May Be Air "Prairie Shooner"
Harding Party Is
Bound For South
Seward, Alaska, July 20.-(By A.P.)
-The naval transport Henderson with
President Harding, Mrs. Harding and
their party aboard, left here early to-
day, steaming out of Resurrection bay'
through the recently christened Har-
ding gateway and turning her prow
Although the chief executive will
visit three more Alaska cities-Valdez,
Cordova and Sitka-he is enroute to-
ward the United States for the first
times since he left Tacoma, Wash.,
July 5. The Henderson is due to ar-
rive at Valde' today and the party is
to be taken out a ways on the auto-
mobile road connecting Valdez with
the Richardson highway, Alaska's
north and south main road.
The president spent yesterday af-
ternoon working on speeches which
he will deliver on the Pacific coast af-
ter returning to the states July 27.
VISITORS' NIGHT ATTRACTS
1 0 PEOPLE TO OBSERVATORY
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an eastern standard clock and which
yesterday had a 8-100 second time
correction; the seismograph which
waicii recorus he time ouservations
of the meridian circle; and the 37 1-2
inch telescope which has no eye-piece
but which is used merely for research
and for photographing the spectrum
of the stars. Thbze were explained
by Pr.of. W. C. Rufus.
Tickets have been distributed for
Monday and Tuesday evening when
the observatory will again be open to
records earthquakes; a chronograph visitors.
Closing out all SUMMER HATS
Ladies, Misses and Children
$1'.19 to, $4.98
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o of new Curtis V-2 helicopter, showing canvas hood which is expected to enable it to rise vertically
Tests will be made shortly with the new Curtis V-2 helicopter to learn whether it is developed, enough to
'it in the contest for the $250,000 British air ministry prize. The design is entirely different from those of
r helicopters. The Curtis craft has a 15-foot U-shaped tunnel of wood, aluminum and canvas. Air driven
this tunnel by two motors driving 10-foot propellers is expected to
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enable the machine toTrise vertically.
l LY OffICIAL B U LLETIN
.ication in the Bul etin is constructive notice to all members'?f the
'ersity.. Copy rece'lved in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
me 3 SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1923 Number 105
en's Educational Club:
legular meeting on Monday, July 23, at 7
e. Mr. Clarence Kingsley, State Inspector
ors' Night at the Observatory:
'he supply of tickets has been exhausted.
p. in., at Betsy Barbour
of Schools in Massachu-
E. H. KRAUS.
nts. College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
lhile the office ofthe College of Literature, Science, and the Arts will,
en for the rejnainder of the summer at the regular hours, those desir-
consult with the Dean should do so today. Consultation hours, 10 to
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
lics, Courses in Spectroscopy:
Professor F. A. Saunders of Harvard University will give two one hour
ses in Spectroscopy beginning July 23, and continuing through the re-
der of the Summer Sessin.
H. M. RANDALL.
ursion No. 9:
Cass Technical High School and Hotel Statler, Wednesday, July 25,
.ng Packard and State Streets at 1 p. m. Hour's inspection of the larg-
igh school of its kind in the United States. Visit to Hotel Statler, in-
.ng various departments not usually open to public. Dinner at Hotel
er. Return to Ann Arbor by 9:45 p. m.
CARLETON F. WELLS.
ursion No. 10. Put-in-Bay, Saturday, July 28:
:f you are interested in the Put-in-Bay Excursion please send your
e to, or see the undersigned as soon 4s convenient, Room G 223,
ral Science Building, phone University 11. Special interurban car
leave from the First Street dock; Detroit at-9 a. m. The cost of the
including meals, should not be over $5.00.
J. P. ROWE.
lty and Students:
the final examinations in the Schools and Colleges on the eight weeks
will be conducted according to the schedule printed on page 22 of the
ner Session Announcement. This schedule will also be printed in the
weekly bulletin and posted on the various bulletin boards. All classes
continue to meet regularly/ until Wednesday noon, August 15.
E. Hf KRAUS.
166 Women Study
Tennis, swimming, and dancing are
being studied by 166 of th women
students this summer. Gertrude Noet-
zel has charge of the tennis on Palmer
field, the classes being held at 6:30
and 7:15 o'clock Mondays and Wed-
nesdays and Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Marian Lindsay has charge of the
swimming lessons which are given in
Barbour gymnasium at half hour in-
tervals between 3:30 and 5:30 o' clock
Mondays and Wednesdays and Tues-
days and Thursdays. Miss Lindsay
also conducts the dancing classes
which meet at 4 o'clodk Mondays and
Indiana-Nine girls received diplo
mas at the commencement exercises
held recently on completion of a three-
year course in teacher-training given
by the First Christian church bible
Wisconsin - One hundred twenty-
five representatives were registered' at
the opening of the summier library
conference at Madison this week.
Illinois-mans are on foot for the
erection of a new motion picture the-
ater with facilities for student play
production to be located near the cam-
pus. Many merchants in the proposed
district have been broached on the
subject and are favorable in teh pro-
Ilinois - Tweny-eight vocational
teachers completed a short course in
farm mechanics last week. The work
is designed to assist in their prepara-
tion of this subject in the high schools.
and communities in which they teach.
FRANCISCO VILLA, EX-BANDIT,
. CHIEF, MURDERED IN AMBTSH
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two theories are being worked on by
officials here. Villa had many enem-
ies, but he had no enemies as bitter
'as Francisco Herrera hated Villa not
without cause. Villa is claimed to
haves classiqally e4terminaited Her-
rera's family, at one time permanent
in social and political circles of Mex-
Villa in 1914 had two generals who
were brothers, Maclovio Herrera, who
commanded the left wing of the army
and Melchor, who commanded the
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
DIVISION AND IIURON
(14=4 6Pru reli
Rev. . A. Barrett, D'., Minister
Lewis C. Reimann, Secretary Men Students
t3Thurc'h zervi"'S .~
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Cor. S. State and E. Washington Sts.x
Rev. A. W. Stalker, D. D., Pastor
10:30 A. M. Morning Worship.
Prof. S. F. Gingerich, Speaker.
Subject: "Tennyson's Solution
of the Problem of Evolution."
.2:00 M. Student Bible Class at
6:30 P. M. "Neighbors vs. Neigh-
bors," Subject of Wesleyan
Guild Devotional Meeting.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Corner Third and W. Huron Sts.
CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor
10:30 Sermon by Rev. Youngson, of Scotland, who has been for eight
years in Africa as a missionary- and preacher. At the present
time Rev. Youngson is making.'a tour of this country.
Primary and Intermediate Sunday Schools at 10:30.
12:00 Noon Bible Class. Mr. Lewis Reimann will talk on the U. of M.
Fresh Air Camp and willbring a couple of the boys with him.
6:30 Young People's Meeting; Social Hour, 6:00 to 6:30. Vinton
Brashear will be the leader.
QIunmui e~rr rrricr
On the plaza 'n front of the Uni tersity Library
7:30 P. H.
Rev. Lloyd M. Wallick, Lutheran Student Pastor,
will be the preacher.
Mass singing under direction of George Oscar Bowen
Summer School students and all other Ann Arbor people
are cordially urged to attend.
VHAT'S GOING ON
A. M.-Excursion No. 8. I irst
ional Bank Building (25 stories,
shed in 1922), including roof
w and sub-basement burgar-proof
lts. Luncheon in Bank's dining.
im. Bob-Lo Island and Detroit
er (P. M.). Leave Bob-Lo at
Church of Christ at Lane hall to-
Open house will be held for the last
time this summer at Harris hall, to-
morrow from 4 to 6 o'clock.
President's Secretary Leaves
Natalie Murphy, secretary to the
President, left yesterday for a month's
vacation at Piseco, N. Y. She will
accompany Dean Alfred H. 'Lloyd and
'his family on the trip to the New York
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
9:30 Bible School.
10:30 Morning Sermon.
12:00 Service Club.
6:30 Christian Endeavor.
Corner Catherine and Division Street
He'nry Lewis, Rector
8:00 A. M. 'Holy Communion.
10:30 A. M. Morning Prayer and Sermon by the Rev. Clarence J. Tinker
of All Saints' Church, Denver.
Corner State and Huron Streets
Holy Communion, 7:15 A. M. Williams Memorial Chapel.
-Open house at Harris
ner session students desiring to
the Union Building this summer
st obtain card at desk. .A di-
y of all students has been com-
H. S. Calklns, '05, principal of the
1 school at Maysville, Ky., will
ak at the morning services of the
AiR PLANE RIDES"
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPLAN,
Mini4ter for Students
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Packard Field at Circus Grounds
10:30 Morning Worship. Sermon
by Mr. Sayles: "Consider
How They Grow."
11:45 The Guild Bible Class for
Students will be conductee
by Mr. George Bigge, M.A.
It will meet in the church.
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME"
State and Williams Sts., Opposite the Law Building
Herbert Atchinson Jump, minister-E. lnox Mitchell, University pastor
10:30 A. M. Morning Worship. Sermon by Mr. Mitchell on "Jesus'
Parable of the Leaven: The Power of Personality."
12:00 Open Forum. Ralph M. Carson, returned Rhodes scholar, will
speak on "What the English Universities May Teach the American
4:00 P. M. Students will meet in the Church Parlors, prepared to go
with light lunches, for a Conoe Conference up the Huron River.
The discussion will be on "The Principles of Jesus in Everyday
7:30 P. M. Union Open Air Service in front of the University Library.
1111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE-
Students; are invited.