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July 19, 1925 - Image 4

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFCAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University.- Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. .. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume V SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1925 Number 206
To All Chinese Students:
You are requested to attend a business and social meeting which will
be held this evening at 8:00 o'clock sharp in Lane Hall.
S. FY. Yong, Secretary.
Shakespearian Recital:
The Merchant of Venice will be presented by the class in Shakespear-
ian Reading on Monday evening, July 20, at eight o'clock in University
Hall. Lionel Crocker.
Special Lectures on Atomic Structure:
The lectures by Dr. Paul D. Foote of the Bureau of Standards will be
given daily at 4 and Friday at 9 in Room 1941 New Physics Building. His

topics for this week will be "Complex Structure of Series Terms" and
"Photoelectric Effect in Vapors."E
E. F. Barker.
Cosmopolitan Club:
Members and Foreign Students attending the Summer Session are in-
vited to a Social given by Professor and Mrs. Cowden at their home 1016
SOlivia, on Saturday evening July 25, from eight to ten.
All those who expect to attend will please call up Miss Wightman,
Dial 3193.
Nur . MalIk, President.
Public Speaking 62s:
Public Speaking 62s, Shakespearean Reading, will meet Monday after-
noon at 3:30 in University Hall.
Lionel Crocker.
Women's Educational Club:
HoThere will be a conference meeting on Monday, Julys20, at Pi Beta Phi
lHouse, 836 Tappan at 7:15. Miss Cleo Murtlandi will speak of her work'
l in vocational education, and Mrs. Mary C. Lewis of Civilian Rehabilitation.
A general discussion will follow.
k- Jennie . Clow, Secretary-Treasurer.

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Salads, Sandviches, Waffles
Hot Specials, Etc.
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Concessions

Painter Finishes
Taylor's Portrait

Freeman's Dining Room
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$7.00 per week $1.15 per day (3 Meals)
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Sunday Dinners 75 cents
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A portrait of Prof. Fred M. Taylor
of the department of economics by A.
M. Valerio, has just been completed.
The portrait will be presented to the
University Saturday evening, Aug. 1,
at a dinner to be given in honor of -
Prof. Taylor at the Michigan Union.
It it expected that a large number 'of
guests from various parts of the coun-.
try, among them past colleagues and
r advanced students of Professor Tay-
lor, as well as his associates and
friends will be present.
London, July 18.-Mary Cholmon-
deley, English novelist, died in Ken-
sington. She wrote "The Danvers
Jewels," "Diana Tempest," "Red Pot- .
tage," "Moth and Rust," and the "Ro-
iance of This Life."
Paris, July 18.-Imports into France
for the first half of 1925 were valued
at 18,636,525;000 francs while exportsl
totalled 21,624,385,000.

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Other American firms are bidding for important Russian concessions, following the successful conclusion
of negotiations between W. A. Harriman and company, New York, and the soviet, for control of the man-
ganese fields of the republic of Georgia. The contract is seen being signed in Moscow. Left to right: seated)
Alexander Djakali, Georgian representative of Harriman; Mark Kascovich, Harriman engineer; John Speed
Elliott, chief Harriman representative; Georges Tchicherin, svoiet commissar of foreign affairs; (standing):
Richard Shellons, Harriman manager, William Shreiter, soviet technician; Gregory Pyatakoff, soviet concessions
commissar; M. Menken, delegate of Georgian government; Felix Dzerzhins ky, chairman soviet economic coun-
cil.
gre-Season Five Brussels, July 18. -Twenty thous- Cherbourg, July 18.-President Dou-
and metal workers in the Liege dis- mergue, accompanied by Premier
Schedule F led trict yesterday joined the general Painleve, Foreign Minister Briand and
strike of the metallurgical workers,' other officers yesterday reviewed 60
Three basketball games, preliminary making the total number of strikers units of the French fleet, represent-
to the opening of the 1925-26 Confer- 65,000. The strike was caused by an ing the Mediterranean squadron of
attempt to decrease wages 5 per cent. the Channel and North Sea division.
ence season, have been scheduled by__________________
Coach Edwin Mather. Subscribe fox" the Summer Daly. Read the Classified ads-it pays.
Michigan will meet Ohio Wesleyan
here on Dec. 12, the University of
PitItsburg here on Dec. 17, and on Feb.
6 travels East to eneounter Syracuse
university on its home court. S
These games, together with a home
and-home series tentatively planned
with Michigan State college, com-
plet es Michigan's pre-Conference sea-
son allowance of fegames.Summer School Supplies
In golf the difficulty is discover- FontMin uganB anef Cas PennaFrnishings
ing where the work ends and the fun igAthletic Suppliesn t
begins.

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In a smashing drama of a
woman who forgot her husband
until another woman came to
take him alway from her. She
forgot that silence is golden-
that talk creates trouble, and
that tangled love affairs breed
trouble always-until something
happened that made her wake
up.
Here's the Popular
Lewis Stone and Anna Q. Nilsson
in a Play One Can't Forget

LEWIS STONE

and ANNAQ.NILSSON

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IAN KEITH, LYDIA YEAMANS TITUS, E H. CALVERT
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Acrobats, Dancers, Singers, Talkers and Imitators
Absolutely the Most Astounding Bird Act in Vaudeville
These Wonderful Feathered Creatures
Perform With Almost H-Vman Intelligence

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