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July 25, 1918 - Image 4

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The Wolverine, 1918-07-25

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PAGE FOUR
THE
WANTED-Young man to w
rings. Busy Bee, 313 S
St.
Dancing at the Armory ev
urday evening. Fisher's 0
-Adv.
A LARGE
ASSORTMENT OF
General
Books
FOR ALL CLASS
Sheehan & C
C. W. Graham, Prc

THE WOLVERINE
DETACHMENT NEW

ork eve-
o. State
13-3t
ery Sat-
rchestra.

no more than right
Tear ( rGise~is c with appropriate na
I ~ General Hell and Gs
M isplaced Literary Ability1 ' 1tE t Yl TIM TA
(From Everybody Reads It) I;l MA I FRO
He was a man of considerable liter-
ary ability, having once been editor of Private Paul Mark
an Ann Arbor newspaper. few days ago from in
THIS FACT alone would entitle one the interurban wrerl
to have an appropriate place in "Who's was taken by Private
Who." pany A of the trai
PIINDIE IS showing signs of life Wednesday morning
again. He's quite a modern Siegfried: the funeral was held
Heat Don'ts Private Markowski
(From Chi. Trib.) Custer. Ile obtained
Don't use alcoholic drinks. Don't look the second divi
get excited over anything. urban. Several mile
HOW COULD one comply with these the interurban ran in
regulations when Michigan is dry. urban freight, whirl
"KAISER BEATEN; Wants Peace- injured 37.
Headline in the Swindle sheet. Some
more Hun cunning. He'll have to WANTED - Experi
come lower if he wants toget out of August 15 to Oct.I
this fuss without the Indians taking ity and a successf
his scalp. sary. Salary pi
WITH ALL the diabolic strategy references and exp
evinced in the part of the Tent it is this office.

to have general
mes, e.g., Major
neral von Belov
LIEN hOME
1 DETACEKEN'
owski, who died,
juries received ii
k near Chelsea
A. Lalonde, Com
ning detachment
to Alpena wher,
1.
Str fro ~ m

Flaherty to Lecture Friday Afternon
The lecture by Mr. Robert Flaherty
on "The Belcher Islands-Their Dis-
covery and Exploration," will be on
Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock, not on
Thursday as was announced in the
Times News.
Dancing at the Armory every Sat-
urday evening. Fisher's Orchestra.
-Adv.
Fisher party at Packard every Fri-
day evening.-Adv.

K. OF C. PROGRAM POSTPONED
BECAUSE OF SOUSA CONCERT
The regular program, which was
scheduled for tonight in the Knights of
Columbus war tent, has been postpon-
ed on account of Sousa's band ap-
pearing in Hill auditorium. The or-
ganization plans to give an entertain-
ment next week.
Dancing at the Armory every Sat-
urday evening. Fisher's Orchestra.
-Adv.

nI

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AO.
op.

... ...

SO.USA IN
will cond
SOUSA BAN
- at
HILL .AUU

fwas rrom camp
I a furlough and
sion of the inter-the
s out of Chelsea, Sav e Pieces
to a heavy inter- Broken Eye Glass Lenses ground In our own shop, same day
hs killed 11, and
TRY OUR SERVICE. EYES EXAMINED
LET US SHOW YOU OUR
enced salesman ARMY AND NAVY FRAMES
1. Good personal-
ul record neces- You Should Have One
roposition. Give H l
erience. Address Hallrer &SrState Street jewees
PERSON
uct the
CONCERT
ITORIUM
TONIGHT-TONIGHT, 8 O'clock
Sixty Members
Four Special Features
You will not have another opportun-
ity to hear this greatest Band in the
World until after the war.
Buy your tickets in advance and
avoid standing in line at the box office
while those with tickets go in and get
the best seats.
uller's, and Foster's on State Street; Calkins' and Scott's on
on Main Street, Walker's on Miller Ave.; Alsmendinger's on Pack-
orth University Ave.
by Wadhams & Co., Farmers and Mechanics Bank, Arcade Cafeteria,
[hite Elephant Shop.

JOHN PHILIP SOUSA LIEUT. JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
Before he joined the Navy, and as lie will appear at Hill Audi.
torium tonight.
TICKETS ON SALE at Wahr's, Tinker's, Quarry's, Haller and F
South University; Edison Co., Hutzel's, Mills', and Goodyear's Drug Co.,
ard; University Music House on Maynard; and The Arcade Theatre on N
FOR BENEFIT OF RED CROSS this space has been contributed 1
Educators' Association, Betsy Ross Shop, Arcade Jewelry Shop, and W

Prices: 50c, 75c, and $1.00

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