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May 06, 1923 - Image 10

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'run ~trouble than she would oerdinarily. The
SL~ MEiinn Fi avse heIish not to fight
R LS J iIJ ritin' armesbutbecusethie party,
riii Twa not powerful, this plea met with
FENM U I itl epne
Professor Turner went on to discuss
SPEAiS IRISH the revolt of 1916, the various party
NIZATIQIA AT systems in Irelandl, andl the attempts
NIS HOPKINS at Ecompromlise until the Free State
agreement was reached. In closing,
the speaker said that although peace !
Turner, of the Europeanbidsfairto return to Ireland, pros-
mient, who is delivering perity will not be restored for many
rlectures at Johns Hlop- years. The guerilla warf are has caus-
yon present EuropeanI ed the loss of property and wealth, and
:e last Thursday on the ; the emigrationi of many prosperous
Sinn Fein~ movement.
of the Sn Fein to Ire-:
partly to the growthofine t s
nality that occurred Th at r
nd partly to the realiza- (Cotninued from Page Nine)
.risk people that upon for its breath-taking , iterest and
~pended their salvation, !splendidl daring.
Turner. t dded attractions are Clyde Cook's

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Beginning Sunday, through Tuesday,
the Orpleutn presents Edward (Hfoot)
Gibs'on in "Dead Game," which is a
story of a western "dude" who visits
New York and then, on his return west,
tries to inaugurate eastern ideas into
a cow-camp. The amusing incidents
apd dramatic situations are many.
On Wednesday, and 'Thursday, "Thej
Woman Who Came Back" will be
shown. The story was adapted from
Stephen Mckeenna's widely discussed
n~ovel, "Sonia." it is strongly dramat-
ic, depicti'ng the clash of wills of two
fascinating characters, Sonia and DJa-
vidi. Evelyn Brent, who plays 'the role
of Sonia, is now Douglas F'airbanlks'
new leading lady.
A "Snub" Pollard comedy will also
be shown.
On Friday and Saturday, Buster
Keaton will be featured In' a hilarious
seven-reel comedy, in wh ich the com.
edian frolics' in the most ingratiating

Michigan Alumni Lead Others
In ations To Alma Mater'

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"More than" $100,000,000 has been 1igan men in touch with the University
yen to Amerlin universities by I to their mutual advantage. The asso-
eir alumni in the past four years' clation has more than 100 active clubs!
nd of this amount the alumni of Mich- ;in all the larger cities of America, and
,an have given 'more to their Alma 4 0 alumnae organizations. The asso-3
later than has the graduate body of, ciation urges that every senior after'I
ny other state university-in the United graduation should try to associate
tates." This statement was made himself with the nearest alumni group
yWilfred B.' Shaw, '04, secretary of of this number.
he Alumni association, yesterday in I The Michigan Alumnus is the offi-!
peaking, upon the growing movement cial paper of the Alumni, association
fcollege graduates in' this country which every week goes to more than
)wards active, support of their 8,000 alumni telling them everything
chools. that happens at the University. It is
"President, Burton noted in his first { the means by which the graduate may
eport that over one-third of the pres- keep4 up with the latest developments
at property of the University has along all lines at isiA lma Mater, and
een given by alumni," Mr. Shaw can- also with the other members of his
inued. "Pi this the Union, Alum~ni class.
enorlal H all, Hill auditorium, Betsy The Alumni association is now urg-
;arbour and Martha Cook dormitories, ing the senior class to subscribe 100
Iements library and the Law Club are per cent to The Alumnus before grad-
'pical of almicit. ation. The price is $2.50 a year.
Michigan's Alumni association be-I This fee also includes membership in
;an In 1$60, 15 years' after thie first= the association. It may be paid at ti: 1
ass graduated from the University, tresuror's office along with the senior'l
Iis makes it one of the oldest alumni' diploma fee, orr mailedI to Wh2fred B..
rganlzations ini the country and the Shaw at the Alumni Memor ai i a11.
alay perhaps the largest alumni body. Senate Committee to Ifeld Meeting
dest ofmteritatnuniversities.umtber
~an Amricn uivesit nuber jBay City, May 5. By, A.P.-The Un~it-
ag 31,000 living graduates and 15,000 ell States senate' committee .on refor-
noz-graduates. estation will holdl a hearing here May
The function of the Alumni as' ocia- 8. From 'here the committee goes t
ion is to k~eep this great body of Mich- Grand Rapids. It~
-eBn 1cenan rs

Students wishing pa tm oka em


job apply at any time
7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
at N ew Iiterary Bldg.

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ring Mec wvar, the Sinn rein recog- ,U1IcmeLty, i n*±Ari., ' ~ia ~sinleree
the fact that England, pressed novelty, "The Land of Tut-Ankh- Arcade CI
3," enemies, would be more likely Amen," and an augmenited Wuerth "The Tiger's Claw," with Jack Holt,,ty]
ant concessions to avoid domestic orchestra. and Eva, Novak, comes to the Arcade 1
f cr a. three-day run, beginning' Sun- ga
_____________________________day. The story is concerned with Samrn Il
indeill, an. American engineer i' Tt
I~n'dia, who is clawed by a tiger, with koij
'Proesso Tha Di"e~ethe result that the fever of the tropies oli
t eshold of him. A native woman tot
Is Called vDaqady 1Ry Students ;iire him back to life, and, in grati- Iof
tude, he marries her. Later the arrival1in
antaonixi ~of the girl he loves complicates af-,no
of. Filibert Roth, of the forestry bristling atgns of first attempts fairs for him. Plats laid against San-,
tment, might be termed a "cold at seriously enforced chocks to actual dell, and the blowing uip of the damti
professor that's different." There' reservations 6f the' lands;. and -finally form thrilling incidents in the story.
few men in any field -whio have; to' efficient and effeatve, administra- 'Gloria ES-e nson in "Prodigal Daugh-
a wider variety of experiences.' tion of~ these r'eserved Tanids. - ' ters" comes here on "Wednesday for
msor Roth is now 65 years old In' 1882, returning t Wisconsin, he the rest of the week. In "Prodigal
has been recently made professor 'did a' great deal of lunxbering and he Daughters" Miss Swanson, in the role
itus by the Board of Regents. taught school. He wiorked with the! of "Swiftie" Forbes, the young womtan
ming from a farm in the -wood-; other men in water lixp to )his neck who seeks a new way to. "break the
sof Germany, Professor Roth Ith~at was at the freezing point most of TPen Commandments," is shown in 'a
d as an immigrant Inu the United the time. Hie felled trees, drove role strikingly different fromh anything
:s 52 years ago. As ho stepped ! sleighs and lived in lbunk-houses with Shie has attempted before. Ralph
the boat a tag could be seen the rest of the men, AndI then, In (raves, playing opposite' Miss Swvan-:
ering from his coat with the the same year he came to the Uni- socn, gives an effective presenitation of
is "send me to Ann Arbor." Bt Invt y.thje young man who. clings to clean C
ion moved to Wisconsin and from vr1y ideals. Theodore Roberts plays the
'when only 1,6 he struck out' for father who has somehow grown too
Ves. ,As a stu~dent here,, Professor R~oth old-fashioned for. his ultra-mod,0rn
Troule Wth Id~a~s Iwa~s particularly interested 'in taxi- family.
Troube Wit Indins dermy. MIany of the muntins in the;
from in hose days was quite dif- museum now are his work. At grade. I~C~y~~
ifrmthe west of, today. Hie ation he was asked to remain as' an eA#' S &*~
ed his livelihood for the most part instructor of mnathematics but the call
he country, hunting buffalo, tradl-; of out-of-.doors was' still too strong 'in Grik( 0-)
and trapping wolves. He fre-' his blood. The government procured 'C ~r~~(~t~t
Ily rov heds f cttl frm h~ ~kvie~ as ' fre~r. ate he auncey ,Olcott, America's fore-
tlydroe hrd ofcatlefro ( isserice a a orete. Lterhemost exponent of Irish romance on
s to Montana for the summer went to the Cornoll Forestry school the stage, comes to the Garrick forf
ing. Professor Roth witnessedI to teach.- Still later hbe acceepted a pe week beginning Sunday' evening,
to students here is perhaps pure- poito as Superintendent of the Na- in, "The Heart Hof Paddy Whack."1 This
velstic. Indian outbreaks were tional Forest Reserves. play was originally staged by Henry
ing, startling out there. Finally Professor, Roth wias induced M~illed, and had the distinction of
ofessor Roth is deeply impres- to return to Michigan gas a professor br'eaking all records for box offie re-, i
stic and through this trait his of forestry and here he has~ remained cepts in, a sensational transcoiltinent-j
r'uences have given him an unusu- since 1903. Hs personality holdis his -.I tour. Mr. Ol1cott has, season after
storical background,.lHe was in! classes inspired. long, after the hour season, provided wholesome entertain-;
Vest at the time when Secretary h as sounded. H~e has a manner, when'I fWent in a combination of Irish ro--
iterior Schurtz issued his order there is a rapid-fire discussion in full mance and 'tuneful popular ballads. 'Hei
erning the destruction of govern- sway, of pushing his gla.sses far down possesses a velvety voice, a dashing
trees. He witnessed the change upon his nose' and beaming on hi spirit, and an infectious Comedy vein,
entirely unhindered exploitationu class. 'And 'Professor RotLh is"the only Iall ofwch ae nere i t i
tional resources, through amused professor called "daddy" by his sttu-_________
mnceat utie rstricton~,~ ''~' ' "~ ~ '~Let "Jimmie the adtaKer" find it!
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re now facing another Housecleaning. I-ow are you going to
is time? Do you remember how tired and nervous you-were
liI afte, every rug had been carried outside, beaten and sw~ept
id, and carried in again? It wans a hard and tedious job Let
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