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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1917.

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* AT THE THEATERS
*
* YOU CAN GO TO-
* "Nothing But the Truth," at the
* Garrick.
* "Flora Bella", at the Whitney
* Saturday, Oct. 20.
*
*
* TODAY'
* Whitney - Lyman H. Howe's
* Travel Festival
*
* Majestic-Vaudeville.
*
* Orpheum-Julius Sanderson in
* "The Runaway." Also Serial, Hel-
* en Holmes, "The Lost Express,"
* No. 2.'
* Wuerth -"Romona," by Helen
* Hunt Jackson.
* Rae - Theda Bara in "Heart
* and Soul." Two reel Hoyt com-
* edy.
* Arcade - Mildred Manning in
* "'Mary Jane's Pa."
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AT THE WHITNEY

The real possibilities of moving pie-
cures, as compared with the every-
day "dramatics," will be demonstrated
'at the Whitney tonight by Lyman H.
'Howe's new production, than on any
bf his previous engagments.
Howe's films are entirely new and
'nique. With the aid of the screen
the audience will take a trip around
the world, seeing the cream of the
universe's travel sights.

EMBRYO ORATORS
MEET FOR ADVICE
Prof. Hollister and Mr. Immel Speak;
Northern Oratorical Contest
Set For May 1
The Northern Oratorical contest
will be held the first Friday in May,
'was the announcement made. at a
meeting of prospective orators and
debaters recently held in Mason hall.
Mr. Ray K. Immel of the oratorical
faculty, outlined the eligibility rules.
First year men are ineligible whether
they are freshman or upperclassmenI
unless they receive special permission.
Others may enter the contests if their
record is good. Mr. Immel also out-
lined the methods of selecting the
teams for the Varsity debates.
Prof. R. D. Hollister then gave some
good advice with respect to prepara-
tion, urging them to start early. The
'subject for the Central league debate
is, "Resolved, That compulsory arbi-
tration should be provided for labor
disputes involving railroads and other

A. Rea Pipe
for"
College men
These are two of the
24 popular shapes in
which you can get the
Stratford
$1.00 and up
W'D CHand Made
$1.50 and up
1acli a fine pipe,
with ,sterling silver ring
and ' -vulcanite bit.
Leading,, dealers in
town carry a full "as-
sortment." Select your
favorite style.'
WM. DEMUTH &CO.
New York
World's Largest Pipe Manufacturers

AT THE GARRICK
Detroit

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William Collier is appearing at the
Garrick this week in "Nothing But the
Truth," a comedy with a new and nov-
el theme, which serves to show how
one of the cardinal virtues may be-ob-
served almost to ruination. The play
'produces more laughs from the rise
of the curtain than can be tabulated
on an adding machine.

Shoes repaired while you wait. 0.
G. Andres, 222 S. State St.-Adv.
Tenor Soloist wanted for church
position. Call 312 S. Division, Phone
212-J.-Adv.
You can get those Neolin Soles put
on at Paul's Place, 611 E. William,
while you'wait.-Adv.
Pop.Mat.Wd. A I Wk. Oct.15
Best Seats $1 AffIb Nights
Sat. Mat. 3 50c to $2.00
25c to $1.50 DETROIT
WILLIAM COOLIER In
"NOTHING- BUT THE TRUTH"
By JAMES MONTGOMERY
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Tues-16-Marc MacDermott and Mil-
dred Manning in "Mary Jane's Pa,"
and comedy, "Satin and Calico."
Wed-17-Norma Talmadge in "Poppy."
8 Parts.
Thurs-F1ri-8-x9-Mae Marsh in "Polly
of the Circus." 8 Parts. (Cxtra
matinee at 4:30 on Thurs.)
Sat-Fo-lvart Overton in "Soldiers of
Chance," and Comedy, "The Spring
Idyl."
HATTERS TO COLLEGE MEN
We make and retail hats. Make Hats-to-
Order and dJo all kinds of hat work such as
rebilocking, new bands. etc. We also sell and
reblock Anrmy Hats.
Hats shaped to fit the head free of charge
when bought of us.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta.
Cor. State and Packard.
THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY A HAT
Telephone 1792
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French
Briar

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You can get those Neolin Soles put
on at Paul's Place, 611 E. William,
while you wait.-Adv.

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MAJESTIC
EVE. 7:30-9. 20c, 25o 300
MAT. 3 R.M. 1Oc, and 20o
MON., TUES., AND WED.
Three Days, Com. Oct. 15th
HIPPODROME FOUR
Presenting
"DINKELSPIEL'S NIGHT SCHOOL"
Fun and Harmony
LOUIS & LEOPOLD
The Merry Men frgm Songland In a
Study of their own Song
Mae & Bell Connelly
In Songs
Original Nelson Family
Sensational Acrobats
W. S. Harvey and
Miss Madge Anderson
In "A Room Upside Down's
THURS., FRI. AND SAT.
Hendrix & Belle Isle in
"THE SCHOOLMASTER"
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.''SCENE FROM THE MUSICAL SUCCESS "FLORA BELLA", AT THE WHITNEY THEATER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20.

AT THE MAJESTIC

The Majestic is offering a very
attractive program of comedy and
song this week. Lewis and Leopold are
billed in "The Merry Men from Song-
land." The original Nelson family has
a sensational acrobatic offering, and
'the Hippodrome four furnish quite an.
excellent program. The Connolly sis-
ters, Mae and Belle, "In Songs," are
exceedingly clever, and W. W. Har-
vey's offering, "A Room Upside Down"
is worthy of more than passing atten-
tion.

public service companies." The debate
will be held Jan. 18, but society pre-
liminaries must be off by Nov. 10.
The subject for the Mid-West league
debate has not yet been decided. All
students interested who were not at
the meeting are asked to see one of
the oratorical faculty as soon as pos-
sible.
Camp-us In Brief
Dr. A. C. Warthin professor of path-
ology in the medical school, left yes-
terday to attend a convention of the
American Public Health association

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Copyright Hat SbaKs1gf
Another
military
sport suit

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AT THE ARCADE

This store is headquarters
for lively sport suit styles.
Hart Schaffner
& Marx
have supplied us with the dis-
tinctive designs you're look-
ing for; the picture shows the
kind of style you'll find here
-we'll show you some un-,
usual values.
Reule-Conlin-
Fiegel Co.
The big store at the south-
east corner Main and Wash-
ington Streets-downtown.

"Mary Jane's Pa," to be shown at
the Arcade today, features Marc Mac
Dermott and Mildred Manning. This
is Miss Manning's first-" five-reel feat-
ure, and it will no doubt mean her
success. All the atmosphere humor,
and philosophy that made "Mary
Jane's Pa" such a delightful little
comedy drama, presented on. the stage
by Henry E. Dixey, have been retained
in the screen version. It is an intense
melodrama with wonderful touches of
pathos and a continual comedy relief
running throughout.
Workers Delay Membership Reports
Owing to further delay of Union
workers to turn in their reports, the
results of the Union membership cam-
paign are not yet available. It is
hoped that the facts will be ready for
publication in the next couple days.
Meanwhile, it is urged that those who
have not made their reports do so at
once.

at Washington, D. C.
turn before Saturday.
Hygiene -lectures are
sometime next week.

He will not re-
His annual Sex
postponed until

BOOKS WORTH READING
Among the many books about the
Somme battle there are few having as
much genuine local color as Boyd
Cable's "Grapes of Wrath." It was
written in the Somme area, and deals
primarily with the personal exper-
iences of four ordinary infantry sold-
iers whom the war has brought to-
gether and into close comradeship.
Of course it is true that the actors
themselves know much less of the
drama in which they play than does
the audience which witnesses it in
the comfortable safety of the moving
picture theater. As Pug indignantly
expressed it: "Well, I'm blowed! 'Ere
we 'as a fust-class fight, and us in
the front seats for seein' it, and they
goes and shifts off so we don't even
know which side won!"
The book is filled with little every-
day incidents, not of immediate im-
portance to the nation, to be sure,
but the more interesting because they
are the common property of all sold-
iers: the little tragedies and ironies,
the brave jests born of horrors un-
speakable, just the hundred and one
little daily occurrences that make the
soldier's life worth living, and the
tales of it worth reading.
Patronize Our Advertisers.-Adv.

The condition of Lincoln Avery who
is ill with typhoid fever in the St.
Joseph hospital, is reported to be im-
proving.
Lieut. Glenn M. Coulter, '16-'18L,
is still stationed at the concentration
camp at Allentown, Pa., according to
a letter just received by Homer Heath,
'07, secretary of the Union. Lieuten-
ant Coulter has not been assigned to
to a station yet, but expects to be
sent to France or to one of the South-
ern camps in the near future.

ICE AROUND BOAT HOUSE TO
BE CLEARED FOR SKATERS
Students at the University are to
have another place this winter to go
ice skating. W. J. Saunders has de-
cided to keep the ice clear around the
boat-house this winter so that stu-
dents will have a good stretch in
which to skate. Some time ago skat-
ing on the Huron river was one of the
chief diversions about Ann Arbor.
Several improvements are being made
about the boat-house. Among them
are an enclosed 'pavilion, hot lunch
counter and enlargement of.the dance
floor.
Helen Day, '18, of Armada, Mich.,
is seriously ill at the Homoeopathic
hospital.
Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.
Rae Theatre
TWO DAYS ONLY
TODAY AND
TOMORROW
The one and Only
TIHEDA BARA
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"HEART AND SOUL"
A typical Theda Bara Picture.
And her best effort.
EXTRA ADDED
AIETRACTION
First Big Hoyt Comedy
"A DAY AND A NIGHT"
And It's Some Comedy
WhitneyTheatre
Tuesday, October 16
H A 4 0
TRAVEL FESTIVAL
WITH UNCLE SAMS NAVY I I-
SOMEWHERE4i ATLANTIC
U-s NAVAL ACADEMY
REAL WILD WEST
PERiL, MOUNTAIN CLIM BN
UtANYOTERI=UE
Prices: - 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c
Seat Sale Opens Saturday,
Oct. 13, at 10 A. M.

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WHITNEY THEATRE,
SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT.20
QUEEN OF THE SEASONS MUSICAL SHOWS
The New York Casino Theatre Brilliant Success

WuerthTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: 1s Cents
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous °
Tues-Wed-16-17-"Romona," by Helen
- Hunt Jackson. 10 Reels.
Thur-Fri-18-1g-Vivian Martin in "Little
Miss Optimist." Also Keystone
Comedy. N-
Sat.-2o-A. N. Pinero in "Iris." Aso
Serial, "Neglected Wife," No. 7.
Sun-Mon-21-22-E1sie Ferguson in "Bar-
- bary Sheep."' Aso Homes Travels=
Sand Victor Moore Comedy. s
Tues-Wed-23-24-All Star in "Rasputin
: the Black Monk." Also O'Henry
° Story.=
= Thur-Fri-25-26-Geo.Behan in "Lost in
° Trarisit." Also Keystone Comedy. °
SOrpheumTheatre _
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: :oc unless otherwise specified
Matinees z. 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30 =.
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
Mon-i -Julius Sanderson in "The Run-
away." Also Serial, Helen Holmes, =
"The Lost Express," No. 2.
= Tues-x6-Lew Field in "The Corner
Grocer." Also Comedy and Weekly.
=Wed-u7-Ethel Clayton in "The Woman=
Beneath." O'Ienry Story. =
Thur-x8-Bessie Barriscale in "Wooden
Shoes." Also Triangle Comedy and
Ford. Evening x~c =
Fri-ig-Jack Devereau in "The Grafter."
- Also Triangle Comedy and Ford.
:. Sat-2o-M. Fisher in "Little Girls Who'=
:. Wouldn't Grow." Also Mutual Tray-
- els and Comedy.=
= Sun-2x-Jack Gardner in "Men of the ,
Desert." Also "Do Children Count?"
° 1nveningxii5c.
HITNEY
THEATRE
Wednesday, Matinee and Night
Happy Lou WNhitey
and Associate Players
IN
"THE NET"
Thursday and Friday
The Screaming Comedy
"HELLO, DILL"

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Cncerning the
Hutzel Shop 's Prices
OR WE MIGHT BETTER SAY "VALUES"
Unusual conditions-our selling so large .a proportion of the
women's apparel used here-often makes it possible for us to obtain
unusual price concessions.
BLOUSES AT $5.00
For example, we specialize in Waists at this medium price
include in the assortments all kinds of attractively embroidered
and bead-trimmed Georgette Waists-lovely tailored Crepe de
Chenes of heavy quality-and at even less-$3.98 and $2.98-
these are well cut tub silk blouses whose serviceability and
simplicity recommend them especially for school wear.
SKIRTS AT $7.50 and $17.50
include serge and silk skirt mixtures and plaids of excellent
quality. Beautifully tailored and these moderate prices are the
rule throughout the stock.
MAIN AND VIBERTY STREETS *

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50-PEOPLE---Entire New York Production
Excellent Cast ANAL AND Artists
Music by CHAS. SCHWARZWALD Book by COSMO HAMILTON
Lypios by CARL RANDALL Staged by RICHARD ORDINSKI
20-Delightfully Distinctive Musical Hits
Really the Best Girl and Music Show the Casino ever Produced

Prices Aiwa]
Nights: 14
Matinee:

Same
), 25C

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Prices: 50-75-$1.00-$1.50

Boxes $2.00

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