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1 p. m.; arrive at 2:35. Trip
-about 4:30-5 p. m.
5 p. m.-"Bridge Construction.
lustrated). Prof. L. M. Gram.

ends

University Geologists In Kansas
Secure Skulls Of Extinct Rhinos

L 3 QU11U UO
lurday, July 22
ursion No. eight-Detroit
uing, and Michigan State'
company, Detroit. Arrive
Lunch there, followed by
ough the telephone con-
uts.
- Presbyterian students
cl for picnic at Wlitmore'
u1nday, July 23
George E. Meyers ad-
uild class, Baptist Guild
ial half hour, Presbyter-
Miss Elizabeth Paravano
byterian Christian En-4
eting.
Edison Cramer leads Bapt-
discussion on "Education
e," Baptist Guild house.
onday, July 24L
berian Experiences." Prof.
bard, University of Roch-
ital-The class in Shakes,
eading. (University hall):
aesday, July 25
>ck Gardens." (Illustrat-
. A. Tealdi.
ah Webster as Epidemiol-
of. A. S. Warthin.
lnesday, July 26
ursion No. nine-Cadillac
apany, Detroit. Leave at

(ci-

8 p. m.-Concert-Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill audi-
torium.)
Thursday, July 27
5 p. m.-"Our Future Health Pro-
gram. Prof. John Sundwall.
8 p, m.-Educational motion pictures.
8:00 p. m.-Michigan Union Spotlight
in HEl auditorium.
Friday, July 28
5 p. m.-"Building of Personnel in Ed-
ucation" and
8 p. m.-" Publicity in Education." Mr.'
R. G. Jones, Superintendent of
Schools, Cleveland. .,

6

Saturday, July 29
a. m.-Excursion No. ten-Put-in-
Bay, Lake Erie." Under the direc.-
tion of Prof. I. D. Scott;dvia Michigan
Central railway to ,Detroit and
steamer to Put-in-Bay. Return to
Ann Arbor about 11 p. m.

Monday, July 31
5 p. m.-"What is Science?" Prof. W.
M. Sleator.
8:30 p. m.-Visitors' Night at the Ob-
servatory. Admission by ticket only.
HARMONY PRIMARY FACTOR
I SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
(Continued from Page One)
that those who complain of high school
taxes seldom investigate compparative
expenditures in luxuries and non-ne-
cessities. For example, he said that
two and one half times as much money
is spent in a year for chewing gum as
is expended for educational purposes.
Mr. Longman returned last night to
Muskegon.

The work of the University of Mich-t
igan expedition at Agate Springs,c
Neb., consisting of R. C. Hussey, in-
structor in geology, and W. H. Beutt-
ner, preparateur in paleontology, is
proceeding satisfactorily, according to
communications received here from
members of the party.
The site of the Agate Springs quar-t
ry was once a great area of quick-
sand. Animals coming down to drink
occasionally ventured out a little too
far into the water and were caught
by the treacherous quicksand and per-
ished. The bones of thousands of ani-
mals are now found, so closely massed
together in most cases that it is im-
possible to get the individual bones
out. 5
Most of these bones are of an ex-
tinct order of rhinoceros,-a lighter
and more active animal than its pres-
ent-day relative. Mr. Buettner and Mr.
Hussey are now engaged in taking out
a slab of this bone-{breccia, as it is
called, about four by five feet in di-
mensions, which contains at least four}
skulls of the rhino, and hundreds of'
bones. The bones will be left in
position, etched out from the matrix
inN deep relief, and will form a most
striking exhibit in the University
Museum, say officials.
An expedition from Kansas is camp-
ed near the Michigan expedition. and
SEC. HOOVER LOOKS
AFTER COAL SUPPLY I
(Continued on Page Four)
principals coal prodiucing sections.
"Plans have been formulated," Mr.
Hoover said, "for co-operation of the
department of commerce at the inter-
state commerce commission and the
department of justice by which, with
the co-operation of responsible opera
tors, the control of price and distri-
bution can be effected. The plan is
now before the department of justice
for their consideration and it in-
volves the pooling of coal in each
district and the distribution of, cars
under the authority and direction of
the government, with the co-operation
of the operators' committees."

the also engaged in taking out a slab
of fossils, which however is much
smaller than that of the Michigan
men.
In addition to the big slab, they
have found a good specimen of Dae-
monelix, or devil's corkscrew. The
doubt. It is not known whether'it is,
the spiral burrow of an animal or the
the sprial burrow of an animal, or the
filled roct cavity of some plant- Thel
specimen is about three feet long,!
and weighs 250 pounds.
The expedition has been in the field
since July i.

Detroit News, a large and costly dup- Lake,, special frog, fish,
lication of effort will be eliminated;j dinners. Room and boar(
and therefore a more r'eady and com- week.-Adv.

. ,..

DETROIT JOURNAL
AND NEWS COMBINE
(Contiuued from Page One)
Journal, and that Hearst must have
raised the bid by at least $250,000."
In reply to this story, The Daily on
Feb. 23 printed the following state-
ment communicated to it by officials
of the Journal:
"The Detroit Journal has not been
sold, and is not for sale."
The News, relative to the announce-
ment of the consolidation, stated:
"With the amalgamation of the Detroit
Journal as an integral part of the

BARGAIN
COUN' ER

In an interview by a
The Summer Michigan Da
I a member of the DetroitJ
in Detroit Friday, the lat
intimation that he was a
plan of consolidation or at
"The, Journal is going
clared, "and has already
largest daily circulation
In fact, the men at the hi
confidant that in time it
all the other Detroit pap
ing even the Free Press an
Solvay Athletic Club

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northern woods or the
Comfortable, waterprc

bytcrian Church
ana Division Streets
arb B. Marrtett P.M.
titnfster
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rp for 'University Men
Service at 10:30. Theme,

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Cor. Division and Catherine Sts.
7:35 A. M.-Holy Communion.
10:30 A. M.-Morning Prayer and
Sermon by the Rev. George
Backhurst, of All Saints' Church,
Brooklyn, Mich. ,

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Dances Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sat-
urdays and Sundays at the Old Stil-
son Beach, Whitmore Lake. Good
swimming.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers-Adv.

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Strangers always welcome.

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SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister.

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July 23, 1922

Morning Subject
10:30
J Reinforcement."
its' Guild meets at
ase, following morn-
hip at noon. Prof.
yers, of the School of
. will address the

Morning service' with sermon by
the minister, 10:35.
"God divided man into men
that they might help each other."
--Seneca.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
ONURON
Cor. Third and West Huron Sts.
(MO. SYNOD)
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Every day from Detroit at 9:00 a. m. for
Put-In-Bay-Connecting with Claveland and
Buffalo Transit Co., and Steamer Arrow for
Middle Bass, Kelley's island and Lakeside.
Sandusky-Connecting with Railroads and Suburban Lines, Fare $1.40
Cedar Point-15min.byferryfrom Sandusky, Fare includingferry,1.65
Excursion fares, (returning same day)
Put-In-Bay, week day, 80c; SundaIy, Holidays, $1.15 Round trip.
Sandusky, every day, $2.00 Round trip.
Four hours at PutIn-Bay; Bathing, visit the Caves, Perry's Monument.
Pavilion,'Groves, Dancing and many other atiractions, several Hotels.
Cedar Point-Fresh water rival to Atlantic City; Large Hotels, Board Walk,
Thousands bathe here daily.
Returning: Leave Cedar Point by Ferry for Sandusky Leave Sandusky
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summer mornings when
no one likes to fuss over
a hot stove.
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toasts, and is cool, clean,
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-Use it anywhere=-
kitchen, dining - room,
on the porch-wherever
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ats' class at Wesley
iy Prof. L. T. Rams-

9:30 Morning Subject:
"Obedience to the
Father."
10:30 Bible School.
11:30 English Service.
No Evening Services
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