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to visiting Alumni as well as the Summer Visitors.

Friday-Saturday
BERT LYTE LL
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" THE QUARRY"
DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION STORE

Four Wolverines
National Tr
Four Mchigan men are entered in
the National Collegiate Athletic asso-
ciation track and field meet to be held
today and tomorrow at Chicago. Each
college is.limited to ten men, but the
Smajority are sending but one or two
of their stars. Almost every part of
the country will be represented and
the winners of many sectional titles
have entered. representatives.
Sargent will run in both the low and
high hurdles and although his chances
for first' in either are not so bright
he has- a good'chance to win a few

Phone 308--Corner S. State and-N.'Univ.-G. Claude Drake, Prop.

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"A Trip to
Paradise"

MAJSTIC

ONE STORMY KNIGHT"
Educational Comedy

TODAY AND SATURDAY

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QEORGE MELFORD'S production
"The Woman Who Walked'Alone"
With Milton Sills Wanda Hawley Dorothy Dalton Chas. Ogle

rhaving placed second in the Confer
LIgtered In ence meet.
-MeetThe quarter will be hotly contested
ick Neet In Chicago for by Hendrixonof*California, Welt.
ers of Ames, and Fessenden and Sweel
of Illinois,' who are all fast men and
points. Landowski will be Michigan's the race is- sure to be a close one.
- entry in the pole vault and besides his Michigan has no .entry in this event
Dld rival, Merrick of Wisconsin, he (Continued on Page Four)
ti1 meet some of the country's best
Vaulters- If up to form he will be Typewriters of-standard aks sold
able to otjump the best of them. and rented 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels'
- Schmidt will throw the hammer for Arcade.-Adv.
Michigan, and although he has praeftic-_-
ally no chance of beating Merchant of
California, who looks to be about the
country's best, he may win a place,
v *U®UUUleuUUt Uti
Mthe ouAt Thae G
SicUh aso Je'"" h R T *it
* Ann Arbor to get a cool
p drink or light lunch. R BINDS FRIENDSHIP CLOSER.
SFrom the wealth of styles and
grades in our store you will find
MA it very easy to select theBoxed
SFT~ n tai r a W ting Paper that will reflect
the personality of the one you
, wish to remember.
SI+L SLUCHSClNDO DUT"MORR
d"We try to treat you righB* WR - P E R
* te oa st ppula plae in tP17,NICKELS ARCADE

KEEP

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Other Good Features

Especially during hot weather it is wise to avoid needless worry.
You won't have, to worry about your Clothes.Clianing, if they
are regularly Energined.4

Sunday - Betty Compson-Tom Moore in "Over the Border's

Swissilized Garments Stay Clean Longer

f COMMENCEMENT WEEK END
-- --SPECIAL-----
FRENCH ICE CREAM WITH HONEY AND
GLACE FRUITS
THIS ESPECIALLY GOOD ICE CREAM WILL BE ON SALE
SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT YOUR DEALER'S
IC E CRE A li
PHONES 1427- 2830
Who will umpire the Kiwanis and Rotary baseball game at
West Park at 4:30 P. M., June 29.

PHONE
25"8

Compsz
"Thie Home of Energine"

Cleaning
Pressing
Repairing
Pleating

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209 South Fourth Avenue

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The Stationery and Typewriter Store

RAIN WATER SHAMPOOS
Marcelling Manicuring
Water Waving
Mrs. T. L. Stoddard

Tel. 2652

707 N. University

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THE MUSEMENT CENTRE OF ANN AR OR.
Today and Saturday
The Greatest Romantio Comedy Thib:Year:

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BUILT BETTER

than Cars that Cost Morc

Johnny

Hines

in "BURN 'EM UP BARNES"

CAREFUL analysis of the construction
and complete equipment of the Light-
Six will convince you that it has no dupli-
cate in value in the light car class.
For instance, the machining of the crankshaft and
connecting rods on all surfaces is a manufacturing
practice that is found only on costlier cars.
This particular operation is mainly responsible for
the fine balance of the Light-Six motor and its re-
markable freedom from vibration at all speeds. It
also has an important bearing on the wearing quality
of the car and on its long-lived dependable service.
The exceptional values in the Light-Six are possible
because practically every part that goes into the car
ismanufactured complete in the most modern plant in
the world. Parts-makers' profits are practically elim-
inated. Important savings through better methods
and bigger volume permit greater value to the buyer.
From the standpoint of shrewd investment you should
find out why the Light-Six offers you so much more
for your money in performance, service and economy.

STANDARD EQUIPMENT
Includes cowl ventilator oper-
ated from the instrument
board; cowl parking lights at
base of the windshield; inside
and outside door handles;
large, rectangular plate glass
window in rear curtain; a
thief-proof transmission Iock;
reducing the rate of theft in-
surance to Light-Six owners
15 to20 per cent; and cord
tires.
LIGHT-SIX PRICES
5-Pass., 112'W. B., 40 H. P.

Chassis . .
Touring Car
Roadster (3-Pass.).
Coupe-Roadster
(2-Pass.) ...

$ 875
1045
1045

. 1375

J. Barney Sherry
and others.I

This Is a Studebaker Year

Sedan... ......1750
All pricesf... A. facerry

Washtenaw Motor Co.
'There Is Only One"

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Phone 2558

207 E. Washington St.

MATINEE
2:00 - 3:80'
EVENING
7:00--8:30J
Last:Feature
Starts 9 p. M.
ADDED
"THE LEATHER
PUSHERS"
ROUND ONE?

E didn't know when to stop - one breath-catch-
ing race followed another in hurricane-like
procession. "Burn 'Em Up" Barnes burned 'em up
once too often - and he awakened to find himself
a Hobo!
A romantic comedy, abounding in thrills and
laughs and love interest enacted by the greatest cast
ever assembled for the screen.
- - - - COMING SUNDAY - -----.--
CHARLES RAY IN "GAS,' OIL AND WATER"

PRICES
MATINEE
2k0o
EVENING
Kiddies -a .lime

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SPECIAL
"1ICHIGAMUA"
ROPE-DAY
PICTURES

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FOR RENT
iR RENT - Doctor's and Dentist's
mite of offices--splendid location in
arge eastern Detroit section, prac-
ically unprotected by neighborhood!
hysician. No dentist in section con-
aining 8,000 people. Beautiful of-
ices in new corner building. R. M.
Bates, care of American State Bank,
)etroit. 1-3
R RESIT - To summer students.
Two nice suites, $5.00 per suite, also
singles at $3.00 apiece,. Second
loor, close to campus and down
own. 517 S. Division. Phone
726-W. 1
R RENT-- Two apartments-two
ad three rooms; newly decorated
ront suite and parlotr. 2581-R. 502
9. State. ' 1-3

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Law Graduates, Atten-
tion! Library including Michigan
reports, Digest, Compiled Laws, U.
S. Reports, and several standard
works an different branches of law.
This is a bargain for some one.
Books will be sold cheap to close an
estate. Grand Rapids Trust Co.,
Grand Rapids' Mich. 1-2
FOR SALE-One Vulcanizer and Mot-
or with Lathe attachment, all in
first class condition. Suitable for
use in Dental Laboratory. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store. 208 S. Main St.
1-2
WANTED
WANTED-To buy canoe. Call 683-R.
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MISCELLANEOUS
NATIONAL Municipal Bond House has
opening for college graduate who
desires to enter financial field. Ade-
quate compensation and training
given. State full particulars. Write
Box C. C., care of Summer Daily. 1-2
TYPEWRITERS of standard makes
bought, sold, rented, cleaned and re-
paired. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels'
Arcade.
BUY YOUR Fountain Pen from 0. D.
Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade, and
have your name-embossed free of
charge.
WANTED-25 boys to sell Daily Ex-
tras, Saturday and Monday. Report
Saturday at 7 a. m. at the Press
building.'

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FRIDAY SATURDAY

PAULINE

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