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THE ICH I C H I&AN DAT-LY -DO

U11IULI8 U1 HIIUIIUM11
NER PLATES SOLD
munds For Plates Have Exceeded
Expectations Of Alumni
Association By Far
tWMISE EARLY DELIVERY
eventy-five of the 100 numbered
s of University of Michigan din-
r plates have already. been
ight and paid for before the
I of the second week since the
ginal announcement of the cre-
on of the plates. About 85 of
e unnumbered sets have also
m' sold thus far, making a total
160 of the first shipment- of 500
s already purchased.
Demands for these unique plates-
ve far exceeded expectations of
e Alumni association which is
ansoring the project, according
T. Hawley Tapping, Field Sec-
ary of the association. Harvard.
ring the first two weeks that its
,tes were on sale two years 'ago,
d only 25 sets and yet at the
d of the sales campaign more
an 5,000 s et.had been distrib-
ed among Harvard alumni and
ends. Comparing sales figures,
chigan is far ahead of Harvard
eady and if orders continue to
ive at the Alumni offices by air-
ti, telegraph, and long-distance
.ephone as they have thus- far,
are will be many disappointed
chigan alumni and students Who
cause they did not order imme-,
tely, will have to wait until the
ond shipment arrives.
Con- PA P tinuous
1:30 9:00
Your Last Chance to See
"The Big Parade".
Don't Miiss It.

Hatfield To Present
Campbell Memorial
Lecture On Industry
The Campbell Memorial lecture
will. be given tonight at 8 o'clockI
in 1042 East Engineering buildingi
by Dr. W. H. Hatfield, who is asso-
ciated with the Browfi-Firth Re-i
search laboratories -of Sheffield.
England. The E. D. Campbell Mem-
orial lecture was founded two years
ago by the American Society for
Steel Treatin~g in memory of the,
late E. D. Campbell, formerly di-
rector of the chemical laborator-
ies of the University a few years
ago. "The Application of Science!
to the Steel Industry" will be the
subject of the lecture. Dr. Hat-
field will also deliver a lecture at
4 o'clock in the same room' on the
subject "Rust and Acid-Resisting
Steels."
These two lectures are given un-
der the joint auspices of the Uni-
versity and the Detroit Chapter of
the American Society for Steel'
Treating. Dr. Hatfield is interest-
edsin stainless steel and steel that
resists corrosionr at high tempera-
tures. He is delivering a series of
21 lectures in the United States.
A well known book of his, accord-
ing to Prof. W. P. Wood, of the
metallurgical engineering depart-
ment, is "Cast-Iron in the Light
of Research."

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Yesterday Revealed to Many
Students How Delightfully
Refres
CHOCOLATE DRINKS CAN
BE MADE
7'Flavors
blended into 37 dishes.
rney's own Ice Cream
Shipped Daily from Grand Rapids

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Today Only
"SOUL'S AFLAME"
= A gripping story of the Ozark
. Mountains.
COMEDY NEWS
I ~ Matinees Evenings
10c, 20c 10c, 20c, 30c -
Saturday Only
GEORGE BANCROFT
A "THDE DRAG NETs"
A mighty drama of the under-
c orld.
Saturday
GEORGE BANCROFT
IN
"THE DRAG NET"
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THE COST CORNER

by Candle iighL

FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL

10 p. m. to 1:030 a. in.
Dancing-OrthoponiC

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The Art of the Films
LAST TIMES TODAY

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The Sensational Pulitzer P-0ze Pay!

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Detroit Theaters
CASS THEATRE
Prices:-Nights $1 to $3.85; Wed.
Mat. $1 to $2; Sat. Mat. $1-$2.50
Philip Godman Presents
ETON & SHAW
THE ,5 O'CLOCK GIRL

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When the police questioned
her reg'arding the where-
abou's of her husband on a
certain night when murder
was done, she deliberately
Hed to sercen herself more
than him-yet he loved
her uniiU-

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Continuous Showing
1:30 p. m. to 9 p. m.

SHUBERT
LAFAYETTE
Week Beginning Sun., Oct. 21
LEW CANTOR Offers
The Skull
Eves. 50c to $2.50--Thurs. Mat.
50c to $1-Sun. Mat. 50c to $1.50

Children 10c

Adults 25

Policy :
2:00
3:35
35c
lOc
7:00
8:40
5c
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New York Theatre

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PRESENTS.

The Doctor's Dilemma.. Wed. Eve., Nov. 14
The Second Man.... Mon. Eve., Nov. 19
Ned McCobb's Daughter Wed. Eve., Nov. 28,
John Ferguson . . ... ... Mon. Eve., Dec. 3

Auspices:

Michigan Theatre League

521 E. Jefferson St.

Box Office, Print and Book Shop
Season Tickets-$12, $10, $8, $6

Mail Bandits!

Marines !
Adventure

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Read the Classified Ads
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Smies ...Laughs ...joy
with
MARY ASTOR
LLOYD Hu-GHES
LOUISE FAZENDA
h p
3A r~flational'
icture
Beautiful Mary Astor and Handsome
Lloyd Hughes in a comedy-drama of
a Princess who wanted to be just
another girl and a lot of homre town
relatives who wouldn't let her!
Other On the Stage-
Splendid The World Famous
Features COLLEANOS
in "Doing a Little of Everything Excellently"
7-GREAT ARTISTSS-7
Comning Sunday-

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MICH.-OHIO FOOTBALL
Also Indiana-Illinois, Notre Dame-Georgia
harvard Football Pictures

And in Our Laugh Section
"TAXI SCANDAL"-"PARAMOUNT NEWS"
Musical Synopsis
MAJESTIC STRING ENSEMBLE

A WILLIAM C.deMLLE PtODUCTON......
_________Appointments _ ---.

Cosmopolitan Opening Saturday
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS

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PICTURES.
Tech, Army and

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IRENE i iAD N 1

Oh,
Lady!

THROW OUT THE LAUGH
PRESERVERS! She's only
a sailor's sweetheart but-
which sailor? A big scram-
ble for Clara when "The
Fleet's In!" The sweet-
heart of the screen with
the sailors on the scene
captures the whole bloom-
in' Navy and a lot more in
"The Fleet's In!"

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Real Adventure!

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Just a few men-a few fighting Marines
pitted against the desperate tactics of a,
gang of relentless bandits. Fighting to the
last gasp among the torn rennants of their
dynamited train.

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