[da V. Jenks, '24, recently appointed
esident of the Woman's league for
O Summer session has had to discon-
tue her studies because of poor
alth. Hr place 'has been filled by
ances Baird, '23. Other acting of-
ers of the league are: Elizabeth
cltlanus, secretary-treasurer, and
ace R. Doughty, '2, social hair-
Rates: Two cents per word
per day, paid In advance; fif-
teen cents per reading line per
rpewriters of standard makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged
cleaned and repaired.
0. D .MORRILL
Nickels ArcadeRIPhone 1718
WO ROOMING houses close to Cam-
pus. One can be had for $100.00
down1, and the other' mostly funish-
ed, for $2,200.00 down. Gorton Real
Estate Agency,' Wuerth Arcade. 8-2
HANCE to save ten dollars on a new
bicycle; ridden only 60 miles. Own-
er buying car. See A. H. Pollard at
Chubb House, 209 S.'State St. after
5:00 P. M. U.F.N.
QOD SIX room house close to State
St. Suitable for instructor. Can.
be bought for only $5,0130. Gor-
ton Real Estate Agency, Wuerth Ar-
)OD SIX roomhouse with large lot
and double garage . Southeast sec
tion. Only $500.00 dcwn. Gorton
Real Estate Agency, Wurth Ar-
)R SALE- 16-foot Detroit canoe
newly refinished. Two new pad-
dles. Call at 1229 Traver Road or.
Phone 2884-R. 9p
3R SALE-Bargain for quick sale.
Bb Clarinet with double case, $20.
call 991-M. 1026 E. Uniy 8-2
OR SALE-A set of "Harvard Class-
ics." 712 Monroe St. 9p
'ANTED-Roommate- Front suite,
everything new, leather upholstered
chairs. 1 1-2 blocks from campus.
Rate'$.00 pezl week. See Albert H.
Pollard at Chubb House, 209S. State;
St. Phone 3083-J. tn
ANTED-- Student to work nights
7-12 at U-Lunch. Also students to
buss and wash dishes. Jobs good
for summer and next fall. Apply
C. J. Fingerle, Arcade Cafeteria. 8-2
OR RENT-3 room furnished apart-
ment, hot and cold running water,
semi-private bath, $35 per month for
summer, lease for year if desired.
619 Church. -3
OR RENT - Three rooms at very
reasonable price. 1321 Forest Ct.
OR RENT-Cool clean single or
double rooms. 204 N. Ingalls St.
OR RENT-Single garage, 1233 Vol-
land St. Phone 2482-M. 9c
OST-A gold fountain pen on cam-
pus, Friday P. M. Reward. Call'
OST-Gold fountain pen. Call 904-R.
. NORMANTON BILBIE, Teacher of
Violin, Piano, and Harmony (on fac-
ulty of the Detroit Conservatory of
Music) will take pupils through the
summer at 307 N. Main St. Phone
,OARDING-Sanquist Inn, 615 Church
St. A good place .to eat. Rates
$6.00 for two meals, $7.00 for three
meals. Mrs. E. M. Batdarff, man-
VE HAVE room for four more board-
ers at our table. Private family,
8}6 E. Washington St. Phone 2448-
re-Inventory sale at the Phot-Craft
Shop. Bargains in cameras, gifts,
ee those bargains in frames and
framed pictures at the Photo-Craft
Shop, Nickels' Arcade. 9
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version of Edward Nverett Hale's
"The Man Without a Country" which
will be shown Monday, Tuesday and
'Wednesday of next week at the Arcade
It is not a war story but rather a
story of adventure an(d romance made
piquant by dashes of mystery. There.
is portrayed in the picture every char-
acter of love from the love of a man
for a maid to the passionate love of,
country said by philosophers to be
the greatest of all. ,
The pictur'e is being exhibited
throughout the country under the
sponsorship of the American Legion.
in Ann Arbor it will be presented un-
der the auspices of the Erwin F. Pries-
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Tryouts for the editoria
business staffs of the su
Daily are wanted. Studeni
siring to do any work of
kind are requested to co
with, the managing edito
tween 7 and 8 o'clock any
this .week at the publicatic
fices in the Press Building
The Daily affords ;pra
training in newspaper work
in the editorial and busines
Patronize The Daily adverti
TODAY THRU TU
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"The Lights of New York"
"Cameron of the Royal Mounted"
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TODAY THRU TUESDAY
GEORGE ARLSS in "THE MAR WHO PLAYED
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WMG I GWT 1$4 L BS.
Half-Sections .of Jack and Tommy
Few championship contenders have entered the ring faced by more handicaps in their opponents than
T'onmy Gibbons. The above picture illustrates sharply how the odds stack against the challenger. But Tommy
has speed and'more speed that Jack may find somewhat dazzling. The power and punch behind Dempsey's 78
inch reach is the thing that Gibbons must avoid on July 4. His fight will be a consistent fast defense and
Wm. DeMille s
AT THE THEATERS'
- "Only 38," a comedy of character,
featuringt Lois Wilson;uandElliot Dex-
ter will attract, the students to the'
Majestic theater from Sunday to Wed-
nesday inclusive The scene of action
centers around the exciting romance
of Mrs. Stanley, a widow, and Profes-
sor Giddings in a small'college town.
The gay dance in the college gym,
the college spirit, and other campus
stunts are amusing as well as inter-.
"Masters of Men" will be the at-
traction at the Majestic from Thurs-
day to Saturday. This is a realistic
story of the Spanish war period which
is full of action and genuine excite-
ment. Cullen Landis handles his role
splendidly, and Alice Calhoun and
Wanda Hawley .are attractive as pret-
ty maids ,of-:'98.
Glittering' lights and tense moments
of excitement will appear frequently
in "Lights of New York," a drama of
life in a big city. which will be pre-
sented by the Wuerth theater from
Sunday through Tuesday.
This picture is said to display viv-
idly the life from the "bread line"
to the great "gold line."
"Cameron of the Royal Mounted"
with an all-star cast will be shown
Wednesday and Thursday at the
Wuerth. Gaston Glass hero of "Hum-
oresque," God's Crucible" and other
screen successes will again play the
The story opens in Cameron's rooms
in a college dormitory in Scotland.
Cameron loses heavily in a cardr
game, forges a check and leaves school
to escape punishment. He obtains
work on a farm where he is attracted
by his employer's daughter. Teh jeal-
ous rivals are entertaining, and the
-complicating events entering into their
romance will be solved in the pic-
Tom Mix in "Do and Dare," a thrill
ing tale of the American plains and a
South American Revolution will pro-
vide romance, riot and revolt for the
"audience at the Wuerth Friday and
The Orpheum theater presents
George Arliss,in "The Man Who Play-
ed God," Sunday through Tuesday.
On Wednesday and Thursday Mitch-
ell Lewis will feature in the "Code of
the Yukon," a stirring and fascinat-
ing drama of the Northland
"The Poor Simp" with Owen Moore
as the lead. will be shown at the Orph-
eum Friday and Saturday.
"The Green Goddess" will be the
offering of the Bonstelle company at
the Garrick theater during the week
of July 4. The play is a romantic
melodrama in a fascinating oriental]
It will thr ll
atmosphere. The action of the play
concerns a triangle romance with the
"Green Goddess" as an, uncompromis-
ing deity who directs the fate of the
Rajah in the mythical kingdom of
Historical scenes, dramatic incid-
ents in the lives of leaders in Amer-
ican development and a touching
C U3ARACTE It
WITH THIS GREAT CAST
May McAvoy Elliott Dext
George Fawcett Lois Wisa
Alice Calhoun Wanda Hlawley
Earle Williams Cullen Landis
"MASTERS OF MEN'"
in a Mermaid Comedy
"TAKE YOUR CHOICE"
THE ORFULLEST KIDS
"Penrod and Sam"
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lrrned t O hI0 1or'5lily CoIvIIIerIS
arrangedl to bold it over Surd
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The state law requires you to carry
insurance on your cars, covering
public liability and property damage.
We can write this insurance for you.
Call and get our rates.
iisi 1iiisiaul production haS
steal on and received ive
209 First Nat. Bk. Bldg.-Plione 401-M
The new SPECIAL is the
greatest achievement in hand
camera construction since
the introduction of the Kodak.
IT'S no bigger than your
--hand-yet it has a Pic-,
ture range hitherto
associated with large
Seven adjustable speeds from
x to I/too of a second, a
sliding scale that automatically
shows the speed to use and
Kodak Anastigmat Lens f.6.3
-assuring clean-cut negatives
-21 x 3Y inches..
It's on oui Kodak counter.
Price complete $50
H-ere's ,what sl' e (1
id : She
Screen Classic Extraordinary with
Arnold Daly and Mary Carr
Wolf Lake Michigan's
most delightful Summer
An Ideal Place
To spend a day or week-end
or to get a
Frog and Chicken
A pleasant motor trip of 28 miles from
Ann Arbor. Take highway M-17 to
Grass Lake, passing thru, turn left 4 1-2
miles (following signs) to Mack Island.
lathing, Boating, Fish-
New Dinner-daice room may be
engaged by private parties. Reserva-
tions for dinners may be made by tele-
WILLIAM K. McINTYRE, Prop.
fell in love with the world's
champion woman hater-and
LYNDON & 00
719 N. University Ave.
Monday, Tuesday and
Benefit American Legion Children's
But 1HOW she did it-tha
what gives you the laug'hs of
clowns' convention-the stui
of a circus-the variety o-
vaudeville bill-the gowns of
gorgeous fashion show.