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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

WHAT'S OING 0ON
'Wednesday, June 28
4-6 p. m.-Reception by President and
Mrs. Burton for students and fac-
ulties of Summer session,, Alumni
Memorial hall.
8 p m.-University School of Music
faculty concert, Hill auditorium.
Thursday, June 29
5 p. m.-Fielding H. Yost, "Athletics
and Their Relation to College Life,"
Natural Science auditorium.
8 p. m.--Educational motion pictures,
Natural Science auditorium.
7:30 p. m.-Gun and Blade club meets
in reading room, Union.
Friday,. June 30
2:30 p..m.--Trip through Ann Arbor,
and around the campus. Start from
the General Library.

5 p. m.-Prof. A. E. White, "The Mus-
cle Shoals Project and Its Relation
to Industry," Natural Science audi-
torium.
8 p. m.-Prof. A. L. Cross, "A Trip to
Tahati," Natural Scienceauditor-
ium.
WOMEN'S ATHLETICS COURSES
SHOW SMALL REGISTRATIOP
Registration for women's athletics
during the Summer session has been
very light, about 30 women having
signed up so far. This department is
offering classes in swimming, tennis,
gymnastics, playground work, folk
and aethetic dancing. The work is
elective and no University credit isj
given.
The work aimed at is almost purely'
recreational although the course in
playground methods is of great value
not only to those who contemplate
playground directing, but also to
teachers of primary work.

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TODAY and

TOMORROW

WIL'LIAM RUSSELL
IN

"DESERT BL OSSOMS"

LIBRARY DELEGATES 1TO
CONVENE HERE TOMORROW
HENDERSON WILL SPEAK AT THE
FIRST MEETING IN GENERAL
LIBRARY
A large number of the 2,000 dele-
gates attending the American Library
association convention this week in
Detroit are expected to visit Ann. Ar-
bor tomorrow, w en they will make
a trip of inspection of the campus, go
through the Library, and hold a lunch-
eon at the Union. Annual meetings of
the University Library Extension ser-
vice round table and of the Bibolo-
graphical Society of America, in con-
junction with the Library association
convention meeting, will be held in
this city on that day.
Delegates attending the round table
session will come early in the morn-
ing; the meeting will begin at 10
o'clock at the Library. Prof. W. D.
Henderson of the University Exten-
tion division, will deliver a greeting to
the visitors on behalf of the Univer-
stiy. Several topics relating to library
*tension service and pamphlet mate-
rials are listed for discussion. Miss
Edith Thomas is chairman of the round
table.
Prgsident Marion L. Burton and
Regent William L. Clements of Bay
City, will welcome the delegates at the
Union luncheon at 12:15 o'clock. Azar-
iah S. Root, librarian of Oberlin col-
lege, Ohio, president of the associa-
tion, will deliver a reply. Professor
Henderson will speak on, "Adult Edu-
cation, a Common Interest of Librar-
ies and Universities."
Librarian W. W. Bishop will preside
at the Bibilographical society meeting,
which will be held at 4:30 o'clock.
The delegates will return to Detroit
for evening meetings.
RIOTS FOLLOW KiLLI NG
OF GERMANSTATESMAN
(By Associated Press)
Berlin, June 27.-One man is report-
ed to have been killed and 10 others
wounded in disturbances which fol-
lowed a big demonstration in Ham-
burg last night over the Rathenau as-
sassination.
While the crowds were dispersing
they found fully armed police stand-
ing at strategic points, and understood
to be under orders to shoot anyone
who loitered.
The disturbances followed, and at
one point where the demonstrators re-
fused to move, the police fired.
The assassins of Dr. Rathenaii
were striking at the Republican gov-
ernment of Germany and its peo-
ple, declared President Ebert at Dr.
Rathenau's funeral in the Reichstag
chamber in eulogizing the dead states-
man.
"The bullet which struck down
Rathenau was aimed at the Gerihan
republic," said the president. "It roy
bed the nation of one of her most loy-

DEAN BUTTS WILL
LEAVE ON JULY

al patriots, one of the ablest chain-
pions of German rejuvenation. This
murder is a crime against our indus-
trious, suffering, hopeful people."
DEBATE BLOCKS ACT-ION
ON TARIFF AMENDMENTS
(By Associated Press)
Washington, June 27.-The agricul-
tural schedule in the administration
tariff bill was attacked today in the
Senate by Senator Welch, of Massa-
chussets, a Democratic member of the
finance committee and defended by
Chairman McCumber, of that commit-
tee, and Senator Gooding, Republican,
Idaho, chairman of the Republican
agricultural tariff block. The debateI
continued for several hours with tl #
result that none of the committee
amendments\ in the ;schedule w'ere
voted upon.

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Civil Engineering in Practice

Assistant Dean William H. Butts,
of the Colleges of Engineering and
Architecture, whose resignation from
the University, presented last semes-
ter to the Regents, will take effect
July 1, will leave the city during the
first week in July with Mrs. Butts for
Old Mission, where they will spend
two months. They will then take a
trip to Florida and to California
where they will remain until July,
1923. Dean Butts and Mrs. Butts ex-
pect then to make their home perm-
anently in Ann Arbor.
Professor Van TIne Leaves for East
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne, of the history
department, left Ann Arbor recently
for New England, where he will spend
the summer. He and his three sons
made the trip by automobile, intending
to camp on the way.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

SUMMER TALS PROGRA
Continuing its policy of printing in
full the complete program of address-
es and illustrated lectures scheduled
for the Summer session, The Summer
Daily prints below a list of events for
next week. Lecturers and events for
this week are listed in the "What's
Going On" column on this page.
Monday, July 10
5 p. m.-Irrigation in' the United
States. (Illustrated). Prof. H. W.
King.
8 p. m.-Building and Beautifying the
Community. (Illustrated). Dr. R.
E. Hieronymus, of the University of
Illinois.
Tuesday, July 11
5 p. m.-Thq Ethics of the Prophetic
Relig ,on. Dr. H. Slonimsky, of Cin-
cinnati.
8 p. m.-The Safety of Surgical Op-
erations. Dean Hugh Cabot.
Wednesday, July 12
1 p. m.-Excursion No. four.-Wind-
sor, Ontario; Belle Isle, and the De-

troit River.
Belle Isle.

NEW YORK NEI
WTS "BA

Picnic to be held at'

(Continued from PafeOnes)
contact between any wooden sub-
stance and a given object," he merely
discusses it while Babe Ruth actually
tries it out.
While Mr. Broun may think that to
have the enviable reputation of mak-
ing more money in professional base-
ball than any other man, or of being
the homliest ball player ever known,
or being suspended from the league
for arguing with the umpires, puts a
mian in a position to .have his name
appear or the honor list, the editors
of "Who's Who" still seem inclined to
place intellectual achievements at
least upon a par with fistic, garrulous
and otherwise physical accomplish-
ments.
EXCIHANGECLUB OFFERS TOUR
'OF CITY AND CAMPUS FRIDAY
(Contiuued from Page One)
Hills Country club, skirt the shores
of Barton Lake on the return, finally
arriving at the point of departure.
As 'with the later excursions into
Detroit, all students wishing to enjoy
I the opportunity of this trip must leave
their names in the Summer session
box, room 6, University hall, so that
adequate transportation can be ar-
ranged for. It will also be necessary
for those taking the trip, to bring
their treasurer's receipt, as transport-
ation can be alone provided for regu-
lar students of the Summer session.
Johnson Would Shutout Mongolians
Washington, June 26.-Under a bill
designed to take up the immigraton
law, introduced today by Chairman
Johnson, of the house immigration
commission, admission for permanent
residence in this country would be
granted only to aliens eligible for
citizenship, thus, it was pointed out,
shutting the gates to Japanese, Chi-
nese, Mongolians and others not
granted the rights of citizenship who
desired such residences.

5 p. m.-The Prophetic Religion of a
Life-Idealism. Dr. H. Slonimsky.
8 p. m.-Concert-Faculty of the Un-
iversity School of Music. (Hill au-
ditorium).
Thursday, July 13
5 1p. m.-The Permanent Significance
of the Messianic Ideal. Dr. H. Slon-
imsky.
8 p. m.-Educational motion pictures.
Friday, July 14
2:30 p. m.-Excurison No. five-Niag-
ara Falls and vicinity. Under the
direction of Prof. I. D. Scott, via
Michigan Central railroad to Detroit,
5 p. m.-Experimental Demonstration
of the Properties of Liquid Air.
8 p. m.-Recital-Shakesfeare's "Tam-
ing of the Shrew." Assist. Prof.
Louis M. Eich. (Sarah Caswell
Angell hall).
Saturday, July 15 ..

COMEDY AND ,NEWS

Catering

Canoe and Party Orders

SUMMER STUDENTS

8 a. m.-Excursion No.
Creamery company and
er works. .

six-Detroit'
Detroit Wat-j

For light Luncheons after the show or canoe trip
stop at
The Blue Bird Delicatessen

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FOR SUMMER SESSION

Phone 155

1112 South University

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BOOKS AND

SUPPLIES

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FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS

Summer Students-
Secure your supplies at
STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
1111 South University Avenue
Xaterials for All $Colleges
GOOD BOARDI REAL ECONOMY
If-you want the best food at the lowest prices, in clean, cool,
refined surroundings, try the

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B 0OKSTORES

Forest Lunch
CLEAN AND COOL U
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FOREST AVE. NEAR SO. UNIVE'S'TY
Mats. Tues.,
GAR~iCK Thurs,, Sat.250
Nights,125-5O-75c-$1
13th Annual Season 4 Seventh Week
The. Bonstelle Co,
This Week "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray"

"HANDS UP"
Take a good look at them. Our Manicure Sets for this summer
add to the comfort and attractiveness of your handl.
"'TH E QUARRY"
DRUG AND PR ESCRIPTION STORE
Phone 308-Corner S. State and N. Univ.--C. Claude Drake, Prop.

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CUTTING CAFE
COR. STATE AND MONROE STS.

Read the Daily classified columns.-
CHUBB HOUSE
Will be open during Summer
Session -- Tastes like home
-Try us - Chubb House is
a student boarding house.
209 SOUTH STATE STREET

SANQUIST INN

Ani Arbor
Savings Bank
Two Offices:
N. W. Corner Main and Huron S
707 N. University Ave.

SERVES MEALS THAT SATISFY

HOME COOKING

Separate

room for ladies and special accommodations
for fraternities.

FAMILY StYLE SERVICE

BOARD BYDAY OR WEEK

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