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GOING ON

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Fritday, July 14M
p. m.-Niagara excursion party
ves Huron street or Packard'!
SState streets interurban sta-'
a. for Detroit via D. J. and C. elec-
railway.7
m.-Experimental Demonstration
the Properties of Liquid Air.
p. m-Lutheran students' outin~g
the river. Meet at 420 West Lib-I
y street. Everybody welcome.
m.- Dance at Michigati Union.
al Wilson orchestra.
n.-Recital-Shakespeare's "Tam-
of the Shrew." Assist. Prof.
its M. Eich. (Sarah .Caswell:
gell hall).
Saturday, July 15
m.-Excursion No. six-Dletroit
amery company and Detroit wat-
works.
Monday, July, 17
m.-The Beginning of Vagabond
erature. Prof. J. H. Hanford.
Tuesday, July 18
m. - Water Supply of Ancient.
es. (Illustrated). Prof. W. -C;.
ad.
m.-Important Facts :About Can-
Prof. Ruben Peterson.'
Wednesday, July 19 /
m.-Excursion No. seven--Cass
alcal high school and :Hotel Stat-
Detroit. Trip ends at 5i p. m.
m.-Development of the French
pater. (Illustrated). Dean John
Effinger.
n.-Concert---Faculty of the U~ni-
sity School of Music. (Hill au-
riusn.)
Thursday, July 2Q
m-The Teacher College Move-
at. Charles McKenny, president
Michigan State Normal" college,
alanti.
Friday, July 21
a.-"A Program for the New Su-
intendent." Mr. M. W. Long-
a, Superfintendent of Schools,
ikegon.
n.-"Problems of the Near East.":
ustrated). Prof. F. W. Kelsey.
Saturday, July 22.
n.-Excursion No. eight-Detroit
vs building, 'and Michigan State
ephone company, Detroit. Arrive
0 a. m. Lunch there, followed by
r'ip through the telephone comn
y's plants.
Monday, July 24
i.-"Slberian Experiences." Prof.
3. Packard, University of Rloch-

versity School 'of Music. (Hill audi- ] f77e{fa may be sent to a Madid museum for tz
torl~im.) " +l I fear some rich American ,will get M,~
them). be
Thursday, July 27 Innsbruck, Austria-M Thitcherin, w
5 P. mn.-4'Our Future Health Pro- Russian foreign minister, ha ..gone to j ' G NME
gram. Prof. John Sundwal. Berlin. STHIA NE GOIFNI .TCI
8 p. m-Educational motion pictures. -A G FM TC
18:00 p. m-Mvichigan Union Spotlight Berlin-Thirty were killed or hurt
in Tll auditorium. in, an explosion of an ammunition Michigan will e represented by two
-, supply 'depot at Groden, near Cux- I ~c~,Grlt9n F. Wells, of th rhetoric
Friday,. July 28 havn. department, and Hugh Smith, '24,1
r5p. m.--"Building "of Per'sonnei in Ed- ___ the annual state golf ntournament at
yucation" and PFI~i~ hlpp oro eIlint, July' 19 to 22.
8 P. m.-"Pu~blicity in Education." Mr. PrsPic hlpeBubnd
R. G. Jones, Superintendent of. Braganza, second son, of the late Both players entered in the tourna-
Schools, Cleveland. Prince Louis, count of Aquila, is dead. inept at Lochmoor Country club this
1 sprj~g, and both qualified for the
Saturday, July 29 Corunna, Spain-A Glician express championship first flight, although
- 6 a. m.-Excursion Noo. ten-Put-in- hit an Austrian mail train near Van- te eeltrotlse.sihI
Bay, Lake ,Ere. Under the dire- ecia; 28 dead, 30 hurt switch opened a member of the Varsity golf team
I tion of Prof. . 0. Scott, via Michigan by mistake). corenn6dr Wells hasetteAn1 Atr
Central railway to Detroit and inasmuch as the championship almost
steamer to Put-in-Bay. Return to London-Well built homes are go- invariably goes to a Detroit player,
Ann Arbor about 11 p. in. ing up at Felthar, a suburb, one a it will be no small honor if a Michi-
tI day; the workers are directed by J. H. gun man should win it,
S ic s Sev sTaylr, a Canadian. _._.AN _..___,>ENT
Berlin-Search for arms around , l~~'~D.W ~
Madgburg, Saxony, revealed 12300 car- I '" E 1,C i.1'H
As Tneater tor
bines, 30 light machine guns and 29'I.
I H ygioene .Plays man-sized machine guns, besides a lot l DrFrederick. B. Wahr was 'present-
____of ammunition. ed with a sterling silver pitcher and P
- two strling silver flower vases by
Health plays in the Mary Gay SuP London-Funding the British' war I a ~r al usrpintdy
tcase theater will be gi en by Stel debt to America, reported under con- $l50.--Adv. u al usrpintdy
Booth from 2 to 4 o'clock this aft.. sideration, is discussed widely by the 0-
noon in room 321. of the Natural SSd- press; the Morning Post says it is rid-
enge building. icuous-to assume there will be early
Mis Both s a grduae nrse payment of the whole sum at [one
time.BARGAIN'
public health work and is the auth ___
3and owne' of the health plays used Pr Brussels--Negotiations; having brok- COUNTER F
-the Mary Gay Suitcase theater. Th'. en down on redeeming the six billion
theater is a box the size and shapet marks Gernny circulated in Belgium
xa suitcase completely fitted up as during the ;war, the government has O f .Special 1i
xminiature stage, with doll actors At decided to liquidate them througlber- and ,Studer
ting the proportions of the stage. man property sequestered.,
-Plays in this theater are now- usr WA
-by 21. states in rural schools ane Ahiendabad, India-lazrat Mohan,A
small town schools in teaching hab- All-India Moslem League president, __________________
its of personal hygiene. They are a* has been acquitted by the lbigh court
so being used by national associh. of the charge of inciting war (he was_
tionis, universities, and colleges a' sentenced to. two" years fin prison,
t well as departments of health s: May 4).
over the country. _____
Miss Booth impersonates Mary Ga London-Sir Thomas ~len-Cots, ~
t ep i i a o or t e t e t ri e .S ' c a r a of J ,& P .C a s Lt.will give the plays this afternooc er liberal m em ber of parliam ent, 76-- "
primarily for Mrs. Bartlett's class it years old, is dead; he was created a{ i
public health nursinig, but the pub' baronet in 1894; his wife, who was,
is invited and also any children whc Elise Agnes Walker, daughter of Alex-
wish to coin. ander Walker, Montreal, died in 1910A N N
LLRAYOUSES Madrid-The newspaper Debate hasANN A B0R
adispatch from Soria saying Leon HIj, 0RIN
PIONEER PROJECT Levi was arrested for trying to take ~ REPARNG
t12th century mural painting from San A rp LAING
"This university is a pioneer in Baudillo church, after their report- H A ,~ - BLOCKING
athe library course which it offers," ed sale by some person to Levi, who atifaction Guaranteed -
said Librarian. William W. Bishop is said to have been acting for J. P 2 atLbrySre
yesterday, in speaking of the enroll- Morgan of America. (The paintings16 5E s ,-e ryS et
m*ent in University Library courses.
"So far as I know there is no place : : .- ...._ .. .....--- - ---.....____........-<........
either in this country' or abroad i
where the same thing can be ob-=?
Itwined in the time allowed for it with tdtwtwr hiest ere:
Fifty per cent more "students than {
last summer are enrolled in the Li
ten~~tra %. oftenubrarloleega
brary school this year and one-guarY
~te of ie prressed ewithlthe gay i
pates. now in full swimn 00::
which summer school students ex
ceed the entrance requirements, even '
these are higher than at any others
school of the kind in 'the country
said Mr. Bishop.
The most popular course of the Sp inI.u" e
summer curriculum; Judging from th Sp i g ad.u je
number enrolled, is the course in Li-
brary methods; 28 students are taking .
this course, as against 56 registered arLLJ I I , VVo
last year.. Cataloguing ranks next3
with 60 students enrolled. -
High school library courses hia' y _ .~ A1L~. o

doubled their numbers' since last;
year. Most of those enrolled are fronTl l
D etroit." M any are from the platoonsc o l w i h ar e u t i d o fjI
there. Miss Clara Howard, of Shen-I'
ley High School, Pittsburgh, is I-
charge, giving courses in the sele -
ti on of books for high Sebool I-;
ries.
Typewriters for sale and rent. 0.
D. Mlorrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade.--Adv. F'!
Don't forget to paiy your Daily sub-
scriptiwi.--Advy.
Daily Wanrts Ads bring results..-Adv. . ..*n..m* ...

,he Gun and Blade club last nigh[.
Members of the club went down in a
idy to his home. The presentation
vhs adeby the prealdent and Dr.-
V-ahr re-sponded.
All unpaid subscriptions musts
be paid before July 15 or the $
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Mail checks for $1.50 or call1
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Miajestic-Ethel Clayton in
the Defense"; Sunshinec
edy.

Arcade-Alice Lake
comedy and news.

in

Wu erth - "The Light in t
Clearng," an Irving Bachell
play, anid comedy.
OrpeumChalesRav in
AV. P"; comnedy and nev

SPOTLIGHT ACTS WA'-)'ED1
More acts are needed for the
Summer Spotlight, which will
be held July 27 in Hill auditor-
ium. Anyone who has an act
or ;an ilea for one is requestedl
td telepl:horne Jack Briscoe at 131?.f
Pay your Daily sut Scr~ption: at the
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C a_ .rrick (Detr6 it) -"Shaving s
Facialmassaing, arc elling,
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Mrs Flrence Wilson Dimattiq-
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-Recital-The class in
n Reading. (Sarah
1 hail).

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Tuesday, July. 25
m.-"Rock GardensJ " (Illustrat-.
I). , Prof. A. Tealdi.
m.-"Noah Webster as Epidemiol-
ist.'" Prof. A. S. Warthin.
Wednesday, July 26
m .-Excursion No. nine--Cadillac
'otr company, Detroit. Leave at
p. in.; arrive at 2:35. Trip ends
out 4:30-5 p. mn.
*m.-"Bridge Construction. (I1-
strated). Prof. L. M. Gram.
m.-Concert--Fac~ulty of the Un-
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Ve will make use of them and the best
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pairs to our factory at 534 FOREST
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/i11 be open during Summer
esslofl- Tastes like home
-Try us -- Chubb House is
student boarding house.
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