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WAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DlAILY

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THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1926

Train-Auto Crash Kills Two

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Two more names were added to il rapidly gowxing list of 'viatinis of
train-auto collisions when Frank E. foster, 28, and his brother, John 38,
died shortly after the sedan in which they were riding was hit by a South-
ern Pacific passenger train at San Jose, Calif.

Harrold To Go On
Tour Next Season
NEW YORK.---Orville Harrold, pop-
ular American tenor recently with
the Metropolitan Opera company, will
tour this comling season with the Man-
hattan Opera company, of which
Frank T. Kintzing is the managing
director. Harrold will be heard in
"Pagliaci", "Rigoletto", "B~oheme"
andl other operas in which he appear-I
edI successfully with the Metropolitan,
Chicago. London, and other opera
companies.
Mine. Tamaki Miura, the Japanese
soprano, will continue with the Man-
hat tan forces, appearing in "Madame
Butterfly" and in her new opera byl
Aldo Franchetti, "Namiko San", which
was given its world premier last sea-
son by the Chicago Civic opera cm
(!i-pany, Miura and Harrold will figure
as associate guests in the Manhattan
tour, their performances scheduled for
alternate nights, The Pavley-Oukrain-,
-sky ballet, headed by Andreas Pavley,
-will also feature practically all per-3
form ances of the organization.
B3ERLIN, --The administrator of the
Hohenzollern family has notified the
Prussian state of the willingness of
his clients to resume negotiationis con-{
cering the disposition of the property
in the state owned by the former royal
famil}.
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1.1:1PSIC.---The federal supreme
court revoked a ruling of the lower
court whereby a medical practitioner
who acquired his degree or title
abroad should not be allowed to use it
professionally in Germany.

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Publication in the 1Blullet in is ( oni i Uc*t ive 111)1 c to a~ll III ; be 15 o1
the Univ ersity, t( 'opy received dat t t vaothe, out h(S um it v Session
until ,.;;U p. a ll .il :31)a.n. Saturday)

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THURSDAY, JULY S, 1926

Numbler 197

Education Bl20s:
An optional mieeting for inexpeiencii.ed teachers will be held in Room
109 Tappan Hall at 7 o'clock Thursdlay morning, July 8, in connection with
my course in Education 13120s, Method,, of teaching in high school.
Wendell S. Brooks.
N igara Falls Excursion:
The Niagara FallIs excursion party will leave on speciial c irs from the
corner of State and Packard Stre, (a t 3:15 p). nm. lriday, Julny 9. A repre-
sentativye of the IDet roit anid 7(_ veland Na vigation Comipany wvill he in thv
Office of the Su1ninier Session, Rooni s, t'niversity llnThuirsday afternoon
July 8, fromn 2 to 5 to seall ti(eket s for the trip, anid zariran ge state room
parties on the boat. RI. C. Hlussey.
University Women:
Committees of the Women's League are serving tea from 3: 30 to 5:00
daily in Barbour Gymnnasiumn. All wonion of the campus are cordially in-
vited. Gr~iace Richamrds, Acting Dean of Women.

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In the Arctic ocean, off the coast of
Siberia, lie a group of islands, only!
partly explored, that are the world's
best hunting; grounds for the tusks anl
bones of the mammoth.
The mammoth wandered pretty
freely over the northern hemisphere!
about halt a million years ago.
American motor factories are al-
most ,twice as efficient as thec Euro-
pean industries, according to C. 13.
Nixon, British automobile man ufact -
urer, who recently visitedl this coun-
try.
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For St:ationery, Note Books
Blue Books and
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