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DINE IN COMFORT - USE AN ELECTRIC FAN.
IT WILL KEEP YOU COOL FOR
LESS THAN A CENT AN H6UR.
THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY.
MAIN & WILLIAM STS.
AT THE ARCADE
Today is the last showing of H. B
Warner's picture, "The White Dove,"
at The Arcade. Playing the part of
an English physician who learns of
:tht unfaithfulness of his wife, Warner
exhibits some fine acting, and the pic-
ture as a whole is a good one.
"The Desperate Hero," with Owen
;Moore as a star, which comes to The
Arcade Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday,
has a title which aptly gives a clue
to the plot. As a hero much in debt
and more in love, Moore is beset with
difficulties from the first of the film.
It is only after a long run from his
creditors and many farcical situations
that he is able to clear himself in the
proper manner. For a time it looks
as if he had lost everything, but he
manages to get out of the unfortunate
"tuations, only, however, with more
difficulty than he got into them.
,Gloria Hope plays opposite him as
leading woman. Others in the cast
are Henry Miller, Emmet King, and
AT THE MAJESTIC
Robert Warwick in "The Tree of
Knowledge" is at the Majestic today
for the last time. Robert Warwick,
playing the role of manager of a
friend's estate, finds himself in an
awkward position, and for a time it
appears as if he would have to forfeit
the friendship of his employer and the
love of a girl.
"The' Cost" comes to the Majestic
Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. with
Violet Heming in the leading role.
Miss Heming is an attractive actress,
and she fills her role in tlis produc-
tion in a most capable manner.
This film Is a piturization of "The
Cost," by David Grahamh Phillips. It
is said to be theauthor's bst book,
and it is filled with dramatic situa-
tions which hold the attention of the
audience from the first.
Violet Heming played with -Cyril
Maude in "Winning His Wife," one of
the Women's 'War Relief pi'ctures
which is being shown at The Majestic
in connection with Robert Warwick's
production; "The T'ree of Knowledge."
NE RO BOY TO ENTER SCHOOL
WITH EXCEPTIONAL RECORD
One ~of the students who will enter
'Michiganthis fall, a colored lad from
the south, will come with the achieve-
net of having supported himself and
two brothers, besides saving more
than a $1,000 while going through the
According to the principal of the
school from which he comes; he is a
good student, though not especially
brilliant in his classes, dependable,
absolutely honest, and steady, and the
teacher prophesies that some day he
°will be a leader among his race.
He will enter the literary college
here to do preparatory work for med-
York, when it set aside this" region
for pleasure-seekers, Mr. Frostic
"The abundant food supply in the
territory of Niagara first drew the In-
dians to settle here, and later the Eng-
lish and French came, both on account
of the plentitude of food and the port-
age. The two conflicting claims of
the countries for this land caused the
French and Indian war," he stated.
cating the quality of a game that Wal-
Lewis Munz and George Reindel. of
Detroit, who won tennis letters las
year at the University, lost out in the
third round of the national clay dour(
doubles tournament. They were de-
feated by the University of California
team, Edmund Levy and Wallace
Bates, who took their matches 6-2, 6-4,
713 E. University
with c a
319 E. Huron
HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO SAVE MONEY ON
CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS
NIAGARA POPULAR JiCjhigan Tennis HURLEY COMES FRS
IN 1817 - FROSTIC . .ARRANGES FOR .
Niagara Falls gained popularity as George Hurley, ger
a pleasure resort as early as 1817, All three of the Michigan students the Union, returned f
stated F. W. Frostic in his lecture, who were competing in the nationa: terday, where he w
" clay court tennis tournament at Chi- making arrangements
*"The Geographical Significances ofI.
.cago have been eliminated. In the law business after his
Niagara Falls," Thursday afternoon, fifth round, Walter Wesbrook, West- the Union in Septem'
Many industries, which benefit by ern Conference net champion, lost to
the use of natural power, were built R. Lindley Murray, who is a forme] Wolverine Classifie
up for a time at Niagara, but this was national turf court champion. The suIlts. Ads should be
soon stopped by the state of New sets went 6-1, 6-2, the score not indi- o'clock before day to
PRICES ARE SLASHED BELOW WHOLESALE COST
AMERICA'S FINEST READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHES
LOST-A fur neckpiece, Wednesday,
between University Hospital and D.
U. R. station. Reward. 418 Thomp-
LOST-Small gold fountain pen, be-
tween Library and Arcade. Please
LOST-Three rings in the Library.
Please return to 210 N. State St.
WANTED-Students' washing. 1303,
Geddes avenue. Phone 2569.
FOR SALE-Old Town canoe, with-
complete outfit, $50.00. Call Winans,
118 N. Ingalls, after 7. Phone
FOUND-Small grey-cloth pocketbook
small money and key. Owner call
619-Y and may have same by paying
FOR RENT-Office' in the Cutting
apartments, formerly occupied by
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SUITS NOW SUITS NOW SUITS NOW SUITS NOW SUITS
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WHITE TROUSERS FROM $7.29 TO $14.85.
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125 COUPLES ATTEND THIRD
A UNION DANCE; AIR FANS IN
The third Union membership dance
of the Summer session was given in
the assembly hall of the Union from 9
o'clock to 1 o'clock last night. One
hundred and twenty-five couples at-
tended. The air fans, which were re-
bently installed, made conditions in
the room much more comfortable.
Get Your Lunch at
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ALL SEATS 25c
Typewriters of all makes rent-
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