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PACE Vo~uf

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATUIRDAY, J'ULY 24, 1026

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to allnimcso
the University. Copy received at the office of thy: Sup nut-, Isio
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday).
Volume TI SATV1IDAY, JUILY 24, 1926 \ 111 iihr 210j
Women's Educational Club:
The Women's Educati ;ual Club will meet Monday evening at 7:1-- at
836 Tappan. A musical program will be given by Miss Clara Starr. t iwtr-
visor of Music in Detroit Schools.
Rthetoric 1 and 2:
Students in my classes will please have files complete and ready foir
checking on Saturday morning. A. IL .1Morris.
Phi Delta Kappa iLuncheon:
The concluding luncheon of the summer series of Phi De1 ltKappa
luncheons will be held Tuesday, ;July 27, at 12 o'clock noon, at thie La nt ern
Shop, corner East University and Willard, Three field mzembers will peak
and important fraternity matters~ will be considered. All chaprter lijeitner~
are urged to attend. elirold C. Hunt, Presideiil.

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TICONOEROGA CEEOF
KISTORIC RESTORATIONr
TICONDEROGA, N. Y., July 30.
Upper New York state is to have its
"American Wiing," where, as' in this
famous niew branch of the Metropoli-
tan Museuim, the ghosts of young Ant-
erica wvill walk in surroundings famil-.
iar to them_ a century and a half :ago.
A shadowy John Hancock returning
would find at t he junction of four
roads in Ticonderoga, once the bat-
tle-ground of fire nations, the repro-
duction of the beau1tifuil homes his un-
cle built on Boston common in 1737,
hi o eutlhsd ahi 73A ghostly Washington, entering the
imposing Chippendale living room,
would recognize the exact replica. of
the sofa hie used as president and the
duplication of i,,Martha's arrange-.
Tnent~ of the yellowk-(damask curtains
anid the red and green brocal ellu .chair
Coverings.
Sir Jeffrey A mherst, Montcali, and
Sir Guyv Ca~leton floating through the-
fne Pa l lad in window of the hall,
would find themselves mirrored in the
old portraits onl the wall.
Ticonde roga becomes, by the $250,-.
000 gift of Horace A, Moses, wealthy
imanufacturer and public benefactor,
the site of the permanent hiome of
the New York State historical associ-
ation. and the future research center
of the state for early American his-
tory.
The famous John Hlancock house,
built of enduring stone w «as chosen for
reproduction, because of its permnan-
ence. The original, torn down, in
1563, has been lpre erved in a set of
drawvings by the_ contemporary 'arch-

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