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MUSLL SENTENCED TO
IMPRISONMENT 00 F LIFE
Convicted for Murder of Wife; Said to
have Lived in Mantelona,
Grand Rapids, Oct. 4.-John Wil-
liams, alias "James Alerton," alias
"Scott Mausall" who confessed to hav-
ing murdered his wife. Mrs. M. St.
John of Mayfield, N. "Y., was sentenced
to life imprisonment this afternoon.
Through letters found in the prison-
er's room police believe they have
definitely established the man's ident-
ity as Scott Mausall. His home is
said to have been in Mancelona, Mich.
A dispatch from that village this after-
noon declared that Mausall's son was
found murdered in the woods 11 years
ago. Supicion fell on the father but
he went free. Two sisters who lived
in the east died mysteriously about
two years ago while he was visiting
them, the authorities were informed.
DR. MERRILL TO DO RESEARCH
WORK FOR U. S. GOVERNMENT
Dr. P. W. Merrill, formerly an in-
structor in astronomy and a member
of the observatory staff, left the Uni-
versity at the beginning of the school
year to take up a position offered him
at the National Bureau of Standards
at Washington, where he will devote
his energies principally to astronomi-
cal research for the government.
Dr. Kiess, a graduate of the Univer-
sity of California, will fill the vacancy
in the department of astronomy.
Century Publishes Translation by Wier
Among the new publications of the
Century Company is a translation of
the Agememnon of Aschylus by Mr.
M. C. Wier, instructor of rhetoric in
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The Success of Two Continents.
A Pair of Silk Stockings
Cyril Harcourt's 3-act Comedy.
Next Week: "ALONE AT LAST."
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:oo; 9:30
TEXT HOOKS and SUPPLIES
FOR ALL COURSES
Real Values in Second-Hand Books
I. P. NOTE BOOKS
EVERY STUDENT NECESSITY
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Tues., 3-Dorothy Bernard and Glen
White in "Sporting Blood"; Mutt &
W\ed., 4--1. 1R. Lincoln and Frances
Nelson in "The Almighty Dollar";
Mutt & Jeff Cartoon.
T1hurs., 5-Mme. Petrova in "The
Eternal Question" (Ret.), and BIL-
LIEB BURK in "Gloria's Romance"
(ist Chap. "Lost in the Everglades")
i~c. (Season tickets $2.50.)
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
Thurs.-Fri., 5-6-Wallace Reid and
Cleo Ridgely in "The House of the
Golden Windows." Also Bray Car-
Sat., 7-Wm. S. Hart in "The Captive
God." Also Triangle Comedy, Chas.
Murray in "Pills of Peril." Jive., 15c.
Sun.-Mon., 8-9- Pauline Frederick in
"The Woman in the Case." Also
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8:00 o'clock-At Union, meeting of
all interested in military training.
3:00-5:00 o'clock-Gargoyle try-outs,
7:30 o'clock-Commerce club elec-
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DEAN EFFINGER TO DELIVER
TWO ADDRESSES NEXT WEEK
Dean John R. Effinger of the literary
college, will leave town next week to
deliver two addresses. Next Tuesday
morning he will speak at the chapel
exercises at Kalamazoo college, where
his general subject will be on the late
President Emeritus James B. Angell.
After returning to Ann Arbor;Dean
Effinger will go to Menominee,. where
on Thursday he will address the Up-
per Peninsula Teachers' association
on a subject relating to the schools
as an. effective agent for securing
Leave your film at Sugden's.
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Inasmuch as typhoid fever is un-
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out the whole of the Northwest, citi-
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to drink only boiled- water both in Ann
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