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PA(;^ TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1 J2'

PACE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 192~

BR0WN GIVES OPINIONS UPON QUALIFICATIONS,
LOf HOOVER AS PRESIDENT OF,,UNITED STATES.
(Conti nuedefrm Page One) appointed director of the various
activities extended on a large scale1 economic measures in Europe dluring
to the United States, Russia, Burma,E the armistice, which included the or-j
China, Central America, Mexico, and ganization of food relief in Poland,
other countries. His interest lay i Serbi, Cehsoaa,"Gr ny
developing mines and not promotingAustr'ia, Romania, Armenia, and the
the sale of mining stock.g Baltic states.. With the outbreak of

(Stanford university, whic
he has held since 1912.
"Hoover is an engineer
inl doing things rather
about thenm. He wants
every case but once in
them he makes his deci:
lie is intensely loyalt
serves and he expects
loyalty from those in hi
America
I ~Cleao
11032 Green

ich latter post is quiet andl undemonstrative, but in-
justice 01r cruielty, particularly to r
who believes children, arouse him to bursts of in-
than tlkling dignal ion. He is not a popular mixer - Rush Service for
the act in of he ack-lapingtype, but heha
p~ossessioni01 a, great facility of making friendst i
isios quickly. IIand afirers of all who come in close - i ~1 1 L .I
to those he coni act. with him. To all those who=
S that. samTe have been on his staff lie is affec- = d
its service. Il~e Iioflai!ly known as *The Chief.'" There is yet time to mail your 'Valentine-
Hearth Box. Drop in early--Your order will
in, Rug Cleaning WvorksG go out immediately-RUSH.
Rugs and Carpets
rued-,sized-Re pai red Bes RosSp
St. Phone 811 Nickels Arcade

"Such, in brief, was Hoover's career!
prior to the outbreak of the war in
1914. He was recognized as a leaderi'
among mining engineers of the world
but had not yet become a great pop-
ular figure. His rise in this latter
respect was all the more rapid in that
it was based on solid foundations of "

famine in Russia the activities of the
American Relief administration under
the chairmanship of Hoover were ex-
tended to that troubled land.
"Since March, 1921, Hoover has
been secretary of commerce and has
made his department a model of ef-
ficiency. During the Cpolidaye ad-

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experience and integrity. To do more iiistra~tlin it has b~een customnary toI
than summarize Hoover's varied ac-asin ew nd ifcutass o
tivities after 1914 would require vol- Hoover. He was made chairman or
uimes. As diirector of Belgium relief memlber of the President's Conference,
hie proved that combined with prac-; on Unemployment, the Colorado River
tical business ability he possessed commission, the St.. Lawrence com-
skil i dilomcy o amared ie-mission, the National Radio confer-
skence.nthepWorldyWar a markedDee-
gree; and at the same time he re- ecteWrdWrFrinDb
vealed those qualities of humanity III, commissioni, the Mississippi Flood j
and sympathy for the weak and suf-; Relief commission, and president of
fering which have stamped him as the the International Radio Telegraph
greatest Samaritan of his generation. conference. This list does not include
" With the entrance of the United his private activities as president of
States into the war Hoover was called the American Institute of Mining hen-j
home to the important post pf Food gineers and of the American Child
Administrator:' How he organized thle Health association, and trustee of
farmers and house-wives into *a great 4
food-producing and food-saving force TERTIt n
does not need to be retold here. The MMOR~lN
end of the war marked no relief for 11EGAHN
Hoover. In Europe millions of women a specialty for
and children were suffering for lack '-twentty years.
of food and the grim specter of revo-pop evcExeine pr
lution threatened to perpetuate the a rm toSrvi, EpereRaeds. er
ravages of wvar. Food and clothing I 0, D. MOR Ri.I L L
in immense quantities had to be pro-17NcesAad. Poe6.
cured and distributed. Hoover was'

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PRJII(S: lighs, Orchestra, $2.0(), $2.50. Balcony, 50c to $2.00.
r11mlrsdla. and Saturday 31atinee, 50v to $1.50
One Week Only Beg. SUNDAY, FEB. 12
George Jessel
(Himself)
"TSHE JAZZ SINGER"
THlE CQMIE)Y JDRAMIA SUCCESS OF A DECADE
By Samson Rapliaelsoii-Staged by Albert Lewis
3rd Triumphant Year

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Is the Creator of "The Jazz Singer' and ta~s
Plaed It Over One Thousand T'iles..

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Week Woodward, at Eliot N I GHT S
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MONDA, l Ile T bur. and Sat.,
MN______PL2AYHIOUSE 50c, 75c)
Quoted from Critical Comments Concerning
"THEDEVIL
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"A. nuid frolic dished up by the I ustellers at the layhoIlse-
"Fanta1 2stica 113' 21 siird"-11 It was clearly des igned for Iaug'hiig pur
htoses"-"lct is t oo good to reveaill""it is all dIone iuin ad cap spirit"'
-cc lalley catchIinlg title"-c"Vluariuing'Jy presented by the 'pini is
aI; the Biustelle :Playhouse"-" 'The Deiril in the ('leese' is food
for highibrow and lowIbr'w"- "The lovers biroughit shrieks of laughiter
fromt a completely -fill edl ho01useby the(ir 1111 lraetic&ibiliI ies"-"Tle
j1liiy hiatx a sue('essfuii Broad~waiy r 111. 1Detroit 'will p~robablly shiow~
like ZI 111011 nI of appreciation."
A PLAY FOR THE MULTITUDE
.11~:x, FES'lZ T I 3A , T'1IUISDAY and SATURDIAY

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St ory and sce nario by A. P. Vouigre. Tivles by Joe Fariihiaiii
IDirected by Sainu Woodi.

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A ~8th and LAST' WEEK
5 5 Engagement Positively
T H EA TER Ends Saturday, Feb. 18th
i~atfaayette at 1121iecAIlilac 166l~it ainees, WedliICsday and Saturday

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".All's fair in love and business."
That was the motto of pretty Agnes Dolan,, the
veling saleswoman portrayed by Norma Shearer in
sunusual and fascinating picture. So that when she
, Joe Adams,'a rival in selling suits and cloaks, she
only stole his customers, but purloined his heart.
How she dloes it makes one of .the most diverting and
Busing films in years, and the popular star's best
een effort to date.
with
George Sidney aRuammaph Forbes:
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-MICHIGAN THEATRE -ST AG(E PRESENTATION
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ADGERTRUDE
ECK
'ivill take y011
"AROUND T HE 'TOWN"!
iI LARRY FRANiK 3ARIO-N - MURll,
('LIFF OMI) hIlN'(x~WAY L:l j iENIitOls

LAURNCE SCHWAB & FRANK MAND-1EL BRIG YOU
The Red Hot Collegiate Musical Comedy
Presented' by an All-American Team of Players'
FORTY FLAPPER FRESHIES AND

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"There It Is"
A MLERMAIl) COMEDlY

KiIN OG.ItAAMS
WORi1I'S GR EATEST
1NEWS REEL

"TRAVELIWG
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A Novelty

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