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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

THE UMMR MCHIGN DILYFRIDAY, JULY 23, 1926

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer 'Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a,.in. Saturday).
Volume TI FIIII)AY , .JVl'Y 2., 126Number 209~
U'niversity Womten:
The Women's League xill not serve tea Friday afternoon.
Grace IRichiards, Acting Dean of W~omnt.
Excursion to Put-int-Ray:
Via interurban to Detroit andi Steamer to Put-In-Bay.
Leave by interurban (not Michigan Central as previously announced) at
Corner of State and Packard Streets at 6:00 A. MV. and return at about 11:0d
P. M. same day. B~uy your interurban tickets Friday. Total expenlses under
$5. In order to secure proper car sce'vice please leave your names with
Dr. MacCarthy, room G223 N. S. to 11 A. M., 2 to 4 P. M., or with Dr. Hlussey,
room G127 N. S. 10 to 11 a. M., 2 to 4 P. A. before Friday noon. Excursion is
open to the public. G. IL MacCarth~y.
To Heads of Dlepartmnits:
The Printing & Binding Department will close from August 16 to 29.
Make immediate arrangements for work to be completed during this period.
Miss Reading will be in attendance to answer phone calls and receive orders
to be completed onl the resumption of work. WV. C. Ilollands.
There will be a social evening for faculty and students of the Summer
Session in Barbour Gymnasium Friday from 3:30 to 11: 30. informal re.
*ception, dancing, cards. Please present your student's receip~t for admission.
Grace IRichiards, Acting DIean iof Womn i.

Heads American{
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checking on Saturday morning. A. IL D orris. presidenit of tho American Bar associ-
atinsuccee'dinug Chester I. L ong of
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The concluding luncheon of the
summer series of Phi Delta Kappa
luncheons will be held Tuesday, July!
27, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Lantern
Shop, corner East University and Wil-
lard. Three field members will speak
and important fraternity matters will
be considered. All chapter members
are urged to attend.
Hierold (C. Hunt, President.
.Princeton Man
Wins Harper's 1
Prose Contestl

'Today and Tomorrow
The beautiful
Barbara La)Yarr
in John Galsworthy's famous
story of
Th z e White
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Absolutely your last opportunity
to see this famuous star in a picture
which miarked the high water of
her perfection before her recett
lamented death-see this picture if
you never see another this summer.

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