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Funeral Services
Held For Winchell
Fueral services for Horace V.
Winchell, '89E, internationally known
mining engineer who died of heart
failure at this home in Los Angelles on!
July 28 were held at 'the home of his
sister, Mrs. D. Drayer Dayton in Min-
iieapolis, on Aug. 2, according to ad-
vices reaching here yesterday.
Mr. Winchell was known throughout
the world as an authority on mine
engineering. It was largely throughs
his efforts that the Messaba range, one
of the country's richest sources of
iron, was developed.
His funeral was attended by mhany
of the most prominent ,nen in the
engineering field in the country. Dean
John F. Downey of the University of

Mathewson
of Enginee

DETROIT UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TA'BLE
Eastern Standard Time
(Effective July 1O, 1923)
Limited ana Express Cars to Detr
-6:oo a.mn., 7:00 a.m., 8:oo a.m., 9:
a.T-. and hourly until 9:O5 p.m.
Limited Cars "to Jacl son- 8:47 a
10:47 a.mn., 12:47 P.m., 2.47 P.m1., 4:
p.m., 6:47 p.m., 8:47 p.111.
Express Cars to Jackson (Local stc
west of Ann Arbor)--9:47 a.m.a
every two hours until 9 47 P.m.
Local Cars to Detroit=7 :00 a.1
8:S5 a.m. and every two hours r-
8:55 p.m., it :oo p.m. To Ypsila
Oily - it :40 p.ni., 1 :15 a.
Local Cars to Jackson--7 :o a
and then 12:10 a.nm.
Connectiun male t - Vpsianti
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Today-
JOHNNY WALKER and EILEEN PERCY int
"THE FOURTH MUSKETEER"
Snub Pollard in "JACK FROST"
Thurs.-Sat.-
ane Movak in
"THELMA"
By Marie Corelli
Monty Banks iii "A QUIET VACATION."
Coming-Double feature bill.
Gladys Walton- in "SAWDUST,"
and an All-Star Cast in
"COUNTERFEIT LOVE"

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Today-
Conway Tearle in
"M RONED HEMSS"
Neely Edwards in "ThE HnST"
Fri.-Sat.-
Rov St'wart and Ka'hleen
Kirkhani in
"BACK TO YELLOW-JACKET",
By Peter B. Kyne
Sun.-Wed. -
Jane Novak in "COLLEEN OF THE PINES
Stan Laurel in "MUD AND SAND"

it Coolidge, left; Secretary of State Hughes, center, who is next In line of successIon to the Presidency, and Senator Curtis, now president of
the senate, snapped during their conference. The photo was taken in Coolidge's suite in the New Willard hotel, Wash ngton. I
This photo, taken since Calvin Coolidge became President at the tragio death of President Harding, was posed by Coolidge, Secretary of State
and President Curtis of the senate while the new chief executive was conferring with the two on vital matters which cannot wait until aft-
[arding funeral. Under the constitution Secretary Hughes becomes next in line of succession to the Pres
,fter Coolidge. Curtis succeeds Coolidge as presiding officer of the senate. The photo was taken in the Pres
otel suite, on the third floor of the NeW Willard, which has becomethe White House temporarily. '

ILY OFFICIAL BUILET IN

tion in the
;ty. Copy

Bulletin is constructive notice toy all members of the
received in the Offiee of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11:30.a. m. daturday.), .,
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1923 Number 120

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I Members of the University:
a token of respect to President Harding, and in conformity with the
tl proclamation, declaring Friday, August 10, a day of mourning, Un-
ty classes and other exercises twill be suspended and administrative
will be closed between the hours of one and six, Friday afternoon,
t 10. A memorial service is to be held in Hill Auditorium during the
oon at the call of Mayor G. E. Lewis. This service is open to both
ers of the University and citizens of Ann Arbor.
For the President,:F. E. ROBBINS,
Assistant to the President.
EDWARD H, KRAUS,
Dean of the Summer Session.
PAUL BUCKLEY,
Assistant Secretary.
inical Engineering:
udents taking course M. E. 20A will report progress on their work,
day afternoon, August 9, Room 333.
R, S. HAWLEY.
ds of Modern Language Teaching: '
he lecture on Methods of Modern Language Teaching by Mr. H. E.
Senior Modern Language Master in the Isleworth County School,
n, this ,afternoon, Wednesday, at 3 p. m., Room 200, South Wing, will
he Psychology of Translation." Mr. Moore is one of the recognized
s in England of the younger school of modern language teachers. He
paring a work on "Modernism in Language Teaching" and is anxious
e the reaction of our teachers to his ideas. Opportunity for discus-
vill be offered, and such discussion is greatly desired by Mr. Moore.
A'.. CANFIELD.
e of Date of Conference and Lecture:
he Conference on Social Sciences in the Public High Schools and the
e on "The Origin of Man" by Mr. R. C. Hussey, scheduled for 2 and
a. respectively on Friday afternoon, August 10, will be held at the cor-
ding hours on Monday,.August 13, in the Auditorium of the Natural
:e Building.
EDWARD H. KRAUS.
1 Lecture:
special lecture has been arranged too late to be included in the week-
letin, which will be .given at 7 o'clock, Thursday, August 9, in Room
outh Wing of University Hall, by Mr. IL. E. Moore, Senior
rium of the Natural Science Building by Mr. H.. E. Moore, Senior
n Language Master at the Isleworth County School,. London, Eng-
Mr. Moore will demonstrate and illustrate the use that may be made
ich folk songs in the teaching of French. The lecture will be of spe-
terest to teachers and students of modern language.
A. G. CANFIELD.
ripts of Records:
idents wishing transcripts of their Summer Session records stnt to
nstitutions or school officers should make immediate application to
ice of the School or College in which they are registered, in order
i delay.
T. E.. RANKIN.
de of Examtinations:
final examinations in the Schools and Colleges on the eight weeks'
will be held Wednesday, Thursday,- and Friday, August 15, 16, and 17
ng to the following schedule:

WaIT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
5:00-Lecture, "The Adventures of a
Wanderer." Prof. A. S. lkoot.
8:00-Cello Lecture-Recital. Prof. X.
C. Wier. Auditorium of University
hall.,
THURSDAY
5:00- Lecture, "The Adventures of
Grouping School Children." (Illus-
trated.) Supt. F. G. Pickell, Mont-
clair, N. J.
8:00-Lecture in the auditorium of
the Natural Science building. Prof.
.H. E. Moore speaks on "French
Folk Songs."
8:00-One-act plays, The class in Play
Production under the supervision of
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister. Auditorium
of University hall. Admission will
be charged.
F WAY
2:00-Conference On Social Sciences
in the Public Schools.
5:06-Lecture, "The Origin of Man."
(Illustrated). Mr. R. C. Hussey.
8:00-Oscar Wilde's "The Importance
of Being Earnest." The class in
Play Production, under the super-
vision of Prof.. R. D. T. Hollister.
Auditorium of University hall. Ad-.
mission will be charged.
UT-NOTICES
Summer session studentstdesiring to
use the Union Building this summer
must obtain . card at desk. A di-
rectory of all students has been com-
piled.
Ray Breaks Record
Joie Ray of Chicago, miler, set a
new record for the twothirds mile
race when he covered the distance in
2:42. The old record was 2:49 2-5.
T- - 1
AMPING is certain to
be a source of irrita-
tion and regret unless
the tent is r'ight. We
make tents that are easi
ly put up and taken down
and they "stay put" in
the worst weather. Low-
est prices.
"We Keep Out the Sun"
FOX tTEXTILE C9,
Awanings and .TentsI
603 W. Michigan Ave.
Ypsilanti, Mich.

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T HIS is written to the man who loves to seek the
unknown quantity. He is the kind of labora-
tory worker who ventures into untried fields of ex-
periment, rather than the man who tests materials.
Industry has need of both types, but of the
former there is a more pressing demand.
College men may have been discouraged from
pursuing pure research. In this highly practical
age it may seem there is little room for work
which does not have an immediate dollars and
cents application. tut such is not the case.
The pure research man is the pathfinder. With-
out him our fountain of knowledge would dry up.
His findings in themselves may be uncommercial,
but they !establish a field for others to develop,
Volta worked out the crude voltaic pile-unim-
portant until other men improved and applied
it. And so with Papin in the field of steam, or
Lavoisier in chemistry.

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e keenest thought of you blazers of the trail.
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