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PAGE THREE

THE WOLVERINE

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I IINIfiilll llllernm!lillnllll
VuerthTheater
Afternoon-2:30 and 4:00
Evenig-7:oo, 8:0o and rn:a
Phsne-fn-J
PROGRAM FOR JULY =
sWe-303-Wallae Reid in
The Noo;e of Silence." "Eagie'
ye. No. o.
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
r-Fri-r-2-Vivian Martin in "Un-
i aied Goods." Also Holes Tra-
Isnand Comsedy.
3-- argariFe isnler in "A
sare Deal." Also Nwsand Co-
MO n-4-3-Charles Ray in "Play.
:g the Game." Also Sennett Com-
:y, "it Pays to Exercise."
rpheumTheater
Afternoon-2:30 and 4: 0
Evening- , 8:oo and 0o:oo
Phne-x60-J _
PROGRAM FOR JULY
s-3o--Marguerite Clark in "Bab's
[atinee Idol." Also "Eagle's Eye,
-3r-Lins Caaliei in "heS
eral Temptress." Also "Eges
ye," No. no.
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
r-Fri-c-2-William Desmond in
Closin'-In." Also Keystone Comedy,
Our Wives Uneasnable.
-3-Gladys Holee in "For Sale."
Iso News and -Comedy. -
:-Mn-s-S-Alma Rben -i "The
aintdedily." Also Serial o, "en-
anoe and the Woman."
MRCADE
HOWSAT 3:00 ,6:30, 8:00, :30
5c Unless' Otherwise Specifed.
PROGRAM FOR JULY
s-3o-June Elvidge in "The Oldest
aw and Comedy.
l-3c-RuthCliffod in "Midnight
adness" (instead of "The Rough
,over") and Screen Telegrms-
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
r-Fri-c-2-Alice Brady in "The
rdeal of Rosetta" and Christie Com-
ly, "Father Was Right." oc.
ourteous and satisfactory
:ATMENT to every custom-
whether the account be large
small.
e Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
>ital and Surplus, $650,000.00
ources .........$4,000,000.00
thwest Cor. Main & Huron.
107 North University Ave.
yen ALL Summer
'UTTL E'S
unch Room
LUNCHES, SODAS
AND TOBACCO
18 SO. STATE ST.
ETROIT UNITED LINES
a Detroit, Ann Arbor & Jackson
t Limited and Express Cars-Leave
50r, 7:25 a. m., 8:cs a. m., and hourly
p m
an Expres Cas (local tops west ofj
bor)- 48a. M. acd every two hours
p.m.
ars East Bound-5:35 a. m., 6:4o
o:05 a, m., and every two hours to'
s, o:5o p. m. To Ypsilanti ni,
mc., 9:50 P. i., cc:0 p. i., 1s:tan
:o a. m. To Saline change atE
Cars West Bound-6:oo a. m., 7:23
:2ao p. m.1
l

ain Chop Suey
e -:-- One Pot Tea
35 CENTS
)pen during Summer
School.
Lang Tang Lo
613 E. Liberty St. {
Phone 948-R

A Cheering, Bracing
Non-Intoxicating Beverage
Every normal person craves a drink that not only quenches the thirst but
is vitalized by food elements. They long for something that will brace them
up-cheer, invigorate and strengthen them-something that has in it the
properties that make for health, increased vim and new vitality.
Here is a new drink--non-intoxicating, but rich in the strengthening,
energizing, tonic elements that give health and strength.
EXCELO
is a heverage of mild, delicious flavor which exactly suits the taste of the her
drinker-and of everybody else.
It is snappy, piquant, sparkling and satisfying.
And it is excellent for the appetite and digestion-an efficient and agree-
able tonic for the weak, nervous, sleepless and debilitated.
It never loses its sparkle and its character, no matter how long it is kept,
and it always satisfies.
Order a case today; you'll be delighted with it, and the more you drink
the better.
Excelo Beverage Co.,
Detroit, Mich.
Trade supplied by NATE HORNING, Phone 1778-M, 208 S. 4th Ave.
ies will take place Wednesday, Aug. An EXPERIENCED TEACHER,
14, when the summer choral union holding A.M. degree from the Univer-
will render "The Swan and the Sky- sity, will tutor in Greek, Latin, He-
lark" by Thomas, under the direction brew dnd English. Mr. Kearns, 715 Oak-
of Earl V. Moore. land Ave: Phone 1471-J-Adv. 16-3t

AUVE'
3 ALIVE
#/#AOPEaf/err,/4eoor.
At the Theaters
AT THE ARCADE
Alice Brady, popular Select Pictures
star, will be shown in "The Ordeal of
Rosetta," at the Arcade theater today
and tomorrow.' The photoplay is' de-
scribed as a gripping mystery which
combines romance, tragedy, and com-
edy, and which holds the audience in
suspense up to the final climax. Miss
Brady assumes a dual role in the pic-
ture.
Chrsitie comedy, "Father Was
Right" wil be shown in adidtion to
the feature.
MUSIC SCHOOL FA4COIJY
HINERS CD 000PROCA91
Theodore Harrison, Albert Lockwood
and Earl V. Moore Contribute
Numbers
(By Cor'delle Kemper)
The usual Wednesday evening con-
cert at Mill auditorium was particular-
' interesting this week. The pro-
gram contained all artist numbers.
The heads of the piano, organ and
voice departments of the School of
Music participated.
The first number was that beautiful
,aria, "Vision Fugutive" from Heroriare
by Massenet, sung by Mr. Theodore
Harrison of the voice department.
The audience had the unusual pleasure
of hearing Mr. Albert Lockwood of the
piano department, as accompanist to
Mr. Harrison. They gave an exquis-
ite rendition of that favorite aria. The
encore was a very popular Neapolitan
folk song.
. The next number on the program
was Sonata in C minor Op. 10, by
Ralph. Baldwin, an unusual, interest-
ing organ composition. Mr. Earl V.
Moore's interpretation was splendid.
The sonata opened with an Allegro
patetico which went into an adagio,
a beautiful theme on the echo organ.
The movement ended with a Moderato.
Un Modo d'mia Marcia was a weird
military theme that seemed to fore-
shadow dire events. This merged into
an adagio, and the competition came
to a close with a beautiful Recitativo
and grand Finale.
Mr. Harrison sang three war songs,
the first called "War" by Rogers, a
soul-stirring and portentious theme.
"O Red is the English Rose," is a
melodious song by Forsythe. "The'
Young Warrior," by Burleigh was ex-
ecuted with much vigor and feeling.,
The encores were "Inter Nos" by Mac-'

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Fayden, and "When Love is Gone,"
by Mawley.
The closing number on the program
was a beautiful tone poem by Sibelius,
"Finlandia." It was the finishing to
a most excellent program.
The concert announced for next
week, Aug. 7, will be omitted.
The last concert in the summer ser-

Ulliersity Woweli
Will find an excellent opportunity on Satur-
day of this week to Purchase
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SUMMER FROCKS
Of Voile and Net at
SBSTNILREDUCTIONS
$8.00 to $10.00 Voile Dresses $5.95
HARM4ING summer styles developed in plain, plaid and
checked voiles, and the indistinct patternings so much in
vogue. An unusual collar, a novel sash arrangement, or rows of
tiny pleated frills individualize each and every dress.
$25.00 Net Dresses $18.75
M ANY MODELS in this group are suitable for afternoon wear.
Others are elaborate enough to serve as informal evening
dresses.
Bandings of satin ribbon, lace and embroidery trimming, and
fichu collars are but a few of the many style features which make
them so attractive.
(Second Floor)

To learn tInewritin well
iese and American Dishes requires close applicatio
)PEN ALL SUMMER A typewriter and free
GEORGE'S CHOP SUEY instruction books from
WAI KING LoO 0eD. orrill. 322 S. State
State St. Phone 1244-N will do the rest.

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