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The Wolverine, 1920-08-05

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IMMEL'S
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CLASS-
STORY

TO
HOUR.

Dean Marcus L. Ward of the College
of Dental Surgery, and Mrs. Ward, left
today for Wah Wah Soo, where they
LIVERY, will remain for the rest of the month,
ver returning to Ann Arbor about Sept. 1.
A N CIGAR STORE .
RDS ANID POCKET BILLIARDS
es, Tobaccos, Candies. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream
ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS

Mr. Ray K. Immel's class in story
telling will give a series of open story
hours for children beginning Thurs-
day afternoon, at 2 o'clock, in room
302, Mason hall. The second hour will
be given Monday at 2 o'clock and there
will be open hours Tuesday, Wednes-
day, and Thursday afternoons of next
week.
Stories will be taken from the Clas-
sics, from Kipling, from Harris, and
from the Norse legends. Original
stories will also be told..
While the stories are for children
between the ages of six and twelve,
any 'who are interested are cordially
invited.

Mail Orders Phone On
Promptly Filled Promptly
Established 1867

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Correct to the Fingertips

That is every woman's ambition:

And very well

Take a Kodak With

You

There is a Kodak that is just suited to your
needs. It is our business to help you find it.
We have the equipment and the supplies and
we "do the rest." Come and see us.

The Screen

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RY OTHER SPORT -
)AK
THIS STORE IS G. H.

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phic Helps and Conveniences
Making all the Easier,-Film
and Paper
'THING'S:HERE
AND COMPANY
)RTH UNIVERSITY

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Sp ciai Bricks
SpcalBry Sunday
from Our Dealer
xt Sunday

AT TilE ARCADE
Cyrus Townsend Brady used an un-
usual situation for his story, "Thee
Island of Regeneration," which will
have its last showing at the Arcade
today.
Tomorrow and Saturday Taylor
Holmes will be shown in his latest
screen comedy, "Nothing But Lies," a
┬░highlyamusing comedy 'adapted from
the stage play Aaron Hoffman 'vrote
for William Collier. The plot con-
cerns the efforts of a young man to
cover up a friend's mistake, made at
the instigation of a radical young
woman who is known to her friends
and the police as Riot Rosie.
When a lurid pamphlet she has her
friend write is sent to the papers in
place of a big firm's advertising copy,
something of a stir is created.
And such a stir can be explained by
nothing but lies. Supporting Mt.
Holmes is a noteworthy cast, includ-
ing the beautiful Justine Johnstone,
Jack McGowan, Gipsey O'Brien and
Ann Wallack.
ATTHE MAJESTIC
In "Dangerous Hours," which will
be shown today for the last time at
the Majestic, the operations of the
Bolsheviks and radicals, who plan the
overthrow of the government, are
shown. An especially interesting
scene is that of the Russian Duma in
session, with Lenine presiding over it.
"Mary Ellen Comes ,to Town" is the
play, in which Dorothy Gish will be
seen at the Majestic Friday and Satur-
day. In this picture Miss Gish is seen
at her best as a winsome young girl,
who manages to 'make her way with
some little difficulty.
AT THE GARRiCK-DETROIT
The Frederic and Fanny Hatton fun
and fashion success, "Lombardi, Ltd.,"
which was used to such excellent ad-
vantage by Leo Carrillo, will be the
offering of the Binstelle company at
the Garrick (Detroit) next week. It
will afford Frank Morgan, who has
made many friends here, one of the
best opportunities of the season, and
his versatility wi'.1 be given a severe
test in this role, which calls not only
for light comedy, but a touch of
traged'y, and a clever dialect.
The role of Tito Lombardi is that
of a fashionable foreign dressmaker
on Fifth avenue.
The customary Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday matinees will be given.
As usual the first performance will be
given on Monday and the last on Sun-..
day night.

might she be anxious about her hands because at
eyery minute of the day they are under inspec-
tion. And if they are correctly gloved a well
groomed appearance is imparted which nothing
else can bring. For this reason we know you will
be pleased to hear of the arrival of new long silk
gloves in white, black and pongee, in 12 and 16-
button length. With short sleeved dresses, the
long gloves are absolutely essential and it has
been almost impossible up to this time to fill the
demand for them. These gloves sell for $2.75
and $3
e a Veil
Not so much to cover defects as to enhance her
beauty. Some one has been credited with saying
that a veil makes a pretty woman beautiful and
any woman pretty. If this is true, you will be in-
terested in our announcement of new arrivals in
sport veils, motoring veIls and veiling by the
yard. In all the newest figures and meshes in
'navy, black, brown and taupe. These taupes are
perfect in every respect and just what you want
to complete your costume.

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Soda Fountains
[undred Michi-
and Cities.

Main Floor

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R ICE CREAM co.,
JRTH STREET
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FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY
On the Huron River
HALLER & FULLER
JEWELERS
State Street
HANDY INFORMATION FOR
ANN ARBOR TRAVELERS
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor',ar~d Jackson
(Eastern ,Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-6:10 a.
m. and hourly to 9:10 p. M.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops west of
Ann Arbor)-9:48 a. m. and every two hours
to 9:48 p. M.
Local Cars, East Bound-5:55 a. m., 7:00
a. m. and every two hours to 9:00 p. m,; 11:00
p. ; . To Ypsilanti only: 11:40 p. mi., 12:25
a. ., 1:10 a dm
To Saline, change t Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bound-7.-50 a. m. 12:40
a. M.
To Jackson and Xalaina~oo-L-imited 6cars,
8:48, 10:48a.n, 12:48, 2:48, 4:48 p..m.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited car, 8:48
p.in

ANN ARBOR DAIRY COMPA
Corner North 4th d Catherine P1
MILK BUTTERMILK (
OF

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WYOLLE.NS
Now on display- Take advan-
tage of early ordering. Our
tailors can give you a better
garment than in the rush sea-
so.

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S. H. INCE PRODUCTION
DAY and SATURDAY
rothy Cish
len Comes To Town"
ays Starting Sunday
Tin "S A N D"
t THAN THE "TOLL GATE"

FOR RENT

J. K. Malcolm
604 East Liberty Street

SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY
On the Huron River

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Quarry,: and.
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DETROIT CREAMERY

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LOST.
idum book on .Jeffer-
near campus. Finder
to Secretary's office.
et for a ring. Finder
.ss Davis, phone 2676.

WANTED
WANTED-Three separate suites for
next year; preferably with private
families and near campus. Call
1731-J.
WANTED-Good. cook, either man or
woman, for fraternity of 35. Ad-
dress Box AD, care Wolverine.
get results.-Adv.
Try Wolverine Want Ads. They

Such a difference in Sodas and Sundaes-and

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

'al tires and
used. Price

in Ann Arbor to supply the demand.

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