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The Wolverine, 1920-07-24

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Wednesday. Arrangements and all de-
tails incidental to the voyage have
practically been arranged by the com-
jmittee.

3I SAILSI
ON

, whose official appoint-
lympic team depended
ssfully passing a phy-
ion, was given a favor-
he examining physician
rship on the squad be-
Wednesday, when the
mnittee of 'the Olympic
)on him favorably.
Additions Made
additions to the Olym-
made at this meeting.
gale, University of Mis-
was placed on the re-
20; Billy Meanix, 440-
er, is now a reserve for
d Aileen Allen, of the
4. C., formnernnational
champion, was made a
women's high diving
agreed to pay her own
e meet at Antwerp.
d track and field, de.I
;hlon, cycling, boving,
ams will sail Monday
he transport Matoika,I

Butler Not ,laek
Larry Butler, Michigan's tryout in
the 440-yard dash, has not yet returned
from the east. Hait, the dash entry,
has been back for several days.
Johnson, who was stricken ill soon
after the indoor season ended. has not
been in the best of shape since that
time. Although he jumped 23 feet 71/
inches in the outdoor Conference
meet, he was able to do only about 22
feet at Cambridge, which brought him
a sixth place.
This may have been due tp the fact
that he had not juinped since the Con-
fereice meet, but he had been in train-
ing. If ,he trains sufficiently -on the
way across and in Belgium, it is prob-
able that Carl will take a first or a
second out of the broad junip, Sol
Butler being the only man who has
ever bettered Johnson's re'cord of 24
feet 1 inch.
Paul Courtois, of the Mohawk Ath.-
letic club, is the one who would have
gone in Johnson's place, if the Michi-
gan star had failed to pass the phy-
sical examination. He was next to
Johnson in the Harvard trials, getting
a seventh.
RV. STALKER TO BE SPEAKER
AT SUNDAY JNION SERVICE

AT THE ARCADE;
Viola Dana in "Dangerous to Men,"
will be shown at the Arcade for the
last time today. This photoplay from
H. V. Esmond's drama, "Eliza Comes
to Stay," gives Miss Dana an interest-
ing part. Her transition from the tom-
boy school girl to the young woman of
social charm is done with finesse, and
she makes the vampire scenes thrill
ing.
For two days commencing tomorrow,
the Arcade will show Mary Miles Min-
ter in her latest production, "A Cum-
berland Romance," from the novel, "A
Mountain Europa," by John Fox, Jr.,
who wrote "The Little Shepherd of
Kingdom Come," and "The Trail of the
Lonesome Pine."
Miss Minter has the role of an un-
tutored mountain girl of great beauty.
As. "Easter" she has a part which dis-
plays her beauty and acting ability at,
its best. She carries with equal con-
viction clever comedy moments or well
sustained dramatic situations.
AT THE MAJESTIC
In "The Young Myrs. Winthrop,"
which has its, final showing today at
the Majestic, Ethel Clayton takes the
role of a young society matron, en-
grossed in pleasures. Her husband is
as deeply engaged in business, and it
seems impossible to keep them from
drifting apart.
The death of their young daughter
appa'rently severs the only link be-
tween the two, and they both are seek-
ing. a separation, which is averted
through the clever work of the old
family lawyer.
Charles Ray in "Paris Green," is the
attraction Sunday, Monday, and Tues-
day at the Majestic, In this picture
Ray continues with his customary roles
of a timid, bashful boy.
FEDERAL BOARD STUDENTS TO
MEET TUESDAY AFTERNOON,
Federal board students have been
requested to meet at 3 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon in room 301, University hall.
Important matters are to be discussed
at this time.

COACH YOST PLESED
WITH UMBR LGIL
SCHOLASTIC WORK OF FOOTBALL
MEN IS BEST IN
.YEARS
Coach Yost in a recent letter to P.
G.Blartelme expressed his gratification
at the number' of men who came
through their work satisfactorily .or
are in a position to become eligible by
fall. "I think the scholastic work of
the men this last semester shows bet-

ter than in a great many years," he
stated.
Yost Comes in September
Coach Yost will probably not be in{
Ann Arbor for the football season
much before Sept. 15, when prelimi-
nary training begins. Before the ex-
aminations he sent out personal let-
ters to all the probable football men,
urging them -to work hard in order to
be able to play in the fall.
As yet no formal invitations Ior the
fall training season have been sent
ot by, the Athletic office, but it is
expected that this will be done about
Aug. 1. Ordinarily, the letters are not
mailed until the middle of August, but
Mr. Bartelme hopes to get them out
early this year.

No definite number of
picked yet, but work or
desirable man has coin
thought that more. in
usual will be sent this

FOR

SAUNDERS' CA

On the Iiuron

On the Huron

1 GRAHAM'
TWO STORES
Books and Supplies for all Colleges at Both Stoi
TWO STORES
Both Ends of Diagoonal Walk

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..

The Rev. Mr. Stalker, of the Metho-.
dist church, will be the speaker at the
Union open air service to be held at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening on the
sFeps of the general library.
Mr. Robert Dieterle, of the Univer-
.sity School of Music, will sing "Even-
ing and Morrning," by Spieker.

IVERY,

We Announce a-
r eI n v e nto r y S h o e S o Mn- n dWm o he
August 1st. We inventory and in order to r
our stoc to the lowest possible level by
time have made drastic cuts which vary

et- More Work for the
Sweeter, in Beauty and
UZE BLOSSOM SHOP
ViCKELS ARCADE PHONE

Dent.
Scent.

DAN CIGAR STORE',- .
ARDS AND POCKEt BILLIARDS
ttes, Tobaccos, Candies. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream
ONE BLOCK FROIW CAMPUS

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15%/

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50%

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See Windows For Prices
Included in this sale are sOme-
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FOR RENT

Studio

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SAUNDES' CANOE LIVERl
On the Huron River

LadiesWhite Oxfords and Pumps a
Mens White and Palmi Beach Oxfoi

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.319 E. Hjpron

Phone 961-M

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Fort
TAXI

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or
BAGGAGE
CALL
2 30

Mens, Ladies, Misses, Boys and
rens White Tennis Oxfords and i
at a flat red uction of 25%
You will receive, as usual, our SPECIAL FIfTING

IACTIONS
FST I

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LAST TIME TODAY
oung Ms. Winthrop
AY-MONDAY-TV ES DAY

City Taxi and Baggage Co
Fourth and Huron
hANDY iNFORMATION TrOR
ANN ARBOR TRAVELERS
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-U:10 a.
ini. and hourly to 9:10 p. .n
Jackson Ekxpress Cars (Igcal stops west of
Ann Arbor)-9:48 a. att. and every two hours
to D:4l8 p. in.
Local Cars, East Bound--5:55 a. in., 7:00
a, m. and every two hours to 9:00 p. in.; 11:00
p. m. To Ypsilanti only: 11:40 p. in., 12:25
a. in., 1:10 a. m .:
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West hound-7:50 a. in. 12:40
'o ackson and Kalanazo-Limited cars,
8:48i, 10:4!8 a. mn., 1;2:48, 2:48, 4:48'*p. in.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited car, 8:48
p. in.

123 Lasht.Lierty
Terms Cash.'

Street

Corner f4~th

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No Approvals or Excha

"PARISAREhEI"

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L ASSIFIE
ADVERtI'SEN

leave Copy
at
Quarryg: and.
The Delta

LOST
-Pair glasses, light colored rim,
lack case. Return to Wolverine
e. Reward.
-Grey-brown whipcord overcoat
brown hat. Call 131. Reward.

MISCELLANEOUS
TWO fellows who took picture from
Majestic had a long walk. Why did
you hide in the alley back of music
store, and then traverse Williams,
Thompson, Liberty, etc., instead of
going more direct? Bring it back to
avoid trouble.
WANTED

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Tom /4f
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DETROIT CREAM ERY

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Such a difference in Sodas and 'Sundaes-and
VELVE T BRAND ICE CREAM IS ONE REASON.
The Detroit Creamery has established a permanent Branch

FOR RENT
-Office in the Cutting
formerly occupied by
Loeffler. Apply Janitor.)

in Ann Arbor to supply the demand.

WANTED--Students' washing.
I Geddes avenue. Phone 2569.

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