TO. SUMMER SCHO STUDENTS
We wish t> e AlI your attention to the excellent program which has been selected for your especial benefit. While in Ann Arbor, during the hot season,
you will of course want some interesting and wholesome diversion. And you want it in a cool place.
THE A .CADE THE ATRE is, without question, the "coolest spot" in Ann Arbor. Here are a few of the really good things which ycu can
see at the Arcade during the next four'weeks. There will be many others. Watch our program in every issue of the Wolverine.
Eleanor Wi odruff and Charles Richman in "The Hero of Sub- Anita Stewart in "The Suspect."
marine D-2"I Alice Brady in "La Boheme."
Virginia Pearson, Joseph Kilgouir, Naomi Childers and Bobby
Connello in "The Turn of the Road."
E1"Il Clay ton and Carlyle Blackwell in "His Brother's Wife."
Nance O'Neil in "The Flames of Johannis."
Francis X. nBushman and Beverly Bayne in "The Wall Between."
Mmse. Petrova in 'The Eternal Question
Ethel Ciyon and House Peers in "The Great Divide."
Kathlyn Williams in "Into the Primitive."
Clara Kimball Young in "The Feast of Life."
Mme. Petrova in "Playing with Fire."
Harold Lockwood and May Allison in "One Cylinder Courtship.'
William Gillette in "Sherlock Holmes."
Charlie Chaplin in "The Floorwalker" and "The Fireman."
You cannot afford to miss any of these features. Remember the place
T E ARCADE THEATRE - - 715 North University Avenue
Shows Daily at 3:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
In addition to our regular feature we have, as a special, a good comedy, cartoon, or travel feature every day.
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low Out Candle
Iowing the Senior Girls' house
at Newberry Residence, the an-
breakfast was held June 24, at
's Tea Room. Louise Potter was
mistress, and the following toasts
given: "4 in 1," Selma Lindell
ughts," Dean Myra B. Jordan;
a,'" Jemina Wenley, and "The
g ah Woman," Helen Humphreys.
,or the breakfa~st, the traditional
lighted candle was passed around and
those who blew it out thereby an-
nounced their engagements. The mem-
bers of the class who blew out the
candle are: Ethelyn Bolen, Helen Mc-
Donald, Leola Royce, Mildred Bachers,
Helen Blair, Ida Lewis, Gertrude
Fisher, Dorothy Walker, Constance
Orcutt, Leila Quirt, Myrtle Young,
Adele Westbrook, and Harriet Good-
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Miss Leonora Allen, teacher in voice,
of the University School of Music fac-
ulty and Albert Lindquist, concert solo-
ist of New York City, were married at
the close of the spring tour of the
Minneapolis orchestra, in Harristown,
Illinois, the home of the bride.
Miss Alice Smith, '15, and Don-
ald C. May, '10E, were married June
20, at the home of the bride's parents
in Ann Arbor. Mr. May was captain
of the 'Varsity track team in 1910.
Julia Henning, '16, and Ralph Con-
ger, '15, were married June 17. The
bride is a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma, and the groom is a member
of Delta Upsilon. Mr. Conger leaves
for the front with the Michigan troops.
The engagement of Esther Bury, '16,
and Harry Clark, '16, has been an-
nounced. Miss Bury is a member of
The engagement of Miss Eva Mar-
garet Smith, sister of Prof. Arthur W.
Smith, and Orret Tatlock, son of Rev.
and Mrs. Henry Tatlock, of this city,
has been announced .
Miss Hazel Bartlett, a graduate of
the University School of Music, and
Samuel Cline Cady, a graduate of the
Engineering School, were married
June 24, at the home of the bride's
parents in this city.
Miss Ina Fox, '11, and Robert Wes-
ton Babcock, formerly a student in
the University, were married June 13,
at the Church of Christ in this city.
Miss Dorothy M. Moran, '16, and
Glen -L. Cowing, '16L, were married
June 22, at the Church of Christ, in
Joseph Wilson, '15, married Lenore
P. Trygsland, '17 .,in Chicago last
week. , Wilson worked on The Michi-
gan Daily last year and was a mem-
ber of Sigma Delta Chi. He has been
teaching in a boys' school in the west
during the past year.
W. IARTZOWKA, BRILLIANT SAG.
INAW SCHOLARI ENTERS U. OF 1.L
William P. Martzowka, 17 years old,
just graduated from Saginaw high
high school, has been awarded the
Alonzo Bingham scholarship of $1,200
to the University, because he stood the
highest in Saginaw in his studies dur-
ing the past year. This award is given
annually to the Saginaw high boy who
has the highest average grade. Mart-
zowka's average was 96.87 per cent.
MOTOR LINE TO WHITMORE
Visitors at Whitmore Lake will find
hotel accommodations, boating, fishing
and dancing. Tbroughout the summer
a motor bus will run several times
daily between Ann Arbor and the lake.
The schedule on page two gives fur-
Any time is the right time for a glass of
Morning, noon, or night-.ir a thirst-quencher, or
just for a delicious healthful beverage-you will find
a new pleasure in every refreshing glass.
THE COCA-COLA CO.
TEACHERS: past, present or future
you will find something in our ad o
page 3 to interest you. Hamilton Bust
TYPEWRITERS for-rent or sale at
Hamilton Business College, State and
Demanedtheenuieby full, ae-
niicaes, encourage subtiitution.
You will find that if you can teach the commercial
branches you can procure a better position in the fall
Every student of law should be able to write short-
han d and operate a typewriter. You can use short-
hand in the class-room now and at court later on
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BUSINESS STUDENTS II
A knowledge of stenography and bookkeeping is
the 42 centimeter gun that will open for you the way
into the business world
Join the summer classes at
Hamilton usiness College
State and William Phone 342-R