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OFFICIAL BULL ETI
on in the
Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
received in the OFice of the Summ r Session umnil
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. (m. Saturday,)
SUNI)AY, JULY 8, 1923umber 194
of Literature. Science, and tho Arts:
nning Monday, July 9, the office hours in the Registrar's Office will
ten to twelve in the morning and from two to four in the after-
Night at the Observatory: -
:ets for Visitors' Night at the Observatory, July 20, 23, and 24 may
ned at the Office of the Summer Session from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
beginning Friday, July 13. These tickets are intended for students
ummer Session, who will present their, Treasurer's receipts when
for them. The supply is very limited. E. H. KRAUS.
.rs of the Faculties:'
pies of the Report of the President of
2 are now available for distribution to
interested. They may be obtained at
the University for tie year
members' of the faculty and
the desk in the Secretary's
F. E. ROBBINS.
versity Of Minnesota Offers
Opportunity For Religious Work
SUN Y SER ES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
Morning worship will be held at
10:30 o'clock in the Congregational
church. Rev. Herbert Atchinsoo ,ump
will continue his series of studies "Ine
Deeper Message in Some Recent Nov-
els," taking up Arthur Train's "His
C1ildren's Children". Paul Wilson
wxvl give a trumpet solo. Prof. R,
, Wenley will discuss "Sonic Remot-
er Causes of the Present Discontent"
"t the noonday open forum for sum-
Iner school students. At 5 O'clock
Mr. Mitchell will conduct a Social
flour for all Congregational students.
Holy Commlunion wvil be hell at
St. Andrew's Episcopal church at R
o'clock. At 10:30 o'clock morning
prayer and a sermon by the i ector on
"The Call That Comes to. Every
Rev. A. W. Stalker will speak on
"The Easieit Virtue", at 10:30 o'clock
at the First Methodist church. The
Student Bible class will meet at. 12
o'clock in Wesley hall.
Bible school will open at 9:30 o'-
clock at The Church of Christ. The
morning service will be at 10:30 o'-
clock and the Service club and Stu-
dent's class at 12 o'clock. Christian
Endeaxcor will be at 6:30 o'clock.
There will be an organ period at
10:30 in the ntarian church. At
10:40 Rev. Sidney S. Robbins preaches
for the last time before hls vacation
on "What is Unitarianism?"
At St. Paul's Lutheran church the
servee will be in German :at 9:30 0'-
cock. Bible school will be at 10:30.
At 11:30 will lie an English sermon
on "What is God?"
Morning worship will be at 10:30
at the First Baptist church. The ser-
nmon will be on "Life as an Adven-
tur' hy' Mr. Sayles. At 11:45 the
Guild 1iblp class will be conducted
by Mr. George Bigge.
Dr. Leonard A. Barrett will give
a sermon on "The Silence of God at
the First Presbyterian church at 10:30
Robert Warwick will appear in his urday. How she takes the way of a
greagtest screen creation, "The silent wm n with its decnial, iunselfishnes
Master," at the Orpheum theater, Wed- and finally triumphs, furnishes screen
nesday and Thursday. This is a -story entertainment of the highest .order.
of adventure which embraces Paris Iternational news and a Century
life in the gay cafes of the French comedy is also booked for Friday and
capital to the wealthy and fashionable Saturday.y
cdrrles of New York.
All through the ages, the greatest Hobbs on Way to Australia
mystery set before men has been to Prof. William H. Hobbs, of the geol-
un,'crstand "The Way of a Woman."
Oftcn it seems to be merely a matter ogy department, is expected to arrive
of c2price, one moment sunshine, the in New South Wales, Austra.a, w th-
next rain. Norma Talmadge rises to in the next few days. While abroad
new heights of artistry as the heroine Professor Hobbs will- dlo some lec-
in "The Way of a Woman," shown at ti're work and make observatiors
the Orpheum theater Friday and Sat- along scientisfic lines. He will re-
Stoldaid Hair Shoppe
Expert Facial Work and
Hair Goods and Cosmetics.
Phone 2652 707 N. University
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Summer School Teachers' and Students' attention is called to our mid summer
('A9' AI IN C OUaVNTER2%
Of Text Books on all subjects, Reference Books, etc., etc.
An opportunity to strengthen your library
Phose who believe that the Univer-
y of Minnesota lacks religious life
: enthusiasm for spiritual things,
.y be reassured by the opportuni-
WHAT'S GOING O
(f-Lectureq "Teaclhers Participa!
tion. in, School Policies". Mr. C. S.
Meek, Superintendent of Schools,
00--Meeting of the Girls' Education-
al Club at the Adelia Cheever
00- Meethng of the Men's Ediwa-
tional Club in the Library room of.
0-Lecture, "The Status of Evolu-
tion". Professor A. F. Shull.
0--Lecture, "The Effect of Poison-
ties provided for the students there
and the eagerness with which they
take advantage of them. Nearly one
million d'ollars has been invested in
denominational bodies to erect, near
the university, church edifices avail-
able for the use of students. Thir-
teen of these churches stand within
easy walking distance of the univer-
sity campus, some of them at the
campus' edge; and the evidence of
the virility of religion'on the campus
is manifest by eleven active student
religlious organizations. These are
the Catholic, Baptist, Congregational,
Episcopalian, Jewish, Methodist, Luth-
eran, Presbyterian, Christian Scient-
ist, and the Young Men's and Young
Women's Christian associations.
Each student who registers at the
University of Minnesota, states a pre-
ference in religion. These lists of
-registrations are assembled with the
assistance of the registrar's office and
the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A., and
each student, upon his arrival is
made acquainted in the church cir-
cles of his own denomination and en-
couraged to take an active part in
its religious and social life.j
Comparing the number of students,
who take an active part in religious
activities, with those in other univer-
sities, the University of Minnnesota
stands immediately in the forefront
in the field of religion.
VIIT BELL ISLE PARK
Better Be Safe
YOU'LL LIKE YOUR SUNDAY DINNER
If You Eat It at 11e
co. S. state and Monroe t.
Where Quality, Service and comfort Are .ombiiied to Make Youl
Your Meal Enjoyable
IT'S CLEAN, COOL AND REFRESHING
And here's what we offer you for 75c
A ITER your car is hopelessly)
s Wrecked-it's too late, but
there is still time.
Chicken Broth with Rice
Chicken a la King
Prime Rib Roast of Beef
Virginia Baked Ham
New "ax Beans
us Gases on the Lungs".
or L. M. Warfield.
0-Excursion No. 4. Belle
me Detroit River. Trip
:30 P. M.
0-Lecture, "Wh'lat is
o'clock. .Bible class for summer stu- I
dents will follow the morning service.
Prof. Theodore Running will speak day.
on "The New Infinite". The social Don t think you're immune, it
hour will be at 5:30 and Christian En- Dnyhpn ou'reime it .
deavor at 6:30 o'clock. may happen to the lest of us.
Community Vesper Service on the And wheni it does, you'll congrat-
plaza in front of the University at j ulate yourself oil your foresight.
So'clock will be conducted by Rev.
heonry Lewis. Mass singing will be 1_r
Cream Cocoanut Pie
Tutti Fruiti Ice Cream
Dinner 1 to 2
Call 1358-W for Reservation
k?", Professor T.]
School of Music.
-Lecture, "French Politics and
parations." -Professor T. H.
-Open Air Performance of
akespeare's "The Merchant of
nice." (Campus theater.) Ad-
ssion will be charged.
-Excursion No. 5. Niagara Falls
I vicinity. Under the direction of
of. J. P. Rowe, of the University
Montana. Return early July 15.
-Lecture, "Our Transportati on
>blem from the Highway View-,
int." (Illustrated.) Professor
-Open Air Performance of Eu
ae O'Neill's "Beyond the , Hori-
s". The Shakespeare Playhouse
New York City. (Campus thea-
.) Admission will be charged.
A. M.-Excursion No. 6. Bur-
ighs Adding Machine Company,
d the General Motors Office Build-
. Trip ends at3 p,.im.
P. Ai.-Open Air Performance ofj
akespeare's "As You Like It".
e Shakespeare Playhouse coam-
ny of New York City. (Campus
ater.) Admission will be charg-
P. M.-Open Air Performance of
orge Bernard Shaw's "Candida".-
e Shakespeare Playhouse coi-
my of New York City. (Campus
ater.) Admission will be charg-
Women's Educational club will
et Monday, July 9, at 7 o'clock,
Adelia Cheever house, 516 East
dison street. All teachers, pro-
ctive teachers, and women inter-
ed in education are cordially in-,
d. For the program see article
ewhere in the Daily.
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Belle Isle, widely known
park and playground, will be
tination of the summer session stu-
dents who take excursion nunmber
four of the series next Wenesday, July
Unlike previous trips the purpose
will not be _educational or sight-sge-
ing, but pleasure and quiet enjoy-
iment of the beauty of this wooded
island. The director will, however.
conuct those who wish guidance Lto
the casino, the botanical gardens; the
aquarium, and the zoo. Swimming
will be available at the municipal
bathing, beach and those who bring
picnic hLnches will find out of door
facilities for enjoying them.
For those students without lunches,
satisfactory service at the Casino can
be secured, where a city-operated
under the direction of George Oscar
AT THE THEA TERS
The Majostic theater will open its
program today with' Booth Tarking-
ton's famous classic of American boy-
hood, "Penrod and Sam." Benny
Alexander in the role of "Penrod" is
said to reach the zenith of his youth-
ful career ii this story.
Teddie Gerard, whose name is famil-
iar in the European theatrical world,
will make her film debut in the screen
version of "The Cave Girl," which will
be shown at the Majestic Friday and
The story deals with the love and
adventure of Margot, a college profes-
sor's daughter who has chosen to wear
man's attire and fight her battle for
existence, isolated from civilization.
"A Woman.s Woman" which will be
featured at the Wuerth theater begin-
ning Sunday through Tuesday. The
cast includes Dorothy MacKail who
was the star of "Mighty Lak' A Rose."
Pathe news and the comedy, featuring
Charlie Murray in "Helpful Hogan"
ull li dt-Id ofrt nn t
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Keep cool these hot- days, get
one of our
Wolf Lake Michigan's
most delightful Summer
An Ideal Place
To spend a day or week-end
or to get a
Frog and Chicken
A pleasant motor trip of 28 miles from
Ann Arbor. Take highway M-47 to
Grass Lake, passing thru, turn left 4 1-2
miles (following signs),to Mack Island.
Priced from $5 up
Eledric Lamps and Bulbs in White, Blue
and Common Glass. Flashlights and
Burgess Batteries, Dry Cells, Eureka
Vacuum Cleaners, Eletric Fixtures of
Lamned Hardware o.
The Up-To-Date Hardware
310 S. State
Daily Excursion to
A thing, BVoing,
cafeteria provides meals. |V11D 11U aUU'2sU
Yesterday's tour of the Detroit "Snowdrift," a story crowded witht
Nws ili and the properties of dramatic h igh light with Charlie
the Michigan State Teleti ec of_ Jones, Gertrude Ryan, and Irene Rich
pany wais attended by 35 students. as stars will be shown at the Wuerth,
From 10 o'clock until noon the pary Wednenesday and Thursday.
was shosnthe various departments r"he Gray D awn," the screen ver-
of tine News plant. sion of Stewart Edward White's- novel,!
Luncheon as guests of the Tele- will be the feature at the Wuerth,l
phione companyv was served1 in theFriday and Saturday. It boasts an un-
model employee cafeteria, and fol-I usually large cast of .eighteen screen.
lowing that four company engineersI artists, with Clara Adams and Roberti
guided the students in small -groups McKim as leads. This story is well
through the m aze of telephone sys- known for its realism and beauty, will
tems providing service to Detroit and lbe interesting to all types of screen
surrounding territory. The last part lovers.
of the inspection tour was devoted
to the main city offices, where most The Qrpheum theater presents Abel
of Detroit's local and long C(Wtance iGance's sensational production, "I Ac-
calls are handled. Mr. C. WT. hunger- Icuse" on Sunday through Tuesday.
ford, publicilty manager for the cm- T'lis picture is taken from the story
pany, and editor of the plat publica- "J'Accuse" which is capable of hold-
tion, "'Th 1\louihpieee", was in charge ing an audience interested by its deep
of the arrangements. human appeal. International news
__- ___and Charles Murray in the "Love
Patronizo The Daily advertisers. Riot' 'will be added fetures.
New Dinner-dance room may be
-engaged by private parties, Reserva-
tions for dinners may be made by tele-
WfLLIAM K. McINTYRE Prop.
American and Chinese Nest.
U2 E. WIlliam, one block from
c One Round Trip $1 .2 SSpdays
Way . (Return Same Day) Ho days
Leaves Detroit Daily 9 a. m. (E. T.)
The finest exclusive excursion steamer, the Put-in-Bay, noted for
its large ballroom, makes this trip a memorable one. Orchestra and
dancing aboard, *ithout extra charge. Cafeteria aboard.
Four hours crammed with outdoor pleasures at Put-in-Bay-bathing-dancing-
groves for lunching and athletic fields.. See the wonderful Caves, and Perry's
Connections atPut-id-Bay with steamers for Cleveland, Toledo and Lakeside.
Plly to Sandusky
The Put-in-Bay makes the-run through to Sandusky every-day. Fare-$1.50
Special Friday Excursions to Cedar Point
A special excursion is made every Friday to Cedar Point-the fresh water rival
to Atlantic City-the finest bathing beach in the world-large summer hdtels,
grgves, and -all outdoor amusements. Four hours at Cedar Point and seven
hours at Put-in-BayI Leaving Cedar Point at 5 p. m. and Put-in-Bay at 7 p. i.
arrive back in Detroit 10:30 p. m. Fare-Cedar Point,$1.50 round trip; Put-in-
Bay, 80 cents.
Dancing Moonlights Write for Map Folder
Leaves Detroit 8:45 p. m. AShley & Dustin
Fare, Wed., Tours ,60c. Sat., -Steamer Line
Sun. and Holidays, 75c.
Foot of First Street
,z Detroit, Mich.
One-Half Fried Spring Chicken
Tea, Coffee or Milk
All for 85c
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We serve Chop Suey of all kinds.
;open fronm 11 :~tO a. in. to 10 pa ill.