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THE 1VLICH

11'M .f Y L

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~HE MICH N DAILY

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

Screen
Majestic-"Something to Think
About," Cecil B. DeMille's pro-
duction. Also Christy comedy
and Topics.
Arcade-Constance Talmadge in
"Good References" and a com-
edy, "Edgar Takes the Cake."

Wderth-H. B. Warner;
Hour Before Dawn."
Lloyd in "High and
Also I+ox News.

in "One
Harold
Dizzy."

LEAGE REPREENTTIE
TO ATTEND OISU AE
In an attempt to show the attitude
of University women toward the work
of the football team, the board of di-
rectors of the Women's league decided
at its board meeting yesterday to send
a delegate to the O. S. U.-Michiganr
game and to pay the train fare of a
chaperon for the girls who are mak-
ing the trip to Columbus. A canvass
of dormitories and other women's or-
ganizations will also be made to urge
that they send other representatives
to the game.
It has been the feeling of University
women that their organization take'
some action to show their support of
athletics, particularly the 1920 football
team, according to Marguerite Clark,
'21, president of the league, and the
decision of the board in regard to the
O. S. U.-Michigan game is a step in
this direction. r
PROF. SHARTEL WILL LECTURE
ON PRACTICE LAW TONIGHT{

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jury on Tuesday of each week for the
rest of the year.
The aim of the club is to afford act-
ual experiencein the commencement
and trial of cases through all their
stages.,

WOMEN SIGN
FOR USE 'Y' POOL

frls iNotes
Lieut. Albert Spalding, one of Am-
erica's foremost violinists will make
his Ann Arbor debut Thursday even-
ing in Hill auditorium, in the first
number of this year's extra concert
series.
Mr. Spalding was born in Chicago
in 1888. His wonderful musical tfl-
ent has been fostered through in-
struction under leading masters in
New York, Florence, and Bologne. His
public debut was made in Paris at the
age of 18, and since that time he has
played to audiences in practically
every part of the world. He has reach-
ed such an eminence in the world of

Orpheuui-Owen Moore in "Poor
Simp." First episode of "Pir-
ate Gold," a new Pathe serial.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney-Thursday and Friday.
. "Fi-Fi of the Toy Shop" under
the auspices of King's Daugh-
ters of the Congregational
church with Helen Knowlson
and Kemp Keena, '21.
Saturday -- Micheil and Vera
Fokina, Russian ballet danc-
ers.
Oarrlck (Detroit)-Nora Bayes
playing in that Weeks-Simons
musical play, "Her Family
Tree."
Shubert (Detroit)- "Aphrodite"
the Comstock-Morris produc-
tion which was the sensation
of the season in Paris, New
York, and Chicago.

music that his name has become a
household word, not only throughout
Anierica, but in every country where
good music is known.
Last summer on the occasion of the
tour of the New York Symphony or-
chestra to Europe, Mr. Spalding was
selected as the soloist. His visit
abroad on this occasion was quite in
contrast to his last European trip
when he served with distinction as a
lieutentant in the United States avia-
tion forces. His services in both cap-
acities were of the highest order.

University women whD wish to have
the use of the City Y. M. C. A. swim-
ming pool are requested to sign up at
Barbour gymnasium before Friday,
Nov. 5, in order that a mass meeting
can be arranged to discuss further
plans. Not more than 150 girls can
use the pool, 130 having already sign-
ed up.
Women are to have the daily use of
the pool from 10:30 to 11:30 o'clock
mornings, from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock
afternoons, and from 8:30 to 9:30
o'clock evenings. One lesson a week
for six months will be $4.50, for mem-
bers of the Women's Athletic asso-
ciation, ad $5.00 for non-members. This
money pays for the use of the pool.
Lessons are included, if desired, but
are not compulsory. Classes will be
arranged later. Those who sign up
first will have first choice as to time.

most important of the matters of bu
mess to be considered at this mnee
ing is the election of the J-Hop cot
mittee. A large turnout is expected- b
class officers.
GAD..,.O.T K
America's Foremost Singing ComsIeaa
NORA BAYES - "HER FAMIY TE"
Famou:tMusical Play by Al WeekaandSq,.urSi.,ag
Theatrical Treat of the Year

Junior Engineers Meet This Morning
The junior engineering class will
hold the first assembly of the year at
10 o'clock this morning in room 348 of
the Engineering building. One of the

DETROt.T
Company e.2800. S Dig Sesost

th niern uidn.Oeo h

Why the Law school uses the case
method and how the casebook qught
to be studied, will be explained by
Prof. Burke Shartel, of the Law school
faculty, at the Cooley club meeting
to be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
the practice court room of the Law
building. The subject will be "How
the Law School Aims to Prepare a
Student for Practice." All students,
whether club members or not, are
asked to attend.
For the purpose of enabling the law
student to obtain actual court prac-
tice before he reaches his senior year,
the Cooley club will hold a trial by

I Trespassers Many on New hospital
Signs placed in front of the new
University hospital prohibiting tres-
passing, are continually desregarded
according to C. H. Tessier, superin-
tendent of construction. "No one will
be permitted in the building at any
time without permission," said the
superintendent. "The grounds are not
public property and this fact should
be respected."
For live progressive up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.-
Ad'.

LAST TIMES TODAY

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"Good References"
TOMORROW ONLY

WALLACE

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TODAY AND TOMORROW
GLORIA. SWANSN
THEODORE ROBERTS, MONTE BLUE and ELLIOT DEXTER
-IN-
CECIL B. DeMILLE'
Great Production
"SoinethingIo hink Ab ut"
OTHER ADDED FEATURES
Bobby Vernon in "Seven Bald Pates"
TOPICS Majestic Orchestra
Popular Daly Matinees 2:00-3:30, all seats 25c; Nights 7:00-830, Prices 10-25-35c
Election Ret rs
Will be given Tuesday night as fast as they come in. By special
arrangement with the Ann Arbor Times-News

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