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lILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of tloe
ersity. Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
me 3 FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1923 Number 192

)mics las:
'his course has
/, T, W, Th, at
ulletin Board.

been divided, the second section meeting in Room 5,
2 o'clock. Section lists wil lbe posted on the Econom-
E. A. GEE.

des 5s:
Ethics 6s will meet beginning todlay in Room 162 of the Natural Sci-
e Building instead of 205 Mason Hall.
C. B. VI3BERT.
itors' Night at the Observatory:
Tickets for Visitors' Night at the Observatory, July 20, 23, and 24 may
obtained at the Office of the Summer Session from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
*. m., beginning 'riday, July 13. These tickets are intended for students
;he Summer Session, who will present their Treasurer's receipts when.
dying for them. The supply is very limited. E. H. KRAUS.
gara 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.
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WHAPS GOING ON
FRIDAY
-Lecture, "Our Cransportation
oblem frobi the Waterway View-
Ant." (Illustrated). Prof. H. C.
idler..
-Recital, Shaw's "The Devil's
sciple." Prof. R.-K. Immell, at Un-
ersity Hall.
-Dance at the Armory.
SATUDRAY
A. X.-3:00 P. M.-Excursion No.
Detroit News building .and the
chigan State Telephone company.
mcih at/ the telephone company's
w cafeteria.
-Dance at the Armory.
ethoistStiideits to hbld Party
aay devening at a o'clock the
of the Summer session parties
Methodist students and their
ids will be held at'.Wesley hall.
's is an opportunity for the stu-
s. to become better acquainted
more closely organized. A good
is promised by the committee in
ge of this party. They feel that
ill be to the advantage of all to
me a more compact and closer
hool Draws From All Sections
ie department of instruction in
hing of the Sdhool of Education
representatives from all sections
e country. People from 22 states
enrolled in it. Many teachers,
hes, trainers, and instructors of
ical eduqation are taking the
ses. The ages of thoseenrolled
;e from sixteen to fifty. Two
g men from Kentucky, one six-
and the other seventeen, are the
.gest members under instructio.
hel Barrymore Granted Decree
ovidence, R. I., July 5.-(By A.P.)
hel Barrymore, the actress, was
" granted a divorce from Russell
ct, son of the late Col. Samuel
)lt, of Bristol, on the grounds of
upport.

EXCURSION WILL VISIT
TELEPHONE EXCHANBE
TRIP TO INCLUDE TOUR THROUGH
DETROIT NEWS BUILDING
TOMORROW
Everything is in readiness for the
excursion trip to Detroit to be taken
tomorrow by Summer session stu-
dents, conducted by Carlton F. Wells,
director of excursions. The trip will
include a trip through the Detroit
News building and Michigan State Tel-
ephone exchange.
The trip through the newspaper
plant will include the editorial and
composing rooms and.the gigantic rad-
io plant installed recently..
Luncheon will be served at the tele-
phone company cafeteria, after which
the cable vaults, power room, machine
switching department. and public offic-
es will be visited. Time permitting,
the Main, Cherry and toll offices will
be toured.
The Detroit manual haNdles more
than 900,00 calls daily, with 3,500 op-
erators working. The machine switch-
ing, Cadillac, unit, cost $3,000,000 to
install.
American -
Detroit 0; Cleveland 10.
Chicago 3, St. Louis 4.
Athletics 5, Boston 7.

DEMPSEY LEAVS FOR
EAST AFTER TITLE BOUT
Great Falls, Mont., July 6.-(By A.
P,)--Jack Dempsey, (world's heavy-
weight champion, tonight is starting
out on a few days vacation after his
confiing training progranv after his
championship battle at Shelby yester-
day. The title holder, accompanied
;by his father, Jerry Lavatius, his
faithful little trainer, Lloyd Slonard, a
nephew, and Mike Trant, a Chicago
detective, left for Salt Lakfle City, to
visit with his mother before proceed-
ing-to Los Angeles.
The champion expects to be in New
York by August 1 ready to resume
training for a title match with either
Harry Wells, the negro heavyweight,
or the winner of the Lousis Firpo-Jess
Willard fight. Dempsey understands
that Jack Kearns, his manager, al-
ready has opened negotiations for
these bouts.
Suit for $1,750 in damages alleged
to have been done to property at
Dempsey's camp was filed in the cir-
cuit court today by the owner of the
property.
fESBROOK LOSES TO
T iLOEN IN CHICAGO0
Chicago, July 5.-(By A.P.)-Walter
Wesbrook of Detroit, former Michigan
net star, was eliminated in the semi-
finals of the Illinois state tennis cham-
pionships here yesterday by Bill Tild-
en, 6-3, 6-2.
Wesbrook startedP strong and was
leading in the first set, 3 to 1, wVhen
Tilden braced and took the next five
games. In the second set Wesbrook
was tied with the champion of 2-2 but
was unable to keep up th eterrific
pace.
STANLEY BALDWIN
ASKS CONFERENCE
London, July 5.-(By A.P.)-Prime
Minister Stanley Baldwin, referring to
a question of the house of commons
today said the United States, had in-
VISIT historic
--: Malher Zavrn -:,-
(COR. CHICAGO AND MONROE PIKES)
Gatew~ay to Irish Hills
CHICKEN DINNER : ETC.

dicated no willingness to call a con-
ference for the limitation of air forces..
He added that the objection which
he outlined would apply equally to a
conference limited to a few of the
powers.
The premier's declaration on Mon-
day was: "In my view it would be
premature to hope for the successful

issue of such a conference until a
numbe rof outstanding matters which

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DANCING
Every afternoon. .'. Also Sunday
rno P onand evenings
Brown's Pavilion, Lakeland, Mich.

BOO K AINS

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Summer School Teachers' and Students' attention i called to our mid summer
BARGAIN COVNTER
Of Text Books on all subjects, Reference Books, etc., etc.
An opportunity to strengthen your library.
SVN IVERSITY
RS~ BOOK STORE

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Vacaqtion,

Needs*,

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tled."
GARRICK hur& Sa, 25-50c
14th Annual Season Nights 25-50-75c-$
THE BONSTELLE CO.
in the 21d1'enturous, 2(omantic .Melodrama .
"THE GREEN GODDESS"
Next Monday-THE "WIDOW" SHANNON

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Bathing Suits, Knit Coats
and Sweaters in

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Tom Wye and Bradley line;
all kinds for

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Men; Ladies and Children.

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Leather Jackets and Coats
Knickers and Breeches in large assortment for
ladies and men.
Navy White Duck, Linen and Khaki Trousers, Sport
Spits, Caps, Hats, etc.
IIKIING SHOES, Wool Socks, Golf Hose, Leggings,
Puttees, Officers' Dress and Army Shoes, Tennis
Shoos, Waterproof and High-Top Mpccasin Pack Shu
for ladies and men.

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O D. Wool, Khaki, and fine Poplin Army Shirts, Pongee Dress and Sport Shirtw.
All kinds of Underwear. Cravenettes, Rai Coats, Sliekers and Ponchos.

T EN
Pyramid, or Army

We have all kinds in many sizes. A large stock'always
Teady to serve you with Reg. Wall, Auto - Touro,
y Mosquito Tents. $2.75 up.

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SUPERFLUOUS
FACIAL HAIR S
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
Electro-Cosmetic Service
224 Nickel's Arcade

Camp Blanlkets, SteamerRugs
Auto Robes, Army Blankets

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*National
Boston 3, Brooklyn 0.
St. Louis 16, Phillies 12.
A very direct and cheap form of
advertising-classifieds. -Adv.
Patronize The Daily advertisers.

CHUBB HOUSE,
WILL BE
OPEN
AS USUAL
THRUOUT THE
SUMMER SCHOOL

Knapsacks, Duffel

Bags,

Canteens,

Mess Cans,

Grills,

Stoves,

Serving

Sets,

"Gold M e d a 1 Camp Furniture,"

Cots, $3.25;

Stools, Tables, Everything for, Canmping:

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students Supply
1111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Store

Surplus Supplies Store, 213 N. 4th Ave.
"It pays to wvalk a few, blocks"

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