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IAVE ANNIVERSARY

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Kerage being slightly more than ei
hours daily for a seven day week
RELEASED TO PRESS MINUTESIN 2 YEARS Park Department
At Work On Tre
nt nued from 'age One) New York, July 31-(By A.P.)-The --

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,reserved for the United States the
rights embodied in the Paris treaty
wi ich we had acquired through par-
- a ion ii .he German victory.

length pof the working week of the
average American employee has de-
cl:ned 36 minutes in the last two
years. according to a statement by the I

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'! e settle.(-ent O t he debt, the Y"
pi ,ident asserted, was another ac- National Bulaau of Economic Re-I
complishment of importance for Great search, summarizing the resk.ts of
Britain in undertaking the discharge a nation-wide investigation which wasj
of an obligation of more than four undertaken for the- Business Cycle1
and 'a half million dollars "put a fur- Committee of President Harding's1
ther stamp of approyal on the sacred- Conference on Unemployment. Out-
ness of international obligations." The lining the resulta of the investigation
5ettlement itself gave a new assur- Dr. Willford L. King, of the staff of
ance of stability throughout the the National Bureau of Economic Re-
world. search, under whose supervision the
Vleviews European Treties g facts were ,gathered, said:
Mr. Harding also mentioned the "According to some historians, our
government's treaty vrtually con- great-grandfathers thought 12 hours,
eluded with, Finland; negotiations a reasonable day's work. For more

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they may possibly trim the trees
south of the campus.
All general care of trees, such as
raising weak limbs, spraying trees in-
fected with fungus diseases or infest-
ed with insect pests, removal of un-
desirable and dead trees, fertiliza-
tion of trees wh'ch show signs of
deficiency of plant foods is carried
on each year.
The more ornamental work is done
in the parks, however. This year, the
major amount of city beautifying is
being done in Burns park where a
new fence is being built around the
tennis courts. At West park, a new
entrance is being built and old fences
around the tennis courts are being

pending with Czecko-Slovakia, and
with Jugo-Slovia.
With respect to the mandated ter-
ritery, the President asserted, adding
is an example, the treaty with Ja-
,)an, concluding American rights witaE
respect to all islands north of the
equator over whch Japan exercisesj
mandate. Similar treaties withI
France and Belgium and negotiations
inow pending with Great Britain re-I

than a hundred years, however, the replaced.
length of. the working day has been!s
declining steadily until. the average he Csee Inn has reopened and
American in the first quarter of 1922 'ill serve you as usual-Adv.
was expected by his employer to work Parron iailv advertsers.-Adv.
only 50.3 hours per week, just a _____________aily________users.-Adv.
trifle more than the eight hours for
six days set forth as an ideal by re- , T
formers of a generation or 'two ago. j 1 A C H E-J R A S
The detailed figures covermng all in-
dustries in the United States showNEEDED
that the length of the working week:
declined 36 minutes during the two Many vacacies
years covered by the stuiy."
Of all classes of employers report- f enow
ing, those engaged in rendering do- We$tmore Teachtrs' Agercy
mestic and personal service record 716 Old National Bank Bldg.,
the longest full-time hours for those SPOKANE, WASHINGTON
workinb under their direction, the av-

The College Inn has reopened
will serve you as usual.-Adv.

and

Look over the values in the classi {
fieds.-Adv..,
Patronize The Daily advertisers.

ier Mussolini, accompanied by Admiral de Revel, on his right, at comiemioration exercises at the tomb of
Italy's Unknown Soldier in Rome
Premier Mussolini and Admiral de Revel, head representatives of the government, the Italian army and
and civilians of the commemoration exercises on the occasion of the anniversary of the Battle of the Piave.
nassed battle flags of Italy's fighting units proved a fitting background for the ceremonies which commem-
d the Italian victory.

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JAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
niversity. Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11;30 a. m, Saturday.)
olume 3 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1923 Number 114

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e final examination in Bacteriology ,s and conditione
ology 3 (Laboratory) and Bacteriology 2 (Lecture)
August 3, at 8:30 a. m., in the Medical Building.
PHILIP

examination in
will be given

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Majestic - Johnnie Walker
"Children of the Dust."
Orpheum-Owen Moore in "T
Chicken in the Case."
Wuerth-Lupino Lane in
Friendly Husband."

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en's League:
iny house desiring to put on a stunt on Saturday afternoon In Barbour
asium for the League Party will please call Katy Amonette, 3237.
LEAGUE PRESIDENT.
rsion No. 12:
onsumers Power and Jackson'State Prison,. Party leaves in special
at downtown D. U. R. Stateion (116 West Huron street) at 8:47 a. in.
ing will be spent in inspecting power and gas plants of the Consumers
r Company under special guidance. Luncheon at noon, with special
es furnishes by hosts, will be provided by Consumers Power Com-
One p. m. visit State Prison and Prison Annex (farms and textile
three miles out of Jackson). Women will not be allowed inside prison
but will see guard room, have prison methods explained by prison
ain, and visit the Annex, including the textile plant. Total cost $1.50.
especially impdrtant that the ex-act number leaving at 8:47 a. m., be
n by Friday at 6 p, m.. to allow adequate transportation, and other ar-
ments at Jackson, to be made. Please leave names, therefore in Sum.
Session Office, University Hall, before 6 p. ni.,Friday, August 3.
tology of Advertising 25as:
r. Slater will meet Professor Adams' class in Psychology of Adver-
at 11:00 today. Professor Adams expects to meet his classes again
ty, August 6. Members of Professor Adams' classes should see bul-
board on second floor of Natural Science building for assignments.
C. H. GRIFFITHS.

For the Balance of the Summer

Stage-This Week

The Summer

Garrick (Detroit) -- The Bon-
stelle company in "The Bird
of Paradise."

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!HAT'S GOING, ON
WEDNESDAY
-Excursion No. 11 to the' Ford
nt at River Rouge; blast furn-r
s, foundry, body and tractor
its southwest of Detroit. Trip
s at 5 o'clock in the. afternoon.
-Lecture in French by Prof. E.
Rovillain in Natural Science au-
rium. .
-Concer't in Hill auditorium.
THURSDAY
-Lectuure, "The Laboratory Pro-
ion of Stellar Conditions. (Il-
rated). Prof. A. R. Sawyer.
-Educational motion pictures.
FRIDAY
Lecture, "The History of Mathe-
3." Prof. L. C. Karpinski.
Lecture . Recital, "Macbeth."
. R. D. T. Hollister, University

SATURDAY
8:47 a. m.-Excursion No. 12. State
Prison and Consumers Power com-
pany plant, Jackson. Trip ends at
4 p.in.
ru-NOTICES
Summer session, students desirlug to
use the Union Building this summer
must obtain card,. at desk. A di-
rectory of all students has been com-
piled.
Faculty Men to Leave
Dr. E. M. Carroll, of the history de-
partment plans to leave the Univer-
sity in the fall, having accepted a
position in the history department at
Trinity college in North Carolina.
George D. Wilner instructor in the
public speaking department also ex-
pects to leave Ann Arbor after the
close of Summer session. He has act
cepted -a position in Fairmount Col-
lege, a Congregational school in Wit-
chita, Kansas.
The College Inn has reopened andj
will serve you as usual.--Adv.

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