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PAGE FOUR WDEDY UY2,12

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1926

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DAILY a OFIIAL BU LLTIN
Flublication inl the Bullet in is constructive notice to all mnembers of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. In. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

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St tide1tl s xpectl 11totug In c'lillet e (Idit'itIgthe Summ~ner Sessionr)the re-
quiremnents for debgrees or for te achers diplomas are requested to call at the
office of the Secr et as y of the School in which they are enrolled and fill out
the necess-ary 1)10 nks prepa ratory to the paymenrt of the diplomia fees to the
Uinivecrsit vTe t'rEdward 11. Kraus.
xSIIumer essit l Si dei s
The finaml exalnivnaions , in he ,.S- chtoohi and Colleges op the eight weeks
basis will le colidu e1 't eod it g to t he schedule printed on page 30 of the
Summer Seso nuneei. 'This schedule will also be printed in the
last weekly bullet in and l jo, - ed ontine various bulletin boards. All classes
will continue to in . t ft unt y111ill Wodii esday noon, August 12.
Ed'ward H. K{raus.
AtteutiottIlousictdde-
Ali o ~'ttdrh naio i Vial for men students for the first
senesii' P2U!7:n~t qiesa t . is hirrooms, at once with the Office
of the lx an t snei,('l i

Cuban Sugar To
Fertilize Links
MIAMI BEACH, July 27 (A.P.)-Mi-
ami Beach soon will boast the "sweet-{
b~st" golf courses in the world with the
use of 100,000 pounds of Cuban raw
sugar for a vast fertilizer experiment.
A surplus in the market allowed the
purchase of sugar at one and one-half
cents a pound, a lower figure than the
Everglades muck soil which the
} course lbuilder had been using as aj
fertilizer.
Subscribe for The Summer Daily.

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Our Bargain Counter Awaits You.

MID-SUMMER SALE of TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKS

Additions Daily

WAHRI UNIVERSITY
WAHR'S OOKSTORE

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AttientiniFIacuty:I
Am, 0(111 y n-
1921 Nvill
soonl as ~5he

mbe a'o I s hoseto subhlet for the college year 1926-
'het!ti' _oF 1 e an of Students i(611 )and list, as
F. 1IL Wahir, Assistantt Dean.

Daily Excursion to
PUT-IN-BAY
8OC One Round Trip $ 1,25 Sundays
0 Wy (Return Some Day) Holidays
Leaves Detroit Daily 9 a. aM. (E. T.)
The finest exclusive excursion steamer, the Put-in-Bay, noted for
its large ballroom, makes this trip a memorable one. Orchestra and
dancing aboard, without extra charge. Cafeteria aboard.,
Four hours crammed with outdoor pleasures at Put-inBay-bathing-dancing-
groves for lunching and athletic fields. See the wonderful Caves, and Perry's
historic monument.
Connections at Put-in-Bay with steamers for Cleveland. Toledo and Lakeside.
Dally to Sand usky
The Put-in-Bay goes to Sandusky every day. Fare-$1.50 one way.
Special Friday, Excursions to Cedar Point
(after July 4th)
A special excursion is made every Friday to Cedar Point-the fresh water rival
to Atlantic City-the finest bathing beach in the world-large Summer hotels.
groves, and all outdoor amusements. Four hours at Cedar Point and seken
hours at Put-in-Bayl Leaving CedarPon at 5 p.T. and Put-in-Baty at 7 p. in.;
arrive back in Detroit 10:30 p. m. Fare-Cedar Point. $1.75 round trip; Put-in-
Bay. 80 cents.
Dancng MonlihtsWrit, for Map Folder
Leaves Detroit 8:45 p: m. Ashley & Dustin
Fare, Wed., 'Thurs. 60c. Sat., Se m rLn
Sun. and Holidays, 75c. Se m rLn
p) Foot of First Street
ii.?.Detroit. Mich.

A M U S E M ENi~tt~tlttltitliiittttitlttlltit tSltttilttttttiltitl
r r,~
COVE T COZY
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LAST TIMES TODAY LAST TIMESj

%Vith a powerful cast including
H. B. WARNER
LILLIAN RICH
JOHN JBOWERS
LILLIAN TASHMAN

Oinl Tni 'aoL v~ ii sJol at ' o'clock the Womnen's EducationalI
Club will I told a he!e,'1hrid j' t, to IheWomen's League Building Fund,
at the home 'of Ai' . 'le AC1, 'nt;"21 Tppan. Tables amay be reserved by
calling Ethel >fervti ,s, 785. EthM Servis.
1111 Delta Kappa I n10tit ion and 1,1 n4117t:
Informxal iito iat nOf slow 1 ,.fl st's;ill be held Thursday evening, July
29. at 7 11. M., Ta p-; iflail.lFornia 1 jolt iation Nill be Aheld at tI ire Uniion
Frielay a ftorenoon. J n t 1' 11t.~fllowe by a banquet at #a P. M. Dar. I
GeorgerS.Counlts,1rt . 4Scn vH ationr, of Yale University, twill
spek, otileii in o al cus ae tttit b maeor banquet treservations.
A (ouliel ({ap~'r tenher.ln istiid.Herold C. Ifunt, President.
Forest Preserves. Of Chicago
Being Used For Golf Course'

A dramatic story of early railroad days, portraying vividly
and clearly the tremendous problems and dangers which con-
fronted the railroads in the west. 'Those who have seen 11. B.
Warner in w ,LNC 'xill be glad to see hire again.
Those who have not yet seen him will have the oppotunity to
set a great actor-
REALISTIC-INCOMPARABLE.

TOMORROW
MADGE BELLAMY
In a story of love and lial
in the mountaius.

SEE A SLIP OF A GIRL CONQUIER
A MOUNTAIN OF MADNE~SS
RILLIM~tf[O)p.-ent
MOUNTAIN
fron JOHN GOLDEN'S
hOWDY FOLKS"

Shows at

2:00-3:30

7:30-9:00

CHIICAGO, ink in: A.") GoIfif
A'ousesa rn ri (Chi es n mroenopfast-
, r t ;abut there a;re o ? m d Ih
niaking , with w r, ntels w
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and 1 nle ofiethem aeeoutit ,cdated i721
Ilayers onnn' SuinzlaY itt .nt. 'Plie
Public fe eans - t'l, the~'('tv
The (:oU mt vbar' i o'tnidn
them it (-o t f mie f1e, ,s "' tO 1 1 0 ' Ili
ers pam very ite.\niit' s'
have repaid,11t1},bilders or;Wet' ,.
penditut 's', dieForst etiL '-ill1'1151
ed over to th e ('ojinty to1,a ttl.

(I of enthusiasts boast that Chicago
has five per'cent of all the links in the
coul n rv, and ten pjercent of the play-
I'rs, largely becautse of the great num-
let -r 'l to thle public at nominal,
"'(ould have thirty-five more l
loiti ic tee courses around the city and1
still have congestion on all of them",
s'riid Prof. Leon (. Kranz of North-
west m University, whxo developed
last yeatrs lig Ten Champion golf
t;r lent

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CHUBB HOUSE

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Has served students satisfactorily since 1899
under the same management.
All welcome.

Last Times Today
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5c,50c, 75c.
THE GARRICK COMPANY
Thtrilling Mystery Al elodraina
##Shooting Shadows " I-
First 'vlie iin lctroit1

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NIGHTLY EXCEPT MONDAY
Featuring the Famous Orchestra.--
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Novelty Nite Every Friday Matinee Sunday
Good roads all the way via Saline and Clinton

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INJ UN"
L O C A L S f r/N1 - w S' t
altd TB N d lent C ast
Thursday Coming-Sunday--Commin
Wmn. DeMille presents LON CHANEY in
"THE RUNAWAY" "'THIE ROAD TO
With Clara Bow M A ND A LA Y

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