THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
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n.,~ July 20) "DVetro its ohm. 50c and 75c
vard at Eliot' Woln. 9792. Downtown Ticket Office at Grinnell's
A Matinee each Tuesday to take care of those unableR
to get seats for- Thursday and Saturday
THE DONSTELLE COMPANY
a Choice Play >f Happy Laughter and Satiric Amusement
By Philip Barry, Author of "You and I"1
"A DANCE DIVERTISSEMENT"
Arranged by Vtoria Cassan
isted by Thayer Roberts, Dorothy Richey, Dorothy. Colter,
Mice and Freda Dunbar, Olga Fricker and Blanche Fields
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Tonight, 8:20 Nights, 50c to $2.0
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Tonight 8:20 rap.cMt$.5We
(Sun., July 19th) A ,R u Sat. Mat.,50c to $2.00
THLE COMEDY THAT HIAS SMASHED
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ANNE NICHOLS' LAUGHING SUCCESS
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A NATIONAL TONIC FOR THE DOWN-HEARTED
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Free Registration Many Vacancies
WESTMORE TEACHERS' AGENCY "
706 Old National Bank Bldg., Spokane, Wash.
likes clean, fresh
You'll find White
it Church of Christ Scientist
regular morning sermon will be
at 10:30 o'clock on the subject:
"The Sunday school session will
at 11:45 o'clock. On Wednesday
will be the testimony service.
eading room,, 608 First National
building, is -open daily from 12
o'clock except. on Sundays and
Andrew's Episcopal Church
y communion will be at 8 o'-
The morning prayer''"nd ser-
will be given by the rector at 11
k. The reading room and library,
rris hall, are open daily from 9
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
EBible school meets at '9 o'clock.
egular sermon on "Sham Chris-
;y" will be given at 10 o'clock.
Lutheran students and young
le will meet at the parsonage
0 West Liberty street from 5:30
e First Congregational church
the Unitarian church concluded
services for the summer last
Seeks To Settle
here next ,time.
We call for and
Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday Eve.
Sunday Afternoon and Eve.
~Dine where it is cool
enough to enjoy good food
-First Bapist Church
3subject for the morning sermon
e: "A Mighty Man's Secret." At
Mock Father Iden's class will
in the Guild house. The Young
de's society will meet in the par-
t 6 o'clock.
Church of Christ-Disciples
eBible school will meet at 9:30
;k. The pastor will speak on
King's Pit" at 10:30 o'clock. At
o'clock Wednesday night the
in Bible study meets; a review
e Book of Acts will be consider-
As a means of settling the contro-
versy over whether the Wrights built
the, first successul airplane, Charles
Al. Manly (above), aide of the late
Professor Langley, is seeking $20,000
to restore the first Langley plane to
its original condition so that it can
at Barbour gymnasium. A fee. of 25
cents will be collected on the field.
Pekin, July 18.-Civil war has brok-
en out in the province of Szechuan,
where the government general, Yang
Sen, is attacking rival generals near
338 Maynard Street
Phones 4287 and 21816
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V A. A. Will Hold
Roast O# Tuesday
Under the auspices of the W. A. A.'
weenie" roast will be given at 5 o'-
ck Tuesday,. on Palmer field., to]
ich all summer women students are
A~ baseball game between the Pir-
es, led by Lucille Perong, and thel
ims, captained by Nita Kelly, will
one of the features.
Women planning to attend should
gn up at once with Miss McCormick
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First round matches in the wo-
ien's summer tennis tourna-
iots must be played off at once
n order that the second round,
ames may, begin. A schedule
f the drawings is posted in
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