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March 18, 1921 - Image 7

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HAVE YOU TRIED OUR SPECIAL

W'.EEK-END

ICE CREAM

BRICKS?

FOR QUALITY, FLAVOR AND PUR-

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Communication
Editor', The Michigan Daily:
"Where there's smoke, there's fire,"
runs the old adage. It still holds true
today.
There can be no denying that critic-
ism of the lit school has been vitrolic
and continuous. Were this fault-find-
ing the outburst of a. disappointed
freshman or of even a small body of
students, it might be suspected that
the remarks were, prompted by feel-
ings of prejudice. but where the comn-
plaints have been as specific, as in-I
sistant, as general, and as bitter as
they have been with regard to certain
phases of the College Hof Literature,
Science, and the Arts, there must be
some foundation for dissatisfaction.
Surely the failure of over one-fifth
of the total enrollment of the entire.
college in a single semester proves
that something is radically wrong.
Where a teaching staff is so incapable
that it is unable to fulfill its sole
and only duty to more than 1,000 stu-
dents, there is something wrong some,~
where.
In justice to those instructors who
have, and are, so honestly, whole-
souledly, and faithfully trying to co-
operate and help the students it is only
fair that the real condition of the
school be carefully examined.
If there is _dry-rot, let it be got rid
of. The patient is better after the
operation. It is only those with a
guilty conscience who try to hamper
honest investigation.
(Continued on Page Eight)
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Broadway Brevities
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AT THE THEATERS.
TODAY
Screen
Majesti+-.-Cecil B. DeMille's pro-
duction, "Forbidden Fruit."
Pathe News.
Arcade--"The Price of Posses-
sion," with Ethel Clayton. Com-
edy, "Tea for Two," Kinograms
and Bray Picto.
Wuerth-Zena Keefe in "Red
Foam." Snub Pollard comedy
and Pathe Review.
Orpheiun-"Nomads of the
North," Mermaid comedy and
International News.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrlck (Detroit)-Henry Hull,
Alma Tel(, and George Marion
in the comedy, "When We Are
Young."
Schubert (Detroit)--Bert Wil-
liams and George McKay in
the musical comedy, "Broad-
way Brevities of 1920."
Monday
Whitney--"Up in Mabel's Room,"
a comedy with a kick.

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woman, tied to a brutal
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When love and hope in
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bidden-
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Wanted to Exchange:
A woman's heart for a home.
Wanted to Exchange:
A home for a woman's heart.
Yet why did they both think~
the price of possession was too
high until-?
A rose-covered romance thai
nestles close to the earth.
Story by Win ifred lioggs
Scenario by Eve Unsell
OTHER FEATUI
Comnedy: "TEA FOR-
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IOne of the many, tense and
adaptation of the Saturday
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i powerful scenes shown in this gripping
Evening Post story by the same name.
MFOAM"

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ZENA KEEFE and HARRY TIGHE Stars
SUNDAY " MONDAY - TUESDAY
ROBERTSON -COLE Presents

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"SOP"0Ot of the waIoe, over the rapids, through
peril and forest fire you follow the tracks of the
nimen, women~ and wild beasts of the backwoods.

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COMING "- SUNDAYI
"PAYING THE, PIPER"
GEORGE FITZMAURICE,
PRODUCTION

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TODAY AND
TOMORROW

Lon Chaney.
Lewis Stone,
Betty Blythe

THE SUPREME TRIUMPH OF MOTION PICTURE

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