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TH.E THEATERS

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Folk Songs:
Bendemeer's Stream ..... ...Irish
Gospel Train.....Negro Spiritual
The Zephyr............Mexican
Zummerzetzhere . . . ... English
Mr. Lindegren
Juba Dance ..........Nathaniel Dett
Sunrise ............Anton P'rovaznik
C sharp minor Prelude .......Rachm
C sharp minor Prelude. Rachmaninoff
Mrs. Reed
Accompaniments by Russell L. Gee

French Flyer Dies in Fall Jean Casale distinguished him
Darmeraucourt, France, June 26.- the French aviation service
(By A.P.)--The noted French aviator the war bringing down seven
Jeane Casale was killed and his me- planes in combat.
chanic Boulet injured . when their
plane suddenly collap(ed near the Look over the values in ther
village of Bois De Ville near here. fleds.-Adv.

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Arcade-Agnes Ayres in "The
Heart Raider."
Majestic-David Belasco's "The
Girl of the Golden West."
Orpheum- Robert Warwick in
Silent Master.
Wuerth-Coleen Moore in "Brok-
en Chains."

LAST TIMES TODAY'

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COLLEEN MOORE in "BROKEN CHAINS"
STARTING TOMORROW-
Florence Vidor in "Dusk to Dawn"

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TODAY AND TOMORROW'.

Stage-This Week

i and Sir Arthur WAillim Curry /at,
n commencement

T Andrew W. Mellon and Sir Arthur William Curry,
university, Canada, and a former commander in chief
ionary forces in' France, received the honorary de-
at the recent commencement exercises at Princeton.
Daily "Classified" Columns

Garrick (Detroit) - Bopstelle
company in" 7o the Ladies"
RT FACUTY CONCERT
TO G TONIGHT
The first Concert in the Summer
Faculty Concert Series will be givei
in Hill auditorium at 8 o'clock this
evening. These concerts will be giv-
en each Wednesday evening during
the six weeks of summer school with
the exception of July 4 on which day
there will be none. The program for
this week will be given by Mr. Carl
Lindegren, Head of the Vocal Depart-
merit of the Ypsilanti Normal Con-
servatory, and Mrs. Dorothy Wines-
Reed of this city. They will give the
following program to which the pub-
lic is cord'ally invited:
Pauyr Martyr obscur (Pattie) .....
. Paladilhe
0 Thou Sublime Sweet Star (Tann-
hauser)..........Wagner
Roadways..............Densmore
Carl Lindegren
Gavotte . ............Gluck-Brahms
Fantaisie-Impromptu........Chopin
Liebesfr'eude . ...........Kreisler
Dorothr Wines-Reed

Careful Finishing
that Protects your
Negatives
We feel a real respon-
sibility for film left
with us for development.
Negatives cannot be re-
placed, and there are
often several exposures in
each roll that are inval-
uable to the owner. Care-
ful methods and scientific
formulae bring results
that justify your entrust-
,lng your films to our
finishing department.
Of course we are
equipped for enlarging-
let us show you some
samples of,our work.
Kodak Film inallsizes
LYNDON COMPANY
119 N. University

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NOW SHOWING
First Time Ever Shown in Screei Form
DAVID BELASCO'S
Eternally Famous
"THE GIRL
OF -THE
GOLDEN
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with its
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The play that Belasco gave to the stage; that Caruso immortalized
in operatic form; and which afterward was recorded as one of
the greatest literary successes.
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FOR RENT
GARAGE FOR RENT-1113 Michigan.,
Phone 2179-J. 4c-3

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)untable rims and is in
Well sell cheap for
Call Christie, 960 or
4c
ousehold goods includ-
refrigerator, rockers,
le, couch covers, pic-
ans, and crating. Call
pson St. 4p
ust sacrifice a 21 jewel,
d gold watch in perfect
alued at $65. Will sell
11 1525-M evenings be-
nd 8.30. 5-2
ye ten dollars on a new
len only 60 miles. Own-
r. See A. H. Pollard at
e, 209 S. State St. after
U.F.N.
FOR RENT.
ool pleasan~t rooms for
mmer Session and next
ig porch. Close to can-
f .the Washtenaw Ave.,
d. Phone 2482-M. 4c
arge quiet room, single
Reasonable, for women.
half from campus. 1331
5
Rooms $2 to $3. 433
ace. 2397-M. 4p-2
WAXTED
At University Hospital,
work for board in Din-
d at porter work. Ap-
eping Office. 4c-3
ER and typist wanted
e work on the Campus.
ity 92-J or 925-M. 5p
*o men students to wait
, Delta Delta, 718 Tap-
5-3
iters and kitchen help.
a Nu house after 12 or
5
S OPPORTUNITY
as for summer work'
business 36 years. Op-
or permanent connec-
in or write Robert M.
12 First National Bank
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SHOWS
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FOUR BIG DAYS

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Ann Arbor with her great
"RACING HEARTS."

her latest picture a special de luxe summer story with the
nd atmosphere of our famous sea shores was created and
ossible at a cost rarely equally for mid-summer presentation.
ill idolize this petite star as you never did before.
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Light, Swift, and Saucy-That's "The Heart Raider,"
the Ideal Picture for Summer Crowds. The Story of
What a Pretty Woman Will Do to Win the Man She
Loves. Mahlon Hamilton Heads the Good Sup-
porting Cast.

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BEAUTY EXCELS ITSELF.

PRICES
Matinees

ALL SEATS.,.....22c
WAR TAX........e
TOTAL........25c
Evenings
ALL SEATS.....31c
WAR TAX........4c
TOTAL........35c

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