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ro I I us fVE I U lla 0 III,
ication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
ersity. Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 'a. m. Saturday.)
me 3 SUNDAY, JULY 1), 1921 Number 120
r Session Graduates:
dents expecting to.complete' (during the Summer Session) the re-
nts for degrees and for teachers' diplomas are expected to call at
:e of the Secretary of the College or School in which they are en-
and fill out the ngcessai'y blanks preparatory to the payment of the
fees to the Universi'ty Treasurer.
EDWARD H. KRAU.
1Ifen in Summer Session:
fessor J. B. Edmonson, University Inspector of High Schools, and
. Goodrich of the State Department will be in Room 106, Tappan
ilMonday, July 16, from 8 to 12 o'clock. Anyone desiring interviews
ese men will find them available at this time.
MARGARET CAMERON.
nient Bureau:
Students Employment Bureau for Men' remains open all summer
)ffice of the Dean of Students,Room 2, University Hall, to 'serve
wanting part-time work and people' desiring student help.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean.
Night at the %bsemvatory:
Lets for Visitors' Night at the Observatory, July 20, 23, and 24 may
ned at the Office of the Summer Session from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
These ticketst are intended fo students of the Summer Session, who
sent their Treasurer's receiptswhen applying for them. The supply
limited. E. H. KRAUS.

ades as a prim and proper girl study-
ing to be missionary and accepts an
invitation to live with her aunts. Here
she meets James Landon and by skill-
ful wit, she succeeds in winning a:
wager that she can make Landon fall
in love with her.
Constance Talmadge at Orpheum
Constan'ee Talmadge in her latest,
comedy, "The Studio Girl," is thel
current attraction at the Orpheum
theater Sunday through Tuesday. Con-
stance Talmadge portrays another
heroine of the lovable types she is
rapidly making her own in her role
of Celia Laird, who rpns away from
her home and a loveles marriage, by
hiding in Frazer Ordway's car as he
motors to New York. Her adventures
and love in the city make up a most
amusing comedy.
Tearle at Orpheumn
Never has a photoplay carried a
more inspirational theme than "Thel
Road of Ambition" featuring Conway
Tearle, which will be presented at the
Orpheum theater Wednesday and
Thursday.,This is a picture that will
Snd a ready 'response' to the entire
hotoplay public, and it contains the
elements of appeal to persorfs of every
class. There is a well developed love
story in the picture, but like all true
love, it does not run smooth. It is'
love that lights the fires of ambition
along the road for Bill. Mathews and
when the picture comes to its logical
end, the spectator feels that he has
seen a good man win a man's fight.
There is promise of exceptional en-t
tertainment at the Orphleum theater
Friday and Saturday, when Elaine
Hammerstein in "The Woman Game"'
will be offeied as the featured attrac-
tion. The underlying theme of "The
Woman Game" may be summed up
in the familiar old proverb, ,"A1r's
fair in love and war." Elaine Ham-
merstein, the star, is admirably suited
to her role and is surrounded with a
cast of splendid balance.
Betty Compson at Majestic
Betty Compson and Richard Dix
are featured in the pripcipal roles of
"The Woman with Four Faces" which
will be the feature at the Majestic
theater Sunday .through Wednesday.
Betty Compson plays the most unusual
role of Elizabeth Wept, a magnetic
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her talents to a lawful use, Elizabeth four piece suit. Tinker & Company, nants and pillows at Wahr's Univer-
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"The Man Next Door," featuring
Alice Caloun and Frank Sheridan will
be presented at the Majestic theatera
Thursday through Saturday. This' HI a S s L U H
an interesting story of a tomboy girl
mho was reared on a ranch in theLaunderers,* er
valleys of Wyoming by her father who
never understood that millions alone D yers Pressers
would not bring happiness to his
motherless daughter.
Exchange Notes ONE DAY SERVICE ON REQUEST
illieis-Gifts amounting to $32,000, -
income t he used as a loan fund for =_.
students, have been added to the bud- P H I E 1 6 5
get of the University of Illinois. =
Illinois-Forty acres of land for-

me ly used by the department of hor-
ticulture have been transferred to the
poultry division of the University.{
Wisconsin-Twenty-five deans of
women ,and advisors of girls in high
schools and colleges, representatives
iof many states, are attending Monday
afternoon open-forum classes at the
University of Wisconsin this summer.
Wisconsin-Eighty-five per cent of
Wisconsin children under the age of
17 who have begun to work are con-
tinuing in school part of the time.
According to statistics this is a rapid
increase within the last five years.
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Local theater goers will have a big
chance to laugh at and enjoy Doris
May in "The Understudy," which will
be the attraction at the Wuerth the-
ater Sunday through Tuesday. Doris
,May stands out today as one of the
prime comedy favorites of the screen,
and her latest production isabound to
lift her a few more notches up the
ladder. In "The Understudy" she has
the role of Mary Neil, an unsophist-
icated girl from the ,country, whose
adventures on the stag6 in the big city
form a foundaition for a most enter'-

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taining romance.
John Gilbert in his latest Fox pro-
duction, "The Love Gambler," which
will be shown at the Wuerth Wednes-
day and Thursday, plays an entirely
different role from any he' has before
essayed. He plays the part of a
breezy westerner in this story where
cupid deals and hearts aye trumps.
sandrais Stulginska The play has every requirement of
ras Stulginska has lust good entertainment, the theme of sac-
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"Just Like a Woman" at Wiuerth
A cast of screen players whose
juames are synonymous with popular-
S GOING ON *itywill be seen in "Just Like a Wom1
an''at the Wuerth theater Friday and
Saturday. Margaret De La Motte,
MONDAY George Faucett and' Ralph Graves
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Duffenback and Mr. Frank Dean, a lively school girl, masquer-
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