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'AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
rniversity. Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
olume 3 TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1923 Number 107
tors' Night at the Observatory:
The supply of tickets has been exhausted.
E. H. KRAUS.
;lislp 2a:
Assignment for Tuesday: Hamlet, Act I, scenes 1 and 2. Arden edition.
LOUIS I. BREDVOLD.
sies, Courses In Spectroscopy-:
Professor F. A. Saunders of Harvard University will give two one hour
rses in Spectroscopy beginning July 23, and.continuing through the re-
nder of the Summer Session.
H. M. RANDALL.

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8:00-Lecture, "Books and Mann-
scripts df the Fifteenth Century."
(Illustrated). Librarian'W. W.
Bishop.

Kentucky High School Boys
Enrolled In Yost's School

SATURDAY
6:00 a. m.-Excursion No. 10. Put-in-
Bay, Lake Erie, under the direction
of Prof. J. P. Rowe, of the Univer-
sity of Montana. Return to Ann
Arbor about 11 p. m.
J-NOTICES
Summer session students desiring to
use the Union Building this summer
must -obtain card at desk. A di-
rectory of all students has been com-
piled.
The meeting of the Men's Educational
club was postponed from last night
to tonight because of the rain.
TICKETS FOR FERRIS ADDRESS
GIIVEN OUT AT WAHR BOOK STORE

High school boys enrolled in a uni-
versity coaching courseis something
which has been unheard of here at
Michigan, but with the enrollment of
four promising high school athletes
from Ashland, Kentucky, in the pres-
ent Summer session athletic coaching

xcursion No. 9:
Cass Technical High School and Hotel Statler, Wednesday, July 25,
aving Packard and State Streets at 1 p. m. Hour's inspection of the larg-- .
t high school of its kind in the United States. Visit to Hotel Statler, in-
uding various departments not usually open to public. Dinner at Hotel
atler. Return to Ann Arbor by 9:45 p. m.
CARLTON WELLS.
[cursion No. 10. Put-In-Bay, Saturday, July 28:
If you are interested in the Put-in-Bay Excursion please 'send your
ame to, or see the undersigned as soon as convenient, Room G 223,
atural Science Building, phone University 11. Special interurban car
ill leave Packard and State Streets at 6 a. m., arriving at Detroit at 7:55
m. The boat to Put-in-Bay will leave from the First Street Dock, Detroit
9 a. m. The cost of the trip, including meals, should not be over $5.00.-
J. P. ROWE.,

Tickets free of charge for the ad-
dress by Sen. Woodbridge N. Ferris
Thursday night in the assembly room
of the Union are being given out at
Wahr's book store and at the office
of the School of Education in Tap-f
pan hall. More than one half of the
ticket supply is already exhausted.

AT THE THEATERS

and administration courses, this prac'
tice may be expected to continue in
the future.
The four boys are Frank Phipps,
Crawford Davies, William Frailie and
Harold Kenn, all of. the same city and
high school at Ashland, Ky., and they
have come to Michigan, along with
their coach, James A. Anderson, Jr.,
who is the director of high school ath-
letics at Ashland; to learn the finer
points of all competitive high school
sports, so that they may help to turn.
out winning teams next fall.
Two of the boys, Phipps and Craw-
ford, will be seniors seniors next
year, and after completing their high
school work, expect to go to college,
where they can engage in intercol-
legiate athletics and - take further
courses in athletic coaching. Both of
these boys played high school foot-
ball and basketball. The other boys
have two years of high school work
to complete, and while their plans for'
the future are as yet undecided, they
say that they have come to Michigan
that they might help to put Ashland
high school on the athletic "map" in
their state.
They are enrolled in five courses)'
football theory under Coach Fielding
H. Yost, basketball theory under Coach
Mather, track and field theory which
'is under the direction of Coaches Far-
rell and Hahn, baseball theory under
Coach Ray Fisher and athletic train-
ing by Archie Hahn and Billie Fallon.
While this plan is a novel one at
Tennis
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their high school, Coach Anderson
said that he hoped to send at least
six more boys here next summer to
take theseysame courses. "Coach
Yost's course is fine," he stated, "as
is Coach Farrell's and Coach Mather'a.
We have received some exceedingly
Jelpful pointers in all competitive
sports, and if possible, I will send
snore boys back here next summer."
Mr. Anderson further stated that if
the showing of his teams next fall is
better than it has been, he will try
to enlist the aid of the different clubs
and organizations of Ashland, to help
the high school to send the most de-
serving young athletes here next sum-
mer-
POPULAR IN COLLEGE

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WHAT'S GOING ON
TUESDAY
5:00-Lecture, "Mark Twain and His
Humor." Prof. H. P. Scott.
7:00-Choral Union rehearsal. Open
to all singers (no voice trial neces-
sary), School of Music.
8:00-Lecture,( "Vitamines in Modern
Nutrition." Prof. H. B. Lewis.
S:30-Visitors'. Night at the Obesrva-
tory. Admission by ticket only.
WEDNESDAY
1:00-Excursion No. 9. Cass Techk-I.
al high school and Hotel Statler.
Luncheon at Cass Technical high
school. To Hotel Statler at 3 p. m.

ive states.
The University of Michigan
lately joined-the movement, ow
largely to the interest of Ralph
Carson, '23L, who, while presideni
the Union at Oxford, took an ac
part in the international student
sembly which was recently for:
there.-
Wickersham to Speak Here
A dinner was held in the Unior
June 2, attended by representa
members of the faculty and stud
body, at which officers were appo
ed and a committee was deigna
to work out the details of the org
ization at Michigan. This ccmmi
has begun work by sending out .a
cular letter to a large number
teachers and students stating the a
and methods of the organization.
local League has already received
assurance that either Justice Ck
or the former attorney-general of
United States, George W. Wic
sham, will come to Ann Arbor in
fall to speak under the ausp ces
the University association.

5:00-Lecture, "The British General f
Election of November, 1922." Prof.
R. M. Wenley. .1
8:00-Concert, Mr. Andrew Haegh,
pianist, under the auspices of the
University School of Music, Hill au-
ditorium.
THURSDAY
5:00-Leeture, "What Heats the Sung"
Prof. K. T. Compton, of Princeton
University.
8:00-Michigan Union Spotlight enter-
tinment. Hill auditorium. Admis-
sion will be charged.
FRIDAY
5: 0-"Some Problems in Secondary
School Administration." Mr. B. F.
Buck, principal o the Nicholds Senn
high school, Chicago.

The League of Nations Non-Partis-
an association, which, has recently
sprung up in the state of New York,
has been followed within the past few
months by innum'erable subordinate
organiations in practically every'state
in the Union.
Movement Spreads in East
One result of the Association is
the discovery that sentiment in col-
lege and university communities, both
among students and faculty, is large-
ly pro-League. Most of the chief ed-
ucators of the country have already
joined the association, many of themF
in active roles. President Eliot and
Lowell of Harvard, Finley of New
York and Woolley of Mount Holyoke
are association officers; President
Hibben of Princeton, Faunce of Brown
and President McCracken of Vassar

CLOUDY SKY PREVENTS USE
OF OBSERVATORY TELESC
On account of the overcast sky
evening, visitors at the observa
were permitted to go through
building but could not view the
through the telescope. If the we
er is satisfactory, the telescope
be used tonight.
;Choral Union Rehearsals
There will be regular rehearsal
the (Choral Union in tlie Schoc
Music on Tuesday and Thursday
ning at 7 o'clock. From now on'
especially necessary that everyon
present, according to directors of
Union.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anyt
quickly.

Majestic-Jack Holt in "A Gen-
tleman of Leisure."
Orpheum-Nazimova in jbsen's
"A Doll's House."
Wuerth - Barbara LaMarr in
"Poor Men's Wives."

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Garrick (Detroit) - The Bon-"
stelle company in "The Gold
Diggers."

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