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L D U L
etive notice to
10 p. m. (11:30
E 30, 1923

all }inembers of
a. m. Saturday.).
Number 1$s

ing Him
College

First
Degree

Philadelphia, June 29.-(By A.P.)- George Gust, an employe of ithe
Carl Fischer, of the Philadelphia buildings and grounds department Quak
College of Osteapathy and Gerald Em- was injured yesterddy when he fell 20 Ctania
erson, of Columbia, will meet in the feet from a scaffold, /while engaged earthqui
final round for the collegiate single in cleaning the brickwork of one of the base
championship at the Marion Racquette the department buildings. age has
club Saturday afternoon as a result of Gust was removed to the hoepital, is still
their victory in the semi-finals today. where it is believed his injuries are fissures.

n Students:
:n of Summer Session students is particularlycalled to the
aceipt for fees should be very carefully' preserved.' Here-
rno refunds Qf fees will be made except on surrender of the
its who may chance to withdraw from the Summer Session,
>d when a refund is allowed will not be able to secure such
have lost their receipt.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
Excurblon, July 13-16:
iat proper stateroom and hotel reservations may be made,
i would like to dee, at an early date, those! who are interested
Falls Excursion. 'Room 223 G, Natural Science Building.
J. P. ROWE.
ts:
enrolled in the University are eligible to take the courses pf.
ning, Dancing, Folk Dancing, and Tennis. These classes are
ur Gymnasium and begin Monday, July 2. For further in-
enrollment come to the Director's office in Barbour Gymnas-
GERTRUDE M. NOETZEL.

being

For Summer Schoo

TEXT

BOOKS

N EW AND SrECND- HAND
FO R ALL DEP-AR T M E N T S

"1A/AHR'UNeo

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section of French 13s will meet at 7:00 and 10:00 (instead of
00), Room 301, South Wiag, in charge of Mr. Hopkins.
A. G. CANFIELD.

to,* I bucb ervce

I'

e in the Summer Session Office, Room 8, Uinversity Hall, Tues-
rsday mornings from 9:30 to) 11:00 for consultation concerning
CARTITON WELLS,
Director of Excursions.
5 will meet on Saturday from 9 to 11 and Monday 8 to 10,.
C. S. CARRY.
Jonal Club:
a interested in organizing the Girl' Educational Cib for the
please meet at Helen Newberry Residence at 7:00 n. i., Mon-
MARGARET CAMlCON.
don Faculty:
its/should be returned to the Office of th Summer Session not
onday. July 2. In all cases the School or Coreges n which
s enrolled should be indicated. E. I. KRA iJS.-

Alonzo A. Stagg
Coach Alonzo A. Stagg, of the Uni-
versity of Chicago, is the first ath-
letic, manager at a college or univer-
sity, in the United States at least, to
be awarded an honorary degree for
his work in athletics. Qberlin college
recently conferred the degree of mast-
er of arts on the veteran official
~WlAT'S GOIMI ON
SATURDAY
7,:0-Chinese students social meet-
ing at Lane hall. All Chinese stu-
dents are invited to attend.
' :00-ECuprsion No. ;2-Ford Motor
company, Highland Park,, and the
new Detroit public library. Trip
ends at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.

CHURCH OF CHRIST
(DISCIPLES)
LANE HALL
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
9:30 Bible School. ,
10:30 Professor MacDougall of
Valparaiso, Ind., will speak, sub-
ject: "Labor and the Bible."
12:00 Students' Class.
6:30 Chuistian Endeavour.

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FIRST Ml

Att ud

Rev. A. W.

Qfiurrli_ etrp
'uub

10:30 Morning Wo
"Law and Liberty
Patriotic."
11:45 Student Sun
Wesley Hall.
6:30 Wesleyan Gi
Meeting led byE

_ . wry.

-I'

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Corner Third. and W. Huron Sts.
CARL A. BRAUER, Pastor

ts Days
, For New
voy To Sofia

prises 22 books, 4 of which are print-
ed on paper and dating from the 12th
to 15th century, and 18 on parchment,
dating from the 10th to the 15th cen-
tury.
Unearthed Bone
Is Human Jawbone

MONDAY
5:00-1efure, "Some Aspects
Modern Drama." Prof. O. J.,
bell.

of the'
Camp-

9:30
10:30
11:30

German.
Bible School.
Inglish-Rev. T. Hinck will
be the speaker.

CONGREGATIONAL CIURCH
--"THE' STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME"
State and Williams Sts, Opposite the Law -Building
herbert Atchinson Jump, minister-E. Knox Mitchell, University I
10:30 A. M. Morning Worship. Mr. Jump will begin a series of s
in "The Deeper Message in Some Recent Novels," taking up
Wells' "Men .Like Gods." Robert Dieterle, musical director
12 M. Noonday Open. Forum for Summer School Students.
Eleanor Hutzel, director of the Woman's Division, Detroit
Department, will discuss "Girls and the Night Life of the
City.,
6:00 P. M. Social Hour for all Congregational Students, cond
by Mr. Mitchell.
7:30 P. M. Union Open Air Service, Library Steps. Mr. Jump w
the 'preacher.
I ___________________________________________________________-

One of the bones ,discovered on
Wednesday evening by workmen close
to the Engineering Building, has now
been identified as being the lower
jaw-bone of a man. Russel C. Hts-
sey, instructor in Geology, made an
examination of this bone and stated
that all evidence pointed to the ef-
feet that it belonged to a modern man,
young inyears, and powerful, As teeth
are still on the bone and are such
that could only have, been possessed
by a strong man. /.
The bone, is slightly discolored but
there is much material matter still
on it, and the odor, peculiar to com-
paratively fresh. bones, is noticeable.
Profes'sor Hussey is of the opinion
that the bone can only have been
buried a short time, ranging' from five
to forty years. There is no evidence
to show that any pre-historic remains
have- been unearthed. The most ,like-
ly theory is that some medical stu-
dents burned the bones after carry-
ing out experiments.
University officials said yesterday
that the bones will be given a decent
burial with a minister in attendance,
in the University lot in Forest Hill
cemetery.

TUESDAY
':00-Lecture, "Geology of Niagara
Falls" (illustrated). Prof. J. P.
Rowe of the University of Montana.
Heat Too Much for Illinois Roads
Sterling, Ill., June 29.-Excessive
'heat during the past few days caused
a section of the Lincoln highway near.
here to explode.

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH,
I. EDWARD SAYLES, inster
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN,
Minister for ' tudents

AT THE T EHEAT'

Screen-Today

Arcade-Agns Ayres in
Heart . Raider";."F.
Blood" series, Round Sev
Majestic-Will Rogers in
Will Be Boys.
Orpheum- ConstanceTal
"Sauce for the Goose."

ERS I
.1
"The
ghting 1
ven.I
"Boys I
madge
[or inI
nstelle
dies,"

10:30
"A
.r.

Contralto solo by Miss Helen
Allmendinger of Cleveland.
Baritone solo by Mr. Winifred
Adams.
12:00' The Guild Bible Class for
Students. Mr. 4ayles will speak
on "My Experience in Industry."
Students are invited.
UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEJ; S. ROBINS, Minister

Morning Worship. Sermon:
NEW COMMANDMENT" by-
Sayles.-

Rev. Herbert Atkinson Jump, Preacher
Mass singing under directior of George Oscar

On tle plaza In front of the University Library
7:30 P. M.

Summer School students and all other Ann Arbor pe
are cordi.lly u rged to attend.

>N

, Clas. S. Wilson
of "handpicked" jobs,
what Charles S. Wilson
is preparing to leave for
xia, where'he will act as
s minister. Bulgaria now.
vil war which won't makej

Wuerth - Florence
"Dusk to Dawn."

Vid

Corner Catherine and Division Street
Henry Lewis, Rector

any easier.
Exhibits Manuscripts
>n of .rare Greek manu-
exhibition in the main,
University Library, for
dleasure of the American
gue. The collection com-

Wedding Announced
Jean Wallace, '21, of Grand Rapids,
was married to Mr. Howard Donnel-
ly of Detroit, at 11 o'clock 'Saturday,
June 23, at Kappa Alpha Theta, house.
The bride was a member of Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority.

Stage-This Week

10:30 A. M.

Organ Period.

SUNDAY SERVICES

Garrick (Detroit) -
company in "To the

Bo
Lad

10:40 A. M. Sunday Service: "A
Present Day View 'of Dar-
winismin.,

MwI

1

8:00 A. M. Holy Communion.
10:30 A. M. Holy Communion alid Sermon by, the Rector.
"Why Keep Sunday?"
Wednesday-Open House from' 4 to 6, at Harris Hall. State a
Thursday-7 15 A. M. Holy Communion, Williams Memoriz
Harris...Hall.

udents uppi
- 1111 SOUTH UNIVERSiTY AVENUE

Store

This church will be open until
after July' 15.

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Every

Saturday

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STARTING TONIGHT

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'UTickets at Door

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