Fifth Ave. and Washington St. I
REV. E. C. STELLHORN,
Pastor
120 Packard Street
To build one's house of life '
on the shifting sands of human
opinion is the height of folly.
We build on Christ, the Rock
of Ages.

"WHO WAS JESUS CHRIST?"
10:30 A. M. The Minister will begin a series of sermons on "Christ
and Modern Thought." An effort will be made to an-
swer, frankly and honestly in the light of our modern thinking,
the question "Who Was Jesus Christ?"
DR, JOSEPH C. McCRACKEN, '01M.,
of the University of Pennsylvania,
Olympic star, onetime world champion in the hammer
throw, intercollegiate champion in the shot put, foot-
ball man and most popular Penn. graduate, now Dean
of the Pennsylvania Medical College, St. John's Uni-
versity, Shanghai, China, will speak at
12:00 Noon To Dr. Iden's Student Class.
5:00 P. M. 1High School C. E.
6:00 P. M. Young People's Society.

CORNER HURON AND DIVISION

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director

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January 16, 1921

10:30 A. M.
12:00 Noon.
6:00 P. M.

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Morning Worship, Sermon by the Pastor.
Student Bible Classes.
Wesleyan Guild devotional meeting. Miss Mary Baier,
Leader.
Please Note the Change of Time.

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Special Music for the Morning Service-"Benedictus" (Tours), the
Chorus; "Cherubim Song" (Glinka) the Chorus; "Pilgrim Song"
(Pschaikowski), solo by Mr. Wheeler.
SPECIAL INTITATION TO ALL STUDENTS

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Jesse IL.Lasky pesW
THOMAS MEIGHAN
William De) til1es Production
in-
Conrad in Quest of His Youth"
EXTRA ADDED FEATURES

Morning 10:30 - "An Analysis
of the Body of Christ."
Evening 7:30 - "A Lesson in
Arithmetic."C U
Both services in English. CONGREGATIONAL CH UCH
r inr ni i rnrfil ruuunnrnlli unr lill l m
TRINITY LUTHERAN = Mr. Douglas delivers the second sermon-lecture
of the series on "Human Life as an Industry."
CHURCH-
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Fifth Ave. and William St. The topic for the day is: "THE TOOLS."
Rev. Lloyd Merl Wallick, Pso
r Re. Llyd Mrl tvallckThe organ prelude begins at 10:20. Doors clase
Pastor
at 10:35.
10:30 A. M. -"Memnbership." It is of advantage to arrive early.
11:30 A. M. - Sunday School.
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