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The Wolverine, 1920-07-31

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his friend's divorce case. To avoid
testifying against him, Wally feigns
sickness, and has some difficulty in
convincing the doctors.
JVar- is nurse, wh'o has almost spoiled
M-everything for him, fixes it up by sly-
akes ly kising ihim when the~ doctor is ex-
ired amning his heart with the stethescope,
of~ a and the M. D. suddenly believes that
sin Wally is sick after all.
ess, 'Bebe Daniels plays the role of the
her nurse.

eat the!

AT THlE ARCADE
M~ay Allison in "The Cheater," ends
two days' run* at the Arcade today.
In the production of "Judah," the
athor originally planned to have thle
sale rolie the leading one, but after
e first night, it was evident that the
oman character overshadowed the

-'rest.
For two days commencing tomorrow,
the Arcaide will show Madge Kennedy's
latest'~ picture, "The Truth," Clyde
SFitcb.~s masterpiece. Miss Kennedy is
seen as Becky Warder~, a young nia-
tron, married to a wealthy man who
sincerely loves her.

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Tiwo Dlaily Editors- Paronize Wolverine advertisers-
Sthey ar-e your friends.--Adv.
Cover Crime Story
The Wolverine solicits your patron-
Two. former editors of The, Michigan age for~ its advertisers.-Adv.
Daily, which is the 'publicationi of the
regular terra, have been assigned as =
special foreign correspondents on tthe
Tatum trunk mystery by the Detroit
News, on which pap'er both young ni
are employed.
Harold Charles Le Baron Jackson,'
'18, who was elected managinig editor Books and :Suj'
of The Daily for the. year 1917-1918,'
an~d who served in that capacity be-
fore entering the service,, which pre-
vented him from completing his term
of office, is stationed in New York,
where he has been covering that end
of the mystery,, which has filled the
front pages .of the " country's papers __________________
for the past 'week.
Several of his sp~ecia~l articles haveFo
already appeared., Jackson, "who is rAf
somewhat of a rhetor~cian and, poet i
on the side, received the foli&Wing in- or
structions from Stark, city .editor' of BA#AG E
the News: "No -word pictures; no A
poetry. Get thte facts," If Jackson is C L
miaintainiing the standard first set onc
-The Daily and later maintained on
The News, he should' comply with his 2 0
orders.
Bob McDonald, '18, who'was elected ~t n ~ ~~f i
editor of The Daily for, the year 1917- Tax
11,has been assigned to the Ala-Futha IH ro
ba.ma~ end of the story, where he has________________
been getting the latest news on Tatum, - --_____________
teman' who has beep prominent inI
hligto solve the crimne. Since grad-tANY NFlATO FR
uating from the niversity, ?cDonald (ANNj ARIBOR4 TRAyEL.ERS
has been covering the city hail beat DETRO IT UI.TED LINES
for the News. Ann Arbor and Jacksoni
(Eastern Standard Time)

TWO STORES
~pIIes for all Colleges at Both Stores
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A4MERICAN CIGAR STOF
BILLIARDS AND POCKET BILLIARDS
Cizars, Cigxarettes, Tobaccos, Candies. Soft Drinks. Ice Creamn

514 E. WILLIAMS

TWO STORES'
Both Erecs of Diu goo nal Walk

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Before the
End of Su~mmer
Scoo.,Let us
Photograph
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mn. and hourly to 9:10 p. mn
Jackson Express Cars (loal stops west of
Ann Arbor)-9 :48 a. mn. and every two hou~rs
t 9:8 p. fm.
Local Cars, East B~und-5:55 aL. in; 7:00I
a. in. and every two houtrs to 9:00 p. tn.; 11:04-
p. in. To Ypsilanti only: 11:40 p. 111, 2.2?a
a. mn., 1:10 a. mn.
To Saline, chiange at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West h~ound-7:i50 a. iii.'12:40
a. Ill.
To Jackson and Kalamnazoo--Limnited 'cars,
S,10:48 a. mn, 12:48, 2:48, 4:48 'p. mn.
To Jackson and Laning-Limited car, 8:48

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FOR RENT

SAUNERS CAOE IVEYi,
On the ilurin'River

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THE ALLY O + EVERY OTHER SPORT-
KODAK
FOR ]KODAK AMATEURS THIS STORE ISf G. H:.
Cameras, Photographic Helps and Conveniences
that make, Picture Making' all the Easieir,-Film
and Paper
EVERY THINGS HERE.
LYNDON AND COMPANY
r 719 NORTH UNIVERSITY

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SHIOWS TODAY
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FOR TRAVELING ANYWHERE, ANY, TIME
You Will 1~njoy Using the p
A.B.A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank.. They
conme in denominations of ,$10, $20,,'$50, and $100, and are
cashed by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., 'without identifica-
tion.

"THE CHEATER"
NEAP. BURNS in "TREIAT IEM KIND"
TOMORROW' AND MONDAY
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"'THErUTH9
By Clyde Fitch

w you our
you how

IFew RMtRS'AN D MECHANICS BANK-
I101..jt SouthMain Street 330, South State Street
f (Nickels Arcade)'

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N~The truth will out?
when it did "out", t
from us,there was tr+
Her bedt friend ac
hier of stealing her
band, detectives his
pantry and her own
by spurned her --
cause she told some
nocent" little Pies.

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Complete. Lin e
See Our Two Piece S uit With,
"White Belt

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j ully human ijicturef

MADGE K

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711' N. UINIVERSITY AVE.

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Children 10c

Leave Copp
at
Quarry~s and
The Delta

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WAINTED

ewant the right, woman
ce to introduce our gor-
id Tea andi other roses,
edP flowers, climbing
ring shrubs and trees.
each commnunity a tactful
ide acquaintan~ce, favor-
who can make a great
,his underta.king. If we
to you, write us today.
aI Nurseries, Rochester,
od cook, either man or
fraternity of 35. ,Ad-
.D, care Wolverine.
buy canoe and equip-
1328. 604 E. Madison.

WANTED-High.-class man' on, comn-
mission for Ann Arbor and vicinity,
to sell our full assortmhent beautiful
trees, shrubbery, hedges, roses. We
pay full selling commission weekly.'
Part or whole time year 'round;. Any
intelligent and thoroughly reliable
man can make good money in..these
times. Well rated references re-
qgired. First National Nurseries,
Rochester, N. Y.
LOS$T
LOST-Black traveling bag between.
Ann Arbor aAd Saline. Finder please
return to J. T. Symons, 421 E. Uni-
versity avenue.
LO$T-Two reserved seat tickets to
"A Curious Mishap." Finder please
return to Wahr's.

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Such, a; difference in Sodas and Sundaes-and

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

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in' Ann Ar'bor. to supply the demland.'

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