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'PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JULY 12, 19#

PAGI~ WOUR SATURDAY, JULY 12, 19' THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAIY 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. rn. Saturday).

Greatest All-Round Athletic

New York, July 11.- The Unitv
Title Goes To Legendre States Army Polo team will play a
series of matches in England next
summer with the Hurlingham club, of
London, according to an announce-
ment by the United States Polo asso-
ciation. The English army four play-
ed in America last year.
AT.TE......

Volume 4 -.

SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1924

Number 1J96

Excursions:
Excursion No. 6 to Burroughs Adding Machine Company and General
Motors Office Building will be on Saturday, July 12. Luncheon will be in
the dining room of the officers of the Burroughs Adding Machine Company.
Meet at the corner of Packard hnd S tate Streets at 8 a. m. Trip ends at
3 p. m.
CARL'ON F. WELLS.
Director of Excursions.
Students of Biology:
Dr. Charles W. Stiles, of the Hygiene Laboratories of the United States
Public Health Service, Washington, D. C., will conduct round table discus-
sions on the International Rules of Zoological Nomenclature on Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday, July 15, 16, and 17, at 11 o'clock in room 24?
Natural Science Building. A. F. SHULL.
Students of Public Health:
Dr. C. W. Stiles of the United States Public Health Service will lec-
ture daily, Monday, July 14 to Thursday, July 17, inclusive, at 4 p. m.
in the auditorium of the Natural Science Building. ,Dr. Stiles will speak
upon the following subjects: "The Public Health Aspects of Race Prob-
lem, Soil Pollution, The Sanitary Privy, and Hookworn Disease.
JOHN SUNDWALL.
English Students:
Professor W. A. Craigie, of Oxford University, will give an illustrated
lecture Monday evening, July 14, at 8 o'clock, in Natural Science Auditor-
ium. His subject wil be "The History of the Oxford'Dictionary."
SAMUEL MOORE.
Observatory Visitors:
The Observatory informs the Summer Session Office that on Saturday
night, July 12, if the weather is clear, 50 students may come to the Obser-'
vatory as visitors. If the 35 students who have returned tickets to this of-
fice will call, those tickets will be re-issued to them. Fifteen more tickets
will be available to those who first call for them. The OQlice closes at 12:30
Saturday.
T. E. RANKIN.

Screen-Today

Majestic - Antoino Moreno in
" Tiger Love "; "Fearless
Fools," a two reel comedy;
Kinograms.
Orpheum-Marjorie Daw in "Ly-
ing Truth"; last episode of
"Leatherstockings"; Fox news,
Wuerth-All-star cast in "The
Secrets of Paris"; "The Spat
Family in Help One Another';
Pathe news.
Stage-This Week
Garrick-"You and I"; present-
ed by the Bonstelle company.
HEALTH SERVICE OPEN
The privilege of the University
Health service will be extended
to all students of the University
Summer session. The Health
service is located at the corners
of Washtenaw and Volland ave-
nues and will be open from 9 to
12 o'clock daily except Sundays
and from 2 to 5 o'clock, Satur-
days and Sundays excepted. All
students who care to take ad-
vantage of it are given free med-
ical service.
Physicians are available at all
times by calling the Health ser-
vice infirmary, University 186-M.

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Bob
off of
gown.

Legendre snapped at the take.
a broad jump and in cap and

PROFESSOR SUNDERLAND
LEADES FOR EUROPE1
Prof. Edson R. Sunderland, of the
Law school, left for Europe yester-
day afternoon. He has been grant-
ed a six months leave of absence by
the University for the purpose of
studying English Court Practice.
While he will be in England, his fam-
ily who will accompany him, expect
to spend the greater part of their
time in France studying the French
language.
Watch Page Three for real values.

Frozen nitrogen, enveloping the up-
per air in a stratum which may be
350 degrees below zero, gives the sky
its blue color, according to a new
theory.
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( DAILY TRYOUTS )
I Students registered in the I
Summer Session of the Univer- )
sity who wish to work on the
I Summer Michigan Daily editorial
I staff are asked to call Ramsay at |
| 2040 or Mansfield at 396, or to I
Scome to the Press Building on
(Maynard Street)1

When Bob Legendre, scholarly ath-
lete from the campus of Georgetown;
University, bested Brutus Hamilton,
fellow American in the pentathlon at
the Olympic games recently he auto-
matically acquired the unofficial title
of "greatest all around athlete in the
U. S."
True the victory over Hamilton
had come in the five-event contest in-
stead of the decathlon (10 events)
but Legendre's victory was clear cut
enough to convince experts that he
was the superior athlete. Hamilton
was eliminated after placing in the
first three of the five events. He had
led the American athletes in the penta-
thlon in the 1920 games. The five
events in which the contestants for
the all-around honors competed were
the javelin throw, the discus throw,
the broad jump, the 200 meter dash
and the 1,500 meter run.

Legendre indicated that he was not broad jump, tieing fo'r second in the
to be denied when in the first of the ' 200 meter dash and finishing fifth in
five contests he established a new the 1,500 meter run. Bob not only
world's record of 25 feet 6 inches. made a name for himself as an ath-
This is three inches greater than any lete while at Georgetown U. but won
many had ever leaped before. many honors in the class room. He
Legendre, who has represented the was one of the most popular men ever
Newark, N. J. athletic club in the to be graduated from the institution.
Olympic games, served notice that he I
was prepared to capture the all- Java grows almost the entire sup-
around event when the eastern U. S. ply of cinchona for the world, devot-
tryouts for the games were held early i ing 25,000 acres to its culture.
in June. He won the event in thoseI
contests by finishing first in the jav- This is the time of the year when
elin throw, the discus throw and the no man wants a white collar job.

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ST. PAUL'S
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Third and West Huron Streets
C. A. BRAUER, Pastor
420 W. Liberty St. 1006-R
9:30-Morning Service. Sermon
Subject,
"The Parable of the Mote and
the Beam."
10:30-Bible School.
3:00 p. m.-Students' Hiking
Party.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS--
TILE CHURCH OF -CHRIST
I Allen Canby (Acting Pastor)
SUNDAY, JULY 13
9:30 a. m. Bible School.
10:30 a. m. Communion Service.
10:45 a. m. Sermon, topic:
"The Gods That Fail Us."
6:30 p. m. Young People's
Meeting, topic:
"Abolish War, Wbhy, Howl"
No evening service. All meet-
ings held in Lane Hall until the
new church building is com-
pleted.

services

FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman,
Minister of University Students
SUNDAY, JULY 13
10:30-Worship and Sermon,
"Spiritual Reinforcements,"
Mr. Sayles.
12:00-Sunday School.
Students' Class meets in Guild
House (opposite the Church)
immediately after the morning
worship. Mr. Hal C. Coffman,
Secretary of the Students'
Christian Association, will be
in charge.
Church Prayer Meeting every
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.

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UNITARIAN
CHURCH
State and Huron Sts.
Sidney S. Robins, Minister

DO YOU KNOW HOW TO PLAY?
Come to the
First Presbyterian Church

A SERIES OF SERMONS FOR
A SE RIE TODAY

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DIVISION AND HURON STREETS

Tomorrow- 10:30
Dr. Anderson Will Preach on
"PLAY- ITS PROFIT AND PERIL"
Yt= NG PEOPLE'S SOCIAL HOUR AT 5:30
YOUNG PEOPLE'S D=EVOTIONAL HOUR AT 6:30
PROVE OUR WELCOME

Sundays, 10:30 A. M.
July 13-"Can Religious Belief
Be Enforced by LegislationI"
July 20-"Fundamentalism."
July 27-"Tnitarianism."
A cordial welcome to Summer
School Students.

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" A Noble Proile"

© O. E. CO.
The Bush Building, New York City
HELMLE & CORBETT, Architects

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
HERBERT A JUMP, Minister E. KNOX MITCHELIL, University Pastor
LUCY HIUBEIR, Secretary for Woimen Students
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME"
SUNDAY, JULY 13
10:45 Morning Service. "RELIGION AND BUSINESS,"
WHAT ARE CHRISTIAN BUSINESS ID-EALS?"
12:00 Open Forum. Prof. Thomas H. Reed, of the Political Science
Dept. will discuss "Politics and Good Government."
6:00 Student Social Hour in the Church Parlors.
8:00 Motion Picture Service. A play of real Irish atmosphere, laugh-
ter and stirring drama.
"MY WILD IRISH ROSE"

FAR more strongly than most churches, this great tower of com-
merce bespeaks the real spirit of Gothic architecture-aspiring,
rugged, virile-an inspiration for the thinking, creating architect of
today. Contradicting the antiquarian, this great tower declares that
the spirit of Gothic architecture is a living, organic thing, adaptable
to modern problems of accommodation and engineering, and en-
dowed with a future as magnificent as its past.
Certainly modern invention-modern engineering skill '.nd organ-
ization, will prove more than equal to the demands of &i1e atchitec-
ture of the future.

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Iuiut An'rgw' ?Episnpa1 Qltprd
Corner Catherine and Division Streets
H ENRY LEWIS, Rector
RACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary for Student Work
SUNDAY, JULY 13
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
11:00 A. M.-Morning Prayer and Sermon.

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