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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, CTOBER

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AT THE WHITNEY

When Al. Jolson appears at the
Whitney tonight in "Robinson Crusoe,
Jr.," Ann Arbor will have the pleasure
of seeing a great actor, in a great pro-,
duction.
"Robinson Crusoe, Jr.," differs wide-
ly from all Winter Garden productions
of the past, in that it contains noth-
ing of the modern revue type. It sug-
gests rathdr the old school of extrav-
aganza that had their origin in the
old English pantomime. Jolson as-
sumes the role of an officious chauff-
Court Cafe
Tasty Steaks, Chops
REGULAR D INN E R DAILY
Q U I'C K S E R V I 0 E
AND THE B ES T OF FOOD
Special Sunday Chicken Dinners, 40c
108 EAST HURON STREET

eur who immediately evolves into the *
good man Friday when his million- *
aire employer decides to follow in the *
footsteps of the far-famed Robinson *
Crusoe. *
Jolson is at his best in this elev-
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erest of plays, and he sings "Where
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Did Robinson Crusoe Go with Friday
on Saturday Night?" "Down Where
the Suwanee Flows," and "Mammy's *
Little Coal Black Rose," as only the *
can sing them. *

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AT THE THEATERS

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YOU CAN GO TO-
"Odds and Ends of 1917,",
Garrick.

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TODAY
"Robinson Crusoe,

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AT THE GARRICKI
Detroit
If you want to meet Harry Watson,
Jr., Lillian Loraine, and Jack Nor-
wood, principals of "Odds and Ends
of 1917," or any of the many cleverly-
clad chorus girls at the Garrick the-
ater, you don't have to be a stage-
door Johnny, with a haidful of roses
and a waiting check at the rear en-
trance. All you have to do is to drop
into the theater and principals and
chorus will be Introduced to you.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.

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Whitney--
Jr."

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Orpheum - Antonia Moreno in
"The Angel Factory." Also Mutual
Travels and Comedy.
Wuerth-Wm. Russell in "Pride
and the Man." Also serial, "The
Neglected Wife."
Rae -- Wm. S. Hart in "The
Square Deal Man." Triangle com-
edy, "A Tanner of Note."

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Rent a good Eastman Kodak 109
per day. Lyndon, 719 N. University.
-Adv.
You can get those Neolin Soles put
on at Paul's Place, 611 E. William,
while you wait.-Adv.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.
Pop.Mat.Wd. flf Nights
Best Seats $1 ARRf N 25 g sto$2.00
Sat. Mat. I j200 Orchestra
25c to $1.50 1DETROIT Seats, $150
Norworth & Shannon present
"ODDS AND ENDS OF 1917
Rae Theatre
TODAY
HANDS UPI
William S. Hart
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"THE SQUARE DEAL MAN"
Best pieture' in town
today
SEE IT AT THE RAE
MAJESTIC
EVENING: 20c, 25c 0o
MATINEE: '1 Oc, and 20o
THURS., FRI. AND SAT.
BOYLE WOLFOLK'S
MERRY-GO-ROUND

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These Bracing Autumn Days
Are Testing the Coat Collections
-and This Store's Ready

AL. JOLSON WITH "ROBINSON CRU SOE, JR.," AT WHITNEY TONIGHT

AT THE MAJESTIC

ARCADE THEATRE

Here are the coats that young women are wearing in New York-street coats, dress
coats, motor coats and coats for general utilty wear. Models of plush and leading woolen
materials, carefully tailored in more than a hundred distinctive styles. Hardly two are alike.

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CLOTH COATS AT

"The Merry Go Round," is a beauti-
fully produced scenic attraction, a-
bounding with such clever musical
bits as "Flower Garden Ball," "Be-
ware of Pink Pajamas," "Darktown
Military Band," "Childhood Days," and
"Where There's Wild Waves, There
Must be Wild Women."
Mable Walzer is the star of the
piece, and she is both clever and fun-
ny. The Callahan Brothers will be
remembered for their successes as
comedians in vaudeville, and one of
the particular hits of the show, a
Pullman car bit, is offered by Chunk
Callahan.
WHITNEY Saturday
wV H III IOctober 13

The Arcade Theatre will open
about Otber 15. Watch for
announce ent of exact date.
The Biggest Theatre
in Ann Arbor

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$16.50 to $95.00

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Wool velours, pom poms, burellas, kerseys,
cut bolivias, velvet velours, chiffon velours and
fine camel's hair mixtures in black, navy, plum,
forest green, brown, beet root, beaver and
taupe. -
Handsome, roomy models in high waist or
empire effects, loose flowing or fitted to yokes,
invariably belted and often ornamented with
fur or bone buttons.
The collars are of the large cape type, or
draped styles that fasten in chin chin or scarf
effects. They are of fur or self material-
plain or edged with fur.
The coats are either lined, half lined or un-
lined, depending on the weight and warmth of
the material.

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25-ARTISTS-25
A Cay, Girly, Musical Review
Sunday
ALICE BRADY In
"SELF MADE WIDOW"
Extra! Extra! World series score an-
nounced from stage every matinee.

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WORLD'S GtfAEST
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H1AWTERS TO COLLEGE MEN
We make and retail hats. Make Hats-to-
Order and do all kinds of hat work such as Ji1ll111jfIIII1IIIIIjlgj111j1111111jl11111111E
reblocking, new bands. etc. We also selland - .=
reblock Army Hats. = 1Ts L ..
Hats shaped to fit the head free of charge W uerth Theatre =
when bought of us. _____
FACTORY HAT STORE t BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
617 Packard St., next to the Delta. ..-
Cor. State and Packard. = Prices: is Cents
THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY A HAT C atinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Telephone 1792 Saturdays-Sundays--Continuous
SSat-1-Wm, Russell in "Pride and the
= Man.":Also Serrial, "Neglected
Wife," No. 6.-
WMotneyThe-trei4.5GeCohni"Sevens
Keys to Baldpate." Also Holmes
Travels and Victor Moore Comedy.
__________________________ Tues-Wed-:6.:7."Romona," by Helen=
Hunt Jackson. xo Reels.
S Thur-Fri-i8-19-Vivian Martin in "Little=
Tue day Oc obe - Miss Optimist." Also Keystone=
Tuesuy, ucouerComedy.
Sat.-2o-A. N. Pinero in "Iris." Aso
___________________Serial, "Neglected Wife," No. 7
Sun-Mon-2x-22-E;lsje Ferguson in "ar- +=
-_-A .2 rbary Sheep."- Aso Homes Travelsj
- -~ ~ 5 and Victor Moore Comedy.=

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PLUSH COATS
Favorites because of their enduring rich-
ness and serviceability..
The new models are notably full at the
bottom, belted in the back, all around or at
the sides, and trimmed with plush, kerami
or various furs.
Salts' and Baffin Seal plush at $25.00
to $100.00.

Great, comfortable models beautifully
adapted for the special requirements of
winter motoring.
The materials are largely mixtures of
ample weight and thickness, though remark-
ably soft and light. Their collars are of fur
or self material.
Price $25.00 to $65.00.

MOTOR COATS

TRAVEL FESTIVAL
WITH UNCLE SAM!S NAVY
SOMEWHEREAEATLANTIC
U-S NAVAL ACADEMY
REAL WILD WEST
PERILSoF MOUNTAIN CLIMBING
MANY OTH ERE BU Es

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- BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER =
Prices: zoc unless otherwise specified
-Matinees 2, 3:3o. Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30=
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Sat.- 3Antonie Morens in "The Angel
s Factory." Also Mutual Travels and
Comedy. Evening 15c.
Sun. 4-Little Mary McAllister in
Pants." Also "Do Children Count?"
Mon-i5-Julius Sanderson in "The Run.
C away." Also Serial, Helen Holmes,
"The Lost Express," No. 2. -.
Tues-x6-Lew Field in "The Corner
Grocer." Also Comedy and Weekly.
Wed-17-thel Clayton in "The Woman
Beneath." O'Henry Story.
Thur-i8-Bessie Barriscale in "Wooden
Shoes." Also Triangle Comedy and
Ford. Evening rsc.
Fri-x9-Jack Devereau in "The Grafter."
Also Triangle Comedy and Ford.

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Prices: - 25c, 35c, 50c, 75C
Seat Sale Opens Saturday,
Oct. 13,at 10 A. M.

(Style Salon-Second Floor)
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75c-$1.00-1.50-2.00-2.50 Ooxes $3.00
SEATS NOW ON SALE

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WHITNEY
Maaagement-M. R. WILLIA M c

WEEK COM
SUNDAY OCT. 14

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Happy"' LOU WHITNEY and her ASSOCIATE PLAYERS
Sun The Intense Comedy A igh TThe Side Splittin Farce Comedy
Drama FinaIce Thu. of 1oo, 0aughs
Mon. Full of
and Love m
dThe Net anate Fdello Bill
A Dazzling Array of A Man's Play - Money FAT ONES THIN ONES
Feminine Splendor.. A Woman's Play-- Love LAUGH AND GROW LAUGH AND GROW
an d Exclusive C os- Latest Stock Release THIN
tume Creations. of the Season

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"HAPPY" LOU WHITNEY
LEADING WOMAN

RUSSELLE L. TEST
LAD'" MAN

EACH PLAY A PRODUCTION

- - LAVISHLY MOUNTED

- - EXQUISITELY COSTUMED

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