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July 01, 1919 - Image 6

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The Wolverine, 1919-07-01

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THE WOLVERINE

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Thursday, July 3rd at 8 A.

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Ou Thursday, July 3rd we will offer to the men of this community our stock of strictly high grade clothing and fur
nishings at greatly reduced prices. Our merchandise consists of strictly high class goods and it will pay you to come
early and get your pick.

SUITS

We' have placed our entire stock of Adler-Rochester high grade, all wool suits in four classes and you save from $5.00
to $15.00 by buying here. Here are our prices on suits valued from $32.50 to $50.00

$23.75

- $29.75

- $32.715

- $36.75

50 strictly all wool, light colored three piece sum-
E xtra Sp cial merutl sal uesu to35 lodte...s....-
SHIRTS TROUSERS STRAW HATS CAPS UNION SUITS PALM BEACH SUITS
bo SHIRTS.............$6.75 $9.oo PANTS.............$7.50 Panamas $.oo CAPS...............$2.95 $35 VALUES.$3.00
$ . 'S1IIRTS.............5.45 .Oo PANTS ............... 6.85 -2CAPS............... 2.55 $0 g, $
7.00 PANTS ............. 5.85 Crofut and Knapp 3.0 CAPS...............210 3.oo VALUES............2.50 cloth, $14.50
0o SHIRT( ,.....4.10 6.oo PANTS ......... .. 4.95 25.0 CAPS............... 1.75 2.30 VALUES,............2.10
5o SHIRTS ...........ANTS ................. ...... 3.95 Felt Hats all -.oo VAUES ..........R..T1.65
oo SHIRTS............2.50 4.00 PANTS .... 3.15 RAINCOATS
SHIRTS...........2.05 3.00 PANTS...... .2.25 ONE-FOURTH OFF ONF-IALF PRICE i. o VALUES............. 1.15 Others at $9.50

.TERATIONS

Lutz
217 SOUTH MAIN

Clothing Store
OPPOSITE MACK & CO.

NO GOODS ON
APPROVAL

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JULY VICTOR RECORDS
ON SALE TODAY

CELEBRATE THE FOURTH
with some of the
Victor Records for July

FOR DANCING WE RECOMMEND:
"Out of the East"-Fox Trot
"Rainy Day Blues"-Fox Trot
"Oh. My Dear"-Fox Trot
"Oh, Susie Behave"-One-Step

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AND THEN THERE ARE:
"When You Look in the Heart of a Rose"
by McCormack
Chopin's "Nocturne in D Flat"
by Mischa Elman
An Aria from "La Favorita"
by de Luca-
"Juanita" by de Gogorza
and many others which you can hear at the

AT THE THEATERS a
AT THE MAJESTIC
Alone surviving from a half million
Armenian girls who refused to reject
Christian teachings and principles for
Mohammedanism Aurora Mardiganian
remained to write "Ravished Arme-
nia," which supplies the plot for the
motion picture, "Auction of Souls," to
be shown at the Majestic theater'
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of this
week.
The picture shows the experiences
in Turkish harems and soul markets
from which she finally escaped after
two years. One part portrays how the
Armenian girls were crucified and im-
paled on swords after being thrown
through the air by the Kurds.
This picture will be shown at the
Majestic the last three days of the
week. No one under 20 years of age
will be admitted. Today marks the
last performances of Hart's "Breed of
Men."
The theater will be closed Wednes-
day.
AT THE ARCADE
Dors Kenyon, star of "Inn of the
Blue Moon," "Street of Seven Stars"
and other successes, will come to the
Arcade today and tomorrow in her
latest picture, "Twilight." The story
has to do with the extraordinary ad-
ventures of a beautiful foundling girl
discovered, when an infant, in a pan-
nier strapped to a lost burro in the
heart of the North Carolina hills.
Adopted by the Anwells, a kindly fam-
ily of lumber contractors, she was
christened "Twilight" by Mrs. An-
well, because the sun was just set-
ting and the shadows gathering when
she was found and saved from death.
As "Twilight" grew to young woman-
hood she developed great beauty and
all the young men of the country-
side fell in love with her. The man
she loved though, was young Jim At-
well, son of the master-lumberman
who had brought her up as his own.
The beautiful girl passed through
many thrilling experiences, before
findingsaferefuge at last in his arms.
Read the Wolverine for Campus
News.

MERCHANT MARINE
OPEN TO STUDENTS
The United States shipping board is
now offering undergraduates vacation
jobs and graduates a chance for rapid'
advancement on ships of the new Mer-
chant Marine. Under a special rul-
ing students may be taken in during
their summer vacations. They will
sign for a year's service but will be
given a furlough so as to continue
their studies. A student who enters in
the vacation after his freshman year
and serves the ensuing vacations until
his graduation will have only three
months more to serve before he be-
comes eligible for appointment as a
third mate.
The induction into the service is made
through a training ship where for two
months the students will be rated as
apprentice seamen with pay of $30
a month. During the third month they
are sent to sea on mnerchant vessels
as ordinary seamen with pay of $550
a month. If the students show that
they have the qualificatidn, advance-
ment will be rapid.
As far as possible the men are ship-
ped to a different port eevry trip so
as to give them the opportunity of
travel.
Every applicant must agree to serve
at least one year with the merchant
marine, he must be an American citi-
zen, and between the ages of 18 to
35. He must be physically sound, not
less than 5 feet 4 inches in height and
not less than 125 pounds in weight.
t'NIVERSITY OF OXFORD GIVES
DEGREES TO MANY NOTABLES
At the commencement of the Uni-
versity of . Oxford, held on June 25,
honorary degrees were conferred up-

on the following: Sir David Beatty, ad-
miral of the British fleet; Sir Douglas
Haigh, field marshal of the British
army; Herbert C. Hoover, United
States food administration; M. offre,
field marshal of France; Baron Maki-
no, chief of the Japanese peace dele-
gation; Baron Orlando, premier of
Italy; Ignace Paderewski, premier of
Poland; John J. Pershing, general of
the United States Army; Sir Rosslyn
Wemyss, first sea lord of the British
admiralty; Sir Henry Hughes Wilson,
chief of the British imperial staff.
CHINA'S REFUSAL TO SIGN
TREATY DEFEATS JAP PLANS
Washington, D. C.-June 30.-In
the, refusal of the Chinese delegation
in Paris to sign the peace treaty
Japan was outwitted by the south
China revolutionaries, according to
information obtained from an author-
itive source here today.
Peking, which is dominated by
Japan, instructed the delegation to
sign the treaty, including the Shan-
tung article, without reservation, but
the delegation, influenced by the
south China element which is com-
batting Japanese influence in China,
refused to' obey orders.
Foreign Minister Lou, nominal head
of the Chinese delegation to Paris, is
reported to have been overruled by
Dr. C. T. Wang, who represents Can--
ton, or southern government in China.
The third Chinese plenipotentiary,
Dr. V. K. Wellington Koo, Chinese
minister to' the United States, is un-
derstood to have risked retention of his
post in Washington by defying his
government and refusing to carry out
its instructions.,
Read the Wolverine for Campus
News.

HORSE RACES WILL FEATURE
FOURTH OF JULY IN ANN ARBOR
(Continued from page three)
great that from these a "dark" horse
may upset all predictions and dope
figures and land first money.
The races will continue on July 5,
but up to the present time the dope
sheet has not yet been completed.
Entries thus far for Independence
Day are:
Free-for-All Trot
Asia Wilks, Thompson, Detroit.
Sailor Redlack, Minnie, Wyandotte.
King B. Arlington, Snyder, Wayne.
Price K Simmons, Wayne.
Perialat, Depaul, Wayne.
Bonnie Painter, Depaul, Wayne.
Class A Trot
Kongo, Westoff, Detroit.
King McKerron, VanFleet, North-
ville.
Major Medium, Coe, Salem.
Pearl Mobile, Van Fleet, Northville.
Class A Pace
Rex, Hines, Ridgeway.
Laddie D. Dean, Wayne.
Airship, Coe, Salem.
Tango Bay, Thompson, Detroit.
Georgewood, VanFleet, Northville.
Fannie J. Proctor, Wayne.
Handy Boy, Hamilton, Northville.
"Y" GIVING DETAILS ABOUT
WORK FOR SUMMER STUDENTS
Numerous requests are being receiv-
ed at the University Y. M. C. A. for
information concerning work at the
institution; the courses offered, living
expenses, and the opportunities of-
fered to students who must earn their
way. The "Y" is 'attempting to pro-
vide all such parties with accurate
details regarding life here.
Subscribe for The Wolverine.

Mrs. A. A. Itoot
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