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k il !1 Otersrfanti1i.iarappesiato iat Ce
hEi I ar a l folnwtclose uceeslo.
IE Students upon entering the tnive-
aty pay eacth year an assmet of
±.islf; s 1KY 'iNTEIt $dfor the support of alticat, an 's-
7, 1: 141 S 110L138 E Isesset which is nergdn the Uni-
11i ts verity fees, en that it i dobtul it
Sich .a Daily.: or athletic purpos. Wth ted-I
wL vitlrant me the spasetrel ssad es tatutinoamopaextd
-ko1 vtl apotthis untsold not be collected in the
ma lto0 ioytheItutp fal of 9018, and it would even seem
; be uwelce ned. a th stitugh the sectnd halt of the ac-
patrlotifiim 0, wll ak sesmet of te present year might e
t~olcfreturned tirce no rtuatniiasacmade
ti idrtion of theQOSri.,>-o
with tn close or ti fall of the unised halt for the scaoo of
Inter coliate tesc1816-1t7. ,This assesament i1 exendd!
ofth give% n tirfr, th;g r io ;for our owt need or to relieve the dh-
cc; an:end whi.ch anesil;h train in Europe would amount to no
T verkt ar d~,I y alessthan $5,tt0 for every thosaid
ot the ~~~studentsbd m tdnaIn the Ufniversity.
his~~~~ ~~~ ondo~ewihIci o not doubt that we shall awake
sit appeal toa all lyal ! toco the carying need of aving for th
ho, clarly und ertam, i thu le-purpoes of the war, bt I sin ome-
what pssimistic as ftthe ftiesof
iftl let nesyta o not otr asakeilg We aInhaed military
i, egct at ri V aot~Id e tciinafter ayea d ahal o
abx'ther ii ncagi>intmorzing,and becaeof thipo
theyr do not ititrfee"with s ratination we lost le chance of
t raiiittgr or seth other ecring one of the six aviation shools
osortatt Ports to wicn the provided y the Fderal gvenmtenti
a' ia not the timaeto give nit otwithstanding the fart that Mich-
, Which1 nceccza ry at all tgac leads te awovd in moto pro-
our k-ntal sod physical duction, bd the unique cair in ter-
ag, ar ionly so whent our oautcs to Amiercian uiiverstis, and1
tidc bodis ae loing tnder tc etedrat plans are oade antI car
r:in t meetithe inreaing cld out under the directiont of a di-
upoti0-theni oth President titigutishaec graduate of tis foilverit.
til Sec^retaryaker hare in We are obliged ti look on while Cr-
-t tenet roenle.ed the alo a itc, Ohio State atd Illinois uniecrsi-
ithlti rrg he sar. ties are carrying forward te work
heme i.n racio y p -ren which should rghty have ialen to ws,
reatesFt andicap in the way and would tarealfelean to us had as
;ng the teajr or the frces of adopted military tiainig without n-
ty, ilhlac t adequ{Iate tnecessary delay. We have now just
tton facittr, c otat not learned that the sne neglect is to
r ,, r i ;%e, t!r, o tebar our students froni the next tlha-
ourasea -bortki e tra ieut orer' camps provided by the IFederal
stanr.aiaportaitoia roblemk government, as it has already greatly
of '"all, wihore to FiderolingI reduced the numitere of students who
,artioularly liocomtiv,- and could e admitted to earlier caips.
lv, 'Iir o fnd oa torim Shall we not at oc follow Harvard,
Our governmdent bvaa asked ale and Princeton tai uspending in-
Senger tr'affic be Ketdowitsa ter-collegiat athletics for the period
posseible, and as a rit, itha ot this car?
tionced that tn sineof or Sge. W.L1O
krailroads. t or inre daily
lut b, gives up because coal ' " ax sar« a a sta a
ailable, And thia is only the
g. Th le annontincent is ure AT THE THEATERS
osed by other s of Ike :car-'
rd for a long time< the problem* YOU CAN G0 TO-
of traaspoctatfiiinks ikly to Stiarlo Grand Oera Cor-
Inrsoluble one e liars'c d- "Patt, iii"Cealeria tfusticana"
pauedou idutrecpat ll nd 'aglacci' at tie Garrck,
toy-"A tountry Bay.
iv-Wlliam S. tatniit*
a-- hirey Msoot In
he'ree Cflit Alo "Do"
Marguerite Cari
AlIso Vecor Moore
ga Fairbanke.in
We. oly' Also News
~ 5 MAJESTIC
maim wreked en-
ess comnunity is
angle play "ell's
W rS. art A

1 laleswe taco.
iton in has new

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coe o tt aid and quiets a dis-
tohtrsosrring during a 'church
cevc hsclergyman falls from the
dal of hi faith and is killed- in a
trslctrtbut Tracy finds 'the sis-
rfe an orlsher.
Snlo iof the U. S. A." Edgar
anta trs-ts a portrayal of the
ce'af _ssa the Majestic during the
bthaftsthe week, Marry Madi-
an sd cc Winchester will present
" esl N onsens;" the "Merry
I'oitr,:hl_ of the Sawdust Arena," give
hsolvl it of vaudeville; and the
l[ lineTriooffer dainty :novelties.
ior3te tater part of the week the
I)togrm " Paradise Valley," with
sat tar William B. Morria, Grace
Thtar5cttitu imol 1Ed. Crawford. The
choireu s i specially attractive, the
ictusir iis ex ,ecedingly clever, and the
ci eiisc background is perfect in every

has much to offer te chs public, Nt
only is it an adaptation of a good
story which has been popular in book
form, but in it appear two players
with whom the public is well ac-
quainted through their work on the
legitimate stage-Peggy ONeil and
Ralph Morgan. Peggy ONeil will be
remembered especially for her work In
"Peg 0' My Heart," while Ralph
Morgan's work, "Turn To The Right"
baa endeared him to the public. The
story is ef the human sort which ap-
peals 'to every one.
Rae Theatre
1rOAY-Doeuglas Fairbanks in
"WILD AND WOOLY:' Ask
these who have seen it. Extra
Muas and News Reels,
TOMIOEROW-1)lhury Pickford in
64HULI8A FROM HOLLAND."

ARCADE
BsIn-S-Peggy O'Neil in "The 'Penny
P'hilanthrapist." Sven Pacts.
Tue-i-Viola Dana is "The Girt Without
aSaul," and DrentsConmedy, "The
jeyo rece5,sdcnt."
Wed-y-Cc, tanioceTalmtadgt int"Scan-
dal," and Mttand JeffCarton,
-Thu-8-Dosothy P'hillipsini "A Doll's
Heese," ad ChrisiCoCmaedy.
5Fi--Hiitda Noa and Mitchell Lews
in"Thet Bar Siniiss," and Christite
Coedr. sPas.Sthows aita:0,
6:3o, and 8:3n.)
225 E. Liberty. Phone 13211
CGDD... FLOBAL ION'

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IFlow*
Plants
Ferns

Fo Baskets
Pls Corsages
Fr Decorations

AT THlE ARCADE
TePeitny Philanthropist," which
ic 5; rad sc has booked for tomorrow,

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ueith !Theatre...
trien: as Cents .
,7 Matineese- :30. Nightst:30i, 5, 9.30
leaei,yc 5,q --ndays-Cntiaanas
du: 1 argegte Clark i
e)-y" Also VictoreMoBee
1. ii -ice iBradr is "Betsy
<,"-" ., sCoedy.
' i-ioiian Martin in "Sunset-
- fati Ast "tHis Precieus Lif.w
S'idti o Godeichs in "A Daughtere.-
of ot islbricd" Also Seril, "Neglect-
- ed Wile" Na. an
Sn\ i2-gelyn Nesbit Thaw o usl n"eepin
AkpCm-y. Eve. 25c.
OrpheuamTheatre
- . peices :teecsless ntherswise specified
-Matinees xe so.aNiches 650. ,9;30
Saitr(Ic sSundays-Continuouns
NOVEMBE
eon-4-Shier1 . Mason in "Tht Apples
'Tee G;-i."'Also "Do Childretn
StcsiirMiles -Minter in "CharityE
Cavit0 Alma Matual Weehly and=
Teccat-r. ivcdgn in "ShlthWe Pee-
give.' !-o Comendy.
W" - e I--tict arhieeatin "Wooden
Save-'atiheTriangle Coedy. RNa
Tht:ir-'-', Desinond in "Plying Cet-
sTriange Coedy and ..

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Pricest :Eve, and ' A Y T T ,. ff7 WdEa.scC
ts lo. nats foJ-D JIISat. Mt., ho alSOperas ready

SUPERB GRAND OPERA EVENT
NEXT WEEK--Matinees Wednesday and Saturday

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100 ARTISTS, 20 FAMOUS STARS
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
BRILLIANT CHO.RU

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Note the beautiful repertoire:
Monday, ;CAVALLERIA & H PAGLIAC I; Tues-
dlay, LUCIA; Wednesday, Matinee, TALES OF HOFF-
man; Evening, AIDA; Thursday, FAUST;_ Friday, JEW-,
~ELS OF THE MADONNA, Saturday, Matinee, LA
TRAVIATA; Evening, IL TROVATORE.

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' ~ BUTTERFIELD'S BEST

THE BEST VAUDEVIL IS BUTTER FIELD'S-SEE THE BEST
s. P. M.
.SOL A M P m a t . - i
liAJESTIC Eve~w*d 4
THREE DAYS S'TARTS MONDAY NITS
Incolin o te U SA
A Play ot Rced, White, and Blue
Tak -en from an incident in the life of Abirahama Lincoln which
is historically correct havli g actually occured just
five days before the fatal evening of his death

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Ellis Nowlin &, Co.
Merry Monarchs of the Sawdust Arena
Johnson & Wells
"Watch the Quadrille"

Madison: & Winchester
Versatile Nonsense Novelty Act
De' Luxe Trio
Novel Entertainers

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ThreDas, starting wth Exra Matinee
THURSDAY, NOV. 8th, 3 O'CLOCK
THE NEW MUSICAL BIT
aradis Valle
V a a ieWith Wmn. B. Morris and Grace Thorntona, Mitchtgan Favorites
and 12 Little Angels
'HE SHOW BEAUTIFUL 20 - FUNMAKERS --20

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Smartest
BE and
BEClassiest of JBE
THERE AlfMusic~al HR
E~~tE ComedyTHR
ry Tabloids
OWING TO MICHIGAN-COINELL GAME
fa re rnngMaine,19:30, Saturday. Nov.10

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