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WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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W1EDN~SDAY, JULY 9, 1924 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PLGU TNRUN

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TITLE RACE CLO5E
IN AMERICAN LEGUE
Washington Loses Series To Yanks
But Continues To Hold
Lead
NEW YORK RETAINS LEAD IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE OVER SUNDAY
Clinging to a slender lead of one
game, Washington was still at the
top of the American league on Sunday
after a hard week-end against the
Yankees. Walter Johnson, the wizard
Washington pitcher, could not beat
New York, and Washington saw its
lead cut to a small margin. New
York profited by the misfortunes of
the Detroit Tigers and crowded the
western team into third place. New
York is apparently recovering from its
unexpected mid-season sump. Fol-
lowing the Detroit team, St. Louis
was in fourth place. The Browns,
who were in sixth place a week ago,
have shown a decided improvement,
although still far from the team it
should be. Chicago, Boston, Cleve-
land, and the Philadephia Athletics
follow in order.
It is worthy of note that but seven
or eight games separate the seventh
place club from the leaders in the
junior league. The pennant race will
be closer than usual this year. New
York may succeed in winning the pen-
nant for the fourth time, but the
Yankees will have to fight to do it.
In the national league, New York
retained its commanding lead over
Chicago on Sunday. The Giants seem
to meet with little opposition this
year. Chicago is comfortably safe in
second place, with Brooklyn, Pitts-
burg, Cincinnati, Boston, Philadelphia,
and St. Louis trailing well behind.
Unless something happens unexpect-
edly, the Giants look like winners.
Yost to Use Slow Movies in Lecture
Coach Fielding H. Yost will use
moving pictures to demonstrate his
lecture to the class in football coach-
ing at 11 o'clock at the Majestic the-
ater today. A series of slow and fast
motion pictures of the Illinois, Oh.io,
Minnesota, and other home and out-
of-town games will be shown. Yost
will explain the pictures as they are
shown on the screen. This is a new
and somewhat novel way of imparting
knowledge of the game, and because
of the slow motion pictures to be used
different plays can be studied as they
are made. All students attending
school now are invited to attend.
A French airwoman made 212 loops
with her plane in one hour and 13
minutes.
Norwegian farmers hang their
freshmown hay on wire strung be-
tween upright posts.

When Robert M. LaFollette
Sent His Message, "I'll Run"

AT THE THEATERS
Screen-Today
Majestic - "Marriage Cheat";
"Nerve Tonic," a Tuxedo com-
edy with Lige Conley; "Rags
to Riches and Back Again'';
an Aesop Bable cartoon; 01-
lendorff topical sketches.
Orpheum-Jack Hoxie in "The
Desert Riders;" Universal
comnedy.
Wuerth-Lloyd Hughes, Louise
Faenda, Betty Francisco in
The Old Fool"; comedy, "Long
Live the Ring"; Pathe news.
Stage-This Week

Meadow Heights club of Jackson
will play a return match at the Ann'
Arbor Golf club links Saturday, July
12, starting at 1:30 o'clock.
Patronized Daily Advertisers.

The Salvation Army controls more
than 100 newspapers throughout the
world.
Little investment - big returns,
the Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

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Robert M. LaFollette telling his son, Robert M., Jr., to inform the Con-
ference for Progressive Political Action that he will enter the fight as an
independent candidate for the Presidency in every state in the union, on
the steps of their Washington home, just before the younger LaFollette left
for the conference in Cleveland.
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Garrick-"You and I"; present- '
ed by the Bonstelle company.
Patronized Daily Advertisers.
IRVINO WARMOLTS, D. S. C.
Chiropodist and
Orthopestid
707 N. University. Phone 2652
Ce A R R I C K
Pop. Mat. Tuce. Thurs. & Sat. 25c & 50c
Nights 25c - 50c - 75c and $1.00
7th Week 1sth Season
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
A Sparkling Comedy of American Life
The Harvard Prize Play by Philip Bary
"YOU and "
Next Monday-"The Awful Mrs. Eaton"

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Every Nite (except Monday) and All
Day Sunday at
ISLAND ijfAKL
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Near Brighton
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Our Developing and Printing depart-
ment is especially well fitted to give you
the best possible results from your pic-
tures. Twenty-four hour serbice.
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Last Times Today
Lloyd Hughes and Louise Fazenda in
"THE OLD FOOL."
"Long Live the Ring,'
Tomorrow thru Satursday
Lew Cody in
"SECRETS OF PARIS"
SPAT FAMILY COMEDY

Now Showing
Jack Hoxie in
"THE DESERT RIDER"
Universal Comedy
Pathe Review

UNPAID
SUBSCRIPTIONS
TO
THE SUMMER

Coming Sunday
Laura LaPlante in
"EXCITEMENT"'
A new round of the
"LEATHER PUSHERS"

Next Sunday
Frank Mayo in
"The Plunderer"

Soon-Harry Carey in
"The Miracle Baby"

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LOST
A LARGE Duo-Fold fountain pen on
April 5th. Thought to be lost
some where on State St., or at Ma-
jestic theater. A reward, will be
given for its return. Call 1201-M.
BROWN Laundry case Saturday on
Huron St. Finder please call 397.
Reward.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Tent, 12x14, almost new
Cost $56, will take $20. Apply, 617
E. Liberty St. or phone 3390-W.
WANTED TO BUY
FORD COUPE--Call 3003-J and leave
Telephone Number or Address.
FOR RENT
LARGE FRONT double room also sin-
gle room. In quiet private home.
Phone 261-W.
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
Read the Want Ads
FOR QUALITY PRINTING
SEE
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711 N. University Ave.
Up-stairs
PHONE 296-R
Across from the Campus

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July-15th.

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LAST TIMES TODAY
Thos. H. Ince' ssplendid
drama
"THE
MARRIASE CHEAT"
WITH
LEATRICE JOY PERCY MARMONT
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will be charged.
Send your check
to the Press bldg.,
or come to th e
office any time be-
fore Tuesday, the
15th.
THE SUMMER
MICHIGAN DAILY

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ALSO

11 NERVE TONDIJU1

A 2-Reel Christie Comedy

New Fable Cartoon

New Ollendorl Sketches

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

Children 10c: balcony 25c; main floor 35c

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