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TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREU

WOMEN'S LEAGUE BRINGS
PUPPETEERS FOR REUE
A novel entertainment called the
"Puppet Review" will be presented un-
der the auspices of the Women's Lea-
gue at the Mimes campus theatre at
three and 8 o'clock on Thursday, July
10. It will include the well know epi-
sode of "Pryamus and his love This-
be" from Shakespeare's "Midsummer
Night's Dream", and St. George and
the Dragon" an old English Mummers
play.
These plays will be given by the
Puppetteers, a group of students from
the University who were so success-
ful with their sixty performances last
summer that they reorganized for this
year. After leaving Ann Arbor, they
will spend seven weeks touring North-
ern Michigan resorts.
Of them the Detroit News says,
"Theatrical Ann Arbor, student Ann
Arbor, and highbrow Ann Arbor, have
adopted the Puppetteers. Their amaz-
ing art, new here, but as old as the
ages, has become a distinct vogue."
In further commendation of their
work, the Pontiac Daily Press has
said,"So different was the entertain-
ment from the type which the public
is accustomed to witness,-that it is
difficult to explain its charm. Instead
of being like the old fashioned Punch
and Judy, characterized by wooden
and angular motions, these marionett-
es are so highly developed that each
gesture is almost a perfect imitation
of a human action.
Tickets will be on sale at Wahr's
bookstore..
WIfRTIN WILL LE
FOR ENGLAND JULY 19
Dr. Alfred S. Warthin, professor of
pathology, will leave with his family
on July 19 .for England. While in
London Dr. Warthin expects to con-
fer with medical men who are follow-
ing his line of work. He will also
go to Edinburgh to visit Prof. Arthur
R. Cushny of the University of Edin-
burgh who was formerly professor of
pharmacology at the University of
Michigan.
CLASSIFIEDS
p WA1YThD~
YOIUNG and healthy me4, weighing
about 150 pounds, at University
Hopspital, for blood donors. Se Dr.
Van Ornum between 3 and 5 p. m.,
July 8th.
DRIVING through to Central New
York in few days. Can take one or
two passengers. Phone 975-R.
FOR SALE
FOR NEW and used typewriters call
the University dealer for Reming-
ton Portables. Stacy R. Black, 604
E. Madison. 1809.
fOR SALE-Teut, 12414, almost new
Gost.$56, will take $20. Apply, 617
E. Liberty St. or phone 3390-W.
FOR RENT
LARGE FRONT double room also sin-
gle room. In quiet private home.
Phone 21W,
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.1

Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
IRVING WARMOLTS, D. S. C.
Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
70O N. UnIv.rsity. Ph~one 2852
WHOAREYOUR
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. MaIu St.
330 So. State St.
Member of the Federal Reserve
FOR BETTER
SUMMER FOOD
TUTTLE'S.
LUNCH ROOM
Phone 150
338 Maynard St. South of Maj

Republican Standard-Bearers Get Together

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New York, July 7. - August Bel-
mont's Ladkin, an even money favor-
ite, won the 36th running of the Dwy-
er stakes for three year olds at Aque-
duct Saturday.

Philadelphia, July 7.- Prominent
lawyers and jurists from all parts of
the country began assembling here
today for the convention of the Amer-
ican Bar association.

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UNIVERSITY PUBLIC SPEAKING CLASSES
Present
LINCOLN CASWELL
Impersonations of
Abraham Lincoln

Univ. Hall Auditorium
Tuesday, July 8, 8 p. m.

Tickets 50c at
Campus Book Stores

The Republican nominees for President and Vice-President, Calvin Coolidge of Massachusetts, and Charles
G. Dawes of Illinois, snapped at the White House at the first meeting of the two since their nominations.

FOURTH EXCURSION TQ
INSPECT BELLE ISLE
Belle Isle and the Detroit river will
make up the itinerary of the fourth ex-
cursion which will be taken tomorrow
afternoon, starting at .l o'clock from
the corner of State and Packard
streets. The party will be in charge
of Hol Coffman of the S. C. A., as
Carlton Wells is playing in the Detroit
district golf tournament at' Brook-
lands this week.

The ferry from the Woodward ave-
nue docks will carry the party to
Belle Isle, the playground of Detroit.
Here the botanical gardens, the aquar-
ium, the zoo and the winding lagoons
of the island will be visited. The ob-
ject of this excursion will be pleas-
-ure rather than education and Belle
Isle offers plenty of opportunity for
a good time. The bathing beach, pa-
vilions and wooded drives are inchltt-
ed in the diversions availahbe.,
As usu l it will be necessary that
all those'who wish to go on the excur-
sion leave their names at the Summer
session office, room 8, University Hall

before 6 o'clock tonight so that prop-
er arrangements may be made for
caring for the party. The trip will
be ended at 6:30 o'clock.
C A R R I C
Pop. Mat. Tues. Thur. 4k sat. 25c & 50c
Nights 25c - 5k- 75c and $1.00
7th Week *s1hjedson
TE BONSTELLE COMPANY
A Spgrkling Comedy of American Life
The Harvard Prize Play by Phillip Bary
"YOU and "
Next Monday-"The Awful Mrs. Eaton"'

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Every Nite (except Monday) and All
Day Sunday at
ISLAND LAKE
Follow M-65 Out North Main E
Near Brighton
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Lloyd Hughes and Lofaie att t ixt
° .UHOLIDFOOL.'
t*Long Live the Ring,'
Thurs4ay through Saturday
Lew Cody in
"THE SECRETS OF PARIS"
SPAT FAMILY COMEDY
Next Sunday
Frank Mayo in
"The Plunderer"

Tonight Only
Charles H~utchison in
"SURGING SEAS"
A new round of the
"LEATHER PUSHERS"
Tomorrow and Thursday
Jack Rloxie iu
"THE DESERT RIDER"
Universal Comedy
Coming-Laura LaPlante iA
" EXCIT E MENT "

Vacation
Needs
There is nothing on sale
here but is of the high-
est grade--also every-
thing reduced

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TENTS

All kinds, Auto-Touro, Palmetto, Regulation Wall, "'Pup'
and children's play Tents, $3.75 up.
U. S. Army Mosquito Tents.

Gold Medal Camp Furniture
For Cottage, Porch, Lawn or Touring; Folding Cots. Stools, Chairs, Tables, Stoves,
Army Axes, Navy Hammocks. Grub Stakes. Folding Water Buckets, Canteens,
Duffel Bags, Army Canvas Trunks, Luggage Racks and Covers, Ponchos, Rain-
coats, Slickers, in fact everything for camping.

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BLANKETS
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All kinds of heavy wool Camp and Army Blankets
Auto Robes, Steamer Rugs. etc. A special--64x84
l camp blanket, new, at $4.38.

pF NOW SHOWING
Thos, H. Ince's splendid
dTama
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MARRIASE CHEAT"9

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IRKhaki, Poplin and Pongee Shirts $1.00 and up. Also
IRTS Flannel, Broadoloth,O. D. Wool Shirts.
Light weight Suede Leather Jackets
are ideal for wear at camp or touring.
Lightweight Underwear for Hot Weather

light

WITH
LEATRICE JOY PERCY MAR MONT

BREECHES

ADOLPH MENJOU

i All kinds--light and heavy wool, khaki, whip-cords,
gabardines, linen, ete., for ladies and men, priced
$1.98 and up. Khaki Trousers.
Bathing Suits

ALSO

11NERVE. TO% 0 11

In all wool or jersey, to close out at less than cost.
Regulation Navy Hats, Navy Hammocks

A 2-Reel Christie Comedy

New Fable Cartoon

New Ollendorl Sketches

SHOES

Best men's and boys' dress, work and army Shoes. Packs, hiking,
or outing Shoes. Puttees, high tops and Tennis Shoes.

SHOWS TODAY
2:00 3:30 7:30 9:00

CLOSING OUT SALE STILL ON!

Children IOc, balcony 25c, main floor 35c

Surplus Supplies Store-

213 N. Fourth Ave.

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