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PGE FOURI THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1926

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
F-uiblicat ton in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Sumnier Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday).
Volume T1 TiTESDAY, JULYT 2{), 1926 Number 206

TYPEWRITING;
PROMPTLY AND NIKA'TI.yYDONE
0. D. Morrill 17icrad
I' e Typew riter and Stationery Store

BOOK

BARGAINS

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Visitors' eights at the Observatory:
t'ick(ets for Visitors' -Nights at the Observatory, July 20, and 21, may
be obtained at the Office of the Sunmer Session from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
4 p. m. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer Session who
will present their Treasure'r's receipts when applying for them. The supply
is very limited. T. E. Rankin.
:Men's Edueational Club :
There will be a picnic at 0 :15 at Ferry Field and a championship base-
bail game between the principals and superintendents.
Corn iittee.
Ed'neafion B120s :
21( ting for inexperiencd teache'rs in connection with Class in Educa-
tion 1.120.. will be held iri Tappan Hall, Room 109 at 7 a. M. Thursday.
Wendall S. Brooks.
Phi Delta liappat Luncheon:
Weekly luneheon of Phi Delta Kappa will bt~ held Tuesday, July 20, at
12 o'clock noon at the, Lan1tern Shop, corner basti University and Willard.
Captain Bramri, of tt.I;I Edational Department, V. S. Army, will speak. All
chapter meiders are ug +do attend,
Hierold C. Hunt, Presidenit.

A Trial w'ill
Prove the Merit of
Our Specialy
Prepared Lunches.
Tuttle's

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MID-SUMMER SALE of TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKS

Our Bargain Counter Awaits You.

Additions Daily

W ' UNIVERSITY
WAHR'S OOKSTORE

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Lunch Room
338 Maynard St.

wISCIONSIN WILL FIGHT
EAMINATION CHEATERS

osolply Uof "getting by.' lack of in-
!terest, the student havinzg conme to
Madison for non-aca demnic reason..
Unfitness for- unive'rsity work- this
may be due to either lack of ability or
lack of training."

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! 4 14 laud Dolores Costello as the niost
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AI57 AFighting' Heart ComedyMnky m
Lr -COMING THURSDAY t tTL
Barbara La Marr in The WhJiteMnky

(Cont inued front P:-_- 'IThree)
versitx' work, in and oilt of class, is FLI NT.- stockllders of the Flint,
much miore wide-s;pr,-ad ani~d flagrant, Motor Co. have ratified sale of the,
11,h1an 1ay imemaber of your committee 'company's plant here to General Mot-
had iiiiia and than miost ineni- ors. Corporation for app~roximat ely
bers of tiite faculty would be inclined $4,000,000.
to believe,"' -aid the comm7it tee. -
lDishonest work is not limnited to JBELGRADE, Jugoslavia-Nine per-
large classes . I t 7xstsi small uos re reported to hav e been killed
classes atnd is engaged in by upper and several injured in floods of the,
grade stdents.L It pervails under the rivers Danube, Save, Tisza, and Drave,
proctor systeml and under the honor ___________
5 VS ell ~A New Hampshire man, who wager-
"One of the most discouraging as- ed he could eat four gold-fish, won a
poets of the situation is the fact that b et of one dollar and suffered a se-
student leaders and others prominent w'ere stomachache,
In student life arec in many cases ____
amiongi those who are gulys of di - !I'atronize Rally Ad~verisers.- Adi',
honesty in their work.j
"Speaking generally, there exists,
no student conscience inl the matter; Classified Aids
no vitAl sense of the 'wrongness or un-
fairness- of dishonesty iii university',LUST
work. Ther majority of fraternity,
risen, forexamrple would not consider .LOST A, 17. 0). jewel,,ed sister pin he-
forinl)'hi anyolle whom they t ween Universit ygolf course.'and
susp ct-d , 4.~r~rn tc~x~i \iich. union. Return to C. J. Lund-
poker, wh1ile they wonodhae boh- (Bj ist.1Dial 5.921) in coln. Re-
J(Ction to t aping inlto their o)rganiza- Ward. '4-'? -2G
tion one known to he dishonest ill aca- FOR SA 14F:
demnic work."
Amongthe 1init t fpresenIt condi-LIPOR SALE Chealp. 4 t ables 42x44
ions cited by the- coini mittee were the inches. 32 chairs. suit able for tezi
following: room. sorority or fraternity dining
"The general p~revalecnce of thle Phil- room. Call 3193.. tf

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DANCE TO
Phil Diamond

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and His
Eight of IDiamonds
At the Unilversity's Favorite Pavilion
Eer, Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday Nights
WHITMORE LAKE

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Nightly except Monday
Sunday Matinee, 3-6
Jean Goldkette.'S Vagabonds

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The old nmedicine \vagon has gon~e forever. The Indian, the hula
dancer, the coon banjo playeF are no more. liut they live again in
this greatest of all drai p ha Fan LloydI has ever produced,
with a story of love and faith that reminds you of the finest pic-
tures you have ever seen an le~lve* you with t he memtory that
you have never seen anything half so wonderful before.
W IT11
BETTY COMPSON JAMES KIRKWOOD
MARY ASTOR

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K<eith stage feature
W#ATTS & HWLHE;
"LAUtJGS LOALIUD Wvr*1
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Special Comedy
'THU MAD RACER "
A VanBibber Comedy
Richard Ijarding Davis

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