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49 Professors
ch Summer Students,

>utlook for the Summer Ses-
right indeed," said Dean Ed-
Kraus, of the Summer Ses-
)f course, it is rather hard to
he siza of our enrollment as
ber of students we have is
based on industry. Medical
ineering students especially,
rn to school in the summer
annot get good jobs. But ins
are splendid."
ummer Session of the Uni-
ft Michigan is becoming more
each year as the enrollment
past five years shows. The
at since 1920 is as follows;
2,194
,794
,786
,066
inr~~ns :P in 1 3 ? ci ce in

older men and men who have come tol
be recognized as authorities in their
various fields. A few of these men
are from other schools and will be
here only for the summer. Among
the more important of these are:
Thomas E. Atkinson, L.L.B., Professor
of Law, University of North Dakota;
William L. Bragg, F.R.S., Professor
oft Physics, Victoria University, Man-
chester, England; Stuart A. Courtis,
1.S., Dean of Detroit Teacher's Col-
lege; E. R. Hayhurst, Ph.D., Professor
of Hygiene, Ohio State University;
M. M. Kalaw, A. B., L.L.B., Professor
of Political Science, University of the
Philippines; Austin T. Wright, A.B.,
L.L B., Professor of Law, University of
California; G. C. Whipple, S.B., Pro-
fessor of Sanitary Engineering, Har

"The 'Summer Session of the Uni-
versity of Michigan has been design-
ated by the United States Public Heal-
th Service as one of the four centers at
wh-ich instruction in public health
will be stressed during the summer
of 1924," says the University Bulletin.
The other three schools are Columbia, f
California, and Iowa.
One of t]ie more important courses
given only in the summer is athletic
coaching with most of the coaches act-
ing as instructors. Library methods
will also be given by Librarian W. W.
Bishop, with the aid of nine assistants.{
Non-curricular entertainment also;
features the Su'mr Session's pro-
gram. Twelve excursions have been
arranged to points of interest in the
surrounding country under the su-
pervision of Mr. Carlton Wells of the
Rhetoric Department. One of these
goes to Put-in-Bair, Lake Erie, under
the direction of Prof. W. H. Hobbs,,
head of the Geology Department. Ad-
dresses will be given every day by

speakers i of renown miainly in the'
Natural Science auditorium. The fac-
ulty of the School of Music will give
a weekly recital in Hill auditorium.
A great many plays will also be given]
outstanding among these is the open-]
air performacne on July 18 by the,
Shakespeare Playhouse company of
New York City.
During the week of July 21, a series
of lectures will be given on govern-
ment and politics under the auspices
ST. PAUL'S'
LUTHER AN CHURCH
(Missouri Synod.)
Corner Third and W. Huron Sts.
CARL A. BAUER, Pastor.
9:30 Service in German.
"The Truth About the
Doctrine of the Holy
Trinity.".
10:30 Bible School.
No other jervice.

of the National League of Women Marine City, June 13,-The A
Voters. Prof. T. H. Reed of the Po- . society of Michigan, which end
litical Science department, Prof. A. E. convention here yesterday, wil
Wood, of the sociology department, , vene in Wyandotte in 1925.
Prof. J. R. Hayden, and Dean M. M.I
Kalaw will deliver some of the speech- Watch Page Three for real v
es.

MICHIGAN DAILY

Little investment - big returns,
the Daily Classifieds.-Adv.
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In Geo. M. Cohan's Howling Success
"SO FHIS IS LONDON
By ARTHUR GOODRICH
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crease rn Z, shows treat tiara; E. V. 'McCollumP.. rfs
e are regarding sunmer sor of Bio-Chemistry, Johns Hopkins
n important factor in edu- ' University; Clarence S. Yoakum, Ph.
r than a place for "flunk- D., Associate Professor of Applied Psy-
e up credits in. chology, Carnegie Institute of Tech-,
i be 350 instructors teach- nology. Dr. Yoakum will remain here
an 500 courses this sum- in the new School of Business Admin-
instructors are mostly istration.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
" The stone church with the wvarm ivelcome"

State and William Sts., opposite the Law Bldg.
HERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister
E. KNOX MITCHELL, Univ. Pastor

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PRISCILLA D EA
IN
"THE STORM DAUGHTER"
--SUNDAY-

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LA SSIFIED
ADVERTISING AT .M.

10:45 A. M. There will be no morning church service because of the
Baccalaureate Sunday exercises.

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5:30 P. M. No student hour until next Sunday.

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SINESS OPPOJRTUNITIES
LD you like-to make some big
y; some real money? Would
iIke to get in on an agency that
all the earmarks of imaking
y lik1, the Ford Motor Co.
s have who wore lucky
gh to get the agencies? We are
facturing a wonderful little ice
refrigerator machine that is a
n success and which makes
nd refrigeration at a cost of
than ten cents a hundred
(L The machIne has no mov-
aris, requires no power, noth-
o get out of order, and which
e ade any size. This mfa-
is low in price, and is suit-
for dairymen, grocers, butch- 1
and farmers. We have plan-
to maarket these machines a
deal like automobiles, are
et:ed and 'are looking for distri-'
s who can finance thcmselves
e extent of ONE to Five Thou-
Dollars according to amount
rritry covered. Address re-
o Depen dable R efriigerating.
Niue Co., 315 Dfiision Ave., S ,
: Rapids, Mielh.
LOST
- Gold, engraved Eversharp
1; initials H. M. R. on barrel.
the evening of June 5 at the
ry or Union Reading room.
e call Rockivell, 960 or 3104.
TYPE WRITING
'YPEWRITERS
of all makes
ht, Sold, Rented, Exchanged
0.D MORRILL
17 Nickels' Arcade
rpewriter & Stationery Store'
er: Corona & L. C. Smith

FOR RENT
DOCTORS, Lawyers, Dentists, Archi-
tects, offices in New Columbus
Building in new northwest section
of Detroit, low rental. These of-
faces include light, heat, hot and
cold water. Apply R. T. Reaume,
Columbus Bldg., Detroit.
FOR RENT- Suite and double and
single room. Summer prices. Stu-
dents and business people. 425 S.
Division. 1565-J.
FOR R.ENT-Furnished room in Mc-
Gregor Apts. for one or two Sum-
mer School women. 443 So. Di-
vision. Phone 1234-R,.
FOR RENT-Furnished home, good
income proposition, 205 North In-
galls:
C HINESE RUGS
WlHILE visiting Ann Arbor do not,
fail to see the beautiful Chinese
Rugs imported direct from the
best manufacturer in Pekin, China,
by Mrs. 11. B. Merrick, on displayI
at 928 Church. Chinese Rugs are
not necessarily blue. I have them
in rose, toupe, gray, tan and wis-
penna,
1924 UJNIVERSITY GRADUATES
Vho have specialized in ecnomics
and are interested in capitalizing
on this branch of their education
by direct application of their know-
ledge to business. Will be inter-
viewed by Mr. J. A. Stifter at the
Michigan UTnion on Saturday, June
14th from 11 A. M. to 4 P. M. Lim-
ited number will be accepted.
Subscribe for The Summer Mich-
.igan Daily.-Adv.

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7:30 P. M. Motion picture Vesper Service. The film parable will be
CHARLES RAY in '-"THE TAILOR MADE MAN." a delightful
story of youthful ideas and enthusiasm."

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Daily Excursion to
PUT-IN-BAY

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80c

One Round Trip $12
Way (Return Same Day)
Leaves Detroit Daily 9 a. m. (E. .)

5 Sundays
Holidays

The finest exclusive excursion steamer, the Put-in-Bay, noted for
its large ballroom, makes tlis trip a memorable one. Orchestra and
dancing aboard, without 'xtra charge. Cafeteria aboard.
Four hours crammed with outdoor pleasures at Put-in-Bay-bathing-dancing-
groves for lunching and athletic fields. See the wonderful Caves, and Perry's
historic monument.
Connections at Put-in-Bay with steamers for Cleveland, Toledo and Lakeside.
Daily to Sandusky
The Put-in-Bay goes to Sandusky every day. Fare-$.5Z one way.
Special Friday Excursions to Cedar Point
(After July 4th)
A special excursion is made every Friday to Cedar Point-the fresh water rival
to Atlantic City-the finest bathing beach in the world-large summer hotels,
groves, and all outdoor amusements. Four hours at Cedar Point andhseven
hours at Put-in-Bay! Leaving Cedar Point at 5 p. m. and Put-in-Bay at 7 p. m.;
arrive back in Detroit 10:30 p. m. Fare-Cedar Point, $1.75 round trip; Put-in-
Bay, 80 cents.I
Dann MWrite for Map Folder
Dancing Moonlights
Leaves Detroit 8:45 p. m. Ashley & Dustin
F are. Wdo liuas.c. Sat., Steamer Line
Sun. adHldy,7c
Foot of First Street
Detroit, Mich.
7 1 -w,
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d"I'll teaich you I11is
taster here,' said the
sh iek.
An absorbing American drama actually photographed in the
great African desert, in the quaint oasis villages, in the Harems 01
the Shieks, and the Palaces of the Caids. Thousands of Arabs
Camels and Horses in the picturization of Louise Gerard's novel
with Bert Lytell, Claire Windsor, Walter McGraill, llosemar3
Thelby, Montague Love, Paul Panzer.
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