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ZTHAND

--and -

111= STkTL ST. BANK STOPS
= CHECKS LESS THNN$5.00
i Flowngthe led o the Ann Arbor
SSavings Ba~nk the Farmers and Mle-.
_chanics bank has announced that here
after checks on transients' accounts
will not be received for less thaan $5.00.
_This course is' made necessary, ac-
=cording to Mr. Stowe, cashier, by the
great number of small checks which
Sare written. Recently the books show-
=ed a total of 2.5f0 items for one day1
w = 1,100 of which were for less than $5.00.
One student had drawn 'nine cliecks,
s all of which, were less than $2.00.
"- k Too :suchi Clerical WorkI

E'WRITING

MONDAY, OCTOBER 20

"COMBINE THE PRACTICAL
WITH THE THEORETICAL"

J BUSINESS COLLEGE

"The merchants and bankers of A-in
'Arbor realize what the University
tmeans to the city," says- Mr. Stowe,
"and we are wrilling to do more than
our share for the convenience of the
:students, but it has become a physical
impossibility for the State street of-
fice to take care of the clerical work
there. We employ eight expert oper-
ators at the branch niow, and they are
often compelled to -work overtime to,
keep the book~s up to date. Thle bank
has no desire to discommnode the stu-
dents and we feel sure that it is only
k'amatter of education and that the stu-
dents will gladly co-operate when they
realize the situation." This .new rule
does not revoke the charge of 25 cents
a month charge against all accounts
which fall below $50.

ADAMS HOT MASN'S NAME
GEOIWE MATHEW ADVAS' S1S-
T ER SAYS -HE ANSD1 W ALT 3MASON
~NOT TIHE SAMiE PERSWN
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
The person who wrote "Plain Folks
are White's Passion" in your Sunday
Michigan Daily evidently has the
wrong conception of Walt Mason and.
George M4athew Adams -(who is a_
you the facts as they really are and
air asking you, in all due fairness to
George Mathew Adams. I will gives
brother of mine) to correct this state-
m'ent previously made.
Walt Mason and George Adams are
two decidedly different people. WiI-
11am Allen White took Malt Mason
into his office, It Is. true, when Walt
Mason was "down and out." 'My
brother, George Mathew Adams, who
is a friend of William Allen Whltes.
found Walt Mason, then MAU. White,
and realized his' ability as a poem
writer and has, made him famous by
>yndicating his poems in nearly all
the leading papers of the United
States. My brother also compiled and
published a, few years ago, a book of
Walt Mason's prose poems..
N1 r. ,Aams owns tha George Math-
ew Adams Newspapor service in New
York City and syndicates not only
Walt Mason's prose poems but a great
many other features. He also writes
"Pepper TalIks" and "Today's Talks,'"
for a great many of the leading pa-
pegs.
Trusting that you will see that the
mistake is properly corrected, I am.
Sincerely yours,
EDITH E, ADAMS,
Mlichigan State-Normal College..

~Sweet, sna~ppy, beautiful,
Smud-faced, loving, furious
Stempered, big hearted, con-'
Ssiderate, thoughtless, lav-
Sishly gowned, slatternly at-
Stired, romantic, 'cynical, hon-
Sorable, a safe~ cracker, digni-
Sfied, a shimmy dancer, and
Scrapshooter, wholesome al-
Sley denizen-that's
"THE .
HOODLUM"
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w At the
sM/AJESTIC!
for three days-
Suniday,°Oct. 1
Monday, Oc 't 20
Tuesday,r Oct 1

Mary Nash

MAJEST
Today- Totuorri
Torn Mix

In
Rough 1R~i
Rom~ance

LLIAM

ANN ARB3OR

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THE WHITNEY

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Walter Hast will present at the
Whitney theater on M~onday, Oct. 20,
4-Im Hailton's delightfuil and amaz-
ing comedy, "; cai~dal," which but re-
cently olicl44e1d a sever} months', run
at the Garrfrik theater, Chiago..
The play unfolds the story Of' 4, wil-
ful, tempestuous. girl, who seeks di-
version in midnight visits to a rascally
artist's studio, and is caught at it by
her patrician family. On the spur of
the momment she calls" in an acquaint-
anuce from, his apartment across the
hall and introduces him as her hus-
band, acquired by way of a secret mar-
,. . age.
Hie g~i~iy 'accepts the commission.
Also he develops puexpected caveman
tendencies. When she would abando'n
the masqu~erade, at least between
through 'wit~b G

SATURDAY
Programl has Lben chanpe4 to
ALICE, BRADY
I IN
cI Dr T-LT U A T11, iD "'I-

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3UNDAY-MONDAY-TUE~SDAY
3ERALDIN E FARRAR A
WORLD AND ITS WOMAN"

LeRIVSCapy
at
ERTISUNG
I WANTED

DANCING
SCHOOL
LEARN TO DTAN~CE
Learn to dance, then you will
be popular. Don't be a wa~ll
flower. All the latest dances
taught, with ladies' assistance.
D~ancing is one continuous plea-
sure. Prof. H. H. Mittenthal,,of,
Detroit, having 10 years'' exper-
ience and is one of the best mod--
emn dancing instructors in the
state, andi is now teaching in
Detroit, Jackson, Lansing, Flint,
!Pon~tiac, and will open his school
at the Armory Friday evening,.
Oct. 17. Classes. every Friday
evening from 7 to 8: 34I. Private
lessons 6 to 7 Those wishing
to attend should come the open-
ing night. Armory dance will
fqlqw after the class.

Toun i ~ixin "-4ough idingB Rom-,
ance" will be shown at the Ma1jestic
today and tomorrow. It 18 sure to ap+
peal to the admirers of this athletic
westerner as every bit of it is/ up to
his usual standard.
In addition the Majestic offers num-
erous other attractions. They Ini-
clude "Mr. Outing Climbs% Aboard," a
travelogue, the screen supplement,
and a "Tug-boat Romance," a Sennett
comedy.
In "The Hoodlum,% which will be
I-resented at the ajestic Sunday, Mon-
clay, anid Tiiestay, 11ary rickford h'as
one of the best character roles of ther
career. At the same tin te comedy
in the pictu~re canot fail to, amuse
~everyonem that se§s It,
%TIHE ARCADE1
Cliaa %inibrkll Youlng in "Thle Bet-
ter WVit e" will be - repeated for the
last times today. Th~i s sory was tak-
en from L.enore Coffee's novel, "The
Love Que~st" and is a romance of Eng-
land and the continent, In which Miss
Young Is seen as an American girl,
Charmian Page. An unusual cast sup-
ports Miss Young in this production,
including Nigel Barrie, Kathlyn W,il-
liamis, Lillian Walker, Irving Cunm-
mings, Ben Alexander, Edward 2MI.
~Kimball (the .star's own father) and
others.
Tom orrow "the program of the Ari-
cade. has been changed to "Alice Brady
in "Redheadi.".
History I to Mteet in Seieui R ildutg
The '9 o'clocl4 secti~ni n History 1
which met in room 321, Natural Sci-
ence building Tuesday morning, will
meet in same room Friday apxd there-
after.

I MAJESF

202 E.-HURON T.

FOR. QUALITY AND'
SERVICE
:CaII821
Jo P, ESCRELBACH
Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish,
Poultry;.,Sausage and
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Theatre, 296-M . Mgr's Ri
Thurs-Fri. 16.17--Clara Kiml
in "The Better Wif'e";
Comedy, "The Detectr'es!
Friday, Chap. I of "Sm,
rlirs-"}
t 1 --aliceBrady in "Redi
(In tad of "ils AM9esty,
ican")a; OutingChester S
Comedy.
WUERTH THEA
2:00, 330,7:00,8:30,
TlrsFri. 16-17-Taylor Ho):,
si eDown,"with a two-re
Al ,i Vaudeville.
i- W ill iut Desmonud
B:'us,i HaMict," with a Sc
zinc aii4 Comedy.
Sun-An. 0 1-20'-- "OhBoy
1'ihnuusical Comnedy, with a
cedy and Colored Revicw.
Thuirs-Fri. l6.17 - Dorothy
"The Hieart of' Huanty
News and Comnedy. (Retur
Sat. 18,-"The Tt t "nthe R
reel Special Vetuned by re
Nears an4 4 &medy.
Sun-,4 Q. 19y.0-Madge Evan:
\Y aaec," with a Mut & J]
and ord Weekly.
T~iasWed, 21-22-Gladys' Les
Gray Tower'Myster~y," w
reel Western.
Thu's - Fri. 2324- A six-re
"The Spitfire of Seville" w
and Comedy.

tbst stylo, 1A Special
chi and Lo1mb F. 63 lens
ce $60. Call between'
537 Thompson. Phone
sirx.hle conicert tickets.
.60, Phone or All at,
higan Union.

'ymnan Mandolin.
Call Thompson,

SALE-Speedst~er and iFord de-
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'A LF-Violin. and outfit, bargain.
'eman, 433 Hamilon Place.

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;charge certificate. Lib-
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WANTED-Three solicitors, can earn
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MY. M. C. A.
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a week, 12 room douse fraternity.
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WANTED- Centrally located board-
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eight men. 139x F, Daily,
WATDTo iktprefrablyA-
t-ether for concert Saturdaiy night.
Call Daily office.
WANTED-Two adjacent seats on low-
er floor or balcony. Call 811-1R, ask
for Lincoln.
WANTED-A club of fellows to board
for schol year. Call landlandy
2693-W.
WANTED- Porter for barber shop,
717 N., University, J0111Trojanow-
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WANTED-To rent one Ford Touring
Car. Apply W. P. M. care of Daily.
WANTED - Barber for Saturdays.
Frank Miller, 115 W. Huron St. -
WANTED-Two adjacent, seats for the
Farrar concert. Phone 2147-W. 1
"WANTED-Two concert course tick-
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WANTED-To wash silk shirts. Call
1089-R.

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JD-Fur .neck-piece. Owner may
eive same by describinig same andI
riug for 'advertisement. Tel. 1484
call at 624 Packa'rd.
-,, black pocketbook containing
ut $26 and other valuables. Find-
ase return to 1145 Washtenaw
Sreceive reward.,

- -
I"r YOU£ARE INVITED ' -: .
TO BE A G U M 01' 'OH E-
= under the title
"SMASH ING # BARRIERS"
The first of tihe series: consists of two remarkable reels. It Is
SOMETHING 'DIFFERENT
SWILLIAM DUJ-NCAN_ is the star. He is supported by Ellitht Johnson, _
= Walter Rogers and V'incent Howrard. The story is by
Cyrus Townsend Brady
IT IS FILLED WVITH THRILLS. THE.RE IS ACTION GALOJLE
Every picture in this great series is showni without extra cost
= to our Friday patrons.
0. This advertisement will admilt the bearer Friday, October 17, at
I' EITHER 4:30 OR 9:30 P. M.
The Arcade offers you this decidedly interesting picture with its
=complments.
Remember the day-FRIDAY, OCT. 17-and the hours either 4:30 ,
=or 9:30Y. X.

~Da-redevitl9
the worid-
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PRtODUC TION
that makes t
MAJESTIC THEATRE Ti
Also SE4ETT rCOMEDY- SCREEN~
MAJESTIC ORCHE

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er at 1704-R. 1001

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