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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1926

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DAILY OFFICIAL
Publication in the Bulletin 'is coilstruct.i
the University. Copy received at the ofl
until 3:30 p. im. (11:30 a. m.L Saturday).
Volume VI THIURSD)AY, JULY]

,BULLETIN
ivt notice to all members of
flice, of the Summner Session

1;), 19--m

Number 203

Put-iu-Bay Excursion :
The excursion to Put-in-Bay will be held July 24. Those wishing in-
formation may see Dr. MacCarthy, room G 223, Natural Science Building,
mornings, 10-1l, or Dr. H-ussy, room G 127, Natural Science Building, after-
noons, 2-4. Total expenses of excursion $5.
G. IL MacCarthiy.
Phi Delta Riappa Bus~iness iMeeting:
There will be an important business meeting of Phi Delta Kappa, to-
day, July 15 at 4 P. M. Room 109 Tappan Hall. Elections of members for
summer initiation will be made, A full attendance of the chapter is
urged. Hlerold C. Bunt, President
Physics:
Dr. St. Johns' lectures on Relativity and Cosmic Physics will be given at
11 o'clock on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday in Room 1041, New Physics
Building. The first lecture will be on Thursday, July 15.
Witonen's League Benetit Party:
There will be a Monte Ca rlo Bridge Party at Betsy Barbour House from
2:30 to 5 o'clock on Saturday, July 17 for the benefit of the Women's League
Building Fund. Admission fee of fifty cents will be charged. Prizes have
been offered by Wahr's, Graham's and Slater's 1)00k stores and Foster's Art
Store. Anyone wishing to have a p~rivate party may do so by notifying Miss
Carrie Webster, of Betsy Barbour House. Carrie Webster.
Excursion 'No. 5:
Michigan State Prison, Jackson. includling cell block, (ining rooms, in-
dustrial departments, and guard room, will be visited the morning of Sat-
urday, July 17. (Note change in (late from previous announcement.)
After luncheon in Jackson as guests of the Consumers Power Company,
the elc tric power and gas plants of the Company will be inspected under
expert guidance.
Party meets at S :35 a. in. Saturday, July 17, at Interurban Station, 116
West Huron Street. Please leave name in Sumnmer Session Office, Room 8
University Hall, by Friday 6 p. in. to insure adequate pcl car service.
Total expense $1.84.
Afternoon tour is optional. Students, may retAurn afte(r Prison tour or
immediately after luncheon. Car service bac:k to, Ann Arbor hourly.
Carlion Welrector of' Exciursion~s.
V'ishlors' Nigh~ts at the Observatory:
Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the 01bse-rvatory, .Jnlv 19,.-20. and 21 may
be obtained at the Office of th( Summer Sessionr from 10 to 12 a. in. and 2 tu
4 1). m. These tickets arin ltended for stud-nt, of the Sumnmer Session who
will present their Threasuirer's receipts when :applyilug for t hem. The supply
is very limited. T. E. IRanki.

DICTATORSHIP MAY BE
GRANTEDKING ALBERT
(By Associated Press)
BRUSSELS, July 14.--Belgium, stag-
gered by the recent precipitate fall ofj
the Belgian franc, is verging on the
appointment of King Albert as the vir-
tual dictator within his kingdom in
th( government's efforts to save the
exchange from further collapse.
T'he Belgian cabinet introduceda
bill in the Chamber of Deputies grant-I
iug King Albert unlimited powers to
issue decree s for dIrastic defence of
the franc.
Nights - 25c to $I.5o
G ARR I( K Mats. \Wed.-Sait.
25c, Sc 50 c .
SECOND AND) FINAI, WFK
THE GARRICK COMPANY
P'RESENT S
The Riot of Fun and Laughter
"The Family Upstairs"
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Today and Friday
MayRoberts Rinehart's
M 'aK-The Unkown
j -- Cameo Comedy --
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MID-SUMMER SALE of TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKS

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Our Bargain Counter Awaits You.

Additions Daily

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The ]Players
of the I. if eI.ity of Michigan

Every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 8:30
Sara); Caswvell Angell Hall

Tonight and Saturday
A. A. Milne's Gay Comedy
"BELINDA
Smart and English!
Don't be disappointed; Reserve your seats in advance

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z FASHIONABLE FROCKS
At Prices Women are Glad to Pay $10.75. $12.50,.
$15.25, $19.50,$21.50
Every illid-seasoin frock joins in the celebration of this event! Your choice of
cool, color~ful and Smartly comfortable summer frocks -height-of-tthe-seasonu models--
gat. Gala Day prices that mean extraordinary savings.
Frocks for aell summnller needs, for the beach or the mountains, for country club
or' townl. Frocks of sheer Georgette, p~rinted chiffon, crepe (de Chine, Iprintedl tub silks.
Skillfully maadc, carefully finished, they feature all the smartest details of styling.
Jlaunty youtiful modes, all of them, in one and two-piece mnodels.
Unusually low priced are the frocks selling at $10.75 and $12.50. Values up to
$24.50 andi included at $1 5.75. Dresses formerly selling inuch higher are reduced to
111.50. D resses utp to $:4.75 ar~e featu retd at $21 .50

Full Fashioned Vfan
Raalte Chiffon Hose
$1.29
The last w ord in hosiery smartness l3
found in these Chiffon hose which are
selling at a special value at $1.29. One
hundred dozen of these fine quality, full-
fashioned hose in all the smartest late
shades to choose from. These hose are
the regular quality that you have long
known and depended upon for style, set'-
vice and mvoderate prices.
(plain Floor)
Gala Day Bargains
in Drug Department
6cCombs .... ................2Sc
Dr. West's Tooth Brushes ........... 39e
bisterine, large size ............89C
Dir. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. .49c and 89C
Rubbing Alcohol..... ...........7 e pt.
Peter Pan Powder ................ $1.10
25c Talcums...............21C
$1.00 Talcums and Bath Powders.... .89C
Bath Sprays--A hot weather comfort..98C
(Mlain Floor)
Charming Novelties
in Smart Jewelry
One-Third Less
F"id the very piece of jewelry tha~t
you have been looking for. Bizarre and
unusual pieces in pins, festoons, rings
andl beads for 59c,
Now is the time to select charming
gifts in jewelry for your most particular
friends. Dainty and different bits of
jewelry. Brooches, bracelets, ear-rings,
festoons and beaded bags are selling at
ONE-THW.1D LESS.
(Main Floor)
Light Footwear
in Many Styles
20 o less
Now is the opportune time to secure
the footwear the fashion favors for this
season! All blonde, ivory, parchment
andi sauterne pumps, in applique and
inlay patterns, in strap and pump styles,
with high and low heels, are included in
this Bargain Day sale at 200% less than
regular prices.
(Main Floor)
Exquisite Silk
Chemise in Colors
$3.95
Silk lingerie is no longer a luxury but
a necessity when you can secure such
lovely pieces so moderately priced. Crepe
de Chine and Georgette teddies in dain-
tiest colors are $3.95. There are six dif-,
ferent styles in tailored and lace trimmed
models. Flesh, white, Nile, peach and
p~rinted Georgette. Sizes 34 to 42.
(Second Floor)

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Mild-Summer Millinery
at $2.29
Oay= in nm )kianad color are these hats fur su n-
21eir play houris, for inuformal occasions and( for
taijloredl weal. New straws, grosgrain ribbon hats,
al11 wihims ical aind youthful. Vecry large hats anrd
very small hats. Eight hundred hats that occupy
a place in Fashionl's sun are featured at notable
redcd(tioji in p~ric'. - Buy them from the window
on the floor.
Hats, regularly pricetd to $10, reduced to $2.29.
11 ats iwiced over $10. on sale Half Price.
(Main Floor)

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