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ILY L HUI fi AIL HULLLtIN
tion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
ity. Copy received in the Office, of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. n. Saturday.)r
e WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1923 Number 196
alls Excusion:
who paid for staterooms last week may secure the tickets by
Room G223, Natural Science Building. Office hourse, 9-11 A. M.,
M. J. P. ROWE.
No. 4:
Isle and the Detroit River, will be the destination of the party
e excursion Wedne3day, July 11, leaving the Packard and- State
ation at 1 P. M. Those who cannot conveniently bring picnic
nay secure good meals at t.he Belle Isle Casino.,R

LLS, Director of Ex

CARLTON WELLS,
Director of Excursions.

HAT'S GOING. ON

WEDNESDAY
rsion No. 4. Belle
oit River. Trip

Isle and
ends ate

:30 P. M.
D0-Lecture, "What is a Good
Book?" Professor T. -E. Rankin.
D0-Concert Faculty of the Univer-
ity School of Music. (Hill Audi-
orium.)

THURSDAY
0-Lecture, "French Politics
lenarations." Professor T.

and
H.

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- Open Air Performan
ikespeare's "The. Merch
nice." (Campus theater.)
sion will be charged.

ce of
Lant of
Ad-

FRIDAY
05-Excursion No. 5. Niagara Falls
and vicinity. Under the direction of
Prof. J. P. Rowe, of the University
of Montana. Return early July 15.'
00--Lecture, "Our Transportation
Problem from the Highway View-
point." (Illustrated.) Professor
A. H. Blanchard.
15 - Open Air, Performance of
Je'ome's "The'"Passing of the Third'
Floor Back." (Campus theater).
SATURDAY
:00 A. M.-Excursion No. 6. Bur-
roughs Adding Machine Company,
and the General Motors Office Build-
ing. Trip ends at 3 p. m.
30 P. I.-Open Air Performance of
Shakespeare's "As You Like It".
The Shakespeare Playhouse com--
tany of New York City. (Campus
theater.) Admission will be charg-
ed.
15 - Open Air Performance of
George Bernard Shaw's "Candida";:
The Shakespeare Playhouse com-
pany of New York ,City. (Campus
theater.) Admission will be charg-
G$_S AT ATLANTA HEAR
GRAND RULER URGE PEACE
Atlanta, Ga., July 10.-A plea for in-
strial and international peace was
de here lastnight by J. Edgar Mast-
s, of Charlerol, Pa., grand "exalted
ler, at the opening session of the
h Grand Lodge convention and re-
ion of the Benevolent, Protective
der of Elk. The large auditorium
Esc packed with approximately 8,000
embers and their friends.,
Business sessions began today and
l be concluded-Thursday. The so-
i featuresofnthereunion, how-
er,' which began with golf games,
eptions and sightseeing will be con-
ued throughout 1 Wek,
Flint Man Hit By Auto
flint, Mich., July 10.-Police today
re seeking the motorist who, speed-
on the Richfield road, ran down
rt Travis, 40 years old, and left him
rerely injured in an unfrequented
t of the city without giving aid.
[ravis, suffering fro ma fractured
and other injuries, cra wled sev
I city blocks before finding aid.
was removed to Hurley hospital.
4
Teachers Play Ball Today
'he faculty of the School of Educa-
n will play the principles and the'
Ierintendents will meet the teach-
on the baseball diamond this aft-.
oon at 4:15 o'clock on south Fer-
field. The games have been post-t
ed from yesterday, on account of{
n.
Pasha Authorized to Sign
onstautinople, July 10-(By A.P.)
'he Angora government has author-
d Ismet Pasha to sign the peace

Suit Is Filed To
Stop Interference
Of Prohi Director
New York, July 10-(By A.P.)-
Following the example set recently
by physicians who contested the gov-
ernment authorities to say how much
liquor they might prescribe for a pa-
tient, Alexander Savitch, a druggist,
today fled suit to enjoin Barner Can-
ffield,, state prohibition Director from
interfering with a drug stock of alco-
hol kept for other than beverege pur-
poses.
Savitch, who had a drug store on
the East Side,. says that the 18th
Amendment does not give the govern-
ment the right to interefere with al-
cohol intended for the manufacture of
standard remedies, or for the con-
founding of doctor's prescriptions.
American League
Cleveland 4, Athletics 3.
St. Louis 9, Washington 1.
New York 3, Chicago :.
Detroit-Boston, rain.
National League
Brooklyn 9, Chicago 0./
St. Louis 2-6; Boston 1-3-Double-
header.
Cincinnati 7, Phillies 2.
Pittsburg 8, 'New York 9.
RESCUEII BELIEVES THAT
BALLOONIST FELL THURSDAY
(Continued from Page One)
Point Pelee, a little after that hour.

6OMPERS HINTS
Declares Action Would Enforce Com-
pulsory Labor in Anthracite
Mines
SAYS ATTEMPTS TO OUTLAW
STRIKES, DOOMED TO FAIL
Washington, July 10.-(By A.P.)-
Labor organizations find substantial
reasons for dissatisfaction by reports
on the anthracite industry just com-
pleted by the coal commission, Sam-
uel Gompers, president of the Amer-
ican Federation of labor, declared to--
day in a statement. The commis-
sion's recommendation, he said, con-
tains "real penalty for miners but
substantial penalty f6r mine operat-
ors," particularly in that they are aim-
ed at making strikers in the industry
if possible because they contemplate
"compulsory labor."
"It is plain to see that of all the
bright minds on the committee, not one
was a :representative of the coal
miners", the statement said. "If there
had been a single representative of
the men who actually produced an-
thracite coal, the commission would
scarcely have recommended that the
President be given full power to fix
the wages to be paid the workers in
the event of a suspension of mining
operations.
"Any attempt to outlaw the right to
stop work as a means of improving the
condition of the working people of the
United States is doomed to fail'
UNCLE SAM BUYS 2,000 TONS
OF PAPER FOR STAMPS
KalamaZwo, Mich., July 10.-Forty
tons of paper are consumed every
(week in the printing of postage stamps
in the United States.
This fact became known today when
[it was announced here that the gov-
ernment had given an exclusive con-
tract to the Kalamazoo Paper com-
pany for 2,000 tons of postage stamp
paper for the entire year.
The local company had the govern-
ment contract for five years, but one
year ago lost it through a technicality.
The government requires a high grade
paper, made according to postoffice
regulations.
Miners to Strike
"Glace Bay, N. S., July 10-(By A.
P.)-Miners of the Westville, Thor-
dun and Stellarton sections of district
No. 26, United Mine Workers, voted
last night for a 100 per cent strike to
support demands for the liberation of
two of their district officers now un-
der arrest.
Oil Promoters Indicted
Cleveland, July 10.-(By A.P.)-
Twenty-six Texas/ oil promoters, in-
cluding Dr. Frederick A. Cook, for-
mer Arctic explorer, were indicted by.
the federal grand jury here on
charges of using 'the mails to defraud
and conspiracy to make fraudulent
use of mails.
Levithan Arrives atFrench Port
Cherbourg, France, July 10-(By A.
P.)-The giant liner Leviathan ar-
rived here today on her first trans-
Atlantic voyage as a passenger ship
under the American flag. She landed
800 of her passengers here and con-
tinued on to Southampton.
Claim Government Made Mark Fall
London, July 10- (By A.P.)-The

German government itself is respons-
ible for the catastrophic depreciation
of Germany's currency, is the finding
of the reichstag's committee of in-
quiry, which issued its report Monday
says a Central News dispatch.

i J
Gen. Pierrakos Mayromichalis
- Gen. Pierrakos Mayromichalis, m-
ister of war, has just been named com-
mander-in-chief of the Greek army,
succeeding- General Pangalos, who re-
signed because of ill health.
PROPOSES GASOLINE TAX
TO BUILD CITY STREETS
Grand Rapids,. Mich., July 10.- A
city tax of one cent a gallon on gas-
oline sold here, the proceeds to be used
for the improvement and maintenance
of the city's streets is proposed by
Cimmissioner Oscar . Kilstrom. -Qan-
son Taggart, city attorney, will be ask-
ed for a ruling in the authority of the
city to impose such a tax.

IILll eJ U1I IlI{IIUIfI L
REPUTE IN COMPAN
SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYHOUSE CO.
BOASTS CUSHMAN AND
LINNELL
Four actors of international repute
will be seen here this week in
the group of plays to be presented'
Thursday, Friday and Saturday by thel
Shakespeare Playhouse company of
New York, in the campus open air
theater. Edwin Cushman, an Ameri-
can actor, who began his career in
England in the company of Sir Beer-
bohm Tree and later played with El-
len Terry, has played the Bishop in
William Faversham's production of
Shaw's "Getting Married," has for the
past three seasons been a leading
member of Walter Hampden's com-
pany. His notable performances are:,
Tristam in "If I Were King," King
Claudes in "Hamlet," Jape Samitels in
"The Passing of the Third Floor Back,"
and James Marell in "Candida"
Linneil in Feminine Roles
Gertrude Linnell has during the
past three seasons given an interesting
series of sharply drawn feminine char-
acterizations, extending from Gwen-
dolyn Megan in Galsworthy's "Thel
Pigeon to Mrs. Atkins" in -Eugene 0'-
Neil's "Beyond the Horizon."
Le Roi Operti, a descendent of a
prominent theatrical and operatic
family has a rare combination of the
talents of acting and singing. He has
played for several seasons with John

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Henry Buckler who started
career over 20 years ago with Fredr
Ward and Katheryn Kidder has
several seasons been a leading pl
er with Robert Mantell, with whom
played Cassius, and Iago among c
er parts.
EXCURSION NOTICE
The time of departure of the
Niagara excursion on Friday
July 13, has been, changed fron
C 2:30 to 2:05 o'clock.
Get good values cheap, tbru
Classified columns.-Adv.
Look over the values in the clan
fleds.-Adv.
DANCING
Every afternoon. .. Also Sunday
afternoons and evenings
Brown's Pavilion, Lakeland, Mich.
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DOROTHY 1. LWRY
CH IROPRACTOR
606 First Nst'l Ba dirg.
Hours-1:00 to 6:00 p. m.
Phone 401-J
. Open only Monday, Wednesday
1. and Friday
during July and August

BOOK BARGAI NSI

/

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.
W A '.R VNIVE1RSITY
BOOK STORE

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SUBSCRIPTIONS

It also showed that several
fired at the bag as it flew
ana.

shots were
over Indi-

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,The body of Lieutenant Roth will
be taken to Cedar Rapids, Ia., toihor-
row, for burial. It will be accom-
panied by Lieutenant Strong, who will
act as the government's official rep-
resentat've at the funeral.
Detroit, July 11-(By/ A.P.)-The
flying boat "Buckeye" belonging to
the- Aeromarine Airways Corporation
which has been aiding in the search
for Lieutenant L. J. Roth and T. B.
Null, missing naval balloonists, was
wrecked completely late this. after-
noon when, it was struck by light-
ning. The "Buckeye" was in its port,
when hit. All of the crew had sought
shelter from the heavy rain storm and
none were on the boat at the time of
the accident. The loss is estimated
at 35,000, which was covered by in-
surance.:
Nine Voters at Election
Ionia, Michigan, July 10-(By A.
P.)-Although the , School District
here has a budget of $140,000 for the
year and a building fund of $276,000,1
only nine votes were cast, at the an-
nual school election. The voters were
two school board members, six mem-
bers of the election board, and one
school janitor. Ray Curtis was elect
ed Secretary of the Board.
War-lime Wages Wanted by Railmen
Chicago, July 10-(By A.P.)-A re-
turn to the -,war-time wages of the
Order of Railway Conductors and l
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen
will be suggested to the rank and file
of the two railway organizations as
the result of action taken today by the
Western association of General Chair-
men, which closed its executive ses-

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SHOULD be paid by July 15th.
Otherwise the$2.00 rate will be

Shielby Bank Closes
Great Falls, Mont., ' July- 10.-The
First State bank, of Shelby, of which
Jim Johnson, one of the backers - of
the Dempsey-Gibbons bout, is presi-
dent, closed its doors this morning.
Look over the values in the classi-
him for you. .-Adv.
STUDETS' LUNCH

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Send - in- your check to The

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-any time before Sunday, the 15th. t

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