THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
WHAT'S GOING ON
sity School of Music. Hill auditor- STUDENTS WILL MAKE TOUR
ium. OF FORD MOTOR FACTORYj
FOR SUMMER SESSION
Sunday, July 2
3 p. m.Meeting of Student
teers, Lane hail.
Thursday, July 6
5 p. m.--The Child Artist. (
ed). Prof. H. S. Mallory.
8 p. m.--Educationlal motion
Monday, July 8
5 p. m.--The Human Aspect of Words-
worth's Potery. Prof. S. F. Ginger-
ich. Natural Science auditorium.
Wednesday, July 5
12 m.-Excursion No. two-Ford Mot-
or company, Highland Park. Leave
at 12 m. Arrive at plant about
2:45 p. m. Trip ends about 4:15 p.
5 p. m.-The German Longe Range
Gun. (Illustrated). Prof. H. W.
Miller. Natural Science auditor-
8 p. m.--Concert-Faculty of Univer-
Friday, July 7
5 p. m.-Geology of Niagara Falls.
(Illustrated). Prof. I. D. Sott.
Natural Science auditorium.
8 p. m.-Recital-Tennyson's "Maud."
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister. Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
Saturday, July 8
a. m.-Excursion No. three-Bur-
rough's Adding Machine company,
General Motors building, and Public
Library, Detroit. Leave at 8 a. m.
Arrive at the Burroughs plant at
10:30 a. im. Finish Burroughs plant
at 12 m. Lunch on Woodward ave-
nue; 1:15, trip through General
Motors building; 3 p. m. visit Public
library. Trip ends at 4:30 p. m.
RAIL PERATIONS GO O ANU
WHEN SHOP MEN WALKOUT
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in order that adequate extra car ser-
vice may be assured.
The estimated cost of the trip is
slightly over $2, which includes car-
fare both ways, and the evening meal
in Detroit. If a sufficient number
wish to have dinner in a group, ar-
rangements will be made with St.
Johns Arbor cafe for the evening meal.
Lunch should be secured before leav-
ing., The car leaves the Packard and
State street station for Detroit at 12
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v$edtonatend except that small
children, for obvious reasons, can-
not be admitted. Children who are
studying In the School of Music or
elsewhere may secure cards of admis-
sion by applying at the University
School of Music.
The program is as follows:
Waltz in E minor (posthumous).
Waltz in D flat major (post-
Fantaistie-Impromptu, Op. 66 ....
Mr. Burton Garlinghouse
Aria: Voce di donna, (La Gioconda)
Miss Nora B. Wetmore
Sonata in E minor, Op. 7.....Grieg
Dedication ............... Schumann
L'heure exquise Schlesinger
A Feast of Lantedns ......... Bantack
Miss Ava Comin, accompanist.
SUMMER SESSION PROGRAM
FOR WOMEN'S LEAGUEnGIVEN
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The first affair given by the league
this summer was a lawn party given
last Thursday afternoon on the ter-
race of the Martha Cook building, one
of the dormitories for women. At
this time, refreshments were served
and an- opportunity was given the
women to meet Miss Helen C. Bishop,
the acting dean of women as well as
to meet and, get better acquainted
with their co-workers for the sum-
mer. Mary Griswold, '21. made ar-
rangements to have the guests shown
through the dormitory which is now
closed for the summer.
Membership in the league is still
open to women enrolled in the Sun-
mer session. The fee is 25 cents and
may be paid to Reba Hadley, '23, at
419 North Division street or at the
office of the dean of women.
Thomas, Rhetoric Instructor, to Leave
H. Roger Thomas, instructor in the
rhetoric department, now working on
his master's degree, has received a call
from the University of Texas which he
has accepted. Mr. Thomas will as-
sume his duties in te department of
comparative literature at the Univer-
sity of Texas, Sept. 1.
For a limited number of
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AT THE THEATERS
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' I7Nickels Arcade
and Stationery Store
RAIN WATER SHAMPOOS
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Majestic - Jack Holt in "The
Man Unconquerable"; com-
Arcade - "The Arabian Love,"
comedy and news.
Wuerth-Betty Compson in "For
Those We Love"; Francill,' Thej
Orpheum- Constance Talmadge
in "Goodnight Paul"; semedy.
N. W. Corner Main and Huron St.
707 N. University Ave.
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Sweaters - tuxedo sweaters of all silk and of
fibre silk come in the gayest of summer hues.
They have two pockets and a belt and some
have long fringe that hangs nearly to the bot-
tom of the accompanying skirt. They Are
priced from $12.50 to $25.00.
Silk Slip-over Sweaters
To the college girl a slip-over sweater of silk
is an absolute necessity for the summer ses-
sion. Such a sweater is cool - the coolest
sort of apparel and when worn with a smart
sports skirt completes a costume that is mod-
ish a well as comfortable. These sweaters
come in pure white, delicate colors, bright
colors, and even dark shades. Priced $4.
SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES
Cor. Division and Catherine Sts,
7:85 A. M.-Holy Communion.
10:80 A. M.-Holy Communion
and Sermon by the Rev.
George Backhurst of Brook-
Students and other strangers
State and Huron Sts.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister.
lluron anb Vivision Streets
1leonart 21. IMarretttEXD.
Secretary for tUnhersetth en
Morning Service at 10:30.
Noon Bible Class for Summer
Students at 12:00. Prof. Fran-
cis W. Kelsey speaks on Inci-
dents in the Lite of Paul.
C. E. Meeting at 6:30.
Topic: Team-work - Helps
Rev. R. Edward Sayles,
Sunday Morning Subject
"Restoration of Soul.
The Students' Guild meets at
Guild House, following morn-
ing worship at noon. Rev.
Howard R. )Chapman directs
the study in the Gospel of
and Mechanics Bank
A pleasant, conven-
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to transact your
101-105 South Main St.
330 South State St.
New Sports Skirts
to hear ith Siveaters
Of course every college girl will need at least
one smart sports skirt for wear with hev
sweater or some light blouse. Some are of
white flannel with green or orange stripes -
others are of fancy woven silk materials in
plain white with a fancy stripe or in white
with a colored stripe. In fact there are skirts
to please every taste. Priced $9.75 each.
J Member of the Federal Reserve
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Cor. Third and West Huron Sts.
C. A. BRAUER, Pastor
toh ear ivith the Sports A ttire
To complete the sports costume there are
chic little hats of white felt. Some are of the
plain felt with bindings and bands of grosgrain
ribbon, while others are of sewed felt and have
novelty ornaments for trimmings. These hats
bend easily to fit individual faces and are
especially attractive. Priced $3.00, $4.50,
$5.00, $7.50 and $8.50.
YOU WILL FIND THE
July 2, 1922
ADVENTURE OF WORLD
"Better to perish than to hate
and fear, and twice as far bet-
ter to perish than to make one-
self hated or feared--this must
some day become the supreme
maxim, of every political com-
Divine services 9:30 and 11:30
No evening services.
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