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PAGE THREE

ierth Theater
afernoon-o:aand 4:00
ning-7:sn, 5:o0 and rotoe
Phone-16-oJ
OGRAM FOR AUGUST
i-8-9-Sessue Hayakawa in
or of his Hodse." Also Holmes
Is and Comedy.-
-Bessie Love in "How Could
Caroline." Also News and
dy.
n-i x-i2--Wallace Reidin "B~e -
Me, MoXanippe." Also Coo-
'Main 1-23."-
ed- s3-4-Bessie Barriossle in
O'Parodise." Also Cosmedy,
evill's New Sheriff"
Fi-IS-sO-lsie Fereguson in
Lie." Also Holmes Travels and
dy.
heumTheater
ternoon-2:3o and 4:00
.Iiiig-7500, 8S:oo and na oo
Phone -so-j
ROGRAM FOR AUGUST
i-8-s-Roy Stewart in "The
od." Also 'Keystone Comedy,
Pooe Fish."a
-C. Maledin "Charity." Also
and. Comedy.
nr-a-s2-Lee Hill in "A Good
AlsSerial as, "Vengeance -
3-jook Piohiordin "o
er" Also 'Henry Story (Ret)-
4-Wallace Reid in Nan of
c Mountain." Also O'Henry
(Ret.) .
-Wm. Russell in "Up Romance -
SAlsoaNewsandCoedy.
n-S-io-Marguerite Claincso

THE WOLVERINE

At the 7 heaters
AT THE ARCADE
Madge Kennedy will be seen today
and tomorrow at the Arcade in "The
Service Star." It is not a war play,
but rather a drama of the national
draft. Miss Kennedy's role is that of
Marilyn March, a girl of plain appear-
ance and humdrum life whose wealthy
relatives keep her in the background.
Thrilled by the war, the girl envies
the women doing war work, each with
a sweetheart or a husband at the front.
When she announces that she is a
war bride, as other fictional heroines
have done, she is regarded almost as
a celebrity. In the result of her de-
ception, however, audiences will find
their greatest surprise. Marilyn is
sought out by the mother of the man
whose wife she pretends to be, who,
instead of questioning Marilyn's story,
takes the girl to her heart and into her
home. Against her will the self-styled
widow is forced to play her part to the
bitter end.
Madge Kennedy has proved that she
can play dramatic roles equally as well
as comedy, and this picture is said to
be one of the best in which she has
appeared to date.

War Verse
I HAVE A RENDEZVOUS WITH
DEATH
I have a rendezvous with Death
At some disputed barricade,
When Spring comes back with rustling
shade
And apple-blossoms fill the air--
I have a rendezvous with Death
When Spring brings back blue days'
and fair.
It may be he shall take my hand
And lead me into his dark land
And close my eyes and quench by
breath-
It may be I shall pass him still.
I have a rendezvous with Death
On some scarred slope of battered
hill,
When Spring comes round again this
year
And the first meadow flowers 'appear.'
God knows 't were better to be deep
Pillowed in silk and scented down,
Where love throbs out in blissful
sleep
Pulse night to pulse, and breath to
breath,
CICI~nn l.,c n, <:rlr uSugsre u o n r ...

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Get a case of Excelo. Drink it with your meals-before you go to bed-
whenever you are thirsty.
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Go to LYNDON'S 719 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Eastman Kodaks Eastman Films
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I have led while others followed in amateur finishing for twelve
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Jnless Otherwise Specified' Saving of Lives Is Sane Thing Whether And I to my pledged
OGRAM FOR AUGUST . In War Zone or in Home I shall not fal that
Service Star" and Christie Hospitals -A
ly, "Red-Crossed." soc
-Earle Wiliams and Grace
sn in "TheGirl inlHis House" I
Drew Comedy, SohBley's (Second in a series of articles con- pansion that must co
" tributed to Inform women of the Uni- need be felt.
asd Flsgg Comedy, The versity why they should interest them- The recruiting st
ug. selves in nursing as a profession.) Art Store, and at th
open afternoons fro
The question for the young wo- and evenings from7
man considering enlistment in the stu- for the remainder o
teous and satisfactory dent nurse reserve is, do I care enough
MEC+NT to every custom--
ether the account be large about this work to enlist as a "regu- Dancing at the A:
ll. lar" and take a full course of train- urday evening. Fs
ing? If you do not, then you ought
on Arbor Savings Bank to choose some other field of patriotic
Incorporated 1869 service.
I and Surplus, $550,000.00 If you do, you ought to begin at once
ees .........$4,000,400.00 to get ready. The important thing to
-remember is that as a student recruit
est Cor. Main & Huron. in the hospital training school at
North University Ave. home you are actually rendering a
vital service to your country from the
moment you enter.
Become a Life Saver
o A LL Summer The saving of life is the same thing
whether it is in the war zone or inĀ°
the home hospital, and you become at 4',
JT T L E 'S once a member of the national life-
nC {.. ROOM The great advantage which you4
NchI E o ~have over the volunteer amateur is that
.UNCHES, SODAS you have something to work toward--
AND TOBACCO you are going ahead. Month by
month you are mastering one branch
SO. STATE ST. after another of your art; you are
steadily advancing to more and more
responsible and varied duties, and
steadily preparing to replace a grad-
'ROIT UNITED LINES uate nurse on the firing line. You are
Detroit, Ann Arbor & Jackson on integral part of the national war
organization, just as much as the man
imited and Express Cars-Leave in the training camps.
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. GivesExcellent Prepartion
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E Byour training will have given you an
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necessary personal qualities for suc-
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difficulty in obtaining a good posi-
n Chop Suey tion. The field of nursing has been
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35 CENTS year, and the demands are so over-
whelming, that it is almost impossible
en during Summer to secure enough highly qualified wo-
School men to fill the important posts.
ng Tang Lo T Need Is for Officers
The most crying need has been for
13 E. Liberty St. officers rather than privates, for lead-
Phone 948-R ers and organizers to fill responsible Great Aug
administrative and educational posi-
tions in hospitals and training schools,
and to carry forward the new move-
sE and American Dishes ments for public health and social wel-
LEN ALL SUMMER fare in which nurses are now soS
GEORGE'S CHOP SUEY largely engaged. Not only for the per-
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:enings are dear...
s with Death
fuaming town,
north again this
word am true,
rendezvous.
LAN SEEGER.
me after, will this
ation at roster's
e Y. W. C. A. are
m 1 to 5 o'clock,
7:30 to 9 o'clock,
f this week.
rmory every Sat-
her's orchestra.-

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$45.00
Tailored models which you will be
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Oxfords and Gabardines in staple
and new colorings. All sizes,
FALL-
GOWN'
STYLES
$35.00
Women's and misses' styles in
satins, serge and silk. Strictly
straight in line or with quaint
drapings. Matchness, new autumn
colorings.
Smart
Fall Coats
$3.00
Coats in such fabric as Evors, 5il-
vertone, Wool Velour and Cashir-
rilla. Many rich fur-trimmed on
collar and cuffs. All sizes.

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ust Fur Sale

Great August Fur Sale

Cor. Woodward and State
aegelCo., DETROIT, MICH.

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