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WHATS GOING ON
TUESDAY.
4:00-Meeting of the Gargoyle edi.
torial and art staffs at the . Press
building.
4:15-Prof. 0. J. Campbell, of the Un-
iversity of Wisconsin, lectures in the
Natural Science building, on
"Wordsworth's Humanism."
7:00-Canadian club meets In room
323,Union.
7:00-Important meeting of the un-
derclass conduct committee, Union.
7:00-Comedy club meeting in Univer-
sity hall.
7 :15 -Mandolin club rehearsal at the
Union.
7:30-Adelphia House of Representa-
tives meet on fourth floor of Uni-
versity hall. See bulletin board for
program.
7:80-Annual track pep meeting In
physics lecture room.
7:30-Dixie' club meets in room 802,
Union.
7:80-Spanish club meeting and 'lee-
ture by Caesar Barja.
8:00-Union orchestra practices in as-
sembly hall, Union.
WEDNESDAY
10:00- '21E class meeting in room
348, Engineering building.
4:30-Prof. W. A.' Frayer talks on
"Europe Since the Armistice," before
the meeting of the Y. W. C. A.
forum group at Newberry hall.
4:30-Meeting of the. entire business
staff and tryouts of the Gargoyle
at thePress building.y
7:15--Meeting of Glee club, Union.
7:30-Forestry club meets in, room
F 214, Natural Science building.
8:00-Stephen S. Wise lectures in
Hill auditorium
9:00-Colonial ball by the Sarah Cas-

era
sen

agell chapter of the Daught-
the American Revolution, as-
hal, Union.

U-.NOTICES
Tryouts for the Union opera should
see Mr. Shuter in room 308 of the
Union, from 10:30 to 12 or from
2:30' to 4:30 o'clock any week day,
except Saturday.
Tryouts for "Zaragueta," a play to be
presented by La Sociedad Hispanica
will be held at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday
in room 401, South Wing.
Henderson Lectures in Northville
Prof. W. D. Henderson, of the exten-
sion division, delivered a lecture on
"The Re-discovery of America," last
night before a high school meeting at
Northville, Mich.

ANNOUNCE SECTIONS FOR BIG
ENROLLMENT IN RHETORIC 4
In order to take care of the large,
number of students electing Rhetoric
4 next semester, the following sec-
tions have been announced. All the
sections meet on Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday. Sec. 1, at 8, room 202,
W. H., Assistant Professor Cowden;
sec. 2, at 9, room 102,'W. H., Assist-
ant Professor Cowden; sec. 3, at 10,
room 206, U. H., Professor Rankin;
sec. 4, at 11, room 202, W. H., Dr.
Wise; sec. 5, at 9, room 202, W. H:,
Assistant Professor Mallory; sec. 6,
at 11, room 202, W. H., Assistant Pro-
fessor Mallory; sec. 7, at 8, room 101,

at 11, room 427, N. S., Dr. Scott; sec.
11, at 1, room 105, W. H., Dr. Scott;
and sec. 12, at 2, room 207, U. H
Dr. Scott.
Increase your business by advertis-
ing in The Michjgan Daily.-Adv.
SCHUBER T
DETR OIT
"Cinderella Oft
Broaidway"
GARRIOCK
WALTER SCANLAN in
"Hearts of Erin"

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LAST TIMES TODAY

W. H., Dr. Grim; sec. 8 at
103, W. H., Dr. Grim; sec.
room 103, W. H., Dr. Grim;

1, room
9, at 2,
sec. 10,

IWTWO FEBRUARY, Best Seats
VAdNIGHTS 2nd and 3rd $2.50

Samuel Goldyn
resent
PAUiLIN&jE
FRE DERICK
MADAME X
Adapted from the French of
ALEXANDER BISSON
b~y arran ement with
HENRY W SAVAGE

AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

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Directed y
FRANK LLOYD

Screen
Majestic- Pauline Frederick in
"Madame X."
Arcade-The famous production
"Heliotrope."
Wuerth-"Parlor, Bedroom, and
Bath,," with an All-star cast.

In "Madame X," Pauline Frederick
greatest performance of her career.

gives

This pidture has been called greater than the play,
which ran for years and Rtands as one of the mosR
sensational successes of the theatre.
ALSO
"tSHUFFLE THE QUEENS'
A CHRISTIE COMEDY

Orpheum - Harry Carey
"West is West."
THIS WEEK
a-

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Stage
Whitney-Monday-Booth Tark-
ington's most successful com-
edy, "Clarence," under the di-
rection of George C. Tyler.
Garrick (Detroit)-Walter Scan-
lan, that winsome Irish singer,
in an Irish-comedy, "Hearts of
Erin."
Schubert (Detroit)--"Cinderella
on Broadway,' the latest Win-
ter Garden success of New
York, with 125 popular enter-°
taners.
-SALE-
WHITE SHIRTS
GEORGE KYER'S

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"WEST IS WEST

FOR TODAY

-RWITH
HARRY CAREY

Parlor, Bedroom
WITH A BRILLIANT CAST

n

Bath

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PAI DIN
- Athletic
Equipment
For Every
Indoor
--And
Outdoor
Sport
C t-ue on requ t
A. G SPALDING & BROS.
211 S. State St., Chicago, Ill.

THE STORY
The story deals with the vicissitudes of Reggie Irving, who, to prove to his wife that he is the
very devil of a fellow, conspires with Polly Hathaway, girl reporter on a society scandal paper, to
blemish his own reputation. Just as the young and almost painfully conservative husband has patted
himself on the back for his cleverness, Angelica, the wife, who above all sought to marry a wild man,
discovers the deceit. That is really the first complication and the score that follow are no less excellent
and amusing.
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY

hN, ?:

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AN ALLAN DWAN PRODUCTION

"Soldiers

Of

Fortune"

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Mimeographing

FROM THE NOVEL BY THE SAME NAME BY
RICHARD HARDING DAVIS
COMING DURING FEBRUARY

Typewriting

EDWARDS BROS,
State St. Over College Inn.

Douglas Fairbanks in "The, Mark of Zorro."
Mary Pickford in "The Love Light."
Bebe Daniels in "Oh Lady, Lady!"

Wanda Hawley in "Her First Elopement."
D. W. Griffith presents "The Love Flower."
Constance Binney in "Something Different."

LAST TIME TODAY
WEDNESDAY AND THUR
LYTELL In "THE PRICE OF

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1 RTICKETS $1.
Michigan Union KANSAS DAY DINNER -
6- e8:30 41Ea o -a_ arahams and CW
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