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TICKETS

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trestinig andI

:ugene O'B1rien;~ will
t the Arcade for the
n portrays the role
rman who is offered
nmayor in his homne
for a lark.
Saturday the Arcade
B. Warner in "The
picturization of one
Cke's m~ost popularI
ier plays the part of
who is embittered
ibecause of the un-

"The Tree of Knowledge" is the ve-1
hicle for9 Robert Warwick, who will be
featured Friday 'and Saturday at the
M1ajestic,. The, scene of this picture is
laid in England, where the majority of
the action takes place. In this pro-
duction Warwick takes the role of a
man destined for the ministry, but fate
changed his occupation.
The scene. of the majority of the
locations are laid in England. Sev-j
I ral situations of some comllication
are cleared up by Nigel Stanyon,
pla.yed by Robert Warwick. Support-4
ing the 'star 'are -Kathlyn Williams,
Wanda Hawvley, ,Tomn Iornman, .and

OBTAINABLE TODAY'
Tickets for visitors' night at the,,Ob-
servatory may be obtained from 10 to
12 and from i2. to 4 o'clock today, and
each day hereafter until the time of
the visits, by presenting the Summer
: c ,ion registration receipt at, the
Summer school office in University
ball. The dates that persons will be
allowed to visit the observatory are'
July 21, 22; and 23.
Each year there has been a large
de lcn ,und for these tickets and it isa
urged that those, especially desirous
of seeinig the telescopes, apply for
tickets early. There will be accommo-
dated each night 150 persons, who will
be taken through in three different
shifts of 50 persons each, starting at
8.:15 o'clock.

Mail Orders Phone Orders
Promptly Filled 'salse 87Promptly HIl

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Skirts of Shimmering Silk~

ut Iriving-Cummings.
al WiiaIm C. Del~ille directed
ture. a Paramount-Arteraft

the pic-
produc-

t ion.

role' Of

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KEEP

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12

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The summer costune calls for at least one skirt of soft shimmering sport
silk, 1Fantjasi, tricolette, baronet, satine, lustrous satin; all these silks of great
beauty and wearing 'quality are used in .profusion at this time of the year in
skirts.* Every well dressed girl includes one in .her wardrob~e. The girl who
sews will be de ighted with the opportunity'we are offering her to have one of
these skirts at a great saving. The'sunm'r has scarcely begun and yet we
are marking' our. sport silks at reduced. prices. Fantasi silk in melon shade,
Copenhagen blue or white, 40 inches wide, ideal for skirts, formerly priced .at

We are HEADQUARTERS for Summer Goods
PURITAN COIL COOKERS CAMP GRIDS'
PICNIC OUTFITS IN

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PAPER PLATES, SPOONS,'NAPKINS; SPREADS
IFISHING TACKLE . THERMOS BOTTLES

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BURGESS AND EVER-RZEADY
FLASHLIGHTS ANO BATTERIES

$8.50 is. now on sale 'for $5.19.'

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DUBBER
BRASS q

HOSE,
SHEARS,

SICKLES AND
LAWN' MOWERS

y/
The tricolette blouse is almost indispensable for summer, wear.

This

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MaeaQ Guess on the Ever-Ready Dayvlo Contest!

form of summer waist hat found its place in the wardrobe of today. Tricolette,
36, inches wide, for bhlii es, in tan and, rose formerly priced at $8.50 is also

M. D. LARNED
STATE STREET HARDWARE

on sale 'at present at $5.19.

We will be only to happy to show you these

silks and to help ypu in any way possible.,

1610

310 S. State Streets

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rilhe for the Wolverine-the __
the summer for 75c. Tell your r
-Adv.L

(FIRST FLOOR)

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F J5LJ em
TODAY ON

s Z TIC

Fon uENT

SAUTNDFE1S8' ANOF LIVERYT

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On the Hunron River'

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" We give a SCENT 'with every fower,
4 icel Acae Phone SHOP0M

ANN ARBOR DAIRY COMPANY
Coiner, North 41h and Catheru ae Phone4
MILK BUTTERMILK CREA

A Husband"

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- NEWS -ORCHESTRA

T HE 4"Y" IN
L ANE HALL

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- SATURDAY

OF

LUNCH AND DINNER (per week);.
LUNCH..
DINNER........... ...

. ,.$5.75
F, .45

SEE
HOUSEHOLD PACKING CO.
C. E. RHE AD, MGR. PHONE 391-J
Movinhg, Packing & Storage
Leading Packers of China, Cut Glass,
Pianos, and Fine Furniture.
Let us unload your goods and settle them,.
Rates For Cars Furnished For MIoving Household Goods
Remember the Phone Number 391-J

1LEDGE"

SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER...

" 75

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WARWICK,

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Leave Cpy
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puarry~s and'
The Delta

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D ERICEMER

T £kC.Tf

LIANT
Theta Delta Chi fraternity pin.'
on back, John Slack. Reward.
Huron. Phone 396..
FOR RN
F~T-ffcein the Cutting
vents, formerly occupied by'
F. Loeffler. Apply Janitor.

I!Al TEDf
Wolverine~ Classified Ads bring re-
sults. Ads should be brought in by '2
o'clock before day to be run.
WANTED -=Stuidents' 'washing.,'.1303
Geddes avenue. Phone 2569.
FOR SALE
FOR.~ SALE-A canoe with equipment..
Call 2606-W, 502 E. Jefferson St.

Such, a difference inw Soda~s and Sundaes-and

,,

VEPLVET 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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at

Dancing

at the

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Ticket

Doo r

Every Sat urday Evening During Summer SchoolI

Aat
Door
$1.OC

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