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the Cad'llac Motor T'e Screen
Detroit, and accord-l
ned his position with
ool paper. AT THE MAJESTIC
Kern, '22, will suc-
as managing editor. At the Majestic tonight moving pic-
I Lure fans will see Miss May McAvoy,
press agented as "the screen's most
talented late acquisition", which
means that she is a new star and
that she is -a real luminary. The
press agent told the truth about her
talent for her work in "A Private
Scandal", the farce comedy that ap-
proaches the dramatic at t-mes in
which she is now appearing, is about
the finest bit of acting seen on the
I C H T screen in several weeks.
W A in The plot is not new;it is true, and
R N " there is nothing else that the every
de! day theater- goer has not seen, but
-de that does not prevent the picture from
t i o n S being an excellent" entertainment.
Those who have not met Miss McAvoy
',DAY in "Sentimental Tommy" will be de-
lighted, with her.
Other features 'on the bill include!
a Century comedy, news, orchestra
N T ER and Miss Johnny Hereford, a dainty'
soprano, secured from the Fine Arts
UKT LE' U 'Concert Tour Booking association of
S UCKILE Chicago. Miss Hereford has a pleas-
ing ,personality and will meet with
aione approval.
Tomorrow the Majestic has a come-
dy booked. They have the right idea
in booking as many comedies as they
S E " . can secure in the summer time. Suf-
fice it to say that they claim "See My
Lawyer" to be a roaring mirthful at-
traction. You need only the eyes to
e alterations be entertained for 90 minutes. Other
usual short subjects round out a very
good program.
MARINES OFFER COIIMMISSIONS
iiisI#IIttettitttI'ettl le' TO QUALIFIED COLLEGE MEN

Wicons~n summer session is shown
,y the figures in recent catalogs: 528
ummcr students enrolled in 1905;
,128 students in 1909; 1,925 students
> 1915; 3,213 students, in 1919; and
ver 4,300 in 1921.
%sTFFANSSON WILL
RETURN TO ARCTIC
Iowa City, Ia., July 6. - Vilhjal-
=nur Stefansson, famous University of
Iowa alumnus who has gained fame as
an Arctic explorer and who claims
the discovery of a new race of blond
Eskimos, expects to return to the Arc-
tic for further investigations.
A company capitalized at $100,000
has been formed at Vancouver, B. C.,
with Stefansson as president, with the
object of conducting further explora-
tions in the vast Arctic regions to the
eotreme' north of Canada. It is said
that he expects to investigate the pos-
sibilities of marketing reindeer into
the channels of meat supply in the,
United States and of developing the
fur trade in the Arctic circle, as well
as to explore unknown islands.
The new corporation will be known
as the Stefansson Arctic Exploration
.Co., Ltd., with Vancouver as its head-
quarters. The expeditions will con-
tinue over a space of two or three
years, it is said.
Commercial Teachers are needed.
Enter our summer classes July 5th.
Hamilton Business College.-Adv.

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like better

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Washington, July 6.-- Graduates:
of distinguished military schools and!
colleges, who pass the required ex-
amination, will be given an opportu-
nity to secure commissions as second
lieutenants in the Marine Corps Re-
serve, according to an announcement'
made by Major Gen. John A. Lejeune,
the commandant of the corps. Whil'
on active duty in the Reserve at
Quantico, Va., they will be given in-
struction and training, pending their
examination for permanent commis-
sions in the Marine Corps next De-
cember.

L A S T T I M E T O D A Y
DAVib BUTLER In
"SMILINiG ALL THE WAY"
F R I D A Y- S A T U R D A Y
MAJORIE D.AW
"THE BUTTERFLY -CGIRL"
STARG I" H E F A L L OF BABYLON"

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About 150 officers will be required
to fill vacancies existing in the corps
next January. Fifty non-commission-
ed officers are to receive instruction
at the Marine Corps institute hdre,
and will take the examination for per-
manent commissions in the Marine:
Corps before the officers, serving tem-
porarily in the reserve at Quantico,
are examined.

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled
Store closes at 12 o'clock
on W ednesday during
'July and August

Mail
Promp

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front suitel
rried couple.
hone 2545-M.
4-3
ho picked up
lie University
on report to
ment or call
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738. 4-5

NEARLY 4,500 ENROLLED IN
- WISCONSIN SUMMER SESSION
Madison, Wis., July 6. -The larg-
est summer session student body
ever enrolled at the Univerpity- of
Wisconsin registered for classes at
the opening of the session last week.
More than 4,300 students enrolled dur-
tng the first three days and late reg-
istrations may carry the total to
4500.
Early registrations showed an in-
crease of 700 over last year when the
enrollment was 3.600. A larger num-
ber of the regular university students
have remained this year for the ses-
sion than ever before. t h
The growth of enrollment in the

DOLLAR

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Saturday,

July. 9
are a few of the ma~

Shop Saturday at a Saving-Here
Specials we are, offering-

in Latin.
E. Atkins,
4-1

now.

Tes

Week,

Beach Suit in the

65c

Trifles That Count
with one's appearance
Fancy beads, in values to $3'.75 for $1
An assortment of collars, vestees, sash-
es, and collar and cuff sets, in $3.50
values, for $1
Choice of any two 75c fancy barpin,
brouches, earings, at $1
Two 69c note or address books, at $1
Two fancy hairpins for $1, in 59c 69c
and 75c value.
Any metal or shell bag top in values to
$3.25 for $1 (Main Floor)
A number of things for $1
SOc rick rack braid, special, 3 for $1
lOc hair nets, 12 for $1
65c and 75c bathing caps, all styles, 2
for$i
$1.50 bathing caps, special for $1
One'lot of writing paper in boxes that
are slightly soiled from handling, 3 for
$!
$1.50 boxes of stationery for $1
20c Bestyette double mesh hair nets,
all shades, special 7 for $1
39c rickrack braid, 4 packages for $1
$1.50 and $1.75 parasolsforchildren $1
30c anc 3 sc children's Hickory sup-
porters, 4 pair for $1 (Main Floor)

What
in the

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Summer corsets,
ing, back lace, re
(size 20, only)
(Sef

Of

Gowns, of a good
daintily trimmed w:
ularly priced $1.75,
day.
A special model of
brocaded mull in fle
Envelope chemise,
well made and prett
larly priced $1.50 f<

to $2.i0

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.pad Floor)

Price

$Day in
Underw

$1.25 to $4.40

Chester Suits

Ladies' bodice top
three for $1
Ladies' vests in 59
Ladies' lisle union
value, $1

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