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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Theaters
LAJESTIC

the home of resentful, aristocratic rel-
atives.
IWUERTH

ARCADE

co-tarring in the Fox production "Ex-
tra! Extra!" will be the Orpheum
feature for Friday and Saturday.

Jack Holt, the- Paramount starI "For Those We Love," the new Bet-

comes to the Majestic today and Mon-
day in "The Man Unconquerable." The
story is of a dramatic fight for love
and millions on a South Sea Isle of
romance, and is packed full of thrills
and genuine heart appeal. The sup-
porting cast includes Sylvia Bream-
er, Clarence Burton and Edwin Stev-
ens.
In "Evidence" the ;attraction for
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
Elaine Hammerstein is given the role
of an actress wife who is thrust into

ty Compson production, supervised by
the star herself and released through
Goldwyn, is the Wuerth screen offer-
ing for the first four days of the
week. Frank Campeau will support
Miss Compson in this picture. Fran-
cill, "The Radio Wizard" is the spe-
cial feature for the first half of the
week.
Will Rogers in "A Poor Relation,"
will be the attraction for the remain-
der of the week.

"The Arabian Love," the featured at-
traction for Sunday and Monday, is
a story of love and intrigue in the de-
sert regions of Arabia. .
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-
day, Viola Dana will be seen in her
latest Metro success, "Seeing's Be-
lieving." It is a highly exciting play
of laughter, love and thrills in which
the youthful comedienne, in an at-
tempt to prove that it is poor policy
to believe all that we see, succeeds in
involving herself and friends in a pro-
fessional blackmailers' plot.
Gareth Hughes in "'Little Eva As-
cends," is the feature for the rest of
the week. It is a story of the revolt
of a sixteen year old boy who is forced
to play little Eva in a one night stand
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" company.
ORPHEUM
Constance Talmadge in "Goodnight
Paul," will be the chief feature for the
opening program of the week.
Miss Dupont is the star of "A Won-
derful Wife," the attraction for Wed-
nesday and Thursday. The star is
seen in the role of a woman striving
to help her husband's advancement
by vamping his superior officer while
he finds attraction elsewhere in a
second flirtation.
Edna Murphy and Johnnie Walker,

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Caramel Ice Creame.
AND
Pineapple Parfait

Caramel Ice Cream is
a fall cream product.
Pineapple Parfait is
whipped cream and
rich preserved pine-
apple.
Only 60c
a quart at
your
dealer.

Next
Week-End
Special
The
Beaumont
Brick
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C E CREAM
Phones 1427-2830

We do typewriting and
ing. 0. D. Morrial, 17
cadt-Adv.

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TUTTLES

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A place to bring your friends. Nowhere i
the food better; nowhere is the service
more prompt. Open all summer.
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
MAYNARD STREET

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BRING YOUR IDEAS TO THE
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM
SHOE FACTORY
We will make use of them and the best
leather tomake your shoes. Bring your
repairs to our factory at 534 FOREST

flADDIP Thurs..Sat. 5iO
GARRICK ;us-2-0
UUIIUiNights, s.-s-
13th Annual Season Eighth Week
The BONSTELLE Co.
In Augustus Thomas' great American play
"TME COPPERHEAD"
Next week "SHAVINGS"

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News

TODAY AND TOMORROW

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See the Slave Girls Dancing
Shiek's Tent!

in the

"Goodnight Pa

Comedy

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CHUBB HOUSE
Will be open during Summer
Session - Tastes like home
-Try us - Chubb House is
a student boarding house.
209 SOUTH STATE STREET

The
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UMUIU INUKUAI
WILL ROGERS PATHE
- In PH
"A POOR RELATION" NEWS
Is Last Appearance on the
Breen before returning to
the Stage.
OMING THURSDAY
BE F

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4

L. C. Smith, Underwood, Rjyal,
F.emington and otn(,r typewriors for
sale and rent. O. U. Morrill, 17 Nick-
"UL A"SI F IED
CGLUMN CLOSES AT 8 P. M.
WANTED--White student as dish-
washer for either two or three
meals. See Mrs. Bennet at Apostles'
Club, 819 S. State St. Phone 530.
10-2
LOST-Four keys in black case, near
Physics Building. Call 2119-J or
University 47. 11-1
LOST-An old gold locket with photo
enclosed. Return to Box B, Michigan
Daily. 11-1
LOST-Small leather pocketbook con-
taining sum of money. Please return
to Daily office. 10-2
FIFTEEN men want to rent rooms in
same house for next year. Address
Box H. H., care of Summer Daily.
10-2

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See the Cut-Throat
Arabs dicing for their
white 'girl captive.

------- - -- - ADDED ATTRACTIONS-- - - - ----- -
"HOLD THE LINE" - A SUNSHINE COMEDY
LATEST NEWS ARCADE ORCHESTRA
PRICES SUNDAY SCHEDULE
MATINEE MATINEE
25 AND 35ICENTS 1:30 - 3:00 - 4:30
EVENING
25 AND 85 CENTS EVENING
KIDDIES-10 CTS, 7:30 - 9:00
COMING TUESDAY - VIOLA DANA IN "SEEING IS BELIEVING."

The greatest scientific achievement of the age. The miracle of miracles. The most wonderful demonstration
of the mastery of the air ever offered. A tremendous attraction, educational as well as entertaining, espe-
cially for those now experimenting with radio outfits in their homes.

THIS COMBINED BILL REPRESENTS THE GREATEST OFFERING OF TH

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