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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL B LIUi
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive noIce to all m br o
the University. Copy received at the of of the hu r s
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
- Volume V THURS1IAY, JIULY 23, 1924 Number 209
Put-in-Bay Excursion:
All who are planning on the trip to Put-in-Bay must leave their names
at the office of Professor E. in. Smith, Room G, 323, Natural Science
Building, before noon, Thursday, July 23. A Bulletin Board is provided
there where all necessary information may be obtained regarding the
trip.
Ernest Rice Smith, Director of the Excursion.
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 1041 New Physics Building. his
topics for this week will be "Complex Structure of Series Terms" ant
"Photoelectric Effect in Vapors."
E. F. Barker.
Cosmopolitan Club:
Members and Foreign Students attending the Summer Session are in-
vited to a Social given by Professor and Mrs. C .owvden at their home 101 ;
Olivia, on Saturday evening July 25, from eight to ten.
All those who expect to attend will pl'ase (all up Miss Wightianii,
Dial 3193.
Nnr IM. Mali! , President.
Visitors Night at- the Obseruitory:
Tickets for visitors' nights at the 0,servatory, July 29, 30, and 31, may
be obtained at the Oice of the Summier Session from )10 to 12 A. M. and
2 to 4 P. M. These tickets arc intended for students of the Summer
Session who will present their Treasurer's receipts when applying fo.
them.
E.11. Kraus.
Public Speaking 62s, Sha espeareeni .adnig:
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-Cass; Banquo
-Talbot; Ross-Bronson.
Act T Sc 4 Duncan-Hull; Malcoln-F. Chang; Lennox-Hoyt; Mac-
beth-Menard; Banquo-Holden; Ross-V. Chang.
Act 1 Sc 5 Lady Macbeth--Rosenblum; 1\iessenger-Levinson; Mac-
beth-Wilson.
Act 1 Sc 6 Duncan-Anderson; Banquo-Morgaridge; Lady Macbeth-
V. Chang.
Act 1 Sc 7 Macbeth-Johnson; Lary Macbeth-Sheets.
Act 2 Sc 1 Macbeth-Lippman; Lady Macbeth-Black; Porter-Saw-
yer; MacDuff-Morgaridge; Lennox-Lewis; Banquo-Demaray; Malcolm-
Wilson.
Act 3 Sc 1 Banquo-Anderson; Macbeth-Lewis; Lady Macbeth-Bron-
son; Lennox-Baker; Ross-Wilson; Attendant--Demaray; First murderer
-Reece; Second murderer-Sawyer.
Act 3 Sc 2 Macbeth-Morgaridge; Lady Macbeth-Menard; Servant-
Crumley.
Act 3 Sc 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; Maccul_--Johnson; Ross-Anderson.
Act 5 Sc 1 Doctor-Baker; Lady M acbeth-Black; Gentlewoman-
Holden.
Act 5 Sc 5 Macbeth-Talbot; Seyton --Inger; Menger--Brown.
Act 5 Sc 7 Macbeth--Johnson; Macduisf---iakr;: Siward-Morgaridge;
Ross-Levinson.

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STUDENTS, NOTICE!
This story was written by William E. Oliver, University of California
student, winner of the Carl Laemmle inter-collegiate scenario compe*
tition, and was awarded the $2,500.00 prize. Featuring
PAT O'MALLEY and MARY ASTOR

Here is a picture
without a dull uno-
ment! A picture
which is bound to
make you like it,
bea use it 11 beyond
all doubt the year's
most enga iug inoV.
city!

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If' you like real
thrills, the tang
of real adventure,
and if you re-
spond to the
finest kind of ro-
inance, DON'T
MISS THIS PIC.
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adventure!
This picture is
just p acke d
with all three!
International

The Spanish government is aidin g Senor La Cierva, inventor, in the
development of a newv flying machin e of the helicopter-type, which is con-
structed to hover in one spot in the a ir. The plane's wings are arranged
like irh suokes of a wheel. It is shown above.1
will be raised in the final week call-' Tokio, July 22.-The foreign office
ed "concentration" week. announced it has sent a note to China
through Kenkichi Yoshizawa, Japan-
The WoodIlawn Players will appear ese minister to China, advising her in
Friday in the cainpus open air the- a friendly manner that the agitation
ater. They will present "The Taming for revision of treaties was inappro-
of the Shrew" in the afternoon and priate at present.
"Masks and Faces" in the evening.
Washington, July 22. --Acceptance
Won 1 ive!of the Henry Ford bid of $1,706,000
Cu ! ce for the 200 shipping board vessels set
aside for scrapping, has been recoi-
rmended- to the shipping board by
An all-campus dance, free of President Palmer of the fleet corpora-
charge,, will be given by the Women's}tion.
League and the Women's Athletic as--
sociation from 3 to 11:30 o'clock to-
night at Barbour gymnasium. This
will conclude the series of Tuesday
and Thursday social dancing classes.
Music for the dancing will be sup-
plid by a four-pi ece orchestra.
Pa trons and patronesses for the B A wt A aH E
dance will include Dean E. H. Kraus Sum n
and Mrs. Kraus, Dean Joseph A. Burs-$n
Iey and Mrs.rBursley Miss Henriette
Scranton, Prof. Ethel M1cCormick, d -eunts.-
Miss Alice Lake, and Miss Naomi
Titus.
iance at Union Friday Nite.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

HE was th idol
of his college
friends - but his
father said lie
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A Sunshine Comely "Te Heart of a Siren"

News
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Our Barg ai Counters
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work next fall. While in the Univer-
sity, Hahn was one of the best sprint-
ers that Michigan produced. He holds
FILES Conference records in 100 and 220
yard dashes. He also won the 100
and 200 metre dashes in the 1904 and
be torn down 1908 Olympics and has been recog-
nized as one of the world's best
on its demoli- sprinters.

ROHESTRA ENTERTAINERS

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ONE OF THE BEST

West hall will not
this summer but work

This dance pavilion is one of the largest an finest in the State.

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tion may be started in the fall. Betsy
Barbour house will be open when the The plans have been completed and
fall semester starts, and according to the work of organization well started
the agreement made when the funds for 1he Union campaign. One million
were donated to the University, West i dollars is to be raised in October by
hall was to- be razed. However au- a committee of 2,000 working in 183
thorities are confronted by the pro- districts. The building committee,
blem of finding sufficient accommo- composed of Dean Bates, Professor
dation for the ever increasing enroll- Bursley, Gardner S. Williams, Roy D.
ment of the University. Chapin, and Homer Heath, met with
the representatives of Pond, the arch-
Archie Hahn, who will be Varsity itect of Chicago, and arranged the
football trainer and assistant track I placing of contracts. Homer Heath
coach next year arrived to day to is the man behind this project. The
make arrangements for taking up his largest part of the money probably

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When marriage goes on the rocks, where are the
children's life-preservers?
A comedy, bright and cheerful as a morning
in June. Proving that divorce is sometimes a laugh-
ing matter. 1
AO~ZO R 1~SS2L0 A .j5[lY ~iXADOLPHlE MENJOU
..a- kSW BETTY BRONSON
- (<gCaramountVciure FLORENCEVIDfOR /
1AR EPAR ENTS PEOPLE ''

There is nothing like a
OST young men today
know the importance of
looking fit. Good ap-
pearance counts mach
in the game of life. The young
man who dresses with taste has
a decided advantage.
But-it is surprising how little
thought the average man gives
to his hat. It is his crown, yet he
seems to stop dressing at the neck.
Be careful in your selection of
your headwear. When you buy a
hat, select a Stetson. Its style is
right, its quality means long wear.

The Sweetness of a Rose
IS TUCKED AWAY IN BLUE ROSE PRODUCTS
FRAGRANCE PURITY NATURALNESS
A skin as exquisite as a rose leaf would be without
equal! Yet one can approach that beauty with a
little care. A fastidious choice of cosmetics, for
instance, will subtilely soothe the ravages of a
work-a-day life, and create that velvety softness so
exquisite in a roset
POWDERS PERFUME
Blue Rose Powders to begin The compacts are conveniently
with are pure and harmless. slender and most attractively
There is the face powder in nat- designed, with a blue rose
ural, besides the Adherent Face etched on the cover, and unique
Powder which is a heavier pow- also is the square shape of both
der and therefore better suited the single and the double com-
to certain skins. The Talcum pacts. If one prefers the dou-
Powder is deliciously fragrant ble compact one can choose the
and soothing to the skin, es- proper shade of rouse also.
pecially important during warm The Blue Rose Perfume bias
weather, when water has a long been indorsed by women
harsh, drying effect on sensitive who carefully sought a more
skins. One can also rest as- stealing and bewitching fra-
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ders will have no tendency to it only in the bulk for two
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