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left little to be desired. He was at the
apex of his game and played better,
than at any time in the tournament.
Simmons, on the other hand, was er-
ratic and made many errors. His ser-
IN vice was brilliant but he was unable,
to control it and he lost many points
by driving the ball into the net or out
of the court. He played much the same

in-

in the doubles match.1
"The first two matches were ordi-
nary exhibitions, Simmons failing to
win more than one game in either set,
and falling victim to Wesbrook's net
play. The third, however, presented a
different picture, as Simmons came,
back strong and carried the set twelve
games before Westy could win. From
start to finish the play' was filled with
remarkable volleying and almost irn-
possible returns.
(fGames Evened

all, but from that point Wesbrook
flashed at his best, During the fir-t
part of the set Wesbrook appeared to
be tired and his showing in the last
three games was quite a surprise."
From Cleveland Wesbrook goes to
Buffalo, where he will enter the Great
Lakes tournament. The Wolverine net
star was offered a trip to the intercol-
legiate meet to represent Michigan,
but he turned it down, preferring to
gain more experience by constant
playing.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR
QUITS TO GO INTO BUSINESS
Washing June 26.-Benedict
Crowell, a nt secretary of war,
has resigned, effectively July 1. He
plans to enter private business. The
resignation has been accepted by Pres-
ident Wilson.

SCHOOL U MUSIC T
FOMSUMMER CHORUS

INITIAL 3EETING TO BE
O'CLOCK THURSDAY
EVENING

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games at four ,

Following the custom of past Sum-
mer Sessions, a mixed chorus will be
organized by the University School of
Music to study during the coming
week, Sullivan's "The Golden Legend."
The initial meeting, at which all pro-
spective members are urged to be
present, will: be held at 7 o'clock
Thursday evening, and at this time the
date for future rehearsals, which will
be conducted at least o ce a week in
the basement of the dongregational
church, will be determined.
In the near future this chorus will
perform with a quartet of soloists at
one of the later concerts of the series,
which are being given in Hill audi-
torium by the School of Music on the
Summer School lecture prqgram.
Ability to read well and a good voice
are the only requirements, no partic-
ular preparation or experience in
other choruses being necessary.
Hicks, '86, Headsx
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reformed him; at least this was whit
Joan Caretall, the daughter of the
boss- politician, told him. At any cate,
he changed his ways, and in so doing
won the boss's daughter, became the
pcplular idol, and took a second term}
h. (Alice.
As Joan Caretall, who has always
liked the wayward Wint, Jane _n yak
is very convincing, and she takes the
part ably. Supporting Torn Moore is
a capable cast, which makes the lAy
more realistic. The play, "The Great
Accident," recently appeared in The!
Saturday Evening Post, and was writ-
ten by Ben Ames Williams.
AT THE MAJESTIC
illiam S. Hart's John Petticoats"
will be the feature at the Majestic for
the last time this afternoon and even-
ing. It is one of Hart's best produc-
tions:

vehicle of Miss Dalton. Ca
wife of an aged husband, wi
interest in life is the solving
cult chess problems, Dorotk
becomes involved in a chai
cumstances which make her
old friend appear to be imp
the murder of her husband.
Through the aid of her f
old sweetheart, the real mu
discovered, but Lady Miria
wood, played by Dorothy Dal
that her lover loves someone
Wolverine Classified Ads
aults. Ads should be brough
o'clock before day to be run.

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Dorothy Dalton,. in '"His Wife's
Friend," comes to the Majestic
Wednesday and Thursday. Several
murders, a deep mystery, and a re-

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Frederick Charles Hicks, '86, and
Ph.D., whi has been professor and,
dean of the School of Finance at the
University of Cincinnati, was recently
elected head of that institution, his
term of office to begin July 1.
For the last few days President-elect
Hicks has ben in the city, looking over
the University. He has been spending
his summer vacation in Michigan.
GREECE EXHIBIT OF
ART OPENS FRIDAY
Beginning Friday and continuing for
[two weeks, the Greek government ex-
hibition of photographs of modern and
ancient Greece will be shown in Alumni
Memorial hall -under the aispices of
the Ann Arbor Art association.
Marie Economidy, a personal repre-
sentative of the Greek government,
will be in charge of the exhibition,
which includes views of ancient ruins
and also of modern buildings. Relics
from the Parthenon and specimens of
embroidery of the Grecian women will
also be on displ y.
rhe desire of the Grecian gove'rn-
ment to spread the knowledge of what
Greece Is toddy is responsible for the
circulation of this exhibit, which has
already been to New York, Baltimore,
and Philadelphia.4

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AT THE ARCADE
"Mothers of Men,"' which features
Claire Whitney, will be the main at-
traction' at the Arcade .for Wednesday
and Thursday. In addition there will
be a Star comedy, "Caught in the
End,". and a Bray pictograph is also
scheduled.
The last showing of Tom Moore's
most recent picture, "The Great Acci-
dent," will be given at the Arcade this
afternoon and evening. Expelled from
college onaccount of drunkenness, and
continuing with his wild life for some
time after that, Tom Moore as Wint
Chase, Jr., finally reforms himself and
a wet town as well, when by a .'great
accident" he becomes the mayor of
Hardiston.
His father was hard hit by the prac-
tical joke, which defeated him and put
into office his son, but his wrath is
not of long duration. It was the' pe'-
verse nature of Wint's character th't

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whq is in earnest. He must be will-
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months. Located 624 Church street,
near S. University ave. Five dollars
per month. Phone 1523.

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The Detroit Creamery has established a permanent Branch

in Ann Arbor to supply the demand.

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