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THE MICHIGAN DAILYt

-PLIES TO LEWIS MICHIGAN BEST"
.ILI U IUDECLARES SHARPE

PROFSSOR SAN EX-ENATII You "fellows don't have any more
KEPT OUT OF SEINATE BECAUSE fun per square inch than we used to,"
HE W ;N T WRONG O WAL said former Ambassador William G.1
Sharpe, '80L, in an interview Tuesday.
Editor, The Michigan Daily: "I think the University of Michigan is
In yesterday's Daily a quotation by the greatest educational institution in
ex-Senator Lewis of my reference to the country. I may have sentimental
him in an earlier issue is far from raosfrbleigsbti a
exact, and I am sure se polite a man not, I am sure I would say the same.
wil infaines wecom a orrc- I made that statement to Ambassador
tion. Jusserand when I urged him to come
My statement was that he "went to Ann Arbor for the Washington
wrong on the wvar," and that as a con- birthday exercises."
sequence he was retired from the Ln "I am a good Frenchman even if I
ited States senate by a people whichI am not good at anything else," modest-
had at last found itself; all of which ly said Lieutenant de Wierzbecki also
requires no proof for any one con- in an interview yesterday. "My nam-e
versant with current history Mr is Polish. My grandfather left Poland
Lewi wat wrng n th sae wa ayin 1808 to come to France to fight un-
that Mr. Wilson did, whose irecognized derNtolo, That'swlI a good
spokesman he was upon the floor of ptit
the senate, in which capacity he de- Mr. :Sharpe was the guest of honor
fended .the "too proud to fight" pro-} Tuesday noon at a luncheon at the
nouncement, the misguided peace over- Union given by the 'faculty of the Law1
tures, etc. school.' Other guests of honor were
He cme p -fr r-eletio in ov-President Marion L. Burton, President-
ember, 1918, and though he had the eeiu ar .Hthn n e
warm endorsement, of President Wil- gent J. E. Beal. Last night Dean _
son li ws dcisvey dfeaedon heHenry M.. Bates of the Law school,
isuo his recordydeete n h and Mrs. Bates gave a formal dinner
issueof hs reord.at their home for Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe=
WILLIAM- HERBERT HOBBS. who are their guests during their vis-
it in Ann Arbor.
A PT _1 r.A MTIN f V V T _

AT THE THEATERS
VTODAY
Screen
Majestic-"The Jucklins,"
Monte Blue.

SProfessor Tealdi Speaks at Howell Use Classified advertising and sell Let-a classified ad find that lost
fProf. Aubrey Tealdi, of the landscape your miscellaneous articles.-Adv. title.-Adv.
design department, addressed the Coin-
munity institute, of Howell, Michigan,!
last night o hysbeto landscape' 5 H B R AR
design. o h'sbjc fIDETROIT IDETROIT -
A.4.WO6EVERYBODYS COMEDIEONE Kfr (. a
ICharlotte Greenwood in UP IN MA S 'ROOM"
Ask for the "LINGER LONGER LETTY" wx~ePa le h t h LaugIhkt er Februarye bbiruy 27
Play TIa ~l T

with

Arcade - May Allison in "The
Marriage of William Ashe."
rV
Wuerth-Omner Locklear in "The
Skywayman." Universal News
and acomedy.
Orpheumn-Alice Lace in "Body
and Soul."
TIllIS WEEK I
Stage
C~ S-rrick (Detroit) - The musical
comedy, "Up in Mabel's Room."f
Shubert (Detroit) - Charlotte
Greenwood in "Linger Longer,
Letty."

Learn
Gregg
Shorthand

Learn
Touch
Typedvriting

The Smart Looking, Popular Shoe
for CAMPUS
Pnd CLASS ROOM
IDeal, All Rounzd College Shoe
Same High QuVality as the
'OM LOGAN GOLF SHOE
If your dealer cannot supply you
write us for catalog and prices
TfHOMAS H. LOGAN COMPANY
j Hudson, Mass.
Send for the Tom Logan Calendar,
which pictures, suitable for framing,
the International Golf match between
Ouimet, Ray and Vardon.

We.Have the

Secret of

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Secretarial Training
Beginning and Advanced Classes

Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

- I Just Received_
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Wednesday, Feb, 23rd.

Hamilton Business College
State and William Streeto

- ~ -FOR FIELLOWSHIPS
Students who wish to make appli-
cation for the Breit fellowships or
American-Scandinavian Foundatipn
fellowships must do so by March 15,
according to word received by the
Graduate school.
The Breit fellowships'"were founded
and endowed several years ago by Otto
Breit to promote the advancement of
science by means of research and are'
tenable at the Imperial College of Sci-
ence and Technology of London, Eng-
land. They are three in number and
each have an annual value of 751
pounds. Consideration of applicants
for the scholarships will include
statements from the professors under
whom the candidates studied and *a
perusal' of their published papers.
The American-Scandinavian Found-
ation fellowships total 20 and have a
value of $1,000 each. They are de-
signed for study in Sweden, Denmark,
and Norway on° a variety of subjects.
Candidates for the scholarships must
have been born in the United States.
Further information regarding the feb-
lowships may be secured at the Grad-
uate school.
PROF. POOR'S SON DROWNS
SAN ATTEMPT TO SAVE SISTER.
Vincent C. Poor, Jr., the 12-year-old
soan of Prof. Vincent Poor, Sr., of the
mathematics department, was drown-
ed about 6:30 o'clock Sunday after-
noon, Feb. 13, near the Detroit Edi-
son company's power house below thek
Argo dam. The boy, jumped into the
mill race to rescue his little sister who
had fallen into the water. The girl was
p~ulled out by bystanders but the boy
Immediately sank. His body was re-
covered about two hours later.
F+uneral services were held at 10:30
o'clock Wednesday morning, Feb. 16,
from the residence, 930 Packard
street. Interment was made at For-
est Hill cemetery.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

I a shipment ofI
PROF. HEADER HIT BY AUTO;
CONDITION REPORTED BETTER = T h H E Thompson's Bon-bons =
Prof. 0. L. Meader, of the language,= R.KEY
department, is in' the Homoeopathic (S H 1 f
hospital suffering -from injuries that' = . J
he received Sunday evening, Feb.. 13,! Hunger-Cure Sandwiches
when he was struck by an automobile
driven by Dr. L. P. Hall. The hospital
authorities report that Prof. Meaderr°=
is doing well. 1 Waffles and Fountain
Us~e the advertising ct umns of The ! 600 East LibertySevc
Michigan, Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv. 1i191111 1 w11lIlltlQlIIIIil1lll t1111llllill[11

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in College

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after College

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OTHER ADDED ATTRACTIONS
Tomorrow and Saturday, Only

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IN

"THE SKYWAYMAN"

TODAY ONLY
-,Lai ureA a strange great
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citba wine-quick.
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METRO As the girl who did
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From William Hurl-
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Less than a m'ile from, the beach
hotel I~e on di., fantastic romance,
this glorious high adventure of
youth:

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Showing the daredevil aviator in a series
of thrilling adventures filmed above the
clouds, *

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SUNSHINE COMEDY UNIVERSAL NEWS

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'"Flame of Youth""

by F. SCOTT FIjTOZGRA.LD

Students lunch
409 Jefferson
High Class food

With

SHIRLEY MASON

JIfe Cutest Star on The Silker Screen

Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m
Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIE
Open from A1 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
SsCeNTm
tHINESE aptd AMERICAN Style
Short Orderi
u~anij Turil Lo
613 LibertV S# M.

SU1NDAY - MONDA Y

TUESDAY

AE~v A bore
CLATSICK W110the
Adap ted by,
4 Directed by
BAYARD VE'

DANA
v-proof story Kof a girl
fought herself man-proof
y WALDEMAR YOUNG frons
aturday Evening Post story
ry DALLAS M. FITZGERALD
FILLER, Director of Productiona

"Oh Lady, Lady"

With

A&~ti 7~: ; <TA~ ~LBOT and
r _., k r SICKARD
TOMORROW
ANNETTE KELLERMAN in
"W hat Woman Love'

BEBE DANIELS
The Good Little B8ad Girl

COMING- Sunday "THE STAR ROVER" Jack London's

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