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TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1924

11"I-lE SUMMED MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAiLY PAGN THREU

Would Chloroform,
Sub-Normal Tots

ANNOUNCE TICKET PLANS
SFOR FALL GRID GAMES

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Arbor, and for Michigan sections at
the out of town games must be or-
dered through the Athletic associa-
tion as soon as possible after Sept.
1, the Athletic association has an-

nounced.
Four tickets have been set as the Three of the games will dedicate
limit which may be ordered by any new athletic plants at Lansing,
one person for football games next Champaign, and Minneapolis. Rec-
fall, with the exception of the Miami ord attendances are expected at these
and the Illinois games. All tickets games. Reserved seats for all the
for non-students for games in Ann principal games will be sold at $2.50.

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Student coupons will admit to the
home contests and to the dedication
game at East Lansing.
Reduced rates will be allowed for
students going by rail to the Illin-
ois and Ohio State contests. A round-
trip rate of $6 has been arranged for
the Columbus game.
Cl&.sified Ads work wonders. Try
T'e Summer Michigan Daily for re-
CARRICK
Pop. Mat. Tues. Thurs. & Sat. 25c & 50c
Nights 25c - 50c - 75c and $1.00
loth Week isth Season
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
In One of the Most Notable
Cr ook Plays1 Uver Pr oduced
"LEAH KLESCHNA"
Mlelodrama! Comedyf Thrills!
Superlatike Romance!
Next Monday-"MARY THE THIRD"

Read The Dail "Classified" Columns
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Now Playing
Laura LaPlante in
" YOUNG IDEAS "
With T. Roy Barnes and a
great comedy cast
H. C Witwer's
"The Taming of the Shrewd"
Coming Thursday
Charles Dickens' famous novel
" David Oopperi8Id "
Next Week
Ralph Lewis in
"THE WESTBOUND LIMITED"

Now Playing
Dustin Farnum
in "Kentucky Days "
A new round of "The Leather
Pushers." Fox News.
Wednesday and Thursday
Matty Mattison in
"NORTH OF ALASKA"
Comedy and Pathe Review

Don 't Worry
There's no cause at all for lvorry,
Let us call at your house for clothes.
We 'l get 'em back home in a hurry
A nd there'll not be a spot that sholvs.

Friday and Saturday
Lucille Ricksen in
"BEHIND THE CURTAIN"
Last chapter of
"The Leather Pushers "

Wide attention is being attracted
by K. C. McLeod of Edmonton, Can-
ada, educator, who contends mentally
subnormal children should be cholor-
oformed to death and their parents is-
olated, as means of improving the
human race.

WHO ARE YOUR
ASSOCIATES?
That is a question that means much
socially. It means a"deal more in
business and finance. This bank
offers you bank connections that
will be valuable to you in the busi-
ness world.
FARMERS &
MECHANICS BANK
101-105 S. Main St.
330 So. State St.
Member of the Federal Reserve

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2508

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Garment Cleaning
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PHONE
2508

AT THE THEATERS
Screen-Today
Majestic-Poli Negri in "Men";
"Hot Air," a Mermaid com-
edy; Aesop Fable; Ollendorf
topical sketch.
Wuerth-Ralph Lewis in "West-
bound Limited"; "The Tam-
ing of the Shrewd."
Orpheum - Dustin Farnum in
"Kentucky Days"; "The
Leather Pushers."
Stage-This Week
Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle
company gives "Leah Kles-
cha."

"The Home of

12n erg ino",

209 South Fourth Abenue

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CLASSIFIEDSI
TYPEWRITERS
TYPE WRITERS-All makes
Sold, rented, cleaned and repaired.
Have you seen the new CORONA
Four? The greatest typewriter pro-
duced in the last twenty years.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels' Ariade
LOST
LOST-English shepherd puppy, three
months old, light brown with white
face and neck. Strayed from 1037
BZaldwin Ave., Saturday morning,
July 26. Pleace call 3104.
NOTICE
TWO young men from Hillsdale Col-
lege and two from the Untversity
of Michigan are covering this ter-
ritory working for a Pictorial Re-
view Scholarship.
THE EXQUISITT CORSET SHOP
109 W. Liberty
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
TYPEWRITING
THERE is always a last minute rush.
Take your work to 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickels' Arcade, at once, have it type-
written and avoid disappointment.
FOR RENT
FRATERNITIES and SORORITIES
We have a beautiful house in S. E.
Section for rent which will nicely
accommodate a fraternity or sorority.
House has 13 large rooms and is
steam heated. Three car garage and
servants quarters. If interested call
MR. CORLEY with
CHARLES L. BROOKS
Realtor
215 First National Bank Bldg.
Phones 315-3552 Evenings 1415-W
COTTAGES, beginning Aug. 1, in East
Grove, Whitmore Lake. Finest lo-
cation on the Lake. Phone 212-J.
312 S. Division St.
TYPEWRITING and MDIEOGRAPH-
ING promptly and neatly done. Any-
thing from a postcard to a book.
Sixteen years experience on college
work
0. D. MORRILL,
17 ickels' Arcade

Au John Hancock Said:-
(IN 1774)F
"T HAVE ever considered it as the indispensable
duty of every member of society to promote, as1
far as in him lies, the prosperity of every indi-
i r' hvidual, but more especially of the community in L
Qy which he belongs."
Life insurance is inseparably bound up with the
prosperity of every individual, family and community.
it is a secure and prosperous business and satisfactory
to the salesman in every way,
The JOHN HANCOCK would like to interest a few
ambitious men who graduate this year to make JOHN
HANCOCK selling their life work.
Statistics on college graduates who have entered
life insurance place it at the very top as a source of
income. Before making a decision as to your career ?
it would be well to make inquiries of the "Agency
Department."
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS
Sixty-one years in business. Now insuring One Billion Seven Hundred
Million Dollars in policies on 3,50000 lives
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IGff5 ANDAR
Real Beauty Plus
Better Protection
OWSE BROTHERS High Standard Liquid Paints will
do two things for your home. They will beautify
it with a combination of rich, soft colors that will retain
their original freshness for a long time. And they will
give you the best of protection against weathering
because of their remarkable wearing qualities. They'll
cost less, too, than many paints, because they have
unusual ability in covering and hiding.
HIGH STANDARD IUID PAINT
For every painting, varnishing or staining need in your
home-interior as well as exterior-there's a Lowe
Brothers Product that is backed by over fifty years of
success and fair dealing. Come in and let us tell you how
easy and inexpensive it is to redecorate.

Summer
Suits
[Two-Piece]
Of Tropical
Worsted and
Gaberdine
$27.50 and
$30 Values
Now
*2 .95
LUTZ
CLOTHING STORE
(DOWNTOWN)

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