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The Better 'ole," which was so well
eived at the Whitney las Wednes-
v evening when it was presented by
Wolf Hopper and his supporting
t, has been secured for a return en-
;ement Sunday evening. Music and
arming girls are generously inter-
rsed throughout this humorous but
thful development of the character

Eddie Leonard heads the cast which
will present "Roly ,Boly Eyes," Thurs-
day, Jan. 15, at the Whitney. Besidses
the other principals and their assist-
ants is promised a chorus of 60 "$ir-
ens of Song and Syncopation."
The Daily contains the latest Asso-
ciated Press News.-Adv.

THE MAJESTIC
Assigned a problem in thesperna-
tural that had baffled a matter-of-fact
doctor, staggered the reasoning of a
business-like landlord, and caused a
detective to admit that it was too dif-
ficult for him to solve, Enid Bennett,
as Betsy Thorne, a girl reporter,,dis-
covers the identity of the weird. figure
that movps about at night in the dim
light of a dilapidated grave yard in a
southern town ins "The Haunted.Bed-
room," to appear today and tomorrow
at the Majestic.
How she solves the mystery and
makes a 'scoop" for her New York,

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one author, at least, broke away from
the "village's" worst influence and
found happiness in an old-fashioned
southern home.
ENROLLMENT FOR ORDNANCE
TOO SMALL; DISBAND UNIT
The ordnance unit of the R. O. T.
C. has been discontinued it was an-
nounced Thursday. According to Col-
onel Arthur the enrollment did not
come up to the war department re-
quirements. Students taking this
work will have the opportunity of
transferring to other courses.
Among the equipment received for,
the R. O. T. C. during the Christmas
holidays were a Browning machine gun
and a Browning automatic rifle. Con-
siderable interest in these has been
shown by the mechanical engineers,
many of whom took the guns apart
and put them together again, with the
hope of securing information for
theses.
DISCIPLE STUDENTS are invited
to hear Maurice Taylor at Church of'
Christ tonight at yStudent Volunteer
Convention report.-Adv.
The Michigan Daily is an all-Cam-
pus paper.-Adv.

paper

is brought out very effectively.
THE ARCADE

TO BIG TEN

Greenwich village, tempermental and
sometimes threadbare, is the back-
ground for the New York scenes in
"Toby's Bow," featuring Tom Moore
again today at the Arcade. It is pic-
tured with its unfettered freedom and
and dormant genius. Reckless cos-
tume bals add lustre to the lives of
the characters who pay Shylock prices,
for an unheated back room where they
may struggle along in hope of fame,

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A MAGUTMARE
sucb as you've never seen, never had and never even heard about---
that's what he goes throughI And it's only one of the many
troubles that
DOU=GLAS fAI-RBANK
is in for in his big, new picture of a hundred laughs and a hundred
thrills,
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WHAEN TIE .CLOUDS
\ ROLL B"
Don't miss it! And you'll never forget the great flood scenes.-
a real, hqnest-to-goodness good--that sweeps his lost s*eet.hart
back to him.

There's a Big Satisfaction
In buying your
Drug Store Necessities
The Eberbach &Son Co.
200-k4 E. LIBERTY ST.

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SUNDAY

N. W. DEAN WRITES LETTER
CHARGES MADE FOR ATH.
LETIC BOOKS
Apropos of the present attitud
the Athletic association in regar
distribution of basketball tickets
letter received by Director P. G.
telme from Dean R. C. Flickinge
Northwestern university. The le
which is self explanatory, follows
Dear Sir:
In response to my recent quest]
replies have been received from
members of the athletic ConferenE
cept one, with reference to their p
tices in the use of coupon books.
may be interested in a brief
many.
Respectfully yours,
R. C. FLICKINGER, Dea
College of Liberal Arts, Northweg
University.
I. Is the coupon book issued foi
entire year or for each semester?
By the year.--Ilinois, Iowa, 1*
igan, Minnesota, Ohio, Purdue,
cDonsin.
By the semester-Northwester
By the quarter-Chicago.
5* Prices Vary
II- 'What is its.price?
$5-Michigan, Minnesota, Wis
sin.
$6-Ohio (for outdoor sports o
.Northwestern (two semesters).
$7-Illinois (subject to change
year).
$7.50-Chicago (three quart
Purdue ($10 to citizens).
$8-Iowa.
Some Contests Excepted -
Ill Are there any athletic cont
to Which these books do not admit
students '1
The" only real exceptions are 1
ois in swimming, and Ohio whei
separate book is issued for bai
ball costing $2 to holders of out
coupon books and $3 to other
dents. In all cases they do not a
to interscholastic meets, Confer
meets, oratorical or debating
tests, basketball tour; aaments, etc
At Iowa there is a guarantee df
Inittance to. twenty contests and
board in control reserves the rigi
restricting use of tickets.
Some Gymnasiums Too Smal
IV. If the capacity of your g
nasium is limited so that there i
possibility of all the students who
books being admitted at any one.
how do you solve the problem
arising?
The situation has not arisen at
cago and Illinois (except in s
ming to which the book does not g
admittance). The difficulty cc
mostly with reference- to basbet
At Iowa, 2,500 ticket holders ca
admitted to the Armory.
At Michigan 2,200 can be adm,
which is less than one-third of
student body; every student is per
ted to see every third basketball g
Minnesota is making an effort to
stall more seats. At Northwe
and Purdue there has been a "
come, first served" policy and no
bous complaint. Several hubli
more would be glad to attend than
able to get in but buy the books'-
a knowledge of the situation. No
western hopes to make use of its
door field for basketball before 1
Purdue Favors Uppoerciasses
Purdue favors a policy of rest:
ing the attendance at baskel
games to upperclass men drawn b
from- year ticket holders. At pre
they reserve about 200 seats w
are reserved to coupon book bol
at a charge of 25 cents.
Ohio has had nq trouble but
pects to transfer its basketball ga

this year to the Coliseum at the E
Fair grounds which seats 6,000.
At Wisconsin the sale of ticket
the basketball games is reserve,
holders of coupon books up to noo
the day of the game.
Cooley and Wenley to Speak at Sm-
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley and F
Robert M. Wenley of the philoso
department will be the prin(
speakers at the soph engineer sm
at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday at the UI
Tickets are obtainable from the c
mittee in charge and the class
cers.
ENROLL TODAY
Enrollment is being held today
third term of Dancing Lessons tc
given by Mr. and Miss Moses in
Michigan Union Annex. Those; p

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