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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Twenty

Years Ago

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

From the Daily files of
October 19, 1914

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English 35, 47, 48, 71, 87, 149, 153, 297. Syracuse looms up as formidable on
Journalism 51, 101, 103, 107. Michigan's football schedule. The
Michigan scouts feel it will be no
The Human Adventure will be practice game, but one in which the
shown at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre Varsity will be forced to its limit to
Oct. 19. Showings at 4:15, 7:30, and win.
9. All seats 25 cents, on sale now at
the Box Office, Lydia Mendelssohn Michigan's football prospects are
Theatre. slightly more encouraging as the
physicians concede Hughitt a chance
Sophomore, Junior, and Senior to get back into harness before the
Women: In order to make an ade- Harvard game.
quate check up on the past activities!
of all women students, it is necessary For the past week an epidemic of
for all women to report to Georgina dysentery has prevailed upon the
Karlson in the Undergraduate office campus. The only cause the Health
of the Michigan League between the Service can see for this is from over-
hours of 1 and 3. This is very im- eating of unwashed fruits, as dusty
portant for all past records will be grapes.{
closed Friday, Oct. 19. This an- .*
nouncement applies to sophomores, Permission for the band to. go to
juniors, and seniors who have partici- Cambridge for the Harvard game has
pated in Michigan activities, been granted by the University Sen-
ate.
Riding for Women: Any student By a 69 to 1 vote the sophomore
interested in joining a riding club medics decided to break away from
preparatory to membership with the the student council.

AT THE MICHIGAN
"ONE MORE RIVER"
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Lecture
University Lecture: Prof. Jaques
Maritain, of the Institut Catholique
de Paris, will lecture on the subject
"Knowledge and Wisdom," Friday,
Oct. 26, at 4:15 p.m., in the Natural
Science Auditorium. The public is
cordially invited.
Events Today
Merit System Committee, formerly
called the Point System Committee,
important meeting, 5 p.m. in the Un-
dergraduate Offices of the League.
The Vanguard Club will present a
program of "Documentary News Reels
of America Today." They will be
shown by W. A. Maton of the New
York Film and Photo League in the
Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15
and will include different shots on
strike situations, especially in New
England. All interested are invited
to attend. Admission free.
Roger William Guild: There will be
a Hard Time party at 8 p.m. in the
Guild house. All members are urged
to attend this frolic. Come prepared
for plenty of fun and entertainment.
Stalker Hall: A hike and roast along
the river is planned for today. Meet
at the hall at 5:00 p.m. There will
be a small charge to cover cost of
food. All Methodist students and
their friends are urged to come.
Presbyterian Students will have a
party at the Church House, 1432
Washtenaw Ave., at 8:30 o'clock.
Coming Events
Graduate Outing Club: The club is
holding a supper hike on Sunday af-
ternoon starting from the steps of
Angell Hall at 4 p.m. Supper will be
cooked out-of-doors and will include
cider and doughnuts. The group
hopes to return by moonlight. All
graduates welcome. Cost is 25 cents.
Those coming phone 8969 preferably
Friday night but before 6 p.m. Satur-
day at the latest and ask to make
reservations with the Gaduate Outing
Club specifically.
Cosmopolitan Club meeting Satur-
day, Oct. 20, Lane Hall, at 8 o'clock.
Mr. Charles E. Koella will talk on the
"European Crisis." The temporary
committee on the reorganization of
the club will make its report. Pro-
gramme of Chinese and Bulgarian
music. Refreshments. All American
and foreign students are cordially in-
vited.
Genesee Club will meet Sunday at
4:30 in the Union. All old members
and any newly interested students
from the vicinity of Rochester, New
York, are invited to attend. Please
be prompt.
The executive committee of the
Genesee Club will meet for a short
meeting Sunday afternoon at 3:45 in
the Union. Will those concerned
kindly be prompt?
A Touchdown Party will be held
at Stalker Hall at 8:00 p.m. Saturday
evening, Oct. 20. All Methodist stu-

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In a great many respects, "One Nothing beside remains. Round Careful work at low price. 4x
More River" is a superb picture, ex- the decay
Of that colossal wreck, boundless PERSONAL laundry service. We take
and posesse ithe andieousfly, and bare, individual interest in the laundry
and possessed with an idigenausly The lone and level sands stretch problems of our customers. Girls'
English charm. But it has flaws far away." silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
which are so obvious that they not Depressed, like Shelley, and a bit anteed. Men's shirts our specialty.
only cannot be overlooked by the subdued by the leveled ruins of an- Call for and deliver. Phone 5594
critic, but they completely tear down cient glories, yet drawing inspiration 611 E. Hoover. 2x
all the admirable dramatic illusions from the achievements of the past, SUDNTLUNDR. Godsoft
that the picture builds up. However, "The Human Adventure" brings to the STUDENT-LAUNDRY. God
"One More River" is sufficiently suc- screen at the Lydia Mendelssohn water. Will call for and deliver.
cessful to deserve careful analysis. Theatre a new attempt in motion pie- Telephone 4863. 3x
The plot is laid in England. It is tures. STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
concerned with a young woman mar- Beginning with the bubbling surface son.ble. Free delivery. Phone 3006
ried to a brute of a husband whom of the earth, still young, the Univer- 9x
she leaves in the beginning of the sity of Chicago's archeological epic
picture. He had been stationed in escorted an enthusiastic audience last WANTED
the orient, and on the boat returning night through the history of the hu- WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
to England, the young lady meets an man race.
English youth who falls in love with "The Human Adventure" dwells suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
her. Back in England he pursues principally upon a graphic presenta- lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
her, defying the conventions of the tion of the excavations of the Uni- cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
most proper English society to which versity's Oriental Institute in the foci North Main. 7x
she was born. The husband follows of ancient civilizations, centered in HELP WANTED - MALE
her, and when he finds out that there the four great world empires.
is no hope for reconciliation with his Tracing the gradual emergence of CLOTHING salesman to represent
wife, decides to find a method by modern man out of the prehistoric custom tailoring house. Apply The
means of which he can sue for divorce types, and showing the convergence Fair. 200 N. Main. Good wages.
instead of her suing him. Since the of early men upon the fertile soil of
divorce laws require evidence of adult- the Nile Valley, the picture ably rec- points out the potentialities of the
ery, he has her followed by detectives. ords the ascendency of the first world motion picture as a medim for visual
The subsequent circumstances build empire, Egypt. education. Supplementing the class-
up a good law suit, and the rest of Stopping for a moment at Meggido,, room instruction, graphic illustrations
the picture is devoted to the trial ' Palestine, called the "layer-cake of of educat'ional material can easily be-
and its aftermath. cities" because several layers of dif- come an essential part of every histor-
"One More River" is a. difficult pic- ferent civilizations have been uncov- ical course. One may easily imagine
ture to discuss, because it could be a ered upon the site, "The Human Ad- growing out of the idea behind "The
strong, effective piece of work. But venture" sets forward the huge stables Human Adventure" a series of iilms
its chief shortcomings are so weak- of that noted horse and wife fancier, actually depicting the life of these
ening that they undo it, smashing its Solomon. ancient times.
policies, disappointing the audience, Thence, by means of Asia Minor Not only because students in certain
d cand the land of the Hittites to Khor- departments were compelled to see it,
and causing one to deplore the lack sabad, capital of Assyria, which but because of a certain intellectual
of aesthetic feeling exercised mn itsreigned over the world of that day response that we had despaired ever
production. The trouble is greatly in from the ninth to the seventh cen- i of seeing on this campus, the advance
the ending. It has to be a happy one turies, B.C., the film reveals the work sales on the picture were heavy. Cer-
to satisfy the American pubic. But of Chicago University's archeological tainly the film is well worth seeing.
why anyone would tack such an un- expeditions in unearthing and inter- -M.D.S.
convincing, preposterous ending on- preting the ruins that once flaunted
to this sort of picture which is with- the glorious banners of ancient em-
out the slightest question a superb perors. 15c TO 6 - 25c AFTER 6
tragedy is a cause for wonderment - Moving next to Baghdad, in the
wonderment about just what sort of heart of the third great world empire, ;
moronic minds Hollywood caters to. Babylonia, the audience visits the 1H'T N E T
Other faults lie in the presence of scenes that saw the inception of the
characters and scenes which could great religions of the world, that Daily 1:30 - 11 P.M.
easily be considered superfluous. But have remained an active influence in
that is a question. Perhaps if they over 2,000 years of man's history. NOW
had not been included in the picture, Winding up with the palace of Dar-
it would be less unique, although ius in Persepolis, capital of the Per- RALPH BELLAMY
somewhat more organic. To under- sian Empire destroyed by Alexander
stand what is meant by this and the the Great, "The Human Adventure," SHIR LEY GREY
other issues discussed, "One More concludes its history.
River" must be seen. It is an expe- Despite some really striking photo-"r I
rience that should not be missed, in graphic shots, not much can be said
spite of its faults. for the artistic value of the film. The
There is more complexity to the sequence moved none too smoothly,
plot than has been stated here. the opening explanations lacked any
shots of the methods involved, or the_ _
Guild relationships. Dr. Blakeman rush of native workers on .their waya
Gwil betguestnspeaer Bk nhome to supper seemed extraneous.
will be the guest speaker. Worst of all, the tearful voice of the ERIC VON STROHEIM
narrator, Charles Breasted, had an,
Lutheran Student Club: Mr. Rolfe overly-histrionic sob that bordered on t
Haatvedt, a graduate student in the the melodrama. rug iV
University, will speak at the Lutheran Nevertheless, realizing the limita-
Student Club meeting, Sunday, Oct. tions that the producers of the film
21. Mr. Haatvedt spent three years set upon their project, one must ad- IIda
with the University of Michigan expe- mire the scientific craftsmanship that
dition in Egypt, and will talk on his lay behind its execution. Intending EXTRA
experiences there, more to portray the work of the In-
The talk will be preceded by a sup- stitute in revealing these ancient ruins GRAHAM McNAMEE
per and social hour at 5:30 in the Zion rather than to re-enact the life of
Lutheran parish hall. post civilizations, the picture fulfills UNIVERSAL NEWS
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dents and their friends of college age
are cordially invited to come and
share in the fun.
Disciple's Guild (Church of Christ):
The hay ride will start from the,
church at 7:30 Saturday evening.
The charge is 25 cents. Sunday eve-
ning at 6:00, a half hour of refresh-
ment and entertainment will be fol-
lowed by a meeting devoted to Inter-
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