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ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ot the
sity. Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session uma
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. M.. taturday.)
a 3 FRIpAY, AUGUST 3, 1923 -N'nbcr It

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WELLS ADMALLOY
JO*IN IN FINAL LAPI

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16 Year Old Star Covers Self
Glory in First Day's
Matches

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erology 3s:
[he final examination in Bacteriology 3u and condition examinations in
erIology 3 (Laboratory) and Bacteriology 2 (Lecture) will be giv-en
r at 8:30 a. m., in the Medical Building.
*PHILIP HADLEY.
rsion No. 12:
Consumers Power and Jackson State Prison.. Party leavys in spelial
at downtown D. U. R. Stateion (116 West Huron street) at 8:47 a. m.
lng will be spent in inspecting power and gas plants of the Consumers
er Company under special guidance. Luncheon at noon, with special
.res furnishes by hosts, will be provided by Consumers Power Com-n
. 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, hate prison methods explained by prison
lain, and visit the Annex, including the textile plant. Total cost $1.50.
especially important that the e9xtact number leaving at 8:47 a. m., be
m by Friday at 6 p, m to allow adequate transportation, and other ar-
ements at Jackson, to be made, Please leave names, therefore In Su .
Session Office, University Hall, before 6 p. m' .,Tiday, August 3
CARLTON. WELLS.
hology of Advertising 25as:,
Professor Adams expects to meet hisclasses again
lay, August 6. Members of Professor Adams' classes should see boil-
board on second floor of Natural Science building for assignments.
C. H.'GRIFFITS.
neering Students:
)ne or two draftsmen )vith some experience in detail work are needed
art time work (a couple of hours a day) on the campus. Those inter-
. see the undersigned, Room 341, Engineering Building, between :
12 a. m. or 1 and 3 p. m.
F. W. PAWLOWSKIJ
bers of the Cosmopolitan Club: 5
kn invitation has been received y the Club from Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
-W. Stevens to a garden party at t eir home at 1245 Ferdon Road on
ay, August 5; from 4 to 6 p. m. Members and foreign stulens who ar e
ested in the club are requested to be present.
WILLIAM C. WANG.
erence on the Social Sciences in the Public Schools:
)n Friday, August 10th, a conference- on the Social Sciences in the
ic Schools will be held from 2 to 4:45 p. i. in the Auditorium of thp
ral Science Building. , Professor T. H Reed, of the department of Pol-
1 Science, will preside. Addresses will be given by Professor William
'rayer of the department of History, Professor C. 0. Davis, of the'
01 of Education, Professor A. E. Wood, of the department of Sociology,
Mr. Philip Lovejoy, of Benton Harbor. There will be an opportunity
eneral discussion. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
A. E. COURNYER,
Chairman

WHAT'S GOING ON
FRIDAY
5:00-Lecture, "TieHistory of Am-
erican Mathematics up to 1800."
Prof. L. C.. Karpinski.
8:00-Lecture -. ecital. "Maebeth."
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister, University
Hall.
[ SATURDAY
8:47 a. m.-Excursion No. 12. State
Prison and Consumers Power com-
pany plant, Jackson. Trip ends at
4 p. m.

FOUR MICHIGAN PLAYERS
STILL IN GOLF CONTEST
Special to. The Michigan DaIly
John Malloy, 16 year old Ann Ar-
borite, covered himself with glory in
the first "Ray's gof matches for the.
state championship at the Kent Coun-
try club. He won handily in the morn-
ing. In the afternoon, paired against
Lewis Bredin, former state champion,'
he won a sensational match on the
nineteenth hole, displaying the cool-
ness and courage of the most sea-
soned veteran. Malloy won through
accur'ate shooting and excellent con-.
trol of all shots in the pinches.
Coming to the eighteenth all even,
l>Friintwas close to the hole in two
vwith a ten font putt for a three, while
Johnny was fifteen yards short. Then
he chipped his next boldly, dead to
the hole, getting a half when Bredin
missed. A par four inthe first extra
hole clinched the match for the
youthfur Ann Arborite.
The{University of- Michigan has
four players in Frid4y's play, Carle-
ton Wells, State champion, wvho won
his matches comfortably, Hugh Smith.
John Winters, and Myron Crosby. All
but one Detroter, Earl ,Cain, were
eliminated, as were the Grand Rap-
ds favorites.
Friday morning, Johnny Malloy will+
be paired with his clubmate, Carleton
Wels. This match promises to draw
the largest gallery, and the crowd, i
as on Thuwsday, will undoubtedly bef
wishing the youngster success against
his more experienced opponent, Carle-(
ton Wells.

TUESDAY
S :00-Lecture, "Reniiscences of In-
dian' Politics." Prof. C. H. Van
Tyne.
8 :00-Miseellaneous Readings. The
Class in Interpretive Reading. (Un-
iversity HalL)
Ju-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.
Russian Christmas, December 25
Moscow, Aug. 2.-(By A.P.)-The
Soviet council of commisars has fixed
church holidays so Russia this year
will celebrate Christmas simultane-
ously with the rest of' the world.
Patronize The Daily advertisers.

American League
New York 4, Cleveland 2.
Washington 5-2, St. Louis 0-1.
Chicago 9, Boston 5.
Detroit 6, Athletics 5.
National League
New York 3, Pittsburg 2.
Cincinnati 2, Phillies0.
Chicago 5, Boston 0.
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MONDAY
5:00-Lecture, "The Serious Side
Play." Prof. Elmer D. Mitchell.

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AND OUTING SUPPLIES
We can furnish most of your needs h'hich will add comfort and a o make your
vacation a real pleasure.
A FEW OF THE MANY ITEMS:
Knickers and Breeches for ladies and men $2.25 up. Sweaters, Knit
Coats, Golf Hose, Puttees,
Navy an Whilte Duck Trousers

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tion Pictures.
Shown Last Night
.r reels of Educational Motion
es were shown in the Natural
ce auditorium last night. The
of the three pictures was "The
e Industry." The growth was
red from the bud to the matur-I
the fruit and the method ofI
ng was pictured. The second of
eries, "The Story of Portland
it", was a two reel picture. The
live, plant which is necessary for
ianufacture of the cement was
d. Beginning with the bla t-
f the limestone, each stage 'o
rocess to the packing and the
ng of the finished product was1
ated. The third picture, "A
back After Fish on Untrod
was of a fishing trip in the
ful Kootenay region of Canada.
arty rode to the virgin lake on
>ack and found the water teem-'
ith trout.
idscape Class
To Visit Detroit
. A. Tealdi's class in Civic In-
g and City Planning, will visit
etroit city parks today. The
will meet at the Michigan Cen-
epot at 630 o'clock this morn-
Busses will await the arrival)
party in Detro~it and will con-

vey the students through the Detroit
praks, drives, and bouleva:rds. Seter
al park officials will he " resent to e
plain Detroit's parking system and
point out the interesting features of
the trip. . The party will return' shor
ly after noon.

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6 Injured in Explosion.
Wheeling, W. Va., Aug. 2-(By A.
P.)-W. J. Maher, son of L. K. Mahler.
president of the Maher Collieries Coal
company was probably fatally burned
this afternoon in an explosion of gas
n the Marcoll mine of that company
at Woodlands, Virginia, according to
word received herd.
There wer six others injured. The
explosion occurred when the men
were making an inspection of the

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Diamond Edge U. S. Army Axes
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New Reg. Navy
Ha$3mocks

Paris, Aug. 2.-(By A.P.)-It has
become known that Sarah Bernhardt,
shortly before 'she died, sold he Belle
Isle country home (off the coast of
Brittany) for $20,000; a summer hotel
is to be built, with a jazz band apd
'dancing in the first floor.

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FACIAL HAIRS
Removed Permanently by
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Gold Medal Camp Furniture
For Cottage, porch, lawn, or touring. Folding cots $3.25 Stools,
Chairs, Tables, Stoves, Grub Stakes, Folding Baskets, Canteens,
Duffel Bags, Auto Covers, Luggage Racks and Coverings, in fact
everything for Campinig.
Surplus Supplies Store, 213 N. 4th Ave.
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