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October 15, 1919 - Image 5

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AIILUD(LUg; fiAl) l1Let y LL~l su V
Tihe Round-Up club will start ac-=
tivities for the year with a get-ti.
gether meeting to be held at 7:30
o'clock Wednesday evening at th~el
Michigan Union. Plans are being1
made, for several dances, both infor-
mal and formal,

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516 E. William St.
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Ladies 0D2
Shows at 3:00, 7.00
Phones:
Theatre, j96M Mgr'sI
- Tues-Wed. 14-15--Alice Job
Winchester Woman"; SI
"As You Were," and C
Scenic.
Thurs-Fri. 16-17-Clara Ki
in "The Better Wife";
Comedy, "'The Detectrt
Friday, Chap. I of "Six
riers." )

Her gam~bing debts
eng~ulfed her as
sucks down its
hlep less 'victomn.
Born with a gain-
bling straiin her
blood. sh~e could no
m or e escape the
consequence of her
folly than could the
victithof the deadly
sauidi. Who stayetd
the tide of the
crushing torrent?

FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Organized 1803
FIRST ANN ARBOR MEMB1UR
OF THLE FEDFRAL RESERVE
SYSTE I

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SCItNE FRZOM COSTIO HAMILTON'S
BE GIVEN AT THE NWHITNE-Y

PLAY OF TODAY, "SCANDAL,"' TO
TH3EATER, MIONDAY, OCT. 2M

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3 Per Cent Paid on Savin.-'s
ie; osits

The. Sage,

The screen

2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:1
Tues-Wed. 14-15-M~ary M
"Yvonne from Paris," w
G.omedy and Kiffogram
Also Vaudeville.
Tiurs-Fri. 16-17-Taylor H
side DaDwn," with a twc
Also Vaudeville.
Sat. 18 - William Desmc
Brush Hamlet," with a
tine and Comedy.
Sun-Mon. 19-20 - "Oh
Filmusical Comedy, with~
edy and Colored Reviow

,.

THE MAJESTIC'

irow

I Attractions
--Living Models
nee Ladies Onily

/ Friay & Saturday,
,rd Tom Mix
RIuh,. Ridin
,,! Romance
s Peppy as UsgAl

"Scandal," the comedy by Cosmro
Hamilton, which has proven the big-
gest sort of a ,success in Chicago,
where it has been~ crowding the Gar-
rick- theater to 'the doors for the past
seven months, will be Seen at the
Whitney theater on Monday, Oct. ,20.
"Scandal" concerns 'a young girl,'t
Beatrix Vanderdyke, well known in,
the social colony 'of New York. Her
beauty and high spirits and her lim-
[itless' fund of vitality had made her
much sought after among the younger,
set. In this 'set is an artist of un-
savory reputation, and 13eatrix, having
heard that artists are a devilish lot,
decides on the spuir of the moment to
visit one in his studio at might and
find out for herself iJust how much of
what she has heard is true. She finds
out quite soon~ enough, but is fortun-
ately interrupted djuring her visit 'by
her family,
In order to avoid, parental criticism
she sends to° an adjoining apartment
for a mutual' friend of the family and
before he knows what's up, she'has in-
troduced him as her husband,. Ordin-
arily innately' courteous and scrupul-
ously mannered, the bachelor friend
suddenly develops unmistakable cave-
man instincts, and says that as he, has
been forced, to take the rnamle he will
insist on the game too'. From this
point in the play, the action is replete'
-with thrilling situations, which are re-
lieved by delightful comedy scenes
atnd battles of" wit, bringiag, forth
roaring climaxes: Mr. Hlast. has sup-
plied an excellent cast of players.

an is Coming!

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Elsie Ferguson in "The Avalanche"
,.ill be shown at the Majestic today
and tomorrow.. The story deals .with
a hereditary ;gambling taint in the
bloo-d of a young girl, the daughter
and granddaughter of gamblers. Hav-
ing escaped from the convent.4where
hier mother had put her, she is plac-
e d in a New York household. She+
weds the sou of her employer but her
,' ambling instinct in. her blood-asserts
itself and carries her rapidly,, toward
disaster.r
THE ARCAI)E
In the "Winchester Woman," which
_~s being shown' for the last times at
the Arcade today, Alice Joyce has un-
usual opportunities for acting. The,
picture 'is packed with strong situp-*
,,ions and unexpected developments.
Miss Joyce is supported by Percy
Marmont, Helen Dixon and Joe Burke.
Tomorrow and Friday, the . Ar-
,,ade will present Plara, Kimball Young
in "The Better Wife," h* r latest Se-
lect picture.'
In connection, with Geraldine Far-
rar's ,Personal nppeararn . at' the,~Hill
auditorium, it is-more than interests
to note th.at Milss Farrar's 'latest
and most important motion picture,
"The Wiorld and Its W+oman," producedi
boy Goldvyyn, is to be shown at thre
Arcade thieater for three .days, opening
its engagement, Sunday, Oct. 1D, the
lay following the F~arrar concert.
As an inovation, in presenting the
big Farrar film, Mr. Moran, of the Ar-
cade theater, has arranged with Grin-
nelr Bros. ftr the use. of one of the
large size concert Victrolas, and will
play one of Geraldine Farrar's selec-
tions, used at her concert here on Sat-
urday during the opening scenes of the]
picture.
"The World'and Its Women" is real-,
ly one of the mammoth productions' of
the season. The great upheaval in
Russia forms a background for tir-
ring action., The overthrow of the
Czar's government, the effects. it had
on the soldiers, and the 'general dis-
content of the populace is all a part
of the picture, with Geraldine "Farrar
depicting an American, girl's 'rise to
fame as an operatic singer in' Russia
iduring this fearful period.'
Miss Farrar is supported by her
husband; Lou Tellegan, who for many
years was leading man for Sarah Bern-
hardt.
BOLSUHEVIST' J)JSPATC1I SAYS,
PARTY IS ]DISINTEG~RATING

014)EST NATIONAL BANIK
IN ?1II47IGAN
IDANCING
IJEARN TO DANCE
Learn to dance, then you will
be popular. Don't be a wall
fower. All the latest dances
taught,, with ladies' assistane.
Dancing is one continuous'tplea-
sure. Prof. H. H. Mittenthal of
tDetroit, having 10 years' exper-
ience and is one of the best mnod-
ern dancing instructors in the
state, and Is now teaching in
Detroit, Jackson, Lansing, Flint,
Pontiac, and Will open his school
jat the Armory 'Friday 'evening,
Oct. 17. Classes every Friday
Iev~ening from 7 to 8: 30.. Private
Ilessons 6 to,7. Those wishing
to ' tt6'nd should come the open-
ing night., Armory dance will
follow after the class.

S,

Tues-Wed. 14-1I5-Peggy H{yla
!Merry-Go- Round," with f
Western.
Thurs-Fri. 1,6- 17-Dorothy
"The Heart of Hutanity
News and - Comewdy. (Retur
Sat. 1$--"The Turn in the Re
reel Special, returned by req
News and Comedy.
\Sunl-Mon. 19-2O"--Madge Evans
Wanted,"' with a Mutt &
and. Ford We~ekly.
Tues-Wed. 21-22-Gladys Eesl
Gray ~Tower's Mystery," w~
reel Western.
DETROIT UNITED~
Bietween Detroit, Ann Arbor
(Junie 9, 1919)
(Central Standard Ti
Detroit Limited and Express
in., and h'oursly~to 9:10 p. rn.
Jackson Lkimi'ted and Ex-pre
a. In.,;aid 'every hour to 9:4
presses make local stops westo
Local Cars East Bound-6 :04
m. and every two Hours to9:
p. m. To' Ypsilanti only, 11:4
a, in., r: xo a. in., and to Sal
Ypsiianti.
Local (Cars 'West Bound-6:
11 :20 p. M.

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QQWANTD-13y two students, experlenc-
'~i~l {ed in wiring, installing Sixtures,
elect<rcal apparatu~s and telephones,
work in the above line. Box C,
dern in
hogse WANTDWhdte second cook for'
~X~PZ~t. kitchen work, short hours, good pay.
Phone 3.34 or apply 300 N. Ingalls,
,o twp WANTED-Live wires to sell at Ferry
9j am- Field :Concession Stand on Satur-
Plou day, Good pay. Inquire 340'S. State.

WITHDRAWS NAME

Last Times Today

VALDAME11 -WTTS FEELS
WILL BE UNABLE TO FILL
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WANTE-To renit one-F'ord Touring
Car. Apply W. P. M. care of Daily.
WANED - 'Barber for Saturdatys.
Frank~ Miller, 115 W. Huron St.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Tan leather coa~t in Michigan
lUion. Reward and no questions
-ask~ed .if retur~ned1 before Wedniesday
'~night, 604 Madison QQot, 4N PIone
1395-M.
LOT ivo igarett ecase Sunday.
Ini~iajs . 1 . . Finder please call
Kerr, 284 or 600 E. Jefferson St. And
receive reward.
LOST-White Rhinestone broth bow-
shaped. Valued. as keepsatke, lib-,
eral reward'.Victoria Adams, 1722-T Z.
L.OST-Silk 'watch fob, with Tau B'eta
'Pi key attached. Finder please noti-
fy Potter at 2488-J. -
LOST-A gold locket, initials L. RL.
Finder please return to 204 W. Jef-
ferson St. or phone 980-J.
LO'ST-About $20 in bills either Satur-
day or Sunday. F. Younglove, 337
E. Jefferson St.

Editor, The Michigan Dailyz,
I find it advisab6le to withdraw pmy
namo from the nominations for Jun-
ior class treasurer. Owing to other
activities would got find time to carry
out my' duties properly, if elected. I
wish to thankr thoso who nominated
VA.DAMER 1.. WATTS.
GxRADUATE :CLUB IWILL'HOLD
O'RGANIZATION M1~EETING TODAY
There will be an organization meet-"
lag of the Graduate club At 4:15 o'clock
Wednesrayl afternoon' in' room 205,
Mason hall. Dean ,Alfredt H. Lloyd, of
the Graduate school will be present
and will bring forward some matters
of- improtance to the etch ool. A- com-
plete ,attendance is urged.
M1ISCELLANEOUS
CHIEF OF POLICE has' name of per-
son who removed "tan- leather coat
from Michigan Union, Tuesday noon.
No questions ,will be asked if coat
is returned to 604. Madison Court be-
fore 8 o'clock today. Telephone
1395-M.
WILL the man who exchanged hats at
Union last Sunday call. 1343-M?
FOR SALE"
FOR SALE- One Wyman Mandolin,,

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Tliis production
ramatic .iduta of if
p~ossessed by th. Nwie
repot ter's pen.

Wind

Omsk, Oct. 14.-(By Russian Tele-
graphic Agency).-A bolshevist dis-
patch picked up by the Intelligence
office of the° Siberian army declares
that the situation, in Russia never has
beeny so grave as it is at present; that
never, before has the front been so
near Moscow.
The dispatch 'adds that anti-Boishe-
'vist armies ;are -moving, towards the
heart of Bolshevist Russia from all di-
rections. It says the Bolshlevist 'or-
ganizations are disintegrating and
even in Petrograd there are at pres-
ent only 9,000 members of the Bol-
shevik party,
~We set glass. C. H. 'Major & Co.,
IPhona 237.-Adv.

bson mandolin and
n, C.Evans, 4351

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Coin1mgn

~I nurt uand Friday
,1ara 'Kimball Youn,
IN
'The Better Wife"

-Two Qua]

-lab. manuals.

Geraldine Farrar

in

Practically new.
1058-M.

Call Thompson,

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