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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1924

Persia Acts To Punish Slayers Of U. S. Consul

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9DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the Office of the Summer Ses-
sion until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume 4 FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1921 Number 2301
Students of Public Health:
Mr. Newell Edson, of the American Social Hygiene Association, will
continue his lectures on Social Hygiene, today at 4 p. m., in the Natural
Science auditorium.
JOHN SUNDWALL.
I iit-iu-Ikay EIXn, ~Saturday. July .6th:
Steamer tickets (64 cents) should now be purchased at the
Office of the Summer Session. The tickets will serve for iden-
tifleiation of members of the party when 'boarding the special cars, and
the return coupon later on the island to secure special rates at certain
caves. The Conductor on D. U. R. special cars will collect a fare of $1.56
and give a free return coupon, thus making the total cost for transorta-
lion going and returning, $2.20. For members of the party Perry's, Crys-
tal, and Mammoth Caves at Put-in-Bay have reduced their entrance fee
Vrom 25 cents to 10 cents.
The special cars will make three stops in Ann Arbor to pick up mem-
bers of the party: at Huron Street waiting room, at State and Packard
s4treets corner, and at Wells Street. In Ypsilanti they will stop at the Nor-
mal School. Same stops will be made on the return, and the party should
reach Ann Arbor about 10 p. in. Cars leave Huron Stseet at 6:50 a. m.
and Wells Street at 7:00 a. in.
Very important. Return coupons, D. U. R., Detroit to Ann Arbor are
valid only on special cars of excursion party. Those who have register-
ed for the excursion must also purchase steamer return tickets at the Of-
fice of the Summer Session. Tickets should be purchased before 10:30 this
morning in order that the cars may be ordered. A few tickets only, if
any, can be sold after that hour. W. H. HOBBS.
Diploma Fees:
Students expecting to complete (during this Summer Session) the re-
quirements for degrees or for teachers' diplomas are requested to call at
the office of the School or College in which they are enrolled and fill out
the necessary blanks preparatory to the payment of the diploma fees to the
University Treasurer. EDWARD H. KRAUS.

RIGHTOR LECTURES ON
PUBLIC FNACESYSTEM
The subject of Mr. Rightor's lec-
ture delivered before the League of
Women voters was "Public Finance."
The budget system was defined and
explained. First of all, a budget is
a form of stating the expenditures to
be used, and a plan for meeting them.
The object of the system is to give
out information-to tell the source
of the money, which is largely taxes,
and to show where it goes. It is
used in all forms of government from
national to city, the model budget
being, according to Mr. Rightor, that
of the city of Detroit.
HOOIRJOINS SUMMER
Prof. Merrill Isaac Schnebly, of the
University of Indiana, has joined the
staff of Michigan's Law school, for
the second semester which began
' Tuesday.
Professor Schnebly has been con-
nected with the law department of In-
diana university since 1920, teaching
Personal Property, and Equity. Dur-
ing this second term of the Summer
session, he will be an instructor in
Law of Wills.
Professor Schnebly plans to return
to Bloomington shortly after the Sum-
mer session at Michigan is over,

With martial law declared, and troops in control of the region, swift and inexorable punishment is ex-
pected to be given the anti-Bahai demonstrators who mobbed to death the American vice consul, Robert Im-
brie, in Teheran, capital of Persia. Another American, Melin Seymour, is in a grave condition from injuries
received when he and Imbrie were set upon by the mob while photographing a sacred shrine. Above is the
parliament building in Teheran, where Persian representatives will meet to act on the grave situation caused
by the crime. Right is a photo of Imbrie, and a map showing the location of Teheran.

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WHAPS GOING ON
FRIDAY
4:00-Lecture - Subject to be an-
nounced. Mr. Newell W. Edson.
Natural Science auditorium.
5:00-Simon Bolivar and the Winning
of South American Independence-
Dr. A. S. Aiton, Natural Science au-
ditorium.
8:00-Some American Architects and
Their Work -- (Illustrated). Prof.
Emil Lorch. Natural Science au-
ditorium.
SATURDAY
7:00 a. m.-Excursion N. 10.--Putlin-
Bay, Lake Erie, under the direction
of Prof. W. II. Ho's: via Interurban
toaDetroit and stmer to Put-in-
Bay. Open to members of the Sum-
mer session and their friends.
AT THE THEATERS
Screen-Today
Majestic-- Florence Vidor in
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Kinograms.
Orpheum-Jack Iloxie in "The
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Wuerth-Cliff Nichols' "Younger
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James, Jr."; Milton Sills, Car-
mel Myers in "The Last Hour."
ItiI
Stage-This Week
Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle
company in "The Awful Mrs.
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HEALTH SERVICE OPEN
The privilege of the University
Health service will be extended
to all students of the University
Summer session. The Health
service is located at the corners
of Washtenaw and Volland ave-
nues and will be open from 9 to
12 o'clock daily except Sundays
and from 2 to 5 o'clock, Satur-
days and Sundays excepted. All
students who care to take ad-
vantage of it are given free med-
ical service.
Physicians are available at all
times by calling the Health ser-
vice infirmary, University 186-M.

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