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Mat. Today 50c to $2. Nights 5tc to $2.50
THIS WEEK
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A R R K
DETROIT
Virginia Pearson and Sheldon Lewis In
The Hole in the Wall

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Majeste - Maurice Tourneur's
production, "The White Cir-
cle," with an all-star cast.
Sunshine comedy, "The Wait-
er's Wasted Life." Also Pathe
News.-
. Arcade-Katherine McDonald in
the story of the year, "The
Notorious Miss Lisle." Novel-
ty reels and a Christie comedy,
"Two Pears and a Peach."

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"EELYV A RY ANN"
Taken from the Stage Success by ISRAEL ZANGWIIkL
ADDED FEATURES

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College

Exchanges

KINOGRAMS
ORCHESTRA

COMEDY
PIPE ORGAN

FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Corinne Griffith
IN
"The Whiuspqer Market"
Admission for these attractions
Adults 25c Children 10e

SCIIEDULE OF SiOWS

Matinees 2:00 3:30 Evening 7,00 8:30, 9:30
ORPHEUd~M

Harvard - Six thousand students
were registered at Harvard at the
opening of the college for the coning
year. This figure, which is the record
in the 284 years' history of the uni-
versity, includes 36 women who are
now allowed to register by a recent
ruling of the board of trustees. Men
from every state in the union have
been enrolled in the university.
Texas State-The students at Texas
State university own a factory in which
every student will be given a chance
to put in his spare time. Automobile
bodies, box cars and ready made
houses are the products of this fac-
tory. Students enrolling for the school
year have taken to the plan. Already
over 100 applications for places in the
new factory have been received.
Ohio State-Alumni of Ohio State
from coast to coast are to be organ-
ized within the next two weeks in the
interests of the Ohio Stadium cam-
paign. Members of the Stadium com-
mittee and the athletic staff will make
' tour to stimulate interest in the stad.-
ium among alumni of Indianapolis,
Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Den-
ver, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
California - The 200 Chinese stu-
dents who have come to the United
States to attend various universities
in the country were recently guests
at the University of California. Twen-
ty of this number will enter the Uni-
versity of California.
Business Administration students
should be interested in joining our
stenographic classes, Monday, Oct. 11.
I -amilton Business College.-Adv.
White Swan Laundry will call for1
your clothes. Call 165.-Adv.,
The "STANDARD" Loose-Leaf
Notes at Wahr's University Book
Stores.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

MANY STUDENTS
WISH EMPLOYMENT
The rumor that more positions for
students would be forth coming if
they had not loafed on the job in times
past, is not justified by information
gathered at the Union and at the "Y."
The large number of students who
desire work this year is alone re-
sponsible for the scarcity of positions.
Already the "Y" has placed between
300 and 400 workers in permanent
positions and temporary jobs and the
Union has employed 80 students for
work in the building. The efficiency of
the student help is attested by the
number of employers who are seeking
former employees to place in old
positions.
The "Y" is endeavoring, to care for'
all those who desire work. Names of
those who wish temporary work are
hein taken and these men will be
placed in jobs as they are found. The
"Y" will also check up on efficient
workers in the future and those found
to be the best workers will be given
the precedence in filling the good jobs.
TECHINIC AI)S 700 MORE
TO SUBS CRIPTION LISTS
Four Copies to be Published During
Year; Several Write for Firs;t
Issue
The Michigan Technic has signed up
700 new subscribers to date without
including the ones added by mem-
bership in the A. S. M. E., A. I. E. EM,
and the Chemical Engineering socie-
ty, all of which are affiliated with the
Engineering society.
The Technic expects a total circula-
tion of at least 2,000, the subscription
price being $1.50 for the four copies
which will come out in November,
January, March and May.
The first issue is to contain 96 pages
and is to have five main articles, one
by Gardner S. Williams on "The St.
Lawrence River as a Power Project,"
one by B. E. Blanchard, '03E, on
"Underwriter's Laboratories in Chi-
cago," one by G. E. Lewis on "Out-
door Stations and the Economical Use
of Small Streams," and one by George
Marsteller, '18E on "Electrical Draft-
ing," and the fifth is yet to be an-
nounced.
Freshmen to Eloet Soeol Commitee
Freshmen girls are invited to a
party at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium. Besides get.-
ting acquainted with the members of
their own class at this time, under
the guidance of members of the judici-
ary council a freshman girls' social
committee consisting of 15 members
is to be elected.
Fraternity stores will find a com-
plete asortment at Cushing's.-Adv.
Michigan Song Books and Memory
Books at Wahr's University Boo-
stores.-Adv.
NOTICE !
Young women who would
earn extra money during lei-
sure hours will find lucrative
employment at the Tele-
phone Exchange. As an
employe, you enjoy the priv-
ilege of the cafeteria where
home cooking is served at
cost. Call at the Office be-
tween 9 A. M. and 5 P. M.

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
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PHONE 166
TRUBE Yj
218 sOUTH MAINl
QUALITY ICE CREAMK
Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

Typewriters for rent at Hamilton
Business College, State and William.
-Adv.
Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
Wahr's University Book Stores.-Adv.

TV TL E'"S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our
Last years customers
One half block South
of 'MAJ"

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Chas. W. Oraham, Two Stores
Quarry Drug Company
CAhi I"Drug Co., Three Sto'es
Slater Book Shop
j0. D. Morrill, Prtg. & Office Sul
J . C. Schleede, Stationery
Dawson Brothers, Drugs
A. . Crippen, Drugs
A. 13. TMummery, Drugs
F. C. Edsill (ilexall Store)
Fischer's Pharmacy
Arcade Jewelry Shop

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T A KES NOTE
No matter how fast the
instructor talks, it's easy
to keep up with a Parker Ien.
No cloggin, no stoppiung to
slake, no inkstainled firp, rs.
The "Lucky Curve" feedt the
ink smoothly. it
can't leakwhenc,:r-
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Press-the-Button
and.it's filled
instantly.
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY

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Final Times Today

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Admission~

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Adults 20c

Children l0c

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"THE NORTOR i US
158LIS L E"
From the widely read novel clillie.Reynf:Ids

LAST TIMES TODAY

A Seething Turmoil of scandal involv ng
personages on the loftiest emience of tip4ed
English Society
Novelty Reels and Christie
Comedy That 's aScream !!!

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MICHIGAN STATE
TELEPHONE COMPANY
Cor. Main and Washington

PRESENTS

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DANCING CLAS.SES

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Fjlmed from

Robert Louis Stevenson's Immortal Thrill Tale,
"The Pavilion on the Links"

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A MERRY SUNSHINE COMEDY
Pathe News Majestic Orchestra

Lessons in ball room dancing,
both for advanced students and
beginners, will start Oct. 11th.
Only 40 students will be enrolled
in each class, thereby insuring
satisfactory results.
Enroll at Studio, 324 E. Huron
street (two blocks west of High
School).
The classes are to be conduct-
ed by
MILE. JEANETTE KRUSZKA

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"REBECCA OF SUNNY
BROO0K F A R M"

TOMORROW -Saturday

ENID BENNETT in "HAIRPINS"

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PHILIP RAE MILLER, '23

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DANCES

FRI DAY

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SATURDAY

BEST MUSIC IN TOWN.

TICKETS AT

-GRA-A '5, SLATERS AND FISHER'S

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