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Co-ops Prosper in Bulgaria Germans Arrange Loan
bW C.KERSHAM TOSofia, July 26--(By A.P.)-The Co- Berlin, July 26-(By A.P)-A
operative Association convention of about $5,000,000 has been arrar
shows about 500,000 of the 500,000 12 years, 5 per cent, some bond
householders in Bulgaria are mem- be in denominations equivalent
bers of co-operative organizations. $5.
Former Cabinet Member Will Give
Talk on League of Nations
November 2
IS ACTING PRESIDENT OF
AMERICAN LAW ,INSTITUTE
Today- Fri. -Sat.-
Judge W. Wickersham is to speak Harry Carey in Ann Little in
here Nov. 2, according to an announce- "THE KICK-BACK" "CHAIN LI6HTNINB"
ment by the League of Nations associ- Star; Laurel in Century Comedy
ation under whose auspices he is to "E E E9"Sun. Thru Tues.-
give the address. He was United THE WEAK-END PARTY",Owen Moore in
States attorney-general during Taft's Sun. Thru Tes.- "THE CHICKEN IN THE CASE
administration and is now president Lupino Lane in Pathe Comedy
of the American Law institute of "A FRIENDLY HUSBAND W"Wed.-Thaur.-
which Dean Bates is a councillor. He His first 5-reel comedy William Favershkam in
is one of the prominent Republicans in Coming- "THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF"
the organization of the League of Na Jane Eyre with Mabel Ballin - Bert Roach in "WON'T YOU WORRY?"
tions, a non-partisan association the
purpose of which is to draw within
the advocacy of this momentous in-
ternational question the real brains !Ill il ll 'lllltlllll [IiIl lll I 111111111 I
of both parties.
The Ann Arbor branch of this na-
tional organization was the second one
to be formed. The first was at Yale
The local branch functions not only
as a part of the national organization,
but also carries on in-a peculiar way NOW PLAYING
its educational activities. The associ-
ation has three outstanding purposes.- O ETHING
(1) To bring speakers to Ann Ar SOM ENTIRELY DI REN z
bor. (2) To maintain a study group
for students who wish to learn the EN
facts and issues in the international
world. (3) To send student speakers=+
over the state, carrying information E.
about the league and our international..
'Positon. O
John P. Dawson, Jr., '124L, is active f'~~" ol g~*!.I.!
student chairman of the local branch. d .
Dean Bates is honorary chairman. R beyt (di
Dean Hugh Cabot is one of the facul- E
advisory council. r
Barna, on 'Tuesday. The correspond-amount Cast
ent's despatch does not bear out the W ith a NotablePara
public report that the death list will ALSO
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'$ Famous Short Story
Treaty Thought Turkish Victory " H E W H I T E M U S E "
London, July 26-(By A.P.)-The
London press is virtually a unit in With LEWIS S. STONE, WALLACE BEERY
commenting on the Near East Peace[I AND ETHEL GREY TERRY
treaty as a complete Turkish victory. 1 ! il i l l l 111 I N t l11 I I IH 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 H 1 II I 1 1 H

Casket bearing Admiral Sigsbee''6 body being carried past the Old Guard by sailors.
eterans of the army and navy and high officials from both branches of the service and the government
n paying final tribute'to Admiral Sigsbee when the commander of the Maine was laid to rest. A meet-
ve of the 18 survivors of the Maine disaster in Havana harbor pre ceeded the funeral services at St.
e Divine cathedral, New York.

ntists Experiment With
Bugs And Plants In Research

E. G. Anderson, of Cornell un-'
, is performing a series of ex-
ats with the common fruit fly
University batanical, garden,
on the southwest side of iack-
eet just beyond the city limits.
or Anderson is reputed one of
st promising scientists is, the
Fgenetics and he has done a
Leal or research work in the
biology,>f
Ernest E. Dale, of the Univer-
Porto Rico, is doing some
ith the pepper plant; Piof. H.
t, Dr. Bradley Davis and Dr.
Blanchard ,in the University
ing some general research
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MISCELLANEOUS
ANCE SALE-Correspondence
mery. All clean stock at less
cost. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels'
ie. Open evenings. 28-c-4
WANVID
ED- An insurance solicitor.
r stating qualifications and
e number for appointment.
MIC, in care Michigan 'Daily.
28-c-3
ED-One porter and one cook
he -next school year. Applic-
apply by mail or In person to
0. at 325 S. Fifth Ave. 27-c-4
[ON WANTED - By capable
for fraternity, for coming
l year. Call 1780-R, Friday or
'day after two. 30-p
FOR SALE
SALE-- Ford Speedster-good
r and tires, $65.00. Call 2547-
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TYPEWRITING
VRITING AND MIMEOGRAPH-
promptly and neatly done.
writers cleaned and repaired.
. Morrill, 17 Nickels' Arcade..
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work on the maize and clover. Prof.
E. G. Gustafson in performing a series
of experiments with ti corn and its
juices. Dr. Gustafson is endeavoring
to determine the chemical analysis of
corn and the amount of basic sub-
stance contained in it relative to the
total acidity.
tA collection of growing plants for
teaching and exhibition purposes is
belng developed Mrs. Carl Erlanson
has made a collection of several hund-
red species of American wild roses
from all parts of the iountry, Any-
one interested in outdoor botany is
requested to send representative roses
from their locality to the botanicall
garden for examination.
The University acquired the 20 acres
of land now being used as a botanical
garden in 1913. Its physical equip-
ment includes at present four green-
houses, workshops, a modernly equip-
ped boiler room, and a two-story brick
laboratory,. An important feature of
the greenhouses is the provision of
five separate rooms for individual re-
seacrh, each with an independent ven-
tilation and automatic heat control.
JFacilities are provided for the profit-
,a.ble propagation and cultivation of
plants for experimental purposes.
Amerien League
Washington 6-15, Boston 7-3.
New York 4, Athletics 3.
National .League
Chicago 11, New York 10.
Cincinnatti 9, Brooklyn 2.
Phillies 5, St. Louis 4. .
Pittsburg 8, Boston 7.
Grace Sentenced for Two Years
Denver Colorado, July 26-(By A.
P.)-Father Walter A. Grace, Arvada'
Priest, was sentenced to two years
in federal prison on each of ten
counts for forgery of application for
liquor permits this afternoon. Sen-
tences are said to run concurrently.
Just call 960. when you have a
want.-,Adv.

sails, students can' stop to have their
breakfast. Before breakfast, howev-
er, Professor Rowe suggests that
.round-trip tickets for Put-in-Bay be
bought. These will cost eighty cents.
At Put-in-Bay arrangements have
been made to visit two of the four
caves: Crystal cave which is not very
large but beautiful 'because of its or th e I
crystal lining; Mammoth cave, Para-
dise cave, and Perry cave, which is
the largest. These caves are famous
for their stalactites and stalagmites.
Other points of interest to be visited
at Put-in-Bay are the Glacier Groves
and Perry's victory monument which
is 350 feet in height and which has
an observatory room on the.top frome
which a view of all the surrounding M
country can be seen on a clear, day.
Reduced rates for these points of in-
terest have been arranged for.

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POINTS OF INTEREST INCLUDE
IADMLOTH CAVE AND PER-t
RY'S MONUM.ENT
Aboust one hundred and fifty stu-
dents are expected to attend the Put-
In-Bay excursion tomorrow morning,
according .to Prof. J. P. Rowe.'
They will~ leave at 6 o'clock at
Packard and State streets where spe-
cial cars will await. the party. Ac-
cording to schedule, Detroit will be
reached at 7:55 o'clock and between
thin and 9 o'clock when the boat
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Eight Killed in Belgium
Paris, July 26-(By A.P.)-A des-
patch from Sofia, Belgium, said eight
persons were killed and 20 injured in
a train collision between Sofia and
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