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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY,

I MiE 43 EXTENSION PRAISES U,, S.COLLEGES
LET IUn IN TW1EES ('ld.n I'ofearuaAiiri
., .L. EIucaional Methods . ....

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SttI te To 11WoeedEAOI
~E SATETO BE CVR!
BY SIPEAKERIS FI
UNIVERISITY

Two of the forty tlire: U' : ivc:.y
Extension lectures which are to be
given during the next two weeks were
given yesterday. Prof. Earl V. Moore,
of the School of Music, gave an organ
recital at Cadillac. Prof. Ray K. Im-
niel, of the public speaking depart-
nelent, talked on "Nation Hale" at Mt.
Pleasant. Today, Miss Edith Thomas,

Berlin, Jan. 27.-(By A. P.)-Col-
lege and universities in the United
States have been held up as examples
of practical and admirable efficiency#
for the training of students, in an ad-
dro;s (elivered at the University of
Bcrim by a .Chilean professor, Dr.
Jose M. Galvez, one-time exchange
professor at the University of Califor-
nia. Dr. Galvex is now an exchange
professor at the University of Berlin.
Dr. Galvez spoke before a medical
association immediately following a.
discusion of the scope of German
science by the noted clinician. Pro-
fessor Wilhelm His. Dr. His warned

of the Library extension department, Germans against "the conceit and na-
will speak at Adrian upon "The Lib- tional self-satisfaction with which we
rary Extension Service".s not rarely overestimate our own
Monday, Prof. Calvin 0. Davis, of science and its researches.
the department of secondary educa- "The members of teaching staffs,
tion, will give 'the first of four lec- who are themhselves often trained and
tures on "Adolescence and its Educa- inormed in other callings, are not
tional Signiflcance" at Alpena. Prof. haughty and reserved toward the stu-
Davis will also speak at Onoway, Ban- dents," Dr. Galvez 'explained, "'but
gor, and Allegan on the same subject rather to they foster a camaraderie
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister, of the public with them. Furthermore, there is no
speaking department will give "Mac- I social cla distinction between col-
beth" at Big Rapids. Prof. Jesse R. loge and public-school teacher. The
Reeve3, of the political science depart- work of students is very highly de-
ment, will speak on "Reparations and veloped, because every honorable per-
International. Debts" at Saginaw. formance is given appropriation, re-
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, of the Uni- 1 gardless of what it is."
versity health service, will speak at-
Wyandotte Tuesday on "Prevention' of
Common Diseases".E
Wednesday, Prof. R. D. T.. Hollistor,
will talk on "Silas Marner" at Coop-lI (Continued from Page Nine)
ersville. Prof. Barbara H. Bartlett, of h.ad became turned by the applause
and her passion for notoriety involves
ing will speak on "Fundeental her in a tragedy that wrecks her repu-
Rights of Clildood" at Reading. tation. Lewis Stone is splendidly caa-
Ttin.. ~n..7:"- T] . as John Elliot, her producer, a self-

daugter of a reformed crook, who be- jIIVUTERTH ment here Sunday, February 11. PaulI
comes the head and brains of a gang " Dickey, who has the role of Sir Guy'
of international crooks in order to "The Super-S'" aapin ot of Grabourne, the villain, is a former
gain revenge for the unjust sentenc- Frank R. Adams' Cosmopolitan Maga- student of the University and was
ing of her father to prison. David zine story, comes to the Wuerth the prominent in campus entertainments
'Powell, in the role of Boston Blackie, ror s f this week. he story while here, bing president of the Com-
a gentleman crook, who is Mary's concerns Miles Brewster Higgins, a edy Club in '05 and '06.
"pa," ead a trog sppotin cat.youth of twenty who thinks he knows_
pal, heads a strong supporting cast. all there is to know about women-the
Announced as coming attractions is ,"
the appearance of Norma Talmadge self. He is, in fact, the typical boy e Stt-e
in "The Voice from the Minaret," of a small town and his family is true
Elaine Hammerstein and Conway sn dfamilyessvrywer.ARRlCK (Detroit)
to fmle vrwee
Tearle in "One Week of Love,". ands
Booth Tarkington's "The Flirt." The boy (played by Robert Gordon) "Irene," the delightful musical com-
endures all the torments of jealousy edy, which is now in its fourth sue-
because of his sweetheart, and a cessful season will be presented here
ORPHEUX homes i frthe uethrtby ei this week by the Vanderbilt Produc-
"A Dangerous Adventure," featu- called "sonny," and "mother's little ing company. Its appealing story of
ing Grace Darmond, which opens here boy." In an amusingly characteristic the New York shop girl contains all
Sunday, is an exciting story of the manner he suddenly becomes wealthy, the heart interest found in many of
African Jungles. the local newspaper calling him a our past big successes of the dramatic
Charles (Buck) Jones appears in "Napoleon of finance." The change stage, while its comedy element sur-
"The Bells of San Juan," which will brings about many laughable compli- passes in bright lines and situations,
be shown Wednesday and Thursday. cations, not the least of which accurs many of our biggest comedy successes.
This is a typical Western picture with when Miles is notified that through a The cast and production retain their
its setting laid in the northwestern mistake he has- been misinformed metropolitan setting, each season new
part of New Mexico. about his right to the money he has costuming as well as scenic effects be-
William Russell in "Man Size," will been spending in lordly fashion. ing provided. The former feature, as
be the closing feature of the week. "Poverty of Riches," the attraction in the past is still in the hands of Lu-
"Don't Shoot," Herbert Rawlinson's which will be shown Thursday, Friday cille, Ltd., and the exquisite designs
latest starring vehicle, which opens and Saturday, is a simple story expos- and coloring are an important feature
here Sunday, February 11, is the story ing and contrasting the lives of two of the production.
of a crook who is a real artist in his families, life-long friends, in their The delightfully tuneful score will
line which is either safe blowing or, happiness. The one seeks it through be interpreted by the "Irene" sym-
confidence work. He enters a house a happy home life and modest pleas- phonic orchestra augmented by the
at midnight to rob it and is mistaken ures. The other family chooses the theater's .own orchestra.
for an old sweetheart of the girl who path of financial- power andt-the hol -
is about to marry the owner of the low satisfactions that follow business IHUBillT- M ICIGAN (Peiroi) .
house. In anger, the man whose house success.
he has entered compels the crook to Beatrice Joy and Louise Lovely are Many a laugh is promised in Cyril
marry the girl, using a gun to enforce the two young wives; Richard Dix farcourt's play, "A Pair of Silk
his demands. The crook and his un- and John Bowers, their husbands. Stockings," which will be presented
eXpected wife take up life together Irene Rich plays for the first time the this week by the B:selle company.
and the groom is persuaded by his minor role of an old lady. This play will afford Minor Watson
strange bride to try the honest side of I The joys and sorrows of the stirring his first real chance at comedy. lie
nmaking a living for a while. Then Twelfth Century in England have been interprets Sam Thornhill, who wanted
come his troubles, for people will not portrayed in "Douglas Fairbanks in a Napier but his wife has insited on,
accept him. He has been a crook and Robin Hood," the new Fairbanks pro- buying a Borgia. Just to get even,
they pirefer him to remain one. duictin which will open an engage- Sam leaves lying about a bill for 70
- guineas for furs sent to a mythical

blond lady. Mrs. Thornhill does
appreciate the joke and promptly
cures a divorce from Sam.
Both stop at the country home

not the guests. Capt. Bagnal, missing his
se- train returns and, not wishing to ,
awaken the household, finds a ladder
of and climbs into the room. Sam is

Sir John and Lady Gower. Molly is
ignorant of Sam's' presence and the
latter confides in Irene Maitland, an-
other guest, that he still loves his for--
nier wife. Irene suggests that Sam
go to her room after the others have
° -tired and try to make peace with
her. Saln takes to the suggestion and
disguised, conceals himself in the
rocm. It happens that Molly is oc-
cunying the room just vacated by
Capt. Bagnal, fiance of Pamela, one of
Qhe M43JGAR
SAM
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discovered, is taken for a burglar and
bound with a pair of Molly's silk
stockings until the household can be
aroused. But Pamela enters mean-
while and Bagnal and Molly attempt
to make an excuse by reciting the in-
cident of the burglar. Upon investiga-
tion. Sam has disappeared but he
sprains his ankle and is unable to get
far away. The adjustment of the mis-
understandings make for delightful
.and hilarious comedy.

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Pr0t. JOM nuunwaiL of the epart-
ment of lhygiene and public health, at
Adrian, will disctuiss How 'a Commu-
nity May Become Healthy".
Thursday at Allegan, Prof Guy M.
Whipple, of the department of ex-
perimental education, will tell "How
to Train the Cifted Child". Prof. R. D._
T. Hollister. will speak on "Silas Mar-
ner" at Hudson. At Grand Rapids,
Prof. Marcel Clavel, of the department
of Romance languages, will give the
third of a series of five lectures on
"Marcel Prevot et Henri .Bordeaux".
Prof. Louis A. Strauss, of the English
depiartment, )will give the fifth lecture
of the "Series on Browning" at Lans-
iIlg.

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The supporting cast includes Kather- =
inc Williams, Adolphe Ienjou, Bian- CLEARY COLLEGE.
don Hurst and M4ym Kelso., O L G
"Missing Millions," in which Alice PREPARES FOR THE HIGHEST SALARIED POSITIONS
Brady returns'to the screen, is anoth- EHA
er of those elever crook plays in which INCLUDING
only the thinnest line separates the
celebrated financier from the notorious COMMERCIAL TEACHING
burglar. From the early scene where-
in the famous Cyclops diamond is stol- . In conjunction with the Normal College
en by two clever thieves at a fashion-
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'ally through great injustice to an in-
nocent man, a clever plot for ven- BUSINESS SERVICE:
geance and gold, and a cross plot byOK
international thieves. STENOGVIAPHIL' TYPEWRITING BQOKKEEPING
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F YOU pay all your bills
ola Music by check you'll n e ve r have
to pay the s am11e one. twice.
accents of a beautiful
laxing strains of lovelyYour returned vouchers are
.he gentle influence of
nd troubled little mind all the ..receipts necessary
eful rest.
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Sweet Potatoes-Southern Style
Mashed Potatoes (The fluffy kind)
French Peas-Buttered Carrots
Olives-Head Lettuce-Celery
Apple and Date Salad
Home made-
Apple, Cherry, or Pumpkin Pie
Pineapple Bavarian Cream (with nuts)
Cocoa with Whipped Cream
POSTUM AT ALL TIMES
Note:-We will remain open duing the entire examination
period. Good luck to you in the finals,
YOU WILL ENJOY YOUR SUNDAY DINNER

17o An y of these Appeal
to you?

SUNDAY DINNER
12-2
Chicken Noodle Soup

For those rst
nights-aVictr
The soft, restful
voice,-the sweet, ret
instruments; under t
these, the disturbed a
slips easily into peac
There are a hun
in your daily home Ii
and Victor music prov
price. Why go anot
Victrola? We make
own! We will delive
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OXFORDS

Furnishings
For Correct
Evening Dress

JOHN WARD men remcm-
ber when the standards of
Qdr-ess at leading Universities
ran to corduroys and jerseys. The
undergraduate today is the best
drest man in all the country.Taste
in shoes, for instanseisnmost
exacting. The pattern of the John
Ward styles and the volume of
the John Ward business prove it.
The John Ward representativ
displays in:

We believe we have the best fitting danc-
ing shoe made at any price. Try all others
first, then let us fit you and you will appre-
ciate the difference without us saying any-
thing more.
We have these made for us with belting
leather insoles and outsoles and in a con-
struction that will hold its shape the best and
be the most comfortable of any dancing ox-
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