goes into effect on the Detroit, Jack-
son & Chicago Ry., operating under
eastern standard time.
Combined, limited and express cars
for Detroit will give an hourly serv-
ice from 6:10 a. in. to 9:10 p. in., with
local cars at 6:05 a. m., 9:05 a. m.
and every two hours to 9:05 p. in.,
also 10:50 p. in. for Detroit and 11:45
p. in. for Ypsilanti.,
For the west limiteds will leave at
8:48 a. m.. and every two hours to
8:48 p. in., while express cars, making
local stops, will leave at 9:48 a. m.
and every two hours to 9:48 p. M.
There will be in 'addition a local for
Jackson at 7:48 a. in. and one at
12:20 a. in.
From Detroit the limiteds will leave
on the odd hours from 7 a. in. to 7
p. m., the expresses on the even hours
to 8 p. in. with locals ab 9 p. in., 10
p. in. and 11:10 p .in. The first local
out of Detroit will be at 6 a. in.
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"Square Deal Sanderson," a grip-
ping western picture featuring Bill
Hart, which appears at the Majestic
for the last times today, is - realistic
Hart plays the part of a chivalrous
and daring cowboy. His desire to aid,
a d'efenseless woman whom he does not
eveh know .places him in some embar-
rassing as well as dangerous tposi-
When he has accomplished his task
in his honest resolute way and pre-
pares to leave he finds that unknow-
ingly he has won the girl whom he
"Let's Get Married," featuring Viola
Dana, which will be repeated at the
Arcade today, is a picturization ,-of
Oliver Morosco's stage farce of the
It has been characterized as a roit
of laughs and gasps with a little touch
of negligee. An innocent bridal couple
are suddenly startled by the news that
they have been married by a "fake"
Their troubles multiply instead of
decreasing, causing many' humorous'
Elections for officers of the senior
architects class of the enginering col-
lege, wil be held Thursday, Oct. 23.
The elections will take place in room
311 of the Engineering building at
Prof. Herbert C. Sadler spoke at the
first technical meeting of the Quarter-
deck society Tuesday evening about
the history and formation of the ship-
ping board and the Emergency Fleet
corporation. Prof. H. 'C. Sadler was
chief engineer of the Emergency Fleet
corporation during the war. He also
spoke about the diffi ulties of supply-
ig sufficient tonnage for the com-
merce. Under the direction of Pro-
Leo Carillo in LOMBARD'ud I
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edy, "An Ori
Sadler and Pro? Edward M.
plans for the year are being
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HELIUM TO ALTER
WARFARE IN AIR,
Discovery of the use of helium gas
to take-.the place of the hydrogen gas
formerly used will undoubtedly revo-
lutionize aeronautical warfare, accord-
ing to Prof. A. H. White of the chem-
itry department. 'Helium gas is found
in large quantities as a constituent of
the natural gas found in the area
around . Texas. It is extremely valu-
able for war purposes because of its
non-inflammable and non-explosive
characteristics. Helium is the fourth'
lightest gas known, and its lifting pow-
er will almost equal that of hydro-
gen, the lightest. Professor White,
who was recently conected with the
government in this matter, says.: "At
the present time helium is very diffi-
cult to obtain and would be imprac-
tical for use commercially. However,
it is the only practical gas for war
.purposes and was being investigated
by the bureau of mines at the time the
armistice was signed.
"Could helium gasbe obtained easily
enough," says Professor White, "the
final problem before balloonists would
disposed of and men could well pro-
claim himself the, master of the air.
Also such disaters as occurred in Chi-'
cago would be a thing of the past.
"This gas was first discovered by
Lockyer in 1869 when he was looking
at the sun through a spectroscope. It
is present in the atmosphere in small.
quantities and in the natural gas of
someareas. Helium is the most dif-
ficult of all gasses to liquify and does
notr exhibit and tendency to unite with
Have your typewriting done by Kel-
ly. Apply Daily office, between 1 anid
Initiation of new members to the
Quarterdeck' society will. take place
in the second week-in November.
Owing to inability to fill the place
of Prof. F. W. Pawlowski, who has
been granted leave of absence to or-
ganize the aero branch of the Polish
army, the course in Aero I will not
be offered this semester.
Prof. A. F. Lindblad returne i to the
University from Sweden, Tuesday, hav-
ing been delayed by a harbor strike
Harvard-Harvard. has the world's
largest library of drama. Evert J.
Wendell, '82, who died in France in
August, 1917, willed the Wendell be-
quest to; that university The Wen-
dell bequest consists of 32,000 books
and pamphlets dealing with the thea-
ter, 100,0000 play bills,/100,000 photo-F
graphs of actors and actresses\ and
51,000 folios of sheet music. Harvard
possesses the I'argest and most com-
prehensive collection of material re-
lating to the history of the American
and English stage in existence.
Shows-at 3:00; 7.00; 6:3o
Theatre, zgb-M , M~r'i Kea.,.2.316-M
Wed.-Thiuis. 22-23-Viola Dana in "Please
Get Married Star Comedy, "Oh, Oh,
Nursie," and Ford Weekly.
Fri.-Sat. 24-25---1xIlRogers in "Almost
a Husband," and Capitol Comedy, Mr.
and Mrs. Carter DeHaven in "Honey-
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life as on
Made in -17 leads,
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Reports have come from Buenos
Ayres that the University Federation
of that 'city, a student organization,
have threatened to call a country-
wide strike of students if there is no
Federal intervention between the
Teachers' Union and the director-gen-
eral of schools.
lMinnesota-There are 2,000 more
students at the University of Minne-
sota' this year than in 1918 and 3,000
more than in 1917. The total regis-
tration this semester is 7,131.
Indiana-A Student Aid association
has been. established at Indiana for
the women. Through this association
women who are in need ' of financial
help iny secure temporary loans. The I
funds have been established by Pres-
ident Bfryan and additional subscrip-
tions are hoped for. Not more than
$75 a semester or $190 ,a year will be
loaned to any one person. A similar
fund for the men has been in opera-
tion for a number--of years.
Class in Course 3, "A General Sur-
vey of the Bible," will meet this eve-
ning at the Bible Chair House, at 6:30
o'clock, The class has met but once
before. Tonight will be a good Vme
to joint it. Place, 444 Southt State St.
It is for women as well as mien.-Adv.
Knights of Pythias will give a dance
at their castle Thursday, October 23,
1919. Phil Diamond's Orchestra. All
K. P. students and friends invited.--
wishes to announce those who
attended his class Friday even..
ing at the Armory will be en-
titled to another lesson on ac-
count of not getting the full
time, which will be free of:
charge.. Also special price willf
be made. for ladies and gentle-
men providing you take term.
This is qn account of opening
with a good class.
Information will be given at
the door with pleasure.
Class 6:80 to 8:80.
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the honeymoon u 's Spa
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spot cash. She will walk around
most anything in town, fellows, so
make it snappy. Call 901 Washington
FOR SALE-$2.50 Waterman fountain
pen, $1, direct from factory. Call
-1 Box E, baIly.
FOR' SALE-Dress Suit. excellent con-
dition. Clark. 2106-R.
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time woik. Apply room 225 New
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ase call 670-J. University and Washtenaw by quiet
senior. Box F, Daily.
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for one or two WANTED - 2 or 3 furnished light
ve., near Forest. , housekeeping rooms by mother and
nw s,, on. Call 'Mrs. Rowells, 1158-R.
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