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SUNDAY. JANUARY 25, 1925

THE MICHIGAN

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The
Campus
Today's question: Do you think the'
eclipse was worth getting up to see?
Where asked.- The Union.j
The answers: Hlubert B. Zerman,
'27.-"No. 1 did not think it worth
getting up to see, so I stayed in bed]
and got my much needed rest. 'There
is nothing to. learn from seeing an
eclipse..,It was more a curiosity, and
I was not curious."
'Herman Kass, '27.--"Yes, I believe
it 'was worth while. Anything that
comes' but once in 2,000 years or so
is worth seeing, even it one has to
get uip Before 8 o'clock to (d0 it."
Jacob Levin, '28.-"1 sacrificed my
usual Saturdlay morning nap, bult it
wvas'worth while. The lighting effect
1)li e the envy of any electrician.
If B am around in 2024, I'll be no)
with,- the other curious."
) Wward H1. Suihler, Jr., '2C'h "Yes, I
beli$YVe it was: Of course, it is im-
pos iible to really learn anything from
rnicfr u sight, but merely as a natural
pheemenon, it was wvell worth see"-
inig.' It was a misfortune that a clear
sky, could not have.hbeen provided for
the occasion."
Clidrles R. Marshall, '27.-"Certain-
ly, sam'ething which one can view
only' once in a life time is worth get-
ting.,up at 9 o'clock in the morning to
see."
La b.ent Mind ed;
Hi~lt By Trolley
hrence Esther Morse, '25, 105:3j
W.991)enaw avenue, was slightly in-
juro(I by a street car yesterday morn-
ing *t the intersection of Washtenaw
and' south University avenues. Miss
M~orse~ was on her way toa 9 o'clot,-h
examination at the time, and appar-
enlly did not notice the alproa('h of
the street car.
Slip was taken to University Hlospit-
al sifl'ering from bruises about the
heaet I11 r condition is not serious.
T(,gucigalpa, H onduras, Jan. 24. T3 , n--on l c n r s od y r tii ?
Owh 6,ections of Dr. Miguel pay, I9ara--.
horna 'and Presseutaccion (Guezatia re-
sp~ectively as president and vic(. -pre,)-
idei tof the republic of ffondurfls.

Stirs Opium Meet
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dry'',tems omnoebigin by a professor in the Englsh de- man theateri a g', to the univeriy/L vrty
(,zt s . " ling of "cowe, o ld IiItlis'i, prmeb tiy eorge E* a: , cntrol ~f the
M n So v Ch m sP z l ;oI i t e" recrrect ans wer was prmn. p rtsRegent, Piccadilly and Gordon the-
D rawv Lots To D ecide 1 i/nnCY "Lyeo , i" or "kee" The following i V-lIl , O e ae tern s o01 ined by Rochestrite-
g.'- swer e eleved "ioe,'' 'k ~1) e," iet: with M. atnI's moey in Co; 9-
Lei etra f h hmsClti omk h e t" kae, "kae," "kne," "hue." R ochester iM otion a tro. ogaielaopo'tn
Mayor George Lwsysedya-teCiesciost aetecnet Am;; !:_I st'amblintgblock watrs "ne-I - They ognzdacroainwich
to. noon dr ew the name of Miss Wini-!entirely above question." The 1 u::';e il~v', a,>: l'he ri lit answer)I C~tture "'hecters hOS turned over title of two0 theter:s
Fred Smeaton of Ann Arbor as the was pr inted on- the cover of1' Ili'J w 'ei''A, xrathi r than "ag _____ to the university. Th'Ie C or on is st1l
w~inner in the $20 Chimes cross-word uary (Chimes, out Thrdaky, wilie :.;- gei ,' V.a-; c (umon so l it ln for Owned by thle astman interests bt £s
Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 4.--The Tim
puzzle contest. Miss SmIonnheltions were due Friday night. 'urea. l yi'l :,'" while ono Vels.teadian ves'tofIIchete Iat ial co- II operation.
daughter ofProf. W.G. Smeaton tofI Jason Cowles, hulmox'editor' ofThe :id t *~iio i " weslvelin Imaking y -_____ofRcester_____________n-_
the chemistry department. will be I Daily, tur ned in tef' .;xr in the' certainin Tiae:. lhe Chamber o1'(trolled the (notion pictu re theatier ielld I odon Jan. 24.-A uelele serenl-
awarded $10 by Chimes and $10 in! contest. Hils was one o1' the 18 corie.'t ( 'init rrees ; el:~T breviat ion was lin Rochester today. It wvas aInnotIne-' ade to his close friend, Capt. Mike
trade at Pratt andl Dunn, State street'The names, of aill .-ho solvc(dI the pi-also ltI' a Koffby many of the en ed that title to the Regent and Picea - ardeRl, bed-ridden following a hunt-
furnishing store. zie ccx retly will behr=j:'iated i I ii.:1tl'a t s. dilly thealter;; had passed to the uni- ing ijry, was g;iven by the Princve of
Of the 9a solutions to the puzzle, 281 February C'hinmes. 0110 naxx er had the sapelling of the; versity, making three theater:, in the \VAIes in a Savoy hotel bedroom.
were correct, IMayor Lewbis drawing Bt even aor eih.t itt: akes x! 2r(' "it L haloh loliwsse5is pic.king iup,''chain (now operated by the instifit io.-
the winging num~ber at the r'equest of made by t hos;'e (sdualifaed fo Ln tas '"I1 ;." T 'his soluion i x9, wa>hndedl Following the opening of the ast- PA XTROIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS

Th'ie gulf between the United Statesi
and Gi eat Britain in the international
Opium c'onference in Geneva is widenf-
ing asa result of the attack of Rep.
Stephen G. Porter, above,'of Pnsl
Peny-vania, upon Lord Cecil, in which he
charged Great Britain withbad faith.
Representative Porter is chairman of
the American delegation. I* his reply,
Lord Cecil said his country was
against American proposals for the
Suiprzession of opium.
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,iI STFNDII\G AS IMMIENSELY POPUf-
L.AR AND SO WE WILL CONTINUtE IT
A1NOTHIER WEEK STARTING }
SUNDAY MATINEE ________ ___
Proudly but Modestly We
Boast screen Su remacy
Isadore Soloman Hasw
.Arrived inT wn and Yul
Yo1 Givme i the Glad Hand
Whe~n i'ou mcet hie you'll want
THE CRITICS (a slap him on the bacle
COLUMN64 and shout-
Including Major Publications
That Are Recognized-
A uthorities
LIFE'
"It is more interesting as a ploy j "
than 'Poldekin.'"
THE CLIPPER
'It touches on life and Its truisms.
Proved entertaining as well as amus- "
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE -MONITORL
"It is made to be laughed at, and
distinctly achieves its aim." ________
WALTER ID. HICKMIAN IN INDIANA J-Pr's
DAILY TI)IES Maara
"You are welcomed" a hundredl- 3'ale
times, :stranger. You put a smile ohsan
3rur faces and a little more of the 'erl
k milka of human kindness in our «) ';-nin
( I ldren 10e-
ST. 1)UIS GLOBE Schedule
*It is without hesitation that we } t 1:U-3:0
It is hilariously funny, hut it is ratber r 4:93i* 1+
humor of broad farce. mil'
A ~JEWISHI FOI'M~i
"there are assuredly an abundance
_f laughs in "Welcome Stranger."
NEW YORK WORLD
"rhe play has seine of the atnmos-
phiere and pmanner of 'Get-Rich-Quickt
IVllingfoird' Its charac- is a k lot I ' L;z g 'If ,i&< c'd :72
tern; are capital." j
H V~OIBONlaunoi th.lh(! I, S r, I uU itC4;Hittia al pu5rmn ofl
TRIBUNE laghtr.r
"Teplay is generally diverting.
S o i he credit is dIne to a play-.
wiIght who has used familiar material So ::x.I " ~ ~ !, 1( a': )di
discreetly, almost satirically at ^
SIm es. c( ante l)(wc s l~ c
" 'Welcomne 1troiwE;er' is good enter-_Q
.11k IrO lu ! .dt
THE ,~REAlVThor/I a lju£ li~~a!h'!lL2Y
"Kept the audience in smiles
thcgot te prom ne r ,Hoffman has written it all in a pure IwZtSolomn Vll W llc~U You Dgo It
comedy vein without, bitterness or'xFrmte(eaBodwyPab
reproach-more credit to him."
A.F. kHT NRO. FA3IOUSr DRAMATIC (f Aaron Hoffman CII FDTOT
the funniest. play here this season."Brnn,'ecm togr s- DORE D AVD O
tri hudseit, Henry Fordl in- As Isadoe Solonion
ceiuded.''
BALTIMORE A 3IER1CAN FL R N E'IO
"If you wish to laugh, until you are NOAH BEERY
xhausted, witness and enjoy this
play for the interest never fails and ROBERT E O

it is the best comedy of its kind ever
given in New York."_ VALLEY FALLS ' e L YDH G E
"al, W EEKS IN- DETROIT- NEW6iS VIRGINIA BROWN
~-Is1 made fre, shly amusilig by FAIRE
the use of humorous observations andI=R PA/
droll situations that oiriginate in the WM cV. MONG
chrces"And tl'r T aiart re:3 iii One o ttcs
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