THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIA L BU
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice t
the University. Copy received at the office of the
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume V TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1924
France Sends Hero Of Verdun
llETIN With Troops To Besieged F
Nnumber 2097y i 4 l4 Y h4 l
All who are planning on the trip to Put-in-Bay must leave their names
the office of Professor E. R. Smith, Room G, 323, Natural Scienice
.ilding, before noon, Thursday, July 23. A Bulletin Board is provided
ere where all necessary information may be obtained regarding the
Ernest Rice Smith, Director of the Excursion
cial Lectures on Atomic Structure:
The lectures by jA. Paul D. Foote of the Bureau of Standards will be
ven daily at 4 and Friday at 9 in Room -1041 New Physics Building. His
pica for this week will be "Complex Structure of Series Terms" and
hotoelectric Effect in Vapors."
E. F. Barker.
Members and Foreign Students attending the Summer Session are in-
ed to a Social given by Professor and Mrs. Cowden at their home 1016
ivia, on Saturday evening July 25, from eight to ten.
All those who expect to attend will please call up Miss Wightman,
INur M. Alalik, President.
sitors ight at the Obse vatory:
Tickets for visitors' nights at the Observatory, July 29, 30, and'31, may
obtained at the Oflice of the Summer Session from 10 to 12 A. M. and
to 4 P. M. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer
scion who will present their Treasurer's receipts when applying foi,
E. If. Kraus.
University W ill Vienna, July 20-Fridayi
C Lieum monstration against the Jew'
Improve Col'se members of the anti-Semet
ization who invaded a promh
Weinberg's Coliseum, which Nwas and insulted Hebrew guests, i
purchased recently by the University, ed to cause the governmen
will be repaired, enlarged and equip- energetic action to prevent
pod. during the forthcoming inte
Definite plans have not yet been Zionist congress here.
completed, but it is expected to spend
as much money as is needed to get it Patronize Daily Advertise
in shape. The University also pur-
chased the 16t between the building lolst
and Division street, and workmen ARRIEve-
will start immediately enlarging the 12th s. Mat.
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Coliseum so that it will extend from The Niracle Play of Ami
Fifth to Division streets. ANNE NICHOLS'
A committee is investigating to de- A Ir' F
termine just what improvements will
be made, and it is tentatively p-lanned E c iT Y Wi"v""
to install artificial ice manufacturing SE I WY NOT
apparatus, though perhaps not tiis l.SEATS NO
year. -For This and Next
tl DANCL)IN G
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A large, cool pavilion
with real music and a wonderful floor.
At 3 P.M.
ADVERTISING 01 :O
Extreme gravity of the situation i
men are beseiging the ancient city<
of Marshal Petain (left), hero of Ve
3718 or return to Secretary's office.
-- of the finest fighting regiments of Fr
WANTED- By University instructor LOST-Zeta TauAlpha pin with init- the Ruhr, are on the way to the1
a one or two room apartment, fur- ials D. E. H. Reward. Call at leader of the Riffs is seen on the ri
nished or unfurnished., for next 1020 So. University Ave., Dial 5938. Fez. The arrows show how the tr
school year. Address Box ; care of ). E. Hall. against the city.
Daily.. FOR SAL~E
MAN, middle aged, active, for light °---~Many Women Take
pleasant outside work. PermanentjI FOR SALE-A dotor's roll top regist- Physical Classes
position in Ann Arbor. Emmons er and case record. Dial 6845.
C _ _cwark, New York. FOR SALE -1 1-2 year thorobred air- More than 150 women are enrolled
, b UY second hand Ford cheap, ale. Very reasonable. Telephone in physical education courses this
state price. Box 33, Daily. 3618. summer as compared with 105 en-
A JUNIOR Student wants a suite of FOR SALE-A doctor's roll ton ac- rolled last year. Natural dancing
rooms this coming fall in a private count register and case record. classes show the greatest increase,
family, near the campus, preferably. 'Dial 6845. with 28 enrolled against 11 last year.}
n French Moroc o, where Riff tribes-
of Fez, is evidenced by the rushing
rdun, to Morocco by plane. Several
ance, some-of them withdrawn. from
battle zone. "Sultan" Abd-el-Krim,
ght. The map indicates the location
ribesmen are directing their attack
W. A. A. Members
Will Give Roas
For all summer women students,
the W. A. A. is giving a weenie roast
at 5 o'clock this afternoon on Palm-
er field. A baseball game is one of
the many features planned. Those
who are going should sign up and
pay twenty-five cents to Miss Mc-
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2 Pants Suits
(ive details. Box 4, Daily.
LOST-A pair of bone-rimmed glass-
es in black case. Name Inside.
Finder please call Helen-Loomis at
FOR RENT- House,' 6 rooms and
bath, modern. Furnished -or unfur-
nished. 1030 Church St. Call after
i:30 P. M.
Women taking tennis instruction Cormick in Barbour gymnasium by
number more than twice as many as this noon.
those in the previous summer. Swim-
ming seems- to have the greatest ap- Bucharest, July 20.-The agreement
peal, having an enrollment of 50, con- between the International Harvester
siderably more than last year's class- company and its Rumanian debtors,
eb. announced early this month, has col-
In social dancing, more than 200 lapsed, the Rumanian National bank
men and women students have turn- categorically refusing to provide for-
ed out for instruction in waltzing, eign exchange to American debotrs on
fox-trotting and combination steps. the same basis as given to debtors of
Social dancing is a new feature on the British and Italian firms.
campus this summer, no attempt hav-
ing been made to give it here before. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
THE SUMMER DAILY
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In a Comedy of Life hy IPhilip Barry
(Aut ,or of "You and I"]
"A DANCE DIVERTISSEMENT"
Arranged by VICTORIA CASSAN 1
Curtain rises on theDance Divertisseent at
8: to nights and mats 2:10.
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