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LS TO CARRY
COLORS IN AIR RACE

"WHERE IS OLD TUVS PLACE?"
OLD GRAD ASKS ON VISIT
(Continued from Page One)
"The thing we all liked about Tut's
was his Day Book. One could go
there for a meal and merely write{
his name in the book and put the
amount of the bill next to it, if one
didn't have money to pay for it at'
the time. The boys would let their,
bills accumulate and pay when theyI
had the money. Somedidn't pay un-
til ten or twenty years after they had,
left the University. You'll find some
real names in that good old book.I
Among them, names of today's biggest
ment,-Senator Royal S. Copeland's,]
Charles S. Denby, Secretary of the
Navy, and "Jimmy" Angel, President
of Yale. Old Man Tutclaimed he
never lost a penny on the students"'
accounts. The book has probably
been laid away among the familyf
treasures since his .death."
According to the deminiscing alum-
nus, the best thing he served wasI
steak and onions ok liver and onions.
If one went there after theatre# for_

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Majestic-Emerson Hough's "The
Man Next Door."
Orpheum - Conway Trearle in
"The Road of Ambition;" com-
edy and screen snapshots.
Wuerth-John Gilbert in "The
Love Gambler;" Stan Laurel
in "The Egg."

Stage-This Week

known, but the students are bed
more and more to take part i
things. Students also have a s
shaping the affairs of the univE
in some places being able to a
the election of their president
Education in Mexico seems
taking the most rapid strides 1
the achievement of learning, t
get for such purposes being ni
enlaged. Mexico has been he
by the unstable condition of t
ernment, but it is steadily co
the front and will soon be
stand abreast with other mo
balanced Spanish-American co
IProf. del Toro stated that
braries of the South American
sities do not hold such an in
place as do the universities
Un'ited States, bUt their muse
ranked among 'the best.
BRITISH REPARATIO-S NO
READY FOR FINAL API
(Continued from Page Or
ceived from the French emb
London, will be of such a nat
there will have, to be a fur
change of views.
Brussels, July 18-(By A
chamber of deputies today or
iminary vote, .adopted the am'
the pending military bill e
military service two month
occupation of the Ruhr Cont
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o right, Lieut. R. Irvine, Lieut. F. IV. Wead; Lieut. D. Rittenhouse aand Lieut. A. W. Gorton
iators will represent the U. S. navy in the Schneider cup races in England. The four, -Lieutenl-
ead, Rittenhouse, and G orton, will fly 'America's speedies sea planes. The air derby will start at
ght. It is a blue ribbon event for service men.

tea and toast, the butter on the toast
would taste of onion.
When shown the new tea room run
by Mr. Tuttle's successors on May-
nard street, and when he saw its cre-
tonne-covered walls and cretonne un-
der the glass tops on the tables; its
French gray tables and chairs; and
a substantial cash register adorning
the counter, he sighed: "This is fine
but Tut's certainly isn't what it used
to be. We never had any 'No Smok-
ing' signs in our day." r s
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Garrick (Detroit) - The Bon-
I stelle company in "Lawful
Larceny."
Printers' Congress Called
Gothenburg, Sweden, July 18.-(By
A.P.)-As a result of the World Prin-
ters' Congress, an, international Mas-
ter Printers' bureau is to be opened
in Gothenburg; bulletins will. be is-
sued regularly in English, French
j and German.
A very direct and cheap form of
advertising-classifieds. Adv.
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OFFICIAL BULLETIN
e Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
y received in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.)
THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1923 Number 103
nal Club:
g on Monday, July 23, at 7 p. in., at Betsy Barbour
ce Kingsley, State Inspector of Schools, in Massachu-

.1.

BLANCHE HOWELL.

Oservatory:
s' Night at the Observatory, July 20, 23, and 24 may
e of the Summer Session from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
re intended fo students of the Summer Session, who
urer's receiptswhen applying for them. ,The supply
E. H. KRAUS.
r Company. A trip wich will prove an interesting
st to the la'rge production methods of Ford. Two
visiting the various departments of this high class
[ant. Party leaves Packard at State Streets at I p.
Party arrives in Ann Arbor at 6.:45 p. m.
CARLTON F. WELLS.
I Others Interested:
f the Graduate School will be open for the remain-
he regular hours, those desiring to consult with the
Friday of this week. Consultation hours: Tuesday,
11-12; Friday, 10-11.
A. H. LLOYD.

FORSITHE 'GIVES HINTS,
ON~~N WEGTADHEALTH,
D r. Warren E. Forsythe, director of
the University Health service, has
compiledthe followingthints to the
nantenan ce of correct weights of
persons in good health. IHe states
that the body weight. is an index of
length of life.
'youth and, age have opposite 'tasks
to carry out, and for each slight ad-
justments in. weight are necessary.
For young people under the age of
30 some overweight is an advantage,
but for persons past 35 overweight
adds to risk increasingly with the ad-
vance eof age. Overweight is more
dangerous to tall men; men under 5
ft. 7 in. and 40 to 44 years of age are
better risks than those of 5 ft. 10 in.
when the percentage of overweight is
increased equally for each. Under
weight also is more advantageous to
tall persons in earlier years, but the
underweight tall person is the best
risk after 40.
Beyond early adult age 10 to20 per
cent under weight is best for all, but
at 50 the best weight is 30 to 40
pounds below the average. Large=
chests and large trunks in overweight
are better than small trunks and large
abdomens.
Restriction in diet and proper exer-
cise seem to promise help in reducing
the increasing frequency of death of
persons over 45 years of age.
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Exchange Notes
Indiana - The 129 correspondence
courses of the extension division of
the university have an enrollment of
1400. The courses have shown a
steady increase in the past few years,
the English department in the lead.
Indiana.- Twenty-two letters were
granted by the athletic board last
I week to baseball and track men of the
university.

(Continued from Page One)
In the northwest corner a're to -be lo-
cated the officers' headquarters and
business offices.
Stained glass windows will furnish
the finishing touches to beautify the
exterior of the structure, while the
interior will be finished in brick and
terra cotta rather than plaster', to
give to it an appearance of solidity
and permanence.
Thebuilding plamis and architec-
ture were planned by Messrs. Rous-
seau and McConkey, both professors
of the College of Architecture. It is
their opinion that the chapel, al-
though not a large one, will be most
beautiful and extremely istinctive
of its kind. They state that it will
lend an unusual atmosphere of relig-
ion, and refinement, and will 'stand
as a monument to the work which
the (Catholic church has accomplish-
ed among its parishoners in the Uni-
versity.

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SPOTLIGHT ACTS WANTED
More acts are needed for the
Summer Spotlight, which will be
held July 27 in Hill auditorium.
Anyone who has an act or an
idea for one is requested to com-
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