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July 22, 1925 - Image 4

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
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Former Student
Draws Cartoons
James House, Jr, ex-'24L, is now
drawing cartoons of the stage and
} motion picture world for the New
York Evening Post.
I While at the University Mr. House
was art editor of the Gargoyle, and
in 1923 he was editor of the maga-
,ine. He is a member of Delta Sigma
Phi fraternity, and also of Pi Delta
Epsilon, honorary journalistic fra-
ternity.
Dance at Union Friday Nite.

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Unassured by statements of experts that earthquakes are unlikely ta reoccur in the same region for many
(150 years separated the last disturbances in Santa Barbara), timid souls are living on California beach-
a protection against quakes. The photo shows a colony of tents and flimsy wooden shacks along the shore

he Pacific near Santa Barbara.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy receivedat the'office of tire Summer Session
until 3:30 p. _m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume V WEDNESDAY, JULY 22', 1925 Number 208
ut-in-Bay Excursion:.
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
uilding, before noon, Thursday, July 23. A Bulletin Board is provided
were where all necessary information may be obtained regardin5 the

Act 3 Se 4 Macbeth-Sawyer; Lady Macbeth-Weston; Ross-Wilson;
Lennox-Lewis.
Act 4 Sc 1 Witches: Rosenblum, Snyder, Hirschman; Macbeth-Reece.
Act 4 Sc 3 Malcolm-Demaray; Macduff-Johnson; Ross--Anderson.
Act 5 Sc 1 Doctor-Baker; Lady Macbeth-Black; Gentlewoman-
Hol den.
Act 5 Sc 5 Macbeth-Talbot; Seyton-Menger; Messenger--Brown.
Act 5 Sc 7 Macbeth-Johnson; Macduff-Baker; Siward-Morgaridge;
Ross-Levinson.
Lionel Crocker.
Women Students:
The Women's League and Helen Newberry Residence invite you to
drop in for tea between four and six this afternoon Wednesday, July 22nd.
Prof. and Mrs. Campbell Bonner, Prof. and Mrs. Henry A. Sanders, and
Prof. Canfield will be guests.
Lillian Wetzel, President, Women's League--Sumnmer Session.

This clearanceI sale is one of the greatest money-

saving events we have ever held.

All over town,

women are telling about it. Frocks, Coats, Suits
and Ensembles of the better type, the kind you
have been accustomed to wearing or the kind you
have wanted to wear, at prices just half their real
worth. Every one of finest fabric in correct accept-
ed silhouette, with distinctive trimming treatment.
We assure every woman who visits us a distinct
and pleasant surprise when she sees the quality and
character of the apparel offered in this great reduc-
tion sale.

Ernest Rice Smith, Director of the Excursion.

Specitl 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 1041 New Physics Building. His
topics for this week will be "Complex Structure of Series Terms" and
"Photoelectric Effect in Vapors."
E. F. Iarker.
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
Olivia, on Saturday evening July 25, from eight to ten.
All those who expect to attend will please call up Miss Wightman,
Dial 3193.
Nur M. Malik, President.
Visitors Night at the Observatory:4
Tickets for visitors' nights at the Observatory, July 29, 30, and 31, may
be obtained at. the Office of the Summer Session from 10 to 12 A. M. and
2 to 4 P. M. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer
Session who will present their Treasurer's receipts when applying foar
hem.
E. H. Kraus.
Public Speaking 62s, Shakespearean Reading:
Act 1 Sc 1 Witches.: Black, Weston, Crowe.
Act 1 Sc 2 Duncan-Baker; . Malcolm-Lippman; Sergeant-Wilson;
Lennox-Lewis.
Act 1 Sc 3 Witches-Brown, Crumley, Hull; Macbeth-Gass; Banquo
-Talbot; Ross-Bronson.
Act 1 Sc 4 Duncan-Hull; Malcolm-F. Chang; Lennox-Hoyt; Mac-
>eth--Menard; Banquo--Holden; .Ross-V. Chang.
Act 1 Sc 5 Lady Macbeth-Rosenblum; Messeger-Levinson; Mac-
eth-Wilson.
Act 1 Sc 6 Duncan-Anderson; Banquo-Morgaridge;. Lady Macbeth-
' Chan'g.
Act 1 Sc 7 Macbeth--Johnson; Lary Macbeth-Sheets.
Act 2 Sc 1 Macbeth---Lippman; Lady Macbeth-Black; Porter-Saw-
er; MacDuff-Morgaridge; Lennox-Lewis; Banquo-Demaray; Malcolm-
Wilson.
Aict 3 Sc 1 Banquo-Anderson; Macbeth-Lewis; Lady Macbeth-Bron-
on; Lennox-Baker; Ross-Wilson; Attendant-Demaray; First murderer
-Reece; Second murderer-Sawyer.
Act 3 Sc 2 Macbeth-Morgaridge; Lady Macbeth-Menard; Servant-
rumley.

FIRE. IN POWER HOUSE
ENDANGERS HOSPITAL!
Great excitement was aroused yes-

put under control quickly by the fire
department.
Installation of an outside distri-
buting and transformer station has
been started at the Washington
streetDower .lant where anPx n eri-

terday noon when a fire started in the mental. station is maintained, having
old power house located back of the been donated by Alexander Dow, pres-
old University hospital. ident of the Detroit Edison company.
The blaze resulted from a tank of
gas which was ignited by lamps be- Brussels, July 21. - The Soviets,
ing used on some of the empty tanks Foreign Minister Vandervelde told the
near the gas tank. The fire, caused Chamber of Deputies, would be recog-
anxiety for the old University hospit- nized by Belgium only when Russia
al because of its infiamable condition recognized Belgium property rights in
and because of the large number of Russia and the right of the Armenian
patients now there. The blaze was and Georgian governments.
NEW CASINO PAVILION
Dancing Every Night
EXCEPT SUNDAY
NAT NATOLI'S
ORCHESTRA ENTERTAINERS
ONE OF THE BEST
This dance pavilion is one of the largest an finest in the State.
WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN
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-Keith Feature-
THE BIRD CABARET
"TONS OF TROUBLE"
Imperial Comedy
New Aesop Fable Cartoon
Kinograms

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An Educational Comedy
"WHAT A NIGHT"
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
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