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MICHIGAN DAILY '

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TVTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
A Nice Cozy Place Where
You enjoy Your .'Ieal

S C H U B E RT
HELD OVER ANOTHER WEEK
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DETROIT.
GADR RI CK
"SCANDAL"
By COSM HAMILTON

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TODAY AND TOMORROW

MARSHALL NEILAN

PRESENTS

A"DIRSINATY"
A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION

NEW COURSES IN
AUTOMOTIVE DEP'T
Two new courses will be inaugural-
ed this coming semester by the auto-
motive department of the engineering
college. Prof. Walter E. Lay, head of
the department, will conduct a two
weeks' course in the mechanism, oper-
ation and maintenance of motor
trucks, tractors, and trailers. It will
extend from Feb. 7 to Feb. 18, being
one of the series of graduate short
period courses in highway engineering
and highway transport conducted this
year for the first time. The course
will include lectures, library reading,
and laboratory demonstrations.
Prof. John N.'Nickelson, associate
of Professor Lay, will conduct a sem-
inar in automobile engineering. This
will include a review of articles cov-
ering current changes in automobile
design and important events in the
automobile industry. Papers covering
particular phases of the automobile
engine or chassis will be written and
discussed by members of the class.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
DETERMINED BY COMMITTEE
Representatives From Different Juni.
ior Colleg -4onferred with
ummittee
Requirements for admission to the
University of Michigan from junior
colleges in this state were determined
by the University committee "n jun-
ior colleges and representatives of the
colleges throughout the state at a con-
ference yesterday afternoon at the
Union. Following acceptance of the
requirements by the University faculty
they will go into effect, and the ac-
tion will be taken at an early date it
is thought by members of the com-
mittee.
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne, of the history
department, and chairman of the Uni-
versity committee on junior colleges,
presided at the conference which was
attended by five representatives of
junior colleges in the state.
Bishop Speaks on Manuscripts
Librarian W. W. Bishop gave an il-
lustrated lecture on "Books and Man-
uscripts of the 15th Century," before
a meeting of the Fellowship club, of
Saint Paul's cathedral, last night at
Detroit. The meeting was given un-
der the auspices of the University Ex-
tension service.

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AT THE THEATRES
TODAY
Screen
Majestic-Allen Dwan's latest
production, "The Scoffers."
Also Pathe News and a Para-
mount Magazine cartoon.
Arcade-Wesley Barry and Col-
leen Moore in "Dinty." Also
a comedy, "Rookeries and
Squawkeries," Bray Comic
Bray Picto, and Fox News.
Wnrth- Alice Joyce in "The
Vice of Fools." Pathe Review
and a Snub Pollard comedy.
Orpheum - Eva Novak in "Up
in Mary's Attic." Also an epi-
sode of -"The Lost City."
THIS WEEK

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An Irresitible Little Mother

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Christie Comedy

Around It Centers Many
Amusing Situations Humorosly
De pitted In This Film Sensation
With
Eva Novak

Garrick (Detroit)- "Scandal,"
Cosmo Hamilton's clever com-
edy, with June Walker, Charles
Cherry, and Corliss Giles.
Shubert (Detroit)-"Florodora,"
one of the finest musical com-
edies on the stage, with Elean-
ore Painter, on the second suc-
cessful week.

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There Was a Child
UP IN MARY'S

STARRING

WESLEY BARRY
See a white girl held
captive in Chinatown
See Dinty butt in where
the detectives couldn't
See a fight between, police
and Chinks that beats
. ihe old rows on the
Barbary Coasf.
See Chinatown as only
its denizens know it.

PROF. W. D. HENDERSON
SPEAKS IN SHEPARD, MICH.
Prof. W. D Henderson, of the exten-
sion service, delivered a lecture last
night at the Methodist Episcopal
chilrch at Shepard, Mich., on the topic,
"The Boy Problem in School and Out."
Professor Shepard addressed the Shep-
ard chamber of commerce at a lunch-
eon preceding his lecture.
Fresh Florida Strawberry bunaaes
are being served at Tice's Fountain:
117 S. Main St.-Adv.

"Out For The Night"
with Bobby Vernon
Last Eposide of
"The Lost City"
A Thrilling Tale of tha Jungle
and
The Latest
Universal News
SHOWS AND PRICES
2:00-3:30, 7:00-8:30 Adults 30c
Matinees 20c, Children 10c

IT WHIZZES
TWO BIG DINTY
MATINEES
SATURDAY AT 2:00 AND 3:30
COMING SUNDAY

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TODAY AND TOMORROW

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Dwan

Production

'ENSIAN NOTICES

Famous Players - Lasky Corporation.
Presents

RON""".

A Cosmopciitan Productio.i
F 9Aram ountoiCture

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This is the last week for sen-
iors to have pictures taken for
the Michiganensian. Arrange for
sittings immediately.
Organizations that have not
returned their proofs to the
photograper, are requested to
do so immediately. Otherwise
photographer will use own dis-
cretion in selecting print for
Michiganensian.

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SHOWS
2:00 AND 3:30
7:00 AND 8:30

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ADULTS 30c
MATINEES 20c
CHILDREN 10c

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ALICE

JOYCE

IN
"THE VICE OF FOOLS"

THE STORY
In the 'vice of fools,
Alice Joyce is seen as
a young woman who
allows folly to get the
best of wisdom.
The story of Marion
and Cameron is that of
hundreds of other head
strong young persons
who allow infatuation
to get the better of
common sense.
It is different than the
average film for the
endin cannot be an-
ticipated at the stat.

AND
A POLLARD COMEDY
"THE MORNING AFTER"
PATHE REVIEW

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AND
PECIAL ,MUSIC

TAKE WARNING
Granville Wingate had
associated chiefly with
women willing .to be
kissed on short ac-
quaintance.
Marion (Alice Joyce)
felt only disgust for
Wingate, yet she was
impelled by circum-
stances to submit to
his attentions for
awhile.
She plays her part in
the four cornered love
tangle very cleverly..

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"T1H E SCOFFER

by the
WUERTH ORCHESTRA
Under Direction of
NICHOLAS FALCONE
TODAY & TOMORROW

What'll he do now?
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Will Stannard Wayne hurl
act he suffered five years of

death at Richards, the one-time friend for whose
prison hell?

PARLOR, BEDROOM

AND BATH

Will he turn upon the frightened woman who had once been his wife, but
who had crushed his faith in all women when she fled with Richards?
He has caught them both - got them hopelessly in his power in a God-forgotten Alas-
kan trading post. Will he kill - or bind them with the torment of the last shreds of
their own long-waned passion?

The hilarious and piquant story of a young wife who wanted.

a wild man for

a husband - and got more than she bargained for.
SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY

A burst of vivid drama!

The story of a man whose life is marred by a wo-

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man's lies and remadeby a girl's love.
Mary Thurman, James Kirkwood, Philo McCullough, Rhea Mitchell
Noah Beery'make it all real!

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