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THE MICHIGAN DAILY-

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laluncilec;nfor 1Faculty
Ihcads

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The late Fall and early Winter Millinery calls for Velvet,
~ Y ~Satin and Metal 'Brocade Combination, Felt, Velour and-
Suiede, which are-now on display atw.
NoonPuyear & Hintz-
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STARTING SUNDAY MATINEE
LADANCE TICKET SALLE NOW SELLING FOR SUNDAY
Frank Lloyd's Picturization of
RAFAEL SABATINI,' The Modern Dumas

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President Marion L4 Burton will be) l
thie principle speaker at the ChambherE
Of Commerce luncheon to be held next
Tuesday noon in the club inn. This
will be the second annual "Univers ity
Day" to be held by the chamber and
anyone interested, whether a member d
of the organization or not, is invite)
to attend.
Shirley W. Smith, secretary of the
u~niversity, will act as chairman and
the following mnen will be present as
,guests of honor: Dean Jo11ii R. Effin
ger, of the literary college; Dean
llugh Cabot of the Medical school;
Diean Alfred H. Lloyd of the Graduate
school; Dean Henry M. Bates of the
La~iw school; Dean Allen S. Whitney 1
of the School of Education; Dean
Marcus L. Ward of the dental college;I
Dean George W. Patterson of the en-!
gineering school; Dean Edmund D ayJ
of the business administration school;q
Dean of students Joseph A..Bursleyj
Jean H-amilton, dean of women; Rus
sell W. Bunting, secretary of the den
fal college; Clifford C. !Glover, secre-
tary of the pharmacy school; RobertI
A. Campbell, treasurer of the Ujniver-II
csity; W. It, lHumphreys, assistant
dean of the literary college; and'John
Christensen, assistant sece tary and
purchasing agent of the University.
Last year more than 200 gaefstsJ
filled the Com merce inn on tho iz5"~
ersity Day occasion and it 'is ex-
l-,((ted that an even greater number
will take this advantage to hear the P ei et a d t eo e ag ane
with the University heads this year.
AYs accommodations are limited, re- j
servations should be made by calling
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Our Blusiness U rows Ever Larger

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Glorious ROWAANCL Such as Ann Arbor Has Never Seen Before

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What am I bid for this pearl from. Paradise 4ho
outshiines the rarest beauties of -thle richestlir
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4orror stricken, the young Englishi maid of gentle
reeding listened to the droning voice cof the :me-
toneer and the shrill e:amorous cries of the
Moslem bidders, scarcely realizing she actually
vas being sold s a slave in, a public wark et.

What Am I Bdid?

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Popular Prices Will Pril i
Same as "The Covered W1agon."

You Will Enjoy the
Fountain Room Beautiful

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BETSY ROSS SHOP

In, the Arcade

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Curwood Chooses
Michigan; Sends
Daughter Hr
'Occasionally prominent men arei
deaf to the advertisement ;broadcast-
ed- for eastern colleges,and trust
their daughlters to the environment,
suppuosedly sterner, of a university.
Carlotta Curwood, daughter of the re-
nowned James Oliver, has come to
M"ichigan. She defies the law of
he redity, and states that she has not
yet felt a burning desire to write,
thlough she has dlone a little with the
quill in a small way.
At Mlicigan Mliss Curwood will
pursue a course in dental hygiene in
preparation for social service work
af3ter graduation. Experience gained
ill this way may inspire to activity
in the literary art, she feels, and sug-
gosts that a lack on enthusiasm for
w riting in the past may have been
due to a la.ck of experience.
During the past sumumer her father,
the author of '"The Alaskan," and
other stories, 'journeyed through Can-
da collecting material for new books.
After a few weeks stay in Quebec, he
traveled dlown the' St. Lawrence and
, aguenay rivers, and with a start-
ing, paint at Chicoutemi, went on a
walking trip through the interior. A
letter from the Cardinal introducing
the authlor to priests at various out-
posts muade him welcome among the
'liahi tants' in French Canadian vil-
lages.
In the future, Mr. Curwood is to
chiange his policy of writing, says
Miss Curwood. In place of a more
popular type of novel, he will attempt
books of an historical nature which
will appear every two years instead
of twice annually. The niterial is to
be absolutely 'utlentic. A small
philosophical book, similar to "God's
Country," will be published soon.
lhese will be written at the new stu-
(hio, built after the style of the old
french and English castles, located
:1t the Curwood home in Owosso,
Michigan.,

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HELOCALE-The m'hracle of the "movies"
hringing an ever changing panorama of scenes
from foreign lands-glowing 'days and witch-
ink nights on the high seas, desert wastes and

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venrture, thrills, daring dleeds to set the blood
atinglet. And here the magic brings with vivid
realtj 1sni trrln- days whren pirates bold hrarried
sliores and set tled slIp s r n tho Spanish ini
as you will see In
"THE SEA, HAWK"
-With-
MlILTON SILLS as "SAKR.EL-BAHIR"
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S7pradlling, Purdue's three pport starI
is, slowly recovering from his illness
contracted this. summer Ilie has giv-
Ofl mp hope of making the football
team this fall, but it is hoped that he
w ill be able to compete 'in his other
, wo specialties, basketball andI track,
later in the year.
Lafayette, Ind., Oct. 10. - George
7-0 victory coyer Purdue uinder their
s-nnd tickets for the Michigan-Ohio
state game, which is the 1924 homie-
(-;;ming attraction, have been sold at
this early date and 13,00 smore have
keen requested by the University of
2.l ichigan.

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W, ALLAC E BEERY and 3,000 others I
Something Nevrer to be Forgotten
With its wonder cast of stars, its thou- glimpses of the Orient, and its smart- N
sands of fighting muon, its great-gunned in ago l can tpoie e
galeon, is trilingseafigtsitsfreshing breeze of something.. new and
gallons itsthrllin se figtsitsunusual.
IDirect from a Record Breking New 'York Rung'l The galley slave ,
atl $UW~ Prices and Now Playing Its Third dashes for liberty,}
Wec in IDetroit.
l- SEE IT SUNDAY r
MATINEE
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LAST TIMES TODAY

BEBE
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And
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ABSENTEE VOTERS

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"tUnguarded Women"

Students who are going to be
away from home on election day
IandI want to vote by mail are
asked to see the announcement
of the Republican club of the
University. IR makes no differ-
ence what state you are from.
the club's information bureau
Iwill be able to tell you

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"TRAFFIC
JAMS"-
A Century Comedy
KINOGRAMS

Stage
Lloyd Garrett
Phenominal Tenor
Formerly. With

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