SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1924
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
MAKE MORE HONOR POINTS
THAN ALL "" STUDENTS
Students making all "A" grades
carry the full load in semester hours,
and many of them carry more than
the regular number of hours, accord-
ing to a statement of Registrar Hall
of the Literary college.
By maintaining a high standard ,of
scholarship, students may earn the
right to carry sixteen, seventeen, or
more recitation hours a week. One
student In a preceding semester earn-
ed twenty hours credit. It is signifi-
cant, according to Dr. Hall, that the
increase in the number of hours car-
ried by an honor students does not
usually work a reduction in the aver-
age grade, but that it increases rath-
er than decreases the total honor
It has occurred in rare instances
that arstudent carrying extra hours
has earned more honor points than
other students carrying regular work
and making all "As", but this rarely
occurs. In 4 recently published list
of students making perfect grades last
semester were included many who
made straight "A's" throughout the
Months In City
Snummer makes a great difference,
,n the volume of mail received at
Ann Arbor, statistics show, accord-
ing toGeorge Sangi, assistant post-
master at the Ann Arbor postoffice.
With the close of the University in
June, the volume of both incomingi
and outgoing mail decreases, in some
instances, as much as 65 per cent of
the volume during the regular session
of the University. ,
This fall in the mail is shown by<
the decrease in volume and number
of pieces both incoming and outgoing,
and the receipts taken in,,both at the
postoffice branch in Nickels' Arcade,1
and the main office.t
Branch No. 1, in Nickels' Arcade
report a decrease of parcel post mail
and letters. When formerly they sent
out about two hundred sacks of par-
cel post a day, now it rarely reaches
60 or 65 sacks during the summer,
Letters also fall off at the branch
Only 15,000 letters a day are sent,
while during the regular session of
the University, letters and first class
mail frequently reached 30,000.
At the main branch of the post-
office down town, the contrast can
be seen better. In the number of
letters, the volume is about 00 less
than during the regular year, and
this mail during the summer rarely
varies more than a few hundred.
During the regular year, however, a
great change is seen. Not only does
the volume frequently increase to
about 10,000 letters a day, but the
great rush of mail occurs over the
week-end, while the rest of the week
is fairly steady. Especially is the
rush heavy if the week-end is rainy
Another way of seeing the differ-
ence between the summer and the
rest of the year is in the receipts tak-
en in for postage. During the sum-
mer the receipts average $600 a day,
while the rest of the year averages
about $800. Parcel post during the
year runs up the total to a large
amount but this heavy mail is lacking
during the summer months.
This slack season is a good thing,
according to Mr. Sangi, as it enables
the force to take their vacgations dur-
ing the months of July and August,
without seriously handicapping the
AT THE THEATERS
Majestic- "The Bedroom Win-
dow"; Aesop Fables; Cartoon;
Comedy and News.
Orpbeum- Kenneth McDonald
"In High Gear"; James Fen-
imore Cooper's "Leatherstock-
Wuerth- Kenneth Harlan and
Alice Lake in "I Am the Law";
"Our Gang" in "Dogs of
Garrick, Detroit - "What A
Wife"; Bonstelle Company.
Subscribe for The Summer Mich-
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AN Mach~ li/anode
ISPAM. ADVERTISING GUI
LOST - Gold, engraved Eversharp
pencil; initials H. M. R, on barrel. ODDS AND ENDS SALE OF
Lost the evening of June 6 at the
Library or Union Reading room. Correspondence Stationery
Please call Rockwell, 960 or 3104.
Subscribe for The Summer Mich- SAVE ONE-THIRD
I - Until July First
STUDENT'S RECEIPT-Tuesday nearU
Medical building. Grace Slinger- 0. D. MORRILL
land, Betsy Barbour House. 17 Nickels Arcade
BROWN hand tooled purse, Tuesday Tha Typewriter and Stationery Store
evening. Finder call 1801-R.
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith
CHORDING on the uke and guitar.
Also steel playing. Lessons given
by C. N. Tavares, Hawaiian music-
ian, well known Od campus. Call
MAH-JONGG lessons. Miss Allen.
GARAGE for Rent-1026 Lincoln ave.
Call 2233-W between 6 and 8 p. m.
FOR RENT-Suite and single room.
311 Thompson. Plenty of hot wat-
WE ACCEPT used typewriters as
part payment on Remington Port-
ables. Black, 604 E. Madison. 1809.1
SWIM at the "Y" Pool during the
summer months. Senior member-
ship, 3 months, $3.50.
SPECIAL summer rates at the "Y."
Franklin D. Roosevelt Three months Senior membership,
Franklin Roosevelt, is Gov. Al $3.50. All privileges.
Smith's campaign manager. His boss,
the governor of New York, who is the Yates, Texas A. & M.; E. B. Staveley,
wet candidate for Democratic nomin- Penn State; J. H. Johnson, U. of
ation, stands in a fair way to win Idaho; J. L. Beaver, Lehigh; F. E.
the coveted votes. Johnson, U. of Kansas; G. C. Shaad,
U. of Kans; W. Anderson, Rhode Is-
land State College;; M. M. Corey,
PROF O SE! O a OMichigan Agricultural College ; M. S.
Coover, }U. of Colorado ; A. E. Watson,
Y Brown; M. King, Lafayette; W. K.
Rhodes, Bucknell; F. A. Fish, Iowa
State College; W. Esty, Lehigh; S. L.
Sinimering, U. of Colorado; L. J.
"Prof. Joseph Cannon of the electri- Hodgins, U. of Maryland, and B. IH.
cal engineering department will bet HInWgldsU. ofliys.
Schenectady, N. Y., from July 7 to
August 9 to attend a conference of
college professors which has been ar- Little investment - big returns,
ranged by the General Electric Com- the Daily Classifieds.-Adv.
pany. At this conference each visit-
ing professor will spend the greater Watch Page Three for real values.
part of his time in the department
whose work most closely coincides I A R R 1 C KC
with his interests. Visits of inspect-
ion, get-togethers, and, round-table Pop. Mat. Tues. Thurs. & Sat. 25c & 50c
discussions with the plant engineers 5th Week THE 15th Seaso,,
are also on the program. BOn ste lie
Professors from other schools who COMPANY
will attend the conference are S. R. in the Hilarious Comedy
Pritchard, Virginia Polytechnic Insti- 'WHAT A WIFE'
tte: R.R. PhrtA." 1,,.r p.nn . "^"V.vr X X17AY-"C"D'T'Q"""
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
IRVING WARMOLTS, D. S. C.
707 N. University. Phone 2652
WHO ARE YOUR
That is a question that means much
socially. It means a deal more in
business and finance. This bang
offers you bank connections that
will be valuable to you in the busi-
101.105 S. Maid St.
330 So. State St.
Member of the Federal Reserve
of standard makes
Bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned and repaired
Conklin, Waterman, Parker,
Sheaffer, LeBouf, etc.,
GREETING CARDS for all oc-
LEATHER GOODS, tourist writ-
ing cases, travelling cases, bill
promptly and neatly done. Any-
thing from a letter to a book.
Special sale of plain, Michigan;
novelty until July 1st.
CORONA,- REMINGTON and
UNDERWOOD Portable Type-
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickel's Arcade
The Typewriter and StatIonery Store
Cosy Corner Tea Room
On Sunday During Summer School We Serve
C H U B B
will be open as usual
thruout the Summer
12:30 - 2:00 P. M.
NO EVENING MEAL
LULU, o. n. xcuuues, vLemson; U. U.
nVra X l ,.' P! . S - ....tezsr. J"
LAST TIMES TODAY
Kenneth Harlan and Alice Lake
"I AM THE LAW"
"Our Gang" in "Dogs of War"
Sunday Thru Wednesday
"THE WAY OF A MAN"
By ECmerson Hougl, author of
"Thec Covered Wagon"
"She Supes to Conquer"
by H. C. Witiver
"THE ARIZONA EXPRESS"
LAST TIMES TODAY
Kenneth McDonald in
"IN HIGH GEAR"
By James Fenimore Cooper
Sunday Thru Tuesday
Pat O'Malley and Fritzi Brunette
"CAUSE FOR DIVORCE"
Round One of
"THE LEATHER PUSHERS"
With Billy Sullivan
"THE LAST WHITE MAN"
The Song of the ,Builders
"S. .. t ,
. :Y r ..
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1: :t,' -
Q N every iand is heard the
rattle of the builder's hammer
and the rasp. of his &w. 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
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
snake it impossible to furnish utility
*ervice at all points Immediately upon
demand. Hundreds of new telephones are
anted. The Telephone Company's prob-
is the same as that of the water,
Ower, gas, electric, street, and school,
But Telephone Plant expansion is
bwaking alU records. Thousands of new
Instruments are being Installed, miles of
tVW'frcuts re being built and additional
ems d~tes aro being provided, to
posible is being done to
Oideeforal1who desire it.
330 Maynard St.
Uakim MacGregor, Ricardo Cortez, Robert Edesom
GeoigeFawcett Ethel Wales
The startling picture from the famous
novel by Joseph Hergesheimer.