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pa to Hear United
or from Michigan
Thursday

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[ION WILL BE
AT IUNION IN

HELD
AFTERNOON

Senator Woodridge N. Ferris will
eak before the Phi Delta Kappa fra-
rnity Thursday, July 26, at 8 o'clock
the assembly room of the Union
uilding.
Phi Delta Kappa, which is the only
rofessional honoraliy fraternity in
e field of education, will initiate at
o'clock on Thursday afternoon three
culty members ,and the limited.
umber of five students selected from
ose who are here for the summer.
t 6 o'clock the fraternity will hold
banquet, at which Senator Ferrip
ill be the guest of honor and will
ve the principal toast.
At S o'clock an opportunity will be
ven' those people who desire to hear
enator Ferris speak. Either students
r townspeople who arO interested
ill be welcome. Tickets may be ob-
,ined free of charge at the office of
e School of Education or at Wahr's
>okstore Monday or Tuesday. People
ho are especially interested should;
et theirs as soon as possible as there.
e only 250 to be had.
Anyone who desires further infor-
ation may call Mr. Purdom at the
chool of Educgation, telephone 1867.
LSEY WIL A
NEAR EAT EXPEDITION
Due to many requests, Prof. Francis
. Kelsey, of the Latin department,
ill speak tonight on "The University.
Michigan Experition of 1919-20 to
e Near East and Its Results." ThC
oture will be given tonight in the
itural Science auditorium. Professor
elsey was formerly to have spoken
n "Why Has the Turk Come Back?"
hie' lecture will be illustrated and
ronises to be of great interest as
rofssor Kelsey headed this expedi-
on and under' his direction a great
al was accomplished along the
nes of research and discovery. He
'ought back to the University many
3luable documents and relics which
e of great historic value and will
.lk about these as well as about his
xtensive travels in the Near East and
.e Holy Land.
'. ROYAL, AVIATOR,WILL
TAKE UP ANN ARBOR PEOPLE
Ann Arbor aviation fans will have
i opportunity to fly in a real-to-
oodness aeroplane this week end,
ccording to Lieutenant Royal, who
ew here. from Tennessee yesterday.
ieutenant Royal Will stay here over
unday and will take up all wishing
ride, at the Barton Pond flying

CHORAL UNION PANS
GALLI-CURCI TO CO E TO ANN AR-
BOR FOR CONCERT OC-
TOBER 1Ii
The Choral Union concert series for
next year promises to be a great suc-
cess, judging from the - number o"
former artists that are to be heard.
The series will begin on October 19
with a concert by Amelita Calli-
Curci, colorature soprano. Galli-Curci
was in Ann Arbor years ago, and al-
though she was at that time a fam-
ous singer, she is now acknowledged
by many critics to be the greatest
soprano in the world. The second
concert, No. 5, will be a piano recital
by de Parkmann. On Nov. 22 Mozart's
comic opera "Cosi Fan Tutte" will
be sung.
The eminent Russian violinist, Ef-
ren Zimbalist, will give the fourth\
concert on Dec. 12. Theodore Chalia-
pin, the Russian operatic base, will
be heard Jan. 25. The last concert
of this series ,will be February 11.
Erno Dohnonyi, the Hungarian com-
poser-pianist will be the artist.
The Extra concert series will in-
clude five concerts. Sousa's famous
band will give the first of the concerts
on Oct. 22. The Detroit Symphony

.Three reels of educational motion
Pictures were shown last evening in
the Natural Science auditorium, the
first being "Under a Microscope." This
film was of a scientific nature, ex-
plaining the decomposition of water
into atoms of hydrogen and oxygen.
The second and third reels, entitled,
"New Orleans" and "Old New England"
respectively, showed views of historic=
al and scenic interest, those of New
Engfiad being cntered around the
famous towns of Lexington and Con-
cord, Mass.
orchestra will give concerts Nov. 12,
Dec. 4, and Jan. 22. Richard Crooks,
tenor, will be teh soloist at the first
two symphonic concerts, and Arthur
Shalluk at the third. The final con-
cert will be on Feb. 18, when Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Lhevinne, come.

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Today-
"JUST LIKE A WOMAN.'
With Marguerite DeLa Motte,
Ralph Graves and Geo. Fawcett.
Stan Laurel in "PICK AND SHOVEL"
Sun. Thru Wed.
'Barbara LaMarr, David Butler
and Zasu Pitts in
"POOR MEN'S WIVES"
Charlie Murray in
" THE PILL POUNDER"

MOVIES T E L L O F "'Harding to Be Nominated"-New chairman, declared that Preside
Indianapolis, Ind., July 19.-(By A. Harding would be the party's stan
W ATER EXPERIMENT P.)-Harry S. New, postmaster gener- ard boarer in the Presidential electi
al, in an address before a meeting next year. The- party's platform w
iM ; of istoric 'Nature Are Also which welcomed Clyde C. Walb, of La- I be based on therecord of the Pre:
Shown grange, as the new Republican state 4dent, Mr. New said.

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Today-
Elaine Hammerstein in
"THE WOMAN GAME"
"A HOWLING SUCCESS," Century Comedy.
Sun. Thru Tues.-
Nazimova in Ibsen's
"A DOLL'S HOUSE"
Bull Montana in "A PUNCTURED PRINCE"
Wed. -Thurs.-
To be announced in the Daily.

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H. H. Raege
The American Legion and the Vet-
.erans of Foreign Wars have agreed
to co-operate in obtaining the pass-
age of legislation desired from the
coming congress This follows the sug-
gestion of H.' H. Raege, national leg-
islative chairman of the disabled vets'
organizations, that a recognized pro-
gram be adopted.
EUROPE WELL PREPARED FOR
WAR, BAKER TELLS AUDIENCE
Cleveland, July 19.-(By A. P.) -
Europe is now more nearly ready for
war than it was in 1914, Newton D.
Baker, told ansaudience of women
gathered here today to hear the forfier
secretary of war and others outline
the purposes of the League of Na-
tions non-Partisan association.
Lloyd Leaves For E mast
Dean Alfred H. Lloyd, of the Grad-
uate school,.and his family will leave
today for Piseco Lake, N. Y., where
they will spend the remainder of the
summer before the opening of the
fall semester.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly. -Adv.

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AT THE THEATER.'

Screen-Today

Majestic-Emerson Hough's "T
Man Next Door."
Orpheum- Elaine Hammerste
in "The Woman Game;" coi
edy, "A Howling Success."
Wuerth - Marguerite D I
Motte in "Just ike a Woman
"Pick and Shovel."

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Legion Active in I. . XW. Fiasco
Dallas Te:, July 19.-(Ry A.P.)
Assistance of the American Legion
members in Texas "to uphold the Am-
erican Constitution" was offered to I
Port Arthur officials in connection
with the reported I. W. W. activities TODAY THROUGH SATVRDAY.
by John W. Law, host of the Legion
of Dallas, to Com Dr. William E. Hub-
bert, today. Dr. Hubbert telegraph-
eq, the officials that there are enough Emerson Hough S
rock piles in the south to keep them
busy for awhile and out of the 25,000
probably less than 25 will appear for
this employment.

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PRE-INVENTORY SALE
Correspondence .Stationery
at less than cost
This stock consists of well known -
plain and' fancy tissue lined boxes
of Crane's Linen Lawn, Highland
Linen, Hurd's, Whitings, etc.
1Ni .D.MORRILL
.1Nickel'sArcade Open Evenings
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For the Balance of the Summer

The Summer

Michigan

Daily

WILL BE

75 CENTS

Classitied Advertising
Rates: Two cents per word'
per day, paid in advance; fif-
teen cents per reading line per
day, charged.
FOR RENT
OR RENT-Three rooms in Nickels'
Arcade. See 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nick-
els' Arcade. 24-c-2
OR SALE--Cheyrolet Roadster, good.
student car in A-1 condition, cheap.
Call Watt, 727. 24-c-2

It is delivered

Daily Excursion to
PUT-IN-'mBAY

every

morning

except Monday thruout the ses-
sion or mailed anywhere with-
out additional cost.

Co
W

ne Round Trip $ .2
gay (Return Same Day)
Leaves Detroit Daly 9 a. m. (E. T.)

5 Sundays
Holidays

TYPE WRITERS

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atest models, high grade machines,
rented and sold Hamilton Busi-
ness College, phone 342-R. State
and William Sts. 10c-21
TYPEWRITERS
'ypewriters of standard makes
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned and repaired..
0. D. MORRILL
7 Nickels Arcade Phone 1718
1-tfr
WATED
VANTED- Interested in purchasing
pup dog. Call 1855. 22-p
LOST AND FOUND
_,0ST-A silver eversharp pencil on
Church street or near the entrance'
to East Hall. Initials R. S., date
1920. Pleasecall863-R. 24-c
,OST-Straw. hat in Natural Science
And Initials R. W. T. Call 1879-J.'

The finest exclusiveexcursion steamer, the Put-in-Bay, noted for
its large ballroom, makes this trip a memorable one. Orchestra and
dancing aboard, without extra charge. Cafeteria aboard.
Four hours crammed with outdoor pleasures at Put-in-Bay-bathing-dancing-
ves for lunching and athletic fields. See the wonderful Caves, and Perry's
hitrc monument.
Connections at PutIn-Bay with steamers for Cleveland, Toledo and Lakeside.
Daily to Sandusky
The Put-In-Bay makes the run through to Sandusky everyZday. Fare- $1.50
one way.
Special Friday Excursions to Cedar Point
A special excursion is made every Friday to Cedar Point-the fresh water rival
to Atlantic City-the wnest bathing beach in the world-large summer hotels,
groves, and all outdoor amusements. Four hours at Cedar Point and seven
hours at Put-in-Bay! Leaving Cedar Point at 5 p m. and Put-in-Bay at 7 p.in.;
arrive back in Detroit 10.30 p. m. Fare-Cedar Point, $1.50 round trip; Put-in-
Bay, 80 cents.

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C The Summer Daily has im
portant notices in it-and also

Danaciag MoonNghts
Leaves Detroit 8:45 p. i-.
Fare, Wed., Thurs. 60c. Sat,
Sun. and Holidays, 75c.
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Ashley & Dustin
Steamer Line
Foot of Fjrst Street
Detroit, Mich.

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