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L}IN DAYFEI3Rt'AIL V2S, 19_26.

THEARMICIGAN, DAIL.Y

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ORHSRfHSN Committee Arra p
FORFRO6SH FROLIC~
'Tickes 0ForParty Fll 4Go0 On1Sale!
F riay ; 1Freshman Preerenice
To La.st 1Four Days
PATRONS ANNOUNCED
Selectinlg Sammy~ Stewart's Singing!.
fioptos ofrihthe mscfrt annualt Frosh Frolic, which willI
be~ -lhld._Aareh 19 in the Union ball
to.eom. the cormittee at a recent meet-! '
iig decc~cided to place tickets for the ......
event on sale next Friday at the side
zl ,sk in the lobby of the Union. Pref-
'#rence will1be given to freshmen the
f sfour flays 01: ticket sale. Tickets;
itre priced at $5 Dy
Stewart's musical organization of 19.0,9 Frosi Frolic ('oiinitc
13 pieces is now playing at the Sun- s Top row, left to fight- CharlesI
eit Inn in Chicago. In choosing thisi Moor, 'J. Franklin Miller, general
orchiestra thle conmnittee- believes it !chairman, Ilerbert 11I. Oakes, Jr.,I
iirls selected one of the best coloredi Donald W. Easter. Bottom row-left'
01,(hestras in the country. This one Ito right-Frederick Win~eld, Bernad-';
large orchestra will take the place of lie I.. Malay, Louise 0. Murray, Hfel-
iAo smaller organizations, which en C. Rankin, Dalton D. Walper.
la.ve played at previous frolics.
(The favors and programs will be
combined this year, each' couple as! 019LO~ O
they enter receiving a miniature re-- MEIALBD API NTS
oi d album in which to place their 1wl ebn
in leather and the covr embossed. uvnTHIIIIICE-PRUIIIUILII
Designs in decorations for the event t r d i h l -a p s c n e t c n
cntrcdin he ll-amps cntet CThPresident Commendes Little's Advocacy
ducted b)y the committee are now he- I ! maomi~t ituto
ing receivedl by the chairman, Her-
ijert K. Oakes, Jr., '29. EPo.l.S atiio h
,Patrons and patronesses for teiPo.A .Wrhno the patho-
ist-year class social* affair, as an- logical department of the Medical I
pounced by the chairman last night, school, was elected first vice-presidentE
~iclude President Clarence Cook LittleofteA riaClegofPycan
ind Mrs. Little, President Emeritus' ot the fialmeinCogof hboyieians
l.Iai y B. Hiutchins and Mrs. Hutchins, Fatyheial me eti.ofh oyheld
osepli A. ;Bursley, Dean of StudentsFrictdywigheiDtronkSit. hiesothrs
And Mrs. Bursley, Dean *Iohn R. Ef: ctedeetDr.Prank.SmithesMaCi-
*f ge and Mrs. Effinger, Dean Morti-caoprsen;Po.CrlsMti
i er E Coe n r.CoeDa of McGill university, Montreal, sec-
~er . Coley nd Ms. Coley D a nd vice-president; and Dr. Stewart
Flnry M. Bates and Mrs. Bates, Dean E
xeorge W. Patterson and Mrs. Patter- HvcR. Roberts of Atlanta, Georgia, thirdl
ionz, Dean Jean Hamilton, Dean Hugh vc-president. The new officers will
and rs.Cabo, Cach ielingbe installed in February, 1927.
g~abot adMs aoCahFedn At the concluding session of the
..Yost and Mrs. Yost, Prof. JesseI
4 RevesandMrs Reves Prf Jmilfive-day meeting Friday the American'
S. eevs ad rs.Reees Prf EilCongress on Internal Medicit an-
4Lorch and Mrs. Lorch, Prof. Thomas n ounced the discontinuance of the
1~. Rankin and Mrs. Rankin, Prof. Wil- Ibd
1-am A. Frayer and Mrs. Frayer, Prof. bd and the merging of the congress
Clyde E. Love and Mrs. Love, Shirlev I with, the American College of Physi-I
mit seretry f he nivrsiy, ndci ans to form a new body to be called
niith, e regisoftrarUir .smit, d("The Clinical Congress of the Ameri-
~N rs. Smith, Misr.raM. SWald, can College of Physicians." The pres-j
AbboMs.Stt, r. and Mrs. RoberoC; ct members of the congress will au- I
,. Abet, r. landF acMr.RFbrank- tomatically ibecome "associates of the
,I nge M.hoploandM iss Mr Fayk- college."
iliaM. Tompsn ad Mis Am S. The statements of President Clar-I
'oba rt. kee Cook Little Wednesday night in
Of Reigion an address to the congress, when he
~~cooIeople in matter~s of anatomy and
STriples Enrollment ,, pysiology, were cited by Prof. Afe

gsing 1929 Dance

LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on

The Baptist guild will observe itsI
friendship hour from 5:30 to 7:30 o'-
clock at the Guild house. Refresh-
mnents will be served.

two successive days cnly. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events "Campus Booze" is the topic which
Editr b ~ P ~Lwill be considered at theBaptist guild
meeting 'at 6: 30 o'clock, with Milton
R E L I G I1O0TUTS Staub, '27, and George Preusser, '2G6M,
Sunday as leaders.
Prof. Leroy I3. Waterman and Rev-I St. Paul Students' club meets from
ere]1( Chiipman will lead religious '5 :30 7:30 o'clock in the club rooms,
education classes at noon at the flap-,420 North Seventh street.
tist Gild'house.
cthcs rou W~j ,eetat The Lutheran. Students' club will,
JCvwiSh ehc ru Iiimet t3 meet at 5:30. o'clock in the. Parish
d'Clck t te Jivlh cmm~n t ce- Ihall, corner of *Washington street and
j er, 538 North Division street. Fifth avenue, with discussion on the
sublject, "Is the Campus All Wet?" !

WEEK COM. GDr~ICWMt.,
SUNDAY, FEB.28 3u.Mit.
Direct From Six Months on Brosdwuy
THE BIG MUSICOMEIDY IT
KOSIIER ,KIrTY.KE
With Original New York Cast 'and Prbduction
WHIRLWIND DANCES TININ.1G
A THOUSAND LAUGHS

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The Jewish Students' association
Will meet at 4 o'clock at the commuiin- WASHiINGTON. - President Cool-
ity center, 538 North Division street.' idge has affirmed rulings of the Tac-
Supper will be servedl. na-Arica piebiscitary commission.

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NAITIONAL C~i.TICS HAVE NO31ItiNATEI) "SALLY OF THE SAWDUST"
AMIONG 'THE SIX BEST PICTU IIlS l)VRING TIME PAST TWELVE ?VONiTHS
-YOU MAY EXPECT THE LIMIT.I

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PRESENTING ANOThIER
SPer Dramatic Coiedy Classic
P.T. BAR-NU WOULD CALL IT IN CIRCUS TERMS
TheGREATEST SHO0 0NEARTH!
.Two- LovabI4 Boiieliads
Sall , dancing -al~ in circus span flea, and Sails
Wee in~ soft a~ril tears thirou hi a ra i nbow.sim leg
"opv', the lovable faker, with his delightful roui~
his jugglertj, hi,, little "car4 gam~e and bootleg int. - "
COULD YOU IMAGINE ANYONE BUT

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GElNIUTS ABILITY IN THE ('REA .TION OF TIlS PRODUCTION

Practically tripling the enrollment
1 gure of last fall, the Michigan School
if Religion opened its second semes-
('r of existence with an enrollment of
2'. The new school had a student
ody of 33 during the first semester.
LONDON. - Divergent views on the
roposal to increase the permanent
eats in the council of the League of

Stengel, president, ofthte American
College of Physicians, in the conclud-
ing speech of the session.
Professor Stengel dleclaredi that
many intelligent persons possessed
little knowledge of the most elemen-
tary matters pertaining to their 1)0(1-
ies and their bodily functions. "Tlre
average man is better. informed as to
the interior of his automobile or radio
set than he is regarding his own or-

aIions are causing a political stir. I Bans,", he said.
ySeondAYeekTEL LE 3MATS.
amll.a& aE *0ftU SE TUES. THUJRS.
50c to lac
Woodward at Eliot * Glendale 9792
The Bonste lie Co.
PRESENTS
The Man Who, Came Back"
Taken fromi Johin Fleming Wilson's Story of tihe Same .Title
The Theatrical Sensation of the Season of 1917.1918
- Jues Ekertand Never Excelled
Juls ckrtGoodman's Thrilling Drama of Row Far awoman
Will Go for the Man She Loges..
A Record Holder in New York City Until the Advent of
r: "Able's Irish Rose"
WEYTH EATRE
MON.-TUES., M R 1.2
SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE
Choice Locatons~ Available for tBoth Perfornmances
$3.30, $1.759 $2.20, $1.65

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FORREST HALS5EY
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XORO'TiV D OMlThI
POLICY
SUNDAY
1:30-3:10
4:40
7 :00
lU. F., 5i0c
BAL. .599
CHILID. 25c
110CES REiSTI
74c
OTH'IER D1AYS
25ec, 50c, loc,
7:00-8 :40
PRIICES SAME
AS SUINDAY

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PLAYED) BY A WONDERFULJ CAST HEADED, BY

THE INIMITABLE
FOLLIES COMEDIAN I
AND CAROL DEMPSTER

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"Salle of the Sawdust" is so
excellent a, flm, thanks to
the combiination of 1*. IV.
Griffith and W. C. Fields, that
a poor imovie fani ivio sees
inferior pictures -weeks uponi
weeks will be pardoned if h f
enjoys the luxury of shouting
Is head off ini praise,- said
the reviewer for tihe Evening
Telegram, dNew York.

You'll laugh a their ca eras, antics and sturats, and ou
will wee ~ai their trials and heartaches, but thro g it
all, ou'ill marvel ea their lhumanness.

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THOSE WVHO C ON VENIENTLY (AN COME EARLY WILL HIATE THlE
ADVANTAGE OF CHIC~(E SEATS IN tDiTlON TO AVOIDING STANI)'ING
IN LINE--SUNDAYt MATINEFES XRlE POPULA :

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BYT THE: ARCADE S IN PHONIt' ('OMBIN ATION
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