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T UHE MICHIGAN DAILY UEDAY, 2J KN:V

Aerial 1,Flivver" Make Bow

aise", Op. 74, Mendelssohn's "Spin-
nling Song", the pianist's own beloved 1
Minuet, the Schubert-Liszt "Hark,1
I-ark the Lark" and the, Chopin-Lisza
"The Maiden's Wish" ; were success-
ively played for an audience which re-
fused to leave until the piano wasj
closed and Paderew ski made no fur-
ther responsise to ther enthusiasm.

Election Defeat

ChcWill Be Offered L' INTITOKEARURTON

RLA1,NCIIAJW LEAVES TO TAJJ(
A1 lII W11AY ENGINE:ERS ME'1

Fails To Bother
Jersey's Senator'

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A~vc gfdn~"fITyr lhgwt i ~ orhrr vrmtr
The latest invention of P. tulig, German enginear and glider expert, is
an acorial "flivver." This is a gl r e 'In, cad with a four - horsepower l
'help" motor.' Budig's models wiill be ,.oro at the coming Ormnond-Day-
tona glider, meet soon to come.°
naariDi CLU R V r_' UV REAPPEIAANCE
CuMLI ~. (Continued from Page One)
Comedy club will present three pane a nd noble- Ioetry. A Schubert Im-
act plays at its January mieeting. at prom~ptu rewafded the, persistant ap-
8 o'clock tomorrow night in ; azr t plause at its "conc~lusion.
Gasw ll A gell hal. Th newI Te other classical co myIposition was
one w hiih sounds stra~ngely modern
a4es to the club will compose the er ajlthiough-written nearly two centur-
tie as.ics aga. This vaN l3och' s najestical j'
There will re presented "The mi-;ly harmonious "Chroniantic Fantasia
pertine~nce of the Creature," by Gordon and Fugue" played with an exquisiteic
Cosmno- Lenox; "Nevertheless," hc r polyphonic clarity that was unique.
Stuart Walker; and "Two Slatternsf Chopin (Group Fluest
and a King," by Edna S. Vincent Mil-, It was the Chopin group, however, '
lay. w 'hich served to disclose at their 7on"-
After thede erformiances a business ith the powers which have made Pad-
medting will be held and plans will erewski a p~opular idol. In this sphere
be laid for the annual production to! he iu an unrivalled musical soccer ;
be held lite in March. ~. Theore are other great Chopin in-:
I terpreters, ,but only one Paderewvski.'
LAW EXAMS SCHED UL~,E D I Ji the signally characteristic feat- I
-~ taros of his emotional playing-his
Examination schedules for the Law : rhly va4ied andI delicately graduat-
school have been a nnounced, regular j ci tone, his morbidlezza, his haunting-
class work for second and third year' ly s.weet cantabile and his wonderfully;
classes Stopping Feb. 2. fir :t year ca.! rying: pianissimos- were; perfectly
classes will continue until the evell-, real1ized. pehb'as it is of his native.
ing of Feb. ' The s hedule follows: Polni'id fleeting through leis, mind as
Saturday, Feb. "Rights' in Land" h le nas that imaparts to his inter-
from 9 to 12 o'clock; Monday, Feob. j pretations that. eerie sadness, that:
5 "Suretyship" and "Agency"; 2:30 to I lsv grace and that wholly irides",
5 o'clock and 9 to 12 o'clock re~epct- cribabi e ethereal atmbnsphere. BW~j
ively; and "Roman Law"s 2 to 5 a'- Cho in's virile side was also, portray,
clock. Tues~day, .+'ob. 5 "Bailments", eed. hose who still cherish the gross
91 to 11:30 o'clock, apd "Trial Prac- misconuception of Chopin as a mioon-
tice", 2:30 to 5 o'clock. !.-,truck~, ien c choly hypochondriac hadj
On Wednesday, Pei). 7 "Equity;" 2 to 'mu icb to learn from the sweeping weir-.
5 ''4oe1k; -. Turs~lay, Feb). e "Dam- jil7ty I'itli which jiue thundered the:
ages 8 :3(0 to: Al1' clock and "Dme- "lteVcilutionary" etude,, while no onie
tic Relations" 2': 30 to a 'clock.; F1 _ 1i0wholistened to the idyllic ballade,

State Music Clubs !
Plan Memory Tests
Officer s from all sections of the
state were present at a meeting of
the state b)oard of, the 'Michigan fed-
er'ation of music clubs which was held
yisterday in the 'Union. Chairmen of!
disic ;~t and preside'nts of mnus ical
club)s within the state were inviteti toi
attend the meeting and ta number of
these critics were present aIs guests
of the state boar~d.
Opening with a luncheon, at which
re,)orts fromi the department chair-'
T:'. were an lbmittedi, the mlecLtin g con-
tinu'ed throughiout the afternoon. The
development of music in the rural
distrvicts, and the forthcoming state-
wide music mnemory contest were the i
principal topics of discussion at the
^.fternoon meeting. The music mem-
ory contest which is to be0 held in Ann
Arbor on Jan. 28 was also discussed. j
The contest which is to be held here'
is for the Ann Arbor district only,
similar contests being planned for the
v ariouas districts throughout the slgate.
Y OST WILL SPEAK AT
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
F ourteen nrembers of the Univer-
sity Chamber of. Commerce have r'e-
served a tahle ,at the Chamber of Corn-
mnerce banquet in the. Chamber of
Con~nieA'ee Inn .at 12:10 o'clock ter-
,daty.
Coah Fielding .H. Yost will deliver
an address in conjunction with the I
shotwin ; of slow motion picture% of a
football game. The I 'lm to be shows.
wil be of a regular game ,and as it is,
sheen the coach will explain each
play in detail telling the rules thatc
gov ,rn that phase of action.c
All seats have been reserved, and
many applications refused for the
banquet.
APPROVES HEALTH TESTS'

Groups of not less than 10 st"I'lnts
each who. are studying i.sychology.r
have been asked by t he jsy cliolcgy
department Itoappear for t 4; ,(ltzrin: ;
the course of the wiveek. 'The tests
will be in the nature of plsyiholo gical
character anid analysis and the men}
and women appearing for thiework!
willI gra de each other in character.
which will necessitate their boing tc
a cortain' extent intimate with cac'l

P 1ros. A arion L. Burton gill leave
today for Flint where ]owvi:l'1)0 the
spatr at the Chamber of Commerceoi,-,i h, i
atldress I ic'higan talmi t"1 the
city, onl the plans fOr i' ierliA y T
Paiisioni. During hiusta ly inll it Pres-'
ident -- on will be the guest of" F.
Spencer 131512p..
ITomorrow President Burton Nvill go
to Bay City where hie will address the
c~ t v In~, ~ 1u .,~, ' , , .,

Pror. Arthur it. Blanchard, head of
the dlepartment of hlighway engineer-
in:anl transport, will leave tomorrow
'or C"ohlmbus, Mo., where he will adl-
dres s the 161,h1alnnual Convention of
tc1 hilghway i'nginewrW s' asoiaion of
M itssouri, being held under theou
spice- of the! University of Mfissouri.
ILie wI take as his subject : "Legisla-
'e I I igh wa~vy Tra nsport _Problems."
!It is exnected that more than hail
of the Ftate legislature will attend 'the

I p~~art in the dedication of thz!e new BayV
If the tests prove satisfact~ory they t ity high sch~ool, as the pinpa
will be of much . huportance to tesee thehe irhr1. ie pil b
employmecnt mianwagers in seleetinig* the uest of 'Regent William 1. ('1tm-
Imen -to fill positions, according to ienzts in Bay City. lile will return toc
Prof. Henry F. Adams, head of the An~ro hrdyatron
psychology department. "'if the vill- _An_.________ ___________rnooz.
no placed on'-imiself by the individ-l;zezc 1:I vzzpo
ual ca be relie d on, and whether or 1)eai "drwlo riIh''(~5
not he under .triovErrates himnself will Lai .annme, Jan1. 8. -{- 4y <. P.)-The
help considerably inl seicting ,mz en iE.yptiaris have kent another (onnuli-I
for :various positions." cation A to the conference deznianding
The test will also show if it is, 1)0- withdrawal of B~ritish troops alid corin-
si1)le for one nunzi or woman to ac- r'et independence for i<<yht atzd the
cuarately judge ainother in tact, latelli- iSa .;
gence, and]aatters relatingt to char--
acter.
N\enlbera, of these iti-fic fa(ulty of . -
the University and vany others Who61
arye interested, have been invited to the

LEEP A-NYWUEU.E, BUJT
ET AT REX'S
THlE CLUB LUNCHU
712 Arlsor Street
Ncir $State and JPackard4 Streets
VICTOR AILMENINGER
PIANO TUNING
School aof *: b is Tunier
PHOQNE3062
Office nt Res.. 41S N. 1Divlslon St,

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Sena ior ,Its eph SFrehingliuySt'llon
t 1e links at Hot Springs
H-1is (defeat at the hands of Gov. Ed- I
ward 1. Edwards in the fall election
doesn't seem to worry Senator Joseph
S. Frelinghuysen, R~epubl ican. and
close friend of President Harding.

tioll of. the ulant [for the lpastllmza'
ltion of milk, by thlcelostroiic lWoees, 1
.''ednesday night. Toie conce'rn is the
first of its nato re to be et~h:id
and is known as the 'Eleclroioe or-
! por ationl
Victor Brown, who is insl uiental
in haviing the first of the facteriest
placed in :inn Arbor, gives as his reas-
on Ile fact that it is the ccompanyv's
wihto be ill a plosition where scient -
iists can slave every op)port unit y to
investigate tho wor'k.
L 1'he plane where the onpening w'ill be
held is situated at the cor ner of First
I anl" Liberty streeiS.I

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SHUEBERT
ICHIG A All This Week

MATINEES
TUESD)AY
THU RSDJAY
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health examinationO gven every
year to all students, are progressing '
Sattisfactorily, according to Dr. W. E.
Forsythe, Director of the University
Health service. The appointments for
examinations are being mnade by do-;
partments, the order in which they.
are given beng: medics, (dents, laws,
engineors, andt lits. 1Examinations for
laws are. almost completed at this
tim e. Dr. Forsythe states chat all ex-
amiration-f will 1~robably not he com-
ploted until the end of the current
Got somieth'ing for sale? A "Daily"
the Daily .will find it.-Adv.
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OPPOSITE CADILLAC HiOTEL

PHONE MVAIN 7790

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COMPANY
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dlay, Foeb. 9 "Sales" 9 to 12 o'clock,I
anti "Municipal Corporation,;" 16;30 to
5 'clock.

t1he ra~her lByronic mazurka Orthme
graceful1 valse could nlot long (doubt
is mastery of emjotionial eAxpress ions
rtj ,4,i llv restraine'd ver in fin ite'lyt

Rachel Crothers' Smart Condv

_- ta r mdiel';-ssorte'd r-d ple sink' varCIVof
seiec';ns. Leave ytour order nob), and be sure
of early delivery

C'leve hid C(-bW) ill 1'I* t 'rofnigi ,iippealhlg.
Discussion of Plans for second so- Pladerowskis own charming and
mnster activities 3 will: take 1up)thle original Yoeturne in B3-flat followeCi
greater pa;rt of the mjee tng of the the C hfpi and precededl the fiinal di s-
Cleveland club at 7 o'clock. this eve- play; of virtuoso- pryr'otechilcs in
ning in room 318 of the Mtic higan Un- Liszt's tvr~ lfth Hungarian Rhapsody.
ion. A repott of t~he formal da>ne giv- pilTe larhar lc pagean try of the Rhap-
enl inl Cleveland luring thi hitmssty its stirring rhythm, coruscating
holidays will also be mawde. ITrilliarice and ornate arabesque do c-
oratioas 4ere stirringly delivered.
_________ I he tor ent of applause which greet-
New Tuxedo Suits for dental. Wji d A tis stupendous rendition' was me-
and co. State. Street.-Adv. 1rnorable anid inaugurated one of the
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. longest encore programns over given
here.
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Advy. The Chlopin-Liszt "Melody poloni-

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eople5 r, !

Skating,
Coatn

A Attexming .Sii~tc 4 s -New York :and 'ITlroig~Ioiut;
the C'(ountry. illtlf!gSatire ad Suble *llior.
______ $1 iesdav 25
Ni1ghts 50c, 75c, $1Mat#-s. TIhurd Sa-5.
WEEK OF JAN. 15- "THE, MOUNTAIN MAN"

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to The Demand, For Better Pictures!l

Oil Mayonnaise
Now Served

Having to Use
Hard Water

c.. fIul not to miss the out: tidhig cil 011m110!7 hIemnents.

Wri'yYou sire golig

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..Made in a manner" that
leaves 4nothing to be desiredz,
is served now with all salads
whenever desired-at no'ad-
ditiO-nal charge. Try it1 to-
day. Th e salads are 8c to 25c:

Roughens
the Hands.
No remedy
quite like,
Dermal
Cream
Lotion1

pio Adiac to IPrices
Evenings.....31c
~Var i'ax.....oc
l)lataaee .....2Ac
War Tax. .. ...03c
Total........
School ("ldre-1's "Rat-
irtee Tuiesdauy, 4I &cloek.
(Chilidren under 112, 10c.

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