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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DALY

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MAJESTIC
Iomas Meighan in "The Conflid-
Man" will open at the Majestic
y. It is a crook story of the
of the "Miracle Man"' which
ight this actor so much fame. In
e plays the part of a confidnce
.Virginia Valli has the leading
Ian's role opposite the star in this
Ywhich is an adaptation of the
yby L. Y. Erskine and Robert
s. The plot deals with the selling
ome worthless oil stock.
SAl C~hristie feature, "Hold Your
tth" will open on Thursday.. It
ill of thrills, and surprises, and
s room for some exciting ac-
.Besides Dorothy Devore and
,de -Adams, the cast includes_
er Hires, Tully Marshall, Pris-
Bonner, and Jay Belasco.

Colonel Hus ton
Would Pur chase
Brooklyn Team

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

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711 N. University Ave.
lip Up-stairs
PHONE 296-R
Across from the Campus

FOR QUALITY PRINTIM
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Tio'inisJr 6"tr ipessions

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316 E. Hur* St.

FORD SALES AND SERVICE

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WUERTH
"The King of Wild" Horses," a
Pathe picture, will be the feature at
the Wuerth opening today. for a four
day run. It is the story of a wild
!horse, Rex, whose story of love and
fidelity is an extremely interesting
one. The horse, untamed and power--
fut, performs many' daring stunts.
Without a rider on his back he leaps
across a broad chasm; fights of o
white stallion who tries to steal his
mate; Pushes into forest tire, and
many other exciting features. The
picture is unusual and out of the
ordinary.
"Hoodman Blind" will open at the
Wuerth on Thursday. 'David Butler
and Gladys Huplette play the leads:
The story deals with a man who un-
justly suspects his wife of infidelity:
and whose jealousy brings on a trag
edy which is overcome only by a kind
fate.

Col. IThlingast Huston
According to word from New York
Col. Tillingast Huston, formerly half-
owner of the New York Yankees, is
eager to buy the controlling interest
in the Brooklyn National league club.
G~ARRICK
Miss Bonstelle will make her sea-
ond new production of. the current
season at the Garrick next wee;-of-
fering a new play owned by A. H.T
Woods, from the pen of Martin Brown.
Plastic surgery, as developed during
the war, evidently gave the authorI
the idea for his theme. The play be-
longs in the crook class, but withal
the author steps into the realm of
science, home life and dope. It is a
powerful story, its love interest deep-
grained and its characters varied and
clear-cut, affording- distinct opportun
ities for the Bonstelle company when
they present this play, "The Claw and
the Wing.";

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2WEEK BEGINNINGO AINNights
TOMORR El El25c-50e-75e-$1
7G ~ flPOP. MATS.
AUGUST 1 w ues., Thiurs., Sat.
Fifteenth Aninual Season c-O
- Twelfth Week
STONIGHT Lat
-Perform- " ayTef 3r" P
(SUNDAY) ance iiy r
= THE S
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In stenth Bstansforer fothed
r -o-rleognzain

Summer wear of every
kind is thoroughly, and
safely cleaned by White
Swan.

SILK DRESSES, SHIRTS
WHITE SWEATERS, COATS

Call us about it, 16 5 or
bring your clothes to our
Station in the Press Bldg.

White Swan Laundry

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Ann Arbor's Leading Cleaner's

Must RWgster Rooms

ILandladies 'of the city who
have rooms to rent to men stu-
dents of the University for the
Inext year, must register their
rooms~ with the office of the
Dean~ of Students If they desir~e
Jany cooperation from the dead}
In the matter of recompAenda-
tion. T'he systemi to be nse4 this_
Syear which is simlilar to that nsed
Slast year, will do away with top
hious~e t to 9s~e cvass as was
Ithe old custpV, and 'will. in-
volve the necessity of personal-
ly placing the roomi to be !it- _I
K .This ?nay be doUe by tole- #
phonin~g Dr. IWpfe4 -B. Wahr, As-
Isistant. Dean of Students 'from
whom the announcement oUf the
phange is forthcoming:.I
The listing of the rooms ought
Ito be complete at least two weeks
prior to the beginning of the
Ischool year so that adequate lists
may be prepared in the office
Iof the dean of !students for use
Iby University men. Dr. Fred B.
IWahr, In commenting }upon the
[rooming situation and the new
Iplan of proceedure, expressedI
Ithe belief that there will be no
Ishortage of rooms this fall.
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C~burcb Zvce
CONGR EGATI ONAL CH URCH
HERBERT A TUMlP, Minister E. IKNOX MlIT iCIIEIL, University Pastor
LUJCY HITBERi, Secretary for Women Students
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME"

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SUNDAY, AUG. 10, 1924

10:45 Morning Service of Worship. "THlE MIRACLES:"

HERE'S TOM'S ANSWER To PUBLIC DEMAND to See Him in Anotber Crook Picture
T HE CONFIDENCE Man"
promises you the b est
"j Meighan picture since "The
"I couldn't ignore Miracle Maln."
the fans," lie' ex. It's crook-and-love melo-
plais, "o wedrama of the same high cali-
plais, pso e rbre. Blood-stirring, Heart-
hunted up the touchiit pure-gold entertain.
best crook story ament.
we could find." ma

ARE THEY OF ANY VALUE?

12:00 Open Forum. Prof. C. E. Griffin, of the Commerce and In-
dustry Dept. will discuss

"REPARATIONS AND THE DAWES PLAN"

The CHURCH will be CLOSED for the rest of August and 'until
the middle of September.

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Majestic-Thomas Meighan in
"'rho Cfid ice n;' l
j en rf's topical sketchs;
Mermaid comedy, " Weddin-
Showers"; Aesop fable.
Wuerth =- "The King of Wild
Horses;" "Fighting 'Blood"
comedy, "The Comedy of Ter-
rors;" "Olympic. Mermaids;"
Pathe news.

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Holy Communion at 8:oo A. M.

Corner Catherine and Division Streets

]4orir g rayeT .au sermon by Rev. H. C. R binson at 9:30 A. M.
The above schedule will be followed for the rest of the summer.
NOTE-Through a misunderstanding the notices printed in the church
page of Saturday's Daily for this church were incorrect. The notices
should have been as above.

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Attend Church Sundayl

iAage; -Thias Week
Garrick (Detroit)- The
stelle company in "The
and the Wing."

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Claw

CLASSIFJ IS
FOR SALE
'I£ E set of Law Books, The North-
western Reports. Cost $060.00.
Price $200.000, at your own terms.
Mrs. George H. Morrison, 127 Div-j
iston St., S. .W., Grand Rapids,
Mich.
Watch Repairing
[NEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street jewelAry.

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
IL Edward Sayles, Minister
' owaird R Chapman,
Minister of University Students
SUNDAY, AUGUST 10
R30--Morning Worship and
Sermon,
"THE Ministry of Hope"
Mr. Chapman.
12:00-The Church Sunday
School. Classes for all ages.
Students will meet in Guild
House (across the street.) Mr.
Chapman, Leader.
Special musio Sunday morning.
Prayer meeting Wednesday,
7:30.
Note-Regular Sunday morn-
ing services~will continue thruout
the sumrmer. Mr. Chapman will
be the vacation pulpit supply.

ST. PAUL'S
LUTHERAN CHURCH
(Missouri Synod.)
Corner Third and W. Huron Sts.
CARL, A. B AUER, Pastor.
420 W. Liberty St. 1006-n
9:00 Preparatory Service.
9:30 Sermon, "The Unjust
Steward."

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Holy Communion.
Bible School, 11:00 o'clock.

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CHURCH OF CHRIST,
J. ALLEN CANBY
Phone 1145-J. (Acting Pastor)
SUNDAY, AUGUST 10
9:30 A. M. Bible School.
10:30 A. M. Morning Service,
sermon by Rev. C. A. Hanna,
of Cleveland,- Ohio. Special
Music by members of Cleve-
land Festival Quartet.
No evening Service. All serv-
ices held in Lane Hall until
opening of the new church
home corner Tappan and Hill.

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POLICY
Matinee
1:30-3--4:30
Evening
7:30-9:00

Olendorf's
Topical
Sketches

ANDM AJESTIC SHORT SUBJECTS
"WEDDING SHOWERS"
.A MERMAID COM1EDY
With a Cloud Burst of Fun

A New
Aesop Fable.
Cartoon

POLICY
Matinee
anid Evening
All Seats 35c
Clildren lac

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Coming Soon-"BETWEEN FRIENDS," Robert W. Chambers Monumental Love Story

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