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February 16, 1922 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-02-16

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.l To
Users

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:e results from the appeal to
users of the open reference
)f the Library that was issued
xnan W. W. Bishop two weeks
reported by the official cata-
of the building. The growing
reference privileges by a few
marked chiefly by careless-
-eturning books to the shelves;
e report of the Librarian ne-
niber of books have already
turned, some of which had
y been decided upon as lost.
r the reading rooms, but also
)partments 'of the Library re-
ilar returns, so. that a large
on of the missing books can
eentered on the records.
shows clearly," was the corn-
the Librarian, "that the only
.or the losses is carelessness
students, The policy of main-
open shelves for reference
ite advantages to the student
a whole, and it certainly
e continued at a financial sac-
the University. The co-opera-
students and a number of
rho,_ appreciated the difficulty
Lry authorities, however, has
the continuation of the plan
jtime."
:udent Advisory committee as-
the proposed plan by sending
,s to all fraternities, sororitis,
w clubs, asking them to warn
mbe~s and co-operate with the
es.
:LESS TO SEND
'HONY CONCER'T
-_a
corps men of the local R. 0.
,n to continue the radiophone
and will send out the music
Detroit Symphony orchestra
Feb. 20, and all future con-
d in Hilk auditorium.
;s telephone apparatus is lo-
the R. 0. T. C. building, and
.smitter, which records the

ond balcony of Hill auditorium,. The{
last two concerts have been sent out
by the radiophone and since then,
the men interested have been working
to improve the apparatus. The radio-
phone in use now, has a comparatively
small range, and it Is hoped by the
Signal corps officals to have instru-
ments in the near future that will
cover greater territory.
HARRIS 'OOE, rROMINEN{T
DETROIT BUSINESS 1WL& DIES
William Hackett Harris, 'OGE, of De-
troit, prominent in industrial, fi1nan-
cial, and social activities in Detroit
during the last 25 years, died at, the
age of 53 at the Ford hospital early
Sunday morning of acute appendicitis.
After his graduation from the Uni-
versi~ty, Mr. Harris was connected
with the Michigan Central railroad
as a civil engineer, and later with the
Wolverine Manufacturing company.
Mrs. Charles Mills Gayley, of Berkeley,
Cal., wife of the author of "The Yellow
and Blue," is 'a sister of Mr. Harris.

he said. "They used to laugh when I
camped on their doorsteps, and say
that black-facers were a 'frost' in
pidtures and for mie to be on my Nays
And they 'Were right; the expression-
less cast a face -takes ,under the burnt
cork kills it' for pictures. Al Jolson,
McIntyre and Heath, and Bert Wil-
liams are all funny men, but the film
men don't bother them any more than
they did, me. Blackf ace success is
purely at msatter of material and voices;
there is no pantomime in :it."

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Quang Tung Lo.
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droop to his mouth watched a laughing group pour
out of a building. 'Mly God! the pity of' it!'I I heard
him say. Then he added, If I weren't such a
damned coward I'd shoot myself."'

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University of )Ylih19a
APpearing in the March Number of

The clamor for more film comedies
has risen to such heights' that the big
producing companies are, fighting hard
to lure they leading' stage comedians
into their ranks. Whereupon no less
than three' film producers are dicker-
ing with. "'white-face" F'rank Tinney,
who, in "Tickle Me," will be seen at
the Whitney theater tonight.
When the droll wit took off his
traditional burnt cork and appeared
"straight" after the first act, as he
does now for the first time n1 "Tickle
Me," the shrewd film men began buy-
ing seats. 'They wanted to see, if the
famous humor had disappeared 'with
the soot. Their current offers are the,
result of their investivation. Aned as'
for Tinney, he is elated.
"It's my first bid. for the 'flitties',"1
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house was made unbearable. Grim reminders of
the ipast tooks form in the shape of a huge black
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doers that, opened ;and closed without human effort.
And then to cp. the 'climax" a hord of unwelcome-
relatves settled upon theme for the s=-mme r.
You'll enjoy this picture. It's oru of the strangest
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