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RPANY WILL BCE
4,574,331 NEXT

(By Associated Press)
g, July 12.-A statewide- cut1
honie rates averaging close to
cent, outside of Detroit, and 15
Iin Detroit, was ordered by
e public utilities commission
rder was the commission's
o the petition of the Michigan!
lephone company for permis-
establshi permanent rates av-
ast increase of more than 28
It is estimated the commis-
ction will cost the company,
ased revenues, about $1,450,
etroit and $124,331 out in the
gring the. coming yea'r. The
comes effective at noon, Aug-1
Mief exchanges excluded from
order were Bay City, Battle
-4ansing, Jackson, Saginaw,
.apids, Ionia, Dowagiae, Cadil-
verse Cityr an~d Ann Arbor I.
ZHarbor and St. Joseph, al-
,hey had asked to be excluded
e order on the grou~nd they
refer to operate under old
erates, were included. The
ion held it would be unfair
ide a limited territory, per-
the cost of other exchanges,
ce of a statewide rate revision.
lAmission also took a slash in
direction when it reduced the
a of the -company's property,
ich rates are figured. \The
,claimed the right to earn on
0,000 valuation-the conmmis-
ced the valuation at $39,369,-
connection with the reductiojn
don the commission's opiion
:o the behii t~Iat the ttoeks of
pany were arbitrarily increas-
the company was reorganized
ormmjssion set 4 per cent as
iinum amount the company.
aside for depreciation, reserve.
*other state has set so low a
ew status of the Ann Arbor
followin~g the cut in tefe-{
ates yesterday by the public
commml~on will be asfl

More acts are needed for the
Summer Spotlight, which will
be held July 27 in Hill auditor-
ium. Anyone who ,has. an act
or an idea for one is requested
to telephone Jack Briscoe at 131.
Josh Pilots F~ord~
UP DiagIonal Walh
The Dia.gonal walk bids fair to be-
come one of the heavy traffic streets
for Fords according to a recent indi
cation. The other day a pedestrian
was bewildered to fin~d himuelf sud-
denly confronted in the middle -of the
Diagonal by a snorting, rattling ford
in the frantic hands of a wild-eyed
farmer who belived with all conviction
that he had taken the correct'Nieft turn
from State street.
The confused farmer wvas at a loss
to account for the large numnber xof
students who were crowding his con-
cretejpaved right-of-way and tried
frantically to avoid the affrighted ped-
estrains. This zig-zag course of pro-
cedure which the farmer was forced to
pursue was suddenly halted by the
gradually dawning consciousness that
he was on a foot-path for people rath-
er than a turnpike for gas-buggies.
To avoid future consternation
among the Diagonal traffickers a sug-
gestion has been offered to hanga
huge but artistic banner between the
trees over the Diagonal, "TIS IS NO
FORDING PLACE."
ENROLMENT DECREASED IN
ILLI-N0IS SCHOOL FOR COACHES
Following the compilation -of en-
rollment figures for the Summer ses-
sion, the University -of Illinois re-
ports a marked falling off in thie nuin-
ber of students taking courses in the
school for coaches.
The Illini were one of the first to
develop such a group of courses in
athletic coaching, and have spent
considerable time* and money and
done 'much experimenting in endeav-
oring to perfect the system.

A~~~ ~ T e D~ DEAN IiRAIJS TO INSPECT TCypewriing and Mineographix g,p hl sale o
I. CAIMP DAVIS ON AUJGUST a done by 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels' Ar- tionery.40. D.114
cad,-Adv ah. Av
Tokio-The Denby party is on the Dean Edward H. Kraus of the Sum-
fway to Nagasaki.'. mer session will leave Aug. 3 for Pay your Daily suosription at the Pay. your D1il
Camp Davis on Douglas lake, where Press Building, Maynard Stgreet.-Adv. Press Building,]i
-Paris--France 'will keep her dele- he will make a tour of the camp and
gates at .the Hague conference as long inspect the work being done there~
as there' is any conference. He will also visit the University blo-
J- logical' station, which is also located
Belgrade-"Don't blame us; we ;on the lake.A'
Scharge the same as the United States,"'
said? an official of the $10 fee: for vises Building, In UT.S. Increases 'TE AMiUEMEiNT CENTER g
of psspots.New ork; 12.Builing eOF ANN ARBOR
of assort. Nw YrkJul 12-Buldig pr-THE, COOLEST 'THEATRIi; IN ANN
mits for $218,674,449 worth of build-
Amsterdam-The 'Handelsblad says ing were issuedin' the United States T©M AUND ' 'T
'- Dr,. J. C. E verwijn, minister to Amer- during the month of -June, according Itll J~f~V
s ica, now in Holland on furlough, 'won't to Bradstreet :statistics. This figure
G- go back, due to personal affairs. is a gain of, 5.5 per cent over the i e s ti n t ura m a j
n ~building record- Forr May..
- Paris-The Journal says Monarch- .
e fists in Portugal were all set for a rev-i,)w
d olution Sunday, but the government UNPAID SUBSCRIPTIONS
d found out and arrested 100 or so. :.
n All unpaid subscriptions must4
n1 London - Officials doubt a report be paid before July 15 or the $2
that a Greek army is going toward rate will be charged.-
s Constantinople, recalling .a warning Mail checks for "$1.50 r call
If ,given Athens from London on this in person at the Press- building
r- very point last summer when the between the hours of 8 A. M. and
d Greeks backed dlown after similar s 5P. M. I°
C- plans.
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o Leopoldville, Belgian, Congo-Busi-}
e ness is picking up, more than 1,000 Daily Wants Ads bring results.-,Adv!
.t pounds of gold, bullion and about $1,-
000,000 in diamonds going out in May;
the boom is due to aone-third cut in fl A ~s ! d s
n the pay given Negro workers. 3
a Paris-The Journal says a plot has BU _ U_
e been frustrated' by which Germany " U n
-a~nd Russia were to smash Poland and 5 °
come right over and Wipe France off® '1
the map'; two persons are said to have r Ua
been poisoned (no arrested- are known * EAT SMOKE D~RINK * s " fhed'dn't "k
Sto have been made) REoAN LY ; ovE
-om Ali Michigan . men
- London--An American presented at .S
-court says women at the White House ,e ar ivte, eqe ted ,
r- receptions are prettier than the Eng- U and expected to make,
I- lish and the American men look bet- * Use of'B
e teri in their rignified evenin~g clothes, 19u
but she insists Queen Mary is one of U
othe most beautiful and gracious wom-
n en on earth.
itB
d Dublin-Irregulars went" to attack B
F- barracks Ii Carrick-on-Shannon U ______________
(where the'old river flows), but, find- 3u
ing the garrison supplied with plenty * 4 if* A on ey Co " r7
1ofammuntilon, wont back the way 1 1 RMWAI~DS CIGARS CAnxnIES.,
they came, only faster; the Free Stat- * P PRLUNCHlEU "SODxAS S id :kahein, ",nldin"D s 1
ers went right out' after them, -but u * ________________________________________________I1
Y they were all gone. ,1UI Aus3* N "oita FS alt
Books-Bargain] Counter -- c each Last limes 1Tonight: MOCKN[ O'BItN 1I
- at "Wahr'rs University Bookstore.-- ,nn $ COMET] T "LAUGHIINGGAPE S
- pA UTO. LIVERY''
d*' WITH 0R WITHOUT DRIVER Ew
pil416 S" MAInrw Pl. 58J!r'
su pisTry Our Prescriptlon 'Starting
r'sple at, Shampoo for Oily Hfair TODAY
E. BURNHAM'S COSMETICS
U PP LY STORE MRS: T. k. STODDARD 1-.1100 LIGIt_
iiverSity Avenue 707 1. Unverity Phone sa
xr ll Colleges
__ _ __ CH URBUIOUSE inth.e:
Will be open during Summrer
Session -Tastes like home
-Try us - Chubb House is C. I /I I
a stdentboarding house. r
"" 209 SOUTH STATE STREET jAac.e

Typewriters for sale and rent.t
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade--Adv.

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White Swan Laundry" for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.

sdene Rates
ty 2'/ party
Ne,,w Old New
2.50 -2.30 2.2

4 party
Old New
2.00 2.00

Don't forget to pay your Daily
scription.-Adv.

sub-

2 party 3 party
Old New Old New
3.75 3.50 3.45 32 5

SummerS
Secure youi
STUDENTS SI
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-F'rank Mayo in "The
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antd comnedy.

Daily ServiceT
SANDUSKY
he Big Steamer Put-in-Bay) ©

to ,
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This. Week-Stage

'ay - Athletic Club, Whitmore
special frog, fish, and chicken
s. Room -and board by day or
-Adv.,
ce at the Packard-Thursday
at 8:00. Keninedy's All Star

Finest exclusive Excursion Steamer, Largest Ball O'
Room, Finzel's Orchestra. No extra charge for danc-
ing. Steamers leave on Eastern Time.
Every day from Detroit at 9:00 a. im. for
Put-I-Bay-Connecting with Cleveland and -
Buffalo Transit Co., and- Steamer Arrow for
Middle Bass, Kelley's Island and Lakeside.
Sandusky-Connecting with Railroads and Suburban Lines, Fare $1.40
Cedar Point-15 miin. by ferry from Sandusky, Fare including ferry, 1.65
Excursion fares, (returning same day)
Put-In-Bay, week day, 80c; Sundays, Holdays, $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, Dan~cing and many other attractions, several 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 n. m. Put-In-Bay 4:30 p.,im. Arr. in Detroit 8:00 p.,mn
Dancing Moonlights. Leave Ashley & Dustin Steamer Line
Detroit 8:45 p.m. Fare Wed. o
6iThurs.60c~at.CaSun. 75c. Foot of First St. Detroit, Mich,
Write for map folder

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ATT4,1T1O N)
Fraternities, Sororities, Clubs
and other orga nizations
can be well taken
care of by calling
ANN ARBOR REALTY
Nattonal Bank Building ff
Phone 40
Mats.Tues., 425 -0
G ARRICK Thurs,$at04
13th Annual Season-'Tenth Week
The BONSTrELLE Co.
In the Novel, Faacinating, Cape Cod Comedy
"Next: "Miss Nellie of N'Orlesans"
LAST TIME TODAY
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Married His Owe
WTife"
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