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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBE2R 14,

UandmenNoOniJ
9nes in Uniforms
Contrasting sharply with the vivid
lors of the band, and even more so
ith the civilian attire of the stands,
early 100 men in the field service un-
,A R
Mon- .5-Emily Stevens in" "A Sleeping
Memory," and Drew Comedy, " heir
Burglar."
Tues- 6Marc MacDermott and Mil-
dred Manning in "Mary Jane's Pa,"
and comedy, "Satin and Calico."
Wed-i q-Norma Talmadge in "Poppy."
8 Parts.
Thurs-Fri-i8-i9-Mae Marsh in "Polly
of the Circus." 8 Parts. (Extra
matinee at 4:30 on Thurs.)
GOODHEW FLORAL CON
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Corsages a Speoialty
Greenhouses:- Observatory and
Volland St. Phone i70-M

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Iform of the army, witnessed Michi-
gan's victory over Mount Union yes-
terday afternoon. Marching in, near
the end of the first half, they were
seated in a body in the north stands
to the rousing yells of -"Yea, army!"
The men in uniform were members
of Base Hospital No. 36, recruited at
the Detroit College of Medicine, and
largely composed of University of
Michigan men. They are now en-
camped at the State Fair grounds at
Detroit, awaiting debarcation orders.
The unit was in command of Major
Channing W. Barret, Capt. T. A. Mc-
Graw, Major F. H. Walker, Capt. Geo.
Fay, Capt. W. Haughey, Capt. M. W.
Cliff, Lieut. B. R. East and Lieut. Leo
I. Scrafford.
VARSITY SWAMPS LIGHT MOUNT
UNIONISTS BY SCORE OF 69-0
(Continued from Page One.)
Wednesday's game now that Yost has
Weston. Lineup:
Michigan, 69. Mount Union, 0.
Goetz.........L.E......Eldredge
Boyd.............L.T.......... Opp
St. Clair........L.G........ Conrad
Beath..........C..........Brown
Goodsell;.........R.G...... Richeson
Weske..........R.T...... Ransayer
Cartwright.......R.E.......... Eckis
Genebach......Q.B.........Allot
Cohn........... .L.H .....McCaskey
Rye..............R.H......... Lichty
Wieman..........F.B......... Berkle
Summaries
Touchdowns-Michigan: Weston 5,
Cohn, Froemke, Wieman, Cruse, and
Garrett.
Kicks for goal-Michigan: Wieman
8, Culver.
Substitutions - Michigan: Hender-
shot for Goetz, Garrett for Cartwright,
Cress for Garrett, Culver for Boyd,
Lindstrom for St. Clair, Culver for
Goodsell for Beath, Beath for Good
sell, Fortune for Goodsell, Morrison
for Cartwright, Weston for Genebach,
Genebach for Weston, Barnard for
Cohn, Froemke for Rye, Rye for
Froemke, Weadock for Rye, and Gar-
rett for Wieman. Mount Union: Cock-
lin for Lichty, Hart for Berkle, Gra-
ham for Eldredge, and Barrows for
Ransayer.
Referee-Walter Kennedy, Chicago.
Umpire-Harvey Snyder, Harvard.
Time of quarters-1O minutes.

is splendidly effective, and the whole
production is different and delightful.
AT THE ARCADE
On Monday of this week the Arcade
will reopen with Emily Stevens in "A
Sleeping Memory." Here is a produc-
tion that is unusual in every sense
of the word. It gives Miss Stevens
an opportunity to display all her dra-
matic ability. This is an adaptation
of the novel of the same name by E.
Phillips Oppenheim.

Arcade
Adv.

Theatre opens

tomorrow.--

Try the
Fountain of Youth
for your Candies-both boxed and plain
We make a specialty of light lunches. Call and try
them at
The Fountain of Youth
Corner of State and E. Liberty

Kenneth Keyes,,17,Visits Ann Arbor
Kenneth Keyes, '17, business man-
ager of the Inlander last year, was
In Ann Arbor Friday. He is at pre-
sent contemplating enlisting in the
quartermasters department at Chica-
go.
tdition of Michigan Alumnus Delayed
Due to an unforseen delay, the
Michigan Alumnus, which was report-
ed to appear tomorrow, will nbt come
out until next Thursday or Friday.
Arcade Theatre opens tomorrow.-
Adv.

AT THE. WHITNEY

From the reports that are heralding
Miss Lou Whitney and her associate
players for her run of permant stock,
a casual glance at the plays offered by
this company will dispel any misgiv-
ings as to the class of material they
intend to present. The first half of
the week, beginning today, will be
given over to "The Net," an intensely
interesting drama which deals with
the placeof woman in the business
world. The clever military farce,
"Hello Bill," will he offered the latter
part of the week.
AT THE MAJESTIC

,Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.

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SP.M.
l~c-Z0c

7:30 a 3d 9:00
20, 25, and 30c

TODAY!
1:30, 3,7 and 8:30

WhitneyTheatre
Tuesday, October 16

THREE DAYS, Commencing OCT. 15th
ippdrmeFour
Presenting
*DINKELSPIEL'S NIGHT SCHOOL"
FUN AND HARMONY

ALICE
BRADY

In

TRAVEL FESTIVAL
WITH UNCLE SAMS NAVY
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Prices: - 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c
Seat Sale Opens Saturday,
Oct. 13, at 10 A. M.

A week of fun and varied novelty is
promised in the list of vaudeville at-
tractions at the Majestic this week.
Comedy and song certainly afford two
excellent opportunities for entertain-
ment, and the Hippodrome Four take
proper advantage of that fact, which
bring about the result j f splendid har-
mony and rip-roaring comedy.
"A Self-made Widow," the newest
world picture, comes to the Majestic
today. Patrons of this theater will
have the pleasure of seeing Miss Alice
Brady in a most fascinating role, that
of an unsophicated young country girl,
who elopes to New York City with a
handsome man. Miss Brady's acting
You can get those Neolin Soles put
on at Paul's Place, 611 E. William,
while you wait.-Adv.
Arcade Theatre opens tomorrow.-
Adv. '

LOUIS & LEOPOLD
The Merry Men from Songland in
a study of their own Songs
MAE & BELLE CONNELLY
In Songs

Original.NELSON FAMILY
Sensational Acrobats
Positively all one family
W. S. HARVEY and
Miss MADGE ANDERSON
In "A Room Upside Down"

Self-

Widow'

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Made,

THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY
HENDRIX & BELLE ISLE in
To
'The Schoolmaster'

Luxurious
Thrills
Delightful Climax
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WuerthTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
; ~ Prices : 15 Cents
Matinees a, 3:3o. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Sun-Mon-14-rs-Geo. Cohn in "Seven
Keys to Baldpate." Also Holmes
Travels and Victor Moore Comedy.
Tues-Wed-16-17-"Romona," by Helen
Hunt Jackson. xo Reels.
Thur-Fri-x8-9-Vivian Martin in "Little
Miss Optimist." Also Keystone
Comedy.
Sat.-so-A. N. Pinero in "Iris." Aso
Serial, "Neglected Wife," No. 7.
Sun-Mon-.2-22-Elsie erguson in "Bar-
bary Sheep." Aso Homes Travels
and Victor Moore Comedy.
Tues-Wed-23-24-All Star in "Rasputin
the Black Monk." Also O'Henry
Story.
OrpheumTheatre:
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: roc unless otherwise specified
Matinees a, 3:3o. Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous .
Sun-14-Little Mary McAllister in
Pants." Also "Do Children Count?"
Mon-i5-Julius Sanderson in "The Run-
away." Also Serial, Helen Holmes,;
"The Lost .Express," No. 2.;
Tues-*6-Lew Field in "The Corner;
Grocer." Also Comedy and Weekly.;
Wed-x7-Ethel Clayton in "The Woman;
Beneath." O'Henry Story.
Thur-x8-Bessie Barriscale in "Wooden
Shoes." Also Triangle Comedy and:
Ford. Evening x~c.
Fri-19-Jack Devereau in "The Grafter."
Also Triangle Comedy and Ford.
Sat-zo-M. Fisher in "Little Girls Who
Wouldn't Grow." Also Mutual Trav-
els and Comedy. "

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AT THE THEATERS

YOU CAN GO TO--
"Nothing But the Truth,"
Garrick.
TODAY

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JOHN & WINNIE
HENNINGS
In "The Kill Kare Kouple"
MORRIS & BEASLEY
In "Their Own Idea of Fun"

N

CLARK & CHAPELLE
in
"The Sales-Lady and the Porter"
FOLEY & MASSINO
In a Unique Novelty

"Fables
in Slang"
10c and 15c

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"Happy" Lou Whitney in "The
Net," at the Whitney.

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Majestic-Alice Brady in "Self- *
made Widow."

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Orpheum-Little Mary McAl-
lister in "Pants." Also "Do Chil-
dren Count?"

* Wuerth-Geo. Cohn in "Seven
* Keys to Baldpate." Also Holmes
* Travels and Victor Moore Com-
" edy.

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A Bigger Arcade

A Better Service,

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Rae-Sena Owen in "A Woman's
Awakening." Triangle Comedy,
"Kandy Kids." Rae News Events.

After serving the picture-loving public of Ann Arbor for three years, the ARCADE Management found it necessary -to

greatly increase the seating capacity of the house.

Frequently patrons complained about their inability to find even standing

* * * * * * * * * * * * *
Tenor Soloist wanted for church
position. Call 312 S. Division, Phone
212-J.-Adv.
Arcade Theatre opens tomorrow.-
Adv.

room. The Theatre was therefore closed on August 25 and the builders promised a remodeled house, with practically three

times the former seating capacity, by October 1 st,-just five weeks after the last show was given in the old building.

A scarcity

of labor necessitated a few days delay.

The opening date will be

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 15

Pop. Mat. Wed-
nesday. Best
Seats $r.oo.
Sat. Mat. 2sc
to $1.S0.

GARRICK

Week Beg. To-
morrow (Mon.)
Night.
Nights 50c to $Z

America's G&atest Comedian

The decorators, however, have refused to touch the building until the walls were as "Bone Dry" as Michigan expects to be next
May. This will prevent moisture in the walls from ruining the decorations. We are obliged, therefore,.to receive our friends in
a partially unfinished house. We feel justified, in a measure, in doing this because of our having contracted for a number of
especially excellent features to begin October 15, and which our patrons cannot afford to miss.
We take pleasure in announcing that THE ARCADE has succeeded in making arrangements for an unusually fine service
during the coming season. We believe it will be so pleasing that, pending the decorating of the building, our patrons will be so
interested in our screen offerings that they will scarcely notice the absence of decorations on the walls.

W I L LIAM C OLLIER
In the Greatest of all Farces
toNothing But the Truth"
By James Montgomery
From Novel of Fred Isham, "Detroit's Own." Bobbs-Merrill Co.
As Played One Year at the Longaere Theatre, N. Y.
WITH ORIGINAL SUPPORTING CAST
WEEK CTOBR 22MA1]L ORDERS NOW
EBCEEKOCTBR 2SEATS THURSDAYW
MR. LEE SHUlBERT Announces
The Welcome Return of the Distinguished American Favorite
Wn Hodge
' And a Carefully Selected Cast of Unusual Strength, in
A New Four Act Comedy Drama

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A FEW HINTS AS TO COMING ATTRACTIONS
THE ARCADE will continue showing the Metro, Vitagraph and Fox
productions. Our patrons will be especially pleased to hear that we have
contracted for the new record-making Goldwyn features, including such
well known stage and screen stars, as Mae Marsh, Madge Kennedy, Max-
ine Elliott, Jane 'Cowl, Mabel Normand, Mary Garden, and others. Some
of the coming attractions from this company are as follows: Mae Marsh
in "Polly of the Circus," "The Cinderella Man," "Madge Kennedy in "Baby
Mine," "Nearly Married." "Twin Beds*" Maxine Elliott in "Fighting
Odds;" Jane Cowl in "The Spreading Dawn;" etc.. etc. Also, we shall
have all the Rex Beach stories, filmed by noted artists.
Besides the above we have booked such features as Emily Stevens
in "The Slacker" (the big feature of the year), Alice Joyce and Harry
Morey in "Within the Law," Geraldine Farrar in "Joan, the Woman," and
numerous other big special attractions.
You will also- be interested to know that Mme. Nazimova, star in
"War Brides," will appear in a number of great pictures; the first of these
is "A Rose of a Thousand Years Ago."
Many other new stars have been added to the companies whose pic-
tures we show. It will be worth your while to watch our announcements
from day to day in the city and college Dailies.

SOME OF THE IMPROVEMENTS IN THE ARCADE
When Fully Completed
1. The largest seating capacity of any theatre in Ann Arbor. Now
you can always get a good seat and see a good show.
2. Greater incline of floor, giving each one an unobstructed view of
the screen.
3. A wood floor. There can be no more complaints about cold feet
caused by a cement floor in severe weather.
4- A thorough ventilating system--making use of all the latest ideas
in ventilation,-now being installed.
5. Double the distance between front seats and screen-making
every seat a desirable one.
. 6. New and larger heating plant insuring proper temperature in
all kinds of weather.
7. The very latest model direct current electrical generator which
will give a clear and steady picture all the time.
8. Sixteen comfortable, moderate priced, boxes for those who wish
such accommodations. (Ready soon.)

"A

C ure for -C urables"
By Earl Derr Biggers and Lawrence Whitman
Suggested by Corra Harris's Short Story

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