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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ATRE

FOUR NIGHTS FOUR MATINEES
Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat, Oct. 14-15-16-17

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BAD6ER -STUDENTS,
RIOT WITH POLICE
Free-for-all Staged When Town
Rowdies Attack Wisconsin
Men and Police
Interferb
FOUR. ARE ARllFSTED) AS RESULT

WVH ITNEY
TH EAT R E
MONDAY, OCT. 12th--PHONE 480

THE DAINTY MUSICAL COMEDY OFYOUTH

"THE JIVINC VENUS"
IN THE WEIRD-WILD -
WMDERFUL
A 9FA90N
IN NEW YORK.
4 MONTHS IN (?HiACO.
AND DIREOT FROM 14 WEEKS'
AT THE DETROIT OPERA HOUPE
100POPLE - 80 S'9 -022 HU
'IWORDSPFAIL70 DESQRJBE ITY WONDERS'
IT MU9T BE SEEN TO BE APPReGATED"-
ZEmor FREE PREPP
NOTHING LIKE IT EVER 'SEEN BEFORE. - IT.
HRILLS,AMU E AND DEIGHTS"- i DoER INEwS
Matinee, 2:30 all Seats 25c
Prices Nights, 8:15 25c, 35c, 50c
Seats Now Selling

Several Madison papers have reach-
ed Ann Arbor, from which it is pos-
sible to get details of the student-
police riot which terrorized that city
last Monday night and Tuesday morn-
ing. The trouble started early in the
evening when 50 town rowdies col-
lected near a grade school house and
began to accost and beat up passing
students. Following the first en-
counter four students were left par-
tially conscious on the ground where
police found them.
In a few minutes 1,000 university
men were gathered in the lower cam-
pus and moved on the business part
of the city searching streets and al-
leys for the gangs of city boys. A
free for all fight between town and
gown took place.
By this time the police were alive
to the situation and a motor patrol
loaded with bluecoats descended upon
the melee. Four students and three
town rowdies had been dragged into
the wagon when it was surrounded by
the mob. The driver put on full power
and bored through the mass knocking
several to the pavement. The wrath
of the students now turned upon the

WMEN
DREAMS
COME
TRUE

OIEYEAR-NEWYORK &CMIICAGO
SIX MONfS- BOSTON & PIfILADEL PHIA
PRESENTED WITH A ,COMPANY OF FIFTY IN-
CLUDING FREDERIC SANTLEY AND THE DAIN-
. . . . TIEST CHORUS EVER SEEN .

PRICES-25-50-75-1.001.50

NIGHT-8.15

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police and the mob moved on the
police station where a cordon of offi-
cers were unable to hold the mob at
bay. Firemen were called inand a
fire hose turned on* the advancing
front, but led by a lone student, who
kept his feet against the force of the
water, the students overpowered the

HISTORY PROFESSOR TO
ADDRESS DETROIT STUDENTS
Prof. E. R. Turner, of the English
history department, leaves this morn-
ing for Detroit, where he will give an
extension lecture in English history,
in Detroit Central High school. The
course is a regular university course

for which credit is allowed, and
lectures come every other week.

the

tury Club of Detroit, on "Causes
the Present War."

of

cheers. He mounted the steps of the
police station and after ordering the
students to leave the business part of
the city promised that he would see
that bail was furnished and counsel
secured for all students arrested. At
this the students formed a procession
and snake-danced back to the campus
where a great bonfire was kept burn-
ing till daylight.
The four students, Joseph Fried-

burg, S. L. Miller, W. Koch and Rc
Weaver had a hearing Tuesday morr
ing. Their cases will be heard late
Six students suffered severe scalp at
face wounds inflicted by flying misisle
A patrolman was bruised on the hea
and a detective suffered a broken nos
Several firemen were cut by flyin
bottles. The riot was the most seve:
student trouble since the opening
the University at Madison.

PROF. TURNER TO LECTURE
IN DETROIT ON OCTOBER 19
Prof. E. R. Turner, of the English
history department, will deliver a lec-
ture, October 19, before the New Cen-

"Y" Returns Not Yet Complete firemen after a stiff fight and cut the
Complete returns from the Y. M. hose into pieces for souvenirs.
C. A. membership campaign are not At a late hour President Van Hise
yet available as some of the solicitors of the University was aroused from his
who were assigned large districts have bed and hurried to the scene of
not been able to complete the canvass. trouble. His coming was hailed with

Phone 1701

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Phone 1701

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3:00 7:30 9:00

Always a Good Show

Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-October 12-13-14

r

ive (5) Acts of Supreme Vaudevi

lie

Menlo,Moore

PRESENTS

°ALL FOR A KISS"

A Miniature Pantomimic
:. Extravaganza

GEORGE DIXON
The Musical
"Jack in the Box"
BURT HANLON
Singing and Talking Comedian in
"Travel Talks"

Quinn Bros. & Drake
Singing and Dance Novelty
t"A Fight for Fame"
Martini & Maximilian
Illusions Both Laughable
and Appaudanbe

I .

It's up to you to
see this show

Thurs., Fri., Sat,--Oct. 15-16-17

HALTON POWELL

F,
l

Offers His Musical Comedy Tabloid
"WatchY our Step"

WITH

"Jack Trainor"

And a CUTEY, CUTEY CHORUS of Talent, Youth and
Beauty-Hear that Big Song Hit "I Want to be Back in
Michigan"-You will laugh until you cry at this show
Remember lots of frocks, mirth, girls, pep and speed

,i..H:.-.,:....... , .-
CUTEY, CUE HORUS in "WATCH °YOUR STEP"-THURS., FRI., SAT., Oct. 15-16-17

JACK TRAIAOR IN "WATCH YOUR STEP"-THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 15-16-17

Remember Four (4) Matinees each week, Tuesday-Wednesday-Friday-Saturday. Remember that the ladies' souvenir
matinees are Tuesday and Friday. Remember all school children under 12 years of age are admitted at the Saturday
Matinee for 5c. Remember the "MAJESTIC" changes its bill every
Monday and Thursday. Remember only the first show at night l i inrinj "
is reserved--SEATS.HELD UNTIL 7:30. UrI VUr 1 UU

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