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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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>usiness opportunities for young men,
hereby diverting them to the univer-
ties. In times of peace and prosperi-
y, it is stated, men desire immediate
echnical knowledge and a chance to
hare in business enterprise, while in
imes of social reorganization such as
he present, men turn more to the
>hilosophic and economic branches.
In contrast to the purely problem-
tical effects of the war on the univer-
ity, is the pressing need of European
ooks and chemicals, felt in almost ev-
ry department of the university. With
he supply of numerous chemicals of
oreign manufacture, essential to the
nedical, chemical, and pharmic depart-
ments, completely shut off, what to
.o for those articles is the baffling
uestion in those departments.
Medical and dental instruments,
rawing supplies, and engineering ap-
aratus are to be had at advanced pric-
s in this country, while those com-
ounds which go into the manufacture
d gunpowder and dynamite and those
hemicals produced only in Europe are
o be obtained nowhere at any price.

Busy students, and even lazy stu-
dents are not blessed with enough
spare time to read every current book
which bears a likely-sounding title..
Everyone has a vague desire to do
some good reading, everyone appreci-
ates that there is an occasional deserv-
ing new book, but few of us feel able
to spend, say, three hours every day
in discovering the white sheep in the
book world, when the odds are strong
that whole hordes of mediocre books
a
will bore and blunt us to every worthy
work that we come upon.
Under the heading "At the Library,"
in this column, recent books will be
summarily reviewed. Only those
books which, in the opinion of the stu-

dent critic, are of interest to students,
will be treated. No attempt will be
made to have the criticisms original
or striking; they will merely explain
in brief the subject matter, tone and
general quality of the book, without,
elaboration.
The latest fiction will be ignored, as
a rule. Late books, other than fiction,
will be included where the subject and
manner of treatment warrant. Most
of the books reviewed May be ob-
tained at the general library, under
the numbers given. Some may also
be had from the rhetoric library, the
engineering .library, and for a nominal
fee from the city library and the va-
rious renting collections in the book
and art stores.
"At the Library" is intended chiefly
for the student who does not read
much, and it will not fill the require-
ments of bookish persons. The latter
will probably find reviewed in this
column occasionally some book which
has not come to their attention, but in
the main, the works criticised will
have long been familiar to them. Sug-'

YMCA PEPARES
EXTENSIVE PLANS

University Organization Will
Big Religious Campaign
Early Fall

Feature
in

PROMINENT MEN WILL APPEAR
The University Y. M. C. A. offers for
the coming year the most inviting and
ambitious program ever attempted by;
the local association. In addition to
the religious discussion classes, the
monthly socials, the opportunities for
committee service, 'and the Sunday
Majestic meetings, the "Y" plans to
conduct a big, combined religious and
gestions as to the titles of books suit-
able for review herein, should be ad-
dressed to the editor.'

social service campaign d
week beginning November 1
The meetings will be he
auditorium. Speakers of nat
utation have been secured t
the gatherings. Henry H
Yale, a member of last year
crew, will speak at one me(
sensational methods will b<
ed to advertise the campaig
expected t (I excellent :
of the men secured will con
interest of the student body.
Following this religious
will come the State Y. M. C.
High School Boys Conferer
held in Ann Arbor, Novem
An attendance of two thousa
pected at this conference.
Smith of New York has con
address the boys, and Will
nings Bryan has given a c
promise to be present.
Some time during the sec
ester a big social service
will be held. Conditions in
will be studied carefully und
rection of experts.

pe-

-1

JE S C

TH.EATRE

Phone
1701

ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW

7:30.

conn

Majestic
Policy

Is to Present
Clean,
Bright,
Snappy,
Up-to-tne-Minute
Vaudeville

V4~& Y)

Majestic this season are booked by the
G OFFICES OF AMERICA, the world's
agency.
ery night at 7:30 and 9:00
s every week, Tuesday, Wednesday,
lay at 3:00 o'clock.
ivenir Matinees are Tuesday and Friday.

The Majestic will change its bill every Monday and
Thursday.
At Holiday Matinees---Night prices will prevail.
The Box-Office will be open from 10 A. M. until 10 P. M.
. Only the First Show at Night will be reserved and seats
will not be held later than 7:30.

esday ---Wednesday
28-29-30
Iy.& Kramer
's and Dancers

& Mulvey

Thursday---Friday---Saturday
October 1-2-3
Halton Powell offers
His Musical Comedy Tabloid
"Safety First"
Featuring
EARL DEWEY & MABEL ROGERS
And an exceptional good cast including
Mr. Frank Smith an eccentric oonmedian-
Miss Jane Kermit, comedienne with a
grand opera voice-Miss Hazel Regan and
Mr. Larry Fuller for many years with Jos.
Caites' production of "Three Twins" and
a pony ballet of eight madcap dancers.

dy, Singing
Act
Agency"

and

ttle Miss Jean
Cleverest Juvenile Comedienne
Dow & Dow
rhings Aboard A Boat of Joy"
Alice Teddy"
r Skating and Wrestling Bear$

EXTRA FRIDAY NIGHT
CHORUS GIRL'S CONTEST

Prices

Night Prices

I

-Few Reserved 15c

Entire Main Floor 25o
Balcony (First 11 Rows) 20c

Balcony (Last 5 Rows) 10o
Box Seats 35o

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