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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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WHAT'S GOING ON 8
Friday, 'July 7
5 p. m.-Geology of Niagara Falls.
(Illustrated). Prof. I. D. Sott.
T~n-- T C i nn asil m t I so t.

Religion.. Dr. H. Slonimsky, of Cin- " , Tr To
cinnati. 72.7 rdNSer j
p. m-The Safety of Surgical Op-
erations. Dean Hugh Cabot. ir
p. m.--Concert-Faculty of the Un- O ther
iversity School of Music. (Hill au-
--j Seven hundred- and twenty-seven
Wednesday, July 12 students from 221 other colleges and
p. m.-Excursion No. four.-Wind- universities in the country transferred
sor, Ontario; Belle Isle, and the De- to the literary college in the Univer-
troit River. Picnic to be held at sity during the year 1921-22. This
Belle Isle. figure does not include transfers to
p. m.-The Prophetic Religion of a any of the other 11 schools and col-
Life-Idealism. Dr. H. Slonimsky. leges of the University.

Natural tScience aua oriu
8 p..'"--Recital-Tennysor's'Maud."'
Prof. R D. T. Hollister. Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
Saturday, July 8
8 a. m.- cursion 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. m. Finish Burroughs plant
at 12 m. Lunch on Woodward ave-
nue; 1:15, trip through General
Motors building; 3 p. m2 visit Public
library. Trip ends at 4:30.%p. in.
2:30 p. in. - Presbyterian students
and friends meet at church for pic-
nic.
Sunday, July 9 .
3 p. ,.-Homoeopathic hospital sing
by Presbyterian students.V
6 p. m.-Social half hour of Presbyte4
rian church.
6:30 p. m.-Presbyterian C. E. meet-
ing, led by Miss Veo Foster.
Monday, July 10
5 p. m.-"Pubilc Utility Problems.
(Illustrated). Prof. H. E. Riggs.
8 p. m.-Building and Beautifying the
Community. (Illustrated). Dr. R.
E. Hieronymus, of the University of
Illinois.
Tuesday, July 11
5 p. m.-The Ethics of the Prophetic
White i an Laundry for qualityl
and service. Phone 165.--Adv.

INVITE MODIFICATION OF
3LUSCLE SHOALS OFFERS

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Washington, July 6.-A final oppor-
tunity to offer further modifications to
their proposals of the government's
power and nitrate projects at Muscle
Shoals, Ala., will be given to all bid-
ders whose offers have been consid-
ered by the Senate Agricultural com-
-mittee, Chairman Norris announced to-
day.
After an executive meeting of the
committee, Chairman Norris said let-
ters would be sent to the bidders in-
viting them to a meeting called at his

PICTURE DEPICTS
SCENES OF FRANCE
TAKEN DURING WAR
Scenes taken in France during the
war, and reconstruction since .the
signing of the armistice formed the
subject of the four-reel motion pic-
ture, "The lieritage of France," which
was shown at Natural Science audi-
torium last night. The first half of
the picture showed' the flight of the
refugees, and the wanton destruction

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Thursday, July 18
5 p. 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-Shakespeare's "Tam-
ing of the Shrew." Assist. Prof.
Louis M. Eich. (Sarah Caswell
Angell hall).
Saturday, July 15
8 a. m.-Excursion No. six-Detroit'
Creamery company and Detroit wat-
er works.
CARRIER WANTED
Student with bicycle to deliver
The Summer Daily. Apply today
at the office, Press building.

'Detroit Junior college held first
place, sending 86 of its students to
the University, Michigan State Norm-]
al college wes second with 47, follow-'
ed by Western State Normal with 32.1
{Of the out-of-state institutions rep-
resented, the University of Wisconsin
lost 13 students to Michigan, California
11, Pennsylvania 11, Ohio State 10,
Kansas 8,' and Illinois 7. The Uni-
versities of Maine, Texas, West Virgin-
ia, Vermont, Washington and 16 others
ranged from 1 to 5 students released to
the University of Michigan during the
year.
A total of 27 state universities were
represented in the 99 transfers from
state institutions alone.
Northwestern and Chicago univer-
sities lost to Michigan 27 of the 194
student who came from other than
state universities.
From far-off Aoyamma, school of
Tokio, a lone Japanese girl came to
Ann Arbor to begin her studies in a
new alma mater. From Chi-Li Norm-
al school,,, Tientsin, came a Chinese
girl, while Halle Lehrenseminar, Ger-
many, sent one representative.
Hixon's Body Taken Home
Mrs. Helen Hixon, motherof Charles
D.. Hixon, '23D, who was killed by a
policeman in Detroit early Tuesday
morning, arrived in Detroit yesterday.
She took the body of her son with
her to Marengo, Iowa, the home town
of the Hixon family, for burial.

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home here on Thursday, July 13. of property by the invading Germans.
-It ended with scenes contrasting
France before the war and after ,and
UNPAID SUBSCRIPTIONS I the relief work done by the American
committee.'
All unpaid subscriptions must The picture is the personal proper
be paid before July 15 or the $2 ty of Miss Anne Morgan, of New
rate will be charged. York, having been produced at her
Mail checks for $1.50 or call own expense for campaign purposes
in person at the Press building of the American Committee for De-
between the hours of 8 A. M. and - vastated France. This organization
5 P. M. is sending a delegat on of 100 women
to France this summer.
The film has been used for the past
week in connection with the election
Pay your Daily subscription at the ( of Detroit delegates, and was shown
Press Building,. Maynard Street.-Adv. last night in Ann Arbor through the
courtesy of Dr. Bertha C. Hartwig, of
Pa'tronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. Detroit.

FOURTH TRIP WILL COVER
BELLE ISLE AND WINDSOR
(Continued from Page One)
have a good time, free from academic
worries or anxiety about what we will
gain educationally from the excur-
sion."
The party leaves the Packard and
State street station at 1 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon. The return car
will leave Detroit at 7:30 o'clock of
the same day, arriving in Ann Arbor
at 9:50 o'clock. There is no objec-
tion, however, to members leaving
either ,earlier or later, if they so de-
sire. Those contemplating making
the trip should drop their iiame: in
'the box in Room 8, University Hla-l, by
6 o'clock Tuesday evening, July 11, to
allow the special car arrangements
to be made.
. A. C. )e n Resigns Pest
Adfiouncement has been received
here of the acceptance by the state
board of agriculture of the resignation
of Dean Mary E. Sweeny, as dean of
the home economics department at the
Michigan Agricurtural college. Miss
Sweeny has held this position for the
past year and a half.
Pay your Daily subscription at the
-Press Building, Maynard Street.-Adv.

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JUST RECEIVED!
"Youth" by G. Stanley Hall "Public Opinion"-Lrppmann
".banking and Business"- Willis and Edwvards
The 9merican Revolution- Van Tyne "Moiey "-Robertson
Wahr's University Bookstores

Pay your
$1.50.-Adv.

Daily subscription today.

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FAILINGS' DINING ROOMS

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Cool Clothes for Summer

Cool and Well Ventilated. Home Cooking.
714 Monroe Street, just off State Street.
One block south of Campus.

SUMMER DAILY TRYOUTS
WANTED

Palm Beach Suits from $10.00 up

BEST MEALS AT MODERATE PRICES

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Students attending the Sum-
mer session and who wish to try
out for positions on The Summer
Michigan Daily staff should re-
port between 1 and 5 o'clock
in the afternoon at the Press
building.
Tryouts for the business de-
partment should see Herold C.
Hunt, business manager; for the
editorial department, James
Young, city editor.
Don't forget to pay your Daily sub-
scription.-Adv.
Daily Wants Ads bring results.-Adv.

We also wish to emphasize the unusual values found in our Halifax
Tweeds and Golf Sweaters. You are always able to use these
clothes to advantage and that is one reason why they are so econom-
ical. Halifax Tweed suits complete are selling for $18.00. Don't
delay in making your selection because at this price they are going
fast.

READY TO WEAR

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French Ice Cream
with Strawberries
and Pistachio Nut
Our Delicious Temptation Brick
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PRE-I NVE NTORY SALE

For Summer Comfort-Use
Electrical Appliances

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Thursday to Saturday, Inclusive

The Electric fan

With each purchase of

At all our Dealefs 6c a qt.

Phone 2830

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Correspondence Stationery

will keep you cool all summer.
It costs less than a cent an hour
to run and will last a life-time.

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of any kind, at regular price,
you will receive
FREE OF CHARGE

If your clothes are not be-
coming to you, you had
better be coming to us
Swissilized Garments Stay Clean Longer

The Electric Grill
will cook right on the table.
is ideal for summer lunches.

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Correspondence Stationery of equal value in
.lined, colored or tinted papers. (White and
grey are not considered tints.)
The stock is of finest quality and includes
such well known makes as Crane's Linen
Lawn, Highland Linen, Hampshire, Hurd's,
Whiting's, etc.

The Electric Iron

enables you to do careful work
in the shortest possible time
and with the least effort. It is
clean, convenient and efficient.

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Pressing
Repairing
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