100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 18, 1923 - Image 4

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1923-07-18

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

1 uriJ ~.'ViviVVr1 iVA~li..t-i N L1 Jt- UL d

t

PANESE SCHOOL GIRLS RECEIVE
MILITARY TRAINING FROM SOLDIERS
}- -

I
I
i
I
ti

AT THE THEATER'S

Australia Sends
New Trade Envoy

Third Concet
Be Giveu

Screen-Today

Majestic - Be
"The Wom
Faces."
Orpheum- Cor
in "The Stu4
Montana in "
Wuerth- Dor
( Understudy;"
"Boys to Boa
4
Stage-7
Garrick (Detro
( stelle compa
Larceny."

tty Compson , in
an with Four
nstance Talmadge
dio Girl;" Bull
A Ladies' Man."

The third concert of the season wi
be presented by the faculty of ti
School of Music this evening in Hi
auditorium at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Emn
Fischer-Cross, instructor in pianofort
and Mrs. Grace Johnson-Konold, so
rano and singing instructor, will 1
the artists of the evening, with Mr
Cross as accompanist as well as sol
ist.
The program has been arranged
an interesting way and with a sele
tion of numbers to give the entertai:
ment a thoroughly popular atmo
phere. The songs by Mrs. Konold i
elude a number from Verdi's opera ]
Traviata and a song of Grieg's-bo
immortal though a striking contra
in mood. The last group for the pian
is made up of a composition of Mr
l Cross' own, the familiar Polonaise
Paderewski, and the always popul
Lieberstraum by Liszt.

is
rd.

This

1 ,r~d ^P.: , 1 "r T:.:iei t.. .+;'t...w. . . . . . . . 5
"may+".~~
. . . . . . . . . . .'..
Inatrmn nTkyrea^ig ilshwtoue-il
I .apn.ognzn nAao urGrso h ipo eaeCmeca colo oy r e
ing raied n te at o wa. Sldirs o th Fist egient sttioed n th Jap cpitl, re ctig a in
strutors Th girs ae beng tugh to ande riles

May in "The
Our Gang" in
s Week
The Bon-k
in "Lawful

it)
any

Doctor B4ll, 10,000 Crowns
Vienna, July 17-(By A. P.)-Phys-
icians charge 10,000 crowns a call,
which is about 15 cents in American
money; most of their families have
meat once a month.
U. S. Envoy Reaches Moscow
Moscow, July 17-(By A.P.)-The
press announces the arrival of a rep-
resentative of the Washington Post-
office Department to discuss Russo-
American postal relations.

Donald Mackinnon .
Donald Mackinnon now is in Amer-
ica to look after Australian trade in-
terests. He succeeds Sir Mark Sheld-
on, who returned to Australia some
time ago.
VISIT historic
- Wa er Cavern - -
(CO:. CHICAGO AND MONROE PIKES
C tK ay to Irish Hill
CHICKEN DINNER :,: ETC

Remember "Jimmie the adtaker's"
number-960.-Adv.
I. ,

F O .┬ęD always tases
much better if the
surroundings are right.
There is no pleasanter
place in Ann Arbor in
to eat than
TUTTLE'S LUNCH
ROOM
MAYNARD STREET

I 'I

11,

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

I

Publication
University.
Volume J

in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1923 Number 102

Summer Session Graduates:
-Students expecting to complete (during the'Summer Session) the re-
quirements for degrees and for teachers' diplomas are expected to call .at
the office of the Secretary of the College or School in which they are en-
rolled and fill out the necessary blanks preparatory to the payment of the
diploma fees to the University Treasurer.
EDWARD H. KRAUR.
Visitors' Night at the Observatory:
Tickets for Visitors' Night at the Observatory, July 20, 23, and 24 may
be obtained at the Office of the Summer Session from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
4 p. m. These tickets are intended fo students of the Summer Session, who
will present their Treasurer's receiptswhen applying for them. The supply
is very limited. E. H. KRAUS.
Excursion No. 7:
Caddillac Motor Car Company. A trip wich will prove an interesting
and informative contrast to the large production methods of Ford. Two
hours will be spent in visiting the various departments of this high class
motor car producing plant. Party leaves Packard at State Streets at 1 p.
m. Wednesday, July 18. Party arrives in Ann Arbor at 6:45 p. m.
Graduate Students and Others Interested:I
While the office of the .Graduate School will be open for the remain-
der of the summer at the regular hours, those desiring to consult with the
Dean should do so by Friday of this week. Consultation hours: Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, 11-12; Friday, 10-11.
f A. H. LLOYD.

FARMER LABOR PARTY
CARRIESRMINEOT
(Continued from Page One)
at.ves and two terms in the Minnesota
state senate from Meeker county.
In 1922 Mr. Johnson won the nom-
ination of the Firmer-Labor Party as
its candidate for governor. He was
defeated by Gov. Preus by 14,000
votes.
When Gov. Preus called a special
election to fill the vacancy in the
United States Senate, Mr. Johnson an-
nounced his candidacy for the Far-
mer-Labor nomination, defeating May-
or L. A. Fritsche, of New Ulm~, - and
former Rep. Charles A. Lindbergh.
Mr. Johnson made a hard six weeks
campaign speaking in nearly every
county in the state He had the sup-
port of a group of Twin City Republi-
cans, headed by Thomas Frankson,
of St. Paul, and he also was support-
ed by the Non-Partisan League and
its publications. The La Follette
wing of the Republican Party in Wis-
consin came to his aid in Minnesota
with a delegation ot speakers.
Student Health
Better For Year
Health among members of the stu-
dent body during the past year was
the best it has been for the past three
years, according to the annual report
issued by the Health service. In al-
most every type of sickness a sharp
decline is shown in the number of
cases reported, and in several items
the number of cases is less than half
what it was last year. Pharyngitis is
the only prominent complaint which
ts an exception to this statement and
it shows an increase of six oases over
the previous year's total of 24.
Medical examinations caried out
were 232 which is practically double
the number for the year 1922. X-Ray
examinations which are reported for
the first time total 56. There were
seven deaths altogether amongst stu-
dents, two of them resulting from in-
juries received while bathing at Whit-
more Lake, and five from disease.
The Health service will probably
advise a modification of their program
of annual physical examinations for
the past year.
New Excursion Bulletin Issued
Changes in the summer lecture and
excursion program has made neces-
sary the issuing of a new bulletin.
The revised program has ben printed
in the same form as the one issued
at the beginning of the Summer ses-

k

Tennis

II________________________________________________

packet BargainsI

WE ARE OFFERING
ANY RACKET IN THE STORE
-AT25 per cent DISCOUNT
A W S UNIVERS I T'Y'
BOO K STOR E S

a

w

-

1

pi

I'4

For the Balance of the Summer

The Sum mer.

Michigan

Daily

WR A T'S GOG ONO
WEDNESDAY
1:00-Excursion No. 7. Cadillac Mot-
or company. - Trip ends at 4:30.
5:00-Lecture, "La Educacion Univer-
sitaria En Hispano-America, Las
Neuvas Tendencias, (Illustrated).
Prof. Julie del Tro.
8:00--Concert. Ifr%. Enmma Fischer-
Cross, pianist; Mrs. Grace Johnson-
Konold, soprano, under the auspices
of University School of Music, Hill
auditorium.
THURSDAY
5:00-Lecture, "The Industrial Situ-
ation." Professor A. E.White.
8:00-Educational motion pictures.
Auditorium of the Natural Science
building.
8:00-Demonstration by Classes of
Children of the Kinscella Method of
Class Piano teaching. Also, by film,
a demonstration of Miss Kinscella's
Piano Class Methods in Rural
schools, under the auspices of the
University School of Music, High
School Auditorium. ,

SATURDAY
8:00 A. M.-Excursion No. . First
National Bank Building (25 Stories,
finished in- 1922), including roof
view and sub-basement burgar-proof
vaults. Luncheon in Bank's dining
room. Bob-Lo Island and Detroit
River (P. M.). Leave Boh-Lo ,.at
5.30 P. M.
U-NOTICE
Summer session students desiring to
use the Union Building this summer
must obtain card at desk. A di-
rectory of all students has been com-
piled.

WILL BE 75 CENTS

It is delivered

every

morning

except Monday thruout the ses-
Sion-or mailed anywhere with-
out additional cost.

Homer Heath
To Advise

Goes
Grads

At the request o the New York Al-
umni association, Homer Heath, gen-
eral manager of the Union, will go to
New York during the coming week to
make a survey of club buildings in I
that city. Although the New York men
have made no definite statement of
their plans, it is understood that they
contemplate erecting a club house
which will house the Alumni associa-
tion that city.
. The new building would furnish
hotel accommodations for non-resident

(L Are there enough Dailies at

your house?

Make sure of

plenty, for they're only

75c,

by calling 960-and ordering.
C The Summer Daily has im-
portant notices in it-and also
important news.

FRIDAY
00-Lecture, "Where Health and Re-
ligion Meet." Professor W. E. For-
sythe.
00-Lecture, "The University Expe-
dition to the Near East, 1919-20."
Professor F. W. Kelsey.
30-Visitors' Night at the Obesrva-
tory. Admission by ticket only.

r
i

members and provide a meeting place sion and may be obtained in the office
for Michigan men in the city and vic- of Dean E. H. Kraus.
inity.
Russia Breaks With Sofia.
Bolivian Minister Dies Moscow, July 17-(By A.P.)-The
Paris, July 17-(By A.P.)-Dr. Lo- Russian mission to Sofia has been
aquin Caso, Bolivian minister to the withdrawn following reports of the
Vatican, 81 years old, died in Paris assassination of a member of the Rus-
while undergoing medical treatment. sian Red Cross in Bulgaria.

I

f

Don't Miss It

Call 960 Today

itudents Supply
1111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Store

I'

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan