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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

Ace Of Rum Foe Forces Returns To Fray

English Salesman, Prince Of
Wales, Visits South America

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London, July 23.--What the future
travel programs of the Prince of
Wales will be after his forthcoming
visit to South America is a popular
topic for speculation. When he bids
farewell to the American continent
south of the equator he will have
completed his rounds of all the con-
tinents of the earth, his trips having
taken him to all the great British Em- j
pire as well as to several countries
outside the kingdom he will eventual-t
ly rule;
Carrying out the extensive program
jof trips that was planned for him
after the World War, the prince has
spent part of each year since that
time away from London. With no,
more worlds to conquer he will, in
the opinion of those who interest
themselves in speculating on his fu- I
ture, settle down to seriously prepare
himself for the business of being king.
The Prince of Wales has ben char-
acterized as the greatest salesman
,that ever represented the British Em-
pire and his ware, international re-
lations. As such he has been a suc-
cess in all that the term imples.
While South Americans may have an
intimate knowledge of the future king,
as have the peoples of most countries
of the earth, his coming visit will give
Observatory, July 29, 30, and 31, may

them an opportunity to get acquainted
with the personality that has caused
the people of other countries to re-
ceive him enthusiastically. Britishers,
both royalty and commoners, feel that
the prince has accomplished a great
work in creating good will and cordial
relations between the empire and the
countries he has visited and that his
jouth American visit will be accom-
1 i d by tir a m ailtQ

paLie oy Ln same reui Lts. tal between trips. These will not
Aside from the official receptions fluence him, however, as he I
and social events arranged in his shown a strong will and independe
honor there will be a number of of action- regarding himself si
things of special interest to the prince childhood.
while he is in South America. With
somewhat of a reputation as a prac- Detroit, July 23. - Fanned by
tical farmer, he is sure to give more
than passing notice to the great brisk wind fire swept the Gladstc
ranches, the types of their pedigreed Linwood residential avenue distr
stoclkand the methods of raising them. late this afternoon, destroying sei
During his stay in Argentina the apartment buildings and one re
prince will have an opportunity to in- dence before being brought under cc
dulge in one of his favorite pastimes, trol.
@ M Ow s aN MWIN 0M1 O N NM O
* CRIPPEN'S DRUG STORES

made notable records in the U
States and Europe, including the
Olympic Games, and with an al
ance of fine polo ponies the prince
doubtedly will engage in the spo
often as his program will permit.
The homecoming of the prince
excite Britishezs to -a greater e
than his return from any pre
trip. After his return he will
more time to spend among his
people and consequently there
likely to be more rumors and
ulation concerning him than du
his former stays in the British

Coast guard ship No. 13, famed along the Connecticut coast as "Fighting Jewett," is again active in the
warfare against liquor smugglers after being laid up for repairs to damages received in running down and
amming a- prey. The craft served in the war as a destroyer. It's that now, too.

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"A STORE IN EVERTY SHOPPING 1STlI(t""
Our store is conveni,,nt to the Campus.

Visitors Night at the Observatory:
Tickets for visitors' nights at the

DAILYOF IUILETIN
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. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume V FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1925 'Number 210

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Vorld Tour:
Students wishing information concerning the University World Tour
onducted by New York University may consult Mr. Lionel Crocker, Room
200 Angell Hall, M, T, Th, F, from 1 to 3.
Lionel Crocker.
)iploma Fee:
Students in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, who
lan on completing their work for a degree in August, may pay their
iploma fee at any time during the Summer session. The diploma fee
lanks may be obtained in the Registrar's office.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.
osmopolitan Club:
Members and Foreign Students attending thq Summer Session are in-
ited to a Social given by Professor and Mrs. Cowden at their home 1016
)livia, on Saturday evening July 25, from eight..to ten.'
All those who expect to attend will please call up Miss Wightman,
ial 3193.k
Nur M. Malik, President.

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 for
them.
E. H. Kraus.
Put-in-Bay Excursion:
All who are going on the Put-in-Bay excursion will be accommodated
in the following manner:
The regular interurban car leaves the corner of Packard and State
streets at 6:00 A. M.; the round trip fare is $1.55 and the round-trip
tickets must be purchased the day before -at interurban office on Huron
street.
Special busses will leave the corner of Packard and State streets at
6:30. The fare, one way is $1.00 and round-trip is $2.00. Tickets for
fare going and returning by bus must be purchased before eight- P. M.
Friday, at the Bus office, Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Tickets for the steamer, Put-in-Bay, will be purchased at the dock.
I will make necessary arrangements there.
Ernest Rice Smith, Director of the Excursion.
SUBSCRIBE NOW
FOR
- THE SUMMER DAILY

die UE E U E E U.

Drop in between classes.

NEW CASINO PAVILION

Dancing Every Night
EXCEPT SUNDAY

NAT N ATOLI'S

ORCHESTRA ENTRANR
ONE OF THE BEST
This dance pavilion is one of the largest an finest in the State.

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WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN

Forty-five Minutes Drive from Ann Arbor

Outdoor Painting
Class To Exhibit
An exhibition of the work done by
the outdoor painting class will be held
during the last week of the Summer
session the west gallery of Alumni
MemoriaI hall.
Each of the students will be repre-
sented by a collection of sketches in
water color, pen and ink, pencil, char-
coal, and pastel.!
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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

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