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At Camp Davis
FATHER AND SON WERE INTEREST-
E D IN THE SAME GIRL BUT- the inter-
ests differed. See how in this amusing com-
Also Big-V Comedy
"TOOTSIES AND TAMALES"
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
The Prima Donna who thrilled her audiences at the
MayF estival Concerts In Her IFirst Picture
""THE HIDDEN TRUTH"
YOU HAVE HEARD HER! NOW SEE HER!
Also Keystone Comedy, "A SMALL TOWN LOVER'" and
Sport dope,.camp briefs, humor, and
cartoons are included in the third
issue of the 1919 Black Fly, the Camp
Davis weekly, which has just been re-
ceived here. Excerpts from the sheet
Board for the first week was $5.04.
The diving tower became a reality
After eating camp mess for three
weeks, it's the general opinion that
we've got a mighty good cook.
The first forest fire to occur on U.
of M. property was quickly exting-
uished. It started down by Burt
We heard Edison telling about a
little deer that they found the other
day. We'll call it a fawn and let it
go at that.
Bob Towner is among the busiest
these days. He has the foundation
and floors for five of the new "tin
bungalows" completed and is ready
to start putting up the frame work.
The Mosquitoes took the first game
of the seasonby getting the hop on
the Grasshoppers in t'he first few in-
nings. Score, 22-9.
The Mixed octet (faculty and hun-
kies) put the Whip in Whip-poor-wills
when they beat them to the plate
about twelve times. Score, 16-4.
The Shidpokes poked the old pill
out in the birches forkthirty-four runs.
The Cranes dragged their legs over
the bags for fourteen. Weeber in-
sisted upon fielding from a sitting po-
sition for the latter.
The famous Black flies lived up to
their reputation by hitting off thirty-
five runs to the Crickets' eight. The
sensation of the game was when Max
Reniger knocked a home run with
Rieger on second and then beat him
to the plate.,
AT THE THEATERS
AT THE MAJESTIC
Like a slave in the market place,
sold to the highest bidder, Mary Mc-
Neill, heroine of "The Woman Thou
Gavest .Me," by Hall Caine, passes
through the most terrible experience
that could fall to the lot of a woman.
Yet she finally overcomes them and
wins a measure -of happiness.
This wonderful story with a few
moderations, has been made into a
motion picture that is said to be one
of the most powerful ever attempted.
It will be presented at the Majestic
theater for three days starting Sun-
The wide range of territory covered
by the story embraces England, India
and the Antarctic regions of the south.
The cast includes such well known
players as Katherine McDonald, one
of the most beautiful women on the
screen, Theodore Roberts, Jack Holt,
Milton Sills, Fritzi Brunetts and Kath-
erine Griffiths. When the novel was
published in 1913 it excited much dis-
cussion and ,Derwent Hall Caine, the
son of the author, dramatized it for
production in Boston, April 13, 1917.
As an added attraction, Ben Turpin
in the screamingly funny Sennett
comedy, "No Mother to Guide Him"
and the Burton Holmes Travelogue
will be shown.
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Finest Resorts are
Reached via Ashley &
Dustin Steamer Line
mining town dance hail to the place
of famous prima donna.
Mrs. Jacobson to Speak of Centenary
Mrs. Roy Jacobson will speak to the
young folks of the Methodist church
at 6:30 o'clock -Sunday evening re-
garding the Centenary celebration re-
cently held at Columbus, O. Mrs. Ja-
cobson spent two weeks there and is
expected to have many things of in-
terest to tell.
Locust Plague Sweeps Rio ;
Rio Janeiro, July 25.-This c
vicinity are suffering today
plague of locusts. Clouds of
sects from the south swept i
the town, massed in such
swarms that in some places t
most obscured the sun. Dan
some of the crops and to veget
the interior is feared.
Patronize our advertisers.
AT THE ARCADE
Put-in-Bay-Cedar Point reached every day
on the magnificent steel steamer Put-in-Bay,
capacity 3,200 people.
Big Hotel Victory now open at Put-in-Bay.
Hotel Breakers and the world's greatest bathing beach at Cedar Point.
Excursions every day to Put-in-Bay. To Ohio Points via A & D Line and
Faro round-tuip .reek days- - $ .80 connecting trolley - lines redraw~
Face round-trip Sundays and Helidayt.10 fare ono -half.
Five hours on the boat. Leaving Detroit at 9:00 a. m., returning at &0O p. m.
Cedar Point Excumions on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Steamer Frank E. Kirby leaving Detroit at 8 a.m., returning at 11:50 p.m.
Five hours at Cedar Point. Fare round Trip $1.00. On Steamer Put-in-
Bay Friday and Sunday $1.35 round trip.
Subscribe for The Wolverine. $.75
for the rest of the summer.
the Wolverine for Campus
A light portable typewriter that
will do anything any typewriter
Woodstocks, Nationals, Under-
woods, L. C. Smiths, Etc.
FOR SALE OR RENT
342-R State and William
FRANCE WANTS U. S. TOURISTS,.
DECLARES ANDRE TARDIEU
Paris, July 25.-Assertions that close
restrictions are being put upon pass-
ports to Americans desiring to visit
France are provoking discussion here.
Replying to criticisms, Andre Tar-
dieu, head of the general commission
for Franco-American war matters,
points out in a letter to the Figaro
that measures have been taken by the
French mission in the United States
to facilitate the visits of American
tourists. M. Tardieu declares in this
communication that the French gov-
ernment has done everything possible
in this respect, not only in the United
States, but also in France. He says,
the improvement of hotel accommo-
dations was inspired by a study of
hotel conditions in America.
Spruce Production to Be Investigated
Wasington, July 23.-Part of the
house committee investigating war
department expenditures will go to
Portland, Ore., and the northwest to
look into spruce production for aero-
L. C. Smith
other makes of typewriters
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
May Allison, the vivacious and beau-
tiful young star of "Almost Married,"
a comedy-drama which will be shown
at the Arcade today, has devised a
stunning costume which she uses in
the play and which she thinks will
make all the other "vamps" in the
business sit up and gasp. She first
appears as an unsophisticated little
girl living at her father's inn high up
in the Swiss Alps. In strong con-
trast to the simplicity, of this life she
is later seen as the leading attraction
on the stage of New York's most
famous midnight review. It is here
that she wears the new creation?
Sunday and Monday, Anna Case, the
beautiful American prima donna who
sang at the Ann Arbor May Festival,
will appear in her first screen pro-
duction, "The Hidden Truth." It is
a human interest drama based on the
rise of a young western girl from
Finsel'smusic for dancing
on steamer Put-in-Bay. Bail
room, largest on lake steam-
ers. No c hares for dancing.
Ashley & DustinaSteaer Lime
Firsi Street'Wharf Doteoit. MRch.
Write For Our Map Showie
Lake Erie Rert
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MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All.Shows Sunday
July 25-26-Dorothy Gish in "Pep-
pery Polly." "Rowdy Ann" Christie
July 27-28-29-Paramount presents "The
Woman Thou Gavest Me." "No Moth-
er to Guide Him," Senn~ett Comedy.
July 30-31--Ethel Clayton in "Pettigrew's
Girl." "Mary Moves In," Selected
Henry D. McNaughton, now attend-
ing the Summer school and a former
captain in the army, has been award-
ed the Distinguished Service Cross by
McNaughton, who before enlisting
was the principal of the Rockford,
Mich., high school, exposed himself to
Germangunfire while going to the aid
of an enlisted man who had his leg
blown off and earned the commenda-
tion of high officers of the A. E. F.
The citation reads as follows:
"Capt. Henry D. McNaughton, 117th
infantry. For extraordinary heroism
in action near Molian, France, Oct. 17,
1918. Advancing under heavy shell-
fire and machine gun fire, he went
with a soldier to the aid of a wounded
man who had a leg blown off by an
anti-tank shell. Showing utter dis-
regard for personal danger, Captain
McNaughton dressed the wound of the
soldier, who had fallen near the tank,
which was still being shelled, and
then carried the wounded man to
McNaughton earned his lieutenancy
at the Fort Sheridan officers' training
school and was advanced from lie uten-
ant to captain while in France.
STEAM SHOVEL PREPARES WAY
FOR PAVING NEAR CAMPUS
Paved streets will entirely sur-
round the campus next fall if work
now being rushed is completed. A
steam shovel is hard at work scrap-
ing the surface dirt from South Uni-
versity avenue and will soon start on
East University. Work on Thayer
street has already been completed.
As soon as the scraping is finished,
actual paving will start. The paving
of these streets has been the result of.
much agitation to beautify the cam-
pus and its surroundings, and it was
only recently that the city voted to
make the improvements,
Three Days Only - Sunday-Monday-Tues
Over Three Million People
Have Read This Story in Hearst's Magazine
The Screen Picturization is a Tremendous Success
A RCAD E
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Rea., 23x6-M
Sat-26-May Allison in "Almost Mar-
ried," and Big-V Comedy, "Tootsies and
Sun-Mon-27-28--Anna Case in "The
Hidden Truth;" Keystone Comedy, "A
Small Town Lover" and Outing-Ches-
Tues-Wed-29-30-Harold Lockwood in
"Shadows of Suspicion;" Star Comedy,
"A Model Husband" and News Weekly.
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-26--Beatriz Michelena in "Just
Squaw" with a News and Arbuckle
Sun-Mon-27-28-WILLIAM RUSSELL in.
"BRASS BUTTONS" with a SUNSHINE
COMEDY, "VIRTUOUS HUSBANDS."
ADMISSION 25c; CHILDREN 10c-
Tues-Wed-29-30-Gladys Brockwell in
"The Sneak" with a Lloyd Comedy,
"Never Touched Me" and a Kinogram
Thurs-F:i-31-1-Monroe Salisbury in
"The Sleeping Lion" and an L-Ko
Comedy, "Spotted Na."
Sat-2-Frank Keenan in "The Silver
Girl" with an Arbuckle Comedy and
HALL CAINE'S SENSATIONAL SUCCESS
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The Record signed. The words at the altar spoken. The
l that this man and this woman were one till their lives should
AND IT WAS ALL A GHASTLY LIE!
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sat-26-Pauline Frederick in "A Daugh-
ter of the Old South" with a Scenic and
Sun-Mon-27-28-Louise Huff in "The
Little Intruder" with a Mutt & Jeff
Cartoon Comedy, and Ford Weekly.
Tues-Wed-29-30-Gladys Leslie in "Too'
Many Crooks" and the "Silent Mys-
tery," No. 11.
Thurs-31-Lina Cavalieri in "The Wo-
man of Impulse" with a News and
Fri-I-Wm. S. Hart in "Border Wire-
less" with a News and Comedy (Ret.).
Sat-2-Enid Bennett in "Fuss and
Feathers" with a News and Comedy
LOST-White ivory hand-mirror with
blue initials N. A. Y. engraved on
the back. Lost two weeks ago
Wednesday between State St. and
Municipal Bathing Beach. Phone
WANTED-To buy, this week, sixteen
or seventeen foot canoe. Call Mott
WANTED-A competent and reliable
woman bookkeeper and stenograph-
er. Responsible 'position. Apply
University Music House, William
FOUND-Purse containing bills with
name Lillian Ialker. Owner call
at number 10 Nickels Arcade.
If you have read the book you'll surely see the picture.
you MUST see the picture.
If you haven't,
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