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August 08, 1922 - Image 4

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New Examination of an 'Old Subject.
Prof. W. A. Prayer.
n1 p._n- Picbar(Il Brinsley Sheridan's
u Px..,I." 'l'lio class in Play Pro-I
2: lion, uner t-h'e direction of Prof.
1). T.iL r. Admission Nvill
t e c arged, (Auditorium of Uuiver-
'audaAugust 12
IS a.m.-xuca No. fourteen-j
Sirut Na tional 'Lank, Detroit, Bob- I
Island, and the Detroit river. Leave
Iat 8 a. m., arrive at First National
2 unk 10 a. m.. Lunch at noon.
Lveon Bob-Lo boat at 1:30 p. mn.
LcaveeIBob-Lo at 6:30 p. m.,
I t i:kstn . lle "Ia., Aug. 7.-An at--
tempt by ieut .J. S. Doolittle, U. S.
A., to skirt the country in 24 hours
Iwith only one step was t hwartedI for
the lime being at the getaway at:
Pablo lbeach bore last night when iL;
spyecially construed )e I lavilan d fo
machfine was wrecked in the surf.
I =a zn , t' f1 Suffe'~ring 3Mental Ills
Londton. Aug. 7.--Dr: Sun Yat Sen,
loiui-hc,!u c;the' SoutherniiChinese
gvvcrnmen-,;t, is suffering from a ment-
Sal trouble which has already requir-
ed the attendance of two foreign brain
specialists, says a Hong Kong dis-
patch to the Daily Telegraph.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-~--- dv.
Pily AVM arots Facs bring cesults.--Adv.

Yesterday 's Games
National League
Boston, 9, St. Louis 8.
I itt 51)nrg 1T, 1'iladeiphia 10.
Chicago -Brooklyn, rain.
Cincinnati-New York, rain.,
Amuerican League
St. Louis 16, Washington 1.
Chicago 12, Philadelphia 5.
jCleveland 7, Boston 0.
New York 4, Detroit 3.
To Try Soft Coal Strike Settlement
Clevecland, A1ug. 7. -_ Settlement of
the ilation v'ide soft coal strike un-
der a government plan that may re-
sult in the making of wage agree-
ments on substantially a national bas-
is will be presented to a conference
here Wednesday of coal operators,
whio dare expected to come from all
p~artsa of the country, with officials
of the uiin miners.
White Swan Laundry for quality
andl service. Plhone 165.-Adv.




Arcade - "The Dictator" with
Wallace Reid and all-star cast;
[ comedy,
Wuerth-Mable Julienne Scott in
"No Woman Knows"; comedy
and news.
Orphaum - "Courage," A First
National attraction; comedy.j
This Week-Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-The Bonstelle
company in "Everyday."j
Complaints against the deliv'-
ery of The Daily may be enter-
ed bi calling 960. If you are
not getting your paper; or if the
delivery is irregular please call
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

UNIH looing the Boulevard. Lack of ap-
KNOW YOURUNVER i 1%oriaions has caused a stop) in the
erecti(n)f the new structure., The
hospital in 1869 a~t its founding was
As soon as construction work is simply a large dweliling house, itua-
completed the University hospital now teo n the campus, that hald been con-
situated on Katherine street, northeast v-rted into hospital with accono--,
of the campus, will be moved into thdatioin for about 20 patients. Pt now
new three million dollar building to his 460 f eeds, an d with the comuple-
the northwest of Sleepy 1Hollow, over- tion of the new building it will have 1
___________________________600 more.
BRING YOUR IDEtAS TO T~iE More than 9,000 patients, represent-
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM ',ing1 practically every s"tate in theo Un-
SI{OIE FAC'TORY ion and as many forftign counrt rie, r
We will make use of them and the best
leather to make your shoes. Bring Sour treated in the Univershy hosital
repairs to our factory at 534 FOREST every year.'
Our prints are made ona JeLx.
Materials that are Eastm . an made and meth-0'
ods that are Eastman aplproved, plus the
experience of our experts are guaranties of
finest quality finishing
Bring us your films




French). (illustrlated). A s
Prof. I. F. Liovilla in.
class in Tntciprea1 v,_ .,edin19
p, in.-_ Excrsion NO. tliirteC'n-
P a ioc t . a 0 ,, ri oParke, D avis com pany , D etroit,
Leave at 1:00 p). m., arrive 3:00 p.
mn. at plant.
p. in. ---illage Lifo in R2oman Egy pt
iiRevealed by Documents in the
i hlig;an Papyrus collecion. (Illus-
trated). Prof. A. E. Doak.
p. in.--1Educational miotion pictures.


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All of Ithe New and Up-to-date Fiction at

5 p. im.---Subject to thle tuuounced.
Prof. C. S. Yoakumn, Cat-rnegie In-
r p. . 0,?l de(Oe-ctliays. FThe
casin Play lProductiHon, iunder' the
irect_ 'on of Prof. I. D.. T. Ilolhatonrl
Admission will be charged. (Audi-I
torium of University ball).
6 p. rrt.-1Il; try and Citizentship; a
" ampoo for'┬░ly Hair
'707 N. University Phone13225

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John Hantcck Said: -
* (IN 1774)
U " HAVE ever considered it as the indispensable MI
.1 duty of every member of society to promote, as
far as in him lies, the prosperity of every indi-
Uvidual, but more especilly of the community in R~
which he belongs."
Life insurance is inseparably bound up with the
prosperity of every individual, faiyi! and community.
U It is a secure and prosperous buinelss arnd satisfactory
to the salesman in every way.
. The JOHN HANCOCK would like to interest a few
ambiiou menwhograduate this year to make JOHN
U HANCOCK selling their life work.
U Statistics on college graduates who have entered
life insurance place it at the very top as a source of
income. Before making a 'decision as to your career
U it would be well to make inquiries of the "Agency
0Largest Fiduciary Isiuini e nln




loma o

of ~lmaks.For
+ it ale an O Rent
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Ann Arbor
Savings Bank
Two Offices:
EN. W. Corner Main and H-uron St
707 N. University Ave.

LThevolution o

if a dip:

There's hard work ahead-
before you can play this horn


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= These are suits that we have rented and are real bar-
- gains. It is seldom that you (;et a
chanice such as this.
-.' ,1.SNG OU "SALE
- 604 E. Liberty Si.

Ordinarily a diploma doest't turn into a horn of
plenty overnight. This truism sums up a good deal
of the advice you seniors may expect to hear.
People who know best don't want you to be im-
patient. They say you can't expect to run things
from the start. Are they right?
To answer that question, look back to the time
when you were freshmen. How many in your class
won any worthwhile campus honors that year?,
And why should they? What kind of a varsity
team would freshmen make?
Wrell, that's 'the way many people. feel about
seniors hoping to run the business world next year.
The ambition to lead is all right. But-in business
as at college-first must come the-try-outs. Then,
if you plug hard, the scrub team. Then, when you
show you've "got the stuff," the varsity.
Published inBut thiroughli it all remember this: the harder you
the interest of Elec. work on the scrub, the sooner you'll make the
ntri Development by varsity and the better you'll cover your position.
all Instiution fthat wihlIWork hard. Keep fit. Don't get downhearted.
be I+eyard by what. Remember, the team will need new blood some
ever helps the day-maybe next game. When your chance comes,
Industq~. be ready.
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Since 18'69 makers and distributors of electrical equipment




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