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Excavators working on the new

'pheum-Blanche Sweet in
"Public Opinion.". Also Bray
rcade-. Lockwood and M.
Allison in "The River of Ro.
mance." Also Billie Burke in
"Gloria's Romance", t hird
chapter "A Perilous Love."
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Michigan Union site have the surface
dirt nearly all moved to the back of
the Unioin lot. There it will be kept
until the Union is finished, and will
be used to finish off the grading work..
At present 15 teams are working
on the Union excavation work. Be-
fore the end of the week C. J. Snyder

Definite announcement of the dis-
tribution of reserved tickets for the'
Bryan and Sunday meetings will be
made in The Daily, Friday morning.
There will be two thousand seats re-
served for students for both the
speeches as announced several daysi
Although the Michigan band will
not play for the services, at Mr. Sun-

John P. Clum, of California, will
give the first of a series of travellogue
lectures at 8 o'clock next Tuesday even-
ing, in Hill auditorium.
This first lecture will include a trip
from the Mississippi river to Hawaii'
by way of the Mexican border. Mr.
Clum will probably state some inter-
esting facts concerning the Mexican
situation. The lecture will be given
under the auspices of the oratorical

Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 18.-Because
a man's religion requires that he
shall roll on the floor, shout, sing, kiss
and embrace colored persons, is no
reason why his wife should ask a
divorce, Judge Thornton held today in
denying a divorce decree to Blanch
L. Scott. Her husband is a member
of the Gliggy Blucks church.
Dancing every Saturday Evening.
Armory, Ypsilanti. 19-20-21

Detroit, Oct. 18.-Lieutenant Carl
Krokstoll of Stockholm, reported to
Detroit police this afternoon that
$2,180 in Swedish and American cur-
rency had been stolen from him in a
downtown hotel. Lieutenant Krok-
stoll was in Detroit to purchase motors
and ammunition for his government.
The M. A. (2. football extra will be
pink. Get one.

and Son, who have charge, will move day's meeting, special music will be
their entire force onto the work. arranged for the occasion.

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Pair of Queens", the biggest
dy success that New York and
ago have had in many years, and
h is announced for an engagement
le Whitney Theater, Friday, Oct.
ias as one of its authors Otto
rbach, the man who wrote
lame Sherry," "Three Twins,"
;h Jinks" and several other of the
est musical and comedy hits of the
ten years. Mr. Hauerbach has in-
d much of his humor in "A Pair
uleens," and New York and Chica-
njoyed it even more than that
wright's former successes. When
'air of Queens" appears here to-
'ow local playgoers will see a
uction which taught Chicago how
ugh during a wonderful run of
twenty weeks at the Cort Theat-

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The latest impersonation of the
"little corporal" will be seen at the
Majestic tonight, when Harrison
Brockbank, character actor, will offer
his stirring dramatic sketch, "The
Drummer ]oy of '76." Mr. Brockbank
ohooses td represent the great em-
Copeland and Payton's "Dining Car
Girls," a happy mixture of singing,
dancing and humorous "darkey pat-
te." A special setting is carried,
showing the interior of a dining car.
Charles Olcott who specializes in vo-
cal efforts will hold an important pos-
ition on the bill. His travesty on
grand opera Is reputed to be rather
Virginia Lewis and Jean White
style themselves "a pair of pretty
song larks." Their offering is dainty
and refined and the changes of cos-
tume are many and their wardrobe
is elaborate.
Marlo and Duffy have an acrobatic
act that is different. Their work on
the horizontal bars is great and the
aeroplane stunt is reminiscence of
tHeir narrow escape during their stay
in England during the night raids.
There will be no matinee Saturday.
Mr. Harrison Brockbank, who opens
at the Majestic Theater tonight, comes
with an enviable record obtained the
last few years on both the Keith and
Orpheum circuits. This is his final
Recently Mr. Brockbank offered
prizes for the best essay on his play-
let and Napoleon. The contests were
limited to ,students and created un-
usual interest at both Cornell and
He will repeat his offer at Ann Arbor
and give to the student writing the
best essay a prize of $10. The story
mustinot exceed 00 words. The only
requirement is that the writer see
the playlet and then inject some-
thing about the life of Napoleon.
"The Bird of Paradise," which will
be seen at the Whitney Theatre, Mon-
day, October 23, is a story of the land
in which Robert Stevenson found "life
most interesting"; the land "in which
it seems always afternoon"; where
slender maidens, with black hair and
crimson lips, dance in ways strange
to European eyes. To carry out the
illusion and atmosphere in the play,
native musicians, dancers and singers
are seen, and all the stage effects
where possible, are of Hawaiian hand-
iwork. Oliver Morosco, producer of
this more than successful play, will
offer Miss May Buckley as Luana, the
little Hawaiian maiden.
Steamship Burns at S. Brooklyn Dock
New York, Oct. 18.-The steamship
Brazos of the New York and Porto
Rico line took fire at her dock in
South Brooklyn this afternon. It was
feared the vessel would have to be
sunk to put out the blaze.
Complete play by play account of
the M. A. C. game in the pink extra.
tDo learn -typewriting wel
requires olose applicatiot
A typewriter and free
instruction book from
.AMorri11, 322 S. 8tat4
will do the rest.

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