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iversity Paleontologist
After Prehistoric loropus

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ence, Kan., July 11. - H. T.1
curator of paleontology'at the"
sity of Kansas, is now encamped
Agate Springs Quarry, Agate
s, Neb., on. a six weeks' hunt-
p. What the spoils from the trip
is not yet determined, althougli
rtin insists that he may return
everal rhinroceroses, deer, and
,f all, a humped back moropu
moropus is the real object of
arin's trip. Natives of the Ne-
,n wilds holding the wierd ani-
Lre confident of its appearance
since its stamping ground was
ered by scientists as early as.

nection with his work with the Uni-
versity of Kansas. Mr. Martin was
accompanied by E. R. Hall of Law-
rence, and Neil Thornburg of Winches-
ter, both students at the university]
here.
WILL USE SCEEN L
MEDIUM FOR EDUCATION
IN NORML COLLEGES

Wednesday, July 12.
1 p. m.-Excursion No. four.-Win
sor, Ontario; Belle Isle, and the D
troit River. Picnic to be held;
Belle Isle.
6 p. m.-The Prophetic Religion of,
Life-Idealism. Dr. H. Slonimsky.
Thursftay, July 13
5 p. m.-The Permanent Significan
of the Messianic Ideal. Dr. H. Slo
imsky.
8 p. ra.-Educational motion picturE
Friday, July 14
2:30 p. m,-Excurison N% five--Nia
ara Falls and vicinity. Under t
- direction of Prof. I. D. Scott, v
Michigan Central railroad to Detro
5 p. m.-Experimental Demonstrati
of the Properties of Liquid Air.
8 p. m.-Recital-Shakespeare's "T.P
Ing of the Shrew." Assist. Pr
Louis M. Eich. (Sarah Casw
Angell hall).

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1 CHINESE CA MN WA1tFCZNTED ,Lynch Discovers
Title Lx ensive
(Contmu-d from Page One)on1ite Expe siv
throw of the Mancha Dynasty the new-
I ly established government existed for New York, July 11.-Joe Lynch has
d- only 13 months before it was recogniz- to pay nearly $10,000 out of his own
e- ed. Much longer than, this have we pocket for the privilege of wearing
at] been proving ourselves able to run a the bantamweight championship crown
stable government, but \due to the con- again.
a tinuous counter efforts of the Peking When the receipts and expenses of
government, we are still unrecognized. last night's fight in which Johnny Buff:
"Our government represents not a was dethroned, were checked up to-
few thousands of people, but many day, it was found that the "gate" was
Ce millions. Other governments in the $9,150.35 short of the guarantee of
n world which have not existed as lon'g $30.000. Under 'the tern's of agree-
as ours, and which do not represent anent, Buff was to receive this' sum if
es. nearly so many people, have been rec- he lost his title.
ognized by the powers. I might also There were 14,293 paid admissions,
add that most of the overseas Chinese but by the time the expenses, govern-
g- favor the Southern government. But ment 'and state taxes were paid, there
he because of-propaganda not favorable was not enough ,left to make up the
via to our case the foreign powers pay lit- guarantee to Buff.
it. tle attention to us. So )u see we are Boxing authorities said it was the
on forced to light for our existence.' first time in ring history in America:
--- - - ------ that a fighter won a title without re-
mSE A SH OR E TI T ceiving a cent, to say nothing of pay-
of. TO TONIGHT ing a big sum tothe Aefeated man,
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Ur. Martin does not anticipate much
uble in overcoming the moropus.
e chief difficulty, he said, will be iii
ling it, as it has been. in hiding
ne fifty or sixty thousand years.
Would Be Rare Specimen
:f the hunt 'is successful, the ex-
rer will present his find to the Un-
rsity of Kansas as a rare speci-
i. The fossilized- skeleton alone
1 reward his search, as the animal
s long been extinct.
The moropus elates, to call it by its
entific name, lived in prehistoric
braska and Dakota, in company wit>
veloping-races of dogs, rhinoceroses,
or, tapirs, camels and cats.
Restorations of the moropus show
odd picture of an animal resembl-
both a horse and a lion. It has
tiorselike head, with eyes set well
wn toward the nose, a humped and
ping back ending in a short ropey
1, and heavy feet with three toes
ling in, enormous claws. Its hind
,s are shorter than the forelegs,
1e its long neck is considered well
apted to stripping the leaves from
es which are believed to have been
fnn .

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Lansing, July 11,-Believing that
motion pictures, within the next few
years, will become almost as impor-
tant a factor in education .as text
books, courses in motion picture me-
chanics will be inaugurated in the
four Michigan normal, colleges next
fall, Thomas E. Johnson, state su-
perintendent of public instruction, an-
nounced today.
It will be necessaIty to t'ain teach-
ers. to operate motion picture ma-
chines to carry out plans already laid
by the state for introducing motion
pictures into the schools, according to
Mr. Johnson. Next fall the state de-
partment of education will establish
a distributing station for educational,
films.

Prof. A. H. Blancliard, of the
way engineering department, wa
rested Moday by Traffic Officer
Arnold 'for speeding.
When arraigned before J
John D. Thomas, Professor Blan
pleaded guilty and was fined $1
costs.
The professor smiled. 'I am
liever in highway safety mysel
said
HOSPITAL HAS TW(
PASTEUR PATIE
Two patients are now tabin
Pasteur treatments at the Univ
hospital. Frank McCalla, 9, s
Charles McCalla, Ann Arbor R.
No. 6, was taken to the hosptia
morning to begin the treatment,
ing been scratched by the faml:
about June 17. . The dog has
developed a postitive case of rat
George S. Tompkins 70, of
view, is the other patient now t
the treatment. eH was bitten by
at Battle Creek. Tests prove(
cat to be mad.
WALKOUT FAILS TO 1INDER
CO-OPERATIVE COAL III
(Continued from Page One)
shafts. The agreement betwee
company and the men is said
rather loose, permitting. disco:
ance on short. notice.
Organizers for tlhe union say
all the men who are working G
Sheridan mines have become
tors and thereby have put
selves out of the union.

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Saturday, July 15!
8 a. ii.--Excursion No. 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 15
5 p. m. - Water Sullply of Ancient
Cities. (Illustrated). Prof. W. C.

Those who took the Seashore tests
for iusical capacity last Wednesday
night will be given the tests for the
; cofd and final time at 7:30 o'clock
ihis vvening in Natural Science audi-.
torium. Although it was planned at
first to give the tests three times, it
has bedn decided to copelude the ser-
ies tonight. It is imperative thflt all
those who took the tests last week be
UCVO 13r their sCCOl1(l trial tonight.
The scores of the ldividuals and their
relaoivo ratings in each of' the tests
will be given out next week.
So.vay Athletic Club, Whitmore
Lak, special frog, fish, and chicken
dinners. Room and board by day or
week .-Adv. /

LABOR, EXECUTIVE hEADS '
HASTEN TO ATTEND P,, RLEY
(Continued from Page One)
their origAnal attitude that the rail-
roads deal with the six international
shop unions as a whole.
Clerks, Freight Men Go Out.
Cincinnati, July 11.-Between 1,500
and 1,700 clerks and freight han-
dlers, express and station employes
are on strike on the Norfolk and
Western railroad, according ,to infor-
mation retching h,eadquarters here
from E. H. Fitzgerald, president of the
brotherhood of railway and steamshi
ecerks, freight handlers, express and
station employes.
Daily Wants Ads bring results.-Adv.

Purchase Films
The films are to be purchased
right by the state and rented to
schools. After the next school

out-
high
years

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p. m.-Important Facts About Can-
cer. Prof, Ruben Peterson,
Wednesday, July 19

Thilrty-Fifthi Trip
is is the thirty-fifth trip made by
Martin in\ his search for fossils.
ity of his trips were made in con-
n's Suit Sale/ "Nothing Reserv-
it J. F. Wuerth Company's.-Adv.
iite Swan Laundry for quality
service. Phone 165.-Adv .
y' your Daily subscription.,, at the
s Building, Maynard Street.Adv.
orest Lunch
EAN AND COOL
OPEN ALL SUMMER'
REST AVE. NEAR SO. UNIVE'S'TY

it is planned to enlarge the cinema
program by using not only purchasedt
films, but films depicting Michigan
industries and institutions, manufac-
, tured under the supervision of the
state department of education.
According to Superintendent John-
son, preliminary tests have proveni
the educational value of films. Stu-
dents in, manual training, classes, hie
asserts, pi(, up the rudiments of
bench or lathe work many times fast-
er if theyare firstshown the proc-
esses cif the work they are to under-
take i;t pictures. The same fact ap-
plies to natural history, botany, zo-
ology, chemistry and physics, he
states.
Within a few years he expeets that
the motion picture phase of educa-
tion will have been developed to a
point where literaturet nd history
will be taught thlrough the medium of
well acted plays on the screen.
Mr. Johnson's idea of making mo-
tion pictures a vital factor in educ-
tion already has been indorsed by the
state administration. A : fund has
been granted him 'for the establish-
ment of a distributing station for]
films next fall. He plans to ask the
1923 legislature for a budget to fur-
ther develop the idea,.
, SrOTLIT A SATED

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ler, Detroit. Trip ends at 5 p. m.
p, m.--Development of the French
Theater. (Illustrated).,- Dean John
R. Effinger.
p. m.-Concert-Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill au-
ditorium.)

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Thursday, July1 0
5 p. m,-The Teacher College Move-
ment. Charles McKenny, president
of Michigan State Normal college,
Ypsilanti.
8 p. m.-Michigan Union Spotlight
entertainment. (Hill auditorium.)
Friday, July 21
5 p. m.-"A Program for'the New Su-
perintendent." . Mr. M. W. Long
man, Superintendent of Schools,
'iuskegon.
8. P. xn.-"Problems of the Near East."
(Illustrated). Prof. P. W. Kelsey.
Saturday, July 22
8 a. m.---Excursion No. eight-Detroit
News. building, and Michigan State
Telephone. company, Detroit. Arrive i
at 10 a. m. Lunch there, followed by
a trip through the telephone com-
pany's plants.,
You can buy odd trousers to match'
your suit for 20 per cent less at J. F.
Wuerth Company's.-Adv. %
Spegial Sale on Men's. Guaranteed
Hose at J. F. Wuerth Company.-Adv.
Pay -your Daily subscription today.
$1.50.-Adv.

BARGAIN
COUNTER

A A " 1 Educational and

11 a. m.-Excursion No. seven-Cass
'rechnical high school and Hotel Stat-

Fif ty Cents

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Of special interest to Summer School Teachers
and Students. . New titles added daily.

WAH R'S

UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORES

BRING YOUR IDEAS TO THE
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM
We i] make iuse of them and the best
1eIhr zuto ni'ke-your si Oes. Bringz your
repair~s to o)ur 1factoat5341"ORNESTI

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H UBB H OUSE
Vill be open during Summer
ession - Tastes like home
-Try us - Chubb House is
student boarding house.
209 SOUTH STATE STREET

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More acts are needed for the
Summer Spotlight, which will
be held July 27 in Hill auditor-
- ium. Anyone who has arn act
-j or an idea for one is requested
to telephone Jack Briscoe at 131.

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RIBBONS
Special heavy Silk Ribbonsk
black and gray,
25c.
Decorated Silver, Gold,
Brown, Blue, Yellow,
Hand Painted.
Watch' Mesh Bracelets in
\ green and yellow gold.
HALLER & FULLER'
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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HOW ABOUT
THESE?
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Covered fancy $- .9
Hampers - -
Guaranteed Carpet
Sweepers ---98
Landry ..39
Kits - - - -
Graniteware Specials
Kettles, Pails, etc., 6 '
dollar values, -
Straw Hats
= rom- Ocp
Stationery=
r We are closing some extra good
a - -grades at 1-4 less.
Shirts, Hosiery and-
Underwear
Men, if you' want to save, try=
this store fo'r these items.
Many new things in DISHES.
H E WAG' S
209-211 East Washngton Street
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Ann Arbor,
Savings Bank
Two Offices:
W. Corner Main and Huron'St.
707 N. University Ave.

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Books-Bargain Counter-50, each
at Wahr's University Bookstore.-
Adv.

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of experience we unhesitatingly de
that no one should be without a resit
birglary insurance policy. Burg
are especially numerous this seas
the year when so iany are awa
vacation trips. We ' pay for l
goods and damage to the bul
You will find it of interest to tal
matter over with
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INSURANCE
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Wuerth Company.-Adv.

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