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HAT'S GOING ON
Saturday, July 8
m.--Excursion No. three-Bur-
ggh's Adding Machine company,
neral Motors building, and Public
rary, Detroit. Leave at 8 a. M.
ive at the Burroughs plant at
30 a. m. Finish Burroughs plant
12 m. Lunch on Woodward ave-
e; 1:15, trip through General
tors building; 3 p. m. visit Public
rary. Trip ends at 4:30 p. m.
p. m. - Presbyterian students
I friends meet at church for pic,
Sunday, July 9
m.-Homdeopathic hospital sing
Presbyterian students.
n.-Social half hour of Presbyte-
.n church.
p. m.-Presbyterian C. E. meet-
led by Miss Veo Foster.
Monday, July 10
m.-"Pubilc Utility Problems.
ustrated). Prof. H. E. Riggs.,
m.-Building and Beautifying, the
nmunity. (Illustrated). Dr. R.
Hieronymus, of thgUniversity of
nois.
Tuesday, July 11
m.-The Ethics of the Prophetic
igion. Dr. H. Slonimsky, of Cin-
nati.
m.-The Safety of SurgicalOp-
tions. Dean Huth Cabot.
m.-Concert-Faculty of the Un-
rsity School of Music. (Hill au
)rium).
Wednesday, July 12
m.-Excursion No. four.-Wind-
Ontario; Belle Isle, and the'De-
t River. Picnic to be held at
le Isle.
n.-The Prophetic Religion of a
e-Idealism. Dr. H. Slonimsky.
Thursday, July 13
n.-The Permanent Significance-
he Messianic Ideal. Dr. I-. Slon-
ky.
n.-Educational motion pictures.
Friday, July 14
p. m.-Excurison- No. flve-Niag-
Falls and vicinity. Under. the'
ction of Prof. I. D. Scott, via
higan Central railroad to Detroit.
-Inventory sale on correspond-,
stationery closes Saturday night.
Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade.--

5 p. m.-Experimental Demonstration
'of the Piroperties 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 N'o. six-Detroit
Creamery company and Detroit wat-
/ er works..
Monday, July 17'
5 p. m.-the Beginning of Vagabond
Literature. Prof. J. H. Hanford.
Tuesday, July 18
5 p. m. -- Water Supply of Ancient
Cities. (Illustrated). Prof. W. C.
Hoad.
8 p. m.-Important Facts About Can-
cer. Prof. Ruben Peterson.
Wednesday, duly 19
11 a. im.-Excursion No. seven-Cass
[echnical high school and Hotel Stat-
ler, Detroit. Trip ends at 5 p. m.
5 p. m.--Development of the French
Theater. (Illustrated). Dean John
R. Effinger.
8 p. m.-Concert-Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill au-
ditorium.)
UNIONTO GIVE SUMMER
SPTIH0NJULY127

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MOVIE COMPANY OPENS
SCHOOL FOR i-PLAYERSI

AS MORE ACTS ARE
THOSE WITH ABILITY
TO TRYOUT

NEEDED
URGED

Among the entertainments offered
to the Summer sessions student is*
the sunmer Spotlight, a vaudeville
offering by the Michigan Union. This
summer the affair will be staged at
Hill auditorium on Thursday night,
July 27. As this is the only chance
for students to do anything on the
stage during the Summer session,
there will be a better array of talent
available for this performance than
for the Spotlights of a similar nature
produced in the fall and spring, when
there are other outlets for campus
stage talent.,
At present there are several acts
in rehearsal but more are required. It
is impossible for those in charge to
know of all the talent in college, and
personally urge them' to come out.
Anyone with an idea of an unusual
act,' is urged to let those in charge
know of it. Tryouts 'will be held at
any time that is convenient and can
be arranged by calling Jack Briscoe
at 131.
Pay your Daily subscription at the
Press Building, Maynard Street.-Adv.

MUST MAINTAIN GOOD DEPORT-
MENT RECORD OR BE
EXPELLED
Los Angeles, Calif., July 7. -- The
Famous Players-Lasky corporation
has established a motion picture
school for its actors and actresses
here and has stipulated that any
"pupil" who fails to maintain seventy-
five percent standing in classes, at-
tendance and general deportment is
liable to dismissal from the company.
Every member of the Paramount
company, which is owned by the cor-
poration, is eligible for admission to
the school. "Unlike the student body
of most schools," reads as pamphlet
outlining the work, "the students in
this company are persons who already
have established reputations in their
life work of acting for the screen.
Therefore, the purpose of the school
is not to instruct the fundamentals
of screen art, except as such instruc-
tion may correct 'minor faults, but
to broaden the working knowledge of
the members of the company to the
end that they may increase their ver-
satility and have a wider outlook on
their art."
Rules Stringent
Two pages of the pamphlet are de-
voted to rules and regulations for
members. Among the regulations
are:
"Avoid alcoholic stimulants and late
hours.
"Although the stock in trade of the
members is their ability to portray
emotions, the place for such portrayal
is on the screen and not in the studio.
Temperament is a valuable asset, but
temperament out of control is a niis-
ance to yourself and everybody about
you.
"Be careful of the choice of your
associates outside the studio.
"Members are expected to avoid
places, people, circumstances and con-
duct which might in any way bring
themselves and the motion picture
profession into disrepute. Any mem-
ber failing strictly to observe this rule
is liable to instant dismissal from the
company"
Camp Dai
Notes
(By Phillip Wagner)
Camp Davis, July 5.-Mrs. Bouch-
ard, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. MacFarlan,
and Mrs. Young, wives of members of
the faculty, have been visiting the
camp.
Although several small forest fires
have been seen in this vicinity re-
cently, as yet none have touched Un-
iversity property.
Practically all of the students left
camp over' the Fourth of July.. A
large number visited Mackinac Island,
while most of the remainder attended
the celebration in Cheboygan,
Frof. H. B. Herrick, who has been
in China on leave of absence from
the University since August, 918, ar-
rived in camp today, and will take up
his duties as professor of surveying.
Professor Merrik, for the first year
and a half of his work, was associated
with a group of Ayerican engineers,
six of whom' were Michigan men.
These men had as their work,a thor-
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The £,nmerican Revolution-Van Tyne "oney "-*Robertson
Wahr's University Bookstores

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ough survey of the Grand canal, for
the purpose of improving and rebuild-
ing it
At the end of this time, Professor
Merrick was transferred to the Chihli
river commission, where bhe served
for two and one half years in the ca-
pacity of chief engineer in charge of
surveys. He "had under his charge a
staff of more than 60 engineers and
draftsmen, and approximately 350
coolies and helpers.
A baseball game has been scheduled-

with the Pellston team of the North-
ern league, for Saturday, July 8. The
camp team has been practicing regu-
larly and according to the camp.
scouts, have an excellent chance in,
the coming contest.
White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
Don't forget to pay your Daily sub-
scription.-Adv.
Daily Wants Ads bring results.--Adv.

Every pair of Women's Oxfords in this house will be reduced Today to a figure
lowyer than their average actual cost. These oxfords are of high quality and
are made by the master "Red Cross" Shoemakers. NONE BETTER.

Girls of Betsy Barbour dormitor
enjoyed a unique dinner, in the fora
of a cabaret, FridIfy night. Costume
ranging from the sublime to' the r
diculous, were worn and the idea wa
further carried out by dancing be
tween courses in the dining hal
Later folk dances and several Japan
ese readings were given. A Virgini
reel completed the evening's enter
tainment and the girls voted to hav
a similar' entertainment in the nea
future.

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One price

This Sale includes all the late flat heel
models in patent leather oxfords and
pumps, smoke horse ;and other tu-
tone oxfords in brown calf-skin.
All are reduced to
$5.75 x

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White Oxfords are also included at this
price. Among them are the flat heel ox-
fords and pumps with kid and patent
leather instep saddles
They all go at
$5.75

All Shoes are
Fiffed, by
X-Ray

O' KANE & H ERTLER
Footwear

For Men

335 SO. MAIN ST.

For Women

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'S CHURCH SERVICES

Division and Catherine Sts,

Presbyterian Church
1Ruron ant IvtDton Streets
Zeonarb U. Marett I.
Mnfster
Secretarpfor fersit Tent

A. M.-Holy Communion.
A. M.-Morning Prayer and
mon by the Rev. George
khurst of All Saints' Church,
oklyn, Mich.

Morning service at 10:30.
Theme-"The Problem of
Waste."
First in a series on "Aspects of the
,Present Day Moral Struggle."
Noon :student class. at s11:45.
Dr. G. Carl Huber speaks on
"Science and Religion."
Hospital Sing at Homoeopathic
Hospital at 3:0o.
Social half-hour at,6:oo.
C. E. at 6:30. Miss Veo Foster
leads on topic "Blessings of Free-
don.'

Orvol
High Quality
GuaranteedAl
Hose for Men
Here we are, back to the
days of assured service in
men's hosiery.
"ORvo" is the, guaranteed,
high-quality lisle or silk hose
for men.
The guarantee means exact-
ly what it says: No darning
necessary, during the periodsl
specified.
Without Darning
Means freedom from a very
great nuisance; a nuisance
for the wearer and for the
woman who has to mend.
Get away from it now by
buying "ORvo" at these'
prices.
Thread Silk
4 Pairs $2-00
4 Monthse

RAIN WATER SHAMPOOS
Marcelling Manicuring
Water Waving,
Mrs. T. L. Stoddard
Tel. 2652 707 N. Universlty

lIllIIm IIIllI Itistllisllfill IIIIIII II
SEVEN ROOW M/0USE
r f FOR SALE
CALL 1471M or 1939M

PR E-IVENTORY SALE
Thursday to Saturday, Inclusive
With each purchase of
Correspondence Stationery

angers and Students
always welcome.

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

itarian Church
State and Huron Sts.
HY S. ROBINS, Minister.

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FIRST BAPTIST
-CHURCH
Rev. R. Edward Sayler,.
Minister

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

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July 9, 1922.
GMPHASIS IN RELIG-
ION TODAY."
ten-minute addresses on
i by three laymen, Pro-
in F. Shepard, Mr. M. E.
Hfr. C. C. Freeman. The
onducted by Mr. George
r. 10:35 A. M.
ivided man into men that
ht help each other."
-Seneca.

Sunday Morning Subject
10:30
"The Limitation of Law."
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The Students' Guild meets at
Guild House,, following morn-
ing worship at noon. Rev.
Howard R. ;Chapman directs
. tht study in the Gospel of
Mark.

(MO.. SYNOD)

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Cor. Third apd West auron Sts.
C. A. BRAUER, Pastor
Mr. Smukal, a theological, stu-
dent of Detroit, will preach at
9:30 A. M. and 11:30 A. M.

SPECIAL PRICE
J. F.Wuerth Co..
Fashion Park Clothiers
Next to Wuerth Theatre

0. D. MORRILL ,

17 Nickels' Arcade
OPEN EVENINGS

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