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October 19, 1919 - Image 5

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MEN STILL ABLE TO
INFORWATION
THRE.

At the Union
Registration at the Union has no
topped 3,800, aout 150 students sign
ing up evcry day. This is considere
by officials to be a very slow response
and they ask that every one registe
immediately, as the desk is open fron
7 to 12 o'clock for this purpose.
Maiiy meetings anb smokers are be
ing held at the Union. It is reporte
that two or three societies use th
Union every day for their sessions
and it shows that things are becom
ing settled.

a considerably broadenedj
n taking in the welfare of all
ities in the county,, the Ann
ranch of the War Camp Con-
service is to continue its work
as the Community service,
martial duties brought to an

e men,
secure
natters

h.owever, will still be
information and serv-
of dependents' allot-

s, liberty bonds, and travel pay.
ey will bring their dischal'ges to
ffice requisitions will be sent in
ctory buttons. The war risk in-
ce part of the work has been
d over to- the Red Cross office
Wagner and Company.
To Care for Leisure Time
3 particular duties of the Cor-
y service in the future will be
r1 for the leisure time of indi-
is and groups throughout the
y. Branches of the service will
ganized in each town ,and sug-
.ns and h.elp will be given in
itg out social activities, athlet-
)mmunity sings and other enter-
ent. In some cases the service
upon itself to create the need
ese things,.
ther department of work has
making arrangements for bring-
elatives and intended~ wives off
ners to this country. This is
difficult in the case of able-
I men, as most countries refuse
w them to leave. The service is
naking a service list of all Ann
menwho were in the war,
of which will be enrolled with)
ate and county clerical offices.t
Will Be Self Supporting
Ann Arbor office is now being
rted by .the fund of several mil-
lollars left over from the na-
W. C. C. S. treasury. It is
ed, however, to make the local
1 self-supporting within a shortI
The 'present director is Ray-
E. Bassett, formerly city for-
and the prime instigator in the

Cement and many bags of cemen
are being placed in the halls of the
building in order that work may star
Ion laying the floors. Work on the
.private dining room floors on th
second floor has been completed.
Two-thirds of the tile for the din-
ing room has ben laid, and when th
remainder is placed, everything wili
be complete except for the placing of
[rarble around the bases of the sup-
port columns. The blue stained oak
waii- coating for the walls has been
put up.
The tile and some of the work on
the 'stairs of t: ladies' entrance has
been laid. uring the past week,
this entrance was closed while the
cement was benig allowed to settle.

One-third of the tile for the no
lobby has been put in place.r
rest has not been placed yet, as
black tile has not arrived.

orth
The
the

fA record nivht "for the tap, room
was experienced Fridaytnightduring
the Intermissions. "Mickey" Shea
estimates that more than 150 peoplo
were served in the 20 miinute inter-
In-ission.
The dancing floor for the assembly
hall, has been put down, although it
has not yet been shaved and var-
nished. Wainscoating for the wails
arrived Monday, and it has been taken
to the assembly lall for installation.
It is expected by Union oflicials that
tue room will be redy for use by No-
vpmber 15.
Registration card ' h: ve been re-

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We advise al
who can to att
end the after-
noon perform-
ances.
SUNDAY
1:30 3.4:30
Monday nd
Tuesday 2- &
3:30
Evening Show
7:00 - 8:30

COME, EARLY

A

i
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'4

Tuesday

Today.Tomorrow-

F'

Unquestionably her
Greatest, Character Role
A Picture of a Thousand
Big Company of Players
One street setting cost $20,000,
10 Different Mary Pickfords
Whom you have never seen before

Ann Arbor's turred from the prii- rs where they
and its park "(=re cut and riduced to 1 smaller
c_1ras.

stem.

Whitney Theatre
MONDAY OCTOBER, 20th
cdously wrought. An enor
mously interesting com-
-ASHTON STEVENS I THE CHICAS@
HERALD AND EXAMINER.

/ "

Y

WALTER HAST'S
Viile Pr...ntatbon
OF TAr
Molt Talked
of Play mi1
Amer"ra

,

MARY PICKFORD
In her Second Picture from her own Studio,
the successor to " Daddy Long Legs"

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"THE HOODLUM"

BY COSMO HAMILTON
IST A HIT-NOW A SENSATION
'After a Triumphant Record-Breaking Run of'P
AT T.E
MONTHS GARRIKCHAG
RICES, .75 to $2.00 PHONtE 480,

The romance of a spoiled heiress who dropped through a coal chute to real life and adventure

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