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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, AUG'UST 10, 1022

WHAT'S GOING ON
Thursday, August 10
p. m.-Subject to the Announced.

L OIS"LITRLE WOMEGAREN PADEREWSKI A D MARY i
9LCOARSEN WILL APPEAR HERE r
(Continued from Page One) a
ed in Hill auditorium. The east in-
STORIES FUR CHILDREN c ludes many well. known artists, all
of whom will appear in elaborate cos-
tume.
(By Associated Press) Believing that "the general public
Chicago, Aug. 9.-"Little Women," desires to be entertained as well as1
Louise M. Alcott's story of childhood educated," the management has ar-
ranged that the extra concert series
life in New England, heads the list of shall consist of two symphonic con-f
25 "best books" for country school certs and two of more popular char-
children in the first to eighth grades acter. One strictly piano concert
as balloted on by the American Lib- will be given by Alfred Cortot, who is
rary association and the National Edu- acknowledged to be one of the world's
cational association, it was announced greatest musicians. Among the solo-i
today. Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Won- ists who will appear in connectioni
derland" comes second on the two foot with the extra concert series will bei
shelf with Defoe's "Robinson Crusoe" Ina Bourskaya, coloratura soprano,'
third, Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer" Raoul Vidas, violinist, and Kathryn
s fourth, and Robert Louis Stevenson's Meisle, soprano, who appeared at the
"Treasure Island" fifth. Stevensn is May Festival last season.
the only author to appear twice on theI
1 list. He comes in again with the NO FEAR OF CAMPUS TREES
"Child's Garden of Verse." DYING, DECLARES PARI)ON
Other books which appear on the
joint list are: Nicolay, Boy's Life of Questions have arisen as to whether
Abraham Lincoln; Kipling, Jungle or not the driel up appearance of the
Book; Anderson, Fairy Tales; Aesop's leaves on the campus trees indicates
Fables.; Pyle, Merry Adventures of that they are dying. According to a
Robin Hood; Lamb, Tales from Shake- statement made by Edward C. Pardon,
speare; Malory, Boys' King Aurthur; superintendent of the buildings and
Van Loon, Story of Mankind; Wig- grounds department, there is no cause
gin, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm; for alarm about this as the excessively
Stevenson, Burton E., Home Book of dry weather is responsible for the'
Verse for Young Folks; Dickens, dead appearance of the trees.
Christmas Carol; Irving, Rip Van With the exception of two, one byi
Winkle; Mother Goose; Doge, Hans the gymnasium and the other by thei
Brinker; Hogedorn, Boys' Life of library, they will all revive with the
Theodore Roosevelt; Hawthorne, Won- coming of spring. Nothing will help
1 der Book; Sexton, Wild Animals I them at present except water, and
Have Known; Spyri, Heidi, The Arab- unfortunately an ade.quate supply is
ian Nights. not available. The tree near te gym-
Three books selected by the teachers nasium is one that was planted when
but not included on the combined list
were: Riis, The Making of an Amer- Daily Wants Ads bring results.-Adv.
ican; Baldwin, Fifty Famous Stories;
Engleston, Stories of Great Americans.
"Teachers are eager to get this list
as an aid in making their selections ' c To BATHE
of books, it is indicated by the in-
quiries that have been coming in from Croome s BACH
all parts of the United States to the
Chicago headquarters officers of the
American Library association," the an- Try Our Prescription
nouncement said. Shampoo for Oily Hair,
Maxim Gorky Thanks Hoover E. BURNHAM'S COSMETCS j
Hamburg-Maxim Gorky wrote Her- MRS. T. L. STODDARD
bert Hoover thanking him and other 707 N. University Phone 2626
Americans for aid extended luring the
Russian famine.
Daily Wants Ads bring results.-Adv. r---------
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LAST TIMES TODAY
A First National Attraction
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With GEORGE WALSH
ROBINSON CRUSOE
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-Bertram Grassly

if was quite large, the one by the lib- London-The attorney general re-I
rary has been transplanted and the fused to sanction an appeal to theI
reasons for their decay are therefore House of Lords by Joseph O'Sullivan
apparent. and Reginald Dunn, under sentence to
be hanged Aug. 10,, for assissination of
OPTIMISM REIGNS IN COAL Field Marshall Sir Henry Hughes Wil-
'FIELDS AS PEACE LOOMS UP son. Thirty thousandrpersons have
{ signed petitions for a reprieve.
(Continued from Page One)t
four states, was expected to be de- Hillsdale Students to Hold Picnic
layed until after the afternoon meet- Students and alumni from Hillsdale
ing with operators. Optimism was college, who are attending the Summer
expressed, however, by both union session at the University, will hold
men and operators that a settlement their annual picnic at the island this
was possible. afternoon from 5 to 7:30 o'clock. The
Would End Strike party will meet in front of University
The agreement on a basic wage hall at 4:45 o'clock,
scale not only would end the strike
for the operators represented here, German Loan Detains Morgan
but also was regarded by the con- London-The Times' Paris corres-
ferees as having the possibility of pondent says the bankers' committee
forcing union operators in many parts is likely to reconvene not later than
of the country to open the mines un- October to negotiate a small loan for

Find State Fisheries Polluted
Lansing, Mich., Aug. 9.-Investiga-
tion has revealed that thousands of
pounds of spoiled fish are being dis-
posed of for consumption in Michigan,
it was announced today by the State
Bureau of Foods and Standards. A
thorough inspection of all commercial
fisheries in the state has been under-
taken by the bureau.

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AT THE THEATERS
Today-Screen
Arcade - "The Dictator" with
Wallace Reid and all-star cast;
comedy.
Wuerth-Marjorie Daw in "Fifty
Candles"; comedy.

der the new scale.
The operators in the four states not
participating in the conference would
be permitted under such a plan, if
adopted, to sign the general agree-
ment made at the conference.
Operators in fields outside the four
states would be permitted to make
agreements with the union under con-
tracts based on that signed for the
four states.
John G. Woolley Seriously Ill
Granada, Spain.-John G. Wooley,
72 years old, twice Prohibition candi"-
date for President of the United States,
is cihitically ill here. His son is com-
ing from America. He came here to
study dry sentiment.

Germany and that J. P. Morgan is
remaining in Europe for this purpose.
Seek Aid for Chinese Suffers
Hongkong, Aug. 9.-Chinese over-
seas are being appealed to by the
Chinese chamber of commerce here to
aid their stricken countrymen at Swa-
tow, the port 259 miles north of here
that virtually was destroyed by a ty-
phoon and tidal wave a week ago with
a loss of 28,000 lives.
U. S. Bankers In Warsaw
Warsaw, Aug. 9.-Early arrival of
Monroe Curtiss and F. F. Baer, said to
be Amercan representatives of a bank-
ing house which is arranging a loan of
$50,000,000 to Poland, is anticipated.

Orpheum -- George Walsh
"Serenade"; comedy.

In

This Week-Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-The Bonstelle
company in "Everyday."
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White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.

MIDSUMMER READING
All of the New and Up-to-date Fiction at
WAHRSV E R S I T Y
wAHRSBOOKSTORES

GARRICK Mate. TCs:**25-50c
Nights, 26-50-7c.$1
13th Annual Season 14th Week
THE BONSTELLE CO.
In a Drama with Human Appeal
"Everyday"' BynRAoR'OTH
Next Week-"The Man Who Come Back"'

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ADDED
"No Money To Guide Them"
Full of Pep and Laughs
COMING SUNDAY
MACK SENNETT presents first "Mickey"-a Riot!
Then "Molly O"-a Sensation, and NOW
"TH E CROSS ROADS
OF NEW Y'ORK"
All Star Cast and Six Big Reels of Comedy Melodrama

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