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THE SUMME

MICHIGAN DAILY.

TH SMM.MCHGA.DIL

Ps Show That 63 Percent
World's Phones Are InUS

Europeans. In 1923 tthe aaverage
American had 184.5 conversations by
telephione, while the average German
hlad -31.1, the Frenchman 20.8, the
Englishman 20.4, and the Italian 9.0.
Telephone development abroad is
largely concentrated in the more im-
portant cities. London and Paris.' for
instance, each have. over one-third of

all the telephones in their respective
countries. In comparison with Amer-
ican cities, however, they make a
poor, showing.
New York City alone, with,1,186,573
telephones on January 1, 1924, had
more telephones than 'the whole ' ofj
Great Britaininore, in fact than any
foreign country except Germany.

ited States leads the world Oceania, and the Wegtern Hemisphere
e of telephones; there are outside of the United States.
ice as many telephones in While we had in this country one
d States as in all the restI telephone for every 7 people, In all
rld put together, acorig tercuntries combined there was
recently compiled. Out ofa but one telephone for every 185 in-
4,576,121 telephones in use . habitants. The telephone systems of
t the world on January 1,j the world, showed a net growth of
,e were 15,369,454, or 63 per! 1,517,291 telephones. during 1923. Of
the United States, as corn- these, well over half were added to
"h 6,390,765 in Europe. The the telephone systems of the United!
2,815,902 telephones, corn- States.
per cent of the whole, were It has been ;found that AmericansI
throughout Asia,,' Africa, 'use the telephone much" oftener than

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~tDine ¢where it is cool
enough to enjoy good food
TUTTLE'S

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338, Maynard Street

Dial 7813

You will appreciate the care we
take with your summer clothes.

White clothes

Beginning

BONSTELLie/
PLAYHOUSE
"Detroit's jvni"

Nights 75c to $1.50
Matinees
Tues., Thturs., Sate
50c and 75c

especially

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mand the extra ,care that is ob-
tained at the White Swan.

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ward ut Eliot-Glen. 9492. Downtown Ticket Office at Grinnell's
Cooler Than Your Office or Home-
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
The Most Brilliant of Comedies
Grounds for Divorce"
agyed by Ina Claire, Bruce tcRae, IL Reeves-Smith and Others ,
By Guy' Bolton, frb the Hung arian of Ernest Vaida.
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'We call for and
dilscount at our

deliver -157P
Press Building

station if you carry

it yourself.

Electricity appliances
will .help you enjoy
summer, a great deal
more. Prices 'are low

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GARRICK

Nights,. 50c to $2.50
IPap. Mat. Wed.
50c to $1.50
Sat. Nat. 50c to $2.00

THE COMEDY TI4AT IA$ SMASHED
ALL SACK ANE-RUN RECORDS!I
ANV NICIJOLS' LAUGHIN'G SUCCESS,

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White Swan
Laundry 11Co.

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Curlers- --- -----$2.25
Faos- - ---------7.50
Stoles - -- -- - 5.50
.Percolators- - ------5.95
The Detroit Edison,
Company

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ANN ARBOR'S

LEADING-,,C. LEANERS

Phones--Main Plant ,4287, BachOfie211

"One-of the -World's s Married Girls"
Seats Now on $419for This and Next Week

Main at William

Telephone 4226

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rthe alkohol brings soothing, cooling~, Con-
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And Muiffi Alkohol has a
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After bathing, a Mifflin rub-down is cool-
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After exercise, Mifflin Alkoh,0 relieves
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