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WAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1926

Doctor ZAnda Athlete Son Have "Wheat" Hobby

Students Marry
Miss Gladies Inez McConnal, '26,
was married Tuesday noon to Mr.
Robert 0. Simnonds of Detroit. Mr.
Simonds is a landscape architect and
has studied at Northwestern Univer-
sity, Harvard, and the University ofI
!Michigan.
TYPEWRITING
PROMPTLY AND NRATLY DONV
a0. D. Morrill 1IT Nickels
The Typewriter an Stationery Store
Nights- zSCto $.52
THE .CK M5c, 50c, 75c.
TEGARRICK COMPANY
Thrilling Mystery Melodrama
jShooting Shddows "
[First Titne iiLDetroit)

ITODAY W UFERIII- TODAY

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4 Drama 1IoF nhe ffIs Qof .
9YhjiONN-GO DEN f'u
. from PEARL FRANKLIN'S DRPAA 'OWDY FOLKS,
OP A GIRL. WHOSE SOUL. WAS SAVD AGAINST HER WAIL
r M~ADGE bELLAtiY - PAUL FANIIR~
ZASU PITTS -ALEC b. FRANCIS
LESLIE FENTON - OTIS HARLAN

One of the lea:ding pliysieia s and surgconLs of Wichita, Kan., has a pe culiar hobby, that of wheat farming.
This hobby, IIOV, - L. rins him good incomew. Dr. J. 1). Updegraff, left, above, with the aid of his son, Alpha,
one of the lead jog high sehrel t1hi1 lip, Kns<<s, has dust comuplet ed lharv esting with a combine more than 300
acres of wheat.,

/BRAE -
- WHE;RE ,YOU $EHI, AT 1hOME -
4 rl1Oc
* James Oliver Cutwood's-
" "When the'_door Opened "
3 ' SUNDAY
:Buster Keaton and The Cow in
{ "'GO WEST"
'RAAE _

Scenano Ay Eve (ksell
VICTGI\ SCHfRTZINGEK
SCHED)ULE SUNDAY
M ati ii e s P i cl a D a
2:00 - 3:30 IOC 25c 35Saiccl Da
Nights iH'
7:30- 9:u oo uc 5 oc THlE I)ANGER GIRL

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ALSO
COMEDY
FOX NEWS
FE LIX

TO HOLD SCHOOL PINO
CHAMPIONSHIPlCON'ETi
DETRzOIT. July 2S 0l'I TI 1
piano-playing ehamIpion of h.iga
sc o l i l h I A r i ( ''if plans 1to he forim ilil tl i , h re ug u
16-19 at the second :a nnual con ne. utioni he Nt lj a ts N o h it '
Association arc e e If; 1ectivox. The
contest to dot ermine t ihe beyst child
pianist in Det roit hi:,met sac suei 'P
cess that Frank IJ. a Iey pr-ls!dnt

One ht1on sand inn 1sicin reha ii ts anad and instincts and as having but a
nmwifaei~orer ifroml Ohio, Indiana,i vague notion that they are Russian.
Illinois, Wisconsin and Mlichiigan ar: They speak Russian, but so profusely
ex:p ect ed to att end the convention.
special decios will be here from !interspersed with old Slavic words as
New York, (leveland ;11d1 Ciceago. 1to be almost unrecognizable.

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Isolated Village
Found In Arctic~
RIGA. Jule 2S (A. P.)- A hitherto
unknown Nvilla go in a renmot e interior
of the Arctic' zone is reportedi by the
R(ussian oflijeer, S. lopow, in the
Russ.k o e Wreni"

of the state asso)(iatii o, is seekinlg to(
havethecontst XI ededto tex Onl his wanderings through northern
tir stte.siib a, Poprow 5! amled ft{oi a village ,
Detroit is the first city in A fl rti c<ii f2 aeadfn l nh ni h
ato vor seen :.Ilia 51 rainger beore. Their
to conduct a piano( playing coultestfor ~i ~Ihuaaso iln te
school children. Dozens 01inoltiies from asnvliuahiatido o anden-
from other c ~ ~ u~itiesol on v~iac
frot ohercites f he oun[.Iy ,-ic l oonthree sides by a vast bog,
keen interest in the oaffair~ lo. who Ii vedl among the villa--
The finals in the Detroit conte st r; i o-;*Iw o yea rs, de:scribeis them as
will be held August 17, a special ent w in almost primeval In their habits
in honor of the Music Mterchasnts;' or-
ganization. Five irls ind1e1b11,______
are the finalists, haivingatindt e t-
place through a5 iso lmnto 0
the Belle IsleS!, ho ' 1:clely
howl. Se veral oalssa0( ft 'l
;onpanies. ,will a iso a1etrl ;ID-IM F( A E o
program.E
A public strootldane ~ill 11he I ,
the frst night of the fuiei o uhour Bacrgain Counterj
'will be sent ever I li( IX bhIock:,
'roped off fron t ralflie. ,vnitmdi, of at
to send a voice ivo n1::!es. H

DANCE TO
Phil Diamond
and His
Eight of Diamonds
At the University's Fav orite Pav ilion
Every Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday Nights
WHITMORE LAKE

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BEGINNING TODAY
~'4
Also Comedy and
News Reel
Afternoon, 2:00-3:35f Evening, 7:25-9:00

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BRGAINVS
TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKS
Awaits You. Additions Daily
Rl UNIVERSITY
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Michigan's cities are
building, building,
building, and lumber
and suplies di~alers
and builders hav' ce
to depend greatly upon
the Long' Distance ser-
vice to hui ry sales and
purchases of the' baild
ing materials that enter
into the makeup of
thousands of homnes,
and business blocks.
Use of Long; Distance
means (quickly han-~
dled orders and ha- ten
ed dleli veries.whc
often means savin:-~ of
thousands of c& itcars in
a constructon pro-
gramn.
There are re-
duced rates on
"Anyone" calls
after 8:30 p. r.
Save t'me and
noney by usmng
Long D~istance
MICHIGAN IHELL
TELEPHONE CO.

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ISLAND LAKE
Nightly except Monday
Sunday Matinee, 3-6
Jean Goldkette 'S Vagabonds

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