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BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
TO BE DECIDED JULY 22
Four factions in the education
school are striving'- for athletic su-
premacy, with weekly baseball games
to decide the issue. These contests
are held at 4 o'clock every Wednes-
day on Fearry Field.
Last week the Superintendents
trounced the Principals by a 12 to 4
score. The Faculty will play the
Teachers this week to determine who
will meet the crack Superintendents'
team for the championship on July
22.
BUY A T.AG TOMORROW

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ansas City, Mo., for
is wealthy father,
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10 CLSES
INSTRUCTION

92d TIME.
GARRICK Eves. - 50c to $2.50
Wed. Mat. 50C to $1.50
11th Big Week Sat. Mat. 5Ot to $200
The liracle Play of America
ANNE NICHOLS'
"Abie'sI Irish Rose"
SEE IT You Will Eventually
SE94T* WHY NOT NOW!
SEATS NOW
For This and Next Week.

Democratic conference than it does a 6, 1922. The son asserts he shot in!
legal battle for a man's life. This self defense, whil'e the state is at-
photograph shows the accused man tempting to show it was premediated.
with his counsel. Left to right: 'Inset is closeup of Garvey
Joshua Barbee, Democratic state
chairman; Charles M. Howell, prom- BUY A 'AG TOMORROW
inent in the Democratic party's af-
fairs; Garvey; Senator James A.
Reed of Missouri, Edward J. Curtin,
assistant prosecutor in the recent ARTISTIC I
Democratic regime, and State Senator .PRINTING
Michael Casey, Democrat. Garvey
shot and killed his father September .PROGRAMS

T6 Make Room for Early Fall Moc
If the buying of a department has been judicial at the end
season it is not a matter of disposing of unwanted merchandis
quite the contrary it is a matter of giving one's patrons an) un
opportunity to purchase practically new merchandise at a won
reduction. This sort of thing brings such response that a v
of business is done with satisfaction on both sides of every tr
tion. That is why we carefully do our buying and take pri
offering at the end of the season articles that are fresh and
value that will please you.

Patronize Daily

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of dancing,
uresque folk
eps of mod-
offered this
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BOOK PLATES
FRATERNITY
PUBLICATIONS

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ing is devoted to the
indamental movements
uch as walking, 'run-
nd skipping, and much
upon rhythm training.
vements, the students
own dances, interpret-
as each -sees fit. By
flowing robes, Grec-
k "scarfs and balloons,
costume effects are se-
. dancing, special at-
g. given this, year to
anish. Clogging offers
ng in ryhthm, as well
. and. character danc-
Pfice, director of the
ral and folk dancing
at work on a' dance
riven at the end of the
t, and which will com-
e types of dancing.
trots and combination
ibjects of study in the
classes conducted from
n Tuesday and Thurs-
inder the direction of
cCormick, for begin-
of ballroom dancing.
) men and women turn
classes and Miss Mc-
.ts that the progress
kable.
INNIS ROUN
WT TOMORHOW
ay is the last time
tch results may be
the summer tennis
doubles matches have
ed. It is probable that1
on will be thrown out1
perctnt of results are
s K. G. Moore won
ott 6-2, 6-1. This de-
marks Moore as a
ant. Bergman, by vir-I
iover Sidwell, also
ssible winner. McIn-
in are expected to
'showing. The second
rt tomorrow.

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Over Hoe's Sport Shop
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HE girl stenographer who
gets her education here is
always sure of herself because
we equip her with an educatiqui
that is thorough. Enroll today.

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NEW CASINO PAVILION
Dancing Every Night,
EXCEPT SUNDAY
NAT NATOLP"S
ORCHESTRA T
ONE OF THE BEST
This dance pavilion is one of the largest an finest in the State.
WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN
Forty-five Minutes Drive from Ann Arbor
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Plenty of Variety in Same Quality
Among these mid-summer styles there are hats of every desc
tion. Graceful broad-brimmed models lovely for their coloring al
then there are the small saucy shapes as well as the 'conserva
effects for the ladies who prefer simplicity in their' dress, but -
each and every one there is the assurance of quality and that inh-e
niceness a lady demands. Here we think of that constantly
whether it is a sale or a brand new stock our one effort wlil bE
offer such-tee best quality and style for the most moderate p
This rqduction in our hat department is just another example.

MACK'S SECOND FLOOR

Prepare here for Success

IIAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
State & William

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Ann Arbor

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The Lone Survivor

Give your pen a
drink of
Will not clog or
gum the point
and makes the
best pen write
better.

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Cross secoon of a otCh, shoi.g
Acid Decay at The Danger Lies,.
Y u ,can'tscour
away ',the',aci~ds
Inth hich cause decay. Yo
can neutralize them-
safely and effectively-
with Squibb's Dental
Cream, made with
Squibb's Milk of Mag-

sNew Invention
July 13. (By. A.P.)-Dr. H.
professor of physics in the
iperial University, is credi-
inventing a new pendulum
n determining gravity. The
is said to be constructed
tungsten, mounted in a spec-
and to be practically free
ide influences. Its inventor
e pendulum can withstand,
magnetic impulses combined.'
July 13.-Torrential rains,
high tieds, flooded many!
treets yesterday. The flood
rious delays to traffic. In
3tions of Luzon roads and'
ere washed away and fieldsl

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At drugists.

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The 46 Special at
Special at $3.75 are
care and attention t
Sheaffer the pensof

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New York
370 7th Avenue

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$5.00 and the Student's
fashioned with the same
.o detail that has made the
perfection. .
'ythe Creators off the Lifeti me eci
PENS "LIFETIME" PENCILS
W. A. SHEAFFER PEN CO., Fort Madison, Iowa

is Sheaem
powS are tippe"
With the hard.
wt native ir".

DENTAL-CREAM
Made with Squibbs$ilk ofAagnesia
E. R. SQUIBB & SONS, Chemists o the Medical Profession since 1858
Send for free booklet regarding the $25,000.00 Squibb
Educational Contest. Contest Editor, E. R. Squibb & Sons,
P. 0. Box 1132, City Hall Station, New York City.

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502 Jacobs" 814&s
SanFrancico
8tMarket Stree

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