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READ THE LIST BELOW AND SEE HOW WE DO IT!

EY, in "Life's Shop Window." Five
LIN and MABEL NORMAND, in
Taliaferro, in "The Three of Us."
'ABROOK and BARBARA TEN-
Parts.

Thursday, June io.-"THE FRANK CASE," which is now the subject of so
much discussion all over this country.
Friday, June ii.-CHARLES CHAPLIN, in "The Tramp." Also "The Golden
Beetle," a four part Kleine feature.

Saturday, June 12.--TOM WISE, in a reel of solid
Also Emma Dunn, in "Mother." Four Parts.

fun, "The Baseball Bug."

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ABoEL TAIAFERRO, CHA RLES
CIAPLJN, MABElL NORMANJ
Three "movie" stars all in one day
"going some." Come over after
yur first exam and see this program.
:e combination of Charles Chaplin
id Mabel Normand in a reel of rol-
eking fun will make the next seem
t near so hard.
Mabel Taliaferro is at her winsome
st in this stirring romance of the
ild regions, where the stern law of
ery man for himself, quickly sep-
ates the weak from the strong, You
ll be sure to like this play and enjoy
e beautiful scenery and the excel-
at acting.

Wednesday, June 1.
1OWA RD ESTA B ROOK A N1) R.Al
JJARA TENNANT IN "TIlE
BUTEFiLY."
Howard Estabrook is featured in
The World Film Corporatipn's pres-
entation of "The Butterfly," in 5 paris,
based on Henry Kitchell Webster's
well known novel of the same nan.
The story relates how a hunchback,
in revenge against a woman who had
repulsed him, lures her step-daughter
to the stage and assists her to become
a dancer. The girl, Elaine, has two
lovers for one of whom, John Butler,
she forms a sincere attachment. Her
step-mother goes to see her dance, and
the hunchback, still enraged at her,-
murders the woman.

Hulur, laine's lover, is accused Of
liiu% him, but Elaine clears him of the
charge, and Elaine and Butler find
that. the mutual love will make them
happy in marriage.
ThIursday June 10.
TOlE FRANK CASE,
This is a picturization of the story
of tlhe auous Frank case which is just
now attracting such nation-wide inter-
est. While none of the actual charac-
ters appear in the photo-play the story
is worked out to show events as they
occurredl it is not a gruesome story
to fill one with horror, but rather
shows how mob spirit seemingly has
had its effect in the trial of this man.
You may or, may not believe hin

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guilty of the crime for which he is
accused, but we believe t just now
the imely presentation or this story
twill be of interest to you.
Friday, June It.
CII:ARLES 'CIIAPIJN, IN "TIlE
TBA )i ."" 1AGO)LEN

Here's Charlie again, this time as a
"Knight of the Road." The possibili-
ties for fun that this suggests seeni
almost unlimited when it is Chaplin.
Do not fail to see him in these two
reels of mirth.
"The Golden Beetle" is another of
the Kleine features that are always
excellent. The story is in four parts
and deals with the adventures of a
party of Englishmen in the jirigles of
India.

Saturday, June 12.
TOM WISE, IN "TlE BASEB
1IG1."-E[MA DUNN, IN
"MtOTHIERB"
Those who saw jovial, fat Tom I
in "The Gentleman from Mississi
will not want to miss him in the c
edy subject, "The BaseballB
Every baseball fan will want to
this, too. Even if you aren't a
fan you can't help laughing at
Wise. Theatres in Detroit booked
picture for one day and at the
of the day wanted it for a weel
more,
"Mother" is a simple story of a
ther and her family. She has
problems, many of them, but so
them all in a real and convin
way. This tender, human story
its pathos and humor, will apl
to all.

India.

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DrawIngs Exhibited in. Memorial Hall
In order that Michigan men who are
interested in architecture inay have
the opportunity of seeing what is being
done elsewhere, the Architectural So-
ciety of the University of Michigan
has placed over 50 drawings which
have won prizes in various competi-
tions during the past year on exhibi-
tion at Memorial hall.' The exhibition
will be open to the public from 8:00
o'clock in the morning until 5:00
o'clock in the afternoon during the
next two weeks.
Shoes repaired while you rest. 0. G.
Andres, 222 S. State St. eod Tu
When you break a window glass,
telephone Switzer's Hardware to have
it replaced.

SENIOR E110.JEOPATHS DECIDE I University Ave. Pparmacy Martha
FII'TRE LIN ES OF NIE A VIIt Washington Candy, Cigar, CigaretteA
--!and Tobacco., t
Of the 17 members of the Homeo-:_
pathic Medical School who graduate
this spring, 10 will enter into generals
practice and four will start work in
the homeopathic hospital here. One
graduate has secured the position of '
surgeon in the factory of the Ch a-
mers Motor Co., in Detroit and two
others will enter other homeopathic
hospitals.
A E-FRES TENNIS PLAYERS
RE CEI VE INSIA FOR WORtK fX I(

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Four sets of numerals were award- w A & w l t JL
ed to the All-Fresh tennis team by - E GRAVIN T CO.
the board of directors of the athletic JOURNAL BUILDING DETROIT.MICHIGAN
association. Steketee, Coons, Steb-
bins, and Stocking, having played in
most of the matches for the freshmen,
were the ones given their insignia.
Phone 2350. City Taxi Co. tf FASTEST ENGAVERS IN THE WE
Schumacher Hardware Company
308-310-312 South Main Street

209 E. LIBERTY ST.

Phone 1845-M

Closed June I

The

n such a mass of material to con-
sider, to select the prize winner
s is not an easy task. The decision
should not be made hurriedly. So
we ask your indulgence untilJune
d 15. This will give the judges time
e, to do justice to every contestant.
The name of the prize winner, with the
name of his college and his year, will
be published in college publications is-
sued after June 15. If possible, we will
t publish the prize winning ad.
d Any college man, whether a contestant
' or not, who does not see the published
announcement can learn the name of
the winner by addressing an inquiry
t (after June 15) to Mr. Richard Brooks,
care of
212 Fifth Ave., New York City

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S Kitchen furniture

Betsy Ross .Candy Sh
Announce the opening of their new store, cor.

Maynard and

Liberty Streets

TODAY AT HIA. M.

$8-SI0-si12

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the

Sanitary Clothes
Hamper
With double and single door, $8-10
Bath Room Metal Cabinet
Can be recessed or hung on wall.
White enameled inside and out

Betsy Ross candies are home made,
pure and delicious. No finer can-
dies at any price, yet they sell for
only 50 cents the pound.
Be sure to try the Betsy Ross Butter
Cream Chocolates and Caramels.

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Betsy Ross Candy Shop
600 E. Liberty Street

PRICE $5.00.

D CIGARETTE

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INCLUDING
Hart, Schaffner (Q. Marx

BIG REDUCTIONS O NALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE

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