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January 28, 1921 - Image 7

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MICHIGAN DAILY

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"TURERS SPEAKf
3iICHIGAN CITIES

RE THE.
TODAY

Screen
Majestic-MackrSennett's latest
five-reeler, "Love, Honor, and
Behave." "The Hope," with. a
notable cast of well known
stars, an Pathe News.
Arcade-Fatty Arbuckle in his
famous new side splitter, "The'
Life of the Party." Also a
Hot Dog comedy, "Crowning
King Blizzard."
Wuerth--Von Stroheim's produc-.
tion, "The Devil's Passkey,"
called one of the ten best pic-
tures of 1920. Also comedy
and Pathe News.
Orpheumn- "Go and Get It," a
First National attraction with
Bull Montana. Univer#al News
and a Christie comedy.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-Walter Scan-
lan, that winsome Irish singer,
in an Irish comedy, "Hearts of
Erin."
Schubert (Detroit) -"Cinderella
on Broadway," the latest Win-
ter Garden success of New
York, with 125 popular enter-
tainers.

Prof, i. Leo Sharfinan, of the eco-
nomics department, addressed a pub-
lie meeting last night at St. Paul's
cathedral in Detroit on "Self Control
and Democracy."
'The Development of Medicine in
Relation to the Community" was the
subject of a lecture delivered by Dr.
Hugh Cabot, of the Medical school,
last night in the Ryerson library in
Grand Rapids.
Prof. Daniel L. Rich, of the physics
department, spoke before the Parent-.
Teacher association last night at
Grant, Mich., on "The Changed Out-
look for American Youth."
All three lectures were given under

the auspices of the University Exten-
sion service.
Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus News.
S HU1BERT
DREY R 0 It I
"Cinderella oft
Broadway".
G A R R I C K
DETROIT
WALTER SCANLAN in
"Hearts of Erin"

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OFFICERS TO MEET
FOREIGN STUDENTS
To foster iendly relations between
the foreign'students on the campus,
several members of the national com-
mittee on foreign friendly relations
will arrive today for a three or four
days' stay. Charles D. Hurrey, gener-
al secretary of the foreign friendly re-
lations committee, will be accompan-
ied. by Dr. K. Kato, secretary of the
Japanese student section, Oscar A.
Gtcitua, secretary of the Latin-Amer-
ican student group, and Elmer Yellon,
association seretary of the committee.
During their stay in Ann Arbor these
men, under the auspices of,'the Stu-
dents' Christian association, will ad-
dress various groups interested in
local and foreign missionary work.
Owing to Mr. Hurrey's intimate rela-
tions with South America, a special
effort will be made to meet Latin-Am-
ericans attending the University.
Arrangements were made yesterday
for enteftainment of the visitors dur-
ing their visit here.
City News
The next meeting of the city council
will be held a week from next Mon-
day, that day being the last day of the
month. Council meetings are held the
first and third Mondays of each month.
The employees of Washtenaw coun-
ty and 4heir families were present at
a banquet. held on 'the first floor of
the Court house Wednesday night.
Arrangements for the affair were made
by Claremon L. Pray, deputy county
clerk.Jacob F. Fahrner, prosecuting
attorniey, acted as toastmaster.
According to Dr. G. G Alway, pres-
ident, thee Graf-O'Harra post of: the
Veteranseof Foreign Wars realized ap-
proximately $300 from,,,the tag day
and dance held yesterday. A mept-
ing of the post was held last night
when the colors were ordered.
The annual spring showing of spring
styles upon-living models was held by
the Mack company last night, all
models being employees of the store.
A very large crowd witnessed the
showing of various gowns and wrap.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adw.

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TODAY AND SATURDAY
You Skinny Men and
Womnen and Those Who ~.
Worry Over Excessive
Weight We Say You Are
Letting Slip An Oppor-
tunity It You Miss This Picture.

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ROSCOE (FATTY)
{ /AiGEMENT WITHJOEP11 M. 5CHENCrS)
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A GREAT BIG, HONEST - TO

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ness humorous story told as.only Fatty can. As a tip to those
who think they can't laugh we will forfeit your admission.
Just tell the cashier your name and say "This picture did not
make me laugh."

ALSO CENTURY COMEDY

"Hot

Dog"

A REGULAR LAUGH PROVOKER

Ask for the
The Smart Looking, Popular Shoe
fCAMPUS
an CLASS ROOM
Ideal, All Round College Shoe
Same High Quality as the
TOM LOAN GOLF SHOE
If your dealer cannot supply you
write usfox catalog and price"
THOMAS H.LOGAN COMPANY
Hudson eMass.
Send for the Tomn Logan Calendar,'

FQX NEWS
BRAY COMIC

ARCADE
ORCUESTRA

A MACK 'ENN
PRODUCTIO1

MATINEE AT 2:00 & 3:30 - EVENING AT 7:00 & 8:30

SECOND FEATURE

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COMING SUNDAY

THE FAMOUS DRURY LANE MELODRAMA

WILLIAM S.
WART[~a
in
9i-ole-esting loc
a 9armotrl 6?C~ile L~iV~(,1\<

"THE

HOPE"

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SPECIAL CHARITY MATINEE SATURDAY, AT 10:30
Special show arranged with Thomas Meighan in "The Prince Chap," an
excellent picture. I Oc and 25c. All receipts go to European Relief Fund.
COMING NEXT SUNDAY

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REX BEACH'S FAMOUS STORY

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"North Wind's Malice"

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