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IS CHOSEN,
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on of the annual outing of
ity of Michigan club of De-i
nned by the executive com-
3aturday afternoon, July 17.!
is an old custom, given uj
war.
ie form of a picnic upon the'
,ore, the outing will con-
;ram replete with a variety
Baseball between the Ed-
the Bryans; swimming
ill sizes and ages. sailing
rhose experience allows it;
food particularl. adapted
c, and water for those who
on the program.
chartered boats, which will
en to the scene of the gam-
ave the Waterworks dockl
2:30 o'clock Saturday aft-
* they will return to Detroit
in the evening. The place
n by the committee, afterl
scussion, is the Island View
osite the 'Belle Isle light-
e spot was chosen because
h, damp .coolness," accord-
ommittee.
ie on sale at the Recrea-
Lg for $3.98.
BEING INSTALLED
UNION ASSE3IBLY hALL
on of exhaust fans and a,
wing in fresh air is beingl
t the Union assembly hall
at the fans will be ready
the weekly membership
Friday night. With the
eration the room will be
cooler.
re 124 couples present, at
ast Friday night, more than
number attending the pre-
:. The dances have been
>opular that they will be
Friday evening during the
ssion.~
ffORMATION FOR
N ARBOR TRAVELERS:
ROIT UNITED LINES 1
n Arbor and Jackson
astern Standard Time)
ited and Express Cars-0:10 a.

MUSIC SC, OOL FACULTY
CONCERT ON WED]NESDAY
A. J. WIITMIrE W1, READ THE
PROWiAfl OF ABLE
SOLOISTS
A musical program will be provided
by members of the University School
of Music faculty at the complimentary
concert to be given at 8 o'clock
Wednesday evening in Hill auditorium.
Anthony J. Whitmire, acting head
of the violin department, will offer two
numbers with Mrs. George B. Rhead
as accompanist. Mr. Whitmire plays
exceedingly well and his contributions
at this time are of an attractive nature..
The other soloist will be Mrs. Maud
Okkelberg, pianist. Mrs. Okkelberg is
a graduate of the University School of
Music and for a number of years was
a member of its faculty, after which
she spent several years abroad in spe-
cialized study. Returning to this
country, she accepted a position as
head of..the piano department of Fran-
ces Schimer Institute, Mt. Carol, Illi-
nois,-a fashionable girls' school.
After her marriage she returned to,
Ain Arbor, where for the past few
years'she has taken an active part in
the musical activities of the city, and
has frequently appeared in School of
Music concerts.
In October -she will again join the
faculty of the University School of
Music. She will offer two interesting
piano groups.
The program in full is as follows:
Ballade, Op. 52.......... ..Chopin
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg %
Meditation from "Thais"......Massenet
Hungarian Idyl..........Keler-Bela
Anthony J. Whitmire
Nuit de printemps....Schumann-Liszt
Etude, Op. 2, No. 1.. ...Scriabine
Polonaise, No. 2..............Liszt
Mrs. Okkelberg
Mrs. George B. Rhead, Accompanist.
POLICE FA] TO DISCOVER
UNIVERSITY CLUB ROBBERS
Thieves broke intotthe rooms ofnthe
University club in the basement of
Alumni Memorial hall on the night of
July 3 and stole the sunm of $24 and
eight sets of billiard balls valued at
$200. . {
The Ann Arbor police department
was notified of the robbery, but the
thieves have not yet been arrested.

Th.e Screen
AT THE ARCADE,
For the last time today The Arcade
will present Doris Keane in Edward
Sheldon's play, "Romance." Having
had a successful stage career in the
same production, Miss Keane is ably
suited for the part which she portrays
on the screen..

that she also is engaged, and from
then on Darcy, played by Billie Burke,
begins her hunt for a husband. Owinga
-to her fat, lazy, careless appearance,.
she is somewhat handicapped, but a
period of training fixes her up in fine
shape for her quest.
Some rather difficult situations are"
run into by Darcy before she is ablej
to extricate herself and not be ex-
posed, but she manages to get away
with it pretty well.

Supporting Billie Burke in this pic- '
ture are James L. Crane, the leading !
man; Margaret Linden, Charles Lane, I
Edward Lester, Bradley Baker. Helen
Greene, Gypsy O'3rien, and others.
The photography wxas done by Roy
Overbaugh, widely known as an ex-
pert; and Lawrence C. Winmon directed
the picture.n

FOR R
SAUNDERS' CA
On the Hur
Try Wolverine G
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Subscriptions to The Wolverine,
summer session, $1.00.

per

Tomorrow and Thursday The Arcade
will offer Eugene O'Brien in "The Fig-
urehead." Each succeeding O'Brien
picture advances this young player an-
other milestone along the road of pub-
lic approval, and "The Figurehead"
should prove to be his most popular
effort, for everything that was possible
has been done to make the picture a
success.
The story by John Lunch provides
the star with a vigorous, virile role,
but at the same time gives excellent
opportunities to the supporting mem-
bers of the cast, which includes Anna
Q. Nilsson, Ora Carew, Edwin Stevens,
Joseph Girard, Frances Parks, and ro-
tund Kate Price.
In this play the star is seen as Sher-
idan Dows, a young society man, who,
in a spirit of adventure ,allows him-
self to become a candidate for mayor
in a -graft-ridden city. In reality he
is but a figurehead for the political
craft which some of the -"old guard"
are trying to wreck.
Young Dow takes his nomination
inore cr less as a joke until he meets
"the girl." This inspires him, and
when the political grafters see their
plans going awry and try their old po-
litical game of mud-slinging, with him
and the girl as the target, he enters
into the fight with a vengeance. The
cat's-paw shows its claws and the fig-
urehead proves himself to be the real
head of his party.
Massive sets, beautiful photography,
and excellent direction by. Robert Ellis
all combine to make "The Figurehead"
a splendid Eugene O'Brien production.
AT THE MAJESTIC
The work and perils of the dee,-sea
divers are -shown in "Below the Sur-
face," which features Hobart Bos-
worth. The last showing of this pic-
ture will be today at The M~ajestic.
Bosworth'sbproductionis an able one,
and the old screen star lives up to his
past performances in picture work.
"Wanted 'A Husband," featuring
Billie Burke, is the headliner Wednes-
day and Thursday at The Majestic.
The title of the production is the key
to the situation, and Darcy Cole's. hunt
for a husband furnishes the plot. Liv-
ing with two friends who have pledged
with her to be bachelor girls, she finds
that her friends have failed to live up
to the agreement and have contracted
for husbands.
In a moment of pique she declares

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Courteous and, satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capl and Surplus, $600,000.04
Resources, n $4,7&0,000.00
Northwest Corner Main & Huron
707 North Universiy Avenue

SUMMER SCHOOL STJJDI
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LARGE ATTENDANCE
AT GREEK EXHIBIT
The Greek government exhibit in
the Alumni Memorial hall was visited
Sunday by 800 people, the largest num-
ber for one day since the exhibit
opened at the University. Among the
visitors were many \people from De-
troit, Ypsilanti, Jackson, and other
cities.
Attendance at the exhibit at Ann
Arbor has been larger in proportion
to the size of the city thanitdwas in
Baltimore, Philadelphia,, and Newv
York, where the exhibit was presented
previous to being brought her.e.
The next' lecture in connection .with
the exhibit will be given at 8 o'clock
Thursday evening by Prof. H. R. Cross,
of the Fine Arts department, on the
subject, "Ionia.".

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STATE AND LIBERTY STREETS
ICE CREAM HOME MADE CA
FOR TRAVELING ANYWHERE, ANY T
You Will Enjoy Using the
A.B.A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this ban]
comp in denominations of $10, $20, $50, and $10(
cashed by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without
Lion.
--AS US--
FARMERS AND MECHANICS B
101-105 South Main Street 330 South
(Nickels
BECKER'S DELICATES
119 East Liberty Phone 2(
OPEN SUNDAYS 4 to 6 P. M.
ANN ARBOR DAIRY COMPI
Corner North 4th and Ca'herlne P
MILK BUTTERMILK
"We give a SCENT with every fi
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4 Nickels Arcade Phone 600M
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m. and every two hours

Bound--5:55 a.
hours to 9:00 p.1
only: 11:40 h.1

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at Ypsilanti.
Bound-7:50 a. m1. 12:40

K

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4:48p.i r.
imited car, 8:48

FOR RENT
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On the Huron River,

FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY
On the Huron River

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LUNCH and DINNER per week
LUNCH - - -
DINNER - -

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Also
"Girls and Gunpowder"
A Sunshine Comedy

WE SERVE
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604 East Liberty Street

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FOR SALE-A canoe with equipment.
Call 2606-W, 502 E. Jefferson St.
WANTED
WANTED-A waiter at Freeman's, 803
East Washington.
Wolverine Classified Ads bring re-
sults. Ads should be brought in by 2
o'clock before day to be run.

Such a difference in Sodas and Sundaes-and

VELVET BRAND ICE CREAM IS ONE REASON.
The Detroit Creamery has established a permanent Branch

in Ann Arbor to supply the demand.

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