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isfied that he had made the world
think that he Y/ad jilted Millicent for
Tessa,.he had the marriage annulled,'
and tried to forget about his wife of
e a few short weeks. But he found itl
'difficult to carry out this resolve.

THE MAJESTIC

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"A Very Good Young Man" is the
name of Bryant Washburn's latest,
- Paramount picture which will be
- shown at the Majestic today and to-
- 1 morrow. In this production he con-.
t tinues along the style of comedy which
. has made him so popu:ar, again play-
s ing the part of a "boob."
e As "a very good young man" he has
never lied, stolen, flirted, or gambled.
But when he ,proposes to his sweet-
heart he is rejected on the ground that
he is too good 'to be true, that his
wild oats would probably be sown
after marriage.
He deteryines to secure a good
e criminal record and then demand his
e sweetheart's hand, but every one of
his, supposed crimes proves to be a
y benefit to someone instead of being an
y 1injury, and seeing that he is a dis-I
1. mal failure as a lawbreaker, flirt, and'
'- gambler, she !accepts him in spite of
g his being hopelessly good.'

Junior ',Engineers will hold their
postponed class meeting Wednesday,
Nov. 12, . at 8 o'clock in room 348.
Junior prom officers will be elected.
Colonel Lucas will address the meet-
ing.
Col. Robert Arthur will speak to
the student branch of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers at
7:15 o'clock Wednesday in room 229.
Colonel Arthur will speak about the
Relations of Mechanical Engineering
to the Coast Artillery. All junior and
senior mechanics are invited to at-
tend.
Lieut. Paul O. Davis, '20E, returned
Tuesday, Nov# 11, to complete his
course. Lieutenant Davis was an in-
s'tructor in aviation at the Texas
border. Later he was transferred to
study aeronautics at 'M. I. T.
Mr. Frank F. Rogers, state high-
way commissioner, will give an illus-
trated lecture at 7:30 o'clock Thurs-
day, Nov. 13, in roon 407, Engineer-
Ing building. The subject of the lee-
ture is "Gravel Roads."'
Pay your suascription to the Daily.

Saturday Night
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J.ENGINEER EXPLAINS REASONS
FOR CUSTOM OF WEARING SUCH
APPAREL
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
In looing over The Daily this morn-
ing, I read a rather offensive article
concerning the junior engineer and his
.efficient corduroys. For the enlight-
enment of the campus in general and
the individual who , wrote the article
in particular, I would like to, state
some of the sensible reasons for such
apparel. The junior engineer finds
himself confronted with a full morning
of work, and his afternoon classes
beginning at 1 o'clock.
This afternoon of work is generally
a practical application of his theor-
tical training up to his third year.
This application is not like the labor-
atories of most of the Icolleges, but
necesitates in a man getting his
hands and clothing soiled, in other
words-"in up to the elbows. It is
not the good fortune of all students
to room and board at the same place,
but in most caesdthese two places of
'living are widely separated. In the
brief interruption of one hour it is
nearly impossible to .get from one,
place to another, t say nothing of
changing his clothes.
As a result the' "cords" were adopt-
ed as a practical, sensible, and inoffen-
sive wearing apparel for all persons
'who do things, and' are recognized by
broad minded people as a mark of
distinction of one who has arrived at
a competent state of mind.
AL. CUTBERT,
3-Engineer.
?linnesota Game
Attracts Alumni
Saturday, Nov. 22, promises to be
one of the biggest days in the alumni
history of'the University. Homecom-
ing .days have been arranged by. prac-
ticallyall fraternities, mny non-fra-
ternity men have also, signified their
intention of returning .to the first
game between Michjgan and Minnesota
since 1910.
It is expected that the attendance at.
this game will top the 28,000 mark, as
already all of the seats have been sold
and many mail orders have been re
ceived for the standing room tickets
which went on sale Monday after-
noon.
* Two thousand applications for seats
at the game have been turned away,
according to Athletic association' of-
Acials. This does not mean that any
student of the Upiversity has not been
given a ticket, for in all cases where
students made application they were
filled although in many of these cases
it was, not possible to give them but
one seat.
Iusic Notes
When the Detroit Symphony orches-
tra under the baton of- Ossip Gabril-
owitsch comes to Ann Arbor for the
first time -in a Grieg, Weber, and
Tschaikowsky program with Mrs.
George B. Rhead as piano 'soloist in
Grieg's A minor concerto, one more
name will be added to the long list
of famous American orchestras heard
in the city.
Among those orchestra .that have
made appearances here in the past
are the Chicago Symphony, the Bos-
ton Symphony, .the New- York Sym-
phony, the New York Philharmonic;
the Pittsburg, Philadelphia, and Cin-
cinnati.
The following program will be pre-
sented:
Overture to Oberon..........Weber

Concerto for piano and orchestra,
A minor, Op. 16...........Grieg
Allegro moderato; Adagio; Allegro
Mercato
Mrs. George B. Rhead
Symphony in E minor, Op. 5.....
.......... Tschaikowsky
Andante; Allegro con anima;
Andante cantabile; Valse.
Allegro moderato;
Finale: Andante maestro.

Prices; 50c to $2.00
Seats Thursday
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bak
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $50,000.00'
ReOIurceep........$4,000,W0~.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.

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Wednesday-Thursday
BRYANT WASHBURN
IN
"A Very Good Young. Ma
Friday-Saturday
"The Birth of a Race"
ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:3o
Phones:
Theatre. a6-M Mgr's Res., s 16
Wed-Thu- -13 -- O,live Thomas
"The Spite Bride"; Star Comet
"One Lonely Night" and Weekly.
Fri-Sat-1 4-5 -Norma Talmadge
"The Isle of Conquest" and Mr. a
Mrs. Carter Delaven in 'Their I
of Rest."
3un-1ou-r6- i--B1anche, Sweet in
Woman of Pleasure"; Christie Co
edy, "Cupid's Holdup" and Ja
Monologue.

rues-Wed. 11-12-Madlaine Tr
"Snares of Paris," with a
western.
Thurs-Fri. 13-14-Douglas Fai
His Majesty, The American,
two-reel comedy," Model Hus
Sat.,15:-All-star 'cast, "The E
vided," (returned) with a
comedy.
Sun-Mon., 16-17-Evelyn C
"Bringing Up Betty," with a
Jeff cartoon, "Was She a W
a fudge Brown story, "Shift1

Makes You Forget.Your Trubies
Selwyn & Company:3
LAIJ6I FSTIYAL'

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Tues-Wed. 11-12-A featur. of
production, "The Other Half,"
monkey comedy and kinograt
=-VAUDEVILLE-
Thurs-Fri. 13-14--A picture of
"Bolshevism on Trial," with
reel comedy, "Darind Lions and
Lovers."
SPECIAL MUSICAL ATTRACT
Sat. 15-Sessue Hayakawa in "The
on Painter," with a screen m;,
and comedy, "Flirt \There Was.'
Sun-Mon. 16- 17-William FarnL
"The Last of the Duanes," with
reel monkey comedy, "That
Stuff." The greatest laugh in

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nd dollars she was willing to be a wife 'in name only, but it was such a
deucedly long way to Reno.
t little star of ."Upstairs and Down" again scores in "The Spite Bride."
Friday and Saturnday
NORMA TALMADGE
"The Isle of Conquest

STUDENTS' DANCING CLASSES
With a large enrollment for the be-
ginners' "Students' Dancing Class" the
first lesson starts totight promptly at
seven in the Old Union Dance Hall.
Those who were unable to enroll
yesterday may call 1666-J and regist-
er if the limit has not been reached.-
Adv.
Copper Country Club tickets will be
on sale in the main corridor of U-Hall
Irom 1 to 3, Wednesday.-Adv.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest campus, city, and world
news.-Adv.
Patronize the Daily Advertisers.

Bryant .Wash

"A Very Good Young?'Ian
He was too good to be true. She couldn't believe that any ye
man could have habits so saintly. Result: she wouldn't take
solitaire.
So what do you think he did.? Went right to work like a reg
fellow to make the family reputation a fit subject for the laundry!
That's where the fun starts in "A Very Good Young Man." 3
this picture? Perish the thought!

-COMING-,
in "A Woman of Pleasure"

"The Con In BRAY
Economy" PICTOGRAPH

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