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POSTERS FOR CHILDREN'
TO BE SHOWN BY LEAGU
An exhibition of posters dealing
with health, citizenship, and charac-
ter for children will be shown the
week beginning July 23 in the West
Gallery of Alumni memorial hall. The
exhibition will be under the auspices
of the National Child Welfare league.
The posters are for the purpose of
providing a visual education for the
children, being a series of pictures
and inottoes. It has been shown in
the University of Chicago, and every
year for three weeks they are exhib-
ited at Columbia University.

WagesW"ar on Opium
Honolulu, July 13.-(By A.P.) -
Liners have been authorized to mount
machine guns on deck for use against
opium smugglers.

*Our offer of a pair of extra tr
ers with every suit expires Aug.
Saves you from $12.00 to $20.00 0
four piece suit. Tinker & Comp
So. State St.-Adv.

IWHITE SWN AUNDRY CO,
Launderers, Cleaners
Dyers, Pressers ::
ONE DAY SERVICE ON REQUEST
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CLOSING 'OUT
ALL TAILORED, SPORTS, AND
PATTERN HATS AT A
REMARKABLE REDUCTION

American
Cleveland 16, Athletics 7.
Washington 8, St. Louis 4.
Chicago 4, New York 3.
Boston X6, Detroit 4.
National
Chicago 5, Brooklyn 1.
St. Louis 10, Boston 6.
Cincinnati 21, Phillies 7.
Pittsburg 10, New York 1.

Puyear and Hintz
328 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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Revised Programs Out
Revised programs of the summer
session oontaining all corrections and
additions to lectures and excursions
to be taken in the egular summer
session program of events, will be out
of the press today. They will bg
available in the oflice of the admin-
istration of the summer session and
in the Natural Science building.

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IFEBC WILL,GIVE
TALK ON GLASS BLOWING,
ETHODS TO BE EXPLAINED AND
DEMONSTRATEV IN'LECTURE
MONDAY
Next Monday Professor 0. S. Duf-
mback of the Physics department,
ssisted by Mr. Frank Shaefer, will,
eliver a lecture on "The Laboratory
Iethods of Glass Blowing". Profes-
>r Duffenback will explain the meth-
is, which will be demonstrated by
r. Shaefer.
This lecture was given last winter
the Physics Society, and proved ex-
edingly popular. Professor Duff en-
ack has received several requests for
repetition of this lecture, and for
tis reason has decided to give itat
is time, so that it may be available
those who may be interested in the
abject.'
r. L. A. Barrett Resigns Pastorate
Dr. L. A. Barrett, pastor of the First
resbyterian church, has resigned, re-:
gnation to take effect not later than'
.e fall of 1924. Dr. Barrett has been
astor here for.12 years.
Patronize The Daily advertisers.'
Classified Advertising
Rates: Two cents per word
per day, paid in advance; fif-
teen cents per reading line per
day, charged.

Works Of Art,
May Be Found On
Class Benches
If you have a little time to spare
and have no profitable way of spend-
ing it, take a look at the works of
art on some of the benches in the
old campus buildings. There are
many curious carvings and drawings1
of great interest.
One bench in prticular seems to,
have been popular. Among the note-
worthy works of art is a drawing of
an automobile, must be a 1904 model.
The words under it are "Chandler",
or Ford". See if you can guess which
it is. On another bench is a fine col-
lection of beautiful girlish portraits,
some not so beautiful.
Many Intials and Dates
Still another out-standing feature is
a severe lady wearing huge horn-rim-
med glasses. There are highly-illum-
inated initials and lates. Some oT7I
these dates go as far back as '92, but
these are rare. The initials include
Michigan and fraternity emblems, the
names of Columbia, Yale and other
well-known collegesl appearing now
and then.
One could go on to tell of the
names of students, many of whom
have long since left their Alma Ma-
ter; of the unintelligible sentences
and football items, but-heck, go and1
see for yourself!
Autoists Killed in New York
Plattsburg, N. Y., July 13. - Three
motorists were killed late Wednesday
at Wolcott's crossing, near here, when
an automobile was struck by a Dela-
ware & Hudson railroad express train.
The way to rent a room is with a
"Daily Classified".-Auv.

Get good values cheap, thru
Classified columns.-Adv.

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GIRLS' CLUB TO HO LD
BREAFASTPAR1TY TODAY
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The birakfast party of the Girls'
Educational club takes place this
morning. The students will meet at
7 o'clock at Barbour gymnasium and
walk from there up the Boulevard tol
a point above the Island. Late yes-
terday afternoon it was reported that
twenty tickets had been sold but more,
than twenty girls are expected to at-1
tend.
Next Monday the weekly meeting,
will not be held, as the breakfast par-
ty is being held instead.
Patronize The Daily advertisers.

Today-
"THE GRAY DAWN"
By Stewart Rdward White.
The Dippy Doo-Dads in
"THE WATCODOC"
Sun. -Tes -
Doris May in "THE UNDERSTUDY"
"OUR GANG" in "BOYSTO BOARD"
Wed. - Thurs.-
John Gilbert in
"THE LOVE GAMBLER "

Today-
NORMA TALMADGE in '
"THE WAY OF A WOMAN"
Century Comedy
Sun.-Tues.-
Constance Talmadge and
Johnny Hines in
"THE STUDIO IRLi"
Bull Montana ip "A LADIES' MAN"
Wed. - Thur"
Conway Tearle in " ROAD OF AMBITION"

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WE WISH to announce
to the general public
that we are keeping open
this summer: We solicit
your patronage.

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TUTLE'S ROOM' LUNCH
Maynard Street

Jack and Jill went up the hill
To spend a shiny new dime.
Said Jack, "Let's buy gum."
Said Jill, "Don't be so dumb,
It's Cohnor's Ice Cream for mine."

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Our offer of a pair of extra trous-
ers with every suit expires Aug. 6th.
Saves you from $12.00 to $20.00 on a
four piece suit. . Tinker & Company,
So. State St.-Adv.

ICE CREAM

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FOR RENT
R RENT- Large room available{
ow and for next year, if desired.
tudents or business men. 1194-M,
r 422 E. Washington. 18-p-3
FOR SALE
R SALE -Frame garage, several
undred feet of trellised wood fe"c-
ng, and chicken house. Very cheap.,
[ust be removed from property at
nce. Call 1104 or 2006 Washtenaw
ve. 18-p-2
TYPEWRITERS
>ewriters pf standard makes
ought, sold, rented, exchanged,
leaned and repaired.
O. D. MORRILL
Nickels Arcade Phone. 1718
1-tfr
LOST*
ST- Schaffer fountain pen, gold
and on cap. Reward for' return to
25 Fifth Ave. or call 3104. Bren-
an. 16-p3
ST-Gamma Phi Beta sorority pin.

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We are going
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and we wa.t every one of our friends to have and use one. There
are no strings attached to this offer. Just come in to our store andE
E receive one of Ehese razors and strops.
= As a special inducement to those who receive a raizor we are =
Soffering a large size tube of Menneu's shaving cream and a large tin
of Meunen's talcum for men, for 75c.
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fingers. But the big things to blends into the color of the skin. =
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gives comfortable shaves and shine which is apt to result
keeps skin in great condition. from shaving.
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Your dealer's supply
will go fast. Call
him now and place
your order.

No wonder there are so many
Connor enthusiasts among the little
folks. Connor's Ice Cream has that
"goody-goody" taste and it certainly
does fill "that hollow spot."
Mothers should encour-
age children to demand
CONNOR'S by name, be-
cause it is a. guarantee
of quality and, purity.

C. A. CONNOR
ICE CREAM CO.

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Sunday
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LAST TIMES TONIGHT
TEDDIE GERARD
'The fatmous legitimate star of
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IT'S so sIMPLE

Enacted in the mid-winter beauties of the Yosemite Valley.
Also a Christie Comedy, a Novelty Reel,
Graphic Cartoon and News.

o D, MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade

STARTING SUNDAY
BETTY AND RICHARD
COMPSON DIX
IN
"THE WOMAN WITH FOUR FACES"
A ifUT Allthe fascination and appeal of the underworld
uJIVJII in this 'perfect crook picture. A corker!

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