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Michigan Daily, 1923-07-15

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league &tilding

1,1oyd( will holdl his last office hours of
the. summier next Friday. from 10-11
o'clock, in the office of ,the Graduate
school.
liNeils' Educational Club MFeels
The Mlens Educational club will meet.
at 7:20 o'clock Tuesday on the second
floor of the Union. All persons who
are interestedl are invited to attend
the noel ings.
Our offer of a pair of extra tros-
ors wvith every suit expires Aug. 6th'.
Saves you fromd $12.00 to $20.00 on a
fouir piece suit.,/- Tinker & Company,
So. State St-adv.

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Today-r
Doris May in "THlE UNDERSTUDY"
"OUR GANG" iii "BOYS TO BOARD"
Wed. - Thurs.-
,john Grilbert in
"'THE LOVE GAMBLER"
Stan Laurel in "THE EGG"
Marguerite LpeL-a Motte in
"JUST LIKE A WOMAN"
Paul Parrott in "PICK AMW SHOVEL"

Today-
Constance Talmadge in
"THE STUDIO GRL "
B3ill Mvontana' in "A LADIES' MAN ""
Wed. - Thurs
Coniway, Tearle in " ROAD OF AMBITION'
Universal Star Comiedy
Fri -Sat. -
Elaiiine ammerstein in
"THE WOMAN GAME"
? Century Comedy

re of the, canipus ever taken from a IlanI~ )Iepltnby a woman . .,olling the -ite of
tnuiding .

was tak~en by Howvard
Texas, while his wife
tflier piloted~ the ma-
,row in the picture
ite reserved by the Re-
site for the Michigan

League building. t is tlhe large square
block diagonally opposite Barbour
gymnasium, bounded by Nort~h Uni-
versity avenue, Twelfth street, and-the
p o o e Mal w i h wl be e tned down Ingalls street,: according to

present plans. Note further theMich-
igan Union, and Alumnni Memorial
hall in the upper left hand corner,
then take out our spyglasses and see
if you can make out President Burton.
Tinging a horse shoe in a f-ri~ndly
game of quoits in his back yard.

IThe way to rent a room is with a
'Daily Classified".-Aczv.
Sh ield yoursel
from loss~ by Fire'. Don't wait
'till after the Fire to give' the
matter, your consideration;
now is the time to think about
it.
FIRE INSURANCE
POLICIES
issued for very moderate rates.
Reliability is the foundation
of all our business dealings.
BU--TLER
INSURANCE
,29First Nat. BA. Rldg.-Phone 401-X-

STIARTING TODAY
Her)ert Brenlon presentS

with
r ces
She'll steal your
heart away.,
Watch her-
RI*cha r('
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Wash., July 14.-(By A.P.)!
owns of Mace and Bruke,
daare reported destroy-
t fires sweeping up the
e of Bitter Root miountain.'
for the lives of, tourists
llowstone trail highway,-!
od from reports conveyed
f~ the flames.
and persons are reported
the twvo towns. M~ace is
the business 'section of
flamies~ and little hope is
ig what remains of the
4 o'clock this afternoonj
iloss was bet ,een $3 00,-
,000 and the progress of
id toy be unchecked. =At-
ck the fir~e by dynamiting
les houses, and fire traps
le because of the high
th'e business section of
letely gone and a large
he resident section. burn-
ing efforts at 4:30 o'clock
short distance up the
SBurke, where the larget

hotel of the :Hercules Mining coin-
pary, together 'with the miners rec-
reation center 'is located.I
The miners of the Rich' Shoulider
lead mines inI~ he district, estimated' at
several thousand, have turned to fight-
ing fire.
Our offer of a pair of extra trous-
ers wiith every siuit expires Aug. 6th.
Savjes you from $12.00 to ,$20.00 =on a
four piece suit. Tinkqr &, Company,l
So. State St.--Ady.
A' very direct and cheap form of
advertising-classifieds. '-Adv.

DEAIN LLOYD TO LEAVE ON
} VACATION NEXT MONDAY
Dean Alfred H. Lloy d, of .the Grad-
~uste school, will leave one week from.
tomorrow for Piseco, N. Y., where{ he
will spend his vacation at his sum-
mer home in the mountan ith're. He
will be gone until September. Dean

B3etty
Coimnpson0 -
ALSOT e
Christie Comtdy I C
tions-ti
"Cold Chills" ime, a 1
_________________ attorney

CROOK melodramia ever reached the ,gl
Hightls of this one. H-ere you have the mostfasci
rook, heroine ever createdp- the most intriguins,
:he most surprising climax, Betty Compson, the
lovely as she is lawless. Richard Dix, the hoal nlv ihhr

WITH

Coming 'Soma-"T HE MAN'

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FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH

CHURCH OF CHRIST
(DISCIPLES)
LANE, IIALL,
F. P. ARTH.TR, Pastor r

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UNITARIAN

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State an~d lluron
Julyi15

H. EDWARD SAYLES, Minster
HOWARD R. CTIAPIIAN,
M1inlster for Studtnt.

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10:3;0
12:00
6 : 30

Bible School,
Mornling Sermoni.
lervice Club.,
Students' CLs ;;.
Christman Endeavor.

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XO0:30 Morning Worship.
-"The MIiiist ry of

Sermon1
Relaxa-

per

word
:e; fif-
ne per

T EE COLORS3 in our
awnings will not fade
under' the hiot rays of
the sun nor will they
"run" during a heavy-
rainstorm. They arer
guaranteed against the
elemnents. They are re-
Itable.
"We Keep Out the Sun"
FOX TEXTILE CON,

11:45 The Guild Bible Class for
Students will. be conductrnc
by Mr. +1eorge ;Bigge, lM.A.
It will meet in the churcki.

tion" by Mr. Sayles.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAkN
CHURCH
(.Missouri Synod)
:Corneor Third alid 11". Huron Sts."
CARL A BRtAUERI, Pastor

FIRST METHODIST CHUR~CH
cor. S., State and iE. washhiigton Sts.
Rev. A. 11. Staler1 1). P., P,. stor
10:30 A. M.: Morninig Worship.
Pastor's Subject:
"THE GOLDEPN PRULE
FOR TODAY."
12:00" 1W. STUDENT CLASS 'at
WEST4EY HALL.~
6:30 P. -M. WXESLEYAN GUILD
DEVOTIONAL MEETING at'
WVESLEY HALL. Leader:
MIR. B3ERYL WRIGHT.

10::,0)Orgmin Period.
10:40 A. Mf. !1orrninlgServic
fes ,or HEN'RY W
FOOTJ'., of the H,
Andover School of
ogy, will preachi.

9:30
10:30
11:30.

Students are invited.,

Gecrman.
l7i;le School.
l eception of a new member
\throuigh the rite of con-
fi rmoation.

The chtirchi close s for a vaca
after this Sunday=.

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'arge room available
next year,. if desired.
usiness men. 1194-M,
hington. 18-p-3
IRSALE
rame garage, several
)ftrellised wood fenc-
en house. Very cheap.
ved from property at!
04 or 2006 Washtenaw-
18-p-2

A wnings'and Tent's
603 W. Michigani Ave.
Ypsilanti, Mich.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
DIVISION AND HURON,

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Cornaer Catherine and Diision, Street

MA CK'

Rev. L. A. Barrtt, D.D.,- Minister
Lewis. C. kebnann,' Secretary Men Students

Henry Lewvis; Rector
SUNDAY SERVICES

10:34 A.

Sermon by Dr. Leonard A. Barrett. Theme: "Can We
Comniunicate with tGod 1" Following the morning serviced
Dr. G. Carl Huber spea;ks to studenlts in summer scho ol.
Theme: "Religion and Science."

8:00 A. M. H~Iy Communion.

ard 'makes
exchanged,
Phone 1718
1-tfr

- Male' -young and
ghing about 150 lbs.
ty Hospital for bloodl
.zloRiML
r'. Morrill. 20-c-3
WY phonograph for
e in good condition.
.in answering. BOX'
ichigan Daily.

Isiand
Wolf Lake Michigan's
most delightf ul Summer
.. Resort ""
An IdealI Plae
To spend a day or week-end
or to geta a
Frog and Chicken
Dinner.
A pleasant motor trip of 28 miles from
Ann Arbor. Take highway M-17 to
Grass Lake, passing thrn,' turn left 4 1-2
miles (following signs) to Mack Island.
Bathing, fBoating, Pish-
ewing, Dancing
NwDinner-dance room may be
engaged by private parties, Reserva-
tions for dinners may be made by tele-
phone.

The Young People will have charge of the service
at the S. G. A. Camp in the evening.

Wednesday
Thursday

Open House 4 to G
Holy +Commnunion, 7:15 A. 41.

"Willialls TMemorial C

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On tie plaza In front of the University Library

10:30 A. M. Morning Prayer and Sermon b7y the Rector.
Siibject: "Is It Healthy to Rennber?"
HARRIS RHALL
Corner State and Huron Streets

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CONGEGATIONAL CHURCH
"THE STONE CHURCHI WITH THE WVARM W ELCOMAE"
State and 1111h,11111s Sts., Opposite R'e ILaw Buihlig
hlerbert Alchinson .Jumip. minister-E. Knox Mitchell, Univer~ity pa
10:30. Morning Worship. Mr. Jum\ will conclude his series of stir
inv"The Deeper Meaning in Some Recent Nv s"tating up R(
Keable's "Peradventure." ' '
12:00 :Noonday Open Forum for Sunmmer Stu~dents. Prot. Thomas, R
formnerly city mnanager of Sain Jose, Calf., will speak on "M1y
venture in Politics."
5:00 Social Hour for Students. Open Air Meeting conducted by
<Mitchell. Topic: "M1y Creed,"

Call 2141-J.
20-c

Speaker:. Dr. A. IV. Stalker, First ML,RE Church
Subject:. "The WJIII andI Religion."
Mass singing. under direction of George O wcar Bowen
Summer: School students and all other Anin Arbor people3
are cordially urged to attend.'

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