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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, C

M AJESTIC
THUR., FRI., and SAT.
MENLO MOORE'S
1917 Winter
Garden Revue
With Billy and Edith Adams
and the Belle Sisters, and Famous
Wintergardenettes
A whirl of Song and Dance from the
Chicago Wintergarden,
Cooper & Robinson
In "A Friend of Mine"
Orr & Hager
In "A Courtship in Song"
Rome & Wager
Smart Songs and Sayings
Dan Ahearn
The Boy from Yonr Neighborhood
Secure Your Seats Early
SUNDAY ONLY - l1e and 15e
WM. S. HART
in his most remarkable production
"THE DISCIPLE"
The picture that made him famous
GEORGE ADE'S "Fables in Slang"
MAJESTIC
X-TRA! X-TR 4
World Series Base Ball scores read
from the stage every matinee.
The Daily's specialty is service to
everyone. Let us serve you.--Adv.
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WuerthTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
= Prices : ig Cents
Matinees 2, 3:3o Nights 6:3o, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
- Sat-6-Mary Miles Minter in "Melissa of -
the Hills." Also Serial, "Neglected
=- Wife," No,. o
Sun-Mon-7-8-Billie Burke in "The Mys-
terious." Also CHolmes Travels and =
= Victor Moore Comedy.
Tues-Wed-g-io-Mae Murray in "A Mor- ~
= man Maid." Also O'Henry Stories. =:
Thurs-Frii -12-Sessue Hayakawarin
"Hashimura Toga." Also Keystone
= Comedy. .-
Sat-z3-Wm. Russell in."Pride and the
= Man," NAlso Serrial, "Neglected
= Wife," No6.
Sun-Mon-14-is-Geo. Cohn in "Seven
Keys to Baldpate." Also Holmes
= Travels and Victor Moore Comedy.
OrpheumTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: boc unless otherwise specified
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Sat.-6-Gladys Hulette in "Miss No-
body." Mutual Comedy and Travels.
Sun-7-Shirley Mason in "Lady of the
Photo." "Do Children Count?" two
reels.
Mon-8-Gail Kane in "The Bride's Si =
= ence." Serial, Helen Holmes in=
"Lost Express," No. x.
Tues-9-Thos. Ince in."Civilization."
= Evening x~c.=
Wed-ia-john Mason in "The Liber-
= tine." q Reels. Evening x 5c. "-
Thur-x x-Bessie Love in "Wee Lady
Betty." Also Triangle Comedy and=
Ford. -
Fri-xa-Enid Bennett in "They're Off."
, , Also Triangle Comedy and Ford.

Lane Hall Viewed
by Daily Reporter
Basement and First and Second
Floors Are Describ-
ed
Lane Hall, generally known as the
"Y" building, is located on State
street only a block from the campus.
If you went to Lane Hall at all
during the days immediately preced-
ing the opening of the University,
the chances are that your visit was
confined to the basement, where 'yoi:
found not only a checkroom for your
hand luggage, but a well systematized
student registry. Here also, were
church registers, and here, if a fresh-
man, you were given your "Fresh
Bible."
As one enters Lane Hall through
the front door he finds himself in a
large lounging room, off of which, on
three sides, open the offices of "Y"
officres, the general office, employ-
ment bureau, bureau of information,
and the offices of student pastors of
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Waiters' and Laboratory aprons and
coats. Cushing's Pharmacy.-Adv.
tf
Guaranteed Self-filling Fountain
Pens $1.00 and up. Cushing's Phar-
macy.-Adv. tf
Recreation makes for Efficiency.
"We try to treat you right." Huston
Bros.-Adv. tf.
Pop. Mat ' fl fl Best Seats
Wed, andIU Wed. $1.00
Wed, and Sat. Mat.
Saturday DETROIT 25c to $1.50
The Marbury Comstock Co. in
"VERY GOOD EDDIE "

several religious bodies. At one end
is a large room used as a library.
In the lounging room the rugs are
thick and soft, rivaling almost the
fabled floor coverings of Martha Cook.
There are a number of mammoth,
deeply upholstered lounges, which
might easily do service in a modern
"happy hunting grounds."
Offices on First Floor
Turning to the general office, the
investigatorfinds himself face to
face with a directory of students, a
branch postoffice of no mean propor-
tions as far as accumulated mail is
concerned, and a book exchange. The
latter is a new institution at the "Y"
and is the means of the sale and pur-
chase of a large number of used text
books.
A step to the left of the general
office, is that of the employment sec-
retary. Here is located a service
which is invaluable to the man want-
ing employment, whether it be one by
which he may earn his board or one to
net him a larger share of his-college
expenses. The sign upon the door,
which reads, "We like to be bother-
ed," not only is aninvitation to enter,
but acquaints one of the reception
awaiting him.
At the opposite side of the lounge,
is the library. This is a large room
furnished similarly to the lounge, but
also equipped with large library
tables. These, and the shelves which
line the walls,, are full of literature
of many varieties.
At either side of the lounge room,
and near the entrance to the library,
are grouped the offices of the stu-
dent pastors of the following religious
organizations: Congregational, Bapt-
ist, Presbyterian, Methodist, and
Church of Christ. These men have
regular office hours, and are here for
the purpose of being of aid to student
members of their particular organiza-
tions.
Auditorium on Second Floor
Next comes the second floor. This
contains several rooms of, varying
sizes, among which are an auditor-
ium, class rooms, a dining room and
kitchen, and two bedrooms. The
erings and entertainments, while the
class rooms, of which there are sev-
eral, are to be used for Bible classes
which will be started in the near
future. The bedroomsare forhthe use
of thetout-of-town speakers who are
brought to address the members.

POSITIONS AVILBLE
IN u;S,_CIVIL SERVICE
OPENINGS IN GOVERNMENT SERV-
ICE ANNOUNCED BY
COMMISSIQN
The United States civil service com-
mission announces that the following
positions are open to students:
Assistant in visual agricultural in-
struction (male), $2,000. The duties
of this position will be to organize il-
lustrative materials and to prepare
charts and lantern slides for use in
teaching of agriculture in schools. Ap-
plicants should at once apply for form
2118, stating the title of the examina-
tioni desired, to the civil service com-
mission, Washington, D. C.
Aid in light house service (male)
$1,020 to $1,380. Applicants should
at once apply for form 1312, stating
the title of the examination desired,
to the civil service commission, Wash-
ington, D. C.
Laboratory Assistant Wanted
Laboratory assistant (male), $600
to $900. The duties of this position
are to assist in the making of phy-
sical and chemical tests of bituminous
and non-bituminous road materials.
Applicants should at once apply for
form 1312, stating the title ofaexamina-
tion desired, to the civil service com-
mission, Washington, D. C., or to the
U. S. civil service board at Ann Arbor.
Assistant electrical engineer, quali-
fied in municiple research (male),1
$1,400 to $1,800. Applicants should
apply for form 1312, stating the title
of examination desired, to the civil
service commission, Washington, D. C.
Specialist in rural economics (male)
$1,500 to $1,800. Duties of the ap-
pointee will be the review and prep-
aration of technical abstracts for the
experiment station record of the cur-
rent scientific literature on rural
economics, rural sociology, and farm
management. Applicants should ap-a
ply for form 1312, stating the examina-
tion desired, to the civil service com-

mission at Washington, D. C., or to
the U. S. civil service board at Ann
Arbor.
Position for Teacher
Teacher, Indian service (male or fe-
male), $600 to $720. Applicants
should apply for form 1312, stating the
title of examination desired, to the:
civil service commission, Washington,
D. C., or to the U. S. civil service
board at Ann Arbor.
Radio inspector (male), $1,200 to
$1,600. The duties of radio inspectors
will be primarily to inspect radio ap-
paratus on steamships, to insure its
ARCADE THEATRE
The Arcade Theatre will open
about October 15. Watch for
announcement of exact date.
The Biggest Theatre
In Ann Arbor

compliance with the law, and to in-
spect shore stations. Applicants
should apply for form 1312 stating the
title of examination desired, to the
civil service commission, Washington,
D. C., or to U. S. civil service board
at Ann Arbor.
Assistant curator (male), $1,800. A
vacancy in the division of mineralogy
and petrology, namrnal museum,
Washington, D. C. Applicants should
apply for form 1312, stating the title
of examination desired, to the civil
service committee, Washington, D. C.,
or to the U. S. civil service board at
Ann Arbor.
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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 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 tokthe Delta.
Car. State and Packard.
THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY A HAT
Telephone 1792

WHITNEY THEATRE

PRICES: 750-$2
Management
M. R. WILLIAMS

H T MONDAY, OCTOBER 8

The -Greatest Musical Show in America

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Comes Here Directly Following Its All-Season Runs in Boston and New
York, Where It Made Over 1,000,000 People Realize the Joy of Living.
Klaw & Erlanger's Supreme Musical Comedy Triumph
Pniss SpflnaIiwe,
By KALMAN, BOLTON and WODEHOUSE
Radiant with Enthralling Rollicking Wonderfully
Youth and Beauty Melodies Fun Scened
PORTRAYED BY
Frank McIntyre Zoe Barnett Geo. LeonM oore
Harrison Brockbank Hattie Burks Frank Doane
Alf. Fisher Mae Hennessy Alice Gaillard
Chas. De Haven George Fox W. F. Nunn
AND 70 OTHERS-ALSO SPECIAL ORCHESTRA OF 16

Rae Theatre

Last Time
Tonight!l

"DOUGLAS" FAIRBANKS
- in -
"IN AGAIN, OUT AGAIN"
Best Fairbanks picture ever
made.
TOMORROW- Sunday
Triangle presents Bessie Love
in "A DAUGHTER OF THE
POOR." Triangle Comedy,
"Caught With the Goods." Rae
Weekly Review.
Special music with our' new
violinist, Mr. Fresh Yeager as a
special feature.

Laundry cases, enough for everyone.
At Wahr's.-Adv.
"Ike" Fisher's music at opening as-{
sembly at Armory Saturday night.-
Adv.
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Seat,Sale Now On

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AT THE THEATERS
YOU CAN GO TO-
"Very Good Eddie," at the Gar-
rick.

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PHONE 165

PHONE 165

* "Miss Springtime" at the Whit-
* ney, Monday, Oct. 8.
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Vaudeville, at the Majestic.

the

STUDENTS
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Orpheum-Gladys Hulette in
"Miss Nobody," Mutual Comedy
and Travels.

White Swan

NOTE BOOKS

We are making special close-out prices on Students' Ring
Books. We can furnish these books in all Binding.
DRAWING SETS
The drawing sets in Gregory, Mayer & Thom
Co. stock are standard and the very best made.
The instruments are of best quality, and come
in neat serviceable leather cases that may be
folded and slipped into the pocket.'
Prices Range from $5.00 Up
TRANSITS, LEVELS, TAPES
ALL SUPPLIES FOR THE ENGINEERS

* *
* Wuerth-Mary Miles Minter in *
* "Melissa of the Hills." Also *
* serial "Neglected Wife," No. 5. *
* x:___
* Rae - Douglas Fairbanks, in *
S"In Again, Out Again."
**
AT THE WHITNEY
"Miss Springtime," the most impor-
tant musical comedy success, comes
to the Whitney on Oct. 8, directly fol-
lowing its all season's runs in New
York and Boston. Emmerich Kalman,
composer of the famous "Sari" music,
has given us gems of melody which
duplicate his former successes.
The story of the opera deals with
the love story of a village girl, and
a famous musician. The first two
scenes present to us the picturesque
little town of Pilota, while the third
act shows us a noted German opera
house. Frank McIntyre keeps his
audience in a gale of merriment from
start to finish, and such musical num-
bers as "Throw Me a Rose," "Some
One," and "A Very Good Girl on Sun-
day," will be long remembered.
The box office will be open from 7
to 9 o'clock tonight.
Students Want Jobs as Waiters
The employment bureau of the
Union reports that there is a great
demand among the students for jobs
as waiters or to take care of furnaces.
We are expert floor finishers, 'and
Old English Floor Wax, only 55c. C.
H. Major & Co.-Adv.
Drawing Instruments. Unusual bar-
gains in second-hand sets, at Wahr's.
-Adv.
Opening assembly at Armry Sat

Quality and Service

If you want the best grade of work
in Ann Arbor and quick service

send us your Laundry

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Our filteration and soft water plant
double the life of your clothes :
All we ask is a trial and we can

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Leather Portfolios for Carrying Papers, Fountain Pens,
Note Paper
It will pay you to get in touch with us
WE DO STEEL & COPPER PLATE ENGRAVING
6REJORYMAMYER TI.HOM0.
PRINTERS, ENGRAVERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, LOOSE LEAF
DEVICES, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY and
OFFICE FURNITURE

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