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THE ARCADE
Jan. 2"-Feb. 3, a week of Big Stars.
Forget exams for an hour each day
and see them. Result-better blue-
books. Next week's stars - Theda
Bara, Clara Kimball Young, Alice
Brady, Billie Burke, Ethel Barrymore,
E. H. Sothern, Charlie Chaplin.
APPOINTS JOHN CARTY
SIGNAL CORPS MAJR
CREATOR OF TrANS- CONTINENTAL
TLEPHONE SERVICE SE.
LECTED BY WILSON
Washington, Jan. 26. - President
Wilson today signed the commission of
John C. Carty of New York as major
in the signal officers' reserve corps.
Major Carty is the chief engineer of
the American Telephone and Tele-
graph company. Major Carty has been
leading the experimental work on the
wireless telephone in this country
which was tried out by the navy de-
partment some months ago.
He is also the creator of the trans-
continental telephone service. He was
decorated by the emperor of Japan
with the Order of the Riiug Sun and
the Order of the Sacred Treasury for
his scientific work.
PLANS COMPLETE FOR FORMAL
1917 JUNIOR CLASS PARTY
(Continued from Page One.)
Ward, Dean J. O, Schlotterbeck and
Mrs. Schlotterbeck, Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
Jordan, Prof. L. A. Strauss and Mrs,
Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Campbell, Prof.
J. R. Allen and Mrs. Allen, Prof. Emil
Lorch and Mrs. Lorch, Prof. Dean W.
Meyers, Prof. C. W. Edmunds and Mrs.
Edmunds, Prof. N. B. Foster and Mrs.
Foster, Prof. A. S. Whitney and Mrs.
Whitney, Prof, T. Harrison and Mrs,
Harrison, Prof. John Waite and Mrs.
Waite, Prof. F. H. Stevens and Mrs.
Stevens, Prof. J. J. Cox and Mrs. Cox,
Prof. A. E. White and Mrs. White.
Exam Week Dates

Mat.
Wed, V Sat.

GARRICK
UETRITiU

Week of
Jan. 22

17UWard's

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That classy look in men's clothes comes from
"personal service"--individual cutting to your
measure and perfect fit. Those long wearing
and lasting qualities come from the all-wool frab-
rics from which-
WARD'S KLASSY KUT KLOTHES
are made. Hand tailoring combines these things.
That's the combination we offer you.
$17 UP TO $60

D E TR O IT
"O H BOY"
AR C A DE
Shows at .3:00; 6:30; 8:0o; 9:30
roc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone, 296-M.
Fri.-26-Emmy Wehlen in "Vanity." -
Drew Comedy.
Sat.-27-Lillian Walker in "The Dol- 2
lar and the Law." Children's _Mat-
- inee, 2 P. M.
Mon.-29-Theda Bara in "Her Double
Life." 15c.
ITues.-3o-Clara Kimball Young in
"Dark Silence." (Ret.) Mutt and .
- Jeff Cartoon.
Wed-31-Alice Brady in "A Woman
Alcne." Mutt and Jeff Cartoon. rsc.
February
Thu.---x-Gretchen Hartman and Alan
Hale in "The Love Thief"; Chap. '4,
"Gloria's Romance," ("The Floating
Trap"). inc.
Fri -2--Ethel Barrymore in "The
Awakening of Helena Ritchie"; Drew
Comedy. isc.
Sat.-3-E. H. Sothern in "An Enemy
to the King" ;Charlie Chaplin in
"The Rink." x 5c.
Mon.-5-Aimee Erlich in "Snow
White" Christie Comedy. All tick-
ets, xoc.
Tues.-6-E. K. Lincoln and June El-
vidge in "The World Against Him";
Christie Comedy.
Wed.--7-Gail Kane and Carlyle Black-
well in "On Dangerous Ground."_
Comedy.
Thu.-S-Valeska Suratt in "The Vic-
tim"; Chap. 15, "Gloria's Romance"
("The Murderer at Bay"). 15c.
Fri.-9-Mabel Taliaferro in "A Wife
by Proxy," and Drew Comedy.
Sat.-o-Clara Kimball Youngin.
"The Common Law." (Ret.) Car-
toon. x~c.-
Mon.-Tues. - 12-13 - Clara Kimball
Young in "The Foolish Virgin." 25c.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
8:x5, 9.3
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Sat.-27-Frank Keenan and Enid Mar-
key in "Jim Grimnsby's Boy." Also
Triangle Comedy. isc.
Sun.-Mon.-28-29. Pauline Frederick in
"Nanette of the Wilds." Also llimes
Travels.
Tues.-3osWilfred Lucas in "The Micro-
scope Mystery." Also Triangle Corn.
edy.""5c
t What we
do to fiats
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
Leave your f1lm* at the Delta. sun
Featuring hot soda for zero weather.
Bloomfields. N. University.

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FRIDAY5FB UAR 2
"Drew in the best part he has had in years."-N. Y. Sun
JOHN D. WILLIAMS
Presents
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C. W. CRAIAM, Mgr.

A L L T H, i S VV i

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In Langdon Mitchell's Comedy

MAJO PENDENNIS
From Thackeray's Novel

N MASSINA, Mgr.

118 E. HURON ST.

T H E A R C A D E tried out next week is a success or a
an. 29-Feb. 3, a week of Big Stars. medical colleges.
-get exams for an hour each dayi
eo th en. Result-bettercblue- No matter whether the plan to be
ks. Next ,week's stars - Theda tried out next week is a success or
a, Clara Kimball Youn g, Alice failure, the big work has been accom-
dy, Billie Burk.e, Ethel Barrymnore,
II. Sothern, CharlietChaplin.y' plished. A real successful honor sys-
tem must come sooner or later. We
°--only differ as to when.
H SGStudents should keep in mind that
, PiG 3 it is their own personal feeling to-
ward it that will decide whether we
Today. j wait until next semester, next year or
10 o'clock-Class in zoology '2y.ten years hence. It looks now like
re for fish hatcheries at Northville a sure thing for next June.
Detroit. * * * * * * * * * * * * *
o'clock -Meeting of the Upp * LASS NOTICES *
m Bible class at 444 South State * *
,et.
* All law students who have not *
lTomorrow. * handed in to the clerk's office *
:30 o'clock-Meeting of the Stu- * their blue books for this semester's *
ts' society of Unitarian church. * examinations must do so today. *
:30 o'clock-Dr. J. R. Stevenson * One standard sized unmarked blue *
aks at Presbyterian church. * book is required for each examin- *
* ation. Election cards for next *
LIEVES PURPOSE OF HONOR * semester and also report cards *
SYSTEM HAS BEEN ACHIEVED * for this semester must be filled *
- * out and left at the office at this *
(Continued from Page One.) * time together with a self-ad- *
hed better results? Certainly, the * dressed stamped envelope. *
t important of these results has
a that the campus is considering * Students in the Colleges of En- *
tonesty in examinations in an en- * gineering and Architecture who *
dy new light. * wish to take examinations under *
; has been maintained from toe first * proctors should report this fact to *
supporters of the movement that it * the secretary's office at least 24 *
ild bring about a spirit of respon- * hours before each examination. *
lity toward the University and re- j* LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary. *
e the feeling of indifference to-*- * -
d cribbing. The fact that the mere * The class in zoology, '20, will *
ussion of the question has done * take an excursion at 8:10 (central *
ch to accomplish that result is * time) to the fish hatcheries at *
e1y significant. * Northville and Detroit. The lim- *
System Must Co e * ited car leaves State and Packard *
his article cannot deal with the * streets at this time. *
er results to be derived from the * R. W. HEGNER. *
;allation of an honor system. Most * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
these results aro obvious after a
nent's thought, and are now being Special Sunday evening luncheon,
omplished in the engineering and wnt -five cents. Bloomfield's N. Un-

Mr. Drew in a role delightfully unlike any he has ever played,
direct from memorable engagements at the Criterion Theatre
in New York and the Blackstone Theatre, Chicago.
PRICES :-50c-$2.00 MAIL ORDERS NOW
Box Office open Wednesday, 10 A. M.

Monday, Jan. 29.
4:15 o'clock-Mrs. Verna Luther,
soprano, sings in twilight concert at
Hill auditorium.
-Tuesday, Jan. 30.
4:15 o'clock-Second twilight con-
cert in Hill auditorium.
Wednesday, Jan. 31.
4:15 o'clock-Regular faculty con-
cert in Hill auditorium.
6 o'clock-Tau Beta Pi dinner at
the Union.
Thursday, Feb. 1.
11 to 12 o'clock-Absence commit-
tee meets for women.
12 o'clock--Dental faculty luncheon
at the Union.
3 to 4 o'clock-Absence committee
meets for men.
4:15 o'clock-Fourth twilight con-
cert in Hill auditorium.
Friday, Feb. 2.
12 o'clock-Law faculty luncheon at
the Union.
4:15 o'clock-Last twilight concert
during examinations in Hill auditor-
ium.
Saturday, Feb. 3.
9 o'clock-Regular Saturday dance
at the Union.
Thursday, Feb. 8.
12 o'clock-Dental faculty luncheon
at the Union.
Friday, Feb. 9.
12 o'clock-Law faculty luncheon at
the Union.
9 o'clock-J-hop in Waterman gym-
nasium.
Saturday, Feb. 10.
7 a. m.- The Daily J-hop extra is-
sued.
4 o'clock--J-hqp concert of the Glee
and Mandolin club at Hill auditorium.
9 o'clock-Regular Saturday night
dance at the Union.
Monday, Feb. 12.
8 o'clock-Classes convene for sec-
ond semester.
Tuesday, Feb. 13.'
7 o'clock-The Daily resumes pub-
lication.
Alarm clocks, $1.00 up. Chapman,
Jeweler, 113 South Main St. tues-eod
THE ARCADE
Jan. 29-Feb. 3, a week of Big Stars.
Forget exams for an hour each .day
and see them. Result-better blue-
books. Next week's stars -- Theda
Bara, Clara Kimball Young, Alice
[ Brady, Billie Burke, Ethel Barrymore,
1E. H. Sothern, Charlie Chaplin.

AVIATOR EXPECTS TO RISE
IN RANKS OF U. S. MARINES
Youth Enlists in Flying Squad andj
Furnishes Own Aeroplane
for Service

TH E ARCADE
Jan. 29-Feb :, a week of Big Strs.
Forget exams for an hour cach day
and see them. Result-better blue-
books. Next week's stars - Theda
Tiara, Clara Kimball Young, Alice
Brady, Billie Burke, Ethel Barrymore,
E. H. Sothern,.Charlie Chaplin.

Pensacola, Fla., Jan. 26.-Establish- to win rapid promotion in the "sold-

ing a precedent by being the first avi-
ator and owner of an aeroplane to en-
list as a private in his country's mil-
itary service, Charles E. Hays, car-
toonist, reporter, and birdman, today
joined the flying squad of the United
States marines at the aeronautic sta-
tion here.
The youthful aviator, who rejected
the temptation to 4go abroad in belief
that his country has the first demand
for his services, is eager to demon-
strate his skill as a flyer, and expects

iers of the sea."
fiays says that he hopes to achieve
success through merit alone, and ig-
noges the inference that by owning
and operating an aeroplane he is
bound to rise in the world.
February's new records are now on
sale at Allmendinger's Music Shop.
122 E. Liberty St. 20-tf
The Michigan Daily for service.

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THE -ARCA7DE
ran. 29-Feb. q, a week of Big Stars.
rget exams for an hour each day
'1 sae them. Result--better blue-
>ks. Next week's stars - Theda
ra, Clara Kimball Young, Alice
ldy, Billie Burke, Ethel atrrymgore,
H. Sothern, Charlie Chaplin.

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