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LAST TIM ES TODAY

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AT THE TIIEATERS
TODAY
lajestie - Enid Bennett in
"Hairpins." A Briggs comedy
and Pathe News.
Arcade-Mary Pickford in Kate
Wiggin's famous "Rebecca of
Sunnybrook Farm." A spec-
ial comedy, "Tarred and
Feathered."

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SANITATION NECESSARY
IN BOARDING HOUSES
HEALTH SERVICE TO PREPARE
LIST OF SUGGESTED-
IMPROVEMENTS
In order that students may realize
the importance of sanitation in board-
ing houses and restaurants as well as
in rooming houses, the University
Health service authorities have issued
a statement containing suggestions
for the improvement of sanitary meth-
ods so that, as ar as possible, "they
may be as clean as New York City
hotels and restaurants."
Proper pasteurization of milk is a
point on whcih special emphasis is
laid, it being stated that only from a
very exceptional dairy may one be ex-
pected to procure raw milk which is
not at one time or another contam-
inated.
Warning is also given against all
handlers of food who are not of sound
health, since such diseases as typhoid
fever and diphtheria are easily trans-
mitted.
Cleanliness in the kitchen and din-
ing room, and boiling of all dishes in
hot water, are also stressed as mat-
ters of importance in the maintenance
of a sanitary boarding house or res-
taurant.
The Kempf Music Studios -Piano,
Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished 1880. 12 S Division St.
Phone 212-J.-Adv.
Engineer's Supplies at Wahr's Uni-
versity Book Stores.-Adv.

WHAT'S GOING ON
SATURDAY
13:00-Tryouts for 'irls' Glee club
meet in Miss Kleyn studio, School
of Music. Voice 'tudents in School
of Music eligible.
10:00-Meeting of tryouts for cheet
leader of Case game in Union.
2:00-Vaxsity band meets In front of
University hall. Members wear full
uniforms.
3:30-Football game with Case Sci-
entific school at Ferry field.
7:15-Greater Newark club of New
Jersey mncets in room 306 of Union.
AIl Newark men uiged to ateind.
8:00-Presbyterian get-together, cor-
ner Division and Huron streets.
9:00-Union dance.
SUNDAY
3:00 - First meeting of Scalp and
Biiane club in room 312, Union. Im-
portant that all members ttend.
4:0-Student VCjhnteerS Hlft in
tor or iden'l class room i LAn'fw
hall.
F :fi--Social half lour at Methodist
church for all young people.
::30-We'slean guild medts at Jfeth-
odist church. Dr. A. W. Stalker
will speak.
7 :00--tryout; for Univrsity Sym-
phony orchestra, University School
of Mu-iic.
MON !)AY
4:60---All students interested in read-
ing., literary writing, and criticism,
meet in Daily staff room, second
floor front, Press building.
4:30 -- Tryouts for Girls' Glee club
meet In Miss Kleyn's studio, School
of Music. Voice students in School
of Music eligible.
7:30- Meeting of Classical club in
room B, Alumni hall. Discussion
of plans for the year. All members
urged to be present.

All corrections, changes in ad-
dress and telephone numbers
must be in at the office of the.
Students' Directory by Oct. 9.
Names of people in fraterni-
ties, sororities, dormitories and
house clubs, together with the
telephone numbers and address-
es of these organizations, offic-
ers of sectional clubs, honorary
societies, etc., with their tele-
phone numbers must also be in
at the Directory office by Oct. 9.
Make phone calls to the Stu-
dents' Directory, 176-3.

DIRECTORY CHANGES
MUST ICE IN OCT. 9

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in Ann Arbor. The latest inb
dancing, Lady and gentler
structors. Beginners class
and Wednesday evening at 7
Eight lessons $5.00. Advane
Thursday evening, 7 to 8. Si:
$4.00. Opening class Oct. 11.
assemblies free to members
Register by phone.. Buy you;
at opening class. Private le
appointment. Assemblies eve
day and Thursday evenings,
Opening dance Thursday. Si:
per couple. Packard Academ
1850-Fl: Cor. State and Pa
Adv.
The "STANDARD" Lo4
Notes at Wahr's Universit
Stores.-Adv.

GPARRIcK +,1U E.
DETROIT TEROIT
THIS 'WICIK Mat. Today 50c to $2. Nights 50c to $2.50
Virginia Pearson and Sheldon Lewis in T HIS WEEK
The Hole in the Wall TAKE IT FROM M
DANGCING
Oldest Established School in Ann Arbor
THE LATEST IN BALL Room DANCING
LADY AND GENTLEMEN INSTRUCTORS
Beginners' Class Monday and Wednesday Evenings
7:00 to 8:30. Eight Lessons, $5.00
Advancd Class Thursday Evening, 7:00 to 8:00
Six Lessons, $4.00
Opening Class October 11
Tuesday and Thursday Assemblies Free to Members of Clas
Register by phone. Buy your tickets at opening class.
Private Lessons by Appointment
Assemblies every Tuesday and Thursday Evening, 8 to 1C
60c per Couple
Packard Academy
Phone 1 850-F I Cor. State and Packarc

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A Story of Married Life not told to the Family Next Door
Pathe News Briggs' Comedy Orchestra
COiSlNG SUNDAY
The R__ht to Love".
With MAE MU IRAY
Now Running at the Broadway-Strand

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Speed was as slow as a tortoise
on the running track, but he was
speedy in love.

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If You Want
Laughter,
Excitement,

UNVRIYY TO HOLD
INDUSTHRL LCTURES
WILL ACCOMPANY TALKS WITH
FILMS, AS BASIS FOR DIS-
CUSSION
Commencing with tonight's meet-
ing at 8:15 o'clock in Lane hall, the
directors of the Students' Christian
association will hold a series of in-
dustrial conventions, illustrated with
interesting films, as a basis for dis-
cussion of national and international
labor and economic problems.
Mr. Evans in Charge
The discussions will be held under
the personal supervision of Mr. Tr S.
Evans, executive secretary of the Stu-
dents' Christian association who has
had considerable experience in this
field, having bden for 10 years head
worker of the University settlement
of Philadelphia, and industrial secre-
tary of the international committee of
the Y. M. C. A. during the war.
The subject for tonight will deal
with conditions in the Hawaiian Is-
lands, and the film shown will be
"The Grape Juice Industry." Invita-
tions to attend have been extended to
University professors and labor lead-
ers of Ann Arbor and Detroit, while
a general invitation is extended to
all students.
Good Program
Plans have been completed for a
"peppy" program for the opening
meeting of the Upper Room . Bible
class at 8 o'clock tonight in the Upper
Room, at Lane hall.
Several well known speakers will
be present, among them Lloyd C.
Douglas, minister of the Congrega-
tional church, R. H. Chapman, Bapt-
ist religious education leader, and C.
Stewart Baxter, '21, president of the
University Y. M. C. A. , and H. L.
Weiss, precident of the Student Vol-
unteers.
A "peppy" program for the Opening
Meeting of the Upper Room Bibl
Class Saturday evening, Oct. 9, in the
"Upper Room," Lane Hall. Those who
will take part in this One Hour Pro-
gram are:
Lloyd C. Douglas, minister Congre-
gational Church,
R. H. Chapman, Baptist religious
education leader,
Stewart Baxter, president Universi-
ty "Y','
Frank L. Thomas, University School
of Music faculty,
H. L. Weiss, president "Student Vol-
unteers,
Sotokichi Katsuizumi, Japanese
graduate student,
Donald Williams, president Univer-
sity Men's Bible Class.
This class is open to all "Michigan"
men. Tlfe attention of new students
is especially called to it. The hour is
from 7 to 8 o'clock.-Adv.
Engineer's Supplies at Wahr's Uni-
versity Book Stores.-Adv.

and the best hour you have ever
spent in a picture show, do not
fail to see

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On Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1920, we are bringing to
the Whitney Theater "America's Gayest Musical
Show"-."TAKE IT FROM ME," written by Will
B. Johnstorde and Will R. Anderson.
In bringing this brilliant musical success here
we are not making any experiment, for it comes with
a record of five months in New York, six months in
Chicago, four months in Philadelphia and four
months in Boston.
THIS IS THE ORIGINAL COMPANY AND
PRODUCTION THAT MADE THEATRICAL
HISTORY AT THE STUDEBAKER THEATER,
CHICAGO. THERE IS NO OTHER COMPANY.
The scenic production -of "TAKE IT FROM
ME" is especially gorgeous and all the gowns are
the very latest models, setting a new standard for
smart and up-to-date Fifth avenue effects. Every
effort has been put forward to make this the finest
possible presentation of a musical comedy.
Mail orders are now being reveived at the Whit-
ney Theater for one performance of "TAKE IT
FROM ME" on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1920.
Prices will range from 75c to $3.oo. Boxes, $3.00;
Lower Floor, $2.50; Balcony, $r.oo, $1.50 and $2.
Enclose proper remittance, payable to the order
of the theater, and enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope for return of tickets.

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"GOING SOME"

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Rex Beache 's
Greatest College Play
"Going Some"

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Special Animal
Comedy,
"THE OVERALL
HERO"

Special Music will be
rendered by the
ARCADE
ORCHESTRA

Novelty Film
"OLD
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Laughs - Laughs and Laughter
LAST TIMES TODAY
AMERICA'S SWEETHEART
Mary Pickford in "Rebecca Of Sunny Brook Farm"

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