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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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dlI UU I RlRIJb1 JdILLL
Y1EW6QMBE, POLLOCK, AND LA RUE
AWAY; RARER REPLACES
POLLOCK
Professor Oran Raber, a graduate
of Indiana University, is now acting
as an assistant professor in the Bot-
any Department. Professor Raber
took hs doctorate at Harvard and has
since taught at the Universiy of Wis-
consin. Professor Raber is teaching
the course in microbiology in place of
Prof. J. B. Pollock, who is in Hawaii
conducting research work. Doctor
Pollock has his headquarters at the
University of Hawaii. Professor Berg-
man, 'who substituted in Prof. Pol-
lock's place last year is back again .at
the University of Hawaii.

comes to the Arcade Theatre today
for a week's engagement.
Ene ies$ Of Wonen "Enemies of Women" relates a po-
tent story of the regeneration of a
_ ~ma yman and woman laid in the back-s
ground of Russian society life, priorC
to the war, shifting to Monte Carlo
and Paris and thence back to Russia
during the days of 1917, when theI
seeds of Bolshevism first bore fruit

te Carlo, and the love of a man and
a woman, there is the constant rumb-
ling of war cannon.
tf "plieiriu
j Richard Talmadge starring in
"Watch Him Step" is featured ot the
Orpheum today thru Tuesday. Wed-
nesday and Thursday the Orpheum
presents Ethel Grey Terry in "What
Wives Want," a comedy, "Jollywood,"
and screen snapshots. Herbert Raw-
linson in "Fools and Riches" and Ed-

na -Murphy in "Her Dangerous Path"
come Friday and Saturday.

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in that demoralized country. Amidst
the revels of Russian courtesans, the
tragedy of the gaming tables of Mon-

W1 ritney
De Wolf Hopper and his all star
Comic Opera Company will present
the humorus "Mikado" at the Whit-
ney Theatre Friday, October 12. The
company comes direct from a ten
wveek, engagement in Baltimore.

Start right. Get your M
book and bein prasting
football pictures in it.
l3oth can be had at

THTERS

Lyndon (Q Co.

719 E. Uilversit

Other new men in the Botpny de-
partment are Dr. William Seifriz and
'Mr. H. H. Clum. Dr. Seifriz took his
doctorate at Johns Hopkins. Last year Miriam Cooper and Kenneth Harlan
he held a post doctorate research fel- play the title roles of "The Girl Who
lowship at Yale. Doctor Seifriz is Came Back," featured at the Wuerth
participating in the work of Botany L today through Wednesday.
Mr. Clum is a graduate of Oberlin. TrChe story concerns an unsophisti-
The last four years he has taught and cated country girl, Sheila Weston,
,studied at Cornell. Mr. Clum is espe- whose unfortunate companionship in
cially experienced in teaching of ele- the city results in her acquaintance
imentary Botany and also has sections and marriage with Ray Underhill.
in Botany I. Scarcely is the service over when of-
Professor Emeritus Ndwcombe, the ficers arrive and arrest tlhe .couple 1
former head of the department, is as auto thieves. Ray pleads the girl's
visiting in Europe. Dr. Carl D. LaRue innocence but to no avail; both re-
is in South America for the year a! ceive prison sentences.
the head of-a party making investiga- A travesty on the African hunt
tions on rubber production for the pictures, "Roughest America" with
United States Government. Stan Laurel and Pathe News con-
elude the proiram.
UFOB Mkje"fe
SUBECT ANGNAVCD b n I
I Merry Go Round" with Mary Phil-1
HISTOY ISIY CNTISS1 jbin and Ntyrmnan Ier ry com~ies to theI
MaJesti Theatre today through
Thursday.
Announcement of the subject to be The sto y revolves about a merry-
used in the students' prize essay con- go-round in a Vienese park. The
test in Michigan history for 1923-1924 characters are mostly workers in the
was made recently. The subject rhos- various concessions in the park; a
en by Michigan organizations which villainous fellow who operates the
are sponsoring the contest is; "Ad- merry-go-round, a sideshow clown, !
ventures of the Pioneers." his. beautiful pathetic daughter and
The contest which has been held in her lover, and a hunchback who is
previous years is open to all students entrusted with the care of the menag-
of all schools in Michigan. It will be erie ape.
conducted jointly in each community "Between Showers" and a vaude-
by the superintendent of schools, the Ville feature conclude the program.
regent of the D. A. R. chapter, the -
president of the Women's club, and Areade
the secretary of the civic or business
ass'ciation, or by any one of them, Lionel Barrymore features in the
who may also judge the essays. ICosmopolitan picture, "Hnemies of
First and second prizes will be given I Women," picturized from Vincents
in two groups, to students in the Blasco Ibanez's war novel, which
grades and in the high schools. Prizes
will be chosen by the local commit-
tees in ?each community.
The rules of the contest, as given
out by th state committee in charge,
require that the essay be typewritten
and that it be not less than 500 words
Those essays which have taken Insure Your
places. in the community contests will
be sent to the Michigan Historical ! RIA L
Commission on or before April 30, 1JS IC f
1924, when they will be examined by
the state committee. Those selected INSTR UM ENTS
by the state committee will be publish-
ed by the commission.
Amricans Spoil 1

Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

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Thne New
Kare~ss
and
Fialicc
Toilet sets a n d many
pieces from "Wood
worth's Master Shop," are
now or% display at the
store long known as the
'Sure place to find what is
choice in Toilet items of

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All Nations'.

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The above mentioned
having been one of, if not,
the foremost in- its reach
toward the heart of the

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public.

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We will be pleased to
tell you more about them

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Opera Popularity.
In Buenos Aires'
Buenos Aires, Oct. 6-This city pos-
sesses one of the finest opera houses
In the world, . the , Colon. Of recent
years the attendance has decreased
steadily until today the management
Is confronted with serious financial
difficulties.
America attracts the best artists
with high salaries, and even in thel
summer time, it is alleged, famous
singers make much money from con-I
cert tours and wo'rking for phono-!
graph 'companies. Hence theyphaveI
no inclination to come to South Amer-
ica.

REASONAFBLE
RATES
LONDON
LLOYDS CO.
JOHN J. MORIATY, '24
1027 FERDON RD.
Phone 2123-J or 2587
g .a . - - - - - - - - -

G. Claude Drake's

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Th IDrug and Prescription
Store
STATE and N. UNIVERSITY
PHONE 08
"The Quarry"

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NEW ACADEMY OF DANCING
PURON STR ET-WEST OF STATE STREET
ilegginners' Class for Ladies and Gentlemnen Opens Tuesday, October 9th
Lnroll Now. (lasses T"ues~day and Thirsday EtvenIing4, 7-S P. M.
TUITOtN, .00 FOR TERM OF 12 L ESSONS
Private tessons by Appoininent

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We can't figure out why
anyone should force him-
self to eat cheap foods
when the finest obtain-
able are low-priced here

Assemblies

Wednesday, 8-10 p. m. -
Friday, 9-1 p. ii., - -
Saturday, 9-12 p. m. - -
SLATER BOOK SHOP

- 75c includ'ng Tax and Checking
- - - $1.25 including TaX and Checking
- - - $1.25 including Tax and Checking

TICKETS'AT
GOODYEAR DRUG STORE

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PHONE 788

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