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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY I

WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 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 WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1924 Number 196
To All Summer Session Students:
Under the auspices of the Department of Athletic Coaching and Ad-
ministration and through the courtesy of the manager of the Majestic The-
ater, a series of slow and fast motion pictures of Michigan football games
and other athletic contests will be shown at the Majestic Theater, Wed-
nesday morning, July 9th, at 11 o'clock. Mr. Yost will explain the pictures
as they appear on the screen. All students attending the Summer Session
are invited to attend.
E. E. WIEMAN.
Excursions: _
Excurrsion No. 4-Belle Isle and the Detroit River, Wednesday, July 9.
Meet at corner of Packard and State Streets at 1 p. m. Trip ends at 6:30
p. m. CARLTON F. WELLS.
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 excursioni 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.
Lecture on School Publicity:
Mr. C. L. Miller, Director of Publicity in the Cleveland Public Schools,
Cleveland,.Ohio, will speak today upon "Publicity in Public Schools" in
room 203, Tappan Hall, at 4 p. m. All students of the Summer Session are
urged to be present.
A. S. WHITNEY.
Women of the University:
A Women's League tea will be held Friday afternoon from 4 to 5 at
Adelia Cheever House, 516 Madison Street.
ROSALEA H. SPAULDING,
Acting President of the Women's League.
Scene Fron Puppeteers' Play

Women Hikers
Tour New York
State For Fun
If you want to have fun, just try
"hitch-hiking" for your summer's
sport. At least so says Miss Evangel-
ine Shoebridge, custodian of the zoo-
logy department, and her partner, Miss
Ruth Winkley, '25 lit, agrees with her
most emphatically.
Miss Winkley is now attending sum-
mer school at Woods Hole, Massachu-
setts, but just prior to her enrollment
there, she and Miss Shoebridge start-
ed out from Buffalo on their decided-
ly novel and interesting experience of
touring New York state afoot-that is,
when rides were not available.
A start was made from Buffalo at
4 o'clock on the first afternoon of the
trip. They planned to hike a certain
distance each day and spend the night
in the little inns which abound in that
region of the country. Their meals
they ate in the restaurants of the
towns through which they passed.
The duration of the trip was five
days and in the course of their trav-
els they went from Buffalo to Cen-
tral Valley. They estimate that in the
course of the journey they walked
about sixty miles.
Among the beauty spots visited were
Watkins Glen and Letchworth Park.
The latter was of particular interest
since it is there that a very unusual
geology museum is located. The inn
at Letchworth Park was formerly the
residence of a geologist who had done
much of his work in that place.
From Binghampton to Monticello
the journey was 'made through the
Catskills which in the estimation of
both of the hikers fulfilled their re-
putation for beauty. Many interest-
ing and beautiful pictures were taken
on the trip and are now in the posses-
sion of Miss Shoebridge in the Natur-
al Science building.
This "hitch-hike" proved to be such
a success that both Miss Shoebridge
and Miss Winkley are looking forward
eagerly to next summer when they
will attempt a similar expedition.

DAILY TRYOUTS
Students registered in the
Summer Session of the Univer-
sity who wish to work on the
Summer Michigan Daily editorial
staff are asked to call Ramsay at
2040 or Mansfield at 396, or to
come to the Press Building on
Maynard Street
Marcheta is pledged to marry Ramon,
the mayors nephew the story opens
into new fields. It is a pcture full of
thrills and fire.
WUERTIL

Honored By French President

"Secrets of Paris" is the title of the1I ,
show starting on Thursday. The
name indicates the type of story. It is
adapted from the story, "Mysteries of
Paris," by Eugene Sue. The play
was especially well received in New
York when it was shown there.
The story has its locale in Paris. !
Many years ago a prince fell in love
with a peasant girl who was forced
into a marriage with a man selected Pr'!. Willia I. 10bbs
by her parents. The girl and her hus- Noted geologist who received noti ce vest erday that he had been decorat-
band die, leaving a small daughter who ed with the French National Order o f L'egion of Honor. Professor Hobbs
is entrusted to an underworld char- has contributed widely to scientific a nd poliitical letters, and has attained
acter. The child is reared in ignor- a high place among the geologists of the world, He is considered one of
ance of her parentage and spends her the greatest living authorities on glaciers.
early life in the Paris underworld.
There she chums with a young man the fate and whereabouts of the girl 'takes an unexpected turn. Lew Cody,
named Francois, whose father, the of his youthful love, and goes to the Gladys Hulette, and Effie Shannon,
schoolmaster, had predicted he would "Tat Hole," the, heart of the Paris play the leads.
come to no good end. underworld, in cognito, and after many
After many years, the prince, who former sweetheart. The story then A top recently was spun by radio in
has now become king, decides to learn adventures, finds the daughter of his a college in Europe.

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