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JIGAN DAILY

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pons Cover'ing Under The Attack

brary which is mlaintained in consec- Four Course Chicken Dinner
tion with the depa rtment. Sunday 12:30 to 2:00
I Daily Dinner 6:00 to 7:20
Just call 960, when you have a Tables may be reserved by pl
want,-Adv. COSEY CORNER TEA ROOK~
y830 Maynard Phone 996-W~
Patronize The Daily advertisers.

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careful Finishing
ghat Protects your
Ne~gatives
WVe 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
th at j Usti fy your entrust-
ing; your films to our
finishing department.-
Of course we are
eqhipped for enlarging-
let us show you some
samples of our work.

IToday-
Mary Alden and Dorothy
MacKail in
"A WOMAN'S WOMAN"
Charlie Murray in "HELPFL HOGAN."
Wed. - T/is.
Charles Jones in "JNQWBRIFT"
Joe Rock in "OLIVER iSITEB"
Fri. -Sat.-
"THE GREY DAWN"S
Th e hippy Doo-Dads Wl" he Watch.Dog"

Today-,
Able Gance's sensational production
"I ACCUSE "
Charles Mlurray in "THlE LOVE RIOT"
Wed.,=Thurs.-
Robert W"arwik in "THE SILENT MASTER'
;Neely I Pdatrds in "In hock"
Fri. -Sat.-
NORMA TALMADGE in
(THF, WAY OF A WOMAN"
-Cenitury Comedy

STARTIN G

TOD1)AY

The Yell of the Year!

OAVANCE
INPRICES

K odak Film in all sizes
(NOON & COMRANY
719D N. University.

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BOOTH TARKIN oN J1
Cheese it!
they're here tostorm the
town with laughs.

Weathering champion's bddy blows in the twelfth-Gibbons, left, steps in after causing champion to miss
at long range. Gibbons is protecting himself by covering uip. ,ThL ,ham- ion tried desperately for a knockout
in this 'frame bult the wily Gibbons would not open up.

Classified advertising
gates: Two cen~ts~ per word
rday, paid in advance; fif-
n cents per reading line per
y, charged.
PED-Three or four room un-
ished1 apartment, by young cou-
ivithout children. Desired about
L. 1; write F. L. Troost, 510 Hick-
St., Niles, Mich., giving descrip-
and rent asked. 12c-6
PED-Young and healthy men,
,hing about 150 lbs. at the Un-
sity Hospital for blood 'donors.
Dr. Morrill. 13-3
FOR SALE
ALE-Guitar and portable cab-'
style phonograph. Very reason-

GOPHERS AITICIPA TE
GOOD CREW SEASON
Minneapolis, Minn., July 7.--(By A.
P.)-Prospects for a varsity rowing
crew at the University: of Minnesota
this fall are very bright.
With one of the best courses avail-
able along the Mississippi ri'~er ad-
joining the campus, Fred W. Luehring,
athletic director, had just begun initial
work in the training_ of a crew when
vacation set in, but he plans to con-
tinue where he left off when the fall
term, resumes.
Several shells have been purchased
by the university, and Coach Herb
Watson had a crew of 35 men taking
daily workouts during the latter part
of .the term, which ended in June.
The Gopher Outing clg~b is sponsor-
ing the addition of, this rowing sport
to. its athletic calend4er. If a boat
crew is finally' formed, it is planned.
to arrange races with the- University
of Wisconsin, the Duluth Boat club,'
St.- Paul Boat club, and other aggre-
gations.
PHI D)ELTA KAPPA TO
PICNIC AT WHITM1ORE
The faculty, active : and field mem-
bers of Phi Delta Kappa will hold their
regular outing at Whitm ore Lake,
Aug. S. Dinner, amusements, and a
variety of entertainment will be pro-
vided:
Any visiting or field men who have
not as yet made themselves known are
requested to call Mr. Ralph Furdoin
in the School of Education.
Patronize Daily advertsers.-Adv.

RHETORIC CASES WIL
MOTE TO N. S. BUILING
Classes in rhetoric wbiel (.nOw
being held in West hall will be) ove
to the Natural Science bidigas
soon as the work of razing the pres-
ent rhetoric build'ing is begun, i was
announced yesterday by Prof. 'ThomasI

E. Rankin who is in charge of the de-
partment during the summer.
.With- the opening of the fall se-
mester, most of the classes will be
moved to the new University high
school, although some recitation rooms
will be retained in University hall.
file new high school 'buildirg in which
room assignments for the rhetoric de-
p~rtment have already been made, will
provide adequate quarters for the Ii-

THE CAST
BENNY ALEXANDER
JOE BUTTE~RWORTH
BUDDY MESSINGFR
GLAD YS BROCK WELL
,ROCKLIFFE FI:LLOWS'
WILLIAM V. MONG
GARETH HUGHEIS
MARY PHILBIN

-IN ADDITION-
The New
Leather Pushers
Sfeatring
WGINALD DENNY
TOPICS ORCHESTRA

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Over -- Way Over Everything in .laughs!

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SUBSCRIPTIONS~

Lone 755-W.

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R 'SALE - $175 cash buys my
Scripps-B~ootle, 3 passenger roadster'.
Five wire wheels, spare tire, new
paint. A speedy economical, classy
looking car. Phone 435-M. 14'2
REAL ESTATE
XI ROOM House south of Campus.
fl'xcellent condition. Two car -gar-
age. Price $8,250.00. Call 13223-J.
13-2
]-W HOUSE in south east section.
8,000.00, $1,000.00 down.-Cal,
925-M any time Saturday or Mo-
lay. 13-2
X( ROOM colonial house just being
built in quiet and pleasant location.
Will sell on easy terms and finish
and putW filxtures to suit buyer.
Phone 32j90. 13-2
FOR RENT
R RENT-Pleasant front suite for
one or two, one half block from
Campus. Reasonable. 510 E. Jef-
erson St. Phone 3277-J. 13-2
R RENT- Large room in private.
tome. Phone 2629-M. 13p-2
TYPEWRITERS
,pewriters of standard makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
leaned' and repaired.
0. D). MORRILL
Nickels Arcade Phone 1'718
1-tfr
LOST
ST-In entrance of Union tap room
Taylor's economics and leather note
book. Call McDannel, 2236-R. Re-
ward. 13-2
ST-Brown silk umbrella. Leath-
er handle. Reward. Phone 1325.
13-4
?MISCELLANEOUS

T HIS boy is paging- us,
because. he'knows
that we can- rosponcl to
any call for a win~gs.
We use the b)est ma -
terials and employ oly~
the, most reliable kind
of workmnansIpl. -'Low-
est ,prices.
"We Keep Out the Sun"
FOX TEXTILE CO.
Awnings anud Tents
603 W. Michigan Ave.
Ypsilanti, Mich.

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"Week Start~nt
TOMORROW.
(Monday. July 9)

GARRICK

N~ghtts 25ic- 0c-Thea .l
Tues., Thurs. andl Sat.
25C-ud0c

S HOULD be, paid by July 15th.
Otherwise the $2.00 rate wiii be

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charged.

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Press- Building, or come over to the office
many time before Sunday, the 15th. t

In a Whimsical, Charming Lobe story by a new
author, Lea S. Freeman

The, "Widow"Shno
going produced especially for M~iss Grace George and Win. A. lBrady.
Intended for a vehicle for MAiss George next season.

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WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, JULY 161 "LAWFUL LARCENY"

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