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9 AGWIPOUR

THE SUMMA MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1924

*'AGE J'OUR THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY 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.. r. Saturda 1.
Volume 4 FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1924 Number 236

Banquet-Men and Women Educational Clubs-Combined.
The regular annual summer banquet of these two organizations will
occur at the Michigan Union Tuesday evening August 5th at 6:30. Prof. T.
H. Reed will be the main speaker. Tickets now on sale in the Office of
the School of Education,
THE OFFICERS.
Excursion No. 12:
Michigan State Prison r and Comsumers' Power Company, Saturday,
August 2, leaving Huron Street D. U. R Station (down town) at 7:47 a.
m. On arrival in Jackson the entire party will go directly to the Michigan
State Prison office on Mechanics Street. From that time until noon the
party will visit the Michigan State Prison and the Prison Annex where the
farm and textile plant are located. The women in the party will not go
inside the prison walls but will remain in the guard room of the Prison
where the Chaplain, Mr. Hopp, will explain the administration of this State
Prison and answer questions. The women will be allowed to go through
the entire Prison Annex. Luncheon at noon will be served to the
entire party as guests of the Consumers' Power Company following which
an inspection trip under special guides will be taken to the two unts of
the Cpnsumers' Power plant in Jackson. Trip following luncheon is op-
tional with the student members.
It is important that the names of those expecting to take the trip be
left in Room 8 of the Summer Session office, University Hall, not later than
Friday, August 1, at 6 p. m. in order that adequate transportation and
luncheon arrangements can be arranged. The total expense will be $1.58
round trip.
CARLTON F. WELLS,
Director of Excursions.
August Seniors-School of Education"
All diploma and teachers' certificate fees must be paid before the end
of the Summer Session by those students who will have completed the re-
quirements (during this Summer Session) for graduation from the School
of Education. These blanks may be secured dur.ing office hours at the of-
fice of the School of Education.
Office hours: 10:30-12:00 a. m., 2 :30-3:30 p. m.
GRETCHEN KRUG,
Recorder.
August 6eniors-School of Education:
All students who expect to complete the requirements for graduation
from the School of Education at the end of the present Summer Session
will kindly note the list posted on the bulletin board in Tappan Hall. Any
person expecting a degree from the School of Education whose name
does not appear on said list should see the Recorder immediately. R
Office hours: 10:30-12:00 a. m., 2:30-3:30 p. m.
GRETCHEN KRUG,
Recorder.
Teachers' Certificates:.
Blanks for the payment of the Teachers 'ertificate fees may now be
secured at the office of the School of Education. All students who expect
to be recommended for the Teacher's Certificate at the end of the Summer
Session must pay their fees and return their receipts to the Recorder,
School of Education, before the end of the Summer Session.
Office hours: 10:30-12:00 a. mn., p :30-3:30 p. in.
GRETCHEN KRUG,
Recorder.

Persian Problems
Now In His Hands
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The task of restoring calm in Per-
sia, now in a troubled temper in con-
sequence of the situation caused by
the mobbing to death of an American
consul, is the principal problem fac-
ing the new premier, Reza Khan.

WHAT'S GOING ON

FRIDAY
5:00-Social Studies in the Second-
ary Schools-Prof. Edgar Dawson,r
of Hunter College, New York City.C
S:00-Recital-The Play of Rip Van
Winkle by Joseph Jefferson-Prof.
L. M. Eich, aiditorium of Univer-t
sity Hall.-
SATURDAY
:a0--Exeursien N() 12.-Sfate Prison
and the Consumers' Power company
plant, Jackson. Visit the prison
and prison annex until noon
Lunch as guests of the Consumers'
Power company. Spend afternoon
visiting the company's electric and
gas plants. Trip ends at 4 p. m.

IAC LIBRARY MVE
INTO NEW BUIDING
East Lansing, July 31.-Work of
moving out of the library which has
contained the books of the Michigan
Ag: cu!icral college for 40 yc-ars, has
begun. It will be continue:1 so that
the books and equipment will be in
the new library building by the time]
the fall term of school opens.

The present library was opened in
1881 and soon came to be too small
for the use of the college students.
A new building was projected as early
as 1885, according to Mrs. L. S. Lan-
don, the librarian, who became con-
nected with the library in that year.
The new library is near the present
building, being centrally located, and
not only has ample room for present
needs but also for expansion.
The old library, which has been
th official headquarters building for
the school also, will be renovated

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Majestic - Betty Compton in
"Miami"; "Royal Pair," a Cen-
tury comey; Kinograms.
Wuerth- "David Copperfield,"
by Charles Dickens; Com-
edy; Pathe news.
Lucille Ricksen in "Behind the
Curtain"; Billy Sullivan in
last chanter of "The Leath-

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P'op. Mat. Tues. Tburs. & Sat. ac & 50c
Nights 25c - 50c- -75c and $I. O
Toth Wee'k 15th1 Season
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
In One of the 'Most Notable
CrookP iays 1'ver Prodeced
"LEAH KLESCHNA"
Melodrama! Cmedj I Thrills!
Superlatii'e Romance!
Next Monday--MARY TfiE THIRD"
Metals, it is said, suffer from fa-
tigue. A razor, which has been in
use for some time and becomes dull.
can be more easily sharpened if rest-
ed for a week.
Fortunes often have been found be-
tween the pages of discarded Bibles.
Watch Page Three for real values.

KEEP COOL AT -
T TH EISE PVIIOT
WHITMORE LAKE
Dances every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
and aturdcay Nights
REAL MUSIC A REAL DANCE FLOOR
Al Strauss and his Lade Pavilion Orchestra
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er Pushers"; Fox news.
Stage-This Week
Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle
company gives "Leah Kles-
cha."
Little investment - big returns,
the Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

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FOR BETTER
SUMMER FOOD
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM-
Phone 150
338 Maynard St. South of Maj

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There's real hosiery value
for you-and real service.
Sounds like the pre-war way
of doing business and it is.

This advertisement, submitted by Raymond A. Stevens, of
Syracuse University, was awarded second prize in The
Postum Cereal Company'sintercollegiate advertising contest.
Are You a
Winner-
or a Loser.
.Y OU have undoubtedly
chosen to be a winner.
You are training your mind
and strengthening your
wil.
But what of your body?
Will it sustain you when
the race becomes fast and
strenuous?
To keep in a winning condition, you must
exercise every muscle and-organ in the body.
The fuel-supplying organs-the stomach and
the digestive organs-need exercise in the
form of digesting rough foods such as: whole-
wheat bread, bran, and hard cereals.
Grape-Nuts not only exercises these fuel-
supplying organs, but its nutritive elements
of whole-wheat and malted barley, toasted to
a nutty crispness, make it the most delicious
breakfast food you have ever tasted.
For a well-balanced diet, try Grape-Nuts
--four teaspoonfuls sprinkled with sugar,
half cream and half milk. You will call for
it every morning. There's a reason.
The Postum Cereal Company
BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN

he Song o the Buders
N every hand is heard the
rattle of the builder'shammer
and the rasp of his faw. Over-
night, it seems, buildings rise-
new streets appear.
And the thousands of new
homes and great buildings in-
crease the problems of the public
service companies.
This Company attempts to fore-
see the great growth of service
demand and extends its plant in-
to new districts as rapidly as pos-
sible, in an effort to most efficient-
ly serve the people of Michigan.
However, sudden unforeseen popula-
tion and industrial growth frequently
make it impossible to furnish utility
service at all points immediately upon
demand. Hundreds of new telephones are
wanted. The Telephone Company's prob-
lem is the same as that of the water,
sewer, gas, electric, street, and school
services.

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economical. Better get your
supply. We have them now
in all colors and sizes.
IF F.Wuerth Co,
Fashion Park Clothiers
Next to Wuerth Theater

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breaking all records. Thousands of new
instruments are being installed, miles of
new circuits are being built and additional
exchange facilities are being provided, t(
meet the call for service,
Everything possible is being done to
provide service for all who desire it.
Michigan Bel Telephone Co.
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