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AY, JULY 4, 1920

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

~Y, JULY 4, 1929 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PA03 THRU

1RS i * RASEY TO
ADDRESS CONVENTIONi
Vice-President of League of Women
Voters Is Nationally Prominent
Lecturer
UPSON, RIGHTOR TO SPEAK

TREATS SOIL WITH ELECTRIC PLOW

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FOR RENT-Single rooms at $2.50
1 '' at 604 E. Washington. No. G
eI ections , FOR RENT-Furnished apartment.
One double room. One single
Mackaill's-what shall I call it?- xoom. Dial 6979 in the morning
exhibition, I might add that the or evening. No. 9, 10, 11
technique of creating a picture out
of av ery short, short story seems WANTED

"HIS CAPTIVE WOMAN"
At the Michigan is a corking good
show. "His Captive Woman" is
taken from a short story by the
ill-fated Donn Byrne, and repre-
sents that romantic Irish gentle-
man writingt with an irony strong -

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to be the latest "talkie" discovery.
With the court room scene as a
background, the narrative of the
storv is s e prm~i a isfe,

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Leading the discussion at the 'ly reminiscent of O. Henry. Di- back. It works out splendidly in
Wednesday morning meeting, July rector Fitzmaurice, triumphantly, this case, but still represents the
10, of the Citizenship school to be}~ has kept the bitter element and director experimenting in his me-
held July 9 to 11, and sponsored by turned out a splendid picture-ro- dium.
the fourth region of the League of mantic to be sure, but not sloppily RLA
Women Voters, Mrs. W. W. Ramsey, orh a i-t----
a prominent speaker from outside. Dorothy Mackaill, in this story of
the state, will take as her subject -.the South Sea Isles and a square L A S S I F I E F
"The Responsibility of the Pro- , cop, is Dorothy a la mode; and as ADVERTISING
gram of Work Committee." . . :. . i the picture progresses, what withl
Mrs. Ramsey, a Pennsylvanian, is -- .the heat and all which makes
the daughter of a leading news- An electric plow is in use on the 13,465 acre Sibley farm in Illinois. clothing such a nuisance, she be- CANOE BARGAIN (for sale)-
paper editor. She is nationally The plow is said to treat the soil a nd to kill weeds and insects. comes progressively a la mode-er. Phone 3162 or see J. E. Miller at
prominent, and is serving as fifth The climax comes when she goes in 540 Walnut St. 10, 11, 12
vice-president of the National Agnes E. Wells To Be POST INTRAMURAL swimming and is nearly killed by
League of Women Voters. She has a shark. If you will believe me, the FOR RENT
lately gone to Illinois, where, in Honored At Luncheon TOURNAMENT LIST shark really does not rate next to _______________________
addition to her national work, she Miss Mackaill. If the director had ~FOR RENT-A small furnished
is affiliated with the state League Miss Agnes E. Wells, visiting pro- Lists for the following summer not supervised the "cutting" we fIont apartment of 3 rooms near
organization. Mrs. Ramsey's subject fessor from the University of In- sports tournaments have been should probably have seen the Women's League. Phone 3741. 10
for the Ann Arbor convention is diana, will be the guest of honor drawn up and posted on the bulle- shark bow, swim to one side and
one on which the attention of the at a luncheon to be given by Miss tin board in the Intramural Sports stare in admiration of Miss Mac- FOR RENT-Two large rooms for
League is much centered. Grace Richards, adviser to women, building: Tennis, golf, handball, kaill-she being just that way. men students; two blocks from
The meetings of the congress are on Friday, July 5, in the League squash, swimming, horseshoes, base However, lest I be accused of a campus. Call at 917 E. Huron.
open to both men and women, as (building. ball, and Sigma Delta Psi. All those Freudian inhibition over Miss No. 9, 10
the' subjects discussed will be of' Miss Wells, who is Dean of who have signed up for any of___ --- --
interest to all voters. Students of Women at Indiana during the win- these activities will find their op-
the Summer Session who wish to ter session, is offering a four weeks ponents' names and telephone
take advantage of the oportunities course here in the School of Edu- numbers on the bulletin board and U
offered will be welcomed. cation on 'Admin istrative Work for should make arrangements forI B* W .. ..R
The subject for discussion during Deans of Girls in High Schools." playoffs immediately.
the afternoon sessions is county' _________________________
government, a topic which will be Our Bargain Table of Text
handled by various speakers from
Non-resident members of thetN
program include Mrs. Ramsey, Dr. Cannot Fail to Interest Yo
L. D. Upson and Mr. C. E. Rightor,
both of the Detroit Bureau of
Governmental Research; Senator Today and Friday
Claude Stephens, city attorney of Absorbing!
Highland Park; and Raymond At- -n, j iF U N I
kinson, of Ohio institute, Colum-
bus. Fascinating! BOO

WANTED-Responsible young man
for afternoon work at Majestic
Theatre. No. 10, 11
LOST
LOST-Between Natural Science
Building and the Boulevard,
keys in black leather key holder.
Call 7539. No. 8, 9, 10
LOST--A pair of tortoise shelled
glasses; library style; in vicinity
of 418 E. Washington. Dial 21165.
No. 9, 10
LOST-Between Natural Science
Building and the Boulevard,
keys in black leather key holder.
Call 7539. No. 8, 9, 10
LOST-Sorority pin. Greek letters
S.A.I. University and Women's
League Building and on North
University.dDial 7380; ask for
Helen Gould.

GAINS

And

6KS

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VERSIT Y
KSTORE

ASKS PUBLISHING
OF COOK LETTER
In a recent letter to the Michi-
gan Alumnus, Delbert J. Haff,
'86L, of Kansas City, suggested that
William W. Cook's letter read at
the Founder's Day celebration at
the Lawyers Club be printed in the
form of a pamphlet. He agreed, if
this was done, to take five hundred
copies for distribution among the
members of the Kansas City bar.
Mr. Cook, donor of both the Law-
yers Club and the Martha Cook
dormitory, has never seen either
of these buildings. It has been his
custom to send an annual letter
to be read at -the Founder's Day
banquet in lieu of delivering an
address in person.

You'll Like It!
." JACK
MARIi
'BIMlY OMI'SON

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AFTER THE 4th
Clearance

STARTS TOMORROW

With Positive Reductions

OF
FROM

1-4 to 1-2

"Love Spats" i"Dancing Town"
Paramount Comedy I Novelty I

Paramount I Topics
News I of the Day

SATURDAY "THE FAR CALL"

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Weeks of planning, grouping and price cutting have been spent
for the occasion in order to offer our patrons the very greatest
values in quality merchandise. Because of the magnitue of
this event we impsess upon your mind the importance of attend-
ing-and that tomorrow.

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FOR THE
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Values up to $12.00
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A most important event is taking place Wednesday and
very latest in Hand Bags . . . all the newest designs
= . . . and leather combinations . . . at an exceptional
=price.
LEATHER GOODS SECTION-MAIN FLOOR
It is only through a special purchase that we are
= able to put these purses on the market at the price
quoted above . . . The collection consists of large and -
small sizes . .. Ring Handles . .. back straps...
top straps . . . novelty clasps . . . envelope shapes .
kids . . . snake . . . imitation alligator . . . combination
snake and calf . . . In fact every new style you can
-Imagine.
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Coats

Here is an opportunity to buy
at a fraction of their former
worth coats for travel, town
and country. Popular ma-
terials and a complete range
of sizes.
Fine Moire, Bengalia, Satin,
Broadcloth, Tweed and Mix-
tures.

Dresses
One Regular Stock
Group of Dresses
Dresses that originally sold
at $19.75 and $25. Every de-
sirable material, shade and
combination. Styles of the
moment in a good size range.

$500

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$250

OUR FINEST
FROCKS ARE
NOW REDUCED
IN FRICE FROM

$1050'

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OUR BETTER
COATS AT
SUBSTANTIAL
REDUCTIONS

KEEP Yourself In-
formed of Campus
News YOU MUST
Read The Daily
Official Bulletin.

All
Wool

Suits and
Ensembles

WAY YOU SHOULD BUY NOW
1. The reductions are genuine.
2. It is the final cut. .
3. Most of the garments are suit-
able for Fall use.

All Pajamas and
Negligees
Their
-- Original
Price

1-2

Their
Original
Price

Saturdays
and August
6 p. m.

During July
we Close at

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