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3nus 1 nansc .
fs To University'

Cut King's Salary
Says Labor Chief;
Maybe He'll Strike

received in the of- Fors of the medical college and the rec-

of the President recently, conveys,
i the president and the governors
t. Bartholemew's hospital in Eng-
their thanks and appreciation,.for
message of greetings which they
ived from the University of Mich-
oh the occasion of their 800th an-
rsary. The greetings, which were
ared in the University press in the
ary on parchment, were presented
he Prince of Wales.by Dr. Fred-
G. Noy, of the Medicals school,
acted as the representative of,
Jniversity at the celebration. The
t occurred in London in , June
was one of the most important
rs of its kind ever held there.
esentatives from all nations and
. most educational institutions of
world presented their messages
ongratulations and greetings.
Communication Bears Thanks
e communication received by the
ident bears the seal of tle .great
ital and reads thus:
t. Bartholemew's hosptal and the
ry church of St. Bartholemew the
t, London, E. C. I., 800th anniver-
1123-1923,
he President and the board of
rnors of the hospital, the.govern-

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lajestic-- Theodore Kosloff
"Children of Jazz."
)rpheum - Anna Little 1
"Chained Lightning."
IVuerth- Harry Carry in "TI
"Kick-Back."

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tor and church wardens of the Priory
church unite in thanking the Presi-
dent of the University of Michigan for
the kindly greetings which were
broughtby the hand of Prof. Freder-
ick George Novy, M.D., S.C,.I .,L.L.
D., on the occasion of the celebration
of the 800th anniversary of the found-
ing of St. Barthoelmew's hospital and
the Priory church of St. Bartholemew
the Great, West Smithfield, London, by
Rahere in the reigniof King Henry the
first.
"The address is preserved as a
treasured possession among the rec-
ords of'the hospital."
Murdered Battle
Creek IPhysician
Michigan Alumnus
Dr. W. W. Shipp, of Battle Creek,
recently murdered, was one of the
most prominent University of Mich-
igan alumni in Southern Michigan.
He was shot and killed by a ment-
ally unbalanced ex-seivice man Wed-
nesday afternoon, while at work in-
,is Battle Creek office. Immediately
after perpetrating the crime the mur-
derer leaped through an open win-
dow, six stories to his death. the
motive as disclosed by a note found
on the murderer's body, was said to
have been an imaginary wrong at 'the
hands of the draft board during the
war, whichi assigned him to the in-
fantry when he desired to enter the
medical corps. Dr. Shipp had absol-
utely nothing to do with the matter al-
though he was a medical examiner
of the draft board at the time.
Born In Eckford County
Dr. Shipp was born in 1876 on his
father's farm in Eckford county, Mich-
igj n. After attending the rural school
he entered the public school at Marsh-
all, Michigan. Finishing his prepar-
atory work he entered Albion college
an#l spent two years in preparing to
tak enedicine. During his undergrad-
ate days at Albion he was well known
as an athlete, playing football, base-
ball and being a member of the track
team. After a year's interval after
finishing his work at Albion he en-
tered the University of Michigan Med-
ical school, graduating in the class df
'03. While attending Michigan he was
well known about the campus and
was a member of Sigma Chi fratern-
ity

s8U e-Th~s W eek

David Kirkwood
David Kirkwood, laborite in the Brit-
ish house of commons, is advocating
a cut in pay for King George. George
draws $550,000 and he might strike if
it were reduced. But that doesn't
seem to worrk Kirkwood.
DOGC LOVELL COMPOSES
SONS F OLD ILAND
Dr. Tom Lovell, T. N. T., L. L. D., P.
D.Q. etc., poet and composer, has just
received copies of his latest song, en-
tiled "The Best of'Luck to You," which
he is selling. It is a true Irish ballad
ringing Ireland in each line and no
doubt is destined to rival the most
famous Irish songs now published,
including "Down on the Swanee Riv-
er." This is but another of the Doc-
tor's efforts and will no doubt be re-
ceived with great ovation.
Rotasies to Torontto in 1924
Chicago, July 27.The council of
Rotary International decided yester-
day to hold the nect Rotary conven-
tion at Toronto, June 16, 1924.
-T-
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suited to your skin--there
is certain to be one that exactly
matches you flesh tones-and
apply it precisely as directed.
jThen go on your way without
another thought for your ap-
pearance. You are assured of
looking your lovely best through
hours and hours of strenuous
shopping, outdoor sports, danc-
ing, wgrking or what f will.
It needs but one thorough test
to convince you.
A rm a n d Cold Cream
Powder in .dainty pink
and white box, exqui-
sitely perfumed, $1.00.
Other Armand Powders,
50 cents to $10.00--white,
pink, creme, brunette,
* and tint natural.

BISHOP LECTURSO
FIFTEENTH CENTURY
BOOKS AND LETTERS
ILLUSTRATES LECTURE WITH
SLIDES SHOWING OLD EU-
ROPEAN MANUSCRIPTS
"There has always been a dispute
between the Dutch and Germans as to
just who started printing with mov-
able type and this has never been
quite settled," said Librarian W. W.
Bishop last night in the Natural Sci-
ence auditorium, in a lecture on "15th
Century Books and Manuscripts,."
Thespeaker illustrated his lecture
with many slides of different old man-
uscripts and pointed out the difference
in type between French, German and!
Dutch printers, showing the fine reg-
ular type of Guttenburg, who made
the strongest claim of being the in-
ventor of movable type.
Mr. Bishop also showed slides of
several French woodcuts which were
among the first ever made, and then
showed an old German Bible illustrat-
ed- by borders done - in colors and
gold, and all accomplished by hand, a
task which took a great deal of time
because of the intricate designs which
had to be traced.
He explained what a task it was to
cut one's own type and set it up, and
then by illustrations showed the dif-
ference between the originals and the
facsimiles, which can hardly be de-
tected except by the borders.
Phone Company Taken Over
Washington, July 27.-(By A.P.)-
The Michigan State Telephone com-
pany was authorized by the interstate
commerce commission today to take
over the property of the Citizens Tele-
phone company which operates ex-
changes in Grand Rapids and neigh-
boring cities in Michigan. It will pay
$3,851,737 for the property and will
assume oustanding bonded indebted-
ness.
Remember "Jimmie the adtaker's"
number-960.--Adv.
Look over the values in the classi.

To Turn Swords
Into Pencils For
Mexican People

EVAS BEATS
IN EXR

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Gen. Francisco'Serrano
Gen. Francisco Serrano, minister of
war in the Mexican catbinet, is now on
a Jtour of the United States. He says
he is centering his efforts, however, in
studying educational methods and
plans to reduce the Mexican army and
use the money thus saved in increas-'
ing educational facilities in Mexico.

Today-
Harry Carey in
"THE KICK-BACK"
Stan Laurel in
"THE WEAK-END PARTY"
sun. Thru Tues.-
nLupino Lane yin
IA FRIENDLY HUSBAND"
His first 5-reel comedy
Coming-
Jane Eyre with Mabel Ballin

Fri.-Sat.-
Ann Little in
"CHAIN LIGHTNINS"
Century Comedy
Sun. Thrau Tues. -
Owen Moore in
"THE CHICKEN IN THE CASE"
. athe Comedy
Wed. - Thu rs. -
William Faversham in
"THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF"
Bert Roach in "WON'T YOU WORRY?"

Cleveland, 0., July 27.-(By A.P.
Chick Evans, of Chicago, defend
title hol'der, today defeated Jess Swe
ser, national amateur champion, in
Western amateur championship
Mayfield, on the 38th hole. It was
nip and tuck struggle for thirty-
holes. First one and then the ot]
gaining the lead, only to lose it. E
ans was final dormie one but lost
36th hole. They helved the 37th
par four to Evans won the 38th
a nervous demonstration of golf
which Sweetser took six strokes
the 345 yard hole while Evans hi
self took five.
CORRECTION
Alexander Dean, director of the I
tle Theater, Dallas, Tex., will spe
here on Monday, Aug. 6. Thursda
-ssue of the Daily stated that he wo
appear here next Monday.
Michigan banners, blankets, p
nants and pillows at Wahr's Univ
sity Bookstore.-Adv.
Patronize The Daily advertisers.
GARRICK MATS. Tues- 25-5
14th Annual Season Nights 25-50-75.
THE BONSTELLE C
In Avery Hopwood's Dashing Comedy
"THE COLD DIGGERS'
NEXT WEEK-"The Bird of Paradise"

k (Detroit)
le company
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tdents' doubledecked beds, desk,
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SALE- Ford peedster-good
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G promptly and neatly done..
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TYPEWRITERS .
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Bazzard to be Retired
Lewisburg, W. Va., July 27,.-Wil-
Liam Blizzard, concerning whose guilt
on an accessory to murder charge a
jury yesterday was unable to agree,
will be retired Aug. 7.

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