AT THE THEATERS
Arcade-"The Man Without a
Majestic-Win. De Mille's "Only
Orpheum - Mitchell Lewis in
"Code of the,,.Yukon;" Bert
Roach in "The Jazz Bug."
Dies From Dose of uwn lueducine
Tokio, July 2.-(By A.P.) - Dr.
Tachu Okumura attached to the med-
ical laboratories here, died today aft-
er having taken what is believed to
have been an experimental dose of his
own medicine. Dr. Okumur had re-
cently prepared a new medicine in-
tended to cure hook worm.
Fire Wipes Out Vermont Town
Montpelier, Vt., July 3.-Fire wiped
out the entire business section of
Hardwick near here today. The blaze
is believed to have started in a res-
Will serve dinner July 4th from
1x:30 to 1:30. Phone orders Tuesday,
No Written Work
At Babson Institute they make a
business of teachfig business to
college trained men who wish to
fill positions of responsibility and
and trust without spending years at
Standard office equipment through-
out. No classes or lectures, but a
business schedule of work from 8:30
to5:00 o'clock, including daily con-
ferences directed by men with years
of business experience,eand discus-
sions with active factory and office ,
executives at their plants. This re-
moves the instruction from the hypo-
thetical stage and helps the student
to look at things in the same light as
a man actually engaged in business.
Babson Institute, an educational in-
stitution endowed for the purpose of
fitting men for executive responsi-
bilities, invites you to send for the
booklet, ''Training for Business
Leadership." Write today.
Wellesley Hills, (Stos of) Mass.
"East is Worst."
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President Harding and Mrs. Hard-
ing greet crowds from rear plat.
form. Above, U. S. transpor
Henderson, which will carry the'
Harding party from Seattle to
Thousands of persons will see
President Harding in the pose
shown above-from the rearx
platform of his train-while he
is en rout- to Seattle on the first.
leg of his Alaskan trip. Hard-
ing greets the crowds in the
cities he passes through with a
Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle
company in "The Green God-
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Free Picnic Grounds and Parking Space
Baseball Game at 2:30 on Sunday and Wednesday
Workers Buy Herrin Mine
Springfield, July 3.--The Illinois
mine workers have.purchased the
mine at which the fatal rioting of last
year took place it was announced
Negro Boy Confesses Incendiarism
-Detroit, July 3.-A 17 year old ne-
gro, known as "Snowball" has con-
fessed to setting seven fires within
the last month, according to police
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'ublication in the Bulletin is constructive, notice to all members of the
niversity. JCopy received in the Office of the Summer S'ssion until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a.-m. Saturday.)
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men's League Party:
All women registered in the University are invited to a narty to be
n by the Women's League on July 4 from 4 to 9 at Betsy Barbour
se and Helen Newberry Residence. In case of rdin the party will be
I in doors. FRANCES BAIRD.
rnalism 31 and 32:
The classes in Elements of Journalism and Newspaper Editing will
t for the rest of the Summer Session in Room 208, Tappan Hall, in-
A of Room 207, University Hall, at the same hours as before.
E. G. BURROWS.
,ara Falls Excursion, July 13 to 16:
Final arrangements must be 'made by those who intend to take this
by Friday, July 6, at 4 p. m. Room 223, Natural Science Building.
J. P. ROWE.
kly Bulletin, July 9 to 14:
Notices for insertion in the Bulletin for next week will be received up
O a. m. Thursday, July 5. E. H. KRAUS.
dress in which he gave tribute to the
spirit and the achievements of the
WIIAT'S GOING ON
4:00-9:00-Women's League party on
the grounds between Betsy Barbour
and Helen Newberry house
5:4-, Lecture, "International Out-
laws, Russia and Mexio." Professor
E. D. Dickinson.
8:00-Educational motion pictures.
5:00-Lecture, "Our Transportation
Problem from the Waterway View-
point." (Illustrated). Prof. )I. C.
8:00--Recital, Shaw's "The Devil's
Disciple." Prof. R. K. Immell, at Un-
9:00-Dance at the Armory.
8:00 A. M.-3:00 P. M.--Excursion No.
3. Detroit News building and the
Michigan State Telephone company.
Lunch at the telephone company's
9:00-Dane at the Armory.
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n it for a ride through the valley
creek to a reviewing stand erect-
in the hillside. Arriving at the
swing stand, the President found
d about him pioneers who enter-
4 ed the Oregon territory prior to 1853,
and others who came immediately af-
ter. Tears almost came into the eyes
of the President as he shook hands
with some of the older ones and lis-
tened to their stories of their pioneer
The President then went to the re-
viewing stand and delivered an ad-j
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