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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1926

Lu beck

Observes

Anniversary

DAILY OFFICIAL

BU LLET IN

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Publicat ioi}intl WhI hll etili s rolstiru ti ye not ice to :-ll Imlembers of
he tiniversity, C~opy roceived at the ofilierof the >Siulmer Session
until 3:30 h. p. 1i: 30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume TI WED)NESD)AY, JMIY7. 19.16 -Number 196,

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Education BHl11s:
Ali optional mneeting for inexperienced teachers wi]1 be held in Room
109 Tappan Hall at 7 o'clock Thursday morning, July s, in connection with
my course in Edlucation B12tts, lMthods of teaching in high school.
Wendell S. Brooks.
Excursion So. 4:
Ford River Rouge trip, ilui ding cii e ovens, railway repair shops, un-
loading docks. blast furnaces, 1Cordson 'tractor Plant, etc. will occur Wednes-
day, July 7, at 1 o'clock. T1he party will leave in a special auto bus in front
of Angell Hall. (Please note change ill startinig place and time.) Round
trip tickets must b(' pUrchscd inl advance at the Summer Session Office,
Room S ITriversity Hall, price $125. The party is limited to thirty students.
Carltoni Wells, D)ireetor of Excursions.
Women's Educational Club:
The Women's Educational (Club will hold a picnic for summer school
women students Wednes&Lay ai-ternoon, July 7 at the fireplace near the
islanld. Reservations may be ina de at Tappan Hall on Tuesday or Wednesday
of next week. Those who wish to attend may meet at Barbour Gymnasium at
5 o'clock, or join the picnic at the fireplace.
Ethel IWooden, Publicity Chairman.
Niagara Falls Excursion:
The Niagara Falls excursion., party will leave on special cars from the
corner of State a Iid Packard Streel!s, at 3:15 P. m. Friday, July 9. A repre-
sen tati ye of the Detroit and (' -vland( Navigation Comnpany will be in the
Office of the Summ~rer S1"on oom sVUiversity Hall, Thursday afternoon,
Julny s, from 2 to 5 to ,el1 t ickets for the trip, and arrange state room

parties on the boat.

It. C. Hussey.

Bradstreet Says
June Trade Good
Retail trade throughout the United
States expanded considerably d-uring
the past week due to w4arme r,,weAther,
vacation needls andl better cro p re-
ports, according to Bradstreet's report
of July 3. Automobile manufacturing
slowed preparatory to the summer
shut downs.
There were 1,51:1 failu r-s reportedl
in June, a decrease of four per cent
over May but an increase of 9.5 per

cent over June a year ago. Compari-
sou of returns from various parts of
he country show~ fewer failures in Thnarwsetso ulk.C
the south, in the far west, andl in Ne*' tramnp of kniiight s of the middle cages an
York City, thme appeara nce of kings of old ais its
The June stouck market showed celebrat ed. The above photo gives a gl
record sales for Junie. The whole t hrongli the st reet s gaily at ttired in co
market was strong and active. Trhe ; it y.
Rails s-truck a new average. Sterling
exch ange; was the highiest in te'n years' CHARlOTTESVILLE> -. --,he home of
wil( the 1+rench franic struck a new Thomnas Jefferson at M4onticello and
low, the Jefferson family burial ground a
short distance away was the shrine of
I-Iltd I apilgrimage of hundreds Sunday and
R(ctad the l yesterday.

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many, once mnore resoundedl with the
nd took on the pomp that. accompanied
70tt01 anniversary as a free city was
limpse of. the procession that marched
elcbraI ion of thme founding of the free
ROME.-rPope Pius XI has set aside
Aug. 1, the festival of "St. Peter in
Chains," for Catholics throughout the
'world to seek divine aid against the
strictures of the Mexican governmentI
Iwhich affect the Catholic Church.

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TODAY
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* BUSTER KEATON uYn
"SEVEN CHANCES"~
Also- rfli NMAD RUiSH-
Thursday
" The Rose Of Pari."

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LROINS

MID-SUMMAER SALE of TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKS
Our Bargain Counter Awaits You. Additions Daily
A41UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

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The Ilayers
UT t1he I unem t3 (ofU l-iganr
Every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 8:38
",arsai i a wei ll A mellflaill

THURSDAY NIGHT
WV. S. Gilbet'fs Victorian Comedy
"SWEE- THE ARTS"
In the days of crinolines'
and entlernen
BIii'1' VvOMEN'S BIIII)ING.

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SYLVAN

(xARDEN

SAND LAKE
P A R E,%- PA N NIGHTLY EXCEPT MONDAY.
Featuring the Famous Orchestra-
"TH REEBLOWERS"
A JEAN iGOLDKETTE UNIT
Vovelty Nite Every (Friday Matinee Sunday
Good Roads all the way via Saline and Clinton

The Cinenmatic Triumph You
Have Been waiting For
WO®I1t
PRODUCTION
5r L N ORE ..OT I,
BERCO VC 'S
WILL IAM BOYD
VICTORVARCP4i>
JULIA PAYE and
TMEODORt IWSWOFFY f
Of umodlerm Russia,
romniamtic yet miore than
a ronrince, mlda
meoda-mati, yet vastly bigger
/ and finier thani mere
muelodrama - a linumanm
story of the love of a
prnicess and itlpleblaul
boatmanm, filled with
. tragedy, appeal, humor,
reimarkably gripping, oWt -jilmovin g, fascelinating absorbing. lIncom.-
pairabliy the greatest tilm acliiei ciient of the decade.

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Splecia~l leLuxse Added Holiday Program Tioo!

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