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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ATTETETR 1 C m u iain of which he has not attended. We may DY
THIESpoint out to him that we have not~ H U B ERITGA R RK
-.-deemed it necessary to demand briefD E T R I T ' D ET ROIT
TODAYEdtrThMihgnDly of the lectures in advance and to sub- "Cinderella or.WLEnC~Ai
diThe Mihabe n ecly:r Imt a copy to him. Mr. Hobbs critic- Wra wa B aLtERsCAo LAErin"I
ScreenThswhhaebecontd izes specifically some of those appear- z ra w y" e rso
Majostle--Mack Sennett 's latest soetm ihteUiest aeIng on this year's course. He critic-,
five-reeler, "Love, Honor, and° learned to expect periodical "Out- izes the association for Bryan's Sun-
Behave." "The Hope," with a bursts" from Professor Hobbs. His day-talk on religion, ignoring the fact
notable cast of well known latest outburst has been directed to- that that talk was not given under'
stars, nd Path News.ward the Oratorical association, and teasie fteascainpr
astartudenaoffierthof thtwssscia-hapiesholdsthe associationrespon- fpOrteu
a a st d n ofi e -f t a as oi -h p he h l s t e a s cai n r s o-Arcade-Fatty Arbuckle in his tion, I shall answer his criticism s sible for M r. Bryan's presence in the
fmunew side splitter,"Te wihaprdSuayn The Daly city! He criticizes ex-Senator Bev- H eav1 R ibbed. 1T F oo1lLTHoe
ife of the Party." Also a It is only that hle may not mislead stn-Bridge, alleging a pro-erman atti -It ogcoedeavynng dnt1woUavtnt enUonVcnnctUtIl drigIhewa. ovrnr lin
KnBlzad"ed with the University that It is worth who made the nominating speech ofI abri.Jacuc
-while to reply. Leonard Wood, is alone acceptable to I Portraits,
Wuerth t-"Soldiers of Fortune," The purpose and policy of the Ora- hlim. 9.Q ALT IS
from Richard Harding Davis' torical association are well under- Professor Hobbs asks why certain ____QUALITY___FIRST_
famous book. Kinogramls and a stood. We do not aim to "pre-empt" men have not been brought herelie AA W Y E E
Sunshine comedy, "His Noisy the field of popular University lec- fails to recognize that to secure a manA PARW YSSE K
Still." tures. But we have seen the need ofj it is as necessary to have his assent For Flashlights and
a popular, representative course of (Continued on Page Eight) Usual Price $2.00 a pair.ouePcu s
Orphum-Bert Lytell in "The lectures, and we aim to give a course .Hou seaitoraa
Price of Redemption," and an nteule nayohrAeian DRAWING EXA1rI CHANGED ISTATE 505sW STREEHT
episode of "Daredevil Jack" university. . . DEY
with Jack Dempsey. Professor Hobbs criticizes the lec- Prof. W. L. Badger, of the engineer-
turers who have been brought here in Ing examination schedule committee
THIS WEEK t~.e past. lie starts with the presump -announced yeteray that Drawing 5 i 1 niy
tion that these lecturers are "in effect1 will be, changed from 2-6 the first Ik S
Stage ~~set up upon pedestals before the student it - h is ensa ot
Garrick (Detroit)-Walter Scan- boy"Wthntatoasmeuc due to a large number o of conflicts 'a ti3Z NA m
Ian, that winsome Irish singer, gullibility on the part of students is to
In an Irish comedy, "Hearts of disregard their intelligence._Professor____Try___Daily___advertising_____-_and___watch_
Erin." Hobbs also criticizes the lectures, most your business grow.-Adv. "-AtAbrsAueetCno
Schubert. (Detroit)-"Cinderella -iilillI111~111fI11illll1111111111illil111ltI11NlllllillllllilililtliilliillilliiiliiiiiiiIIIi~ltllliflilI O A R D
' on Broadway," the latest Win-. = = AND
ter garden success of New' = 5 AT R A
ork wih15pplretr
tainers. ==
REGISTER IN A. M. O"PEU I-
IS HALL'S ADVICE = ITHEATRE L
U Lterary students. registering for
nett asepnster will find it easier and, LAST TIMES TODAY Metro Presents'x
qglcker to do so either this moruing-
pr -tomorrow morning,. accor4l1ig to DA I' i * WfE
Rhegiatra-r BRT LYT- -
during thle afternoon hours and con Fm u NvlI
sequently the registrar's office has !! IN -
been crowded and the work hindered.: SOLDIERSX OF FO(FATTY)
The office will be open from 8' o'clock 5An Allan Dwan Productionw 0 TT
in the morning until 12 o'clock noon, NO= R PC U E"
an rm13 ni 'lc neAafternoon today and Friday for regis- METRO A ( 4yrrsn~mcnt h oeph M. Schenck
tration for all classes. _RI AY ATU DAY ,Z lieIfen
_ ]FIDAY 'TURDY iTe Paety
P~Y O II ,ASSEMBLYPa t
]!age In 1111# gaenslan Dedicated to 41 -
I'rof, IL H. Higbie by Vote a=
Al GViss=c_1 THE
- -WORLD'S.
f'of Wiim H. Ilobbs yesterday 5 UNISi
4Ivocatod tihe "open mind" in his FAT-MAN
speeh ibefore the senior engineer as-= = ACTOR'
6smbly. "A. well considered Judgment ~; = 11IN A
,ld knowledge of men is necessary for = MIK-FE
success In life,' he cp4rtiuued, W.s R. / N - 7MIK-El
p5ill Q.gior ROLLING,
prof. Honry H. Iiie was selected IN
4s the 44an to whom.i the class would LAUHTE
41icato a page in thle Michiganousil. LUGTE
4ccording to yoarly custom. It was 5= ! B=YWTHLD'
decided that only thane seniors paying as, fNtel U -IS
their class9 dues would be mentioned - "J ''FAT MAN
In the commeuncemient Invitations. _ n. the IRVIN SWITE
Use the advertising columns of The ofi T3cLj CB
Meihigan Daily to reach the best of -t.=.CWIT,
.Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv. --'td kitecL JunI "-whispered the dtishLS = W- UIA
Paranize Daly Advertiers.-Ady. tdiW f1k ,"Ch bes..k. AE
I cAND
DEVI TODAY ONLY *
Students Lunch L /_AD E T

409 Jafnerson - Vw A "First National" 'Attraction ADDED
V* rn IFHOT DOG
Hi'gh Class Food A I CTURE of CENTURY AN D Y
Swicked, wonderfulANri-faAuecz CON G
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p .m BLIZZARDa ri
W __________________bu~tter-fly /KINGBLZAD
- aught in the net is FA-
to na onae Ne MATINEES
1.LDN Nwlyg 1) ct ~ul ~~& at
AtleicEENIN-7:00 AND .8:80
Equipment e l -- =AFTER LUNCH
SFor EVery ___________________ It's the
Oudo HA 7TCSSY COMNG SUNDAY
Fot=lMo~n Piture News: One of they WM. S. HART
ten bs plays pruduced durnng 1920 H
A. c SPALPI"NG & JPRQs; wFITHEAURA
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