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SATURIAY,'M ARCh 23, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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slII is bhumali nat nrc. But w-hen itj present branches of engineering grewG
(r018 .-; ( Wing colars. .. . ..out of this.
..F. Caley, '1 -'e.It iIS 8tptee-
loee I ) e tioW fhOali(+fl ia11na gw,. March 27. 'Th cN icaragr
(ii u ilc 1ol )I ly mll It. hi ut 171 121 Conglress y('.iC.F1':y rec ie'(F;':I theC
tt11 r: 8' \ 8 8\' I(All 1)1 ti t is attractive. proposed 10ain 01."500,000 I fe'e t ly Ine-
jNol ic : howv ()idlily a new rstyle of oi jated Iby 1 l thiex' g, ,overlnmernt Wit 11 New,

U re tone c :tiei= 18n5ot 1iit y or a new
11re o a dice 1 (r ;dZ8Longins members.
1 'cliiiical g ornesot he ceamt us are
t("o bia!C_ '.. " to oe ; ,, :veDoinYIIucthint
.oal usin o o hn!that Johnson's accusatio that a- IPR~ ~II
Michigan men are just "carlbon.1>a-(
per" conformers is justified? Mu ITTL1I!LII!
Wh'Iere as ked: Tre li i1rary.
bhe answers: Ainelia K. 3ehIn-hort "UEY GT HRE
'26.- "Most Michigan men are ;oiz-
formists b~ecause of necessity rather WitIi the simort of Dean M1?ortimuer
than choice. Sad, isn't it? lBnt Wilefl:I'..(,c) eief1 lie Colleges of Engineer-
it comes to ideas, each has his own -. A1 0 r, n
inn ail AcbiectrcandJoseph A.
just ask him."
C. II Snidr, '2.- -"If a act e d- 1 rly, I ea iiof Students, the national
propriate, is it not all right? Plat <anx #i{' ltu a1 f ev; of thle Society of Ameri-
Sy one who is foolish uh to stt~I~nd , i', tr y enlginieers hias granted

York bail lei'l. It object( to thli
term s.

['a; s, AMarchi 27,-- The French birth
181 .e colO..i)110 0odecline. In 1924
w -,aere 52,1I01 hi rthsn;and 679,8851
., i 6 cn ~-. , ar;:I?11th the 95,000 the year-
lwfo a - (z 1111811 v': excess of births
be:; lii ilento. bu t still totals 300,000.
Your Su!sripticmn is payable now.

CY).1/iNG TO YOi U fNI) Y JI 'I I' 7 1)ND I)J(;x I Y r l ' -Ii 1
A/1A JJsS'IC OhF7 -11/ G M "I(; T I .I ' l .YTFUTJvJUA11;x1 '1W(' 0 iC Ncl,1 I1
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around as ani advertisement for wing,,
collars deserves to 1be laughed at -
such treatment might lbring him to his,
senses. Non-conformity ante inn pro -
priateness are not the same thing.''
- M. Newman, '26. -"Yes, 'to a large
-extent. however, I think they arse,
justified in their iatitudle 1 0w8 18 winig
collars. Conformity do unimportant,
wdetails is n-erable."
Jienore Carter, '24.-"Yes, I believe
-the accusation is justified. Not only
,in regardi to Michigan men, but also,

a att 110:811#,(18i1tei to the local society
et imicleryr engineers. The officers of
theT-M iehigan chapter are : J. Seide,
-0-l a pJresi(Ient; 13. MV. Collins, '25E
vir('-l1re: id r~t enmd W. V. Owen, '26E
secart a; ry and t rca surer. As active
lionoruary members Ibear- Cooley andi
Dean 131!e:ley were taken in.
The object of this society is to hind
together the military and engineering
professions. Previous to the Civil war
all1 engineers were military engineers
hut later th-ose who designed andI sup-
ervise()thec construction of b~uildings

A Theatre
Mianager 's
Greatest Honor
I,5 the Pr esentat ion for his~ patrons f
just such an achlievement as this comn-
bined wvith a star whose senisational
fame in "Little Old New York" set
the whole country to praising lher
work.
-LINSOLICITEI) CRITICSMS
You will inote that each opinion adl-
mits their inability to express the pic-
tu res mammothness.
NEW YORK AMERICAN
"Janice Meredith" will ben lovedl by
cvc v American who will feel it a
['pteasanlt, duty to see it and (1( hom-
age to this great, historical photoplay
made so real by, Marion Davies's sym-
pathectic performance. Embracing
the highest art of the screen, it is a
tclling lesson in patriotism.
-Bour/la A. Parsons
'PH ; NFWV YORK HERALID
NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Jaice Meredith" is one of the big
successes. It is a, dleightful picture
filletd with drama and romance. Mar-
ion D avies *Y' most clever and al-
luring young actress on the
screen and her per~formance
is without flaw. "Janie
\Iereclith' may go oin the
list of things to see if one
wishes to have a thrilling
tf Inc.
-Hal/rriette Underh ill

in regard to everyone., everywhezcre- - were termed civil engineers and the
coining 'Tomorrow

WhereTb e in't oen Cmmndmnt
"SEALEGS"'

--Mftm

BAP TRAM

VEIIt'NEI{
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IVcok

KEITH
With Six Vaudeville Acts

'Thle NI;vV YORK T"IME:S
No more brilliant achieve-
moent inl ambi tiouls jubtioni
pictures dealing with hiistor-
ical romance has ever been
exhibited than Marion Day-
105CS latest production , "Jain-
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MARION. DAVES JANICE MRLDITH

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pensf o a
her ideals
go crashing
down? What
.comes to take
their place?
You'lfind the ansji
wer in this startlingi
picture, of smart,1
American society.

LA. iT TR 1MES TODAY
ThceILoveC Affairs of Jcffrcy% Dw'tr
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Half Id-alis,..
1Haif Scibsualgd,
Hc Fought tifKu-p
His Self Respect,
A Daring Subject Dd ica ely an'C
Exveniing
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!ELEANORI
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A IL EEN
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''II, \WORLDi
'1 aince iMereditbi is a -
£11111 in which battle anid ro-
niance are skill fully blend-
edi tothe inaxinuneffect.
( pcriung xxwithithe simple
hove story of CodonialI life,
it (Irvclos nmagniificently in-
111 81n engrolssinig iistoric~ul
(locullint of the struggle for
independence.
DAILY NE"WS
"Jaiic Meredith" is tihe
\'crx- soul of America. It is-
ai miasterly, gorgeous page
from4 history with the tellinug
of the hirth of our country
from its conception the night
of the Boston Tea Party until it
stands able-bodied, making its bowv
as a niatlonl to the French Court.
Faultless scene;, ar'tistic direct ion,
and a smooth scenario all act as a
back-ground for tile delicious star,
Mi on Davies. 'There is sq nmuch to
bie said for this historical (rama and
so much to lie said for Marion Dav-
ies that the onlly way to prove it to
youirsel f is to go and see it.
-A [jidi-ed Spaina
D)AILY MIRROR
')he picture is all epic of screen
romapece, hi stor'ical accuracy, brilliant
direction, anda superb photographly.
Colunmns of wvords won't afford a
competenlt telling of "Janice Mere-
dith" Tle film is veritably imarrowed
witlli thrills,, romnce and beauty. Miss
l)av~es is great.
-(coi'ye Holland
TH'IE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE
lising to thie greatest heights of her
screenl career, Marion D)avies dazzled
the audtiene ill "Janlice Meredithl.'"
']'his is a great epic which is a con-
tinuons successionl of dramatic thrrlls.
'PIlE CHRISTIAN SCIFENCE.
MONITOR
"'Janice Meredith" is as finie a mo1-
tion~ picture as . has yet been made.
TIEMORNING'TELEGRAPH
A remlarkably skillful blending of
history anld romance. Those coil-
cerned ill its production have sue-
ceedled in miakinig something epic ill
duality. They have hiandleol the hs
torical data and spectacular side, of it
excellently, yet they hlave never lost
sight of tile ultimate story. TPhe pic-
ture's hlighl point is tile setWlilce
sho0wing General Washinugtonf cross-
ing tile Delaware. TIhis is no less
thai) iinspiing.
-Pefer 1A/i/ne

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Why I.gm In
The Theatre
B1usiness
Sometimes myl friends ask m-e.
Isometimnes I ask myself. It's a game
wher'e you work from morning till
slighlt. It calls you oil Sundays, and
Christmas ando New Year's, ano all
the other days of the year. You
work whlen the other fellow plays,
andt work when he works, too.
But. now I'll tell you wy.
IT'S BECAUSE OF TIHE WON-
)FRFUL AND) GLORIOUS HAP-
P1IESS AND) CONTENTMENT
THAT THRILLS AND ThNC 1_ISS
'() YOUR BOOT-TOPS WIIEN,
YOU PLAY SUCH MA; SIVE
lPRODI'C'NOi NS AS PAL L,'I
CUSTI(;R F RD'S EPIC 1 \KING
1PRO)I~i. 1'1ON, "JANICE .IE1fR-
i'DlI'Tt' ,IEATUI'ING MARION
1)A\l'I S AND) ASSISTED BY
8,- PlAYLIRS.
I ca't pIly stper-prolun-
110115 every week. They
(o'take theml that oftn.
I can't send every single
cutstomner awy every blesseo
day f romn every soitay
fi shoiw just tickled to death.
BUT I CA N HOLILE,-.
-AND YFL'I -- A.NO
SING - AND D)ANC I'
AND) LAUGH - A X D .
CRY WITHI TI-IF, SuiF1,E
JOY OF IT WHEN I
LOOK AT A PICT~URE
MASTERPIECE SUCHI
AS THIS, AND) KNOW
THAT I'M GOING TO0
:. SHO0W IT ON M\Y
>> ,SCRUN FOUR TIMES-
A DAY FOR A WVI-hOLE:
ikVDIENCI IS( )N l (O
- IRE ATS'PS P I, VE
C iL 'IN 1.it', 1 Cv 'fITs
WXLCItK startng Su(ic
and believe me, it's 11w hfi-
cst pitre we'v shein
with ut except ion and when
you go out you'll tell me tat
YOU WISH YOU WERE:
IN THE , TH-EATRE
BUSINESS, TOO!
Respectfully
JAS. S. HIIrmI)SON.
i>rold I-eff ernan, Detroit News,
seid :;--A magnificent histoical spec-
' t:.rl(' based on the American Revolu-
tion, finely staged, comupetently acted
l11( directed withl sympathy and f eel-
i~g-tiatis "Janice Meredith," lit-
cst lproducltionl from tie Cosmopoi-
tan studios.
F*or slheer miagnitude, few films of
recent months can approach "Janice
Meredith." And unlike so many
other big productions whose sweet and
simple love stories have been over-
pewercd by the spectacular end, "Jan-
ice Meredith" survives at all times
because the two themes blend like the
mleshinlg of gears in a smooth-running
automobile.
-.J anice Meredith" reaches its zen-
i with tile crossitg of te Deii
V" ure, which seems to us ou- of the
mot stirillg episoodes ever pictu'-d.
th~e vahiant hand of soldi'rr~ strug-
hug - to f, ,rcc their way through tile
surging iis someting that ;rouses
emotions to tihe highest pitch.' There

are Iutnerous other historical fea-
tures that Ilave been admirably caught,
especially the Boston Tea Party, the
hbatt le ofl Yorktown, the farewell bil'-
to (Geu. H-owe andolFraniklin's audi
8cnce with tile French king.
Miiss Davies, who proved her his-
tirioiic talent in "Little Oldl New
York" has many excellent nmoments.
Shle is enthusiastic, mischeivotus, pet-
ulant, fiery-ill fact, anything the oc-
casion doemanids. She wears at l(asI
20o different costumes in the film. 'L
remlainlder of the cast is of a lI1
duality.
P'articularly good are Mach . Ar-
blucide, IHIolbrook Blinn, Geor,'-
IlahadW.C ils.M.l lays some rich conmedy as a drunkeni
tdritish sargeanlt. Joseph Kilgour i
a dignified andI imperturable WVash-
inlgtoni.

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THE 11TTERII SY-1P1II(PIC QlICIIESIFIA
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WIill Rendelhtr for1 the ifirslti'mhe in Arty Aunu Arbor Theadi,
SYMPHIONY IN B-MIINOR tO. 6
FIRSTl1 MOVEI1EINT
Tihis W~as IRecently PlanyedI in Hill Auditorium
by IDetroit Symph~lonly
#NEAR Dk HuBeLagiWgAt
PR OME0By } AL ROACH+"

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