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THE MICHIC

%N DAILY

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CLUB MIAES
S ON CO3MITTEES

James H. Russel, Harry L. Myer,

J.

Levy.
Publicity committee: Chairman C.
L. Roeser, B. Sashida.

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. Katsuizumi of the Cosmo-
lub has made the following
ents for the committees to
s year. Membership commit-
rman, R. C. Jacobson, Teiji
ge Lubke, Hermann Grund-
hung-Ki Chow, J. Jaffe, K.
ommittee: Chairman, F. C.
'ector, R. J. Nelson, Hori
committee: Chairman, Abra-
ing, Audries M. Strauss, K.
ui, R. L. Vazquez, Peter o.

Church Invites Students to Attend
The Church of Christ, South Uni-
versity avenue, invites students to
attend its services. Rev. F. P. Arthur
will speak Sunday morning at 10:30
o'clock on "The Ideal Christian," and
Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock on
"Steps Into the Kingdom." Christan
Endeavor: will meet Sunday evening
at 6:30 o'clock. The annual busi-
ness meeting of the church will be
held Thursday evening, October 17,
at the church.

FRESHMAN SPREAD COMMITTEE
ELECTED AT SOPHOMORE TEA
A meeting of the sophomore girls
was held at 3:30 o'clock yesterday
afternoon in the Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall. Those elected to make ar-i
rangements for the spread given an-
nually by the sophomores to the
freshmen are as follows: Carol Hey-
sett, Mildred Taylor, and Lois de
Vries.
Dean Myra B. Jordan's tea for
sophomore girls was given immedi-
ately after the meeting. At the en-
trance each girl was tagged with her
name, thus making informal ac-
quaintance easy. Refreshments were
served, after which dancing furnish-
ed entertainment for the guests.
Bill Passed to Admit Soldier Aliens
Washington, Oct. 11.-The House of
Representatives has passed a meas-
ure admitting aliens within two years
after peace, regardless of physical
condition, if they enlisted or were
drafted in the military service of the
United States.

committee:

Chairman,

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UIEUT,1. M. BROWNiBE .
REPORTEDMISSINGI O
WAS AWARDED DISTINGUISHED "
FLYING CROSS BY
HAIG
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Editor The Michigan Daily:--"
A cablegram received by his moth-
er in Saginaw announces that Lieut.
3. Martin Brown of the British Royal
air force was reported missing Octo-
ber 3, and that a letter of explana-
tion will follow the cable. Nothing
further is known of the circum-
stances.
Lieutenant Brown -graduated with
the class of '16E, and for the next
year worked with Professors Hoad:
and Decker. When this country went
into the war he sought service, but
not finding an opening at once he of-
fered his services in the Royal Fly-
ing Corps at Toronto and was ac-
cepted. He had been flying on the
front in the vicinity of Amens since
early spring, and had been awarded
by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig
the Distinguished Flying Cross for
work done by him in patrol and in
oblique photography. This latter at-.
tracted so much attention that he
was asked to put it in form to be
printed and used by other aerial ob-
servers. His notes~ on oblique pho-
tography brought from the wing col-
onel a letter of congratulation, and
they were printed and distributed to
every squadron in the wing.
The following letter received last
week will be ;of interest .to many
Daily readers,. The chara4teristic
modesty of the man is seen in his clos-
ing paragraph in which he casually
refers to what must mean so much
to the man risking his life at the
front.
"Dear Friends:-
"Was so glad to get your letters.
Have ben slow in answering because
I have been on 'leave' since August
29, and of course have been on the
go no end. My last letter to you was
on Aug. 1 and since then you may
know we have been no end busy
chasing the Hun. The whole of Au-
gust has been one continual contact
patrol nearly, and every day we had
a new bit of line, each one farther
east than the preceding. Needless to
say casualties have been heavier,
and when I left the squadron we had
lost nine men, four missing and five
with 'Blighties.' Of course we had a
lot of machines badly shot about but
that is all in the day's work. It has
been a top-hole show, and, we get
a sort of bird's-eye view of the bat-
tle not obtainable by most partici-
pants. My observer, Archie Gilchrist,
and I had a few close ones. He had
his map case shot out of his hand
and a bullet tore my puttee and ou
wireless was shot away. Another da
we were hit by a shell in the bar-
rage and our upper right aileron sho
off. We got back all right though
none the worse and got a new ma-
chine and completed our job.
"Finally got away on 'leave' Au
gust 29 and must go back on Sept
13, Spynt fewdays in London
with 'Deacon' Wills, pny q14 ten
mate, and then we visited his peo
ple in Sittingbourne, Kent. Las
Thursday night I came here (Edin
burgh) and am staying with the peo
ple of one of the chaps in our squad
ron. They are very nice and kind t
me and Mr. Richie and I are sight
seeing every day. We have visite4

the' Castle, University, Princes
street, the Forth bridge, saw a goo
game of football, went to the thea
ter, and today we are going to Si
Giles church. Edinburgh is a love
ly town and my visit has beenyer
jolly so far. Expect to go -to Glae
gow from here and then do som
shopping in town (London) fpr th
coming winter. You are doing s
well with your Red Cross worlr. Q"0
our folks at home never mean to 1(
us down the least bit.
"You may be interested in knowin
that Field Marshal Sir Douglas Hai
has awarded me the ,Distinguishe
Flying Cross for some odd jobs I di
in August. Will probably be de<
orated with it by King George whe
it comes through the London Gazett
Am allowed to wear the ribbon no
Tis nearly church time, so good bye
Brown got back to the line and pi
in another good two weeks after ti
Hun for us. His many devotE
friends will earnestly hope for nesi
that somewhere he is still safe an
that he will be with us again. I
has done splendid ssyrice, 1nt thei
is so much a man of his aility 'at
splendid manhood can do in a l
life. In any case he was ready
meet cheerfully whatever came I
"the day's work," and in this he
like our boys everywhere. Can tho
left at home show less willingne
to do and give without limit?
EDWIN C. GODDARD.

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AT THE MAJESTIC
Supported by a highly efficient dom-
pany of players, Dorothy Dalton will
be seen in her newest vehicle, "The,
Mating of Marcella," at the Majestic
tonight. This is an absorbing story
of a pretty modiste's model, who be-,
comes involved in the plot of a friv-'
olous society woman for divorce and
alimony, and who,by a queer twist of,
fate, marries the intended victim of
this plot. The scenes carry one from
New York to Nevada, and all of them
are highly artistic.
The story was written by Joseph
Franklin Poland, and R. William Neill
directed the picture under the super-
vision of Thomas H. Ince. In the cast
are included such well known pro-
fessionals as Thurston Hall, Juanita
Hansen, William Conklin, Milton Ross
and Spottiswoode .Aitken.
HALF OF S. N. T. C.
ARE GIVEN LEAVE

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AT THE THEATERS

Arcade-Corinne Griffith in "The
Clutch 'of Circumstances."r Drew
comedy, "A Lady in the Library."

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Wuerth-Pricilla Dean in "The'
Brazen Beauty." Also News and'
News and Comedy, "City Slack-'
ers."
Orpheum-Baby Marie Osborne
in "Winning Grandma." Also
News and Comedy.
SUNDAY
"Rock-a-Bye Baby," at the Whit-
ney.

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Shows begin 3:00, 7:00, 8:30
Price 20C

See Our Large
Stock of
ELGIN WALTHAM AND SWISS
MILITARY WATCHES.
- Also -
SERVICE PINS AND U. OF M.
JEWELRY
Schlanderer
& Seyfried
11 &,LIBERTY ST13EET

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One-half of the mer, in the S. N.
T. C. will receive a 42 hour leave of
absence starting at noon today and
closing at reveille Monday morning.
There were rumors about yesterday
that the men would have only until
11 o'clock Saturday night, but this
has been denied. 'I'he lucky ones will
be chosen by the company command-
ers. It is expected, however, that
the other half will receive a like
leave soon.
Nine medical students have passed
the physical navy examination. These
men cannot be fully Inducted until
an official order is received from the
capital authorizlng their induction.
This order was asked l yesterday.
There are still several vacant files in
the navy which must be filled from.
the student body.
JUNIOR GIRLS AND MASQUES
PLAN TO GIVE USUAL PLAYS

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Majestic - Dorothy Dalton in *
"The Mating of Marcella." Screen .
Telegram. *

- UUe~UApheWUm.a e
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Afternoon-:3o and 4:00
Eveniag-7 :00n, 8:o0 and xzo:oo
, BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER .
=Sat-2- Baby Marie Osborne i-
"Winning Grandma." Also News =
E and Comedy, "City Slicker."
SunMo-13.14-Goria Swanson in
"Secret Codte." Also Ford WeeklyY
and Comedy.
GARRICK Matinees
Wdnesday and
GARROICK WSaturday
S$LWYN & CO. PRESN S
"ROCK-A-BYE-UARY"
Direct from Astor Theatre, N. Y.
Nights,' zc to $z. zoo Orchestra Seats, $z.5o.
Pop. Mat. Wed. Best Seats, $x.oo.
Sat. Mat., 2.c to $1.50.
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BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Sat-ia-Corinne Griffith in "The
Clutch of Circumstance" and Drew
Comedy, "A Lady in the Library."
Sun-Mon-13-4-Mabel Normand in
"Peck's Bad Girl" and Capitol Com-
edy, "Bill's Predicament."
Tue- s-Carlyle Blackwell and Evelyn
Greeley in "The Beloved Blackmail.
er" and Star Comedy. "Don't Shoot."
tulln , llttutl tlttlululU/I tIII
_ 'WuerthTheater
Evening-7:o0, 8:00 and xo:os
Afternoon--2:30 and 4:00
-. Phone--i60.J
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Sat - 12 - Priscilla Dean in "The
Brazen Beauty." Also News and
=; . Comedy.
Sun-Mon-'3- 4-Dorothy Phillips in
.. "A Soul for Sale," Six Parts. Also
S We'ekly.

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LAST TIME TONIGHT
THOS. H. INCE

presents

Dorothy Dalton

Mating of Marcella"

A startling drama of married infelicity. A seathing indictment of New York's
)O,who have never suffered more.bitter arraignment than in this Paramount Picture,
.t of its scathing det nunciation it contains a humorous note that will make you more
an glad you cameo

Added Attraction-'"CURRENT

EVENTS"

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Matestic Theatre Orchestra
Now Play iT. Nightly and shows-Sunday

Anded Attraction
Community
Singing

unday Monday - Tuesday o

WM. S. HART

"RIDDLE CAWNE"l

The outlook for a Junior Girls' play
and the usual Masques performances
is decidedly brighter, although there
is still a. great deal of confusion- andl
delay attendant upon dramatic or-
ganization, Prof. J. Ialeigh Nelson,
director of Masques, and Prof. John R.
Brumm, who has successfully produced
many Junior Girls' plays, are positive
that University women will not neglect,
the opportunity wlhich this year awaits
them in dramatic fields, even though
the dearth of talented men require
them to take the roles of heroes and
villians in the productions to be giv-
en....
Several junior girls are now busily
engaged in composing plays which
each hopes will deserve the merit of.
presentation. Inasmuch as no date has
as yet been determined for their sub-"
mission to the judges, it is hoped that
other students interested in literary
activities will submit their own at-
tempts. Laura Peacock, '20, is chair-
man of the. Junior Girls' play com-
mittee this year.
PREPARE "Y" BUILDINGS FOR
USE OF STUDENT ARMY
Three carpenters from Camp Custer
arrived yesterday to begin the work
of getting the "Y" buildings in shape.
for the use of the student army. The
"Y" tent has been taken down, and
as soon as the influenza epidemic
abates, definite work will be started
among the men.
At the conference yesterday of Y.
M. C. A. secretaries from all the S. A.
T. C. college gities of the state, var-
ious elements of the S. A. T. C. pro-
gram were discussed. Things to be
included in the program are Bible dis-
cussion, open forum on welfare topics,
mass athletics, and an educational out-
line as a supplement to the college
war aims course.

They call him "Riddle" because he had
only one object in life-to "get" a man. He
nursed his hatred through a score of tears.
Now, when they saw him face to face with
his manthey knew that hell had come to earth.
See That Fight r!

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A4ler-Rochester Clothes appeal
to thenm. They like their care-
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Adler-Rochester tailoring is in-
clined to be conservative-de-
pending upon good taste rather
than notoriety for attention. And
the economy of these lounge
suits and topcoats was never so
:marked as today. Serviceability
is their custom, though prices
are moderate. You will like
them.

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