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campus
Credo
o you think that the
man of the past was
d physically than the
present?
: In the Yost Field

I recorded within two weeks after the Cleveland was inaugurated Wednesday
activity is completed. night when the Maiden Dearborn. III
left the Ford airport at Dearborn at
D~etroit, July 3.-A regular daily air ,6 o'clock carrying inter-factory mail
freight service between Detroit and ond small automobile parts.
EWJz

Dancing Every Ni
EXCEPT SUNDAY

NEW

NAT NATOLI'S

ORCHESTRA

Summer School Supplies
Fountain Pens Loose Leaf Note Books
Drawing Jistruments Stationery

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ONE OF THE BEST

swers: E. A. Baggitt, coach
, Tex., high school. "I think
ge college man of the pres
uch better developed than
the past, because athletics
ed for the mass developmen.
s the Varsity. Even though
not good enough for the Var-
he is able to take part."
Mason, athletic director at
Ohio, college., "It is my
hat the average college man
sent is every bit as well de-
hysically as that of the past.
htiought would say that the
s even higher at present, as{
ridenced from' the records
being broken by the young-
.tion of athletes.
McIntosh, line coach, foot-.
here Methodist university,
x. "I think that the average
an of today is better devel.=
sically than the average of
In the past there was a'
finely developed athletes in
fe. This group was decid-
e minority. The college man
,mer day was at college pri-
r mental development, his
self came second. Today,
e groups are more cosmopol-
well developed men are not
:o the minority of the ath-
up. Wider development of
ically, through a wider ath-
ram has brought a better.
body of students, physically
r, athletic director\of Lisle,
e. '"It would not seem so,
ve as many if not more fac-
developing men physically
e past. The physical educa-
'tment seems to be better es-
than in the past, besides it
consider every individual
n a few .
Dennis, University of Texas,
no doubt in my mind about'
e of today being better de-
ban they were a few year?
sever the increase in the
of students attending col-
s it hard to say whether the
ollege boy is better develop-
But on the whole, I be-
college boy is. becoming
better.
lassifieds
FOR RENT
'T-room on 1st floor, streetj
e entrance, bath adjoining,
e for lady epployed during
.pply 1283 Washtenaw,

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,This dance pavilion is one of the largest an finest

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WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN
Forty-five Minutes Drive from Ann

OPEN EVENINGS

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. FOOD AND NECESSITIES

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Our Special $1.00 S

Anoth r young nan has ascended
'a business throne. Fred W. Sargent
is the new presid nt of the Chicago
and Uorthwestern railroad. He also
is president of the Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis and Omaha system.
Women May Earn
Door Points In
Summer School
Athletic honor points in the W. A
A. may be earned during the Sum-
mer session on the 'same system as
in the regular session. According to
Myra Finsterwald, '27, president, the
association will give honor points for
riding, tennis, swimming, and organ-
ized hikes carried on under the super-
vision of the physical education in-
structors or other authorized W. A. A.
managers.
Miss Finsterwald, who is attending
summer school, has charge of the ac-
tivites of the association. The box
and pad will be in the corridor of the'
gymnasium, and all points should bei
74th Performance
G AR RI CK Eves. - 50cv to $2.54
Wed. Mat.50c to $1.50
9th Big Week I Sat. Mat. SOc to $2.00
Thu Miracle Play of Amurica
ANNE NICHOLS
11Abie's Irish Rose"
SEE IT! YouWlHlEventuslir
SPATS NOW
For This and Next Week.
BONSTELLE .Glendale 9792
.. ats.Tuesday, Thursday
PLAYHOUSE and Saturday.' 5op-75F
Woodward at Eliat. -Eves. 75-$i.pp
Downtown Ticket Office at Grinnell's.
SECOND WEEK
The Bonstelie Co.
in Louise M. Alcott's VarnouS StorV
et Little Women"
Meg, Joe, Beth and Amy
Brought to Life on the Stage.

Cream of Chicken Soup

Celery Hearts

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COLLEGE GROCERY
516 East William Street ne r Maynard
a

CHOICE OF
Roast Spring Chicken---Dressing.
Fricasse Chicken--Asparagus Tips
Fried Spring Chicken, a

Mashed Potatoes
Coffee

Scalloped (
lee Tea

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Milk

DANCING

LINCOLN, RESTAUR]
212 E. HURON STREET

it

At the New Lake House Pavilion

OPEN ALL NIGHT

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WHITMORE LAKE
SPECIAL PRIZE DANCE

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Friday and Saturday EveningsI
$20 in cash given away
Music by
MICH CLUB ROYAL ORCHESTRA

CanelOrange:
Chocolate
Fourth of July Special iB
bin e.d three favorite flavors to
:LT.,day rickespecially delicious.'
a real . Don't miss it. Order
your today.

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You will find a cool quiet Dining
Room and the best of Food at
TUTTLE'S

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log Cream
.t'!x

$38 Maynard Street

Dial 7813

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I a aU5PI 2: 0 ca

ivate residence
537 Second ,St.,

on
or

aa ,S .VLCES
*' UR~

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9

ght Trucking and Deliv-f
ree times weekly be-
'oit, Jackson and inter-
ints. Phone 4718,
WANTED
Students desiring proft-
'ment for summer months
apper Thursday, 10:00 to
office Dean of Students.
capable male typist to
a half-hour every night.
Managing Editor, The
afternoon.
Laundry Done. Phone
PLAYER wanted. Ex-
lance man.' Three nights
Won't 9tterfere with
;all Mike Falk, Phone
Lake) No. 20.
3 aged, active, for light,
utaide work. Permanent
n Ann Arbor. Emmons

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
East Huron St. between State and DivisiOn Sts.

first.

First Congregational Church

Church of Christ

"The Church of a Thousand Congregational

'.. Edward Sayles, Minister.
Sermon by R.. Edward;Sayles

Scientist

"THE SILENT PRESENCE"

12:00--"Father" Iden of the Ann Arbor Bible Chair conducts a
summer class at the Guild House, opposite the church.
This class invites the attendance of all interested people.
6:00 P. M.-Young People's Society meets in the church parlors,
Topic: "ARE AMERICANS LESS PATRIOTIC THAN
DURING THE WAR?" Leader, Albert Adams.

409 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning
service. Subject: "God."
11:45-Sunday School.
7:30-Wednesday, Testimony
Service."
The reading room, 608' First
National Bank building, is open
daily from 12-5 o'clock, except
Sunday and legal holidays.

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10:45-Service of worsh'ip. Mr. Jump will preach on "TH
TUAL PARABLE IN ARLEN'S 'THE GREEN H
kindergarten for the children will be conducted
Margaret Eaton during the church service.
12:00-Open Forum. Prof. Preston Slosson of the History
ment will speak on "AMERICA AND THE REST
WORLD."

5:30-Student Supper and Fireside Chat. "QUEST
JESUS."
8:00-Motion Picture Service. Ton Meighan in "TH

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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

Corner Catherine and Divis an Sts,
Henry Lewis, 1Setor
H. L. LQnsdi~e, Assistant
Lucia BoyntoN, Parish Secretary
Sunday, July 6th, 1995
8 A. M.-Holy Communion,

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St. Paul's Lutheran,
Church
Third and West Huron Sts.
C. A. Brauer, Minister..
9:00 A. M.-Bible Study Hour.
10:00 A. M.-Regular morning
service in German. Pas-
M tor's subject: "IN GOD'S
COURT-RO.OM."
5:30UP. M.-Lutheran students
and young people meet at
parsonage, 420 West Lib-
erty for supper and dis-
cussion.

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10:45

THE UNITARIAN CHURCI
State Street at Huron
Sidney S+., Robins, Minister

'ARf-Fa'r finding pigskin
ataning $90.00. Return to
s d fae, Business card,
I. Fish.
,k leather secretary's port-
irge and 4 small pockets.
reward. C. A. Mertz,

11 A. M.-Sermon and Holy Communion. Sermon by the Rector.
HARMIS HALL
Corner State and Huron
Reading Room Library
Open Daily, 9 A. .-5 P. RI.

"RELIGION AND BEAUTY"
A sermon in the series on "Culture and Relig
"The Church Without a Creed"

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