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TlR E: MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1929

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EMINIENT ECONOMISTI
WILL LECTURE HERE,

SCREEN REFLECTIONS

Today
"The Scarlet Lady", now to be
undergone at the Michigan, is un-
questionably the weakest, the most

Scott Nearing, eminent sociolog stereotyped, and the worst of that
ist, will lecture here next Thurs- unending string of movies dealing
day under the auspices of the wth t, ,cRussian Revolution. The
Round Table Club, it was announe- m ; 'ople are aware of the
ed yesterday. The topic of the ad- v . J t the Soviet government
dress, which will be delivered at w replaced the Romanoffi
8 o'clock in Natural Science audi- zars They also undersand that
torium, is "Education in Soviet there were a great mar v rather
Russia." I dtni.oaet ful murders; that Russia is
-ui"a very cold country during certain
Nearing was for some time pro- seasons; that there is a thing in
fessor of economics at the Univer- fife called love, -another called sex,
sity of Pennsylvania and also at , nd that the two are occasionally
Swarthmore. In addition. he also intermingled. If the consuls of the
served as Dean of Toledo univer- movie industry would accept this
.sity some time ago. fact and, proceeding on that basis,
Many books have been written construct something new on the
by him, and his travels during the old foundation the result would
last few years have been very ex- probably be a happier one.
tensive. He has paid several trips There is another "twin stage bill"
to Russia, on which he is parti- consisting on the one hand of Seed
cularly well qualified to speak, and and Austin, and on the other of
also to Canada, Japan, and many one Dezzo Retter. The latter is a
European countries. Nearing spoke capable acrobatic comedian.
1in Ann Arbor two years ago. I D. B. H. Jr.

T'oMorrow
Herman Timberg and his wide-
ly-heralded -stage show arrive at
the Michigan tomorrow in what
promises to be some of the best
I vaudeville ever seen here.
Timberg is one of Broadway's
bo known producers, has done
'it and special features for both
egfield and George White and
isx atpresent touringat a salary
Jexceeded only by Paul Whiteman
The unit will remain at the
I Michigan for the entire week,
presenting an entirely new show
on Thursday. With him *is his
brother Sammy, leading what is
reputed to be one of .the best jazz
bands on the stage, besides a bevy
of feminine headliners.
This miniature musical comedy'
consists of a number of scenes,
skits, spasms, or what have you,
and will run over an hour. ginec
this is coupled with Buster Kea-'
ton's new picture "The Camera-
man," we can only advise you to
hike out for Liberty Street early
tomorrow afternoon.
B.J.A.

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The Art of the Films

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outstanding leader among Luth-.
eran foreign missionaries for her$
distinguished service in India. She
went to Guntur, India, in 1895;
first opening a medical dispensary
and later, when a famine spread
through the country, she opened
an orphanage. A few years later
she superintended the erection of
a fine hospital at Chirala which
she has directed ever since.

Radio engineers McElrath and
Johnson, at the left, test a micro-
phone installed in front of the
Capital for the Hoover inaugural
ceremonies. At the right is the
broadcast booth, frim which Gra-
ham McNamee, who presided at
the "mike", could view the front
door of the White House and an-
nounce the arrival and departure
of the Hoovers and the Coolidges.

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Showing

Again the Majestic is offering the ultimate
in screen entertainment. Can you solve this
murder mystery ? Match your wits with a
phantom slayer !
"A Modernized Phantom of the Opera"
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PLEASE NOI
This attraction ply
days 'Only.
A picture that Will chill you with its spooky.
it warms you with' its' daring drama. The
story of what happened to a beautiful stage
she and her company dared the Unknown
lack to a long-empty theatre to -revive a per
that previously had proved fatal. It's more
than "The Cat and the Canary." SEE IT!
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drama superb.
most exciting a
passion and act
and vigor ... st
ALAN CROM(AND
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word in motion pictu.e plots ... the
A page of history torn from the
nd dramatic epoch of human love,
ivity and presented with all its force
ark realism! ... Daring adventures!

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The World's Funniest
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MONTAGUE LOVE
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