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The Wolverine, 1918-07-30

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Aftenon-2-3o and 4:ss
-nning-7:nn, 8:ooand zo:oo
fed-3o-3a-Wallace Reid in 5
House of Silence." "Eagle's
ri-s-2-Vivian Martin in "Un-
ned Goods." Also Holmes Trav-
sod Comsedy.,.
3 -Magaite Piscser io A
ce Deal." Also News anom-..
o-4-5-Chares Ray in Play
she Game" Also Seet Coos-
"It Pays to Exercise."
Aftenon-aun 0and, 4:00~
vsning-- :o, 8:oo and ,o:oo 5
-o-Marguerite Clac is n"ab's
[nee Idol." Also "Eagle's Eye,"
.3-Lina Cavalieri in "The =
nal Temptress." Also " agle's
"No. 2o. ?
sin'-In" Also Keystone Comedy,
rWives Unseascsoale."
Gladys Hulette in "Por Sale." 5
News and Comedy.
00-4-5-Alma Rohons io "The5
led Lily." Also Seial so"Ven-
ce and the Woman." .e 5
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July 30, 5 p. m.-Secondary Educa-
tion and the War. Prof. C. 0 Dav-
8 p. m.-The Laws of Evolution Ap-
plied to Human Conduct.. Prof. F.
C. Newcombe.
July 31, 5 p. m.-Habit and Innovation.
Assist. Prof. J. R. Brumm.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill au-
Aug. 1, 8 p. m.-Educational motion
Aug. 2, 5 p. m.-The Polish Question
and the War. Prof. S. J. Zowski.
8 p. m.-Recital, "Macbeth." Prof.j
R. D. T. holister (University hall.)
Aug. 3, 5:30 p. m.-Excursion to Put-
in-Bay, Lake Erie, under the direc-
tion of Dr. C. O. Sauer, via Mich-
igan Central railroad to Detroit and
steamer to Put-in-Bay.
Aug. 5, 5 p. m.-Pharmacy and the War
(Illustrated). Prof. H. Kraemer.
Aug. 6, 5 p. c.-Mental Defectiveness
in Some of its Sociological Bearings.,
Prof. W. B. Pillsbury.
8 p. in.-Medical lecture.
Aug. 7, 5 p. m.The Situation in Brit-
ish Domestic Politics. Prof. R. M.
8 e. m.-Concert Faculty of the Uni-

A t the Theaters
June Elvidge has a highly dramatic
role in "The Oldest Law," which will
be shown at the Arcade this afternoon
and evening. The role calls for act-
ing ability of the highest order.
Miss Elvidge is first seen in the pic-
ture as the daughter of a mountain-
eer. Into her life comes a man from
the city, Billy West, but she merely
gets a glimpse of him while he is fish-
ing and then never thinks that she is
to meet him later under the most
dramatic sort of circumstances. Aft-
er the death of her father in a hunting
accident, the mountain girl, Jennie,
comes to the big city looking for
She is befriended by a professor
whom she had befriended in - her
mountain home, but he professor dies
and she is left to fight for herself.
This necessity for keepifg herself
alive leads her into many startling
and unexpected situations. Some of
the scenic effects are said to be not-
ably beautiful.
Red Cross Gives $100,006 to Swiss
Geneva, July 25. - The American
Red Cross has given $100,000 to assist
in fighting the epidemic of Spanish
influenza in Switzerland.
Travel via Detroit & Cleveland Nav-
igation Co. Daily service between De-
troit and Buffalo. Leave Detroit 5:00

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the better.
Excelo Beverage Co.,
Detroit, Mich.
Trade supplied by NATE HORNING, Phone 1778-M, 208 S. 4th Ave.
P. M. Leave Buffalo 6:00 P. M. Daily Sundays) 8:30 A. M., arrive destina-
service between Detroit and Cleve- tion 4:00 P. M. Four trips per week
land; leave both points 10:45 P. M., between Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Mac-
arrive at destination early following kinac Islandvia coast line to Mac
morning. Day trips Detroit and Cleve- kinac. Railroad tickets are honored
land July and August daily (except on all D. & C. steamers.

o . u.- V1r t. tua~ v u
E versity School of Music. (Hill au-
Aug. 8, 5 p. m.- Democracy, versus
vS AT 3:oo, 6:30, 5:no, 0:s3 Autocracy. Prof. W. A. Frayer.
JUnless Otherwise Specified. 8 p. m.-Educational motion pictures.
ROGRAM FOR JULY Aug. 9, 5 p m.-What is the Function
a-JoneElvadge so 'The Oldest
and Comedy " of Mathematics in Education? Prof.
-Ruth Clifford in "Midnight W B. Ford.
ss" (instead of "The Rough
) and Screen Telegram. 8 p. m.-Illustrated Manuscripts of
OGRAM FOR AUGUST the Bible from Spain (Illustrated).
a--AliseBcady ri "The Prof. H. A. Sanders.
l of Rosetta" and Christie Cow-
Father Was Right." aoc. Aug. 12, 5 p. m.-The Popular Ballad.
Assist. Prof. W. R. Humphreys.
Aug. 13, 5 p. m.-Impressions of Au-
stralia. Prof. T. C. Trueblood.
teous and satisfactory 8 p. m.-The Economic Garden (Illus-
rMENT to every custom- trated). Prof A. Tealdi.
ther the account be large Aug. 14, 5 p. m. - Some Ancient
Thought about Might and Right.
oArboi Saviiigs Bank Prof. C. Bonner.
Incorporated 1869 8$p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill au-
and Surplus, $550,000.00 ditorium.)
-c0 .........$4,000,000.00 Aug. 15, 5 p. r.-Ornamental and Dee-
'est Cor. Main & Huron. orative Stones (Illustrated). Assist.
North University Ave. Prof. W. F. Hunt.
S p. m.-Miscellaneous Readings. The
class in interpretative reading.
(University hall.)
n AL L Summer Aug. 16, 5 p. m-Psychology and Ad-
__________________ vertising (Illustrated). 'Dr. H. F.
S8 p. rn-Mexico and Her People (Il-
ITiT L E'S .
lustrated). Regent J. E. Beal.
u.h R "g20,8p. n-Recital, The clans in
nc R o Shakespearean reading. (Universi-
UNCHUS, SODAS ty hall.)
Students taking the trip to Put-in-
ROIT UNITED LINES Bay on Saturday, August 3, are asked
to see Dr. C. 0. Sauer as soon as pos-
etroit, Ann Arbor & Jackson sible, so that an estimate of the num-
inited and Express Cars-Leave her can be made. The party will leave
7:2S a. in., 8:to a. m., and hourly early in the morning taking the 9
Zpcss Cars (local stops west of o'clock boat from Detroit, arriving at
- :48 a. m. and every two hours Put-in-Bay in time to spend about
a East Bound-5:3s a. m, 6:40 four hours there studying the cliffs,
a: .asos.vtpsilanIounl, shore, and caves, returning by 10
9:50 p. m., i,:s p. m., 12:20 o'clock. About $3.50 will cover the
a a. s. To Saline change at
entire cost exclusive of meals.
s West Bound-6:oo a. m., 7:23
0p. m.
Wopered at the Concert
"Isn't that just a dream of a pink
Ch S dress"
n Cho Suey "Yes, but I like the bodice of the
-:- One Pot Tea yellow one much better."
35 CENTS "That's true, but her voice is so un-
suited for her evening gown."
en during Summer Some folks would like a concert to
School appear like the famous Ziegfield Fol-
ing Tang Lo "es.-
13 E. Liberty St. WANTED-Young man to work eve-
Phone 948-R nings. Busy Bee, 313 S. State.
To learn typewriting el
se and American Dishes req-dires close applioatiot
'EN ALL SUMMER A tpewriter and free
;EORGE'S CHOP SUEY instruction bolC from
WAI KING Loo O.D.omrrill. 322 S. State4
tate St. Phone 1244-M will do the rest.

THIS is the climax of our July shoe clear-
S anceand continues throughout the week.
Shoes in this sale were formerly priced at
$6.00, $6.50, $7.00, $7.50 and $8.00.
The collection comprises:
White Pumps, Oxfords and High Shoes
in Sea Island and Canvas, with high or low
military heel, plain or wing tips, and welt or
turn soles. Some of the heels are covered,
others are of leather.
Black Pumps and Oxfords, of patent,
dull, and soap kid. Some are built on long
slender lasts with thin turned soles and high
heels. Others have low military heels, and
- are suitable for walking shoes.
Brown and Tan Pumps and Oxfords,
in various shades. Some have perforated
tips and low heels. Others are high heeled
and perfectly plain.
The sizes are broken, of course, but all sizes
are represented in some style.
(1st Floor-Rear)


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