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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1917

SIL OF THREE
E FROM DIAT

UABLE COLLECTION NUM.
LING 300 SPECIMENS
TO MUSEUM
undred specimens of fossil
ns of the Alilgocene and
s periods have been added
seum through the work of
C. Case and Preparateur
Ln the Bad Lands region of
kota this summer. The col-

Professor Case and Preparateur
Buettner left Ann Arbor on July 1
and went to Scenic, South Dakota,
where they spent six weeks in the
vicinity of the Indian Creek Bad
Lands. Nearly a ton of fossils were
acquired from the cliffs and river beds
of that section of the country,
The prize of the collection is a'
Titanothereum, four feet in length. In
addition many fined specimens of the
three-toed horse, saber tooth tiger,
primitive pigs, dogs, cats and turtles
were discovered. Most of them are
at present being mounted in the Nat-
ural Science building.

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AT THETHEATERS
YOU CAN GO TO-
"Odds and Ends of 1917," at the
Garrick.
"Miss Springtime," at the Whit-'
ney, Monday, Oct. 8.
TODAY
Vaudeville, at the Majestic.
Orpheuin - Wmn. Desmond in
"Master of His Home." Also Tri-
angle comedy.
Rae-Harold Lockwood in "The'
Haunted Pajamas." Also fifth in-
stallment of "Patria."

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INSTALL TAXI PHONES FOR
USE OF STRANDED STUDENTS
For the convenience of taxi drivers
and students, the Ann Arbor Taxi
company has installed a special
switchboard and telephone system
with four telephones located at dif-
ferent points of the city which may
be used to call a taxi when none are
in sight.
The phones, which are connected di-
rect, may be found in boxes attached
to telephone poles, ready for use at
all times of the day and night. The
four phones are stationed one at each
of the two depots, the Michigan Cen-
tral and the Ann Arbor, one at the
University hospital, and the fourth at
the corner of Church street and South
University avenue.
Waiters' and Laboratory aprons and
coats. Cushing's Pharmacy.-Adv.
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Laboratory coats and Shop outfits.
Wagner & Co., State St at Liberty.
-Adv.

one of the most complete in I Laboratory coats, aprons and sup-
e west. plies at Wahr's University Bookstore.
VNIVERSITY
TEXTXBOBS
NEW AND SECOND BAND
DRAWING INSTRVMENTS
SVPPLIEB OF ALL 1INDS
e 4a ter Book So hop
as 430 536 S. States St.

Wuerth-Mme. Petrova in
Law of the Land." Also
stone comedy.

"The
Key-

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AT THE MAJESTIC

THEY THEATRE

PRICES: 5042
Manugement
M. R. WILLIAMS

cmT MONDAY, OCTOBER 8
The Greatest Musical Show in America
mes Here DirectlyFollowing Its AlI-Season Runs in Boston and New
ra, Where It adeOer 1,000,000 People Realize the Joy of Livng.
Klaw& Erlanger's Supreme Musical Comedy Triumph

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By KALMAN, BOLTON and WODEHOUSE

The bill for the latter part of this
week at the Majestic promises to be a
live one, with Billy and Edith Adams
and the Belle sisters in the "1917 Win-
ter Garden Revue," and enchanting
whirl of song and dance which comes
from the Chicago Winter Garden.
You haven't experienced real joy
until you take your chance at letting
this entrancing bevy of artful femin-
ism have an hour or two of your valu-
able time to show you fun which will
steal all sorrow from your mind and
dances which will make you forget
your rheumatism.
But the ladies are not the only at-
tractions offered. Cooperand Robin-
son in "A Friend of Mine" will win
your enthusiasm. Rome and Wager
will be able to give you pointers for
some time to come, in their line of
smart songs and sayings. Orr and
Hager in a courtship song will lend
valuable support to any who may be
contemplating a like undertaking, and
Dan Ahearn in "The Boy from Your
Neighborhgod" does not by any means
belittle the high standard of the pro-
gram.
The Kemfp Music Studio: Piano,
prgan, Voice Culture. 312 S. Division
St. Phone 212-J.-Adv.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.

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'17 Winter Garden Revue
With Billy and Edith Adams and the Belle Sisters,>and Famous Wintergerdenettes
A Whirl of Song and Dance iron the Chicago Wintergarden
GIRLS GALORE!

LOOK, BOYS!

Lots of Fun L
Cooper & Robinson
In "A Friend of Mine"
Orr & Hager
In "A Courtship in Song

ot with Enthralling
and Beauty Melodies

Rollicking
Fu

Wonderfully
Scened

PORTRAYED BY

McIntyre Z*e Barnett
ou Brockbank Hattie Burks
sher Mae Hennessy
)e Haven George Fox
AND 70 OTHERS-ALSO SPECIAL
sale Friday, Oct. 5.

Oeo. Leon Moore
Frank Deane
Alice Gaillard
W. F. Nun
ORCHESTRA OF 16
Mail Orders Now

Matinees
Nights_

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RE-FESTIVAL

CONCERTS

OT. I- -

Galli-Curci

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"The Woman with the Won-
der Voice" with
FLUTIST and PIANIST

NOV. 9
Eugene Ysaye
"The Master Violinist of the
World"
A Belgian who for three de-
cades has stood at the pinnacle
of Violinistic fame.

DEO. 10
Ethel Leginska
"The Paderewski of Women
Pianists"w
"An exponent of perfect pian-
istic ar" .

JAN. 16
New York Sym-
phony Orchestra
Walter Damrosch, Conductor
Nearly 100 Men
"One of America's foremost
Orchestras"

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Now is the time to order

Tickets by Mail

Mail Orders will be Filled in Advance in order of receipt as near as possible to location designated

Patrons' Tickets

Block "A"
$4.00 Each-

Block "B"
$350 Each

$6.00 Each

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These are selected first and en-
title holder to reserve same seat for
the May Festival and for succeed-
ing courses.

This block includes all seats (ex-
cept patrons) on the Main floor and
the first six rows of first balcony.

This block includes all seats in
last nine rows of first balcony and
first six rows of second balcony.

This

All Course Tickets contain $3.00 "Cover Coupon" when Exchanged for Course May Festival Ticket
Course tickets not sold by mail orders may be purchased at Box Office, Hill Auditorium, as follows: Patron's Tickets, Saturday
(Only), October 6, 8 A.M.; $4,00 seats beginning Monday, October 8; $3.50 seats beginning Tuesday, October 9; $3.00 tickets
beginning Wednesday. October 10; single tickets Wednesday, Oct. 10, 1 P. M.
Address all orders for tickets to
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary University School of Music, Ann Arbor

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