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THE SUT MMER MICIGAN DAILY £L.J -- --

SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, 1922

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India ... .
Japan .... . . . . . . . . . .
Philippines ....................
Argentina ......................
Hawaii ......................
Porto Rico ...................
Columbia .......................
Chile ...........................
British Columbia ................
Brazil......................
British West Indies ...............
Asia Minor .....................

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REIDN[EMANDQWE1P~
Bacchus and Mercury ceased theiru
loud, immortal shouting for a few
brief seconds while the Olympian
page-boy clicked the diamond ivories,
and rolled them out on a soft, downy,
carpet of Naphta-white clouds. Si-
lence ensued while the nectar-intoxi-
cated chieftains of the upper domains
watched the dice travel over the car-
pet-and then a mighty cheer was
coughed out of the husky throat of
Bacchus.
$Aye, aye, I, I, I win," he announced
publicly, according to an announce-

places.". And while Mercury sped
away on wings of Ingersoll, to drown
the sorrow of his defeat in bath of
potasiun permanganate, Bacchus
summoned unto him the goddess of
chatter, Ray-deo, and through her
gave out the following statement:

Hour

of Recitation Examination
7 ..............Friday 10-12
8 ............Thursday 8-10
9 ..........Wednesday 2-4
10 ...........Thursday 4-6
11 ...............Friday 8-10
1 ................Friday 2-4
2 .............Thursday 2-4
3 ..........Wednesday 4-6

Ghandi Drove Fliver
Mahatma Ohandi, former Hindu re-
ligious and political leader, was the
proud owner 4nd driver of a Ford.
(Not an advt.)
LIBRARY NOTICE
Students having in their pos-
session books drawn from the
University Library are notified
that all such books are due Mon-
day, 'Aug. 14, on account of the
impending close of summer
school.
WM. W. BISHOP,
Librarian.
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Cuba ...........................
Greece ..........................
Java ............................
Korea .... ... ................
Mexico .. ...................
Nicaragua ......................
Siam ......................
Virgin Islands ..................
Russia ............. ............
Dean Krnise Assumes Leadership

.Friday 4-6

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ment given out late eight weeks ago,!
"and as my reward I demand that the - - _
blue-books shall be given at the des- White Swan Laundry for quality
ignated time, and in the designated and service. Phone 165.-Adv.

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Dean Edward H. Kraus, the chief ad-
ministrative official of the session, be-
Scame connected with the summer term
in 1908, in the capacity of secretary.
At that time Dean John R. Effinger,
now dean of the literary college, was
head of the Summer session.
Dean Kraus became acting dean in
1911 and succeeded Dean Effinger as
head of the session in 1915.
Dean Kraus was the originator of
the National Association of Summer
Session Administartors, which was or-
ganized in November, 1917. The asso-
ciation includes officials from 31 of
the largest colleges and universities
in the country, organized for the pur-
pose of realizing united effort in deal-
ing withsthe problems of university
summer sessions.

MIDSUMMER,

READING

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All of the New and Up-to-date Fiction at

UNIVERSI'TY
BOOKSTORES

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Dr. Lovell Has New Work

Dr. Thomas Lovell has
published his latest work
sophical logic entitled
Th rough Evolution."

recently
in philo-
"Evolving

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Nolv is the time of year to

New Luggage
For Your Vacation Trip or journey Home

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Boydell Paints, both Sot-Tone and Gloss will do it.
Valspar and Liquid Granite, Varnishes, Varnish
Stains, Barreled SUNLIGHT, a white enamel, try it.
Old English, Johnson's and Jewel Floor Wax. Weighted
Polishing Brushes, Paint Brushes, all kinds.
See our-window for specials on granite ware cooking utensil
PRICES RIGHT SERVICE PROMPT
.LARNED HARDWARE COMPANY
The UP-TO-HATE HARDWARE
PHONE 1610 310 SOUTH STATE STREET

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As the summer school session closes you are thinking of your vacation
trip or of your trip home, and such plans must include luggage. The traveler
is always judged by the sort of luggage he carries, and we have just the
right sort at very moderate prices.
Fibre Trunks Steamer Trunks
1 sized fibre trunks in the 36 and 38 Steamer trunks of fibre are just right
ize are nicely lined and are durable for a short trip and come in a number of
1 as good looking. They are priced different styles. They are priced from
$9 and Up
$15 and up
Wardrobe Trunks Suitcases
le wardrobe trunk will carry your For short trips a suitcase may be
ng in the very best fashion without sufficient luggage, and the new black
. . enameled suitcases are lined with cretonne.
[ing it. Fibre wardrobe trunks are Te r rcdfo
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$30 and up $5 and up
Traveling Bags Boston Bags
aveling bags are quite the thing for The Boston bags are much in vogue
luggage and are large enough for a now, and there are both brown and black
end trip. There are many different ones from which to select. They are
from which to choose. Priced from priced from
$3 and up $1.49 and up

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Because of our desire to reduce our stock of New and Used
Pianos, we have put the price where you cannot afford to
pass it by. If you have been waiting for an yopportunity to
pick off a really worth-while piano at a bargain price, that op-
portunity is now waiting for you at this store. Visit us; we
know that you will appreciate the many fine bargains offered

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