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The Wolverine, 1920-07-24

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TOURNEY NEEDED
for the Union billiard!
e needed, before play;
iced. About four are
three cushion match,,
in the straight rail.
ed number enter, it is
lay inthe three cushion
egin about the first of
he straiYat rail as soon
Each tournament willI
week..h

PRESIDENT AND MRS. BURTON I SUMMER SPOTLIGHT
LEAVE FOR SUDER VACATION PROVES UNUSUAL
President and Mrs. Marion L. Burton'
e Jean Walace and Knight Mirrielees,
loft this morning for their summ7ier '0 asse yGer. oeik
home at Cass Lake, Minnesota, where '20, assisted by Georg Roderick,
ihey will spend the summe vacation. proved to be the stars of the unusual
President Burton, who has been Union Summer Spotlight, Thursday
worked exceptionally hard since tak- in Hill auditorium.
c-,evenin Hl uioim
ingi upl his duties at the Univer sity,!
will not1setunto Ann Arboruntil Hebrew humor by Purvis in his Jew-
about the first week in September. ish monologue, won first place in the

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ARBOR DAIRY C MPANY
th 4th and Catherlne Phone 423
BUTTERMILK CREAM
JSEHOLD PACKING CO.
. E. RE AB, MGR. PHONE 391-J
ing Packing Storage
Leading Packers of China, Cut Glass,
Pianos, and Flue Furnuiture.
et us unload your goods and settle them.
r Cars Furnished For Moving Household Goods
Remember the Phone Number 391-J

line of comedy. Johnson and BarnumI
who appeared in a -eOmedy act en-
titled, "Dark Stuff," unfortunately did
not speak loud enough, and most of
their conversation was lost to the
audience.
George Chute, '22E, displayed mas-
tery of the banjo in several difficult
numbers. A unique whistling act by
A. E. Coates, '22, in which he gave
imitations' of bird calls, was one of
the most original numbers on the pro
gram. "Amber days," featuring the
quartette composed of Keena, Riggs,
Jones and Underwood, was a good ex-
ample of excellent harmony.
Kemp Keena, '21, in his rendition of
a number of love sings, displayed his
ability as an excellent singer. The all-
campus jazz orchestra, directed by
Don Rhodes, which concluded the pro-
gram, was excellent.

(Continued on Page 4)
Kemp Keena was appointed an in-
structor in English.
Prof. A. F. Schlichting has resigned
from the faculty of the Pharmacy col-
lege, to enter business.
Miss Elizabeth Steere, assistant li-
brarian fn1 charge of the law library,
was, granted a year's leave of absence
that she might go to Europe in work
connected with the war library work.
Dr. Harriet Taylor, of Rochester, N.
Y., former research assistant, of the
fuiversity of Michigan Medical school,
was appointed assistant in pathology.
Dr. R. B. Robbins, instructor in
mathematics, was granted a year's
I leave of absence that he might do work
in the insurance department of Mis-
souri.

The following were appointed mem-
bers of.-the boardl of governors of thel
Alumnae house: Mrs. J.eL. Markley,
Ann Arbor; Mrs. S. C. Baits and Mrs.
Myra Post Cody, Detroit; Mrs. Percy
Martin, Bay City, and Miss Carolyne
Kleindstuck, Kalamazoo.
Prof. L. A. Straus was appointed
chairman of the English department of
the literary college, succeeding Prof.
I. N. Demmon, resigned.
Dr. A. D. Wickett, of Detroit, was

BL UE F RON T CIGA R STOR E
SUNDER STUDENT MANAGEMENT
Corner Stale and Packard Sts.

Miss Natille Murphy, at prese
private secretary to President Wald
of the Western tate Nqrmal college
Kalamazoo, was appointed private se
retary to President Burton, succeedi:
Miss Beulah Davis, who was priva
secretary to President Hutchins, a
who has resigned to become priva
secretary to Superintendent Fra
Cody, of Detroit.

THE ALLY OF EVERY OTHER SPORT -
KODAK
FOR KODAK AMATEURS THIS STORE IS G. H.
Cameras, Photographic Helps and Conveniences
that make Picture 'Making all the Easier,-Film
and Paper
EVERYTHING'S HERE
LYNDON AND COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY

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SERVICES,

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First
Baptist Church
Huron St., below State
JOHN MASON WELLS,
MINISTER

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irt-breaking to "lose your job."
me Operators are never "laid off" for any 'reason or at any
barrassing to have to ask for a "raise.''
one Operators know that their salary increases will come
stated periods. They. do not even have to ask.
agreeable to have to work n dirty, untidy rooms and on
leasant materials.
one Operators work in pleasant, bright, airy roogns that are
ly clean, and at work that is clean and full of changing
You Can Earn $25
ng to our Technical School for two weeks to learn telep'hone
ratch your salary grow.
rooms, meals at cost, siting rooms, free benefits, eight-
for a position as a Student Operator TODAY between 9
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AUNGTON & MAIN STREETS, IN THE BANK BLDG..

11i;3o a. in. to . i P. fit.
113W. Huron t.-Upstairs
Opp. Interurban Station, over Rae Theatre

Morning Service at 10:30
Third in Series of Expository
Bible Sermons:
"Amos, the Man and His Mes-
sage."
12:0 M.-Guild class for Sum-
mer Students conducted by
Dr. Howard R. Chapman.
Questions and Free Exchange of
Opinion.

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Thank God every morn-
when you get up that you
something to do that
which must be done
ther you like it or not.
ag forced to do your best
breed in you temperance,
-control, d il ig e nce,
igth of will, control, and
indred virtues which the
will never know." -
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FIRST
METHODIST CHURCH
COR. SOUTH STATE AND
EAST WASHINGTON STS.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER,
D.D. PASTOR
10:30 A. M.-Morning Service.
12:00 M.-Bib e School. Student
Class undelk direction: of Dr.
Stalker. St'dy of Amos.
6:30 P. M.-Young People's De-
votional Meeting.f
7:30 P. M.-Union Service on the
Campus.
A WELCOME FOR ALL

REV. HENRY TATLOCK, D.D.,
RECTOR
'REV. CHARLES T. WEBB,
CURATE
7:35 a.m.-Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.-Church School.
10:30 a.m.-Morning Prayer and

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MINISTER

Cor. State and Huron Sts.
Rev. Sidney S. Robins, Pastor
Morning Service, 10:30

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Religious Work in Michigan,
Y. M. C. A., speaks at 10:30.
Mr. E. F. Mills will address the
Bible Class at close of service.
C. E. at 6:30 in Church parlors.

The sermon w1l be given by
the Rev. J. T. Sunderland, D.D.,
of New York. Subject: "Cele-
brating the Pilgrims."
Kindergarten and Primary Class
during Church
Strangers are always welcome

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UMB[RLAND ROMANGF
videly read novel, "A Mountain Europa" by John Fox, Jr.
The country lover was forgot-
ten when the city man came to
the neighborhood. Forgotten -
but he did not forget. And the
time came when "Easter" re-
membered too.
You'll like Miss Minter in this
picture.
Christie Comedy-
"Her Perfect Husband"

Cook by Electricity
It is the cheapest, surest and
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BEYOND THE CURRICULUM
To-morrow morning, at ten-thirty, in the
Congregational Church, Mr. Douglas will
deliver the third address of his series on
"Beyond the Curriculum."
The topic will be "What a Child Should
be Taught About His Relation to the
Race."
These addresses are intended for persons
who are professionally or otherwise inter-
ested in the mental and moral develop-

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