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GA R R ICK
DETROIT_
America's Foremoat Siogino Comedienne
NORA BAYS
Her Family Tree
A Famous Musi Play-

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San Carlo GRAND OPERA Company
with 20 Distinguished European and Amcrican Opera-
tic Singers and Grand Opera Orchestra

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FOOTBALL
LANSING HIGH
Last Year-' State Champioras
vs.
ANN ARBOR HIGH

Wines Field

Saturday, 10 A. M.

Admission 50 cents

CONDITION Of "SIGNAL
ENROLLMENT NOT YET LARGE
ENOUGH REPORTS IN.
SPECTOR
For the purpose of inspecting the R.
0. T. C. signal corps unit, a visit was
paid to the University yesterday by
Major P. W. Evans of the signal corps
headquarters at Washington, who re-
ported everything to be in satisfac-
tory condition except that the number
of men enrolled is not as large as is
desired.
Electrical Engineers Wanted
"It is the desire of the chief signal
officer of the army to enroll as many
electrcal engneerng stiudents as pos-
sible," said Major Arthur yesterday
in commenting on the work of this
division of the local R. 0. T. C., "and
for that reason,.the signal corps has
been revised and has been made even
more interesting than before."
A special opportunity is to be giv-
en freshman engineers of the Univer-
sity in the matter of enrollment. Any
freshmen in the engineering college
may, according to the new ruling, en-
roll in teh signal corps branch of the
R. 0. T. C. with the understanding
that should they later decide to take
up some form of engineering study
other than either electrical or com-
munication work, they shall be allow-
ed either to drop their R. 0. T. C.
work or transfer to some other
branch. All freshmen who are inter-
ested are invited to confer fith the
professor of military science and tac-
tics in room 239 of the Engineering
building.
New Man Assigned
In making the changes in the signal
corps curriculum, the office of the
chief signal officer has transferred
Capt. James A. B. Bogman of the
signal corps from Camp Alfred Vail,
N. J., to the University where he will
be placed in charge of the signal
corps unit under Major Arthur.

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

Screen
Majestic-"Old Wives for New,"'
a Cecil B. DeMille production.
Also Pathe News and a Burton
Holmes travelogue.
Arcade-Madge Kennedy in "The
Girl with the Jazz Heart.t'
"The Paper Hanger," and a
Bray comic.
Wuerth-George Walsh in "From
Now On." Pathe Review and
a Pollard comedy.
Orpheum-Alice Lake in "Should
a Woman Tell." A comedy,
"Losing Weight," and Uni-
versal News.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detrolt) -Nora Bayes
playing in that Weeks-Simons
musical play, "Her Family
Tree."
Shubert (Detroit) - The San
Carlo grand opera company.
"Rigoletto," with Escobar,
Barron, Sinagra, and Ballas-
ter.

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PACKARD ACADEMY
Join the new class in ball room
dancing next Monday and Wednesday
eve., 7 to 8:30. Regular Tuesday and,
Thursday assembleis free to members
of class. Private lessons by appoint-
ment. Phone 1850-F1.-Adv.
Take your dancing lessons at the
Packard Academy. Phone 1850-F1.-
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