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June 25, 1922 - Image 3

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THE SUMMERMICHIGAN DAILY

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EAGUE BEGINS
FOR SUMMER

IIIENE FISHER, '23, APPOINTED
ACTNix HEAD; COM211ITTEE
MEMBERS NAMED
Ilen'e Fisher, '23, has been appoint-
ed acting president of the Wom'n's
league for the Summer session. Con-'
mittee chairmen have been announced
as fo'lows: Social chairman, Portia
Coulder, '23; publicity chairman,, 1>r.
othy M. Bennetts, '23; member'ship
chairman, Reba Hadley, '23; treasur-
er, Janet Menges, '23.
The league will function during the
summer much as it does during the
regular school year. All social func-
tions for the women will be given by
the Women's league. The first affair
is a lawn party which is to be given
Thursday afternoon on the Martha
Cook terrace. This will be in the
nature of a reception for the purpose
of helping all the. women enrolled in
the Summer session to meet each oth-
er and to get acquainted. Arrange-
ments have been made to have spe-
cial music and college songs will be
sung.
The league has plans for several
other social functions and at least
one picnic to be given later on in
the summer. Membership in the
league for the summer may be taken
out at the booth in University hail
for 2 cents. Last year the membership

totaled more than 400 and it is hoped
that it will be at least doubled this
sunmer.
CRITIQUE
ByG.D.E.
For personal reasons I should like
very much to praise "The Sin of Mon-
sieur Pettipon," (Doran) by Richard
r -!rV', but I find it impossible. It is
far and away the worst volume I have}
read since Buchan's "Prester John.",
It is even worse than "If Winter
Comes."
Connell is simply a third rate O.
Henry-and 0. Henry was a fourth
rate Kipling, and Kipling is the James
Whitcomb Riley of India, transplant-
'ed from England.
Searching the whole volume through
I fail to find a single story, of the
12 which make up the book, with a
single bit of merit. The author shows
flashes of intelligence, even flashes of
cynicism but these are rare and in-
variably badly turned. In the main,
however, he sticks to glib words,
glibber phrases and still glibber plots.
His stuff is too ribbon clerkish even
for the Saturday Evening Post. His
themes might easily come from The
American Magazine, or from a "pep-
py" house-organ.
Watch the building program with
The Summer Daily.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Connell's heroes win against ob- dod; e of my own to him as being
stacles with all the old and stale bags somewhat better, namely writing ad-
of tricks. He has no single sense of 1 vertising. It isn't nearly so p~ublic
the pathos of life, andreven less sense and it is without pretense of being
of proportions. He tries to be hum- arthstic or literary, without, in brief,
orous and simultaneously to show the any smack of hypocrisy. One is frank-
pathetic, and he becomes patheticaly ly, in such a position, a poltroon; one
humorous. And not very humorous. eafns the necessary money, and
His stuff is cheap and shoddy, and I there's the end of it-until the next

wonder that he writes it without gag-
ging, for, surely, he must know better,
must be aware that only shop girls
and school teachers could enjoy such
buncombe, could think of it in terms
of literature.
The chances are that Connell has
had to turn a penny by doing such
stuff, and if this is the case I can, to
some extent, sympathize with him,
understand him. But I recommend a.

time.
I am sorry that Connell's book is
bad, sorry not only, as I hinted at
the start, because of personal reas-
ons, but sorry because I am tired
of re.ading bad books and denouncing
them, tired of conulting the diction-
ary for words of opprobrium, tired
of whaling at puff-balls. But one must
accept such things in this business.
(Continued on Page Four)

Watch the building program with
The Summer Daily.-Adv.
RAIN WATER SHAMPOOS
Marcelling Manicuring
Water Waving
Mrs. T. L. Stoddard
Tel 2652 707 N. University
CHUBB HOUSE
Will be open during Summer
Session - Tastes like home
-Try us - Chubb House is
a student boarding house.
209 SOUTH STATE STREET

Sunday-Tuesday
Norma
Talmadge
IN
"By Right of Purchi s
Mack Sennett's
"The Duck Hunter"

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"HANDS UP"
Take a good look at them. Our Manicure Sets for this summer
add to the comfort and attractiveness of your hands.
"THE -QUARRY"
DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION STORE
Phone 308-Corner S. State and N. Univ.-C. Claude Drake, Prop.

JUNE 26 - AUGUST 18

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SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPING
SECRETARIAL
TRAINING

SHOOT THE CHUTES
Groome 's Bathing Beach

WHITMORE

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Free Picnic Grove

Lunches at "Van's"

Hamilton Business Colleg

The Wisteria Shop and Tea Room
Now open in new location-Cornet East
and South University
Give us a trial for breakfast, luncheon and evening

BASEBALL GAME 2:00 P. M.

SUNDAY, JUNE 25'

STATE AND WILLIAM STS.

ANN ARBOR

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meals.

Foun'ain refreshments a specialty
Open 7:30 a. m. to 11 p. m.

LUSCIOUS
LIGHT
LUNCHES

SNAPPY
SODA
SERVICE

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Gbinesc Garbeus
Sunday- Dinner-90c
SOUP-Creme of Chicken.
RELISHES-Young Onions and Radishes.
MEATS-Baked Young Chicken with Diessing.
Fried Young Chicken with Cream Gravy.

WELCOME

SUNDAY

.-. MONDAY

3 TUESDA

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709 North

University

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One-half Dozen Frogs' Legs.
Mashed New Potatoes
SALAD-Cucumber and Tomato.

New Green Peas

CAPTIVATING
CANDY.
CONFECTIONS

COOL
COMFORTABLE
QUARTERS

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DESSERT-Strawberry Ice Cream Strawberry Sundae'
Homemade Pies
ICE TEA, COFFEE OR MILD
After Dinner Mints

The Grand New Symphony of Human Emotior
- LEWJS STONE, JANE NOVAK, WALLACE BEERY, ROBERT
I ORDON, EUGENIE BESSERER, MILDRED JUNE IN CAST

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Shows
Continuous
2-11 P. M,

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'Adults SOc
Kiddies loc

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COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

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THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M.

SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDA

STARTING TODAY
A desperate girl stood behind the gun
A crafty man held the telephone!

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Sessue Hayakawa
"Five Days to Live"

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Two apartments, two and'
three rooms; newly decorated front
suite and parlor. Two rooms in
basement for light houseleeping for
two boys, one for chauffer. 2581-R.
502 N. State St. 4-3
FOR RENT-9 room modern house.
Fine surroundings. 1 1-2 miles
south of the campus. N. S. Johnson.
R. F. D. \To. 6. Box 107. Phone
7113-F21. 5-2
FOR RENT-Housekeeping suite-two
front rooms, private home. Also
large room with big closet. 806 E.
Kingsley. 5
FOR RENT-Very pleasant large fur-
nished front room, suitable for two.
One block from Campus. 1449-R.
/ 4
FOR RENT-Cool, clean rooms. Plen-
ty of hot water. 311 Thompson St.,
two blocks from Campus. 4-2

FOR REN~T

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FOR RENT-Cool housekeeping apart-
ments. Two rooms, kitchenette and
sleeping porch. 1207 Willard St. 5-3
FOR RENT-Three beautiful furnish-
ed rooms for summer students. 519
E. Catherine St. Phone 215-J. 5
FOR RENT - Good rooms for men,
three blocks from the campus. 718
Arbor St. Phone 1043-M. 5

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FOR RENT-Unfurnished rooms
the year. Also furnished house
summer. 226 12th St.

for
for
5-2

OR RENT-Rooms for students
summer school. $2.50 per week.
Church St.

for
611
4-2

FOR RENT-Large suite, 2 persons,
$3.00 a piece. 910 E. Washington.
4-2
FOR RENT-Room for one or two
girls. 1205 Cambridge Court. 5
FOR RENT-Cool, quiet room for one
or two. 711 Catherine St. 5
FOR RENT-One suite, blocks from
Campus. 914 S. State. 4-2
FOR RENT-Garage, $5.00 a month.
910 East Washington. 4-2
MISCELLANEOUS
MILLER, for three years on the sec-
ond chair at the Michigan Union
Barber Shop, has purchased the 3
chair Barber Shop at 1114 S. Univer-
sity Avenue and will be in a posi-
tion to serve his many patrons, and
the public. 4-3

Awaiting an answer at the end of the wire an
editor ready to send his paper to press-with
or without the story that would make this girl
Agan his voice came thru--"Is that story O.K?"
Again the girl's comnmand--"Say No!"
A quivering pause-and then a shot!

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The dreamer-artist lost his heart to an exquisite little Chih
Cinderella. For five days' bliss with her, he pledged his life.
The story of his love, his danger and his marvelous escape f
the Valley of the Shadow has been called the purest romance s
"Romeo and Juliet."
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Chi Rho fraternity pin
on back. Finder call
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wrist watch, name on
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Sunday
Schedule
1.30
3.00
4.30'
7.30
9.00

Added-A Christy Comedy
"COLD FEET"
But she had a warm heart
Featuring VIORA DANIEL

Prices
Matinee
25 and 35
Evening
25 and 35
Kiddies 10c

MUSICAL PRESENTATION
OVERTURE
"La Burlesque".........Suppe
SELECTION
"Faust"............... Gounod
Nicholas Falcone, Director

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