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June 10, 1921 - Image 7

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UILY

TODAYI

Final reports and a summary of the
work of all committees will be deliv-
ered at the last sophomore engineer
assembly to be held at 10 o'clock this
morning 'in room 48, Engineering build-
ing.
Prof. Henry ff. Higbie, of the elec-
trical engineering department, will
also make a report on the data whichj
has been compiled showing results ofj
the intelligence tests which were giv-
en to freshmen during the first semes-
ter.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.
GAR R I
The Bonstelle C6.,
"MY LADY FINS

Social Service Association Formedr
Women interested in Medical social
service work have formed a Staten
Association of Medical Social Service
Workers. This organization, under
temporary charge of Miss Inez Walk-
er, of Detroit, will hold a meeting
here next .October at which time a
constitutiou will be formed.
Prof. Wood Visiting In Rochester
Prof. Arthur Evans Wood, of the
sociology department, has spent the
week in Rochester, Minn., where his
wife is receiving treatment at the Mayo
hospital.

Want anything? If you want what
you want, when you want it, use a
1Want Ad in the Michigan Daily.---Adv.
b You can write- better exams
if you have good food.
Try TUTTLE'S for
FUHME-COOK ED
SOn Maynard Street, one-halfE
SBlock South of Majestic Theatre
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WU ERTH.

-.'

"Be-

,Kitch-
news.

1il

TODAY ANiD
TOMORROW

[S WEER~
Stage
oit)--The Bonstelle
"My Lady Friends."

EENP''E RCY

-Last week of
"Way Down

IN ONE CONTINUOUS

SHRIEK

OF LAUGHTER

l1

'ECTION f
'21, is engaged to
21, and not to Rob-
ted in Wednesday's

UR-A NErW NARRPO w
A KRROW
COLLAR
CluettPeabody &Co. lnc Troy, .Y

BEWARE OF
THE BRIDE

WX HEN the bills for Lizzie's schoolin' bega
~Vcome in, "Paw" began to jack up his pi
so that "the whole durn town had to pay for
'eddication'."
But it was worth it, for she sure did "eddicate'
town. And how she did it is going to give you nr
a laugh.
RVNG BACHELLEIS
KCEEPI G UP LIZ

SHOWING THE DARK DOINGS OAF

1[

A- WILD? NIGHT IN ARMOR

OHBOY! IT'S A WONDER

ENID

BENNE

TODAY AND SATURDAY
(ALLISON IN EXTRAVAGANCE
Don't let your Wife or Sweetheart fool you - Look
at their hands first and bring them to $ep
Extrp-agance - Learn flip secret today
'AL ADDED ATTRACTIONS
[ING SUNDAY--TWO WISE WIVES

111

MAJES9TIC
~0NOW SHOWING
Ilie Fesrgust n
In the same play with which
she madei the season's sen-
sation on Broadway
'&Sao~erd and Profane'
Love"'
A' Paramount Picture
Other Features in Addition
UOMIN G WATCH

RQZITA. AND ,B1NGHAM

TODAY - TOMORROW
ELAINE HAMMERSTEINI

ROY AN D

VAU DEVIL L

A Singing

Duo from Native
Italy

A'

S4NDS of pictures.

"POOR DEAR
MARGARET KIRBY"

Act

WONDERFUL
DOUBLE FEATURE
PROGRAM SUNDAY

ALLEN AND DAILEYs
Classy Singers' and Real
Jazz Music
WUE RT H
THWEATRE9

11

P. M., at D. U. R. Station
.YPsI

Three

We're busy developing

all the time.

When

KODAKING

remember

wve re here

to

WHEN YOU
-DET ARE FOR A
LONG
JOURNEY
't'e hest thing that the tourist
can do when preparitg for a
txip in the Amlaicas, in Europa,
1in the Orient, or anywhere e s0
in the world, is to talke the best
kind of - travel funds that he
can fund anywhere, because' the
fulness of enjoyment of his trip
will depend to a large extent
upon his travel money and its
safety and convenience.
The best kind of tourist funds,
that, we know of (and we know
about all of thema) are the A.B.A.
Cheques, which are the inter
nationally recognized travel
cheques of the American Bank-
ers Association, an organization
of 20,000 banks and. bankers, of
which, we are proud to be one.
When you prepare for' that big
trip that you are so eagerly an-
ticipating, let us have a chance
to tell you about,
"A BA" A~Cheques
"the BE~ST funds for travelers"
FARMERS AND
MECHANICS
BANK

TODAY AND
TOMORROW'

you if it's the
1 do."

last thing

11

/

Ifyou frlame me because
I'm An ex-convict, I'll get

assist you,

Jimmy Doyle
straight. But
watched. h i m
"framed" him.

was going
the "bulls"

and

then

II

And -when~ Jimmy had it in
his power to make 'good his
th ret-he 'faltered.

1

We also take

He
squan

was true-blue,
.e and "white"'.

four-
clean

Group Pictures

through.'

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city Ave.-a

330 SOUTH STAT9 ST.
110 SOUTH NAT'SST. '

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