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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1924

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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. Saturda1.
Volume 4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1924 Number 137
Banquet-31en 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 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' I;ower 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 4
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 during 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 seniors-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.
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 TeacherC certificate 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. m., p:30-3::30 p. m.
GRETCHEN KRUG,
Recorder.
Library Methods:
Mr. Harold Wheeler, Librarian of the Hackley Public Library, Mus-
kegon, Mich., will give a lecture an "Library Publicity" on Monday morn-
ing at 10 o'clock in Raom 110, University Library. All students of the Sum-
mer school, interested in this subject, are welcome.
F. L. D. GOODRICH,
Associate Librarian.

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HAVE a clean, cool shave-
quick! You need more than
lather and a sharp razor. The
keenest blade grows dull and pulls
unless you use a supple, pliable
shaving brush whose bristles have
just the correct degree of stiffness
to massage your beard.

Frederick J. Libby
executive secretary of the League for
International Peace and Freedom, has
not withdrawn his condemnation of
National Defense Day, despite a letter
from President Coolidge declaring
that it is not a warlike gesture, as
Libby contends.
WHAT'S GOING ON
SATURDAY
3:00-Excursion No, 19.-State Priso
and theConsumers' Power company
plant, Jackson. Visit the prison j
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.
MONDAY
5:00-The Electrified Ship (Illustrator
ed)-Prof. B. F. Bailey. Naturalj
Science auditorium.
8:00-Miscellaneous Readings - the
Class in Interpretative Reading, un-
der the direction of Prof. Louis M.
Eich, auditorium of University Hall.
TUESDAUY
5:00-Indiidual Differences in Abil-
ity-Prof. C. Spearman, of the Un-
iversity of London, Eng. Natural
Science auditorium.
6:30-Annial banquet of the Educa-
tional clubs. Regular annual sum-
mer banquet of the two organiza-
tions will occur at the Michigan
Union. Prof. T. H. Reed will be the1
main speaker.I
Moscow, Aug. 1.--President Kaleninl
of the Soviet government, figured in a
narrow escape from death by lightn-
ing today, when the house in a village
in which he had taken refuge during
a thundrestorm was demolished by a
bolt. The driver of his carriage was
instantly killed and an accompany-
ing photographer was injured.
Paris, Aug. 1.-The claim of some
economists that France is the "Iron-
master of the world" is disputed by
recently published figures. These
I show the production of iron to be
590,000 tons a month and of steel t54,-
000 tons. These figures are 15 per
cent less than the 1913 output. ,
AT THE THEATERS
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Lient. Antonio Locotelli
Italian aviator, is Ireland bound by
air with the intention of flying to the
United States via Iceland, Greenland
and Canada. his machine is one
built for the Amundsen Arctic flight,
now abandoned.
hI IVING .WARM1OL1S, D.S. .
Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
707 N. University. Phone 5262
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CHURCH OF CHRIST,
J. ALLEN CANBY
Phone 1145-J. (Acting Pastor)
SUND)AY, AUGUST 3RD
9:30 A. M. Bible School.
10:30 A. M. Morning Worship
and Communion Service. Ad-
dress by Miss Ivalu Andrus
returned missionary, from the
Central Provinces of India.
7:30 P. M. No evening serv-
ice.
All services held in Lane Hall
until the opening of the new
Thurch building.

Schedle of Examinations:
The final examinations in the S
weeks basis will be held Wednesdaychools and Colleges on the
and 15, according to the following se Thursday, and Friday, August
Hours of Recitation hedule:

eight
13, 14,

DID YOU EVER LIVE IN A TENT?
Then you will be interested in Dr. Anderson'a
Sui-ject for Suriday Morning at 10:30 at the
FirstPre ytrian Church
HURON AND DIVISION STS.
1LIVING IN TENTS"
12:0) M. Church Bible School
5:30 P. M. Young People's Social Hour
6:30 P. M. Young People's Devotional Meeting
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
1ERBERT A J UNP, Minister E. KNOX liITCHELL, University Pastor
LUY HUBER, secretary for Women Students
"THE STONE ClHURCH WIITH THE WARM WELCOME"

7..................... ......... Time of Examinations
8 ..............................W edenesday ................2- 4
9 ..............................W ednesday .................4- 6
10....................... .....Thursday... ...............8-10
11........... ................. Thursday ..................4- 6
1 .............................Friday .... .................8-10
2 .............................Friday ....................10-12
23 ............................. Thursday .................10-12
4............................Thursday..................2- 4
Irregular .. ..................Friday ....................2- 4
All classes will continue to meet rFriday....................4- 6
ust 13. egularly until Wednesday noon, Aug-
E. H. KRAUS.
Attention of $tudents:
Students who have Summer Session Bulletins will confer a favor upon
the office if they will leave them in Room 8, University Hall. The supply
needed for mailing previous to the issue of the Bulletin for the summer of
1925 is exhausted.
T. E. RANKIN.

UNITARIAN

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State and Huron Sts.
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
AUGUST 3, 1924
There will be no services at
this church until its reopening
September 21st.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 1924

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Oh.
an ejaculation of joy ut
tered upon first tasting
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a combination of deli-
cious flavors, a blend of
rich butter cream, soft
caramel, nuts and sweet
Shilk chocolate.

JEROME PANS TO ENTER
DETROIT TENNIS TOURNEY
Paul F. Jerome, '25, winner of the I
Summer school tennis tournament
given under the auspices of the Uni-
versity, has made plans to enter the
Detr st city tournament beginning on
the eighteenth of this month. He in-
tended to enter the state tourney at
Saginaw this week but his work at
the University interfered.
Subscribe for The Summer Mich-
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Wuerth- "David Copperfield,"
by Charles Dickens; Com-
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Lucille Ricksen in "Behind the
Curtain"; B ily Sullivan in
last chapter of "The Leath'
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,tags. -This Week

10:45 Morning Service, "TI EFORGIVENEMS OF SINS"
IS IT EASY FOR GOD TO FORGIVE?
12:00 Open Forum .Prof. Franklin Shull of Zoology Dept.
will discuss "BIOLOGY'S JUDGMENT OF IMMIGRATION."
6:30 Student Social Hour in the Church Parlors.
8: 00 Motion Picture Service. MARY PICKFORD in
"THROUGH THE BACK DOOR."

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CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard It. Chapman,
I inister of Ui ersity students
SUNDAY AUGUST 3RD
10:30 Worship and Sermon.
If "SALT"
"1LMr. Chapman.
12:00 - - Church Sunday School;
classes for all.
The Students group will meet
with Mr. Chapman at the
Guild House, across the street

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11.00 A. M.-Alorning Prayer and Sermon.

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Special Music at Morning Ser-
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Mrs. Cross, Organist and
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