the redwood lumber
t, will be the feature
today, Monday and
ings begin to happen when W'al-I
Reid, playing the part of the1
of an old pioneer, discovers that
valley of towering redwoods sac-
o him and his father because it
.e burial place of his mother, is
t to be stripped of its treasure of!
e final battle staged with his en-
s is carried on in characteristic
style, resulting in defeat for the
ping intruders and a charming
for the pioneer's son.
oombardi, Ltd.," featuring Bert Ly-
will be -shown at the Arcade to-
and tomorrow on its fifth anni-
ary program. The story is taken
the popular play of the same
e which was presented by Oliver
osco for a season in New York.
he eccentric gown designer, Lytel
one of the most picturesque roles
>cause of his .aesthetic and gener-
nature Lombardi's business almost
to ruin. Then it is that his sweet
pretty assistant. Nora comes to
Special songs and music will be
furbished by Ike Fisher's orchestra.
Complete registration figures for the
Engineering and Architectural -colleges
will not be ready until the work of
checking up registration and classifi-
cation cards is completed. It was
found that there were 35 more regis-
tration than classifications, indicating
that some students 'had left college
immediately after registering.
In response to a telegram from Prof.
H. C. Anderson of the mechanical
engineering department telling of the
urgent need of instructors in that de-
partment, MT. F. E. Jagodzinski has
returned to the college and is now-an
instructor in mechanical engineering.
Mr. -Jagodzinski resigned last spring
to enter private work, but gave this
up on hearing of the emergency in
the teaching department.
"The biggest year in our history,"
is the prediction of James'Darbaker,
'20E, president of the 'Engineering so-
ciety's activities for the coming term.
Membership cards are now ready for
distribution and all men holding re-
ceipts are requested to turn them in
at the Technic offices and receive there
A more interesting and strange as-!
;eortment of human derelicts than the
characters in "The Big Chance," wrhich
will open a week's engagement at the
Shubert-Garrick this afternoon, isj
seldom seen on the stage.
It is about these strange types that
a drama has " been woven of unusual
humor and humanness, pathos, and-
"Th. Rose of IChina," a musical com-
edy by the authors of "Oh Boy," will'
be presented this week by Comstock.
and Gest at the Detroit-on-the-Cain-
In "The Rose of China," Guy Bolton
takes an American vaudeville actr, ss
and a few other breezy Americans
right into the heart of Old Chi.a,
where romance is found in its most
attractive form. The production is
lavishly staged, and the chorus is said
LU Dli Urtn -"f iiie pi taIaL Uftho i
Then he tells her how he despises
her, and leaves.
In 'the third act, they are still play-
ing the game, but each has fallen ink
love with the other.
Swiss University Sends Literature .
Dean J. R. Effinger of the literary
college, has received a number of cop-
ies of an announcement by the Univer-
sity of lBasle, Switzerland, giving in-
formation of interest to prospective
English speaking students.
Students must have their student
cards properly filled out, accompanied
by Athletic Book Coupon No. 3, in of-
fices of the Athletic Association, Ann
Arbor Press building, Maynard street,
by 6 p. m. Saturday, October 18, to re-
ceive consideration in brder of classes'
for the Ohio State gam~e of October 25..
--Adv. University of Michigan.
Appropriations of $300,000, recently
voted by the legsilature for the pur-
pose of establishing a training school
for teachers at the University, so far
This delay is due to the fact that it
will be necessary to consider the loca-
tion of other badly needed buildings
on the campus'in making the arrange-
ments for the school. It is not known
how soon definite plans will' be form-
S V'0.4 fPtiowM~St. ~c'm a s00;7:00; d
Martha Washington Candies,.
every Friday. Tice's, 117 So.
. _ ,,. .
Shows at 3o ; 8:3
.. Theatre. 296-M Mgr's Res.,
1 Sun-Mon. 1213-Bert Lytell in
bardi, Ltd."; Christie Comedy
body's Widow," and Jazz Mo
(Special songs and music by I
er's Jazz Band), 30c.
Tues-Wed. 14-15-Alice Joycei
WVinchester Woman"; Star(
"As You Were," and Outn*
will always find it at Mich. best
>re and at the right price.
You are wecome.
Iilllllllllllilll11I NI1lillllllllillilllllll IllillllilllllilllllaE
to be one or the prettiest oT ce s a
Walter Hast will present at the
Whitney theater on Monday, Oct. 20,
Cosmo Hamilton's sensationally suic-
cessful comedy, "Scandal."
"Scandal" has to do with a beau-
tiful. young person who decides she
would'like to know men as they real-
ly are. She chooses an artist for her
first' experiment, going to his studio
at night, and he loses no time in ftd-
filling her expectations. The situa-
tion is becoming alarming when her
relatives arrive, having followed her,
to the artist's studio. She never V lt-
ers. Across the hall lives a very re-
spectable friend of the family. She
sends for him and introduces him as
The second act finds her seeking to
get rid of the "husband" in her bou-
doir. He, to teach her a lesson, i1-
LEARN TO DANCE
Learn to dance, then you will
be popular. Don't be a wall
flower, All the latest dances
taught, with ladies' assistance.
Dancing is one continuous plea-
sure. Prof. H. H. Mittenthal of
Detroit, having 10 ydars' exper-
ience and is one of the bestmod-
ern dancing instructors in the
state, and is now teaching In
DetroiL, Jackson, Lansing, Flint,
Pontiac, and will open his school
at the Armory Friday evening,
Oct, 17. Classes every Friday-
evening from 7 to 8:30. Private
lessons 6 to 7. Those wishing
to attend should come the open-
ing night. Armory dance will
follow after the class.
C-4-e R and wee the largest
display 01 HIGH-GRADE In-
ported and American ipade
Pipes in the city. We are
always glad to show them
to youan d are confident 'we
have just time pipe you are
See Our Window
W UERTH THEATI
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 3:30, 10:
Sun-Mon. 12-13-All-Star Cast,
fiies," a Comedy Drama,
Lloyd Comedy and Colored Rev
Tues-Wed. 14-15-Mary Miles M
"Ykonne from Paris," with aS
Comedy and Kinogram Weely.
Thurs-Fri. 16-17-Taylor Holmes
side Down," with a two-reel
Sat. 18- William Desmond in
Brush Hamlet," with a Screen
zne and Comedy.
2:00, 3.30. 7:00. 9:30. 10
Sun-Mon. 12-13-June Elvidge it
and the Woman," with a Ford
l~y and Mutt & Jeff Cartoon.
Merry-Go-Round," with a
Thar;-Fri. 16-17 -Dorothy" Phi
"The Heart of Humanity,"
News and Comedy. (Return).
Sat. 12-"The Turn in the Road,'
reel Special, returned by reques
News and, Comedy.
Tues-Wed. 14-15-Peggy Hyland
Sun-Mon. 19-20-Madge Evans in
Wanted," with a Mutt & Jeff
and Ford Weekly.
CITY CIGAR STORE
110 EAST HURON STREET
Pop. Mat. Wed.,
50c to $1.00
Sat." Mat., 50c to $1.f0
,ETAIBTNWSUTNDAY NIGHT, OCT. 12
, III. WOODS OFFERS
TODAY and TOMORROW
- n -,
'Cnekean Play by Grant Morris and Willard Mack
A Mlghty Play of Love and Laughter
LOST AND FOUND
Beautiful large front
r, furnished for two,.
students, $6.00 per
double room, third'
I for one or two stu-
Two sink le beds in
with other students,
on second floor and
on third floor. Ten
>unt for rent three
Ivance. Steam heat,
hot water. 303 E.
LOST-On Jefferson between 5th Ave.
and Thompson or on East side of
Thompson between Jefferson and
William, an open faced watch. In-
i'tials J. W. Finder please call
839-J or notify 515 S. 5th Ave. and
receive . reward.
LOST-Lady's gold wrist watch at
School of Music or in South East
part of city. 402 E. Jefferson and
LOST-Fairly large 'brown English
Bull dog without collar. Notify Al-
pha Delta Phi house. Phone 18.
LOST-Oxford gray dress coat. Find-
er return to Michigan Daily office.
FOUND-Black fur neck piece on S.
Ingalls. Inquire 220 S. Ingalls.
WANTED-By two students, experienc-
ed in wiring, installing fixtures,
electrical apparatus and telephones.
work in the above line. Box C,
WANTED-Mending and darning neat-
lv done $.35 per hour. Call morn-
ings or evenings, 624 S. Division St.
The Michigan Daily, delivered to
your door daily except Monday, $3.50
QaleS. of' GIg~es !
NT - One large front room,
stairs, Mission furinture.
2499. 411 N. Ingalls St.
NT-Garage just off Washtei-
Vinewood. Phone 1881-R.
a special evening attraction, in YOU ARE COB
addition to our Bartola, we will ave BIRTHDAY PA
specialsongs and music by Ike ish- US CELT
er's Jazz Band.
LLY INVITED TO BE PRESENT AT OUR The admission' for children
Y, TODAY AND TOMORROW, ,TO HELP matinee and night will be 10c
ATE OUR FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. adults, the admission for matine
THE ARCADE. be 25c, and for eveping shows 3
' bicycle almost new.,