ALS IN NEXT TITLE BOUT
AT THE THEATERS
Majestic-Jack Holt in "A Gen-
tleman of Leisure."
Orpheum-Nazimova in Ibsen's
"A Doll's House."
Wuerth - Barbara LaMarr in
"Poor Men's Wives"
BE SUBJECT OF LECTURE
Miss Helen Parkhurst of \the Chil-
dren's University school of New York
City will speak M'onday afternoon in
room 208, Tappan hall, on the Dalton
Laboratory Plan. The lecture prom-
ises to.. be of great interest to every-
one taking education work at the Un-
iversity this year. This is the first
of a series' of lectures which Miss
Parkhurst will give during the coming
month. The remaining lecture dates
and subjects have not yet been an-
"LUNAR ALPS" MAY BE VIEWED
AT OBSERVATORY TOMORROW
Students who have procurred Ob-
servatory tickets for Monday and
Tuesday evenings, July 23 and 24 will
be given an opportunity of viewing,
close range the sections of the moon
which contain the Lunar Appenines,
the Lunar Alps and the "sea of seren-
Instruments used in determining
time, registering earthquakes and a
chronograph which i
observations of the
apparatus for researc
so be on exhibition.
nants and pillows at
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Benny Leonard, left, and Lew Tendler
One of the few southpawing fight-
s in the game today is set to take a
ack at a title. Lew Tendler, Phil-,
lelphian and persistent challenger,
Benny LeonarO, lightweight king,
the gent. He and Le6nard are wind-
g up training for their battle in
ew York, July 23..
Tendler goes into the fray withthe
.ds-as title bouts have gone lately
three to one in his favor.
Since November 1 last year there
ve been four big championshipa
fights and kings have been dethroned#
in three of them. Mickey Walkerf
grabbed Jack Britton's welterweight
crown, Pancho Villa took away Jimmy
Wilde's headgear and Eugene Cxiqui 1
ousted Champion Kilbane. Of all the ,
kings who have fought of late Jack
Dempsey is the only one to keep his
apologies to energetic press agents
and managers. The two met a year
ago and Tendler gave Leonard the
hardest battle of his career. Leonard
has been known to "carry along" his
opponents. He had to let himself
out against Tendler. The Quaker
City lad had him in danger once or
Garrick (Detroit) --The Bon-
stelle company in "The Gold
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pacing the streets to
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in his wares. A want
ad. would cover a great.
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crown safe. Leonard seems confident that he
Tendler deserves the crack at Leon- will win. His absence from the ring
ard. He has ,the best chance of any M5arring a couple of small bouts, has1
man in the lightweight class-with due n't hurt him, h avers
T THE THEA TERS
b A aSTIC
Described as a high class comedy-
Lma with a crook flavor, "A Gentel-
An of Leisure,' 'the new Paramount
ture starring Jack Holt, will be
feature at tie Majestic, Sunday,
nday and Tuesday.
'his picture is a story that mixes
ikee pep with English dignity, bur-
rs with bets, and girls with gun-
,y. Jack Holt, always at home in
her comedy or drama, in "A Gentle-
n Gof Leisure" presents an ideal'
nbination of both.
Children of Jazz," a picturiza-
a of. the play, "Other Times," by
rold Brighouse, will open a 'four
rs' run at the Majestic theater,
acreen players of wide reputation
d jpopularity, including Theodore
sloff, Ricardo Cortez, Robert Cain
i Eileen Percy are featured in this
dtio, 'which is a bright and un-
ial comedy 'contrasting the two
here is tremendous power to
>or Men's Wives," the current at-
ction at the Wuerth, from Sunday
L regular he-man is David Butler,
taxi driving hero of "Poor Men's
ves." . He scored a touchdown with
first appearance on the stage and
s been making figurative touch-
vns ever since. Barbara LaMarr as
uira Bedford, a fitter's assistant,
rks with Claribel Hayes, a model in
nodiste's shop. Their struggle be-
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LOST AND ,FOUND
tween wealth, poverty and discontent
is vividly set forth. s
Harry Carry, famous star of West-
ern dramas, has leaped to the front
again in "The Kick-Back," a story
written by Mr. Carey himself and
adapted by George Edwards-Hall, to
be shown, at the Wuerth, Wednesday
through Saturday. The picture por-
trays the adventures of a cowboy who
is beset by a band of thieves who
covet his property and his sweetheart.
After many bitter struggles he wins
a brilliant victry over his opponents.
Henrik Ibsen's famous play, "A
Doll's House," featuring Nazimova
will be shown at the Orpheum theater
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The
scene of this story is in Norway. It
is perhaps th most widely read and
most popular of all of Ibsen's works.
Bull Montana in a "Punctured
Prince" and International news will
be added attractions on these days.
The program for the remainder of
the week at the Orpheum theater will
be announced in the Daily at a later
Wisconsin-More than 177 students
are enrolled in the six courses in
journalism conducted at the Univer-
sity this summer. This number in-
cludes high school and college teach-
ers "of journalistic writing and mem-
bers of student publications.
Minnesota-An increase of 10 per
cent over last year's enrollment mark-
ed the opening of the summer session,
3,126 being registered at the univer-
sity. This is the largest summer ses-
sion yet -conducted here. Nearly half
of the students are Minnesota grade
and secondary teachers, taking advan-
tage of the opportunity of summer
work to increase their equipment for
the next year.
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New Soloist at Baptist Church
Mrs. Annis Dexter Gray, formerly
the contralto soloist of the Detroit
Presbyterian church has accepted the
offer of contralto soloist at the First
Baptist church on East Huron street.
Mrs. Gray will sing at the Baptist
church for the first time this morning.
She -will be accompanied by Mrs. Em-
ma Fischer-Cross, organist.
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Barbara LaMarr, David Butler
and Zazu Pitts in
"POOR MEN'S WIVES'"
Charlie Murray in
THE PILL POUNDER "
Thurs. Thru Sa.-
Coming--FLORENCE REED in
"THE BLACK PANTHER'S CUB"
Nazimova in Ibsen's
"A DOLL'S HOUSE"
"A PUNCTURED PRINCE"
To be announced
Coming- OWEN MOORE in
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The finest exclusive excursion steamer, the Put-in-Bay, noted for
its large ballroom, makes this trip a memorable one. Orchestra and
dancing aboard, without extra charge. Cafeteria aboard.
Four hours crammed with outdoor pleasures at Put-in-Bay-bathing-dancing-
groves for lunching and athletic fields. See the wonderful Caves, and Perry's
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hors at Put-in-Bayl Leaving Cedar Point at 5 p.im. and Put-in-Bay at 7 p. in.;
arrive back in Detroit 10.30 P. m. Fare-Cedar Point, $1.50 round trip; Put-in-
Bay, 80 cents,
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