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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IRST SEMESi ER
EXAM SCHEDULES
ARE NOW READY
Examination schedules for the first
emester may now be procured in the
egistrar's office, University hal.
'he schedule is as follows: courses on
ionday at 8 o'clock, second Monday
-12; at 9 o'clock, first Tuesday 9-12;
t 10 o'clock, second Tuesday 9-12;
t 11 o'clock, first Monday 9-12; at 1
clock, second Thursday 9-12; at 2
'clock, second Wednesday 9-12; at 3
'clock, second Tuesday 2-5.-
Courses on Tuesday will come as
ollows: at 8 o'clock, first Saturday
-12; at 9 o'clock, first Monady 2-5;
,t 10 o'clock, first Thursday 9-12; at
1 o'clock, first Saturday 2-5; at 1
'clock, first Wednesday 9-12; at 2
x'clock, first Friday 9-12; at 3 o'clock,
econd Wednesday 2-5.
Exceptions to this schedule are
nade in the following cases: French
. (all sections), second Monday 2-5;
pansh 1 (all sections), second Mon-
Lay 2-5; rhetoric 1 (all sections), first
T'hursday 2-5; history 1, la, and 1b,
Irst Wednesday 2-5; economics 1 and
6, first Tuesday 2-5; psychology 7,
rst Thursday 2-5; mathematics A,
w, 1, AE, 2, 2E, and 51 (all sections),
Irst Friday 2-5.
XTENSION LECTURES
TOTAL TWLLE INAL
Extension lectures for this week
'uimber 12 in all. Prof. J. B. Edmon-
on, of the School of Education, spoke
esterday at Elk Rapids on the sub-
ect, "Why a Parent-Teacher Associ-
tion," and Prof. C. S. Berry, also
4f the School of Education, had
peeches scheduled yesterday and to-
lay at Reed City. Prof. R. M. Wen-
ey, of the philosophy department, ad-
tressed a Detroit audience yesterday.
Ris subject was not announced.
Today Professor Wenley will speak
t Centreville on "Citizenship and
tesponsibility." Professor . Edm>n-
on will repeat his lecture on the
iareni-teacher association at Tra-
erse City. Prof. Henry F. Ada r.s, of
he pycology department, will al =
peak today at Grand Rapids on "The
?sy(hology cf Advertising." Prof.
onis Eich of t tl dejartment of pub-
ic speaking, will read "The Taming
f the Shrew" at Hudson. Other lec-
ures are Prof. W. C. Hoad, of the
agineering school, at Midland, on
he subject, "Relation of Public Water
o Public Health and Economy"; Prof.
s, S. Berry, of the School of Educa-
ion, at Mt. Pleasant, on "American-
zation"; Prof. Clifford Woody, of
lie School-of Education, at Reed City,
sn "Possible Research Work in Public
chools." The . last-named lecture
W111 be given Saturday morning.
T heWhitney
"The Bat," by Mary Roberts Rine-
art and Avery Hopwood,. one of the
reatest dramatic successes in years,
rhich Wagenheis and Kember will
resent at the Whitney theater on Sat-
rday and Sunday, Jan. 14 and 15, is,
iaking one of the most spectacular
HUCBERT Wed. & Sat. Mat. fre to45
MICHICAN Nlights 75c to $2.50
(DETROIT)
The Prpvidence Players Present
IThe Emperor Jones"
By Eung'ne O'Neill
with CHARLES CILPIN
aARRICK Mat.Wed.Sat. o toto
DETROIT
EDDIE CANTOR
in
'The Midnight Rounders"
with.NAN HALPERIN
and Glittering Chorus

tours of the country ever achieved
by a play. Capacity audiences are the
rule at each performance and thou-
sands who desire to see the perform-
ance are finding themselves unable to
secure seats.,
The success of "The Bat" on tour
is not hard to understand. The play
itself is 100 percent entertainment.
it is thrilling, mysterious, and dra-
matic. More, it is uproariously fun-
ny. Critic after critic has declared
unequivocally, that one character in
"The Bat" is unquestionably the fun-
niest character ever seen on any
stage. And this in a play that has
been called "the greatest mystery play'
ever written."

FACULTY MEMBERS ATTEND
MEETING OF BIOLOGISTS
D. D. Van Slyke, '05, Elected President
of Biochemical Society at
Yale Meeting.
Several members of the medical
faculty attendedbthe meeting of the
Federation of the Biological Sciences
at Yale university during the Christ-
mas holidays. Dr. F. G. Novy, of the
bacteriology department, was presi-
dent of the Society for Experimental
Pathology, and Dr. C. W. Edmunds,
president of the Society for Pharma-
cology and Experimental Therapeu-
tics, these being two of the societies

which form the Federation. Dr. Ed-
munds was re-elected for the coming
year.
aur.. E. E. Nelson, of the department
of pharmacology, presented a paper
at the meeting. Donald D. Van Sylke,
'05, of New York, was elected presi-
dent of the Biochemical society.
Dr. Stacy R. Guild, of the depart-
ment ofanatomy, attendedthe meet-
ing of the Anatomical society which
was also held at Yale during the
holidays.
Try a Daily Want At. It pays.-Adv
in R A E
LAST TIMES TODAY
Douglas McLean in
"THE HOME STRETCH"
Also Carmel Meyers
This "AD" with 15c will admit you
today
Tomorrow - Larry Semon
SOON - "THE SHEIK"
With Rudolph Valentlio
UR AEw

VS

Princess

Pat

PRICE $9.00

LOW-HEEL blucher model
that women franklyadmit
is the most comfortable
brogue they have ever
worn.

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TODAY AND

SATURDAY

numi iwn iu r

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"When I'm Mayor, I won't
need a Husband, thanks!" 1IT ADX E
There isn't a man UI
stop Connie being
Mayor - but, gee!
aren't some women-
rough on a pretty
girlI
I >"Joseph M. .
SY Schenckv
ostace'
JUST WHAT IS IT?
WHO WILL DARE SAYI
A GENTLE SLAM AT
-- MERE MAN -
A COMEDY OF BALLOT PAPERS
-- AND BALLET CAPERS -
ADDED Se"e
2:00 and 3:30
Lloyd-Ham -Hamilton Even ig
7:00 and 8:30

I

ONLY TWO
DAYS MORE

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

ONLY TWO
DAYS MORE

The Sunshine Kiddies

of Melody Lane

"SNOOKS"
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EVA TANGUAY'S
"I DON'T CARE"

THE
CO-STARS
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"MA"

RITA
PRESENTS
"I AIN'T
NOBODY'S DARLIN

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A HEART.
INTEREST STORY

WITH
SCENIC BEAUTY

II

James M. Barrie's

Featuring

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Little

Alice

Calhoun

Flinister"

PRESENTING
A PERFECT CAST

MAKING
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TIONS NEVER SEEN BEFORE

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FUN SITUA-

MATINEE - 2:00, 3:30
Adults - 30c
Kiddies - 1 Oc

F( Swi

EVENING - 7:00, 9:00
Adults - 40c
Kiddies - 1Oc

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Beginning Saturday Morning at 8:30

A

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CLEARANCE

SALE

Of

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Friday - Saturday
Jack London's
"A Star Rover"

NECKWEAR
SAVINGS
$1.50 and $2.00
NECKWEAR
51

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$2.50 and $3.00
UNIONSUITS
REDUCED
TO
$1.85

$18.75

$28.75
Regularly up to $45

Regularly

priced to $35

COMING --

i

Charles

Sheep-Lined

Coats

Prices Cut On Pajamas
$2.50 AND $3.00 VALUES................$1.85

AT MARKED DOWN

Rann

PRICES

Kennedy's
The Servant

A Trouser Sale
Our Entire Stock of Trousers
at Radical Reductions
$10 and $12 Values.. $.85
$7.50 and $850 Values 45

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$22 VALUES REDUCED

- TO-
$13.85

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309 SOUTH MAIN STREET

- IN -

The House"

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