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qW. Will I I-lut . 1
sue of The Michigan
:nown as the U. of M.
ed on the campus at 6
y evening, Sept. 30, 1890.
ied by the "U. of M. In-
sociation" and consisted
of four columns each.
tion price was $2.50 a
gle copies were three

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first issue of The Summer Mich-
Daily, formerly known as The
rine, an afternoon paper pub-
only thre; times a week dur-
.e Summer session, made its ap- .
ace on the campus Friday, June1
22. It was followed by others
e 17th and 19th; all three were
1 Commencement issues. It be-
its career as a continuance of
egular session Daily on June'
d since then has been publish-
ery morning except Monday.
summer Michigan Daily is the
daily newspaper published dur-
y in the country.
y in th ecountry.
ON POST'S' CHARTER IS
LOST THROUGH GAMBLING
rington, Wyo., July 25.-The
r of the Denny 0. Wyatt post of
mnerican Legion at Casper, Wyo.,
een cancelled because of charges
ambling games were conducted.
y Wants Acts bring results.-Adv .
Our Prescription
Shampoo for Oily Hair
BURNHAM'S COSMETICS
RS. T. L. STODDARD
. UnIverdity Phone 2652

Wednesday, July 26
1 p. m.-Excursion No. nine-Cadillac
Motor company, Detroit. Leave at
1 p. m.; arrive at 2:35. Trip ends
about 4:30-5 p. m.
5 p. m.-"Bridge Construction. (Il-
lustrated). Prof. I., M. Gram.
8 p. m.-Concert-Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill audi-
torium.)
Thursday, Juy 97
5 p. m.-"Our Future Health Pro-
gram. Prof. John Sundwall
8:00 p. m.-Michigan Union Spotlight
in Hl 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.
Saturdiy, July 29
6 d. m.-Excursion No. ten-Put-in-
Bay, Lake Erie, Under the direc-
tion of Prof. I. D. Scott, via Michiganl
Central railway to Detroit andl
steamer to Put-in-Bay. Return to
Ann Arbor about 11 p. m.
MondayJuly n1
5 p. m.-"What is Science?" Prof. W.1
M. Sleator.
8:30 p. m.--Visltors' Night at the Ob-
servatory. Admission by ticket only.
Tuesday August 1'
5 p. m.--Belgium Today. Prof. T. H.
Read, University of California.
8 p. m.-Medical lecture.
8:30 p. m.-Visitors' Night at the Ob-
servatory. Admission by ticket only.
Wednesday, August 2
11 a. m.-Excursion No. eleven-Riv-
er Rouge Blast Furnaces, south of
Detroit. Leave at 11 p. m. .
5 p. m.-"Porto Rico." (In Spanish).
(Illustrated). Mr. A. E. Mercado.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the. Un-
iversity School of Muusic (Hill au-
ditorium).
8:30 p. m.-Visitors' Night at the Ob-
servatory. Admission by ticket only.

(Campus theater). Admission will
house company of New York City
Friday, August 4
3:30 p. m.-Open air performance of
Galsworthy's "The Pigeon." The
Shakespeare Playhouse company of
New York City. (Campus theater).
Admission will be charged.
t p. m.-Open air performance of
Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." -The
Shakespeare Playhouse company of
New York City. (Campus theater).
Admission' will be charged.
Saturday, August 5
8:47 a. m.-Excursion No. twelve
State Prison and Consumers Power
company, Jackson. Leave at 8:47
a. m., arriving at Jackson at 10 a.
m. Visit prison until noon. Lunch
at 12 o'clock. Spend afternoon with
the Consumers Power company, vis-
iting the electric and gas plants.
5:30 p. m.-Open air performance of
Barrie's "The Admiral Critchon."
'the Shakespeare Playhouse com-
pany of New York City. (Campus
theater). Admission will be charg-
ed.
Necks Get Stiff
As "Fly'' Climbs

Camp Davis
"Al" Cuthbert has been appointed
chairman of the camp clean up squad.
In a faculty-camp ball game, held
lat evening, the faculty came out the
possessors of the small end of a 24-0
score. The faculty is, however, much
encouraged by the excellent showing
made by one of its members, In hit-
-ting a two bagger.
Mr. Christenson, the University pur-
chasing agent, and his wife visited
the camp during the past week.
Visitors day was held Saturday,
July 22, and, according to the com-
mittee in charge, was fully as elabor-
ate as any attempted in the past.
Visitors day has come to be one of
the customs of Camp Davis. Occur-
ring but once in every session, the oc-
casion takes on the nature of a gen-
nral holiday, and the camp is throwna
open to everyone living in this re-
gion.
In addition to 'a general inspection
of the camp by the visitors, various
contests are held, including the cham-
pionship baseball game between the
two camp league champions. This]
year's program included water events,
field sports, and a vaudeville show.

far end of the lake. A real teen witn
all the "fixings" was enjoyed-
Camp time has been moved one
hour ahead.
BULG ARIA I NS BALK
AT INDEMNITY SUM
(By Associated Press)
Sofia, July 25. - The Reparations
Commission has ordered Bulgaria to
pay immediately. four billion levas
(normally $7,720,000) due to the Al-
lies under the Peace Treaty. The de-
mand has profoundly impressed the
Bulgarian government, which, through
Minister of Finance Tourlakoff, has
asked the Opposition Party to sustain
the government in opposition 'to what
it terms the commission's exaggerated
demand. The government asserts
Bulgaria is unable, to pay the sum and
is unwilling to abandon her customs
commission, yet expressing a willing-
ness to pay within her capacity.
VETERAN'S WIDOW DIES
IN CISTERN NEAR LAPEER
Lapeer, Mich., July 24.--Mrs. Nan
Eaton, 70 years old, drowned herself
in a cistern at the home of her daught-
er, Mrs. Cora Braidwood, at Dryden,
near here, last night. She had been ill
I for some time. She was a widow of a
Union soldier who was killed in the
Civil war.

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radio

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Graduates A
Dr. D. D, Van
Slyke of New Yo
the Uniiyersity o
for a few days o
China. Dr. Van
present at the h-
department of t
tute, is schedule
lectures at the
school in Pekin.
During their
Dr. Van Slyke
guests of Dr. J.
Goodyear.

Prof. N. H. Willia
department will giv(
radiophone Friday; A
lecture room of the
Professor Wiliam:
an authority on radi
will supplement his

Bononi

'OU WILL FIND THE.

'Necks for the most part are un-
usually stiff in Ann Arbor this morn-
ing due to the fact that dozens of
them were craned for' a long, tire-
some interval last night while their
fond possessors waited anxiously for
"Dare Devil Jack" Reyonlds to begin
climbing the side of the Whitney ho-
tel, a stunt which was scheduled for
7:15 o'clock .About 7:30 he an-
nounced from the fire-escape that the
crowd wai not obliged to donate when
he passed around the box, but if the
collection was large enough then to
make it possible, he would consider
renaining in our town tonight to
climb ,the court house, flag-pole and
all, a height of over 300 feet.'
Then came the interval during
which he took up a collection, and
the asssmbled multitude, composed
largely of students, fidgetted and urg-
ed a little haste. Reynolds, a nervous
man at all times, unfortunately for-
got himself to the extent of giving
the students gratis several appella-
tions for which he apologized later
during the course of his climb.
Reynolds, at the completion of his
stunts last night, declared his inten-
tion of doing a hand-stand on. the
court house flag-pole tonight Again
the time set is 7:15 o'clock. In case
of rain he will postpone the perform-
ance until Thursday.

A banquet was held in the evening-
after Visitors day. It was held at ,Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. Daily Want
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5 p. m.-Irrigation in the
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Shrew." The Shakespeare
be charged.

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