send their delegates
aual convention which
this year at Minnea-
Nov. 11. Official plans
ed soon for the interest
I up members of the local post
cure their legion buttons by ap-
to Pat Walsh of the firm Phelps
Valsh, at 205 North Main street.
ers of other posts who have not
d their buttons 'may also's4-
hem on payment of 25 cents at
ty will have the COMPOSERS OF OPERA MUSIC
out before mem- TO MEET AT UNION FRIDAY
ation at ' 7:15 --
night in room Composers who intend writing mus-
ich time the an- ic for the Union opera will meet at
uts will be held. 4:30 o'clock Friday afternoon in room
to give an ex- 308 of the Union with Earl V. Moore
minute talk on and W. A. Leitziuger, who will dis-
ses. cuss the matter with the men.
This meeting is called to permit the
members of the men to be present who were unable to
club last year' attend last time. Lyrics will be given
at'the Women's out.
4IATIENA CHOOSES DELEGATES
FOR CENTRAL LEAGUE DEBATE
Athena representatives in the Cent-
al league' debate were chosen at the
ast regular meeting by a committee of
idges composed of Miss Grace Green-
ood, Herman August, '19, and Neal
reland, 121.. The members chosen
rere Victoria Adams, '21, Annabel
.driance, '20, Ida Gratton, '20, and
.nna McGurk, '20.F
Warmer" and Santrey's
Even a pretty sleep-walker is not al-
ways a welcome visitor. No end of
trouble is caused in "She Walks in Her
Sleep," which will be produced at the
Whitney Saturday evening. When one
comes to a fashionable hotel and steals
in and out of the apartments of the
guests clad only in a night-robe, pink
silk and a large picture hat.
She has a careless habit of taking
things that do not belong to her and
leaving her own possessions. Embar-
rassing situations result from both.
That circumstantial evidence, no
matter how convincing, may at times
be utterly false in reflecting the truth
and place upon the innocent a stigma
of guilt, is'brought out in "For the
Defense," Elmer L. Rice's drama of
American law which is coming to the
The intricate details of the plot
were worked out by Mr. Rice, only
through his intimate knowledge of
A list of the well known plays by
Roi Cooper Megrue, the author of
"Tea for Three," which will be pre-
sented at the Whitney next Wednesday
night, includes ."It Pays to Advertise,"
"Under Cover," "Seven Chances," and
HATS TO ORDER+
We make 'Hats to Order, any size,
large or small, and make it to fit
the head, and charge you no more
than yu pay for a hat right out of
stock. We can get a hat out the/same
day you order it if necessary, there
is no extra charge. You will receive
just as much comfort and stisfaction
having a hat made to order as you do
having a suit made. Factory Hat
Store. 617 Packard St. Phone 1792.-
. The Michigan, Daily, delivered to
your door daily except Monday, $3.50
Monday, Nov. 3
Attention is called to the re-
markable cast In supportsof Mr.
JOHN D. WILLIAMS
In a new play b the author of
By ELMER R. RICE
The notable cast includes
Adrienne Morrison, John Sain- ,
polls, St. Clair. Hales, Win.
Crimmins, Louise Closser Hale
Geo. Riddell, Chas. Coghlan,
Angele Ogden, and Winnefred
SEATSALE FRIDAY, OCT. 81
PRICES: 75c TO $2.00
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Charles Ray will appear in "Hay
Foot, Straw Foot," at the Majestic to-
day and tomorrow.
The joke of the training camp, he
consents to perform correspondence
school magic at the recreation theater.
Arraying himself in an oriental gown,
he makes a bow as the great Abdoul
Ben Mazzazza, but all his tricks go
wrong and he retires in confusion,
much to the uproarious delight of the
He is greatly taken by a village girl,
but after he sees her perform her
dance at the theater, he tells her he
i's sorry but he cannot include her
among his acquaintancs.
But his actions belie his words for
he is just about to be courtmartialled
on her account when she interfers and
he is released.
May Allison in "Fair and Warmer,"
and Henry Santry and his orchestra,
make up the double bill which will
be presented at- the Arcade today and
The amusing experiences of two ab-
solute teetotalers with champagne are
portrayed in "Fair and Warmer." A
sober wife who is always left at home
by her rollicking husband and a plod-
ding business man decide to have a
roaring good time.
By the time they get through they
are obsessed with "green elevators"
and other unusual fantaies.
AT THE HOSPITAL
Russell Kent, '21, was sent to the
University hospital on Tuesday. The
diagnosis was tuberculosis periton-
Two men were sent to the Universi-
ty hospital by the Health service on
Thursday. R. C. Trembath, '22E, was
sent with a case of accute appendicits.
S. S. Pierce was sent having burned
his feet severely with boiling water.
LEAGUE PARTY TO INCLUDE
SEVERAL SPECIAL FEATURES
The Women's league will hold its
first party of the year at 4 o'clock
today in Barbour gymnasium. All wo-
men registered in the University are
already members of the league, but
there will be an opportunity today for
the faculty women and others who are
interested to join. The life member-
ship fee Is $1, which may be paid in
annual installments of $1.
The All-campus women's orchestra,
composed of about 14 pieces, which is
under the direction of Ann Novle, '20,
will furnish the music.
New class at the Packard Academy
will begin Wednesday eve., Nov. 12,
7 to 8 o'clock. Lady and Gent instru'c-
tors. Number limited. Register early.
I!'aculty members recommend it. The
Multipex Hammond Typewriter. V.
Webb, Student .representative. 1214
Willard. Phone 1595-R.-Adv.
"Fair and Warmer" and Santrey's
Jazz Band-Fri.-Sat.-Arcade. 50c.
"The Orchestra With Pep"
ARC A DE
Shows at 3:00; 7:oo; 8:30
Theatre, 296-M M gr's Res, 23t6-
"Fair And Warmer"
"Shadows of the Pas
comedy, "Chasing H
Sat. 1-All-star cast
with a screen magazi
Sun-Mlon. 2-3-H. B,
Man Who Turned
colored review and cc
Sacred Silence," with
and kinogram weekly
"Eyes of the World'
2:00. 3:30, 7:00,**:30.*10
Thurs-Fri . 30-31-All-star ca
Romance of the Air," with a n
Sun-Mon. 2-3-Ruby Dere'mer
Dust of Desire," with a Mutt
cartoon and Ford Weekly.
Tues-Wed. 4-5-Corinne Griffith
Climbers," with a two-reel we
Sat. S-Mitchell Lewis in "Life';
est l}roblem," with a news and
Sun-Mon. 9-10-Montague Love
Broadway Saint," with a Mutt
cartoon Lad Ford Weekly.
UETROi rand opi
t Ga ric Detroit
"Tea for Three"
With Charlotte Walker
't~lii ltt ll ltt l 11IlIIItilill IIlIlI stInII I
Today and Saturdai
Elliot's Theater (N.Y.)
1.00, $1.50, and $2.00
p \t Yr l
i ' v y
Pr~ ae n.-t .r
D FOR SALE
etbook, en- FOR SALE-Keuflel and Esser duplex
4 Reason. slide rule, $6. Call Box E,/DalIly
e papers, Offlce.
TANV'ID-Second-handI Oorss' His-
tory of England and Great Britain.,
Harold Furlong, 602 E. Washington
St. Phone 593-J.
cook for table of 16-18. Call Alpha
Sigma steward. Phone 2605.
WANTED-Will rent or buy E-flat alto
or- baritone saxophone. Phone
FOR SALE-Applewood foi fireplaces.
Price according to length ordered.
FOR SALE-'Genuine Hawaiian Ban-
jo-Ukelele and case, practically new.
NEW FALL BOOT
is one of the best values we have shown this season.r The.
low heel makes it a very comfortable boat for the college girl
or for tramnping, and the, long narrow vamp gives it a very .
fashionable appearance.: Comes In black ,calf, brown russia
calf and black kid.
AY FOOTSTAW FO01
HE said he could never love her because she was a "p
actress." To this country "rube" the stage was the dev
paradise. Certainly he laves her before the picture is over!
wouldn't be a picture unless he did. But the chain of circi
stances that makes him change his mind is what makes this o
of the 'gol-darndest" best pictures Charles Ray has ever ma
FOR' RENT-Large front room with
alcove for double bed. Three blocks
from campus. Phone 2384-J.
FOR RANT-Garage, Washtenaw Ave-
near.Forest. Has electricity and
water. Phone 536-J or 1619-W.
WILL THE PERSON who took sheep-,
skin coat and green cap from shop-
locker room by mistake please re
fturn same to Secretary Smith's of-
flce or Mr. H~zrrison's office in Shop
,RACE MaNA Hs -UA PlR.Ol.
WM. S. HART
11-5 So.Main St.