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THE WOLVERINE

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FOUR SHOWS-2, 3:30, 7, 8:30

LAST TIME TODAY

THE DELIGIITFU1L PARAlIMOUNT STA t
P TH v0 A Y TO
THE CHORUS IRL WH0 WELCOME) A POOR MAN WITH OPEN
ARMS, ALTHOUGH SUE iEJE(I.ED) A iILIONAIRE TO DO IT.
WHY 1)ID SHE "GRAB" 1111 COIE AN) SEE.
'MARY MOVES IN"-BRAY PICTOGRAIPl1
COMING FRIDAY & S ATURDAY

THE DAINTY SCREEN STAR

S'H I R-LEYM
Supported by NILES WELCH
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"THE WININGC GIRL"s
0 YES! A WOMAN CAN FIGH(T WhEN SHE IS AROUSE)! YOU
OUGHT TO SEE THIS LITTLE TIGRESS "GET BUSY"
ALSO "WE HAVE WITH US THIS EVENING"
CHARLIE "SUNYI E
CHAPLIN INS
RETURN BY REQUEST
POPULAR PRICES
ADULTS 20c Tax Included CHILDREN 10c

Mystery Puzzles
Camp Davis lien
(By Staff Correspondent)
Camp Davis, July 30. - Work at
Camp Davis is progressing rapidly.
Due to the absence of rainy weather,
there have been practically no inter-
ruptions and most of the more difficult
parts of the outside work have been
completed. All parties have finished
their stadia surveys and most have got
through with their railroad and level-
ing work. If rain holds off for another
week or two all work which might be
held up by wet weather will have been
completed.
Two parties are making a plane ta-
ble survey of, Grapevine Point, to
which the University Biological sta-
tion, better known in Camp Davis as
"Bug Camp," is to be moved in the
near future.
Numerous forest fires have broken
out in the neighborhood of Douglas
Lake. Most of the fires were put out
by small detachments of men. Only
one dangerous fire has started on Uni-
versity land. This fire broke out about
a mile and a half east of camp on Fri-
day, July18. A party of men engaged
in making a survey for a railroad in
that vicinity discovered it. After a
futile attempt to put the fire under
control they sent to camp for rein-
forcements. Men were sent out as fast
as they could be found, and by 10
o'clock in the evening the fire was
mostly under control. Those men who
had been fighting the fire the longest
were sent back to camp to rest until
morning. The fire was entirely under
control by 3 o'clock in the morning
and soon died out. The burned area is
being patrolled to prevent another out-
break of the conflagration.
Patrol Work
Men engaged in making reconnais-
sance surveys do the patrol work dur-
ing the day but at night special par-
ties are formed and detailed to do it.
Only one re-outbreak has occurred,
and that on Monday night, July 21. It
was well under control by morning.
Great credit iscdue the students and
instructors for putting out this fire,
as it was one of the worst which has
occurred here for several years. The
students were all anxious for a taste
of fire fighting. Now, most of them
have been completely satisfied in that
regard.
Smiths Visit Camp
Secretary Shirley Smith and his
brother, Don Smith, visited camp on
Wednesday, July 16. A baseball game
between the Grasshoppers and the
Black Flies was played for their ben-
efit. After dinner they were enter-
tained by a "sing" on the beach.
Just as cigars were being passed to
the crowd by the Smiths, some one
from behind one of the shacks cried
"Fire" The Smiths were enabled to
see how quickly Camp Davis organizes
to fight fire.
After a few moments it was ascer-
tained that the fire was two miles east
of camp. Two dozen volunteers left
immediately to put it out.
The mystery of the whole affair is:
Who had the box of cigars when the
cry of "Fire!" was sounded?
AT THE THEATERS
AT THE MAJESTIC

Jtlichigan's Oldest Book Store

CHAS. W. GRAHAM

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(Formerly Sheehan & Company)

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NORTHWESTERN

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dNIVERSITY SCHOOL

OF COMMERCE

TODAY AND TOMORROW

A University Professional School of-
fers to students who have had two, or
three years of college work, profes-
sional courses in commerce, which
lead to a degree, and which prepare
for business leadership.
Special opportunities afforded to
specialize in Business Administration,
Accounting, Banking and Finance,
Merachandising and Advertising, Fac-
tory Management, Traffic and Trans-
portation, Poreign Trade, Employment
Management.
Northewestern University School of
Commerce is ideally situated in the
down town loop of Chicago, next door
to all of the city's great commercial
activities.

ALICE BR.ADY
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"THE WORLD TO LIVE IN"

When Better Stationery is made
we will have it for your
inspection

The story of a
$24-a-week
stenographer
who looks as if
she made $100 a
week. Her main
object in life is
to get all she
possibly can out
of it, and give
nothing in re-
turn.

She is one of
these- girls who
are forever
playing with
fire, but thru
some miracle al-
ways escape be-
ing burned. In
ordinary society
this type of girl
is known as a
"Tinpanner" or
"Salamander."

Write for book of courses.

GRUEN WATCHES
SILVERWARE CUT GLASS
LEATHER GOODS
ALARM CLOCKS FOUNTAIN PENS
FINE JEWELRY AND WATCH REPAIRING
HALLE (Rt FULLER

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515 Northwestern University Building
Lake and Dearborn Streets
CHICAGO
with his company of funmakers in
what is perhaps his funniest produc-
tion.
Dividing honors with the little co-
median will be Shirley Mason, one of
the best known and most talented of
screen stars, in the great Paramount
success, "The Winning Girl." The
story itself, which appeared first in
the Saturday Evening Post, is one of
those human interest tales that win
by their very naturalness0 while the,
comedy characterizations and inci-
dents with which it is garnished are
excellent. Niles Welch, one of the
best known young actors of the screen
world ,appears in support of the tiny
star. The other members of the cast
are all well chosen, among whom is
Theodore Roberts.I

See the outcome of this delightful and obsorbing story.
Also Christie Comedy, "MARRYING MOLLY" and Ford Weekly
Saturday-NORMA TALMADGE in "THE PROBATION WIFE" (Ret.
Sunday-Monday-HAROLD LOCKWOOD in "A MAN -OF HONOR"

STATE STREET JEWELERS

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MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
July 30-31-Ethel Clayton in "Pettigrew's
Girl." "Mary Moves In," Selected
Comedy.
August 1-2-Shirley Mason in "The Win-
ningdGirl." "Sunnyside," Chaplin
Comedy.

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for the rest of the summer.
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ted-that of a typical American girl
whose one ambition is to get all the
fun she can out of life without paying
for it. This particular young woman
is of the Salamander type. She is for-
ever playing with fire but miracu-
lously always escapes being burned.
It is only when she finds true love that
she learns there is something more to
life than merely getting all you can
out of it. William P. Carleton, Jr.,
who for a number of years was a
prominent stage actor, will be seen
oposite Miss Brady. He has never be-
fore appeared before the camera, but
for many years was a prominent actor
on the American stage.
"The Probation Wife," featuring
Norma Talmadge, will again be shown
at the Arcade on Saturday of this
week.

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A light portable typewriter that
will do anything any typewriter
will do.
Woodstocks, Nationals, Under-
woods, L. C. Smiths, Etc.
FOR SALE OR RENT
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AT THE ARCADE

Today and tomorrow the Arcade will
show Alice Brady's latest picture,
"The World to Live In." Miss Brady
has a role for which she is well fit-

Shows at 3:00;1 7:00; 8:30
Phones:
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Thu-Fri-July 31-Aug 1-Alice Brady in
"The World to Live In;" Christie Com-
edy, "Marrying Molly," Ford Weekly.
Sat-2-Norma Talmadge in "The Proba-
tion Wife" (Ret.); Burly-Q Comedy,
"How Do They Get That Way?" and
Outing-Chester Scenic.
Sun-Mon-3-4-Harold Lockwood in "A
Man of Honor;" Christie Comedy,

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WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-Fri-31-1-Monroe Salisbury in
"The Sleeping Lion" and an L-Ko
Comedy, "Spotted Nag."
Sat-2-Frank Keenan in "The Mier
Girl" with an Arbuckle Comedy and
News.
Sun-Mon-3-4-WARREN KERRIGAN in
"THE END OF THE GAME" with a
SUNSHINE COMEDY, "MILK FED
VAMPS. ADMISSION 25c; CHILDREN
10c-TAX INCLUDED..
Tues-Wed - 5-6 - Margarita Fisher in
"Trixe Froi Broadway" with a Lloyd
Comedy, and Kinogram Weekly.
Thurs-Fri-7-8-"WHAT EVERY WO-
MAN WANTS," A SIX-REEL SPECIAL
WITH AN L-KO COMEDY, "A PAIR
OF DEUCES"
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The delightful little screen star,
Ethel Clayton, in her new Paramount
success, "Pettigrew's Girl," proved her-
self a prime favorite with the Majestic
audience yesterday and the picture
will be shown again today for the last
time. The new program arranged for
Friday and Saturday should meet with
the approval of the movie fans for two
notable stars will vie for honors.
So many requests have come to the
Majestic management from people who
failed to see Charlie Chaplin in his
new million dollar comedy, "Sunny-
side," during his last engagement that
they secured the inimitable Charlie for
a return date. Friday and Saturday
will find him back on the screen again
Get your news first hand. Subscribe
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said you want to take a loo
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ciation for a "good buy" th,
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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Thurs-31-Lina Cavalieri in "The Wo-
man of Impulse" with a News and
Comedy (Ret.).
Fri--Wn. 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
(Ret.).
Sun-Mon-3-4-Kitty Gordon in "The
Scar" with a Mutt & Jeff Cartoon Com-
edy, and Ford Weekly.
Tues-Wed-5-6 - Madlaine Traverse in
"Rose of the West". and the 12th
Episode of "The Silent Mystery."
Thurs-Fri-7-8-"Red Blood and' Yellow,"
a sixv.-el snecial with a News and

LOST
LOST-Wednesday morning, at the
corner of Washtenaw and. S. Uni-
versity, a purse, containing small
amount of money. Will finder please
call 651.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment,
four rooms and bath. Centrally lo-
cated. Steam heated. Apply Uni-
versity Music House, William and

WANTED
WANTED-A, competent and reliable
woman bookkeeper and stenograpl-
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University Music House, William
and Maynard.
WANTED-Sign writer. Apply at the
rear, second floor, Mack & Co.
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