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nspect our splendidly complete line
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Smart, Clever Models

MOTOR COMPANI;ES CO-OPERATEk
WITH PRODUCTION OF WAtR
MATERIALS
Washington, Nov. 26. -"The report
that I am contemplating an order
shutting off cars from the automobile
industry is without any foundation in
fact. I said a week ago that I did
not have in mind any transportation
order treating any industry as non-
essential, since Priority order number
two went as far as it seemed to me
wise in dealing with so-called non-
essentials by transportation orders.
The statement still stands."
These were the words of Judge Lov-
ett, the war industries board's director
of priority, when he denied a traffic re-
port that he had issued an order refus-
ing cars to automobile concerns.
The automobile industry is co-
I operating with, the industries board in
furthering war production.
AMERICA'S ENTRY IN WAR
BRINS MUSIC TO ENGLAND
London, Nov. 26.-Thanks to the
United States' entry into the war,,
American music is enjoying a wide
vogue in London this fall. Since the
concert season and recital opened here
there has been scarcely a single impor-
tant program without one or two
American numbers, and the leader of
the Queen's Hall symphony orchestra
has just achieved a remarkable suc-
cess with an entire program of Amer-
ican music.
The musical critics view the
American invasion with some friendli-
ness but not too much enthusiasm.
One says, "The American composers
seem too anxious to assert their mas-
tery of modern technique, to convince
us that they know as much about it as
anybody else."
"The tendency among American
composers seems to toward turning
out a piece no less elaborate than that
of the modern European, rather than
to develop on their own lines," an-
other says.
Custer Laundry Employs 400 Workers

TODAY
7:15 o'clock-Soph lits meet in Uni-
versity hall.
7:30 o'clock-Informal reception for
foreign students in Lane hall.
7:30 o'clock-Arthur C. Bachrach
speaks in room 348 Engineering build-
ing on "Soldiers' Insurance."
7:30 o'clock-University Christian
Science society meets in Newberry
hall.
7:30 o'clock-Kentucky club smoker
at Michigan Union.
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi dabating so-
ciety meets in Adelphi rooms, Univer-
sity hall.
8 o'clock-Prof. R. M. Wenley
speaks to Classical club in room A,
Alumni Memorial hall.
8 o'clock-Concert by University "Y"
and Wolverine musical clubs in Com-
munity chapel, 609 Miller avenue.
U-NOTICES
Elmer Mitchell, coach of the Var-
sity basketball squad, has issued a
call for candidates for the All-fresh
basketball team to report at Water-
man gymnasium tonight at 8 o'clock.
Practice will begin at once.
All assistant track managers and
try-outs report at Waterman gymnas-
ium at 4:30 o'clock today.
Masons Honor Plattsburg Officers
Plattsburg, N. Y., Nov. 26.-In re-
cognition of their success in receiving
commissions in the United States mil-
itary forces, 337 Masons received the
Scottish Rite degree in free masonry
here yesterday. The degree was given
without cost to the men.
THIS fARRICMa. eas
T EKs. givin Day & Sat.
SEEK DETROIT Best Seats - $1.50
CLIFTON CRAWFORD
in the Military Musical Comedy
"HER SOLDIER BO Y"
A R C A D E
Tue-27 Nor ma T1almadge in "Poppy."
(Ret) and Comedy, "Risks and
Rouaghnecks."
Wed-28-ETiarle Williams in "The Stolen
Treaty," and Mutt and Jeff Cartoon..
Thu-Fri-29-3o-jane Cowl in "The
Spreading Dawn," and Christie Com-
edy.
AT LAST
After almost endless delay our
new heating plant is Installed.
Our patrons will now be com-
fortable.

L OG WOO D
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WHTNEY
STODAY
MATINEE AND NIGHT
Kinsey Komedy Ko.
Presents
CtConvit 316"
THURSDAY
SPECIAL MATINEE
6The Whole Damm Family"
Vaudeville between Acts
Matinee and Night, 10-20-26c

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uWuHITNEY
THEATRE
WEDNESDAY NOV. 28
Scandal in
Hi1gh Life!
S111his t the
CO-RE
SPONDENNT?
- Mutt or Jeff?
- in -
The Biggest Scream in Years!
Bud-Fisher's Merriest
MUTTJEF F
Divorced
The Barnum & Bailey Laugh
Epidemic
Presented with a
Cast, Chorus, Scenic and
Costume Equipment unparalled!
Songs that all the world is
Humming
Dances Defying Description
PRICEAS: 2c to $1.00
SEATS; NOW SELLING

HATTERS TO COLLEGE MEN
We make and retail hats. Make
Hats-to-Order and do all kinds of hat
work such as reblocking, new bands,
etc. We also -,P1 acid 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
Telephone 1792

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TODAY

Camp Custer, Mich., Nov.
derwear, shirts, and socks.
than 30,000 soldiers housed]

26.-Un-
of more
here will

Goldyn Pictures present Madge
Kennedy in

require 400 persons to launder. The
laundry just.completed may be oper-
ated by women if permission is ob-

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The Play with

1000 Laughs

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Cafeteria

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NOW SERVING
THE PUBLIC

ARCADE

Cleanliness Is Paramount

Books and Supplies
For all Courses
JPPLY EVERY STUDENTS' NEED
.eehan & Co.
Detroit
TY PROVIDES candy, writing pads, and pencils.
MIES IN EUROPE Soldiers at home will not be forgotten
for 1,750,000 packages have been cor-
o Distribute Pres- lected to send to the various camps
tmas Trees by and cantonments.
Daus
U. S. Refuses to Exempt E. W. Scripps
6.-The American Los Angeles, Nov. 26.-James G.
going to see that Scripps, directing head of newspapers
ldier abroad will owned by his father, E. W. Scripps, of
ekage, and as far San Diego, and chairman of the United
will be distrifbut- Press association and the news-
e from trees, by a paper enterprise association, has been
he announcement denied exemption from military ser-
eadquarters of the vice .:by the district exemption board.
The appeal was filed by his father,
s of gifts have al- who contended he would be more val-
and arrangements uable as the chief executive of the sev-
that the packages, eral newspapers and press associa-

tamed from the war department.
As an advantage, it is pointed out
that wives of the soldiers could come
down here and maintain themselves
near their husbands, if this system
were employed. This system is being
used at Camp Upton, L. I.
One strange fact regarding the por-
table laundry to be used by the Sam-
mies when they go overseas is that
they wili seldon receive , however,
the' tame clothing they sen4. Their
sizes will be observed and they will
always have clothes to fit them.
It is impossible to mark each shirt,.
Bock and suit of underwear to distin-
guish then.
State Draft Board Askas Volunteer Aid
Lansing, Nov. 26.-The Lansing
draft board has appealed for volun-
teer aid to deal with the extra labor
involved in classification of eligibles
for military service under the govern-
ment's new questionaire, The board
is arranging to permit of the work be-
ing done evenings and will use high
school seniors, teachers, and capitol
clerks who volunteer.
cleorge Owen, '19, Dies in Detroit
George Owe-n, '19, died following a
brief illness $uday afternoon at
1:30 o'clock at his mge in Detroit.
He was a member of the Alpha ;igma
Phi fraternity.

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We Rent Mac:ines of high quality.
Patrons: President Woodrow Wilson
Catr-1krry del Val
Dr. Alexancr Graham Bell
Chancel r I ev. B. G. Trant
;;ishop John G. M'urray
WwIia-i Dean H-owells
also all Coilegcs and Universities
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A GALE OF MIRTH
M AJESTIC

Matinee 3 P. M.-10-20e
Nites 7:30.9-20-25-30c
3 DAYS STARTING MONDAY
NIT E
Margaretta Anderson's
American
All Girl Revue
A Song and Dance Review of
Today
S-PRETTY GIRLS-S
"Two Million Dollar Dolls"
HILTON & LAZAR
Creators of Laughs
FRED AND DAISY BIAB
Super Artists of the Flying
Rigs
BARBER & JACKSKON
Mirth and Melody
FLORENZ DUO
Magicians from Court of Spain

Matinees
Satur

WuerthTheatre
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days-Continuous
'EM13ER
Co. B. Howyard
in7 Parts.
k Pickford and Lot
Ghost-House." A
iedy "Te Sulta
OR DE MBER
'arde in "Under N
"Neglected Wi
dine Farrar in '
'orgot." Also Vic
Evening 8c,
an Washburn in "

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OrpheumTheatre
Prices: roc unless otherwise specified
Matinees 2, a:3o. Nights 6:3o, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
NOVEMBER
Tues.27-Alice Brady in "The Maid of
Belgium." Also Comedy. Eve. i5c.
W XedA-W. S. Hart in "The Desert
Doan." Also Triangle Comedy. Re-
booked.

4-Shows Thanksgiving-4
2:30, 4:00, 7:30, 9:00
Seats now selling for Thanks-
giving Day. Have you reserved
any? Better call NOW.

Thur-29-Ruth Stonehouse in' "Phanton
Husband." Also Triangle Comedy
and Weekly.
Fri-3o-Belle Bennett in "Ashes of
Hope." Also Triangle Comedy and
Weekly.

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