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rebster as Epidemiol-.
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niversity women, the
lay, July 26
on No. nine-Cadillac!
y, Detroit. Leave at
at 2,:35. Trip ends
e Construction. (I1-'
of. L. M. Grain.
-Faculty of the Un-
of Music. .(Hill audi-
would attempt to gain control of the
Trans-Siberian railway. Finally the
. peditioti turned into nothing more
or less than a railway guard and from
that time on nothing in particulariwas
TO Cheever House
Adelia'Cheever house will be open
Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 5:30
o'clock for a gathering of students
and faculty of the Summer session.
This is the fourth party of the kind
arranged this summer at women's
Mrs. E. C. Goddard, president of
the board of. governors of Adelia
Cheever house, and Mrs. C. 0. Davis,
also of the board, will assist Miss
Helen C. Bishop, acting. dean of wo-I
men, and Miss Blanche Howell, social
director of the dornitory, as hostess-
LINDECREN TO APPEAR IN
CONCERT PROGRAM TOMORROW
(Continued from Page One)
Lotus Land ................Scott
Staccata Caprice ............Vogrich
Am Meer ............. Schubert-Liszt
Nell B. Stockwell
Accompaniments will be by Ava
Comin and Russell Gee, both of the
School of Music.
No admission is charged to the con-
cert butb itis requested that those who
attend be seated promptly as the
doors will be closed during the num-
hers. Children will not be admitted
unless they first obtain cards of ad-
mission at the School of Music.
Bianchard Leaves for Ohio
Prof. Arthur H. Blanchard, of the
department of !highway engineering
and transport, went to Lima, Ohio,.
yesterday morning on legal business.
He will return Wednesday.
. AT TIDE THEATERS
(Continued from Page One)
who conform with fair prices to be
agreed with the presidential com-
Buyers to Give Guarantees
When the operators demand, then
suitable guarantees shatl be given for
payment by persons buying under pri-
"The railroads will be requested to
appoint a representative to deal with
purchases of railway fuel..
"The basis of prices agreed upon
between the operators and the secre-
tary of commerce on June 1 are to
be maintained, except where varied by!
the presidential committee, and the
same basis of price determination
shall be applied to all districts which
are so for not co-operating."
Subscribe today for The Summer
What is considered to be one of the power is taken from it to light Ja
most important excursions planned son, turn its industrial -wheels a
for the Summer session will be made
Saturday, Aug. 5, to Jackson, The vis-
it to Jackson prison was arranged by
Carlton Wels, director of summer ex-
cursions, after much effort, as the
prison administration is very conserv-
ative about showing the institution to
strangers. Probably no other oppor-
tunity will be available for a long
operate its street cars. Also the em-
ergency steam generating plant will
be inspected,- where alternating cur-
rent is transformed into direct cur-
rent. The' gas producing plant is very
modern and will offer much of inter.
"As the bicycling season is nearing,
the plan for forming a bicycle club
seems to be feasible. Now with the
I CALDITRIUTONStudents-Given Unusual Op
__ To See Jackson State Pr
time. Jackson prison is one of the
best managed in the country and the
items of interest are many, in college;,f
The trip to the units of the Con- be maintain
sumers Power company will offer the
students to see one of the sections'of White Swa
the second largest water power trans- and service.
mission system in the United States.
The 140,000 kilowatt line from the Au Subscribe
Sable district will be shown and how Daily.-Av.
e in the number of w
a successful club i
ed."-Daily, Mar. 16,
an Laundry for qi
today for The Sui
iursday, Juty 27
ur Future Health Pro-
'of. John Sundwall.
ucational motion pictures.
-Michigan Union Spotlight
cued from Page One,)
ey "made no bones", about
tes women and children
e American headquarters
I deeds of this nature and
rotection. Finally, even
ned meii became disgust-
method of procedure, and
aikoff's followers came to
eadquarters, threw down
which, strange to say
>e Japanese, and begged
ment made between the
at each should send- about
s to Siberia. The Japan-
e nearest, were of course
arrive, and in their suave
they issued proclamation
xtremely diplomatic lang-
evertheless allowing ,the
realize that- they meant
. that their orders were to
Ion Lack Caused 'Famine
.e most important causes
n these areas, and when
ineers were sent out toI
>ad bed the Japanese ob-
placed every conceivable
their way, for fear we.
Visitors will have the privilege of,
going through the 'house which is one
of the latest of H the women's houses
given to the University as well as go-
ing through Pamela Noble cottage
which is the addition to the dormitory
being made ready for the coming
m school year.,
Pamela Noble cottage is one of the
houses moved from property purchas-
ed by the University for building pur-
poses, Thre house is practically new,
has oak floors and woodwork and is
being remodeled so that it will be
'ready to accommodate 14 girls next'
fall. There are study rooms and a
dormitory on the top floor and the
girls will go to Cheever house for
their meals and to entertain their
Last year was the first time that
Adelia Cheever house was open as a
home for women students. Cheever
house was. formerly the home of
Judge Noah' Cheever and was a gift
from the Cheever family. Much of the'
furniture of the house had been in th6
Cheever. family home for several gen-
erations. The Cheever silver is also
in possession of the dormitory.
The house is managed under the
co-operative plan which is the same
plan as that used at Alumnae house.
Th ere has been a misunderstanding
in regard to these afternoon gather-
ings of which the party Tuesday will
be the fourth, many thinking that they
are only for women of the Summer
school. Faculty and all studei ts, both:
men and women are cordially Invited.
Majestic-Bert Lytell in "Sher-
lock Brown"; comedy and$
Arcade-Elaine Hammerstein in
"Reckless Youth"; and "Toon-.
Wuerth-"Footfalls," a William
Fox production; Century com-
edy and Pathe news.
Orpheum--Herbert Rawlinson in
"The Man under Cover"; and
BOOKS- Educational and
Fifty Cents Each.
Of special interest to Summer School-Teachers
and Students. .'. New titles added daily.
Some excellent purchases at
about one-half new price.'
0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE
The Typewriter and Stationery Store
If your clothes are not be-
coining to you, YOU had
better be coming to us
(Detroit) - Bonstelle
in "Miss Lulu Bett."
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410 Benjamin Street
STORE WITH ROOIS
FOR SMAJ4L FAMILY
812 Monroe Street
SMr. Doster, Tel. 1471M
SPECIALTRIPS for PARTIES
New 18-Passenger Bus
We Take You Where
You Want To Go
"The Home of Eaergine",
H. C. Fry Bus Line
209 South Fourth
ibe today for The S':mmer
OF THE SUMMER