SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 1924
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAiU)'
THE UMMR MCHIGN DiLYPAGU THZ
When U.S. Lawyers Assembled In London
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BRHTCSE S1E HELD,. SEPT. 11-12-13
The Michigan State Board of Exam-
iners for Registration of Architects,
Engineers, and Surveyors announces
the next examination for architects
to be given at the University of Mich-
igan, Ann Arbor, on September 11, 12,
and 13, 1924.
This examination may not be tak-
en by a student who has been out of
college less than two years, as a man
may not become a registered archi-
tect until he has had either six years
of practical experience or six years
of combined college and practical
Application blanks and full infor-
mation may be obtained by writing to
the office of the board, 2033 Park
Atlantic City, N. J.-Aug. 1.--C. A.
Jackson, diver, of Philadelphia, suc-
$cessfully radio-cast a talk from the
floor of the ocean, off the end of the
Steel pier yesterday. Jackson told of
his sensations and described his sur-
roundings as he walked on the ocean'
From which it was amplified.
Watch Page Three for real values.
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IRVINGi WARMOLIS, D.S. C.
The Mile-a-Minutec EntIertainmnt Express
707 N. University.
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MILADY'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
A09 S. State Street
Ab ov eOhub b's
Special prices on facial and
Legal procedure in English speak-
ing countries was knit a little closer I
together when, in Westminster Hall,I
where Charles I was tried and sent-,
enced to death, the lord chancellor
and the king's judges extended an of-
ficial welcome to three thousand
members of the American and Can-
adian Bar associations, assembled in
London to meet with the British Bai
WANTED-PLACE TO LIVE
ANYONE leaving city next school
year who desires graduate student
..and wife to occupy furnished house
or apartment write Box 17, Mich-
LOST-Foutain pen on Library steps.
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(SUNDAY) ante- La lsh a
- In the American Comedy of Home Life
By Rachel CROTHERS
"Th gratet cmed ofAmerican home life ever written-and such
a ply a mad Carene' nd'The First Year' doubly attractive."
= -N. Y. Eve. Telegram.-
"ssatisfyingly funny as anything hereabouts."-N. Y. EveningE
SLOVE LAUGHOTER TEARS
- WFEEK OF AUGf. 11-THE CLAW AND THlE WING
- Reintroducing Ann Hlardinig to Her Many Admirers-
"THE WAGES OF CINEMA"9
Another of H. C. Witwer's, "FIHTING BLOOD" Stories
A MID-SUMMER SPECIAL TO PLEASE THE MOST DISCRIMINATING!
SHE---w The Sensation of Paris
HE--An.t American. Millionaire
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A New Aesop S
Fables Cartoon ;
ReviewM < ....
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NEXT SUNDAY-THOMAS MEIGHAN IN "THE CONFIDENCE MAN"