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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, J'UNE 27, 1926

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BULLETIN

l r0izcti h ot ice ItoI all nemnbers of
Iii v l Iw Wli oof ittSummier Sessioni

J .N 1'; '37y 1922;

Numtber l 9 I

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tA _,(. slat The'oryVof ?Matter by Dr. THerz-
\1,da 3 to 5; Wednesday, 4 to 5;
an )"ou)', June 2S in Room 1041, New

REGENTS 11IL' BILL TO
CONDEMNDESIREDOLAND
Condenmnation proceedings have
been begun by the Board of Regents
against the owners of several p~ieces
of property dlesired1 by the University
for. the development of the physical
edlucation program1.
The Regents have filed a bill against:
I these property owners setting forth a
I resolution of the Board in which it
was declared necessary to buy the
land "for a site tor buildings, struc-
ures and grounds for thie development
of physical edlucationl which. .. ..
is an integral part of a broad program
of educlation."'
The Board of Regents have applied
in the bill for a connmission of three
or a jury of 12 freeholders to det er-
mine the value of the property de -
sifred.

Believes Islands'
Were Once Wastes
i I&)oi. U LU, .:luone 2t.- lii hi s s( leac
of the P a cific I slanids for rE>(o talito
the pasti. II ((Hebert E. (ha n,Oi'V.r di -
rec(t or of Bishop Polynesium \lusu'n
has made idiscoeries xvihich Ilead himi
to believe tha t f hest land(Is;\wore V ir-

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t uallv Itreeless and(1plantless in com-nI
1)8so V5t o thle luxu riant growthliof>>
t oday.
"Th e first1 visitors toii Haw\aiian is-
Ien ds' )r. G regorv linds, "found al-t
mjost. iothingizto eat. lTey laced hard-;
Whims suchl as C'oluimbius, Vcspu ci us and:
le liking never had to neet--ard-
Asl 1 iniIac(k of foo(d and in the lab-
riou oinIIed"hd by which t hey were

forced to travel across unknown seas.
They travelled thousands of miles in
outrigger canoes, carrying with them
such fruits as the banana, grapefruit,
tie cocoanut and the vegetables that
are found here now. They and the
succeedling pioneers brought with
hens the fruits and vegetables that
now gr ow in profusion in the South
Seas and H aw\aiia."

SUMMER SCHOL

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James K. Pollock., Jr.

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home of Miss Cleo
Sally Lucas Jean,
York City, and now
Cleo )Lurtlaud.

and 'yTU- DENTS' SUPPLIES
UNIVRSITY
BOOKSTORE

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a is ni sesaion has been arranged
IclScience auditorium. Slides
x _ !' i he e t 'etar3 , Alumtune Conel.
tin I ate cxi Shop, corner of South
P ,(li : ll et-together meeting of all
'1 I Rgistration of members of
r vusted at Boom 106, Tappan
ltw-wll I Thomtas., V ice-Presilent.

BOBBING
A SPECIALTY
HARRY HARP3ER
For appoitrnenfts call IG~tlt
BLUE BIRD
HAIR SHOP
Nickels Arcadej

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z v 'it, I 1 trit, will be visited Wednesday
. lr~tIc.n aiidStMate Aretsation at 1:15
1' Al, iVltur n may b,, by interurban or
a r; -'n Dei.,irect or of Excursions.
!d t 3, Room '102 S. W. Monday
I , d; i ii_7xwith C ontenmporary French
I%*. A. MecLaughlln.
I .sr nillbe held in Barbour Gymnasium
1_ n l.Sip le:sons for $1.00 Classes
Ethel McCormick.

NOW
PLAYING

Night..2eo lO
GARRICKl1ed. a nil Sat. M :d"

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STARTING
TODAY

The GARRICK COMPANY
w~ithX ON i111)1 NI., and lROLLA)PETERSi
In an tUltra I .o4(jeI'utPlayi
"THE ESKIMO"
A 4 outed3 -bra ita of tae Val.y Noth
and Jiazz New York
By (-Ni:'ii 1 IIKEY andI SAXM Ht)I 'I:i'i I
'Iiroizglt rru itgeatleatA ' iitla It .1. IW4ODS

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New Love is Sweetest
But old Love ?? ?

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Stie . usXXork
i) i f any sort, what
ct ut'i r ;eshower-and
s } , N F Iif~l in Alkohol !

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STARTING 'TOD)Aj)Y
She Opbened Their Eyes!
WHAT DID f THEY SEE T
V01' -NEVERI WOI'LD (UESS

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4 eJi nd soothed,

a, ih~ whle body is re-
(dlr~ Mh'i Alholhas dozens of
u ;o~en im eard ' ore shaving;
~. a( rnSV~b( i -ili FT~ERshaving.
. rlt(-pihng feet; great
Ii I 'bs~nt antiseptic and
'< 4Va dntred by a formula
I~~~~ : t"pvstfor external use.
_.i<lmny ether athletic
NYhrI Alkohol regu-
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Fairfatx
Production

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"THE VOLGA BOATMAN"

F"eaturiut

Lewis
Stone

g irbt
ncitionGt
Pictwlreh
S Schedule
Sunday
F 3:45
Based on
E. M~. Hull's
Novel
"THE DESERT
HILER"

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!it the tinest, istest ition urle lie ever had.
ll("l1t sj eep you oft your feet. With Barbara
Bedford, 'Tully'M arshatll atnd Katiherinie MNlo
aid in support!

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BnILY FARRELL & P0 "llRANASIS INAAB' :EIA"
In -CRTOO N it -
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