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DAILY

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PHONE 166
T UBE Y
218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE, CREAM

SUGARBOWL
HOME MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL

AT THE THEATERSg
TODAY
rajestic-"Right to Love" with
Mae Murray and David Powell.
Also Buster Keaton in new
comedy, "One Week."
Arcade-- "Going Some," talken
fromRex Beach's college story.
Comedy, "The Overall Hero,"
and novelty reel, "Old Budda's
Mule."

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Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

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The Store for

Prescription Service

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Wtierth-William Farnum in "If}
I Were King," and "The Nickle
Snatcher," a comedy attrac-
tion.
Qrpheum-Buck Jones in "Fire-
brand Travison." Comedy and
episode of' "The Hidden Dan";-
er," a serial.
DANCING
Oldest established school in Ann
Arbor. The latest inb all room danc-
ing. Lady and gentlemen instructors.
Beginners class Monday and Wednes-
day evening at 7 to 8:30. Eight les-
sons $5.00. Advanced class Thursday
evening, 7 to 8. ISix lessons $4.00,
ladies $3.00. Opening class Oct. 11.
Tuesday and Thursday asseaiblied free
to 'members of class. Register by,
phone. Buy your tickets at opening
class. Private lessons by appoint-
ment. Assemblies every Tuesday and
Thursday evenings, 8 to 10. Sixty
cents per couple. Packard Academy.
Phone 1850-F1. Cor State and Pack-
ard.-Adv.
Read The Michigan Daily advertise-
ments, it will pay you.-Adv.

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QUARRY DRUG CO'S

PRESCRIPTION STORE

PLAN ENGINEERING
RESEARCH DEPT.
(Continued from Page One)
and also will aid the University in
some small part, as the faculty will
thus have an opportunity to keep fully
up to date in all problems of indus-
try through the advisory and investi-
gatory work which they will take part
in.
Requests Already In
"Already, unsolicited, and before the
official establishment of the depart-
ment, many requests for service have
come in. They include headlight in-
vestigation, requested by prominent
motor corporation, research work in
the field of a new and cheaper motor
fuel, request for help in problems
raised by corrosion in the valves and
fittings produced by one of the pro-
ducers in that field, and information
on the properties and characteristics
of seemless steel belting and many
others of similar nature."
22 STATES ALLOW
MAILING OF VOTE
All students desiring to exercise
their franchise at the coming presi-
dential election may vote by mail if
they come from the following states:
Alabama, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana,
Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Mich-
igan, Minnesota, Montana, New Jersey,
New York, North Carolina, North Da-
kota, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Ten-
nessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and
Wisconsin.
The necessary formsforbregistering
and voting by mail may be obtained
at the headquarters of the University
of Michigan Republican club, rooms
222-224 Nickels' Arcade. The club fas
arranged the mail voting so that no
charge will be made for notary public
service.
It is advisable to call at the club
this week, as many states close this
system of registering within the next
few days.
Davis Added to Geography FacultyI
Mr. D. H. Davis has been added to
the faculty of the geography depart-
ment. Mr. Davis is well known about
the campus as he was formerly in
charge of general science and geog-
raphy at Central High school in De-
troit. He also served in the capacity
of athletic /adviser in the Detroit
school.
MASONS, ATTENTION
o The regular Masonic
smoker willbe held Satur-
day night, Oct. 16, at 8 p. m.
at the Michigan Union.
Every Mason on the campus is invited
to attend. President Burton will speak.
(Signed) JAMES G. PREY,
Sec'y Craftsmen's Club.
The new Steongraphy class at the
School of Shorthand, 711 N. Univ. Ave.
will have its first meeting today at
3:00 P. M. Come up at that time if
you are interested.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers--Adv.

GIARRI K
DTR01T M
PICCADILLY TO
B3ROAD WA Y

Our own pride in the ar
we do never exceed
the patron.
RANDALL T
You are invited to call at the Studio-121
r and view the photographs one
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E. Washington
exhibition.

SO. STATE and N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 308.

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LAST SHOWS TODAY
:KO1R Presents "%
4 GEOtGER
FITZ AUPJE
PR DUCTION'
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1492.........1920
Four hundred and twenty-eight years ago an intre
navigator found a new world
Certainly no day is more worthy of heartfelt thanks
rejoicing than the anniversary of America's discovery;
place better than the ARCADE THEATRE to find hat
ness and good cheer.
Last Ti ms Today
The Greateut College Story Ever Written for
,Ige-and Screen:-
C'REATEST
SpeciaI 'usic for "Going Some" by tLe
ARQ 1E THiATRE RCH';TRA
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Special Comedy Novelty.Filim
"THE OVERALL "3UDDA'S
HERO" MAZE"

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and
DAVID POWE LA
They had stifled her right to love-with a
"marriage of convenience", a blighting life in
an alien land, and all that the stories tell of a

WUERTH THEATRE

TUESDAY-
William Farnum in "If I Were
King." ,
Hank Mann in "The Nickel Snatch-
er." Fox News.
Orchestra and Pipe Organ Music.
WEDNE SDAY, THURSDAY
11. B. Warner in "Haunting Shad-
Kinograms and Hall Room Boys
Comedy.m
Orchestra and Pipe Organ Music.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY- i
Dustin Farnum in "Big Happiness."
Pathe Review and Pollard Comedy.
Orchestra and Pipe Organ Music.
ORPHEUM THEATRE
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY-
Buck Jones in "Firebrand Trevi-
sion."
Clayplay Comedy and Serial-"Hid-
den Dangers."
THURSDAY, FRIDAY
Jack Pickford in "In Wrong."
Comedy-"Bullets and Bullies."
SATURDAY---
Mary Miles Minter in "The Eyes of
Julia Deep."
Universal News and Pollard Com-
edy.

Tomorrow

- Thursd

THE LURE OF THE UNKNOWN:
Thirst for a new sensation! And she found hersel
an Opium Plot in the crooked streets of Shanghai.
VIVID WITH MYSTERY, FLUSHED WIT-
LOVE. CAST IN THE SPELL OF THE
ORIENT!
ETHEL

beautiful woman's lot in Turkey!

CLAYTON

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Even her child would be taken away tomor-
row. If-
She was an American! In Constantinople
was a real American man who loved her!
Don't miss the rest! A picture as rich as the

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STREETS"

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East; as warm as a woman's heart.

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IN A RIOT OF FUN " ft e W0e I k&
'Member "T wo Weeks"? The Difference is That This Takes Only Half the Time!

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WITH

Matinees Today Start at 2:00 and 3:30
Prices-AEl Seats ..............25c

Shows Tonight at.......7:00 and 8:30
Adults 35c.............Kiddies I10c

CHRISTIE COMEDY EDUCATIONAL REEL
"BASHFUL ANDA
.B I G A M I S T" BRAY COMIC

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Coming Tomorrow - "The Jack Knife Man," by Ellis Parker Butlen

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