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June 24, 1922 - Image 6

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY SATI

Of The Day

eign Office going over the reply to
America regarding cost of the ArmyW
on the Rhine.
Y. A Ai* J CONVENTION IN DETROIT

Rice, dells Greet
Returning Groom

Belfast, June 23. - Figary House,
Fahan, North Donegal, the property
of Sir John McFarland, has been seiz-
ed by Republicans
Mexico City, June 23.- The Raza
says Gen. Salvador, a/ follower of
Gen. Pablo Gonzales, has started a
revolution in the state of Puebla.
Constantinople, June 23.-Kemal is
quoted in Anatolian dispatches'0 as
saying the quarrel with Greece can
only be-"settled by fighting it out.
Washington, June 23. -- Secretary
Hughes still has charge of the quar-
rel of Chile and Peru over Tacna-
Arica; settlement still is expected.
Paris,'June 23. - The Councl of
Ambassador's is in session at the For-

Honolulu, June 23. - A spaC
to the Nippu Jiji (Jap paper) fore-
casts passage by the Privy Council of
the Four-Power Treaty (Washington
arms pact).
Washington, June 23.-- The senate
has confirmed the appointment of J.
Morton Howell, Ohio, to be American
minister to Egypt (he has been serv-
ing as consul-general at Cairo).
Miller, Detroit News Heads Pressmen
New Fork, June 23.-- George E.
Miller of the Detroit News was elect-
ed president of the newly formed
'North American Alliance at its or-
ganization meeting here today.
Deiivered to your door-The Sum-
mer Daily.-Adv.

The Wisteria Shop and Tea Room
Now open in new location-Corner East
and South University
Give us a trial for breakfast, luncheon and evening
meals. Fountain refreshments a specialty
Open 7:30 a. m. to 11 p. m.

PRESIDENT BURTON TO BE CHIEFC
SPEAXER AT OPENING
MEETING
The= annual conference of the Am-3
ican Library association which will1
be held in Detroit this week, will open1
Monday evening in Orchestra hall.
The principal address of the evening
will be by President Marion L. Bur-
ton. President Burton has not yet an-
nounced the subject of his speech but
it is expected that he will talk on li-
brary work and its relation to public
an social education.
T ursday, June 29, the members of
the association will be the guests of
the University. A noonday luncheon
will be served at the Union, at which
there will be a few short speeches.
Regent W. L. -Clements will welcome
the guests and Professor Henderson
will speak on "Adult Education."
All buildings on the campus. will
be open to inspection by theguests
during the day, and tours will be con-
ducted through the different libraries.
The conference will be entertained
by an organ; recital by Harry Russell
Evans at 3:30 o'clock in Hill audi-
torium. After this special cars have
been reserved to take the party back
to Detroit. About 1,000 are expected
to attend.
Liberty Tea. Shop, 620 East Liberty,
serves home cooked meals. Single
meals or weekly rates.-Adv.
Subscribe today for The Summer
Daily.-Adv.
Daily Wants Ads bring results.-Adv.

Assistant Prof. Frederick B. Wahr
of the German department, and assist-
ant to the Dean of Students, was
married June 21 to Miss Mary Cannon
in South Bend, Indiana. Mrs. Whar is
a sister of Prof. Joseph H. Cannon of
the engineering college, and has at-
tended the past two Summer sessions
of the University.
A number of Professor Wahr's
friends held a surprise reception yes-
terday for the groom in his office in
University hall. The office was decor-
ated with white streamers and col-I
ored confetti. Professor Wahr was
greeted with a shower of rice which
dropped from a box fastened over the
door, and a ringing of bells which
were fastened to the door knob.
Professor and Mrs. Wahr will live
at 608 Catherine street.
WESBROOK AND REINDEL
ENTERED IN NET TOURNEY
(Continued from Pafe One)
that Michigan has turned out in sev-

(Contiuued from Page One) i
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill au-
ditorium).t
Thursday, July 6
5 p. m.-The Child Artist. (Illustra-
ted). Prof. H. S. Mallory.
8 p. m.-Educational moving pictures.
Friday, July 7
5 p. m.-Geology of Niagara Falls.
(Illustrated). P'rof. I. D. Scott. E
8 p. m.-Recital-Tennyson's "Maud."'
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister. (Sarah
Caswell Angell hall).
Saturday, July 8
8 a. m.-Excursion No. three-Bur-
roughs Adding Machine company,
General Motors company, anddPub-
1 lic library, Detroit. Trip ends at
at 4:30 p. m.
Daily Wants Ads bring results.-Adv.

team, Sanders and Howe, in both the
doubles and singles. This pair has
won the New England intercollegiate
title two years in succession and
Sanders has won the singles crown
both years. All the larger Eastern
college~s have entered teams ini this
meet, which will largely determine the
college champion of the country.
FULL PROGRAM OF SUMMER
LECTURES NOW COMPLETEDt

during the Summer session was made
yesterday by Dr. Warren E. Forsythe,
director of the Health service.
The Health service will be open
daily from 9 to 12 o'clock in the morn-
ing, and from 2:30 to 3:30 o'clock in
the afternoon. A full staff of consult-
ing and examining physicians will be
maintained.
The same privileges open to stu-
dents during the regular year are of-
fered to students enrolled in the Sum-
mer session. No charge is made for
students calls at ,the Health service,
advice and treatment being free. A
nominal fee is charged for calls to the
homes of patients, the fee being doubl-
ed if the call is made after regular
hours.
Agree on Army of 125,000 Men
Washington, June 23. - The house
tonight concurred with the senate in
fixingthe size of the army at 125,000
enlisted men and 12,000 officers.
Daily throughout the Summer ses-
sion.-Adv.

ANNOUNCE POLICY
OF HEALTH SERVICE
Announcement of the hours and pol-
icy of the University Health service

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Dartmouth has entered

a strong

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SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
Rev. R. Edward Sayles,
Minister

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Cor. Division and Catherine Ste.
Sunday, June 25th.
7:35 A. M.-Holy Communion.
10;30 A. X. - Morning Prayer
and Sermon.

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SUNDAY SERVICES
10:30 Worship and Sermon.
12:00 Sunday School.%
12:00 Students Bible Class.
(At Guild House)
6:30 Students Guild Devotional
Meeting. Miss Pauline
Waite, Leader.
A cordial invitation to these ser-
vices is given to Summer Stud-
ents and visitors in the city.
Rev. Howard R. Chapman,, Mini-
ster for University Students.

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SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister

Sunday Moning Service
10:35 o'clock.

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I. G.1 Reimann
Secretargt ot Universit Thmen
Morning Service at 10:30
Theme "World Citizenship"
Bible Class for Summer Students
will start next Sunday.
Summer Students cordially
Invited

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have wo) some victory for human-
ity."
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