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THE MIC HIGAN DAILY________

Li womenu who have missed them'
ointments for posture examination,
requested to be examined by 4
)k this afternoon in Barbour gym-
urn. The examination is essential
"eceiving_ credit for the semester's,
L' .
east anid lung examinations are
aired from all women who wish to
in the interhiouse basketbal
-nament. The certificates of the
ninations, also a list of all the
ers on every house team, "are re-.
ted to be left for Marian~na Small-'
in the office of Barbour gymnas-
embers of the University Glirls'
club who want one of the group
Tres which were taken for the
Ian are asked to call Elsie Karle,
t 1485-W between 12 and 2 o'clock
1women who wish to take tho
'ses in- playground work or in aes-
ic dancing for beginners as offer-
iy the department of physical.
ration for next semester, are re-
,ted to sign at once on the bulletin
d in Barbour gymnasiumr. The
Jnig course will be given._ at 81
,k on Monday and 'Wednesday
ings in Barbour gymnasium.

CHILD I MUSICAL GENIUS
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Three Extension Talks. GIveni Geological Clubs Ifear Report
'three faculty members delivered Reports of the 'Christmas copven-
University Extension lectures yester - tions of the Geological Society of Am-
da.Prof. R. D. T. Hollister, of the
public speaking department, gavee erica and affiliated societies held here
sixth of a series of 10 'lectures on during vacation were read and dis-
"Recent Poetry" at Detroit before the cussed at the meeting of the Geologic-
Fellowship club of St. Paul's Cathed- al and Geographical Journal club last
ral. night in the Natural Science. build-I
P. William D. Hendlerson, of the

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extension department spoke befome the?
Twentieth Century :club at Detroit or',
"Dollairs an~d Sense in Educatton", and '
iGeorge R. Swain, of the Latin depart-
ment, gave an illustrated lectu re con-
cerning "Personal Glimpses of th e
Near East" before the Lansing Six 0'-
c-lock club.

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LEARN TO DANCE
H ALSEY'S
DANCE STUDIOS
Hfour 1-.5, 7.20 Wnertli Arcade

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THE MYICHICAN UNION
SEATS NOV 4 NSALE
ALL RESERVED
NOTE
This Is The, Most Complete Stbdent
The~ater in, America
AND OPERATED BY. STUDENTS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
These Performpances are for the Gener~al Public as- well as for
members of the University
Fr-ayad auraTE MIMES REPERTOIRE COMPANY PRESENT

THE story o a rich man who
always got what he ivanted-
till he fell'In love. And how
he had to lose everything else
to win the girl. B~ig, virile
drama bristling with dramat-
is punches.

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'osture examinations are required
e taken by ,all women enrolled in
iomore or freshman gymnasium
;ses by noon today in Barbour gym-
um. No credit will bxe given -torl
semester's work without the ex-
nation.
haperones for the dances this week
are as follows: Armory, Friday-
Yates Adams; Saturday-MIiss
tha. Hills; Union, Friday-Mrs. E.
leartt; Saturday-Mrs. M. Cake.1

Julie Roscoe
Anderson college, Anderson, S. C. boasts of a child prodigy that is a
musical genius., Not only that but the hill is a sensational .daner. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roscoe, but four years' ago the college
"adopted" her and now June has a E mall room all to herself and lessons,
in music and harmony as well as English, FPrench and history.
ILeague Gets Another Boost f Since senior women will swear theft
Another boost has. been given the gowns at the time of the Junior Girls
buildinga funid of the Women's Ieague play, the committee has asked that or-
by, the installation of a gasoline fill- tders be Placed within the niext fe'
ing station on the future building site vreeks.
of the league. -_________

"THE FIVE - FIFTEEN"1
X SUNSHINE COM1EDY ORCHEST" A

NEWS.

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TJIJ THEATERIS

A Play in Four Acts-By EMILE YERHAEREN

Screen--T'oday

The station which is only a temnpor-
ary structure is owned by the M Ii
gamua Oil C0o. which plans to= give'
a part of the earnings of the gasol-1

.rade-Jack Holt
a Man;," comedy'
review.

in "Making
and sport

IMajestic -- "When Knighthood
Was in Flower;" special luus-
ical score for enlarged M.Najes-
,tic orchestra.
Orpheum-H. B. Warner in "The
Sheik of Araby;" comedy,. "A
Ranch Romeo?"
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SWuerth-4larie Prevost in "Her
ight of Nights;" Snub Pol-
lard in "Newly Rich;" Pathe
news.

Ipumps to the JwVomen's League build-
Ingfund.
" Seniors t0o''rder C. ,s nd tGownis
All seniors are urged to order their
caps and gowns from Mack's as soon
as possible. As measuremnents must
bec taken and the, particular sizes sent
for from out of town, it is necessary
that this 'be done early.

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Profa. Brtlett WilN Address Clubs
Professor Barbara H. Bartlett of thef
public health nursing department will
speak before two parent hers as-
sociations during the firsEt of Feb-'
ruary, at Redding, Michigan, on Feb.
1, andl at B~errien Springs, Feb., 9.
"Day oy dlay, in every way, I am
at your service", JIMMIE, the ad tak-
er. Call 960.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Same Exceellent Acting Company -- and Massive Production
"The Most Talked About Dramatic
Offering 'of the Day~~

Reginald
DE;NY
F a wos Hero of
THE LEA.hE NJI

EXCELLENT CAST

S UNDAY
See tl 6 ui,aSni~ tiua~ tothe
greatest adevuture drama of the
year!
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-INCLUDES-
CARL GUSKE, THOMAS: UNDERWOOD, LAUREN STOKES BERRY,
CHARLES D. LIVINGSTONJE, EDWARD PARNELL, WENDELL
H.ANSELMAN, CROSBY REES, ROBERT DAVIS,
EDWARD STARK, AND OTHERS.

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Stage-This Week
Garrick (Detroit) - "The Bat,"
with Wagenhals and Kenmper
S company.
Shubert- Michigan (Detroit) -
I Bonstelle company in "The
rRiddle Woman."

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WhatAre You
Wearing to. the
Has this question bccn -troubling you?
We know that you will want to look
your very best that night-and still )ou
may be too bush. now to spend much
time. selectit g. your Hop gown. Per-
haps -ewe can help you.
For, The House Party
For the house party you will probablyp
need a new af ternoon frock and, per-
haps 'some da;IntP lingerie. We have,
chosen our stocke with =the view to help
you, here also.

"GOOD BEHAVIOR AT THE -HOP'," B y iThornton Sargent and Leo Hersh-
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"AN INTERVIEW WITH JIOHN LAWTON."

"FRONTISPIECE," By One of the Quests from Smith.

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"ACT IVITIES OF HOUSE PART GUESTS," Illustrative Page by avid son _
"BURLESQUE ON OUSE PARTIES,"'B Leo J. Hershdorfer.
"CbXJPR INTH R FF _C01,0s Rv I 1 cxT n~ fld AAn

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