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The Wolverine, 1920-08-10

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L In last Saturday's game Mike was
[ARD sent in as a pinch hitter when there
were three men on bases. Knode
nneth cleaned up the sacks for the St. Louis
team, knocking out a three base hit.
were In the second game of a double
s and header between St. Louis and Wash-
e St. ington Sunday, Sisler took four hits
hard in five times at bat, each one of which
was one of a different caliber. He
clouted out a single, a two bagger, a
three base hit, and a home run. He
44 counted a single and a two base hit
out of four, times at bat in thei first
game. Sunday's averages gave Sisler
.403, which placed him in a tie with
Jackson for second place. .

AT THE MAJESTIC #.
In "Sand," which has its last show-
ing today at the Majestic, William S.
Hart takes, the role of a traveling rail-
roader, who comes to take the place.of
a staiion agent who is father of the
girl that taught him telegraphy.
Train robberies, safe blowing, and
other such incidents in this neigh-
borhood have left it a bad name, and
Bill Hart does his part in cleaning it
up. For a time things do not look so
good for him.
Bill Hart's horse comes in for one
of the leading roles, and the affection
of the horse for his master is seen sev-
eral timeb. Mary Thurman plays the
leading feminine part.
Irene Castle comes to the Majestic
Wednesday and Thursday in "Ama-
teur Wives." Miss Castle's personal-
ity makes the picture an excellentl
one. On the same rogram will be a
Pathe News weekly, and a Fox-Sun-
shine comedy, "Th'rough the Keyhole."

SOKHOOL OF MUSIC GIVES
LAT CONCERT TONIGHT
PRESENTS THREE GUEST SOLO-
ISTS ON FINAL PRO-
GRAM
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.The University- School of Music
will present three guest soloists at the
final concert in the summer series to
be given at 8 o'clock Wednesday eve-
ning in Hill auditorium., when an in-
teresting and varied program of voc-
al, violin, and 'cello numbers and a
trio for violin, 'cello and piano will
be presented.

The general public is cordiallyin-
vited to attend, no admission-charge
being ma'de. Patrons are requested
to be in their seats promptly at the
hour announced since the doors will
be closed during the numbers, and
also, to refrain from bringing small
children.
Moto allegro ed agitato, from Trio in
D. minor .. ......Mendelssohn
E. N. Bilbie, violin
M. C. Wier, violin cello
Mrs. George B. Rhead, piano
Aria: "0 tu Palermo" ("Vespri
Siciliani").'. Verdi
Carl Lindegren
In Autumn ...........E. N. Bilbie
Donse Furiense .......Kienzle-Sahla
M, Bilbie

A Lullaby ..............
Barrack Ballad (Kipling)
_ . Mr. Lindegren
Kol Neidrie .............
Mr. Wier
Accompaniments by RussE
Mrs. George B. Rb

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Adv.
CCIGAR STORE.
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ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS

R A H A M'S
TWO STORES
Books and Supplies for all Colleges at Both Stores
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AT THE ARCADE
The Arcade has secured Wanda!
Hawley's first starring feature, "Miss
Hobbs" by, Jerome K. Jerome, for a
return date for today only. She ap-
pears as a super-feministic man-hat-
er wio finds smocks, barefoot danc-
ing, futurist art, and vegetarianism a
substitute for those housewifely arts
in which most women find their chiet
joy. She enlists in her cult Mrs. Beu-
lah Hackett, whose husband does not
countenance suchi ideas, and Millicent
Farey, who breaks her engagement
with George Jessop.
Naturally Jessop and Hackett wish
to win back their respective girls, but
seemin mortal terror of Miss Hobbs.
Wolff Kingsearl, played by Harrison
Ford, a young millionaire, laughs at
- their fears and bets them that he can
kiss Miss Hobbs within thirty' days.
The result of this bet and the ulti-
mate capitulation of the beautiful
man-hater constitute a most enter
talning story.
Tomorrow and Thursday Earle Wil-
liams makes his appearance in his
latest Vitagraph feature, "A Master
Stroke," a comedy drama of h.igh fi-
ance. It is an adaptation from a pop-
ular novel by Frederic Van Renssel-
aer Dey, entitled, "The Three Keys."
The story deals with financial trouble
and the abiding faith of women. Earle
Williams plays the hero with the rare
sympathy and understanding that is
so much a part of his characteriza-
tions.
Wolverine Classified Ads bring re-.
sults. Ads should be brought in by 2
o'clock before day to be run.

O. D. MORRILL

17 Nickels A

TWO STORES
Ikoth Ends of Diagoonal Walk

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Our very'compete assortment of Waterman, Conklin, Parker,
FOUNTAIN PENS
assure you a writing point that will meet your needs.

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For
TAXI.
or
BAGGAGE
CALL
City Taxi and Baggage Co.'
Fourth and Huron
HANDY INFORMATION FOR
ANN ARBOR TRAVELERS
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor and 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. in. and every two hours,
to 9:48 p. m.
Local Cars, East Bound-5:55 a. in., 7:00
a. in. and every two hours to 9:00 p. m.; 11:00
p. m. To Ypsilanti only: 11:40 p. m., 12:25
a. m., 1:10 a. m.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti. -
Local Cars, West 'Bound-7:50 a. i. 12:40
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Limited oars,
8:48, 10:48 a:" m.,,12:48, 2:48; 4:48 p. ,mn.
To Jackson and Lansing--Limited car; 8:48
p M.

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At once, help from now
>ber first. Part time until
ummer School; fall time
.s. University Music

FOR SALE-One pair Cordovan Bro-
gue Oxfords, size 7, winged tip, :fiat
heel, broad toe. Worn only few
times as too short for owner. Cost
$19.00,' will sell for $9.00. Write
Box AF, care of Wolverine.

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

in Ann Arbor to supply the demand.

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