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January 29, 1921 - Image 5

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SLLLEU:1 IJ E01 O1KIALS
LOYALTY TO THE UNI-
VERSITY
(From the Detroit News.)
It ought to take neither elaborate
proof nor extraordinarily strong ap-
peal to their finer feelings to convince
the still recalcitrant students at our
StatetUniversity. that the results of
their failure to heed Dr. Burton's
warning reach beyond the campus and
city limits of Ann Arbor. They affect
the good repute of the University. Any
student who does not know this by
the time he reaches college ought to
be considered as one on whom a uni-
versity education would be wasted.
The university student has no cause
to complain'of the attitude of the cit-
izens of this State either toward him
or toward the University. On those
escapades which necessarily spring
out of the fact that thousands of young
men are gathered as closely as they
are at Ann Arbor, the citizens of this
State have always looked with evid-
ent good nature. They have excused
things which it required no little pati-
ence and insight to condone. The cit-
izen has never forgotten that boys will
be boys..
But when after repeated warnings
from the faculty certain students per-
sist in violating the prohibition law,
the limits of what may be excused or
over-looked have been passed. It is
not that anyone expects students to be
more careful, more law-abiding than
other people. It is not that anyone ex-
pects these young men to show dis-
cretion and understanding beyond
their years. What is-expected of them
is simply that they shall be as fully
cognizant of the law and as willing to
obey it, as we expect young men to
be who have not had the advantages
of a higher, education.
Any student in our State University
who does not know what efforts are
being made at this time to maintain
the high standards of excellence which
have always characterized Michigan,
and who is unwilling to remove every
obstacle to the. realization of this pro-
ject, must be lacking in some of the
essentials which make an educated
person valuable to the community. We
have heard a good deal of college
spirit; but If obedience to the law is
not a part of*this college spirit, it
should be made the most important
part of it at once.
Undoubtedly this evil is confined in
Ann Arbor to but a very small group;
and in his efforts to deal with the ut-
most sternness with these*individuals
Dr. Burton will have the support of
every citizen of the State.
Inter-City Motorcycle Racing Banned
A ban on inter-citymotorcycle rac-
ing his been passed by the Motorcyple
and Allied Trades association at a
meeting held recently. in New York
City. The reason given is that the

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THE THEATERS
TODAY

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Screen
Majestic-Mack Sennett's latest
five-reeler, "Love, Honor, and
Behave." "The Hope," with a
notable cast of well known
stars, and Pathe News.

9 'U prepare noon-dy lunches without
City ivews'''"""" "***'t
City 'leaving the building.
Work on Ann Arbor's four new Molloy Scott, nine, daughter of Mr.
grade schools will begin this spring and Mrs. Claude Scott, 111 North Sev-
and all four buildings will be ready enth street, was instantly killed when
for occupancy not later than Sept. 1, she fell beneath the rear wheel of
Hertler Brothers' truck, driven by Jos-
192sraccording toanrosutiedoftheph Gruschow, shortly before noon to-
construction plan as presented before !day.
the Conopus club by Supt. L. A. Butler lIn his statement to the prsecutor,
at the Union. IGrushow said that the child was

S HUBER T
DETROIT .
S"Cinderella on
Broadway"

G;A R R I c K
DETROIT
WALTER SCANLAN in
"Hearts of Erin"

Arcade-Fatty Arbuckle in his
famous new side splitter, "The
Life of the Party." Also a
Hot Dog comedy, "Crowning j
King Blizzard."J
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.
Orpheum- "Go and Get It," a
First National attraction with
Bull Montana. Universal News
and a Christie comedy.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit) -Walter Scan-
Ian, that winsome Irish singer,
in an Irish comedy, "Hearts of
Erin."
Schubert (Detroit)-"Cinderella
n Broadway," the latest Win-
ter Garden success of New
York, with 125 popular enter-
tainers.
Fresh Florida Strawberry Sunaaes
are being served at Tice's Fountain.
117 S. Main St.-Adv.
t Increase your btsiness by advertis-
ing in The Michigan Daily.-Adv.
TVTLE'S'
LUNCH ROOM
A Nice Cozy Place Where
You Lnjoy Your leal
One half block South
of " MAJ"

The new buildings will contain all
the latest features of educational de-
velopment including a kindergarten, a
gymnasium and an auditorium with
provisions for manual training. A rest
room will be provided for the teachers
in each school with a kitchenette at-
tached, in which the instructors may

stealing a ride on his truck and that
he was unaware of her presence.
following his statement to the pros-
ecutor, Gruschow was released.
Miss Pansy Johnson, Contralto
teacher of singing. 904 South State
St. Phone 269-R.-Adv.

TIHE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposia Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

WHITNEY THEATRE
IFebruary 2nd an.d 3rdI

101-103 So. Main St.

880 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

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TODAY ONLY
ONE OF THE GREATEST PRODUCTIONS OF THE YEAR

SURGEONS, DISTRICT ATTOR-
NEY, JUDGES, GUN MEN,
REPORTERS, AND
EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND

PHONE 166
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218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM

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DLAVSKE

THE MAD CRAZE FOR PLEAS-
URE, THE GAIETY,
THE BEAUTY, ALL
THAT MAKES PARIS WHAT IT
IS TODAY IS DEPICTED IN THE
UNIVERSAL SCREEN CLASSIC,
"THE DEVIL'S PASS KEY.r

CHILD IN THIS CITY

Go To See

"GO AND GET IT"

Caters to Fraternities axd
- Sororities

MARSHALL
NEILAN'S

Sararnoust
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AN OLD,
Played by
depths oft
the most
the West!
Music -
- a drun

SENSATIONAL PHOTOPLAY OF
THE ROMANCE, THRILLS,

PERILS AND EXCITE-

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day
about the large number of her
cubs.
"How man cubs do you bring
into the world at one time ?" she
asked the LIONESS
"Only ONE."replied the Lioness
- -"but it's a LION !
MURADS COST 20 CENTS
FOR A BOX OF 10
BUT THEY'RE MURADS
MURADS would be lower
priced if we left out all or part of
the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the
purest and best varieties grown
or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS
-they'd only be Foxes!t
",uge for Yourself--'"
We call special atention
to Marad2s in Tin Boxes

IS this the end of the picture
--the kiss of reconciliation
between the American play- j
wright and his scandal-stir-
ring wife, about whom the
tongues of slander played like
serpents? Or is it her kiss of j
treachery to quench his sus-
picion? See this master pic-
ture today!
Another Wonder-
Picture b
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'BLID H$B~'JD"

NEWSPAPER LIFE
TODAY ONLY

MENT OF

the prize a
Then the
hunted ou
the light.
brave, tha
member -

Mae Busch, the Australian musi-
cal comedy artist, has the role of
Odera, the Spanish dancer, an im-
portant role in Erich von Stro-
heim's latest production, "The Dev-
il's Pass Key."

For the benefit of the starving
children of Europe, a special
show is being given at the
WUE RT H

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OLD SONG OF LOVE!
a sweetrfaced girl in the
the- Redwood Forest. To
notorious outlaw band in
beauty - fierce passions
ken brawl - and the girl
)f the strongest!
miracle - love! And a
tcast's struggle upward to
A struggle so fine, so
t your heart will long re-
M OF THE SIERRAS

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SATURDAY, 10:30 A. M.

THE TETING
By William S. Hart, Picturized and Directed by Lambert Hillyer
Photographed by Joe August, A.S.C. - A William S. Hart Production
ADDED -
SUNDAY COURTS HIP"

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SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY
H. B. WARNER in "WHEN WE WERE TWENTY-ONE"
HAROLD LLOYD in "NUMBER PLEASE"
FOX NEWS WUERTH ORCHESTRA.

MATINEE PRICES

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