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*nAY,. -SPTEMBER 24, .1920'

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TWO THEATERS HAVE
NEW SOUND SYSTEM
Inaugurating a new era in cam-
pus entertainment, both the Michi-
gan theater and the older Majestic,
once the beauty spot of Ann Ar-
bbr's show business, have been
equipped for "talking movies." The
:Michigan theater is now using the
Western Electric sound system
which utilizes the Vitaphone and
Movietone talking pictures. More
than $78,000 worth of equipment
has been installed in the Michi-
gan alone this past summer.
.Although the theater, under the
.management of Gerald Hoag, has
been running a straight sound pro-
gram all during the summer
mlonths, stage presentations se-
cured through Radio Keith Or-
pjheum affiliations have recently
been added to the programs pre-
sented by the Butterfield Thea-"
ters. Something new for the
patrons of the Michigan is the per-
manent placing of a syncopating
house orchestra to be known as the
Michigan Melodists. This group
will be so organized that they may
work either on the stage or in the
pit, as the occasion demands or
warrants.
The stage equipment has been
augmented by the addition of.
n6iseless motor-driven properties
whiich aid in setting the stage while1
the talking pictures are on the
screen. The dressing rooms have
been separated from the stage by
sound-proof walls which will pre-
vent disturbances from that sec-
tion. Several electrical effects and
spin spots" have been purchased
for the stage to be used in effect-
ing high-lights on the stage drap-
eies during presentations.

British Air Speed King Carried AshoreI
By Admirers After Setting New Record1
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Squadron leader Augustus H. Orlebar was carried to shore by ad-
miring friends after bettering the Schneider Cup air speed record by
hitting a 355.8 miles an hour clip through the skies at Cowes, England.
he record breaking plane with its very noticeable streamljne design is
shown in the background.
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ROOMING BUREAUI
ITO BE IN UNION
FRESHMAN WEEK
During the present week the
Rooming Bureau, a division of the
office of the Dean of Students, will;
be located at the Union as an added
convenience to entering Freshmen
who are confronted with the prob-
lem of finding a place to live which
will comply with the regulations
set forth to govern the rooming
situation in Ann Arbor, according.
to an announcement made by the
officials of the bureau.
It is imperative, according to the
rules, that Freshman live in houses
inspected and approved by -the
University, and the students living
in such houses are urged by 4the
bureau to sign the rooming agree-
ment authorized by the University.

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West Virginia Tries
Freshman Week Plan
>Freshman Week made its advent
at West Virgiania this fall in the
form of a four day period, includ-
ing Sunday, devoted exclusively to
the orientation of first year men

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II LANE HALL TAVERN

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The Choicest of Wholesome Foods

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and women. The plan has been
advocated in annual reports Co the
President since 1923 by Dean of I
Men, Harry E. Stone.

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Student guides assisted the fac-
ulty members in carrying out the
schedule of activities which were
of an educaional and social na-
ture. Each guide was furnished
with a list of approved rooming
houses for freshmen, and in this
way they were able to help solve
the housing problem.

MrS. Anna KaimbaC
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$198 Special

Gooseneck Student
Colors: Green and

Lamps
Brown

Ohertypes of desk lams

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Students Welcome
Engineer's and Architects Materials
Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Notebooks
Typewriting and Pound Papers
Stationery, Leather Goods
College Pennants and Jewelry
A GENERAL LINE OF SUPPLIES FOR
ALL STUDENTS
at the
STUD'NT SUPP*LY STORE
1111 South University
One-Half Block from the Compus

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$2.25 and up

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We extend to you a most
hearty welcome and may we
give you cheer and happiness
with flowers.

We wish to
Announce that our
Circulating Library
Has been enlarged and
offers the Best Recent
Books.
Also see our New and
Complete Stock of
PLACE CARDS,
TALLIES, FAVORS and
DECORATIONS for
Parties
GIFTS and NOVELTIES
Art and Gift Shop

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Electric
Ernst Shop

ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO.
155 East Liberty Street
THE FLOWER SHOP
State and Liberty

210 South Fourth

Telephone 7776

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