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IOP SUEY from
m. to midnight
hops 814 S. StEte
CADETS TO RE CHOSEN
Several vacancies in West Point
cadet appointments are open to men
from 17 to 22 years of age. Seven,
appointments are to be filled from the
state of Michigan alone. Admission
will not be by examination but Will
be given from educational certificates'
of accredited high schools and to stu-
dents of other universities.
The age limit in the case of ex-
service men is raised to 24 years.
Information concerning these ap-
pointments may be secured from Cap-
tain Robert Arthur of the department
of Military Science.
Play Bo ok's frlust
ffe In By VJune 1io
TO GENERAL LIBRARY TODA
All books out from the circulation
desk of the general library'must be in
today according to the library offi-
You cannot afford to let your house
remain unpainted when with. little
expense it may be made beautiful
and attractive, and value doubly in-
creased. None better made than our
high grade "Lead and Oil" paint. C.
H. Major & Co., 203 E. Washington
St. Phone 237.-Adv.-
We set glass in any part of the ctiy.
C. H. Major & Co., 203 E ,Washington
St. Phone 237'.--Adv.
Fri., Sat., 4, 5-Shirley Mason
in "Love's Harvest," and "Snub"
Pollard in "All Dressep Uip" and
Sun., Mon., Tues., 6, 7, 8--All-
Star Cast in "Blind Youth."
FrankrKeenan in "Dollar for
Curwood's "The Courage of Mar-
Corinne Griffith in "The Carter
Sat., 5 - Geral
"The Woman an(
with Larry Sen
Sun., M\on., 6, 7-
in "The Little She
dou Come," with
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Tick Tack Te
Books and lyrics for the Cosmopoli-
tan club play contest must be submit-
ted by dune 10 to Prof. J. A. C. Hild-
ner, 302 University hall. Taose who,
intend to write music "to the play
should see Professor Hildner between
June 12 and 15.
Fifty dollars is offered for the best
book 'and lyrics, and fifty dollars for
the best music. The play is to be
presented in Hill auditorium some
time next January.'
Shoes and Oxfords
Menr's Bostonian and Packard
PROFITS FROM UNION MOVIE
NEARLY $2b0; 2361 ATTEND
$14.45 and $12.95
* DURING THIS SALE ,
Proceeds To Go Toward Purchasing
Kettle Drums, Racks and
Profits of $236.97 were realized by
the ,Union' at the movie given last
Thursday night in Hill auditorium.
The report of the committee shows re-
ceipts and expenses respectively of
$590.21' and '$353.24. A' total of 2361
tickets were sold.
The proceeds have been turned over
to the Union orchestra fund to be
used for the purchase of kettle drums,
music racks, and music.
The majority of our business is done du
the college year.
We have a large
shelves which we must dispose of before.
mencement, at tempting values tda
#s 25c '
$ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $ 1
May nard 'St.
Also Women's white oxfords at attractive primes
JO YC E
don and Crauford Kent
ture which Deals 'with Real
Can a Married '
Dan was selfish, jea- e
ous, and somnewhat4I-
thoughtless. This led him GE
to believe his wife un- *
faithful to him.
But see how she helped
him in~ his' time of need.
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A Special Pro-
duction in ev-
AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS ATTENTION!
We will pay five dollars for the best photo of our advertisement on the lo
wings of the aeroplane. This photo must be taken while the plane is in the
The best place to secure a good picture will be at the landing field on the Pa
ard road at about 2p. m. Friday at the take-off. Take the Detroit local to (
penter's Corners. Bring your picture and the film to the store whose advei
nIent is on the plane and you will stand a chance of winning the $5.00.
CARTER DE HAVEN
WATCH FOR THE BIG
E TiHOMASn "The Flapper
FOR IT WILL