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G ARRIcK Eves, - 50c to .58ONSTELLE
Wed. Mat, S0c to $1.50 .Y~
10th Big Week sat. Mat. 50c to, S..06011 P'a~c+LAofUSEi
The Mfiracle Play of A merica Dowfltownii
ANNE NICHOLS' Ti,
"Able's Ilrish -,Roe Th B
SEE IT! You "hill EventIMally in 7,cUise M.
SEATS NOW LM(
For This and Next Week. l ro iglto

Glendale 9792
Tuesday, Thursday

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Martp.

aid Saturdlay. SOC-7 SC
)t. I±ves. ; C- I,00
icicet Offce at Grinnell's.
ZIRD WEEK
onstelle CO.
,Alcott's Famous Story
,e Women"
F)e B'etliandI Any
t'. Tife oiltile Stage.

DANCING

AT THE

BLUE LANTERN

ness a.s usual" sign is hanging out in Santa Barbara, Calif:,
ling the work of repair-lug the damnage done, iy the earth-f
ishovels are being used to clear up wreckage. The photo
mi Marcos building, one of the few big structures to suffer.
['he Daily "Classified" Columns

SUBSCRIBE NQW
FOR
THE SUMER DILY
Visit Detroit This Summer
And Enjoy, a.Real Vacation
Put-In-Bay in L akea Erie'
'The most picturesque and delightful Summer pleasure Island near
Detroit. Every sport that pleases:; Bathing, dancing, sailing; explore
themyserios caves; see Perry's battle monument, picnic groves,
athletic fields. Numerous fine hotels and cottages cater to Summer
visitors and at reasonable p rices. Stay a day or aweek and enjoy
yourself, forget your troubles and renew your health..
This beautiful island playground 'is reached only by the palatial and speedy day
excursgion steamer PUJT-IT-BAY. One great deck devoted to dancing and music;
restful cabins and breeze-swept open decks.
Steamer PUT-IN4-BA"Y gives excursionis daily fntm Detroit to Put-In-Bay Island
at 9 a. mn. from the wha4l at the foot of First Street. Four hours crowded with
pleasure at the island, and arrive back in Detroit at 8 p. mn. Fare for the round
trip 80 cents week days; Sundays and Holidays, $1.25.
Cedar Point and Sandusky, Ohio,
After leaving Put-In-Bay Island the steamer sails on through the narrow chan-
nels among the delightful Lake Erie Islands~to Sandusky and Cedar Point, Ohio.
Cedar Point. just across the bay from Sandusky. is known as the Atlantic City of
the Wes t. With its huge hotels, electric park,n agnificent bathing beach and
board walk it is easily the Queen of the Great Lankes Summer resorts.
On Fridasys, af ter July 4?, steamer Put-In~lay gives a special excursion to Cedar-
Point, allowing four hours at the wonderful resort, and reaching Detroit at
10.30 p. in.
Dancing Moonlights Write for Map Folder
Leaves Detroit 8:45 p. m.
Fare, Wed., Thurs. 60c. Sat., Ashley & Dustin
Sun. and Holidaiys. 75c. Seae.Ln
I Foot of First Street
Detroit, Mich.
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ISLAND LAKE

Balloon

Da

IWed nesday -,Thursday - Friday- Saturday E
-,

Anther Big

--at-

'the Blue Lantern

M R ENT
nom on 1st floor, street
ance, bath adjoining.'
lady employed during
1.233 Washtenaw.
n private residence on
all 537 Second St., or-
ber-nian and wife -
men--We will arrange
rs in prvate homne as
Ideal location.: Phone
apatment--large haill
impus location, steam
$55. Phone 7h5-1,

II LOST
$10.00 REWARD-For finding pigskin
wallet containing $90Y00. Return, to
Secretary's~ office. Business' card,
Howard M. Fish.
LOST-Black leather secretary's port-
folio, 2 large and 4 small pockets.
Suitable reward. C. A. Mertz,
Phone 7010.
THETA PHI ALPHA sorority pin. Re-
tuirn to 525 Benjamin or call 843
WANTEII
IIGH SCHOOL, girl desires opportuw-
ity to work for iriom and bona d in
private home. Call 6853, afternoonis

Friday, June 10
At, Island Lake
Jean Goldkette's
BREEZE BLOWERS

Featuring Frank Prumbauer. One of the most
saxaphonists in the country.
Dancing every night except Mondays and Tuesd
Matinee Sunday afternoons.

soUMREmoms E EEEEE EEUVA
PENIS DRUG STORE'S
723 'forth LUniversity 1Ave.3

St,

T IN JEVERY SHIOPPING D)

217 North Main St.;~
[STRMICT"

SERVICE IS A PLEASURE"

'Where
dI ferments'

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FOOD collects ins
those tiny V-shaped'
crevices formed by,
the joining of the
teeth and gums--The
Danger Line. This
food ferments. Acids
formn. Acid Decay of

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Strnuos Work!
After strenuous exercise of any sort, what
ai relief to gyet under the shower-and
then a rub-down with Mifflin Alkoholl
Tired muscles are, eased and soothed,,
nerves are quieted, the whole body is ire-
laxed, comforted.
Of course, Mifflin ;Alkohol has dozens of
other daily uses!t
Fine to, soften the beard, before shaving;
to cool and soothe the skin, AFTER shaving.
Splendid relief for tired, -aching feet;*, great
for sunburn; a.n efficient antiseptic and
germicide.
Mifflin .Alkohol is denatured by a formula
which actually improves it for external use.
College teams and many oither athletic
organizations use Mifflin Alkoh')A regu-
larly, Be sure YOU get MIFFLIN-in 'the
handy-grip otne-pint bottles as illustrated.-

.Yust as the hairbrush
left ift"

Colege Men
now keep their hair smooth
lustrous,, always in place

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teeth results. The gumus, too,'
Mme irritated and sore.
quibb's~ Dental Creami, made'with
ibb's Milk of Magnesia, safely
tralizes, these' acids. It protects.
teeth from Acid Decay at The
ger Line and elsewhere. It keeps
teeth clean, attractive and.
:id. It soothes the gums. Use it

0

Today, as never ,before, college
men have smooth, well-kept hair.
Why?
A few years ago the hair .was a;
nuisance to almost everyone, for'
it was usually the least attractive
part of the appearance -- always
unkempt anid unsightly an hour
after being combed.
There was noway, then, to keep
it from being so. Old-fashioned
pomades only matted it and made
it greasy. Water evaporated quickly
and left it drier and more unruly,
than ever,
Today everyone can~ have
smooth, neatly combed hair
Now Stacomb - a delicate, invis-
'ible cream for kreeping the hair in
place - has changed all that.
It is responsible for the amazingly
improved appearance of men's hair.
And it has made possible for every
woman, however "difficult" .her
hair, the new smooth~ effect so much
in vogue. , '
IAl clubs and fraternities,at the
theatre or the game, today you can

seldom find even one case of i
kempt hair.
People who~ know that the h
~can ruin the whole appearance
people who are careful abou~tt
way they look - have given S
comb an important place on th~
chiffonier or dressing tale.
No matter how dry and stragi
your hair may be - no matter hi
uncontrollable after being wash
--- Stacomb will keep it alwe
in place, smooth, lustrous, natur
A touch of it in the morning wh
you comb your hair - and all d
long your hair will be just as y
want it, for Stacomb will keep
smoothly in place until you go
-bed at night.
s s'
You can get Stacomb in convt
ient jars and tubes, at all drug a
department stores. Non-staini
and non-greasy. Use it tomorr
morning - and look your best
day!
KEEPS THE HAIR IN PLA

-morning, noon and night.
tube or two on hand. At
fsts everywhere.

Keep:
drug-

\QJ"1B.
,DENTAL CREAM
,-ad with Squihbh§ MVik of Magnesia
E. R. SQUIBB & SONS, New York-Manufacturinu,
Chemists to the Medical Profession aince lg$

Mifflin Chemical Corporation
PHILADELPHIA, PA.'
Sates Agents. HAROLD r. R ircHiEi & Co., lnt,,
171 Madison Ave., New York
Toronto~ Sydney Wellington
the external tonic
AT ALL GOOD DRUG STORES

MIFFLIN
I ALKOWL
Mif 1rv

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Free
Offer:

IStandard Laboratories, Inc.,I
13 W .18th St., New Yoi
Please send me, free of cht
generous sample tube of Stacoml
Name ..................
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@!192$

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