100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 20, 1917 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1917-10-20

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


. ..

r
IIIN

;finality
ractive-,
of Lines

full of winning

are

the fea-

of our

adium
othes

urself in these

You will

1 prove to your-
that these state-

ts are facts.

ADDIIONL SPRTSLOCAL DRFT SCANDAL
l101TONAL SPOR T ictBl
TENNIS PROSPECTS UN IGAION
GOOD THIS SEASON WITNESSES TESTIFY BEFORE
JUDGE W. F. DOTY
Hamer and Egbert, Last Year's Stars, YESTERDAY
In Fold; Steketee Showing Fine
Forh on Courts Three witnesses appeared yesterday
before Judge W. F. Doty investigating
Prospects for a winning tennis team the rumor that one member of the
this year are exceptionally bright, local draft board received a bribe of
With Hamer and Egbert, runners up $600 for illegally exempting a man
in the finals in 1916 back in the fold, from national army service.
and Steketee, Bartz, Harrison and The investigation is being carried
Shields wielding the racquet in great on in secret, and Prosecuting Attorney
fashion, Michigan will be well repre- Lehman is conducting the examination
sented in tennis circles, even should of witnesses.
there be no novice present himself to A prominent woman will be
the utter humiliation of the "gang," as called to answer questions of the
has been the custom in past years. investigators tomorrow. She is be-
Hamer, Egbert, and Steketee are lieved to be in possession of facts
well known on the court here, all which will further the probe.
having taken part in tournaments pre- "I believe that the charges against
viously. Enthusiasts will remember one member of our board are false,"
that in year before last's tournament declared County Clerk Smith, Thurs-
Hamer had tucked the first set in the day.
finals with Codd snugly under his It is said that members of the Uni-
arm and had towed away five games in versity faculty may be called before
the second set, only to slow up and the jury.
lose the match. In the semi-finals of No information will be given out,
the same tournament, Egbert, after a according to Prosecuting Attorney
hard and close scrap with Hamer was Lehman, until all the testimony has
forced to fall before the swift attack been taken.
of the little Californian. These two The men on the draft board are:
men, no doubt, will be on the squad Sheriff Lindenschmidt, Dr. R. G. Mac-
next spring and will, with the abund- Kenzie, Dr. Louis Rominger, Deputy
ance of other material, develop into as Sheriff William Esslinger and Edwin
good a team as has been seen on the Smith, .county clerk . -
courts here for several years.
But wht of the tournament now be- t vie":s T ev
in played? Toohearly for predictions? Service Is N eA
Yes, very much 'so, but we'll make arr
prediction soon on the finals and ilitary Organ
semifinals. Watch for them!
Alms to Be of Value and Assistance
PRINCETON CREWS TRAIN Ato Michigan Soldiers and
DAILY FOR FALL REGATTA Civilians
With nine to 10 crews out every Lansing, Oct. 19.-With two ex-'
afternoon, the coming crew season newspaper men as secretary and as-'
at Princeton will be as favorable as in nistant secretary of the Michigan war'
the past and the outlook for a regatta preparedness board, it was to be as-
this fall is bright. Several of last sumed that sooner or later they would'
year's experienced men have not-re- have their finger in a publication pie
turned but the varsity material is now of some sort.
rounding up in good shape. The Col.*Roy C. Vandercook and Major
sophomores have an advantage in the M. J. Phillips have sent to press the
number of experienced men back. The first number of Service, which, accord-
junior and senior classes have several ing to its leading editorial, "will en-
of their old crew as a formidable deavor to be of value and assistance
nucleus to begin with. to-all citizens of Michigan, whether in
Numerous prizes, numerals and in- uniform or doing their share in other
dividual prizes will be awarded to the capacities."
members of the winning crews. Two Articles on Michigan's permanent
special prizes, the Carnegie cup and forces, Michigan state troops, improve-
the William Morton Clair Dagget, ments of Grayling camp grounds,
memory cup, will be presented to the county councils of defense and in-
class winning in the eis and the formation on the war board's arrange-
fours, respectively. ments for caring for the state's sick
and wounded and the relief of the de-
CAMP CUSTER AND LAKE BLUFF pendents of those in service will be
ELEVENS TO PLAY IN DETROIT featured. Other articles will deal with
work of the food preparedness com-
Battle Creek, Mich., *Oct. 19.-Ar- mittee, the work of women aiding mili-
rangements for a football game at De- tary organizations, the national army,
troit between the all-star eleven from reserve equipment for soldiers, road
Camp Custer near here and the team building and other matters of state in-
from the naval training station at terest.
Lake Bluff, Ill., were completed to
night. GOVERNMENT TO TAX DETROIT
The game will be played this after- UNITED RAILWAY'S TICKETS
noon on the field at the Detroit Amer-
ican league baseball club. President Patrons of the Detroit United rail-
Frank Navin of the ball club has do- ways who have occasion to travel be-
naked the use of Navin field. yond the 35 cent distance limit will be
Tenor Soloist wanted for church compelled to pay an additional fee of
eight per cent on and after Nov. 1.
-- position. Call 312 S. Division, i'hone Three per cent will be required on all
212-J;-Adv. freight charges.
Government provisions declare that
I E K these taxes must be assumed by the
TW EEK person receiving service of the rail-

P O1T. ' Iway, and that the transportation com-
O L i pany shall act, only as agent in the
collection of them. Like conditions
have been placed upon "rail or water
or any mechanical form of motor pow-
r W h i n er in competition with carriers by rail
C Vi y ~'Jor water."
soelate Players These taxes will be collected either
at the waiting rooms or by the con-
ductors. Persons stocking up with
Ever at These PrICeS'tickets before Nov. 1 will gain no ad-
vantage, as the government has taken
IN T H E special measures to protect itself
- " ' £ against violation of the law in this.
manner.
MASTER CROOK PLAY
WASHTENAW POST DEPRIVED OF
Tharilling Compelling SECOND-CLASS MAILING RIGHTS
TO PRISON FOR 3 YEARS The Washtenaw Post'is to be issued
WHAT WOVLD YOU DO? next week as third class mailing %at
ter pending the decision of the post-
master-general on the application for
Giri of the Golden West" a new second-class permit.
Second-class privileges were taken
r'ice she Paid away from the Washtenaw Post be-
-let __ _ __ cause of the alleged seditious and tn-
patriotic utterances of its editor,. Eu-'
iUNG WITH SURPRISES gene Helber.
OwnS Corling Comedy A deposit of $21 or the rate of one
cent per copy has been made-at the
local postoffice for third class mailing
____y-s_______________________y privileges to which the Post 'is still
entitled. In case of a favorable de-
atinees cision by the department at Washing-
1000 Seats 10c ton the difference between the sec-
ond and third class will be refunded to
the publisher . . .

You can get those Neolti
put on. at Paul's Place. 611
Liam while you wait.-Adv.

AT THE THEATE
YOU CAN GO TO--
"Nothing But the Truth,"
Garrick.
TODAY
Whitney-"Flora Belle."
Majestic-Vaudeville.

* *
RS
*
*
at the *
*
«
-
*

men are now offered in all other rat-
ing. There are also openings for men
with mechanical, training and educa-
tion who wish to train for commission
in the naval reserve flying corps.
KatieKnits Kute
Kaps Kunningly
Making of Sweaters Occupies Time of
Michigan's Fair Girl Stu-
dents

DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN TRIANGLE

a } t t THE ti:

Orpheum- M. Fisher in "Lit-
tle GirlsnWho Wouldn't Grow."
Also Mutual Travels and Comedy.

Wuerth-A. N. Pinero in "Iris."
Also Serial "Neglected Wife," No.
seven.
Rae - Dorothy Dalton in the
"Bark Road." Also Triangle Com-
edy, "Innocent Sinners." Rae.
News.

*
.
*
*
.
s

.50

Hendrix & Belle Isle
"The Schoolmaster"
A Rolt of Fun and Laughter
JOHN & WINNIE
KENNINGS
In "The Kill Kare Kouple"
MORRIS & BEASLEY
In "Their Own Idea of Fun"
CLARK & CHAPELLE
In
"The Sales-Lady & the Porter"
FOLEY & MASSINO
In a Unique Novelty
NOTICE: NO MATINEE SATURDAY
Please reserve your seats for night noWg
SUNDAY
Douglas Fairbanks in
"THE LAMB"

&.1

I

AT THE MAJESTIC, SUNDAY- ONLY
If you like a real fight, such as Douglas Fairbanks had with the Yaqui
Indians in the filming of "The Lamb," you should see the picture at the
Majestic, Sunday. Fairbanks says it's the liveliest scrimmage he has ever
took part in on any studio lot. In an attack by the Indians he was forced
to use his machine gun to quell their fighting ardor.

$20
$25

Dancing wax -in any sized packages.
C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.
ARCADE
Sat-o-Evart Overton in "Soldiers of
Chance," and Comedy, "The Spring
Idyl."
Mon-22-Emily Stevens in "The Slack-
er." 8 Parts.
Tues 23-lla Hall in "The Little Or-
phan," and Charlie Chaplin in "The
Champion" (New print).
Wed-24-Alice Joyce in "Richard the
Brazen," and Comedy.
HATTERS TO COLLEGE MEN
We make and retail hats. Make Fats-to-
Order and do all kinds of hat work such as
reblocking, new bands. etc. We also sell and
reblock Army Hats.
Hats shaped to fit the head free of charge
when bought of us.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta.
Cor. State and Packard.
THE RIGHT'PLACE TO BUY A HAT
Telephone 1792
MAJ ESTIC
EVE. 7:30-9. 20., 25a 800
MAT. S P.M. 1 Oc, and 80o
THIURS., FRI. AND SAT.

day

* Arcade-"Soldiers of Chance." .
'0* ** s **s***s* 0 *,

622.50

AT THE WHITNEY

m !

"Flora Bella," the Casino theater,
New York, musical triumph of the
present season, will be the attraction
at the Whitney tonight, with a cast
of 50 people. The producer of this
fascinating offering, which recently
completed a six months' run in New
York will present this magnificent
production here with an unusual cast
of artists. The chorus also has re-
ceived the attention of careful selec-
tion.

Some of the girls on this campus
will be getting "Crosseyeditis," if they
don't watch out. It's no uncommon
thing to go to a lecture or class and
see several young maidens, demurely
knitting, with one eye on the profess-
or, and one eye carefully guiding the
needle on that sweater for Romeo.
Several young, women have filled
onlookers' with mingled feelings of
amazement, envy, and wonder. by do-
ing their library reading and knittig
at the same time with a judicious
division of eyesight.
At football 'games, on hikes, be-
tween meals and courses, the click of
needles continues, and even when en-
tertaining their beaus in the parlor,
they knit industriously. Its gotten so
bad, that one sweet young miss elec-
trified her caller by asking him to
substitute a box of yarn for the usual
box of candy.
Girls' Glee Club Will Hold Tryouts
The second Girls' Glee club tryout
will be held at 5 o'clock Monday eve-
ning in Miss Hunt's studio at the
School of Music. All except first year
girls may try.
Get her a big yellow "mum" before
the, game at the Arcade Floral Sbop.
Prices: 40c, 2 for 75c.-Adv.
Pap-Mat.Wd. Wk. Oct.15
Best Seats $1 CARR IjE Nights
Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
25c to $1.50 DETROIT
WILLIAM COOLIER I°
"NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH'
By JAMEs MONTGOMERY

WuerthTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: 15 Cents
Matinees 2, 3:30. Night6:3o, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Sat.-2o-A. N. Pinero' in "Iris." Aso
Serial, "Neglected Wife," No. 7.
SunMon-2 i-22-lsie Ferguson in "Bar-
bary Sheep." Aso Homes Travels
and Victor Moore Comedy.
Tues-Wed-23=24-AllkStar in "Rasputin
the Black Monk." Also O'Henry
Story.
Thur-Pri-25-26-Geo. Beban in "Lost in
Transit." Also Keystone Comedy.
Sat-27-Jackie Saunders in "Betty Be
Good." Also Serial, "Neglected
Wife," No. 8.
OrpheumTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER'
Prices: zoc unless otherwise specified
Matinees 2. 3:3a. Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Sat-20-M. Fisher in "Little. Girls 'Who
Wouldn't Grow." Also Mutual Trav-
els and Comedy.
Sun.2 i-Jack Gardner in "Men of the
Desert." Also "Do Children Count?"
Evening xsc.
Mon 2 z-Edna Goodrich in "Rtputa-
tion."' Also Serial, "Lost Express,"
N o. 3'
Tues-23-Charles Ray in "The Clodhap
ger." Also Triangle Comedy (Re.
booked). Evening 15c"
Wed-24-Miss Clark in "Miss Geo.
Washington." Also Victor Moore
Coned (Rebooked). Evening isc.
.Thur-a5-Lorth* Dalton in "Then of
Diamonds." Also Triangle Comedy
and Ford.

I

F. W. Gross
309 So. Main Street
Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.

AT THE MAJESTIC

(htnE

"Happy"
And Ass
SUN. First Time
MON. WITH]
TOES.
THE
WED IIntense
IF YOU WERE SENT
AND INNOCENT,1
THURS. Another «I
FRI, e Pi
. A TEE;

Lightness and laughter feature the
bill at the Majestic theater for the sec-
ond half of the week. From "The
Schoolmaster" a country school act in
which Patsy, the class fool, furnished
great amusement, to "The Kill Kare
Couple" in which long-legged John
Hennings brought down the house
with his contortions and stories, the
laughter was continuous. e
Jessie Morris and Jack Beasley in
"Their Own Idea of Fun" frequently
found that it accorded with the audi-
ence's idea of the same thing. Billy
Clark and Ethel Chapelle in "The
Sales-lady and the Porter" and Foley
and Massimo in a strong man" act
complete the program.
NAVY OPENS SECOND DRWE
FOR TELEGRAPH OPERATORS

WHITNEY THEATRE
-TOONiIGHT
QUEEN OF THE SEASONS MUSICAL SHOWS

The New York Casino Theatre Bi

The United States navy has opened
is second campaign for men in Michi-
gan.
Men are especially needed in the
wireless telegraph branch. Telegraph
operators who can receive 35 words a
minute, and who can use a typewriter,
will be accepted as radio electricians,
first class, with pay of $61 a month,
food, quarters and medical attention
included, although they have never
had experience with wireless. Those
who have had experience with wire-
less will be rated according to their
experience and ability, while men who
have had no experience, but who have
had a fair education wi~l be accepted
in the lowest rating and sent. to gov-
ernment schools to learn radio work.
Excellent opportunities for advance-

111

A

p
I

IV

I

Handsome G

50-PEOPLE--Entire New York Produ
Excellent Cast DANCIN .Art
Music by CHAS. SCHWARZWA.D Boob by COSMO HAMILT
Lyrios by CARL RANDALL Staged by RICHARD ORDINI
20-Delightfully Distinctive Musical
Really the Best girl and Music Show the Casino ever Pr
Prices: 50-75-$1OO-$1.50 Boxes $
-SEATS NOW ON SALE-

ption Matinee Wedw
PRICES EVE

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan