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THE MICHIGAN DAlLE

lANC INCG
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ance from 6 t,- 7:30, Edison.
Music from 8 to 12.
NO CHARCE
management for open dates for fraternity
sorority banquets, partydances, after
noon dansants, et.
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EAST TIMES TODAY
ELLIOTT DEXTER in
"The Witching Hour"
Also Carmel Meyers
Saturday --- Tom Mix

TR INING CENTERS
NOW ESTABLIS'HED
Fifty-eight Communities Being Oper.
ated Outside Hospitals by.
Veterans.
COMPLETE SOCIAL RECOVERY
IS AIM IN NERVOUS CASES

This "AD" with 15 cents
will admit you today.
Next Tues. to Friday-"THE SHIEK"
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Amateur Finishing

Lantern Slides

GROUPS
Daylight or Flashlight
Indoors or Outside

"The complete 'social recovery' of
the neuropsychiatric cases and re-1
:overy of health in tubercular cases
is the objective of the 58 training
centers established outside of hospit-
als under the U. S. Veterans' bureau.
Fifty of these training centers are
non-resident, while eight of them are
restdl-ht. These training centers have
been established principally for tu-
bercular and neuropsychiatriccases,"
Co1. Charles R. Forbes, director of the
U. S. Veterans' bureau stated today.
The resident training center at Pas-
cagoula, Miss., was established on the
-- site of a war-time ship building cor-
portion. A community had been estab-
lished there for the workmen in the
shipbuilding plant, and when it was
Itaken over for the purpose of a train-
ing center, there was ready-for occu-
pancy a large number of cottages and
other buildings common to such a

News From The Other Colleges
Harvard-Harvard is to lose its Bur- "awful wallop" according to the Buch-
sar, Mr. C. F. Mason, who has been in elite, when they informed them they
charge of university finances for 34 must take the final examinations. The
years. During the time of Mr. Mason's former rule of exemption for seniors
service, the operating expenses of the has been revoked and seniors will now
university have increased from about take June finals along with the under-
$600,000 to over $5,000,000 at the pres- classmen.
ent time.
Yale-R. E. Jordan, '23, who played
on Yale's '23 Freshman football team, S P A L D I N G
and who starred as fullback this fall,
aas been elected captain of next year's
eleven. Basket Ball
Indiana-The Indiana Union offers When urchasing equip-
regular Wednesday evening movies, ment for basketball or
admission being 15 cents. any athletic sport,insist
upon SPALDIG'S. Sat-
Columbia-1922 "Columbian" will isfaction is inevitable.
include a section devoted to the school ctalogtueon request
of journalism for the first time in its
history. A. G.SPALDING & BROS.
211 So. State St., Chicago
Akron-The faculty of the Univer-.
sity of Akron handed the seniors an

SATURDAY

N.. Y. U.-The rifle team of New
York University will shoot Rutgers by
telegraph! Ten men from each uni-
versity will compete, but only the sit
sighest scores from each team- will fig-
ure in the results, the scores being
transmitted to each team by telegraph.
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Lennox Robinson's Hilarious Comedy
THE CAST INCLUDING:
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SYDNEY MORGAN
AND ORIGINAL COMPANY

Direct from a Brilliant Season in New York and
Chicago, Preceded by a Record Run of 300 Per.
formances at the Ambassador's Theatre, London
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community. This made it pleasant and
convenient for the married trainees,
who were thereby enabled to have
their families with them.
Have Definite Progrm
The resident center at Nauvoo, Ill.,
has both neuro-psychiatric and
quiescent tubuercular trainees. How-
ever, these men are convalescent cases
not sufficiently recovered to take a
full course of training and yet not so
sick as to necessitate their remaining
n a hospital. A certain number of
hours a day is devoted to study, while
sufficient time is allotted for rest and
recreation. They are under the su-
pervision of the medical officers who
prescribe the necessary amount of
study, rest and recreation, making pos-
sible a program which could not be
carried out elsewhere.
The training center which is being
completed at Bellevue, Neb., will be
devoted primarily to neuropsychiatric
cases. Another was recently opened
at Port Jefferson, N. Y., with all mod-
ern facilities and conveniences for the
nroper handling of convalescent cases.
These cases can be best taken care
of when the training is based on
"nrescription" and the rehabilitation
division of the Veterans' bureau has
been studying the best types of voca-
tions to be taught neuropsychiatrio
cases. They confidently predict that
practically every neuropsychiatric case
will make a "social recovery," through
he proper type of training, so ar-
ranged as to tide these men over their
period of convalescence.
Now Aim at Efficiency
The chief tuberculosis consultant for
the Veterans' bureau is at present en-
,aged in getting these centers up to
the maximum of efficiency for the care
of disabled'veterans, and the chief
neuropsychiatric consultant is advis-
ing regarding the programs for the
neuropsychiatric cases.
A model training center has recently
been opened at Silver Springs. The
men are being taught general agricul-
,ire. carpentry, cabinet-making, ma-
chine shop work, electrical trades
leather work, mechanical drawing, and
the necessary academic subjects, which
make this vocational training feasible.
The trainees are housed in a modern
dormitory, comfortable and pleasant.
and everything has been done to make
the surroundings agreeable for these
disabled veterans.
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If you have an original "IDEA" for a story
that you think will make a good motion
picture, don't waste it but enter the
University Movie Contest

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R-C PICTURES C8RPORIITI8N
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NVLLIAM CHISTYCABANA
By DAN IEL CAfRSON GOODMA N
R STORY OF HOW LOVE BROECE OOWN
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THIS WAS THE BROAD CHARITY THAT THROBBED IN HIS
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US WAS THE LORE OF THE ANCIENTS - THE WISDOM OF CEN-
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LS GIVY.UN TO THE SCREEN A BEAUTIFUL STORY OF HUMAN
LIFE THAT APPEALS TO EVERY HEART

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

RULES OF CONTEST
1. All manuscripts must be typewritten on white
81/2 x 11 inch paper. Original copies, not- carbons,
must be submitted.
2. Manuscripts should be written as short as pos-
sible but fully explaining situations and detail of
story.
3. The writer's name and address must be on the
upper left hand corner of the first page of the man-
uscript.
4. Manuscripts not accepted will be returned only
if self-addressed and stamped envelopes are en-
closed.
5. Manuscripts will be Judged by competent
judges picked by The Daily and the producers.
6. Two prizes will be awarded, the first of $50
and the second of $25.
7. Manuscripts should be addressed to The Daily
in care of the scenario editor.
8. Contest elovs at 6 o'clock Wednesday night,
February 1et, 1922.

A FEW SUGGESTIONS
1. A scenario Is the description of the action of
a story in its proper order, but not necessarily di-
vided into scenes of giving the detailed action.
2. Don't forget that the heart and soul of the
scenario is its story. That is the great thing, the
essential thing, and the all important thing about
the scenario. If the story is a fascinating thing of
heart-interest, clean romance, adventure or mystery,
then your scenario is good at heart.
3. Stories of a dramatic type are desired. Drama
makes a more definite appeal and is easier to por-
tray than comedy or farcical comedy.
WHAT WE WANT IS AN "IDEA"
Something original is the essential thing in this
contest - something that is away from the time-
worn stories.
IT, IS NOT NECESSARY
for your "idea" to be developed into scenario form--
just simplytell us your story and we will attend
to the detail.-

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THIS CONTEST IS OPEN TO EVERYONE CONNECTED WITH THE UNIVERSITY WITH THE Ix.
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NOTE:-All those who are considering submitting scenarios and who desire and further informa-
tion can interview the producing company's representative at the publications reading room, second
floor of the Press Building, from 2 to 4 o'clock- Thursday afternoon, January 19, 1922.

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