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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNEISDAY, JULY 21, 1926

DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

11tibic~atioil ini the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the tuiversity. Copy received at the office of the Surmmer Session
until 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. in. Saturday}.
V'olunie VI WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1926 umbenl-r20,
GVQLF NOTICE:
All stutdent s tahin goglfl met_ me at University Golf Course at 3 p. rte.
to-dray .l1"ing .111 yolur score cards. Ethel N({'ormfick.

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British Laborite
Speaks Frankly
In The Commons

BOOK

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BARGAIN S

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MID-SUMMER SALE of TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKS

Our Bargain Counter Awaits You.

,additions Daily

' UNIVERST
WAHR'S BOKSTORE

Excursion to Put -in-Bay:
Via interurban to Detroit and Steamer to Put-Ini-Bay.
Leave liy interurban] (not Alichigaii Central as previously announced) at
C"Orner of State an(d Packard Streets at 6i:00 A. Mv. and return at about 11:00j
P. At. same daty. Buly your itetruirbani tickets Friday. Total expenses under
$5 Il ordler to secure propier car se'rvice please leave your names wit h
Dr. MlacCarthy, roomi G223 N. S. to 11 A. 1T. 2 to 4 P. Mi. or with Dr. [Hussey,
room G127 X. S. 10 to 11 A. Mv., 2 to l P. M. before Friday noon. Excursion is
Open] to thepublic. G. R MiwCartlhy.
To Heas (of Deimrtut cuts
The Priin g & Binding TDepartmnent will close from August. 16t to 251.
fla~ke i imii t e arranigemlents for work to be completed during this periodi.
Liss Rleadinig Nwill be in atti dn& to aiiswxer phone calls and receive orders
to be completed on the restuni ition of work. WV. C. Itollands.
Michigan Grand Boulevard
Will Be Unique Traftcway
BAY CITYIJuly 17 -(A.P.)--n- highwxay will follow' the shorecline of
{;!ther link inl theo Michigan Grand Saginaw Blay to flay City. From B~ay
ouilevard---a plannied highway which , 'ity onl north it will hug the Lake
w ill be the world's mpost unique traf- Huron shore to Mackinaw City.
rlc way-is assured through the ac- The Michigan Grand Boulevard
Lon of the Tosco) county road commis- wecoptdwill offer' a drive of '
si n w s i sr ce o i nui t1secure the right-of-way between East:inealy 1500 miles to visitors and resi-
Tawasvan: d t he Al conia coult,, line. 'dents of the state, virtua lly all of
The Miehigan Grand Boulevard will whlich will be in sight of waters of the
start at Toledo and girdle the shore' Great Lakes -Erie, [-luron and lichi-
otf the lower penintsila of Michigan.' gani. The boulevard will traverse
ending at ('b irago. The boulevard areas connected with whichi are someic
hin cornplet ed , wvill he built of solid of the miost co]lorful incidlents inl the
ccifl crete and will be 40 feet in width. jh istory of Alichi gari and the nation.
Tb e east io<-n halIf ol' the proposed ''"The Michigan G rand Boulevartd
bolu I'id isheing sponso redr by the, will be the os unique and tlone of the
East lxi chig;a a''c)Torist a sociali, ,tmost attracive d (rives iin the world,
wxith h hedq ii alers in,'m-hist.', . Pr r whenl Cornile tedA, otlicials of the East
ions of 'he boulevard ha;<ve been Michigan Toulrisit assoiation declare-.
hi liIt anad many so rv ' ' have beel] "ItxwillI be aniiattraction for the tour-
maide. One su ret , 1beween Po rt ist and vaca tionist from (other state-;
Austiin and ('a -Mi, , near the t ip of that will greatly auogment Alich igaiia s
thc "''ixunrili. which will be a federal apipeal in suinertimo. The houle-
rand state tui hxvay departm('rnts, will a .rd viil pay big divi dends on itsin
i built. inl12 et etthrough I liv s( tam 0fgold-
Thlm ot{>i'rd, acco ,rlling To theli cash lwhich these vi;'sitor~ts xvill leave
l ast lxicb1iean Tiris asoritillintheir xxale 101 sI ip ouths of tb t
will follow the shoreolLake U"'Hoievtar. Tile boulevard will h;t iti. too,
fronm Tolodo tlrotlgh NMonroe to l1)e lMichiigan]'s adlvatwnmet asa i mecca
t rot it Ifi. slb i IIiio I) aroil.t i ye r for lovers of wvinter spior't s li('at e of.
a adr Lake( St.(la ir', pass-Ing Mon ilt the easy acecessibilityv it wvill offer to
('blens to ! ort I Ill)l,.,Huron. n Pott 1places xwhich are already directing
I lu:1n, it wxill 1,-ii7 the liI'L-11' troute ftheir energies toward eutt'rtainilug the
of 1i-81. i)tO 1 liot'b-,lea.ch :1A1ad 11i-27 to Ils'er of wviniter-out-d(oe r sport..
Por t Attiu. i. The 1Detcolt t) Port 'Michigan has the country's T,,()-t; a
Autnhighxway is a( hnoxvlt to tiful penIinisula. Thet' bouvrd will
he one or ithe 11o051)bautiful drives┬░-TiIIgive visitors a chance to se'wte ilil-
the counat ry. Fromi IPort Aust in, the sul a at. its edge.''

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AR IC( gilts -25c to $I.50
ARRICK - -Mts.d.-Sat.
25jC, 50C, 75c.
THE GARRICK COMPANY
Thrilling Mystery Melodrama
" Shooting Shadows"
(First 'Time Inii etroitl

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JTack J ones, picturesque laboritet'illr
the British house of commons, has
been jailed several times for his fiery
utterances andl his emphatic language
since the callin tg of the general striike
brings him again into the limelight.
In Norxway the army aidls in plant-
ing trlees. ii liiing swam~ps, a1n11Other
Ex worlb of ro fo restati on. The work is
pilannled btioh as a help to the N'om-e-
gian Fo rest ry associationi, and as a-I
valua ble t rainling for the men.

Cllieiary ge ua14 L
pencii the world
F OR the student or prof., tlit-
superb VENUS out-rivals
all fo~r perfec(t 1)encilwor k.
27 black degrees~-3 t0pyinzr
Ametricain Lead
2,20 Fifth Ave.
Now rt

The ol deicine wvagoni has gone forever.
da~ncer, tile Coon bianjo player are 110 motre.
this~ greatest of all dramas that Frank Llo,
w ith a sto ry of love an d faith th at rem indtu e y o h a e v r s e n nd l v s y u
you have never se~en anything half so wxond
BETTY COMPSON WITH
MARY ASTO'
Keith stage feature
I ~WATTS & HAWIAEV
I'inA
"LAUGHS COATED WI1TH
MEOIES "Ri

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The Indian, the Dula
But they live again in
oyd has ever produced;
< with t he memory that
lerful before.;
.MES KIRKWOOD
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Special Comedy l
THIS MAD RACIM "
AVanllibber Comedy
by1
ichard Harding Davis

What's Going to Happen Saturday Night?
The question that has furrowed the brows of a nation -
AuAll-Night Dance at the
Sylvan Garden DiancePalace w
Sand Lake
Two Orchestras, alternating the entire night _
a=1
JEAN GOLDKETr.EE'S "LED" NICHOLS'
AND HIS
L, MIAMI SEVEN
BLOWERS" Direct from Florida
EDancing From Sundown till Sunrise ---PARK PLAN =

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COOL

W UE RT H

COZY

LAST TIMES TODAY
Dolores Costello in
"Bride of the Storm"
One of the best produc-
tions of the year---a stirring
and exciting melodrama-
featuring the beautiful Do-
lores-assisted by a remark-
able cast including-Tyrone
Power, John Harron, Otto
Mattieson.

SCHEDULE

Matinees
2:00, 3:30
10c, 25c, 35c

N ights
7:30, 9:04
10c. 35c, 50c

}IeV /'0 1''C
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ALSO
Fighting Heart Comedy
Fox News Concert Organist
Coming Tomorrow
Screenland's most beautiful
actress of recent date. In a
story adapted from Gals-
worthy's famous novel.

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