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rich, anadblatanlt, aninfu
tense - in brief, obsct ne.
Ennui. Ennui. Ennui.

of pre-I

Fwd at summer school this
As me with. it' overpower-
ity,'and I find myself inca-
any sustained or Interested
,ver have I ,been so depress-
rn outft. It is worse than
1.ompany in . the armay.
auine,'myself Ito brief, notes
news"
Sked carefully through "The1
ganst CMiiliation" (S crib-
Lothrop Stddard,'and l
thing 'filled with ;all the'
atrines of ra profound re.ac-
Quce in ,a while Stoddard
[ash of-sense but only rare-
re main; he Lhas laboriously
isheviks, the Views, e S-
Wastea u, thex literatre of
he revolutionary spirit, an
wtell of the American Hall
whichi, As ,every intelligent
owl; is peopled with idiots.
the teliable 'od New Eng
eVand hiere Il beg to remind
New, England, after revolt-
t the B3ritisb4, planned se-
ni. the Union at the Hart-
enton'in 1812, a fact gener-
el oer by northern histor-
wish to be unembarrassed
demuning the south for its
. revolt.
Idard hl s f' gleam of a good
hes, howevr, ;failed to wot
hout prejudice. A much
k is Madison Grant's "The
ft the Great =Race" (Scrib
liever so much more In-
with the ,achevements ai
g fthe Nordice peoples.
's live just published a lt
let orp. Galswrthy and his
richi they are istrbutin
barge to 'anyone Interested
write for it. I recommend:
01lsworthy fanatics, amo r
to notnuber..
sfrom "The piions o A-
doe" (Knpf, gie proric
de of shrewd aphorisms,
ird kinored essays, by the
te and; probably greatest
.eratteur 'o the day.
' to come" (Knopf}),'may
)me iWho have been folldw-
beer and~ phil~sophy of its -
air," Water Rathena, ythe':
reign uminister, qp~Oientof
nd'workr at restratioua in
land, 'who 'was 'recently as-
,proabl y at the instigation
I ~neniies. Personally, a
I adarire the Germans, 7
'miuch'of, is 'phlosophy is
ee ha Was a forward-ook-
w it1W a IfalleluJah ever on
or he ft14ture of mankind'
book Is' better than the
IOAQd $todr 4*Ile
at thiaeiotions of assesI
Intere sting volume .is the
of the TCrown princeo
(Scribner's), I recommend
ite political opinons "-
wev~er re far more ii-=
rthose Hof mst American
Scholars --- but as a pr-
11", and for the pitue it
rf Gran Court life before
gthe wr. Then there is
pa heic abot It that is, at
ry beautiful. 'The death of
lion yokels never moves me
tli a ,.much s a ,reverse of
alling onaae aristocrat. It
pitful, and yet th arito-
$ show$, an inate fineness,
ever pathetic, Is to be ad-
asider the antipod of this,

Bargain Counter-50c' each
s University Bookstore.-
IKThurs- Sat. 25D
Nihs 5-50-75c-s1
nnual Season-Tenth Week
:)NSTELLE Co.
Novel, Fascinaing, Cape Cod Comedy
IAVINGS"
'Miss Nellie of N'Orleeas"
.UN CL~OSES AT S M
-Situation. First-c lass
done prom~ptly. Phone
miornings. 16-2
-Someone to do cleaning
Bird Hair Shop, 5 Nickels
16-2

AT THlE THEATERS

Today-Screen

County f/Joys, Girls
I.enroll For Camp
Arrangements have been completed
for the second annual Washtenaw'
County Boys' and Girls' club camp at.
Camp Blrkett,' Silver Lake. All boys
and girls enrolled in club work during
the past year are eligible to attend.
The boys' section will' begin July 31,
running until August 5, while the girls'.
section will be the following week.
Special arrangements have been
made for daily instruction periods :In
which the girls will be given instruc-
tion in craft work and the boys will
have lessons in judging of livestock
and grain, poultry culling, and splicing
and tying knots. Special teachers have
been engaged to give instruction to
both boys and girls in identification of
'Trees, birds and flowers.,
Among the features 'of the schedule

will be the( evening programs, for
which' camp fire talks will be given
and special moving pictures will 'be
shown,
More than '5t? boys and 54 girls are
expected to attend the camp. Mr. A.
L. Watt, Boys'; and Girls' club agent,
is Ink charge of arirangements. The.
work, is carried on in connection with
the County Farm Bureau.
BOYS WANTED
Sixteen years or older, with
bicycles to deliver' The Summer
Michigan Daily. Excellent pay.
Apply today at the Daily ofuce 1
Press building, Maynard' street.
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STUDENT GEOLOGISTS
ARE "ROUCKING IT"

DEVR E. II. RAJJS RETURNS
VISIT TO KE-N,,tU'CK(
CAIP

FROMI

Majestic-Mary Miles Minter in
"The heart Specialist"; com-
Mdy and news.
Arcade-Eugene O'Bien in "John
Smith"; Sunshine comedy.
Wueith--Donis M1ay in "Gay and
Devilish";comedy anal news.
Orpheum-Frank Mayo in "The
Man Who Married His Own
Wvife"; and Comedy.

Geology campers at Mill Spring, Ky.,
are enjoying real "roughing," accord-
ing to Dean Edward H. Kraus, of the
Summer sessin, who returned yester-
day from a visit to the camp.
The station is located on the site of
an old lumnber carmp on the banks of
the Cumberland river, a short dlistance
from the town of Burnside. The topo-
graphy offers material for a diversified
study of geology which is not available
in glaciated terkitory, such as. Mich-
igan. The scenery is picturesque and

The camp members wei
a typical "mountain evan
on last Sunday, when"
Turpin, a mountaineer pre
erect a Sabbath e5xhortatic
physical exertioni.

j All unpaid subscription
be paid before July 15 o
rate will be charged.
Mail checks for $150
in person at the Press
between the hours of 8 A
5 P. M.
Patronize Daily Adverti

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Straw Hats going 1-4 off
Wuerth Comnpany's.-Adv.

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Special Sale' 72-80f Nainsook B.
style men's underwear, 79c, at
Wu erth Comnpany.-Adv.

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Garrick (Detroit)-"Shavings."

White' Swan Laundry for' quality
and. service. Phone 165.-Adv. '
Daily Wants AUS wring results.--4dv.

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to PUT-IN-BAY
and SANDUSKY
(On the Big Steamer Put- in-Bay)
Finest exclusive Excursion Steamer, Largest Ball
Room, Finzel's Orchestra. No extra charge for danc-
ing. Steamers leave on Eastern Time.
Every day from Detroit at 9:00 a. m. for
PutIn-Say-Connecting with Cleveland and
Buffalo Transit Co., and Steamer Arrow for
Middle Bass, Kelley's Island and Lakeside.

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Sandusky-Connecting 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, weekday, 80c; Sundays, Holidays, $1.15 Round trip.
Sandusky, every day, $2.00 Round trip.
Four hours at' Put-In-Bay; Bathing, visit the Caves, Perry's Monument.
Pavilion, Groves, Dancing; and many other attractions, se'veral 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 V. m. Put-1n-Bay 4:30 p.mn. Arr. in Detroit 8.00P. m.

YOU WILL FIND THE
Farmers
and Mechanics Bank

TONIGHT

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DANCING PAVILI
/ Kennedy's All Stars

A pleasant, conven-
ient and SAFE' place
to transact your
business.

Dancing Moonlights. Leave
Detroit 8:4511. m. Fare Wed.
& Thurs. 60c Sat. & Sun. 75c.
Write for map folder

Ashley & Dustin
°Foot of Firat St.

Steamer Line
Detroit, blich.

Diitmond

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TWO OFFICES;
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330 South State St.
Nilckels' Arcade
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formerly
THE SAUNDERS HAIR SHOP
Mrs. Gladys Ware, former manager of
the Saunders HIair $hop, and Mrs. Grace
X. Cressor wish to'extend ,a hearty invi-
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5 NICKELS ARCADE
Phone 2673M ,
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For ladies and men
In Khaki, Palmn Beach, Linen, Gabardine, Tweed,
etc., for ouin or riding.. Leggings,
Puttees, Golf Hose, Shoes, etc.
W hiteDu'ck Trousers

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LAST T IMKE TODAY
DORIS MAY.
IN.
,"Gay and Devilish"
TEURUDAY - SATURDAY
IRVINE DACHULLK'S
'THE LIGHT IN;
THE CLEARING"

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Bath ingSuit

Peal Drama
Culed From
1 teryday Li fe

Large assortment in wobal , all styles and colors, for
men, ladies and children, at
lowest prices.
Tents, Camp Furniture, Stoves, Grills, Outing
Equipment, Cushions] Army Blankets
and Robes.
SUrplusSupplies Store
21 3 N. Fourth Avenue

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Winsom~e Mary Astor
has an important role and
is sweet, loviible, actable
and screenable. Eugene
O'Brien, masculine to his
finger tips, assures you~ of
an hour's real entertain-a
ADDED
i"LAUVGHING GAI
A Sunshine Comedy
LATEST NEWSQ
CO MIND--ALIC , LAKE in ""It
The Coolest Place in Town to spend an After
W EDN ESTAY - THUR!
MARY' MILESM
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'NESDAY -- THURSDAY
rank Mayo
In
°The Man Who
Aarried His Own
Wi~fe"i
'Robinson Crusoe"
CHAPTER 13
AEDY' NEW:

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