THE QUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, JULY 6, 1924
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. m. Saturday).
Volume 4 SUNDAY, JULY 6, 1924 Number 194
History of Hispanic America: t 1 o'clock in Room 203, Tappan hall.
History 51s meets Tu, W, Th, F, at 3 o'clock.)
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Atte'ntion of Students:
Students who have copies of the Summer Session Bulletin are request-
ed to leave them at the Office, Room 8', University Hall. The supply is ex-
hausted, but many copies will be Veed ed for mailing next fall before the is-
sue for 1925 can be printed.
T. E. RANKI.
Economics Reading Room: The Economics Reading Room, 20
1 Economics' Building, is open duringthe following hours daily except Sun
day and holidays:
8 a. m. to 12 m.
1 p. m. to 6 p. m.
7 p. m. to 10 p. m. C. E. GRIFFIN.
Graduate students who have not returned the election card to the of-
fice of the Graduate School should do so at once.
RUTH A. ROUSE,
Elections, Literary Students:
No credit will be given for courses not duly elected. Courses may be
dropped or taken up only by permission of the Administrative Board,
and properly recorded in the Registrar's office; otherwise they lead to E
grade. ARTHUR G. HALL,
Niagara Falls Excursion:
I shall try to be in my office (Room 223, Natural Science Building)
daily from 10:30 to 11:00 a. m., to confer with persons wishing to take
part in the Niagara Falls excursion. The estimated cost of the excursion to
participants is $28.00. Registration includes a deposit of $3.60 for upper
berth or $8.40 for lower berth both ways.
Reservation should be made by Tuesday noon.
WILLIAM H. HOBBS.
the Lord's supper. A social hour will
take place at 5:30, and the young
people's society will meet at 6:30.
and goes to Texas to seek his fortune. rows, Lloyd Hughes, Betty Francisco,
At the death of his father, his brother 0. V. Harrison, and Louise Fazenda,
wants to put Grandad in an asylum, make up the list of stars who are
but Johnny takes him to Texas. How featured.
he helps capture a band of smugglers
and save the girl that Johnny loves is Orplieum
a most thrilling climax. "Surging Seas" is the title of the
The cast is a good one. James Bar- play opening at the Orpheum today.
Charles Hutchinson plays the lead,
and insures interesting acting. The
story is one full of action and good
interpretation. Billy Sullivan will
also be seen in the "Leather Pushers,"
a comedy. The programs for the rest
of the week will be announced in a
later issue of the Daily.
Romance is the topic of the "Mar-I
riage Cheat," which starts today at
the Majestic. It is a Thomas H. Ince
production. The play is set on the
South Sea Tslands, and the picture was
actually filmed on one of the isles.
The story is an intriguing one, and
the set, the cast, the direction, and
the scenery, all ma1 for a good film.
The story is filled with thrills and
dramatic surprises that make it a
strong vehicle for a list of stars who[
play in it. It centers about a pretty
young wife who, mistreated by her
wealthy husband, is prompted by des-
peration to leap from his yacht while
near a South Sea island. Washed up
by the waves, she is found on the
beach by a missionary., Then follows
a tale of tender love, dangerous ad-
ventures and sacrifice that constitutes
a good entertainment. This show runs
"The Old Fool" at Wuerth
"The Old Fool" is the story which
opens at the Wuerth today for a four
day run. The story deals with an old
Civil War veteran, Grandad Steele,
who is considered the burden of the
Steele household by everyone except
his youngest grandson, Johnny. Johnny
refuses to submit to his father's will
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Today In Ann Arbor Churches
list Congregational Church--"Re- Uhurch of Christ-There will be
in and War,' dealing with the ques- Bible school at 9:30. The topic of the
"What shall the churches do about sermon at the morning worship will be
war?" will be the topic at the "Religion worth while. All of the!
fning service at 10:45 at the First services of the church are being held
gregational church. An open for- at Lane Hall for the present.
at 12 o'clock will also have Prof. Virst Baptist Church-At 10:30. Mr.
ph H. Drake, of the law school, Sayles will preach on "Consider the
eader. He will discuss "What is Lilies." There will be the usual morn-
ening in Germany?" At 6 o'clock ing worship. Sunday School will be'
e will be a student social hour in at 12 o'clock. Also at this hour the
church parlors. Motion picture university students will meet for class
ice at 8 o'clock will show the story study in the Guild house (opposite the
he American Revolution in "Cardi- church) to discuss the question "What'
is the Christian attitude toward War?"
nitarian Church-The second of a Mr. Chapman, the minister of univer-
es of sermons being given at the! sity students, will have charge?.
arian church will have as its top- First Presbyterian Church-"Meeting
"Why the creed? A historical Jesus" will be the subject of a sacra-
ch showing how the creed origin- mental mediation by Dr. Anderson at
10:30 o'clock. This will be followed by
Majestic'- "Marriage Cheat";
"Nerve Tonic," a Tuxedo com-
edy with Lige Conley; "Rags
to Riches and Back Again";
an Aesoi Pable cartoon: 01-
lendorff topical sketches.
Orpheum- Charles Hutchinson
in "Surging Seas"; Billy Sul-
livan in "Th Leather Push-
ers"; Fox News.
Wuerth-Lloyd Hughes, Louise
Faenda, Betty Francisco in
The Old Fool"; comedy, "Long
Live the Ring"; Pathe news.
Garrick-"You and I"; present-
ed by the Bonstelle company.
Garrick (Detroit) - "Secrets;"
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J. Allen Canby, Acting Pastor
Bible School, 9:30 A. M.
Morning Worship, 10:30 A. M.
Topic of Sermon, "Religion
All services held in Lane Hall
HERBERT A JU1fP, Minister E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor
LUCY HUBIER, Secretary for Women Students
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME"
SUNDAY, JULY 6TH
10:45-Morning Service--"Religion and War"
What Should the Churches Do About War?
12:00-Open Forum. Prof. Joseph H. Drake of the Law School will
discuss, "WhVat Is Happening in Germany."
6:00-StudeL Social Hour in the Church Parlors.
8:00-Motion Picture Service. A story of the American Revolution;
GO TO CHURCH
State and Huron Sts.
Sidney S. Robies, Minister
A SERIES OF SERMONS FOR
Sundays, 10:30 A. M.
July 6-"Why the Creed. A His-
torical Sketch Showing How
the Creed Originated."
July 13-"Can Religious Belief
Be Enforced by Legislation?"
A cordial welcome to Summer
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman,
Minister of University Students
SUNDAY, JULY 6
10:30-Worship and Sermon.
"Consider the Lilies."
12:00-Students meet for class
study in Guild House (opposite
the church). Question for dis-
cussion, "What is the Chris-
tian attitude toward War?"
Mr. Chapman will be in charge.
First Presbyterian Church
DIVISION AND HURON STREETS
is the subject of a Sacramental Meditation by Dr. Anderson at 10:30
o'clock followed by The Lord's Supper.
SOCIAL HOUR AT 5:30
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY AT 6:30