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Reorganization lists for the cadets
in the two R. O. T. C. companies will
be posted tomorrow on the special bul-
letin boards. The reorganization will
be effective at the beginning of the
second semester. The cadets that were
formerly in the first battalion of the
First regiment will remain in the
sante companies, unless transfers
have been requested. In the future
there will be two battalions to a
regiment instead of three. All trans-
fers have been given careful attention
and the men who have asked to be
placed 'in certain companies have
been granted the transfer in nearly
every case considered.
"Preliminary Training for Target
Practice," is the subject of a lecture
to be given by Lieut. George C. Mul-
len to the cadets of the First regi-
ment at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon
in University hall. This will be the
last address this semester.
Members of the R. O. T. C. band
will take drill work during the second
semester. The first meeting will
probably be held on Feb. 11. Further
information will be posted on the mil-
itary bulletin boards during the exam-
ination weeks.
A number of special drills will be
held during the next two weeks for the
cadets to make up the unexcused ab-
sences before the end of the first sem-
ester. The hours of drills will be
listed on the bulletin boards before
Mpnday morning.
The last athletic and gymnastic
program to be given this semester by
Dr. George A. May is scheduled for
the cadets in the second battalion of
the Second regiment at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon in Waterman gymnas-
lum.. Following is the list of ex-
ercises to be given:
Second regiment: Company I, par-
allel bar, vaulting horse, . jumping,
sprinting, wrestling, basketball; com-
pany K, rings, high jump, relay rac-
ing,. tumbling; company L, wrestling,
basketball, parallel bar, vaulting
horse, jumping, sprinting; company
M, relay racing, rings, high jump,
tumbling.
Manual of arms will be given to the
first battalion of the Second regiment
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in Wat-
erman gymnasium.
met with considerable success on the.
stage, two winters ago; as a picture
is is proving even more popular in the
larger cities where it has been shown.
"The Moth," featuring Norma Tal-
madge, will be shown at The Arcade
tomorrow. It is undoubtedly the best
feature in which Miss Talmadge has
appeared for some time. "The Moth"
tells the story of 'modern society-
deals with life as it is actually lived
by some of our rich. Miss Talmadge
is called upon for some exceptionally
strong dramatic acting, and after see-
ing this artist in "The Mth," it will
be a source of wonder that such a
charming creature as Miss Talmadge
can so well portray the stern reali-
ties of life.
In addition to "The Moth," the Ar-
cade will again show Charile Chap-
lin in "The Adventurer," his latest
and best comedy.
Library Will Be Closed Evenings
The Library building will be closed
at 6 o'clock nights for the next two

weeks during examinations, the same
as the other buildings on the campus.
The Library was open nights the last
few weeks in order to allow the stu-
Nights: Orci-. Pop.Mat Wed
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eaacHouse and Sat., 25c
25c to $1.00 DETROIT to $100
CLOSED THIS WEEK
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NlEXT WEEK

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Anna Held, the popular star who is
appearing at the Whitney on Tuesday,
of, next week, in the musical comedy,
"Follow Me," is acting as godmother
to 49 wounded soldiers of France, and
she sends them money and luxuries
once each week when she is appear-
ing in America. In addition to these
duties she is acting as sole producer
of "Follow Me," and designing all the
costumes for the production.
These costumes, which are said to
be beautiful, are also of expensive
materials, and the leading woman her-
self never wears a gown whose price
is under four figures.
"The Midnight Follies," appearing
at the Whitney tomorrow night, is said
to be a pleasing musical comedy, with
a so-called Broadway beauty chorus.
In the cast are Happy Ben Way, late
principal comedian with Neil O'Brien's
Minstrels, Dusty Ahodes, "the man
with the funny face," Jimmie Mullen,
Miss Loala Carter, and Miss Florence
of the "Girl's in Toyland Company."
AT THE MAJESTIC
|William Hart will appear at the Ma-
jestic on Sunday in the latest of his
photo plays, "The Apostle of Ven-
geance." The story is one of the type
so popular a while ago, with, - the
scene laid in the atmosphere of the
Cumberland mountains of Kentucky.
Mr. Hart interprets the character of a
Kentuckian brought up in New Eng-
land, who has no patience with the
feud ideas of his family. When called
back from New England, to take the
place at the head of his house, after
the murder of his father, he tries to
preach the gospel of the brotherhood
of man, peace-on-earth, and good will
to all warring mountaineers. It is
after a number of trials that he finally
becomes an apostle of vengeance.

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Central Standard, Time
'matinees 3:00 Evenings 7 :00, 8:30
(Closed Tuesdays-Open Mondays)
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
Thur-Fri-24-25-Pauline Stark in "Until
They Get Me." Also Comcdy, "A
Birthday Blunder."
Sat-26-Wm. Russell in"New York tuck"
also two-reel W. S. Hart
Sun-Mon-27-28-J. Stuart Blackton in
"The Judgment House." Also Key-
stone Comedy, "Won by a Foul."
]vening 18c, 2c war ax-loc.
Wed-3o-Alma Reuben in "The Gown of
Destiny" Also comedy.

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