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AlLY OFFICIAL
lication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
versity. Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
ane . SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1923 r Number 189

Volu

Summer Session Students:
The attention of Summer Session students is particularly called to the
fact that the receipt for. fees should be very carefully preserved. Here-
after, absolutely no refunds of fees wifl be made except on surrender of the
receipt. Students who may chance to withdraw from the Summer Session,
within the period when a refund is allowed will not be able to secure such
refund. If they have lost their receipt.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
Niagara Falls Excursion, July 13-16:
In order that proper stateroom and hotel reservations may be made,
the undersigned would like to see, at an early date, those who are interested
in the Niagara Falls Excursion. Room 223 G, Natural Science Building.
J. P. ROWE.
French 10s:
The new section of French 13s will meet at 7:00 and 10:00 (instead of
8:00 and 10:00), Room 301, South Wing, in charge of Mr. Hopkins.
A. G. CANFIELD.
Excursions:
I shall be in the Summer Session Office, Room 8, Unversity Hall, Tues-
day and Thursday mornings from 9:30 toy 11:00 for consultation concerning
excursions. CARLTON WELLS,
Director of Excursions.
French 45:
French 45 will meet on, Saturday from 9 to 11 and Monday 8 to 10.
C. S. CARRY.
girls' Educational Club:
All womn interested in organizing the Girls' Educational Club for the
summer will please meet at Helen Newberry Residence at 7:00 p. m., Mon-
lay, Jne 2. MARGARET CAME RON.
summer Session Faculty:
Class LEsts should be returned to the Office of the Summer Session not
ater than Monday, July 2. In all cases the School or College in w1ich
he student is enrolled should be indicated. E. II. KRAUS.

BRITISHER GIVES VIEWS
ON UIIPRUHIBITIUN
(Continued from, Page One)
hibition became a subject to which
no serious thought could be applied
anyone who introduced it became a
humorist.
A different' attitude was evident
when America sought to extend the
provisions of the Volstead Act. This
came about through the enforcement
of 'dry' ships. When it was decided
that, no ships trading with the United
States could carry liquor, the Eng-I
lish Press immediately took up the
question, as this step was going to
affect England directly. "Who could
imagine another nation daring to dic-I
tate to us whether our ships shall
carry liquor?" The Englishman's
rights were in the balance and it was
high time to arise in defense. Pro-
hibition in another country was all
right, but when it came to imposing it
on England the humor vanished from
the situation. However that outburst

died down as the "dry" decision was
made applicable only to American
ships. ;
The question has now arisen afresh,
and certain sections of the British
Public are eagerly resenting the in-
terference with their rights by the re-'
cent confiscation of liquor on Britis H
ships. A member of the English Par-
liament has requested permission tol
introduce a bill to compel all ships
limit and Parliament has consented tc'
the introduction of the bill.
The English government would like
to treat the dispute as a private one,
lying between the steamship con-
panies and the American government
and has consistently refused to take
any (active steps in the dispute.
Whether English public opinion will
be strong eough to force the govern-
ment to intervene, is a matter for con-
jecture. This appears to be unlikely,
as the majority of the people are
not directly affected.
Michigan banners, blankets, pen-
nants and pillows at Wahr's Univer-
sity Bookstore.-Adv.
Four Course Chicken Dinner
Sunday, 12:30 to 2
COSY CORNER TEA ROOM
330 Maynard St.
Phone 996-W Tables may be reserved
in advance -Adv.

r rnal timm ' munr r er
Essen, Juie 29.- (By A.P.) -The
French tri-color was flying today over
Hoehen-Sybeurg, one of the foremost
historical ports In the Ruhr, si uated
at the confluence of the Lenre and
Ruhr rivers. This occupation of addi-
tional territory was taken as a penal-.
ty because of the frequent sniping
form unoccupied Germany upon the
French troops and sentries near the
frontier.
Four Die in Ship' Explosion,
Newport, R. I., June 30-(By A.P.)
--Four lives were lost aboard the de-

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WHERE WILL YOU EAT
SUNDA DINNER
Try the CUTTING CAFE

Cor. State and Monroe Sts.
You will receive clean home-cooked
food in an apetizing manner for the
lowest prices.
Can you better this for 75c today?
CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP
with long b'ranch wafers~
FRICASSEED CHICKENF
with hot bisscuits
ROAST VEAL WITH DRESSING
Mashed Potatoes New Green Peas
Radishes

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Summer School Teachers' and Students' attention is called to our mid summer
BARGAIN -COUNTER
Of Text Books on all subjects, Reference Books, etc., etc.
An opportunity to strengthen your library.
V NIVORSITY
A"L BOOK STORE

WH A PS GOING ON

3. Detroit News building and the
Michigan State Telephone company.
Lunch at the telephone company's
new cafeteria.
9:00-Dane at the Armory.
AT TILE THEATERS

HEAD LETTUCE SALAD
with mayonnaise dressing'
APPLE AND LEMON PIE
STRAWBERRY SUNDAE

MONDAY
:00-Lecture, "Some Aspects
Modern Drama." Prof. O. J.
bell.

of the
Camp-

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Coffee

Tea

Milk

Ice Tea

00-Meeting of the Girls' Education.
al club at Helen Newberry%
TUESDAY
0-Lecture, "Geology of Niagara
Falls" (illustrated). Prof. J. P.
Rowe of the University of( Montana.
WEDNESDAY
90-9:00-Women's League party on
the grounds between Betsy Barbour
and Helen Newberry house .
THURSDAY
90- Lecture, "International Out-
laws, Russia and Mexio." Professor
E. D. Dickinson.
0-Educational motion pictures.
FRIDAYl
00-Lecture, "Our Transportation
Problem from the Waterway View-
point." (Illustrated). Prof. H. C.
Sadler.
00-Reeital, Shaw's "The Devil's
Disciple." Prof. R. K. Immell, at Un-
versity Hall.
)0-Dance at the Armory..
SATUDRAY
0 A. M.3:00 P. M.--Excursion No.

Screen-Today

Arcade-Agnes Ayres
Heart Raider";
Blood" series, Round

in "The
"Fighting
Seven.

Majestic-Wm. De Mille's "Only
38."
Orpheum-George Arliss. in "The
Man Who Played God."
Wuerth-Mary Alden in "A Wo-
man's Woman;" "The Lights
of New York."

Call 1358-W for reservations
Highest Quality Meals by Day or WXeel
-Adv.
TYPEWRITER S
RENTED
TYPEWRITING
DONE
Hamilton Business College
Phane 342-R STATE AND WLIANS
WE WISH to announce
to the general public
that we are keeping open
this summer. We solicit
your patronage.'
TUTTLES'LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

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prices.
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