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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

'I'UESI. A Y , JULY 27, 1926

V~YiTR TuESDAY', JULY 27, 192G

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DAIYOF2IL U L LETI N
Pu blica tion in the I ul let iii is construct ive notice to all mnembers of
the University. cop;y recei-ved at the ollice ot the Summer 'Session
until 3:30 1). ni. (11:30 a, m. Saturday).
'VolumeVI l'1: S JULY 27, 1920aa~r 1

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"LEGEND" S TIR S

FJEIDJERIcKTI VN' j' 1 down Lentz street to Patrick street, westward, going out West Patrick
_______and hence out of town-past Barbara's sre.ps h rthehue

:Hen' Educion~ al (lubi:
There will b( a i e g ogf Ithe I Iu's Educational Club at, 7 o'cl ock this
evening inithe Ali chi ga i11i lo. I la t Haid 1Kraus will speak and
there xwili be L. Y. ID. ji iitt ioni.'Cthe tComittee.
Unhiers iti MenHandi XV o univ
The Social 1 Ja neiliglas wvil ritet Itonight at + o'clock. Admission
twenty-rive (cuts. Ethl 1McCormiick.
Womenin's Itl olat1 ('1 i
Oil Thu r;da v, c i a 'c h clithe W~omen's Educational
Club will hold a iob t dej iyir t he W\onmen's Leag;3ue Buillding Fund,
at the homr tMi'tof i itlaa l 2 amppi'ra bies rmay be reserved by
callinlg Ellhe] Srvis, 7isEthiel Servis.
Pihi Delta a pa lini'heon :i
Tho co me l tt x f] o ii tll lir ries Hc"oft' PtiiDelta Kappa:
luncheonis will 1, IliTu'aIax. d 7a 2 'lc oon, at the Lantern:
Shop, corners at ' ii WitIa ' Tre I ldlnmemuberis x'ill speak
alu, important iavn , llh nidoi'ed. All chapter fmembers
are urged to alt pit], d Hiud IC. linti, Proeigient.
t tenittli hlti ? l] rr°_
All ?",)I W~haxi'''.~ vilh:fr _initstudents for the first
semstci I'I'_"~'rea'c - Iheii'roan,>at olce %With the Uffice
of the leanki Snen"r'l ci
F.I. H.Xal, A ssistant D)ean.
Attentlion Faculty:
Anv fafen1111v . er w a Ita ahour;' o sublet for the college ye ar 1J926
192'; wxill pleaa al~?' ' t" i t''etO amof'Studenitsh(61.'5) and list, as~

FREDER ICK, Md., July 26 (A..)- *aekon's Pairt Uncertainif~iCi stue u emnl oi
t Even though controversy may rage History does not confirm that Jack- dsac eidtemi oyo i IMFa-Ahriaesetu
troops. Jackson also appears to have; out of the Caribbean Sea today, side-
over John Gxreenleaf Whittier 's poetic ;son led his troops through Frederick.a been in Frederick four days preceding swipping the lower Florida east coast
account of her deeds, B~arbara, Fritch- He did, however, pay a visit to theI the flag incident, with' a heavy wind traveling at be-
ie's personality left an imprint on this Presbyterian manse on West Second On the morning of September 10 the' tween 40 and 50) miles an hour. No
historic town as no other ever did. street. He and his party then went Confederates broke camp, and moved( damage has been reported.
From the idealism of the massively _______________________________
simple granite monument, which
etery. to the plate bolted to the rail ofMI
the West Patrick street bridge overAL
t h e t o w n c r e e k , h e r n a m e dle s c e n dls t r i -OO m h n - n o t e e e y a a k , o r
.lintfe.teevrda also MID-SUMMER SALE of TEXT and REFERENCEBOK
1 ann Sites Bear dame I

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It is einplazoned on Ta gasoline fill-}
ing station. A chocolate shop also
bears it. So does a soft drink and a
sausage stand.
Yet douibt of her authenticity, xvhich
has split Frederickstown into two well
d tefined c'amps, 111)0n occasion has
Imade itself felt.
Several years'ago, xwith the con-
struction, o' a new comunity hotel,
suggest ion th at it carry her name was
met xwith unveiled hostility. H~er
leen as branded a fraud. In comn-
pii'lise, tihe iranks of the illustrious
of' a later' generation xxworc scanned, l.
an Fd rancis Scott Key filled the,
breach.
Sonmc historians generally have been
1 IDrone to considler the Barbara. Fritchie
tale as chiefly a figment of WVhittier' s
imnagination, albeit most deftly con-
t rix'ed.
RAE
WHEti'RE x0'F~,A iM
- NORMAN KERRY in
"THE AQUITTAL "
HAM HAMILTON in
j . ..THE MOVIES "'
# THURSDAY
When the Door Opened"

Our Bargain Counter Awaits You.

Additions Daily

W H BNIVERSITY
WAHR'S OOKSTORE

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THE GARRICK COMPANY
Thrilling Mystery Melodrama
'Shooting Shadows"
SI First Time in IDetroit I

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Sooni as i)0> iblel

F'. 13 . W'alir, Assitant Deanu.

RAT IHRAION N
pleted at the plant cI 1 e 't't'IP
pa ny near her e,. li ax pro v ''I tat oil e r n r c ,f o
nearly txxicc as iH(u itt( i~ci
tent anol possible re~'oxc''x' ,_" Anon
canl shale".
The tests hax'e called ai atih,
th e f'act th au t' tIe- , i st<liiseryiofth e
being extraced-' ln . I t cs
that enablsitt ci1Jc cme
cdally xwithioil ft: xx llis
Th e N- T-L' planti i a I'oSo
coil bearing rock hih( '(' 1iite 1
easterni mnagr ii' (coc t(,-
scribos as virialx ainiteo i; inen c
With light oxe'bi'ecu iac'-i as to
permit mno' yMiaitsio'I
Despif ttte1haIt t ei elee hw-
ers rc'ctttly hilPort c. h douh
thr'e atenehd.

W hiI( I iI w 'nit mo tt,:} s and (reat
H)Jl'i I sen s or e Il oi' itor-cycles to
coher coun;tie~s last year.E xports of
I tliin h,'oi' oIpa ii int on-cycle mlanit-
MICHIGAN PINS
' OUNTAINPFENS
ALARM CLOCKS
F STATE STREET
JEWELERS
I Wet Wnd Lending Library
'wAYNARD ST REET
>l;I'l TEST BOOKS for RENT
1'' a : ; c"cent taller -- F. Cane'RoRogers

It Is
Serb ice To
That Counts
Tuttle's
Lunch Room
338 Maynard St.

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TODJAY AND) WEDNESDAY
2:0J-3:3,5 7:25-9:00
With
HELEN COSTELLO
BRYANT WAS H'BURN in

Tci pt]erature
Alxx'ax's Cool
andlConIlfortable
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''Wet Paint"' usually spells trouble_
for someone, But this time it's
LAUGHS for everybody ! 1

And (:reat Added Bill

DANCE TO
Phil Diamond
and His
E ight of Diamonds
St tielt, [li ,ersit 3", En oile Pal iii
Everv Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday Nights
WHITMORE LAKE

'Thiursday- " Till-, RUNAWAY"
With Clara Bowy

Sunday-ILon Chaney-" THE
ROAD) TO 1MANDALAV"

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c~. 17 Arcade
}, .'"". ie n 'tatloI C x Staret

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Co (amaiount
(jicture
11$ THlE ODAR f*.
KETHFEATURIE, 7JHE comedy genius of stage
KEIT_. and screen in his first star-
GROH & ring motion picture.
ADONIS A special de luxe laugh film.
"Th PanoHnd" 'Something new! Something dif-
~.ferent!
The Famous Follies Comedian in a picture mnade by the watlhkxxlho
inade ' BFHINI) THE FRONT.''

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COOLW._ TCEZ_
"WHISPERIN4GSMITH-" with H. B. Warner

DANCE

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Lantern

ISLAND LAKE
ighit ly except Monday
Sunday Matinee, 3-6
Jean Goldkette's Vagabonds

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With a strong supporting cast including LILLIAN RICH, JOHN
BOWERS~ ,lLLIAN TASHM1AN
Added Attractions ies Schedule : '
Matn-e200-3:30
Fighting Heart " Cosaed - prices-sac, 23c, 35c.
Fox News Nights-----------7:30-9:00
Concert Organist .- prices-roc, 35c, 30c.
Comning Thursday-Madge 1iellani) in" THUNDER MNOUINTAIN "

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