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July 19, 1925 - Image 3

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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Matinees

Staring1 LATI I1 U bt Tues., Thurs., Sett.
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
~TALE YOUNGEST"'
By Philip Barry, Author of "You and I"1
-Also-
"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 $2.0
100th L! TAIME Pop. t ed
Tonight 8:20 rap.cMt$.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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Free Registration Many Vacancies
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C HURCHEIS
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
holidays.
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
o'clock.-
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
30 o'clock.
e First Congregational church
the Unitarian church concluded
services for the summer last

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Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday Eve.
Sunday Afternoon and Eve.

White Swan
Laundry Go.

~Dine where it is cool
enough to enjoy good food
TUTTLE'S.

-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
be tested.
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
,Chungking.

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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
vited.
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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ET'S TENNIS TOIUNA-
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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
arbour gymnasium.

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