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SCHURBEITRT
Walter Hampden
in SHAKESPEARES ,PLAYS

DETROIT,
A. 8. Woods presents
BA&RNEY BERNARD
in "tHis Honor, Abe Potash"

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LAST TIME TODAY

PROFESOR
MERELY WISH TO HELP
Prof. John C. Parker, head of the
electrical engineering department,
commenting yesterday on the lighting
in Hill auditorium, said: "Any state-
ments coming from this department in
regard to the lights of the auditorium
were made, not because of a desire to
criticize, but in the spirit of helpful-
ness. We were merely giving views
expressed by students and members
of the faculty.
"We realize that the buildings and
grounds department is like other
branches of the University, financial-
ly handicapped. It is for this reason
that the electrical engineering depart-
ment is anxious to do anything with-
in its power to lighten the burden."
Gargoyle Out Wednesday
Unless unforeseen delays in the
press interfere, the Thanksgiving
number of Gargoyle will appear Wed-
nesday, Nov. 24. Several hundred ex-
~tra copies winl be printed due to the
rapidity with which the October num-
ber was sold.

Screen.
Majestic - James Oliver Cur-
wood's great story, "Nomads
of the North."
Arcade - Ethel Clayton in "A
City Sparrow." A Jesse L.
Lasky production.
Wiferth- A J. Stuart Blackton
production, "The House of the
Tolling Bell."

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

WINDOW SHADES

PICT

PAINTS ,VARNISHES

BRUSHES

WALL PAPER

ENAMELS

KALCIIIINES

STAINS

GLASS

L. E. WENZ EL

Student Headquarters
We carry complete stocks of "Brighten-Up" finishes in small
cans for all "touch-tip" jobs around the house.

Painting and Decorating

May,,.e~o
Bruce Gordon

Orpheum-Harold Bell
famous 'story, "The
of the Hills."

Wright's
Shepard

PHONE M

207 EAST LIBERTY ST.

THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-Barney Ber-
nard in "His Honor Abe Pot-
ash," that Montague Glass
farce with the original New
York cast.

Atinnesota Or''AtIichigan
You want to be comfortable to enjoy the game
WHY NOT GET UNDER ONE
OF OUR SHEEP - LNED OR LEATHER COATS?

-IN-

"THE

HOUSE of the

TOLLING
Colored-
Pathe Review

BELL"
Pollard
Comedy

Schubert
Hampden
Venice."

(Detroit) - Walter
in "Merchant of

Paronize Daily Advertiers.--Adv.

We are Showing over Twenty Different Styles
in these Garments

THE BANK OF

SERVICE

CONTINVOS SHOW TODAY
Admissions Adults 25o, Children fOo

ONE WILL PLEASE YOU
LOOK THEM OVER EARLY

SUNDAY -- MONDAY -- TUESDAY
Gerald ine
F A R R A R

Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

Priced

from $24.00

to $75.00

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101.103 So. Main St.

330 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

J. KARL MALCOLM
604 EAST LIBERTY STREET

IN

Member of the Federal Reserve System.

"The Riddle:
WO a
As Mysterious, Gripping, and as
Unsolvable as the Sphinx.

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"EAT AT THE CASTLE"
Cor. Hill and State
STRICTLY HOME-COOKED
MEALS
$5.50 MEAL TICKET
FOR $5.00
REGULAR BOARDERS
$7.00 PER WEEK

LAST TIMES

.
A'w

TODAY

At last,
her life.

the country-to
A home!

Tiger love - and the winner
take all! - No, merely a
"small time" vaudeville act,
and a tired girl yearning for
the country.

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Friends! The wide fresh fields.
A glow, unpainted, stealing
into her face! Then love!
One night, a note - with her
heart breaking: "David, dear,
I 'must go back. Good bye."
..'Why?

Merely another

"Apache.

dance - a false step - an-
other nurse's chart in a big
hospital.

Michigan vs. Mijnesota
Gridiron Battle

ft* .

TODAY

AT

2

O'CLOCK

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The game in miniature with replica of gridiron, moving football and score-
board, with special wire direct from the field at Minne. Those who attended
the 0. S. U. returns here at this theatre will tell you how we worked it.

BE EARLY

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Ticket Office and Doors Open at 1:15
Photoplay Attraction in Addition

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JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'S

:JESSE L.LASKY /

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STORY BY KATI

aramount)ie A C IT
DIECED SPARROW
E JORDAN SCENARIO BY CLARA . KENNI
SDIRECTEDBY SAM WOOD
Today we will give you the
Game returns play by play on our miniature Gridiron, returns com
tern Union wire on the stage. We will also have a cheer leader to give
to von and to lead vou in your Yells!

All Seats 25c - No Passes Accepted

Michigan-Minnesota
by direct lease West

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