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EXCUR'

URDAY S
4 OBJECTS

r the city museum. An
to this effect was re-
lice of the Summer ses-

What is considered the biggeft event

Acts bring results.-

n arbor
,ings Bank

of the Summer session excursion pro-
gram will take place Saturday, Aug. 5,
-Adv, when students will go to Jackson to
inspect the state penitentiary and the
electric and gas plants of the Consum-
ers' Power Company of Michigan.;
The Consumers' Power company
supplies gas and electricity for power
and light to two-thirds of the lower
peninsula of Michigan, serving the ten
largest cities in the state outside of
Detroit, as well as hundreds of small-
St er communities and farms. To quote
a few statistics concerning the etxent
of the company's field: "The Con-
sumers' Power company sarves 89
municipalities in 29 of the 68 coun-
ties in this southern peninsula of
Michigan, combining a population .of

One of the most modern gas plants
in tho country is owned by the Con-
sumers' Power company at.Jackson.
The party will be shown thp'production
of gas and its by-products, from the
movement the coal leaves the cars un-
til the finished products are ready for
distribution.
Tour Immediately After Lunch
The tour of these two plants will be
made immediately after luncheon, spe-
cial care being taken that the party
is broken up into small groups to fac-
ilitate the asking of questions and ex-
planation of the various operations.',*
The total individual expense will not
exceed $2.00. Names of those intend-
ing to take the trip should be deposit-
ed at the door of the Summer session
office, room 8, before Saturday, Aug. 5.

Two Offices:
V. Corneri Main and Huron
707 N. University Avg.

A'T THE THEATERS

Rehearsals iFor
."ilfing.Pot",1
"Rivals" Begins
Prof. R. D. Hollister's class in play
production is gradually working into
form the two plays wich it will pre-
sent on Aug. 10 and 11, tickets for
which will be on sale at Wahr's book-
store after tomorrow.
Zangwill's "'ie Melting Pot," the
first play to be presented by the
class, gives plenty of opportunity for
acting, and, with many of the parts
being taken by experienced actors,
will soon be ready for final presenta-
tion. Sheridan's "The Rivals" is a,
play of a quite different type, and
never fails to be amusing from the
first moment to the last. The cast
for "The Rivals," also composed of
members who have had. experience in
acting and directing, is proving itself
equal to the difficult parts required by
the play, and, with a careful choice of
costumes, which have already been or-
dered, will. undoubtedly make a
worthy offering.j
The class in play production is or-
ganized as a production unit, with
each member serving on committees
direction, or acting. All the prob-
lems connected with the public per-
formance of. a play are dealt with
-~
-'----Last Time Today----
Norma Talmadge

to do the particular work that inter-
ests him
General admission will be 50 cents,
and reserved seats 75 cents.
MUSIC CAPACITY
TESTS OFFERED
"Musical ability is largely a here-
ditary quality." This is the statement
of Prof. C. E. Seashore, head of the
University of, Iowa, who is the orig-
inator of the Seashore tests. These
tests will be given at 2 o'clock this
afternoon and at 7:30 o'clock tomor-
row evening in the Natural Science
auditorium. They are being given for
the purpose of determining ability tol
perceive differences in pitch, intensity,
consonance, or the degree to which dif-
ferent notes, blend, and tonal memory.
For this purpose a number of phono-
graph records have been made and it
is by the means that the tests are{

Attention is calle
of the Sumer ses
the fact that the stu
in the River Rouge
row will leave the
terurban at 1 o'cl<
o'clock, as previous.
Patronize Daily

Try

al abilities of sch
to discover upon
ical instruments
child to be instri

E. BURNHAN
MRS. T. L
07 N. University

qt

is Arcade Cafe-
'ia is continually

means to

about 800,000 including 64 per cent of
the urban population of this part of
the state outside of Detroit. It hasi
about 225,000 customers, gas and elec-
tric."
241,000 iorespower Generators
It owns waterpower facilities on
dam sites lying along the AuSable,
Muskegon, Manistee, Grand and Kala-
mzoo rivers, amounting to 101,000
horsepower. These hydroelectric
plants are supplemented by steam
plants having a total generating cap-
acity of 140,000 horespower, one of
which is situated at Jackson and will
be inspected on this trip.
How power 'is taken from the 140,-
000 volt Au Sable line, and trans-
formed'for lighting and industrial pur-
poses, and h'ow alternating current is
changed into direct for the purpose of
operating the city' traction system,
BRING YOUR IDEAS TO TIFE
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM
- SHOE FACTORY
We will make use of them and the best
leather to sake your shoes. Bring your
repairs to our factory at 534 FOREST

Arcade-Anita Stewart in "Rose
o' the Sea"; comedy and news.
Wuerth - Helen Chadwick and
Richard Dix In "The Glorious
Fool," a Mary Roberts Rine-
hart story; and comedy.
Orpheum- Norma Talmadge in
"Love's Redemption"; comedy
and news.

POPULAR
Ta es,.
'Thurs.
and Sat..

made. Robert Angell, .grad., with the 7,

Thirteenth Annual Season-Thirteenth

Today-Screen

cirii Eo a

MATINEES ( ARRIGK WEEK
i" -( 1DETROIT Nights

tke your meals
)re pleasant.
, ARCADE
FETERIA
in Nickels Arcade

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This Week-Stage

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Garrick (Detroit) -i Bonstelle
company in "Dear Me."

In the Whimsical,

"DEAR ME"

White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
Read the Daily classified columns.-
Adv.

-in-

"Love's

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Redemption
Comedy

News

As Played 2y
Hale Hamilton and Cra

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box
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from
and
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price
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ble.

RTIONERY
have a good line of
papers. Our regu-
prices have 'been
15 cts. to 75 cts.
considered good
es. We are going
discontinue selling
onery and offer any
now in stock at a
ount of 25 per cent.
BRELLAS
offer at lowest
es a large assort-
t of ladies' and
lemen's Unibrellas.
new and very dura-
OAG'5
E. WASHINGTON STREET

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Tennis Supplies
Racket Restringing
24 Hour Service
71 1 N. University Ave. Next Arcade Theatre

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Week of Augpust 7th "EVERYBAY"

Last Time Today

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xclusive Excursion Steamer, Largest Bal, b
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from Detroit at 9:00 a. m. for
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The Coolest
LAST Ti

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From Countess Barcynska's world-read nov
Flung from the sea, a beautiful waif; flung back again into a
with intrigue, bright with adventure, bitter with costly roman
She squandered her love on a reckless youth and was paid i
REAL HEART-DRAMA HERE, INTE
SURPRISING, IRRESISTIBLE.
Directed by Fred Niblo who made
"THE THREE MUSKETEERS."
Rudolph Cameron and Thomas Holding in suppor
Added-Al. St. John in "SPECIAL DEI

"Good Night,
Nurse"

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TED -1By upperclassman and
ther for next school year, apart-
nt with kitchene tte and bath.
one M. Bronson 2676 or address
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dents leaving Aug. 13 would like
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light house keeping. 226
elfth St. 34-2
C-About June 17, Alpha Kappe
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k. Box H. D. S., Daily. 34-3
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rtment for coming year. Box B.
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ok ribbon attached. Call 1847-R.
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Room. Finn
Ing. Steams
Every day
Put-In-B
Buffalo

Of course, it mates a dif-
ference in the way you say
it, if you've married her
the night before.
This glorious fool was
snatched by Cupid from
the very jaws of death,
and woke to find himself
the husband of the pretti-
est and youngest nurse in
the hospital.
Richard Dix and Helene
- Chadwick play the fool.
and the nurse in, this origi-
nal Goldwyn comedy.
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SCHEDULE -COMING-
Matinee "THE DICTATO]
2:00 Featuring
3:30 WALLACE REID'
Evening LILA LIE
7:30, 9:00 THEODORE KOSLOFF

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Middle Bass, Kelley's Island and Lakeside.
Sandusky-Connectipg with Railroads and Suburban Lines, Fare $1.40
Cedar Point-15 min.by ferry from Sandusky, Fare including ferry,1.65
Excursion fares, (returning same day)
Put-In-Bay. week day, Sc Sundays, holidays, $1.1 Round trip.
Sandusky, every day, $2.00 Rfound trip.
Fou~r hours at Put-In-Bay; Bathing, visit the Caves, Perry's Monument
Pavilion. Grove. Dancing and many other attractions, several Hotels.
Cedar Point-Fresh water rival to Atlantic City; Large Hotels, Board Walk,
Thousands bathe here daily.
Returning: Leave Cedar Point by Ferry for Sandusky.' Leave Sandusky
from Big Four Dock 2:30 n. m. Put-In-Bay 4:30 p. m. Arr. in Detroit 8:00 p. im,
Dancing Moonlights. Leave Ashley & Dustin Steamer Line
Detroit 8:45 P.mD. Fare Wied.
&Thurs.6OcSat.&Sun.75c. Foot of First St. Detroit, Mich.
Write for map folder
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In, quenching
thirst it leaves
nothing to be
desired.

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