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October 07, 1917 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-10-07

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SUNDAY,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Estimates gladly given on paint-
ing, paper hanging, tinting or any
kind of first class decorating. C. H.
Major & Co.-Adv.

ARCADE JEWELER

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CARL F. BAY

Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing

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U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's f
is the place. 113 S. Main.-Adv.
The Kemfp Music Studio: Piano,
Organ, Voice Culture. 312 S. Division
St. Phone 212-J.-Adv.
There are opportunities for you in
Daily advertisements. Read them.-

Phone 152-W

NICKELS ARCADE

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PHONE 165s

PHONE 165

STUDENTS URGED TO TAKE
DRILL BY LIEUT. G. C. MULLEN
(Continued from page one)
of the week. He is offering his serv-
ices during all other hours of the day
to those who desire extra instruction,
also Saturdays.
In these letters he asks each mem-
ber of the faculty to arrange his
course, so far as possible, in such a
manner that every man will be free
from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock each after-
noon to elect military training.
"Faculty men who have had military
experience have been invited to co-
operate in giving instruction, but all
members of the faculty can assist by
their presence during first drills,"
Lieutenant Mullen said in concluding.
"Special instruction will be given to
those who desire it. The course is
still open for election by everyone.
All that is required is to make up the
back work, fill out the special enroll-
ment card and present it to the cor-
poral of the squad assigned at the
first drill attended."
Alpha Nu Nominates Officers
Officers were nominated at the first
Alpha Nu meeting of the year last
night in the society's rooms. W. H.
Townsend, '18, and H. H. Chapman,
'18, were nominated for president. W.
R. Sobesky, '18, and H. G. Selby, '20,
are the nominees for vice-president.
The nominees for secretary are J. D.
Menchhofer, '20, and H. G. Selby, '20.
The election will take place next Fri-
day night.
Recreation makes for Efficiency.
"We try to treat you right." Huston
Bros.-Adv. tf..

ARCADE THEATRE
The Arcade Theatre will open
about October 15. Watch f or
announcement of exact date.
The Biggest Theatre
in Ann Arbor

Evenings
SaOCtO $2.00
Sat. Mat. Sac
to $x.so

GARRICK

Week of
Oct. 8th

BOKEWFLORAL Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers'
Corsages a Specialty
Greenhouses:- Observatory and
Volland St. Phone 170-M

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NORWORTH and SHANNON

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Present

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"ODDS AND ENDS OF 1917"
With a Notable Cast of Broadway Musical Comedy
Favorites, Including

Lai adry
Quality and Service

HARRY WATSON, JR.

LILLIAN LORRAINE

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JACK NORWORTIH

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Cash
chases.
Adv.

coupons save
S. O. Davis.

5% on all pur-
119 S. Main.-

On the way to Norworth Theatre, West Forty-Eighth St., N. Y.

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Laundry

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Welcomes. New Students to

Our filteration and soft water plant

double the life of your clothes

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The Hutzel Shop stands in a very definite position among Ann Ar-
bor businesses, and it is often a great convenience to Michigan young
women to realize what that place is.
First: It is a woman's specialty shop-with complete stocks of
such more important things as suits, coats, and dresses-and with
equally complete lots of accessories-dainty neckwear, unusual,, in-
expensive jewelry, handbags, fine underclothes, silk petticoats, sweat-
ers and kimonas.
Second: It is a Service, with a helpful, intelligent salesforce that
is willing to aid you in choosing every part of your wardrobe.
We invite you most cordially to acquaint yourself with this store.

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201-205 CATHERINE
STREET

MAIN AND LIBERTY STREETS

H. G. PRETTMAN,
President

W. B. GRAY,
Supt. and Mgr.

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ANN ARBOR



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SUNDAY
TODAY ONLY

3 Days Starting Monday, October 8

3 Days Starting Thursday, etober11

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BOYLE WOOLFOLK, Inc., Presents

COL. JOHN

A. PATTEE

WM.

S. HART'

and his company of
(tOld

«Merry-Go-Round"

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with MABEL

WALZER

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"THE DISCIPLE"
The picture that made him famous

Soldier Fiddlers"
American Soldiers, Past and Present
Old Time Fiddling and Song Revue

Musical

Review

in Nine

Scenes

Scenery'

by Joseph Urban

FASCINATING SONGS AND DANCES

"Flirtation"
Musical Satire on College Life

Bert Hanlon
"The Modern Philosopher"

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GEO. ADE'S

NEW - - Big Novelty Bathing Scene

Newest Slang Fable

Bertie

Ford

"12 Cylinder Speed
Leisure Class"

of the

Wilson & Wilson
"The Barber and the Bootblack"

PRETTY GIRLS A PLKNTY
25 ARTISTS 25

-In-
"An Aerial Tango"

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EXTRA2 EXTRAI

World Series Baseball Score read from the stage every Matinee.

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