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T"HE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 18, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JULY 18, 1926

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DAILY OFFICIAL BLEI
P~ublication in the 13ulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday).
Volume YI SUiNDAY, JULY 18, 1926 'Numiiber 20.-)

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Visitors' INights at the Observatory :
Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory, July 19, 20, and 21 may
be obtained at the Office of the Sumnier Session from 10 to 12 a. m,. and 2 to
4 p. mn. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer Session who
will present their Treasurer's receipts when applying for them. The supply
is very limited. T. E. Rankin,
French Bibliography will meet as scheduled Monday, July 19, room 302
South wing, at 3 o'clock. Books dealing with contemporary French litera-.
ture will be considered. WV. A. XcLaughlin.
Education Bl20s and B22s :
Classes in Education 13120s and B222s will meet Monday at their usual
hours besides their other four meetings scheduled for this week.
Wendell S. Brooks.
Faculty and Students, College of Engineering:
There will be an assembly of students of this college on Monday, July
19th, at 11:00 o'clock A. M. in Room 318, West Engineering building, Dean
Cooley will speak. L. IL Hlopkins.
WIomien's Educational Club:
The Women's Educational Club will meet Monday evening at 7 :15
o'clock at 836 Tappan. iMiss Florence Essery, County School Commissioner
of \Vashtt naw County, will speak on the problem of education inl rural
schools.
Phi Delta Kappa Lunicheon:
Weekly luncheon of Phi Delta kappa will be held Tuesday, July 20, at
12 o'clock noon at the Lantern Shop, corner East University and Willard.
Captain Braun, of the Educational Department, U. S. Army, will speak. All
chapter members are urged to attend.
Herold C. Hunt, President.

Premier Briand, In Power For
Tenth Time, Answers Reporters
Thshtoo As ieBradrcety ime rmiro rnc o h
( enthie hoshmaseingquston o' eprtrsbewen1esio

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Week beginning
July 19

GARRICK

Week beginning
July 19

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A picture you eannot afford to uiss A. dmt ictiprducti n xxith
D olores at her best.
Also ALERTA VAU IIN in a Fighting Heart comedy.'
Shows8 at 2 :00, 3-7 :39:00.
Tue ld med icinte wagon has gone ford er. T e Indian, thle Hula
dancer, the coon banjo plater arc no more. But thy live again in
this~ greatest of all dramnas that F rank Ilioya has ever prouiced;
wtitli ;a story of love and faith that reminds you of the finest pic-
you havt, never Shellen in ;li hlf so wonerful before.
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BETTY COMPSONWIT JAMES KIRKWOOD
MARY ASTORt
Keith stage feature Y' Special Comedy
WATT-) &HAWDEY ATVan ADRACER "
l in VantibherCoedy
S LAUKHIS CO)AI) WITH hx
MF\I hL(IIES ~ Richard lardilg 1)ais

LONDON. Prime Mxinister B~aldwin
thinks that the defeated side is never,
representedl prop~erly in history; lie
wants the story of the American revo-
lution writ ten from the English view-
point.
During the cent ennial celebration at
La Paz, Bolivia, the Argentine govern-
nment seant a 22 car special train car-
rying exhibits of industrial products.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-- Adv.

B3AHIA, B3razil. --'-ernardo Duggan
and his two companions, flying from
New Fork to Buenos Aires, left Con-!
tinguiba at 6:: 30 this morning. They'
passedl over Bahia shortly after 8
o'clock.
Thke telephone systems in the large}
cities of southerni Italy and Sicily are
being modernized at a cost of $25,-s
00 t, 00.
Patronize IDly A dverilsers.- Ad v.

The GARRICIK COMPANY presents a Thrilling Mystery Melodrama
"iShooting Sha-odows"
(i rst tine in D)etroit.)
Originally produced at the Ritz theatre, New York City.
Belongs to that strange category of plays best exemplified by -The Biat,"
"Whisperintg Wires,"' "The louster)' '"The Cat.
and the Caniary'' etc.
,NIMFMER PRICEiS:; Nights, 2,;c to $1.50. Wednesday and Saturday
Matinees, 2;Sc, 5oc, 75c.
Read The lDaidv"Classified" Colunmns

RAE-
- Sunday and Monday
- BOB CUSTER in
The Bloodhoun~d" y
Tuesdayj
- ANNA Q. NILSSON in -
The Talkers "
Wednesday
- REGINALD DENNY in
' Oh! Doctor'-
Riua4 the beauty of A the Scarlet Tager1

BOOK

BARGAINS

MID-SUMMER SALE of TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKS

Our Bargain Counter Awaits You.

Additions Daily

WA H ' UNIVERSITY
WAHR'S OOKSTORE

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Duofl J. $5 Lady Duofold $5

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Its
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Its
tortable

2:00, 3:35 --STARTING TODAY- 7:25, 9:001
C'mon Rain!. ConRint

What's Going to Happen Saturday Night ?=
The question that has furrowed the brows of a nation-
An All-Night Dance at the
Sylvan Garden Dance Palace -
S an d lt r a ki g teeni e i lt
Two Orchestras, alentnfh etr ih
JEAN GOLD)KETTE'S "LED" NICHOLS-
AND HIS_
"BREEZEMIAMI SEVEN
1 cBLOWERS" Direct from Florida
Dancing From Sundown till Sunrise - - - PARK PLAN

Thrills! Spills! Roma]
Here' the story published in the
RESD BOOK MAGAZINE
under the title ''1-eavenbent''
A Horse Race Story
Given a vvondrous screen produc-
tion with
ERNEST TORRENCE-
W.M. COLLIER, Jr.
GEORGIA HALE ;.,I
and a paramount --
wondereast

ey!

Clarence Badger
Production

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DIVERT ISSEMIEN lS
Charley Chase in
"DOG SHY"
TrOPICS-Mich. Locals, News,
Arcade Review

NEXT
"SATAN IN SABLES"
w'il) LO WELL SHERMAN
HIE'S COMING
Raymond Griffith
In "WET PAINT"

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