THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Majestoc-Thomas Meighan in
"Conrad in Quest of His
Youth." "Torchy's Millions,"
from the famous Sewell Ford
stories. Also Topics and °a
Burton Holmes Travelogue.f
IArcade-Bert Lytell i4 "The Mis-
leading Lady." A snappy com-
edy, "Wet and Warmer." and
Wuerth-"Down Home," with an
All-star cast. Clyde Cook in
"Don't Tickle," and Pox News.
rpheni- King "Vidor's great
production~, "T"he Jack-Knife
Carrick (Detroit)- "Scandal,"
x Cosmo Hamilton's clever com-
edy, with June Walker, Charles
Cherry, and Corliss GMiles.
_$hubert (Detroit) -"Florodora,"
one of the finiest musical com-
edies on the stage, with Elean-
ore Paiixter, on the second suc-
59 JtfiRlOns Of
New York, Jtan. 17.-Latest reports
from the five stricken provinces of
China indicate that the total number;
of famine' sufferers reaches 59,000,000.
The devastated region covers an area
of 125,000 square miles in the pro-
vinces of Shantung, Shansi, Shensi
Thousands of refugees in the city of
Chengchow are living under bridges
and under porches of stores or on the
streets. They have no place. to beg
and no land to go to. Most of them
are already half-starved.
So many starving people have
thrown themselves into the White
River, which furnishes the water sup-
ply of the city of Tientsin, that the
river gives off a disagreeable odor,
and use of the water- from it for
drinking purposes has been abandon-
MORE HIGH TENOR VOICES FOR
FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB WANTED1
Freshmen who can sing high tenor
and are interested in the Freshman
Glee club are asked to report to Mr.
F. L. Thomas at his studio in the
School of Music before Wednesday
The Glee club under the direction of
Mr. Thomas, made a good showing at
its first- rehearsal held last Wednes-
day night in the Union, but more high
tenor voices are needed.
The next rehearsal will be held at
7:15 o'clock tomorrow night in the
reading room of the Union.
Patronize Daily :advertisers.-Adv.
MEMBERS :( IOSE N ity. These are urged to try again in
BY COMEDY CLUB the spring as many members gradu-
______ate this year.
Membership in the club is limited to
Comedy club tryouts were held Sat- 40 people.
urday in University Hall. Seventeen'_______
people were successful.'T
The new members are: Arthur L. HIIT)LORE MEN SENTENCED T
McCaffer~y, '23; Katrina Schermerhorn, JAIL ON LIQUOR CHARGES
'21; Florence Derrick, '22; Helen M.'
Elliott, '23; Mildred Frick, '22; Fin-' Richard Brown, 61, 'of Whitmore
ette Martin, '22; Hardy Hoover, '23; Lake, was arranged before Judge
Josephine Walter," '22; C. James Dres-I Thomas Monday morning, charged with
back, '24; Ruth A. Watkins, '22; Wil- giving intoxicating liquor to drunkards
liam W. Ottaway, '23; John Hermann, and tipplers. The judge gave Brown
'23; Joyce McCurdy, '22; Adele Zim- 165 days in the Detroit House bf Cor
merman, '22; Howard Stimp son, '24; rection to ponder his misdeeds.
Helen Middleswart, '22, and John August Oversmith, of the same p-ace,
Hassberger, '122. drew 20 days in the county jail for
These persons were selected from a being drunk and disorderly.
large number of candidates. Many of -_______
the unsuccessful tryouts showed abil- Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
Where they all go
1116 So. University Ave.
The HAILED BY CRITICS AS
TePrettiest Star on the American Stage
THE FIRST TIME
Dance Wed, Jan. 19, at Dexter.
Flsher'se six-piece orchestra
furnish the music :Adv..
FULL OF THRILLS AND SURPRISES
TO)MORROW AND THURSDAY
VIOLA DANA in" lBack Mall"
Patrane ~Daily advertisers.-Adv
-SP AI DI NG-
Catalogue on request
A. G SPALDING & BROS.
21S. State St., Cicago, Il.
S'C HU B ERT
HELD OVER ANOTHER WEEK
213 E. LIBERTY ST.
715 N. UNIV.
ItP E i V
PHONE _294F = F2
2:00 - 3:30 --- 7:00 - 8:30
Adults 20c - Matinees 15c
(;A R RIC
By COSMO HAMILTON
Matinee at 2- 3:30
Evening at 7 - 8:30
d, cu he g..,
GP.AT a.uthor W.-OtC a
died his briother took,.
up his work, and, w.rol~
a master-piece equally
as great ancL called.iit ,
DABNJEY TODD. A great
director, off" motion
pictures road- it intlp
a, pictutre and. re-iwane&.i
Dstrtbuted, by .TW Hodkinson Corp.
1#11111111111#111111111 11111 #I#1.1111111 1111111111il1#111111111111111111111111111111 1111111 11 U1 1111 11111111 ##~ii1111#1I11111111111i11111#1111H#I! 111111 'It1111111111 1111!##1111111 #11#
MR. ERT YTEL And That Side-Splitting
"The Misleading 12ady"' 11146 eti111111 1111and Wrmr
1#1111111111##111111 11111111111 111111 111111111#1 11111111111 1111111111##1#IIII 1111111111l111#.ll#t#t11 1 1 I 11I III I## I 111 11 I1II11 I ll iIi 1 1 1 I~ ii#I1##!#
MARSH[AL NEILAN Humor-Thrill-]Drama-Romance-A
Pres~its His Latest and Greatest
Sens~ationi of the Silent Dramia_ Whizzing Sweep- of Action
With WESLEY BARRY
A First National Attraction
See a white girl held captive inl
IF YOU LIKE RURAL LIFE, YOU WILL-
"Dow1 n Home"'
SHOWING FOR 'THE LAST TIME TODAY
See Dinty butt in where the
"tele Romance., Promoters"
-See a fight between police and
Chinks that beats the old
rows ons Barbarry Coast.
WITH THE POPULAR STAR
See Chinatown as only its den-
izens know it.
Adults 80c; Matinee 20c;
* SHOWS AT
I2:00 - 3:90 --7:00- 8.30
- The Girl Comes in Bit You, Stay Out
DINTY matinees.: Saturday 2:30
Other Features =-- ROOKERIES AND SQUAWKERIES---FOX NEWS,