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AT THE THEATERS

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nsies, the campus ,literary
tion,' announces an essay con-
th a $25 prize to be awarded
writer of the best essay. The
begins at once and ends Dec.
1 students with the exception.
duates and members of the
ies staff are eligible to con-
winning essay is to appear in

but its style is restricted to the fa-
miliar type. The essays will be
judged by three essayists of ability
who have, as yet, not been named.
George H. Wahr is the donor of thej
$25 prize.
All of the manuscripts must be in
by Dec. 1 in order that the five best
may 'be sent to the judges who must
return them in time for publication
in the December issue.
We can't go to the Wisconsin Game
but will send a representative. Ar-
cade Barber Shop.-Adv.

Screen

T O DAY

Arcade- Marshall Neilan pres-
ents "Bob Hamilton of Plac-
er," with James Kirkwood,
Wesley Barry, and Marjorie
Daw.
Majestic-"The Princess of New
York," with David Powell.
Orpheum-Jack London's "The
Little Fool."

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year to local and out-of-town
subscribers. By writing The
Daily office or signing a sub-
scription card on the campus you
will be assured immediate de-
livery.
All Michigan Dailies should be
received regularly, in good con-
dition and on the porch before
seven-thirty in the morning.
Subscribers will confer a favor
on The Daily if they will report
any unsatisfactory delivery.

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The Century Market is prep
to give you the best of meats a
most reasonable prices

Give Us a Trial

CENTURY MARKET

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FRIDAY - SATURDAY
ZANE GREY'S
"The Man of the Forest"
Snub Pollard in " Late Lodgers "

213 N. MAIN STREET

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Garrick (Detroit)-Alice Delysia
with Lupino Lane in "Afgar."
Shubert (Detroit)-Jimmy Hus-
sey and his Century Revue.
BUSINESS TRYOUTS
Tryouts for the business side of
The Michigan Daily may apply
between 2 and 4 o'clock any aft-
ernoon this week. Men interest-
ed in advertising writing can be
used at once. First semester
freshmen are not eligible.

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FRIDAY - SATURDAY
JACK LONDON'S
"The Little Fool"
SUNDAY -TUESDAY
HOOT GIBSON
CLARA HORTON
FRANCIS FORD
--IN-
"ACTION

Do You Need Additon
Money for College Exper
We have openings for several students to repre
inAnn Arbor. The work is dignified and remun<
yet will not conflict with class work.
In addition to enabling students to make money'
defray college expenses, this is an opportunity to
perience that will be valuable in helping the suc
applicants decide their life work.
inWrite,us fully, in confidence, giving age, expe
in detail, course of study, and, if possible, enclose
card photo. If your application interests us a pe
interview will be arranged for.
I AMERICAN IRONING MACHINE CO1

Canoe Livery Plans for Late Closing
If the "chill braws" hold off a few
weeks longer the open season for can-
oeing will be extended. The local
canoe livery usually closes for
the winter on Oct. 15. If the weather
permits, the, closing date will be ex-
tended to Nov. 1.

Must Leave Library Lockers Open
Lockers in the Library must be left
open when not actually in use and
must be vacated every night, accord-
ing to a new ruling made by the Li-
brary. The ruling will take effect Sat-
urday, Oct. 1, when all lockers will
be opened irrespective of contents.

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r- MAJESTIC

Student Division

S tarting

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EATING the GA M
' GOLOWYN Picture.
oducing the First of the Gold-
Pictures, showing exclusively
lie Wuerth this year.

Prof. Whipple Will Address Teachers
Prof. Guy M. Whipple, of the School
of Education, left yesterday for Calu-
met, Mich., where he will be the main
speaker at a teacher's institute in that
city. He will talk on mental tests and
measurements, returning to the Uni-
versity on Monday of next week.

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The Beauty Picture De Luxe!
(Vliaz /sar casIZt biT
*Wa]Iace Reid Gloria Swanson*
* Elliott Dexter f ebe Daniels *
* Monte Blue Wanda Hawley *
*Theodore Roberts Agnes Ayres *
*Theodoee Kosloff Polly Moran
*Raymond Hatton Julia Faye

The Pictur
of the Se

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4AJESTIC

TODAY',
AND
TOMORROW

FAMOUS PLAYERS - LASKY
PRESENT
A DONALD CRISP PRODUCTION
The Princess
rT New York
with DAVID POWELL
The lure of wealth and beauty.
The struggle of honor and love.
Blended into a real heart story
of social follies and the "Upper
Ten's" fringe.
Filled with A tion, Thrills and Appeal
ADDED ATTRACTIONS '
A Fiivver Wedding - -
A Scream of Laughter
)X NEWS Late World Events >
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA - MATINEES AT 2:00-3:30. EVENINGS AT 7:00-9:00

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He couldn't resist a pretty face, and every day
he fell into a new adventure.
Thus he followed the lure of romance until-?
A real-life story pulsing with thrills and clad in
a thousand, beauties. Acted by the greatestacast
of noted players ever brought together on the
screen
SPECIAL, MUSICAL PROGRAM
TEN - PIECE ORCHESTRA
Because this is the costliest picture ever made
the nices will h eliehtly advanced

READ THIS -
Owing to the length of this prodi
and in order to take care of the ci
shows will be as follows:
SUNDAY SHOWS
1:00 -3:100--5:00 - 7:00 a
DAILY SHOWS
MAT'S 2:00- 4:00. - EvE. 7:00 -

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