THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1824
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLE TIN
Publication in the Lulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the Office of the Summer Ses-
siou until 3:30 p. 1n. (11:30 a. r. Saturday).
Volume 4 THVURSDAY, JULY 17, 1R24 Nmber 203
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Dean Efinger's OfiCe fHours:
I shall be in my office each morning from 10 to 12 for the remainder
of this week for consultation. I expect to leave Ann Arbor early next
week for my vacation.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
Latin 1,S, Laborafory Course in Roman Antiquities:
The attention of students is called to the fact that reports are due
during the weeks beginning July 28, and August 4. Meetings will be held
at .4 o'clock unless objection is made. Complete bibliographies of all read-
ing should be ready at the time the report is given. The date on which
reports are to be given will be settled by individual conference.
IRMA F. BUTLER.
Excursion to Pu-tin-lay, Lake Erie:
The excursion to Put-in-Bay will occur on Saturday, July 26, and is
open to any members of the Summer Se ion and their friends. The party
will leave on special cars of the D. U. R. at 7 a. in., and embrak on the
steamer "Put-in-Bay" at Detroit at 9 a. in. The party reaches Put-in-Bay
the scene of Perry's victory, at noon and departs by the steamer at 4:15,
reaching Detroit at 8 p. m. Special cars will be within a block of the dock
and will bring the party to Ann Arbor so as to arrive about 10:30 p. m.
Special rates have been made by both the D. U. R. and the steamship com-
pany which will make the entire expense of transportation a little over
$2.25 for the round trip provided a hundred or more register for the excur-
sion. Such registration is necessary in order to know how many are to
participate. This registration can be made either at the Office of the Sum-
mer Session or with me at room G223,Natural Science building.
WILLIAM R. HOBBS.
Grade-ate School, 1)eanN,"Ofii;e hours:
After Saturday, July 19, I shall be out of town until about September
15. This week I shall be in my office daily from 11 to 12.
ALFRED 11. LLOYD.
Women Interested in Ediueaton:
All women interested in going to the Fireplace for a picnic breakfast,
Saturday morning, July 19, at 8:30, please sign the list on the Bulletin
Board, in Tappan Ihall, before Friday noon. All are invited to come.
FRANCES M. SPEAKER.
W A.T's} GOING N
11:00- Round Table discussion. -
4:00-Hookworm Disease-Dr. C. W.
Stiles. Natural Science auditorium.
4: i0-per Room Bible class meets
in Lane hall.
5:00-The Development in American
Transportation. (Illustrated.) Prof.
H. E. Riggs, Natural Science audi-
7:00--Choral Union rehearsal-School
S:00--Eugene O'Neill's "Beyond the
lorizon," the Shakespeare Play-
house of New York City, auditorium
of University Hall. Admission will
>:00-Present Day Philippines. (Il-
lustrated. Dean Maximo Kalaw, of
the University of the Philippines.
Natural Science auditorium.
S:00-Justin McCarthy's "If I Were
King," the Shakespeare Playhouse
company of New York City. Audi-I
torium of University Hall. Admis-
sion will be charged.
Try Classified ads for big Results.
S:00-Excursion No. S-First Nation.
al Bank building (25 stories, fin-
ished in 1922) including roof view
and sub- basement burglar- proof
vaults. Luncheon in the Bank's
dining room. Bob-Lo Island and
the Detroit River (p.m.) Leave
Bob-Lo at 5:30.
3:30-Shakespeare's "Hamlet" - the
Shakespeare Playhouse company of
New York City. Auditorium of Uni-
versity hall. Admisson will be
S :00-Ibsen's "A Boll's House,"- the
Shakespeare Playhouse company of
New York City. Auditorium of Uni-
versity hall. Admission will be
Boys Leave for Camp
A new section of boys has just been
sent to the U. of M. Fresh Air Camp
for a two weeks' outing. The boys
who are given this opportunity of
change and recreation are known as
the "Honor-privilege" boys. Many of
them come from the Detroit Juvenile
Ward. Although the usual number
admitted at one time i'. one hundred
and thirty, there are one hundred
and thirty-five boys there at present.
w Follow M-65 Out North Main
- Near Brighto-
Students of Public Ieath:
Mr. Newell Edson, of the American Social Hygiene Association,
give three lectures on Social Hygiene, on Wednesday, Thursday
Friday, July 23, 23, and 25, in the Natural Science Agditorium.
As opposed to La Follette as to the
presidential candidates of the major
parties, the extreme radicals who
compose the Workers' Party are cam-
paigning for nominees of their own.
William Z. Foster (above), Commun-
ist leader, is the candidate for presi-
dent, and Benjamin Gitlow of New
York (below), the choice for vice-
Washington, July 16.-Ce-emonies
notifying President Coolidge of his
nomination. as the Republican candi-
date for President will be held August
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Attention is called to the course in Methods and Material in Health
Education, to be conducted by Miss Mary K. Moriarty of New ork City, on
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 11 a. m. This is a
continuation of the course in The Principles of Teaching conducted by Mr.
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VE RY I DAY
A bargain is a bargain only where you can get higher quality
for your money than is usually given.
If you are thinking of buying new rugs, come several times and
see tile CHINESE HAND-MADE RUGS I am importing direct from
the Fette-Li firm in Peking, China, before you decide on any rug.
They have the most artistic designs because they pay the highest
salary for the best artist-designer, who faithfully copies old rugs or,
taking old designs and motiefs, evolves wonderfully beautiful rugs
which perhaps "fit in" better into our American homes. They also
buy highest quality Shansi wool, the best on the market. Only abso-
lutely fast colors are used, and only expert weavers are employed.
Three men do nothing all day long but examine, inch by inch, the
back of each rug for flaws and if one is found, the rug is thrown
out and sold as a second.
I buy only the first, highest quality-no seconds-and yet sell all
the time at a price often asked for a third quality rug.
This factory was putting out only three or four 9 by 12 rugs a
month when it was discovered by the American woman, Mrs. Fette,
whose husband, former Wellelley college professor, is now a professor
in Peking. Through her putting it in touch with other Americans
and financing a larger factory, the output has been increased from
six hundred square feet a month when we came home, in July, 1922,
to ten thousand square feet a month in December, 1923. And yet
another factory is to be built this summer in order to fill orders.
And yet, because of the great demand they have had to refuse all
wholesale and all hurry-up retail orders.
I send cash with all my orders-months before I receive my rugs-
in that way I get the °choicest designs and preference on looms. Rugs
up to 4 by 6 are constantly coining in by parcel post, so my display
is always varied.
I now have on hand in small rugs, roses, blues, toupes, grays, and
tans, and within a few days will receive S by 10s and 9 by 12s in
grays, toupes and blues.
I refuse to sell any rug larger than 2 by 4 until the buyer has had
it in her home at least a day to see how it harmonizes by both
daylight and electric light with other furnishings. It is generally
thought that Chinese and Oriental rugs cannot be used together. That
is often the case, but by carefu selection of designs as well as color
they can be used in the same room to very good effect.
I advise against hurried pur chases, because these rugs will
wear so long they must be selectedlike a husband, one that you will
al ways enjoy being with.
On display at all times except Sundays.
928 Church Street
MRS. H. B. MUERR1ICK