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ATTEND
IIGAN MLANA

Wier, violin 'cello, Mrs. George
ad, piano, Carl Lindegren, voc-
M. Bilbie, will be the artists at
a Summer session recital, to be
it 8 o'clock this evening in Hill
Ium by the School of Music
dmission will be charged for the
to which the general public is
but the audience is requested
in its seats promptly, as the
will be closed between numbers.

Paul Eaton, '21, president of- the
Union, will be best man at the wed-
ding of Stevens Clark, ex-'19, and Miss
Erma Robinson, '19, of Bad Axe,
Mich., which will take place Thursday
morning at Grand Rapids.
Clark was a member of the Sigma
Chi fraternity, and Miss Robinson
was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority.
FOR3JER DEAN OF INDIANA
VISITS UNIVERSITY MONDAY
Will D. Howe, formerly professor
of English and director of the Sum-
vier session at the-University of In-
diana, visited the University Monday.
At present he is conencted with the
firm of Harcourt, Brace, and Howe of
New York, a publishing house.
Subscribe for The Wolverine.

ADAMS ONE OF JUDGES
OF ECONOMIC CONTEST
PRIZE OFFERED TO. STIMULATE
INTEREST IN INDUSTRIAL
AFFAIRS
Endeavoring to stimulate an inter-
est in the nation's economic problems,
Hart Schaffner & Marx, clothing man-
ufacturers of Chicago, have offered
four prizes aggregating $2,000 for the
best studies in topics relating to com-
merce and industry. The prizes are
offered through a committee of which
Prof. Henry C. Adams of the econom-
ics department of the University, is a
member.
Four Others on Committee
The four others on the committee
are: Prof. J. Laurence Laughlin of
Chdago, chairman; Prof. J. B. Clark,
Columbia university; Theodore E.
Burton, New York City; Edwin F.
Gay, president of the New York Eve-
nling. Post, graduate of the University
in 1890.
The prizes are divided into two sets,
one set class B, being limited to the
undergraduates of all American col
lege , and the ~Dther set, class A,
standing open to all others, whether

college graduates or not. The two
prizes open to college undergraduates
are: First prize, $300, second, prize,
$200, while the two open to the gen-
eral public are $1,000 and $500.
Six Topics Suggested
Six topics suggested by the com-
mittee are:
1. The economic effects of the ac-
cumulation of gold by the United
States during the European war.
2. .A study of the policy of the Fed-I
eral reserve board during the war.
3. The course of foreign exchange
between the. United States and neutral
countries during the war and the per-
iod of re-adusmejnt.
4. The probable future of the skill-
ed artisan.
5. The effect of the European war
on the export trade of Great Britain.'
6. The development of the world's'
production of meat.
In addition to these subjects, others
may be chosen by the contestants
through securing the consent of the!
committee.

NEWTON GOES OVER
UNION'S FALL PLANS:
Maynard Newton, '22, chairman of
the Union life membership committee
for 1921, was in the city yesterday,
and while here he went over plans
for next year with Union officials. As'
now formulated, the plans call for an
extensive drive in the fall, which will
end with a great percentage of the
students life members of the Union.
Tentative details were discussed,
and possible team captains consider-
ed. In the campaign, it is expected

to canvass allstudents, wno h
yet signed up for a life meml
At the same time Newton
Union officials talked over thi
for the Sunday afternoon r
as he will be chairman of 'th
mittee also. It is thought that
nrwal of this old custom wil
sitcessful, and for these after
large number of the more pr
men in Michigan and the United
have been secured to speak.,
CANDIDATES FOR DEGREE
SHOULD FILL OUT B:
All persons who expect to c
fthe requirements for a degree
end of the present Summer
should secure the necessary
from the secretary .of their
ment, fill them out, and han
back as soon as possible.

FOR RENT
DERS' CANOE LIVERY.
On the 10uron iiver

FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,
On the Huron Rver

Wolverine Classifled Ada
cults. Ads should be broug
o'clock before day to be run.

SEEI
HOUSEHOLD PACKING Co.
C. E. RHEAD, MGR. PHONE 391-J
1oving, Packing & Storage
Leading Packers of China, Cut Glass,
Pianos, and Five ]Furniture.
Let us unload your goods and settle them.
ates For Cars Furneshed For Moving Household Goods
Remember the Phone Number 391-J

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

Parker, Sheaffer, Sa-

Thne Screen
AT THE MAJESTIC

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HE ALLY OF EVERY OTHER SPORT-
KODAK
KODAK AMATEURS THIS STORE IS G. H. Q.
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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Irene Castle comes to the Majestic
today and tomorrow in "The Amateur
Wife." Playing the role of a girl just
out of a French convent who comes to
this country to find her mother a star
in a musical comedy, Miss Castle
takes a successful part, and her act-
ing puts the picture across.
She is quite shocked at first by the
abbreviated costume, which her moth-
er wears in her show, and hr mothe'
is rather astonished, when she finds a
full grown daughter on her hands.
The young girl is married by at man
about town, who leaves her and re-
turns to find her the social hit of New
York.
On the 'same program with "The
Amateur Wife" will be a Pathe News
weekly and a Fox-Snmshine comedy.
Bryant Washburn in "Mrs. Temple's
Telegram" Will be at the Majestic
Friday and Saturday.

FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY
On the Huron Rivir

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BILLIARDS AND POCKET BILLIARDS
Cigars. Cigarettes, Tobaccos, Candies. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream
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Complete Line
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White Belt

AT THE ARCADE

GEO. J MOE
711 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
®I.
TODAY AND TOMORROW
EARLE WILLIAMS
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"A MASTEi STROKE"
STAR COMEDY, "Pills for Papa" - BRAY PICTOGRAPH
FRIDAY-SATURDAY, 1
Will Rogers
-IN-
"Cupid, The Cowpuncher''
Capitol Comedy, Neal Burns in "Two Dollars, Please"
U urn

"A Master Stroke" is the production
in which Earle Williams is starred at
the Arcade today and tomorrow. A
moral obligation, that of helping his-
fancee's father who aided his own
father in a like situation, must be met
.by Earle Williams, as Yale Durant,
when he does not have the necessary
means.
Through an opportunity, which pro-
bably means his being branded as a
.thief, he is afforded this chance, and
he takes it, to save his friend from
ruin. In so doing he is discovered by
his employer's secretary, but explain..
things to her satisfactorily.
There are many thrilling situations
in the play, and there is said to 'be
no wasted moments. Earle Willaims
plays his role of a millionaire, who'
has wasted all his money and has de-
cided to kill himself, in a convincing
manner.. He feels that the time has
come to end things for himself, but at
the end of a" quick four day, he finds
things so changed that it is unneces-
sary.

NORTHWE STERN
UNIVERSITY
School of Commerce
A University Professional School
Graduate Division-One year
graduate work, leading to de-
gree, Master in Business Ad-
ministration. Open. to students
having a professional or bach-
elor's degree, from, an institu-
tion of approved standing. Bul-
letin No. 51.
Undergraduate Division-Two-
year course, leadng to degree,
Bachelor of Science in Com-
merce. Open to students with
two years of credit from a col-,
lege of approved .standing. Op-
portunity to specialize in Ac-
counting, Banking, Finance,
Sales Management, Advertising,
Factory Management, Foreign
Trade,' Employment Manage-
ment, and allied subjects. Prac-
tical work in a great commercial
center. Fall semester opens
September 20. bulletin No. 1.
Address inquiries to
NORT WETERN UVERSITY
Schol of Commierceg
33 West Labe St.' Chicago, Ill.

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CALL 165
ONE DAY SERVICE ON REQUEST
White Swan laundry Compai
Detroit and Catherine Streets
Delicious Special Brick
Every Sunday
Get One from Our Deal
Next Sunday
Sold at the best Soda Founta
in over Three Hundred Mic
gan Towns and Cities.
C. A. CONNOR ICE CREAM (
' 416 FOURTH STREET

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. m. and every two hours
to 9:48 p. in.
Local Cars, East Bound-5:55 a. m., 7:00
a. m. and every two hours to 9:00 p. m.; 11:00
p. in. To Ypsilanti, only: 11:40 p. mn.,,12:25
a. m., 1:10 a. m.
To Saline, change at Ypsilanti..
Local Cars, West Bound-7:50 a. in. 12:40
a. mn.,
To Jackson and talam4azoo-Limitedcars,:
8:48, 10:48 a.nde., 12:48, 2:48, 4:48 p. m.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited car, 8:48
P. in.

FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,
On the "uro""River

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WANTED

WANTED-At once, help from now
until October first. Part time until
end of Summer School; full time
afterwards. University Music
1louse.
WANTED- Fraternities, Sororities,
house-clubs, have you employed
your cook for Fall? Try Wolverine
Want Ads.
Liners in The Wolverine will do it

FOR SALE
FOR SALE4-One pair Cordovan Bro-
gue Oxfords, size 7, winged tip, flat
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.
LOST
LOST-The man who lost his watch
the other day found it through a
Wolverine Classified Ad Try them,

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Such a difference in Sodas and Sundaes-and

VELVET 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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