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AUGUST 9, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

AUGUST 9, 1924 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

Faction Leaders
In Irish Dispute

Chicagoan Made
Asst. Treasurer
Of G.O.P. Party

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FOR BETTER
SUMMER FOOD
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Phone 150
338 Maynard St. South of Maj

Pop. Mat. Tues. Thurs. & Sat. 25c & 50c
Nights25c - 50c - 75c and $1.00
iith Week THE .151h Season
Bonstelle Company
In the American Comedy of Home Life
"Mary the 3rd"
Love! Laughter! Tears!
Next Mn.-"The Claw and the Wing"
Little investment - big returns,
the Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

2:00-3:30 LAST TIMES TODAY 7:30-9:00
The picturization of Mrs. E. L. Beers' famous poem
"NOT ONE
TO SPARE"
A picture so different in theme IT HAS NO
and climax that it commands VILLAIN or
interest above the average good story HERO
Added--LOST CONTROL"-It's a Century. KINOGRAMS

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GROOMES' BATHING BEACHj
Whimore Lake
R-lrcshments 0f All Kinds
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"Today Only"
2-3:30-7:30-9

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Lord Glenovy
Lord Londonberry
Any agreement in the boundary line
controversy which is disturbing all
Ireland, will have to be reached with
the consent of Lord Glenovy (above),
presiding officer of the Irish Free
,State senate, and Lord Londonberry
(below), representative of the Ulster
premier, Craig; for these two men are
heads of the north and south factions
in the dispute, and are bitterly at
-odds.

Bernard A. Eckert
of Chicago, has been made assist-
ant treasurer of the Republican na-
tional committee.
CAMPUS OPINION
THE FOREIGN STUDENT
VIEWPOINT
To the Editor:
If we know people well, we are they
and they are we. When we don't,
they are they aid we are we.
Most of the foreigners here are not
treated right, except by the thought-
ful. And this is why many of these
strangers swam into the smaller col-
leges in spite of the fact that there
are less professors and only inade-
quate provisions. Every college stu-
dent wants to study, but which of
them does not take an interest in life
enjoyable?
Take the Chinese for oinstance. Re-
cently, they came to America in
bunches of a hundred or a dozen. They
don't show so much enthusiasm in
ruropean civilization as they used to
be, forhthey can receive better treat-
ment here. Columbia has twice as
many Chinese students as we have
here because those who are in the(
''eachers' college there, knew thel
Chinese and China well. Many Chi-
nese get a Ph.D. there, go back to
China and say to their people proud-
ly that they are a doctor from Colum-
bia. This privilege is not so much
enjoyed here, because people on they

WITH

JANE NOVAK and JOHN BOWERS

COMING SUNDAY

"THE KING OF
WILD HORSES"

"DIVORCE"

If you want a real good gasoline,
ask forC
White Star
At the following stations in the city and in the county:

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AT THE THEATERS

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HUNTER'S GASOLINE STATION
Liberty at First

Majestic-"Not One to Spare";
comedy; Ollendorf topical car-
toon; Aesop fable.
Wuerth-Jane Novak and John
Bowers in "Divorce;" comedy,
Pathe news.

ANN ARBOR BUICK
huron and Ashley Sts.
RED TOP TAXICAB CO.
515 East Liberty St.
S. A. ELSIFOiR
117 iN. First St.
IlERTJER BROS.
210 S. Ashley St.
Maynard at William

ABBOTT GASOLINE CO.
Maynard at William
FRANK STAHL GARAGE
Dexter
ABBOTT GASOLINE CO.
Whitmore Lake
FLOYD ULOTH
Washtenaw Road

campus never
those yellow

r care to know aboutI
queer looking, human i
C.K.C.

Jtago.-This Week

Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle
company presents Miss Ann
Harding in "Mary the 3rd."

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CLASSIFIEDSI
LOST
LIGHT grey top coat in Sociology of
Medical Building. Crawford and
Zimmerman label. Reward. Call
1273-R.
LOST-Phi Gamma Delta fraternity
pin, name Willingham on back. Re-
turn to E.Willingham, 1020 So. Un-
iversity Ave. Phone 904-R. Reward.
LOST-Pair dark shell framed glass-
es. Oval lens. Finder please call C.
W. Beedon. Phone 2300.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Ford touring-good tires
-motor in 'fine shape. 1924 license,
$60.00. 826 Tappan. Phone 1484.
FINE set of Law Books, The North-
western Reports. Cost $060.00.
Price $200.000, at your own terms.
Mrs. George H. Morrison, 127 Div-
ision St., S. W., Grand Rapids,
Mich.
NOTICE
MRS. EMMA FISCHER CROSS, pianoI
and pipe organ teacher, formerly ofj
the School of Music and pupil of
Leschetisky, will open a private
studiq this fall at 610 E. Liberty St.
Phone 21834.
STUDENT driving to Montana in
Ford touring car, wishes to hear
from any student wishing to go, ex-
penses shared. Call 890-R. Leav-
ing Fourteenth.
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.

TO et Business Dired
Us Long Distance
THE POKEN.WORD
BRIN BEST RESULTS
A Long Dis ance call "always bets
preferred at ntion from the busy
business man.
It always gets a hearing'from\the
person with om you wishto
Sspeak.
It is given the c nsideration of A
face-to-face conver ation.
It gives you the op rtunity to get
your whole story acr ss, reinforced r:'
by your personality.
The saving of time an money to
producer, wholesaler, an retailer is
reflected in the - cost t the con-
sumer.
Use Long Distance -and thereby'
multiply contacts and cont cts.
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE TCO.
Bell System
One Policy
One System
Universal Service

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