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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1930

THE UMMR CHIGN DILYFRIAY. JULY +11.a19o0

STAGE WHISPER
By Helen Carron
i ojecion -and what can you do: in the cast had a positive pnhn
abou itanyway - this individual! for blustering and bellowing. The!
wil tketime out to criticize, re- doctor was incredibly noisy and
veor "pan," as you will, "Close worrisome. "Sister," the horrible
Harmony," ~little brat, was perhaps atil o
Neryevery member of the cast, brattish and a bit too coy.
individually, played rather well. Strangely enough, in the midst of
However, collectively, as just one all our disparaging remarks, we canc
big family and the usual good cleanE find it in this steel heart of ours to
fun, they didn't register. Each was: mention that Miss Bauersmith, as
working just as hard as he could, !Mrs. Sheridan, gave us a ratherl
for himself. As regarded the unity neat piece of work. However, we
there seemed to be very little of1 still have an idea that the wicked
that. An extremely bad habit that boy who kicked little sister in the
the majority of the cast was inflict- stomach was the most important
ing on its audience was the annoy-' character in the play. We should
ing manner of saying speeches and have seen more of him.
having it done with, a dropping- I suppose we should' be a little
out - of- 'character-and-waiting- for kinder about this production, but
cues idea.; we can't. It was too tedious. Like
Clarence Dammon as Bertram "Sister," we're spoiled brats. "Holi-
Sheridan made the bad mistake of day," as a play, was too much
biting off all his sentences. and I chocolate ice cream, served by mis-
flinging them at the audience. I take in place of the bouillon.

Yachtsmen to Battle I
for America's Trophy

PR.ICE WAR CUTS
GAS TO 5 CENTS
Retail Cost Approaches State
a Tax Level in California.
(By Associated Press)
SAN FRANCISCO, July 10.-Gaso-
line retailed as low as 5 cents a
gallon, including a 3-cent state tax,
as the price cutting war raged on
the Pacific coast today. Predic-
tions were widely made the price
would be pounded down to the
~state tax of 3 cents in California.
The price reached the 5-cent
level in Fresno Wednesday. One
large distributing company in Ta-
coma which had been selling at
7 1-2 cents retail planned to' shade
that quotation by 1 cent a gallon.
IThe lowest retail price in Los An-
geles was 8 1-2 cents, including the
3-cent tax. Seattle motorists were
paying 9 1-2 to 11 cents, including
a 3-cent tax. Portland retail prices
ranged from 10 to 13 1-2 cents, in-
cluding a 4-cent tax. Quotations in
San Francisco ranged from 10 to
14 cents, including tax.
aIndependent dealers in San
Francisco have asked Gov. Young
to aid in having gasoline distribu-
tors as public utilities operating
under regulation by the state
railroad commission.

merI foi mation concerning the itinerary and other trip details is also avail-
mIn. able at the Summer Session office. All expenses, approximately $30 :00
i William H. Hobbs.
the Womens Education Club: The Women's Education Club will hold
ion, I i joint meeting with Pi Lambda Theta on Monday evening at 7:15 in
the Alumnae Room at the Women's League Building. Dr. Willard C.
in., Olson will speak on the new elementary school unit of the University.°
to- All1 Women in Ann Arbor who are interested in this subject are invited
i-to attend. Berniece Backus, Chairman.

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Sir Thomas Lipton
World famous sportsman, who is
bringing his latest "Shamrock" to
the United States in another at-,
tempt to carry the America's cup
back to England.T

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NOW Michigan

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In formal Opening

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Vita phone
All Talking
Production

2 09 South State Street
Body for 32 Years

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SATURDAY, JULY 12 b

LAST TIMES TONIGHT

OPENING DINNER WILL BE SERVED
5:00 P. Al. TO 7:00 P.M.
An Innovation for Discrminatng Ann Arbor Clientele
Seating 400 Guests
________DINING AND DANCING DAILY _____
Matinee Tea Dancing Every Evening
Founain nd La art Serice 8:00 P.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Founain nd La art Serice Dinners and A La Carte/
2:00 P. M. to. 5:00 P. M. Service

HARRY RICHMAN
Talking Melody Hit
"Puttin' on the Ritz"
STARTING SATURDAY

EDDIE BUZZELL
Talking Comedy
Vita phone Act

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4 DAYS ONLY

Dolores Del RiJoin
"The Bad One" -with-
Edmund udLowe
Two Great .Stars-Together for the first
time since their appearance in
"What Price Glory"~

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o Matinee Tomorrow at 3:15-Also Tomorrow Nigh
ALL Phone
OSEATS 63000
75 COEHR OYfor
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(THE LAUGH HIT) f
By Elmer Rice and Dorothy Parker
Box office open today 10.9 Lydia Mendelsohn Theatre

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DODS REASONABLE PRICES
!he UNION CAFETERIA
SPECIAL LUNICHEONS AND DINNERS FIFTY CENTS

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