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"Over the Top" is considered one
eningg-7 a,8 en and: a of the foremost stories of the war be- July 16, 5 p. m.-The Social Outlot
Phone-G 6oJUcause it was written by a man who After the War. Mr. A. E. Wood.
PROGRAM FOR JULY has been there, who has suffered sev- 7:30 p. m.-Visitors' Night at the O
Xed-16-17-Henry B. Walthall en wounds, been promoted for brav- servatory. Admission by tick
His Stubs cifHcecr" in 7 Pasts.-
Fi-8-e-Jack Pickficrda ery, and still stirs the heart of Amer- only.
s Rajesty, SunkerB ean." Also ica with his lectures and vibrant 8 p.m.-Personal Health a Nation
res Travels and Comedy.
?c-Bryant Washburn in "Twen- tales. Habit. Dr. W. E. Forsythe.
ne." Also Pathe News and The story is full of humor, and has Juy 17, 5 p. m.-The Unity of the En
1-2I-22-J. Stuart Blackton in the dash and the indomitable optimism lish Speaking Peoples a Guarant
ild Youth." Also Sennett Com- of the true American thoroughbred. of Peace. Prof. G. R. Wrong of i
Ved-23.24--Bessie Barriscale in The picture, "Over the Top," starring University of Toronto.
ndfolded. Also Judge Brown
aedy. Sergeant Arthur Guy Empey, the au- 7:30 p. m.-Visitors' Night at the C
thor himself, will be shown at the servatory. Admission by tick
Arcade tomorrow only, only.
pheu l Theater 8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Us
IBSE' AND SHAKESPEtARE versity School of Music. (Hill a
5enoo n 1 onand en:on DELIGHT AUIDIENMES ditoriume)
Phone-16o-J July 18, 5 p. m.-The Role of Niaga
PROGRAM FOR JULY (Continued from Page One) Falls in History (Illustrated). I
-i6--Sensues Hayakawa is "The (otne-fo aeOe) C .Sur
ret Game." Alec Nees and Gem- ed much to the production. Of the C. 0. Saner,
-s7-Jaek Pisberd in "Jask and -four plays. given in Ann Arbor, the 8 p. m.-Educational motion pictur
Also News and Comedy. best was probably the first one, "As July 19, 2:30 p. in-ExcursIon to
Fr- 8ai ReBelle Bennestlen You Like It." Besides the fact that agara Falls, under the direction
nedy, "Mr. Miller Muddles."c s perfectly suited to outdoor Dr. C. O. Sauer, via Michigan Cent
Brias." AlnNees and Cent- production, Miss Kearns and Mr. railroad, to Detroit and steamer
lc1-.-at22-Jack Richardson in Sonnes were at their best as Rosa- Buffalo.
is Enemy, the Law." Also Serial lind and Orlando. The entire series, 5 p. m.--Robert Browning, a Poet
0, "V egaceandthe Wemen"Me.Po.LA.Srus
-3 -Vivian ai nin"Holly however, was a great success and the Men. Prof. L. A. Strauss.
:angled." Also News and Com- company is sure to he warmly we- 8 p. m.-Some Great American Libr
liIiiiiiiiIIIili i 1111111 11V comed on its return to Ann Arbor ies (Illustrated). Librarian W.
next summer, Bishop.
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PROGRAM FOR JULY
-16--,thel Clayton in "The
rney's End" andPathe News.
-7-Sergt.. Arthur Guy Empey
"Over the Top" and Screen Tele -
m. (Shows at 3:0, 7:c and
ri-8- 19-Constance Talmadge
"Up the Road With Sallie" and
-inie Comedy, "A Bold Bad
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(Continued from Page One)
one in the Imperial Russian Observ-
atory, and the one at Harvard uni-
versity. The reflector of thisi instru-
ment was made in France, out of
special glass found in that country,
then brought to the United States,
where it was silvered. The original
price was about $4,000, but owing to
present war conditions, it could not
now be bought for $10,000. This re-
flector measures 37 1-2 inches in di-
ameter and is 6 1-2 inches in thick-
ness. It is necessary to resilver its
surface every four months in ordgr
to preserve a flawless reflection. -At
the present time it is used exclusive-
ly for photography and cannot be
used for any other purpose until the
complicated photographic apparatus
Majority of Uniforms Issued
Every member of the detachment,
with the exception of a few odd sizes,
has been issued the required cloth-
ing. Leggings, hats, service cords,
underwear, blouses, shirts, and
breeches have all been issued. The
regulation army shoes have not as
yet arrived, but Quartermaster Stot-
ter expects to receive the remainder
of the consignment by the middle of
Hoarding Penalties in Italy
In accordance with a recent official
decree published in Rome, any per-
son in Italy who purchases foodstuffs
or goods of common or large con-
sumption and lays in supplies greater
than the normal or ordinary needs of
the family and dependents, is punish-
able by a fine of from $4 to $190, or
by imprisonment up to a month, and
the goods are confiscated.
LEASED LIVES. A Baccalaureate
address delivered recently at the
University of Indiana by Lloyd C.
Douglas has been produced in a
brochure. On sale at the bookstores
Dancing at the Armory every Sat-
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July 23, 5 p. m.-Practical Arithmetic.
Prof C. . Krpinki.Regular steamer service between
Prof. C. L. Karpioski.
I p. in-.The City Milk Supply (11- Detroit and Buffalo. The two Giant
lustrated). Dr. U. G. Rickert. Steamers of the Great Lakes-City of
July 24, 5 p. m.-The War and Econ- Detroit III and City of Cleveland III
omic Reconstruction. Prof. 1. L. -make daily trips between Buffalo
Sharfman. and Detroit, leaving Detroit at 5 p. rn.,
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni' leaving Buffalo 6 p. m. Daily' service
versity School of Music. (Hill au- is also given between Detroit and
ditorium.) Cleveland. The steamers Eastern
States and Western States leave both
h Scale points at 10:45 p. in., arriving at des-
tination early the following morning.
Four trips weekly are made between
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The next complimentary recital7
given under the auspices of the Ui-I
versity School of Music will takeI
place in Hill auditorium Wednesday e
evening, July 17, at which time a pro-
gram of unusual interest will be giv-
en. Theodore Harrison, head of the
voice department of the school, wilt
lead the audience in the singing of
several groups of patriotic songs.
Slides will be shown on the screen
and the audience will be given an
opportunity to join in the sing iag
not only of national airs, but also a
number of songs which are being
sung by boys in the camps here and
In addition solo numbers will ha
contributed by Robert Dieterle, bar-
itone, and Earl V. Moore, organist.
The army mechanics and otherenen
in uniform are especially invited to
occupy places in the center sections
on the main floor, while the general
public will be admitted to the side
sections on main floor and the first
and second balconies.
The Summer Choral Union, under
the direction of Earl V. Moore, held
its second rehearsal at the University
School of Music last evening at 7:00
o'clock. A large attendance was pres-
ent at the first rehearsal. The Chorus
will offer Thomas' "Swan and the
Skylark" during the last week of
Mrs. Marie Dole-Lovejoy, a mem-
ber of the class of 1917 School of
Music, was an Ann Arbor visiter Fri-
day. Her husband, Philip Lovejoy,
is a member of the American Expe-
ditionary Forces in France.
Horace L. Davis, well-known in
Ann Arbor music circles, is a mem-
ber of the 85th Division, Camp Cus-
ter, which it is rumored is about to
leave for over-seas.
The attendance at the University
School of Music Summer Session is
in excess of that of last year.
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