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THURSDAY, JULY 81, 112t

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGN TRZ

Ireland Wonders What He'll Do

AT THE THEATERS

Screen-Today
- Majestic - Betty Compton in
"Miami"; "Royal Pair," a Cen-
tury coiniy; Kinograms.
Wuerth- "David Copperfield,"
by Charles Dickens; Com-
edy; Pathe news.
Orpheum - Matty Mattison in
"North of Alaska"; Comedy;
Pathe news.

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Stage-This Week

Garrick (Detroit)
company gives
cha."

- Bonstelle
"Leah Kles-

HEALTH SERVICE GIVES
WOMEN MEDICL EXAMS'
Dr. Gertrude Jones, medical advisor
of Ohio State university, has stated
that Public Health'service work here
at Michigan had "stimulated a very'
large number of women to take ad-
vantage of the Health service to have
thorough medical examinations." This
is a most desirable result of the work'
of the Health service. Dr. Jones is
enthusiastic about her work here. She
C AR RI C K
Pop. Mat. Tues.Thur s& Sat .2c & 50c
Nights 25c - 50c - 75c and $1.00
loth Week 151h Season
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
In One of the Most Notable
Crook Plays Eer Produced -
"LEAH KLESCH NA"
selodrama/ Comredy I Thrills!
Sup erlaut', Romance!
Next Monday-"MARY THE THIRD"
When at Whitmore
Eat at Rane's
Steaks and Chops
SPECIAL
Chicken Dinner
Sunday 1.00
Ice Cream and
Soft Drinks

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Now Playing
Charles Dickens' famous novel
"David Copperfield"
Sid Smith in
"LUCKY RUBE"
Pattie News
Coming Sunday
Ralph Lewis isn
"THE WESTBOUND' LIMITED"
H. C. Witwer's
"THE WAGES OF CINEMA"
Soou-"THE KING OF WILD
HORSES"

Now Playing
Matty Mattison in
"NORTH OF ALASKA"
Comedy and Pathe Review

has found Michigan an interesting
field. During the remainder of the
summer, Dr. Jones is filling the place
of Dr. Bell, who is spending her va-
cation at a camp in California.

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Friday and Saturday
Lucille Ricksen in
'BEHIND THE CURTAIN"
Billy Sullivan in
Last chapter of
'The Leather Pushers "
Fox News

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Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
707 N. Univeraity. Phone 5202

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What will De Valera do? That is the qu'estion in Ireland since the re-
lease of the Irish republican leader and his followers from prison by the
Free State government. His opposition to the present government is un-
questioned. He is shown (right) outside of Sinn Fein headquarters in
Dublin, with his chief aid, Austin Stack, since release.

Read the Want Ads

WAGNER LECTURES ON
SPAIN'S__LTERATURE
Prof. Charles B. Wagner of the
romance language department gave
an interesting lecture yesterday at
five o'clock in Natural Science audi-
torium, on the subject of Spanish lit-
erature.
"Spain for eight hundred years has
had an honorable and distinguished
career in letters," said Professor
Wagner. "At one time she held an
undisputed place in letters in Eur-
elists who will compare with those of
ope, and she now has a group of nov-
any country."
The reasons for the neglect of the
study of Spanish literature are main-
ly two: -First, because of Spain's ge-
ographical isolation, and second, the
baneful effects of the inquisition
which have lingered a long time with
the men of letters of that country.
Professor Wagner presented the
six main periods of Spanish literat-
ure. Then he studied very careful-
ly with his audience the different
types of Spain's literature and in clos-
ing summed up the unique character
of Spanish letters.
New Zealand is having its winter
and merchants are finding a good de-
mand for heavy textiles and clothing.
Ca.sified Ads work wonders. Try
The Summer Michigan Daily for re-
sults.-Adv.
CLASSIFIEDS
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITER1S-All makes
Sold, rented, cleaned and repaired.
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Four? The greatest typewriter pro-
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0. D. MORRIL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
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.
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
COTTAGES, beginning Aug. 1, in East
Grove, Whitmore Lake. Finest lo-
cation on the Lake. Phone 212-3.
312 S. Division St.
WANTED-TO RENT
SINGLE' room, where there are no
other students, for the next school
year. Phone 394, Mathews.
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
TYPEWRITING and MIDEOGRAP.-
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Sixteen years experience on college
work
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17 Nckels' Arcade
Little investment - big returns,
The Summer Michigan Daily for re-

ouilt.-Adv.

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ISLAND LAKE
Follow M-65 Out North Main
Near Brighton

GO TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT
THIS WEEK AND SEE
Zeidia lAPlieSows
At Packard Street Show Grounds.
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VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS

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FAR more strongly than most churches, this great tower of com-
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rugged, virile-an inspiration for the thinking, creatingarchitect of
today. Contradicting the antiquarian, this great tower declares that
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to modern problems of accommodation and engineering, and en-
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