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July 25, 1925 - Image 3

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN, DAILY

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THESUME.MIHIANDAIY AG

om Other Colleges

- Campaigns for a
e in membership of the
Texas ex-Students asso-
e started soon in every
here there are ex-stu-
ng to William D. Rug-
of the ex-Student asso-
.ese campaigns will be

conducted through local university
organizations in each city, and those
in charge of the drive are only wait-
ing for the publication of the ex-
students' directory, which will be ofd
the press - and ready for distribution
soon.

Urbanan, Ill., Prof. C. W. Parmelee,
head of tie department of ceramic
engineering, has gone to Chicago,
where he will attend the first meeting
of the special research committee on
boiler refractories of the American
Society of Chemical Engineers. He
was appointed as a member of the
committee last week.
Urbana, Ill.-Thirty three members
of the class of 1925 will take the' state
bar examinations that will be held
Monday and Tuesday in Chicago, Dean
A. J. Harno of the college of law an-
nounced yesterday
Madison, Wis.-The first Industrial
Girls' summer school ever sponsored
by a state university is being conduct-
ed at the University of Wisconsin this
summer, and 41 girls from many cities
are enrolled. The girls were sent by
the Y. W. C. A., civic clubs, alumni
clubs, private individuals, and wom-
en's clubs of the cities in which' the

girls work. A local committee work-
ing with factory managers selected
candidates subject to the approval by
a university group.
Special courses in English, econ-
omics, hygiene, folk dancing, and
community recreation are being given
by the regular Wisconsin summer ses-
sion faculty. No university credit is
given the students.

Austin, Tex.-Correspondence cour- have enerolled for psychology and sci-
ses are popular in the university, ac- ence; housewives, doctors, nurses,
cording to Miss Julia Vance, registrar ° radio men, lumber Mnen, archictects,
of the division of correspondence contractors, even conductors on trains
teaching. The usual type includes have carried on correspondence work.
teachers and former students, how-
ever the enrollment embraces men Bucharest, July 24.--The foreign of-
and women in various occupations. flee has notified the American legation
Policemen have taken courses in Eng- that Rumania is ready to begin nego-
lish and sociology; real estate men'tiations for funding the war debt.

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CHURCH

SERVICES.

Seven

Were Torn To Bits

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First Church

St. Andrew's

Episcopal Church

o Christ ScieontiSt
409 South Division St.

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Church of
Christ's Disciples
Hill and Tappan
Kenneth B. Bowen, Minister

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10:30 A. M.--Regular morning
Subject: "Truth."
11:45-Sunday School.

Corner Catherine and Division Sts.
Henry Lewis, Rector
Philip Sehenk, Summer Minister
H. L. Lonsdale, Assistant
Lucia Boynton, Parish Secretary
Seventh Sunday After Trinity.
8:00 A. M.--Holy Communion.
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer. Sermon by the Rev. Mr-Schenk.
HARRIS HALL
Corner State and Huron
Reading Rloo Library
Open Daily, 9 A. M.-5 P. M.

11

11

7:30-Wednesday,
Service."

Testimony

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The Reading Room, 608 First
National Bank building, is open
daily from 12-5 o'clock, except
Sunday and legal holidays.

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9:30-Bible School.

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14:30-Morning worship. Topic
by pastor. "The Swan Song
of Jesus." (I)
7:30-Wednesday, Bible study.
SpecYal welcome to summer
students and faculty.
LOST-Lady's white gold wrist watch
link band. Finder please phone
21474.
LOST-Small grey purse on campus-
finder please call 7271. 528 Elm.
LOST-A silver ring with a yellow
set. Phone 7745. Miss Woodford.
FOR RENT

Si Ph
Si, Paul's Lutheran

Church

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
East 1uron St. between State and Division Sts.

Third and West Huron Sts.
C. A. Brauer, Minister.

R. Edward Sayles, Minister,

9:00 A. M.-Students' Bible
Class.
10:00 A. M.-Divine service in
the English language. Ser-
mon by the pastor.
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Supper and
Social Hour for Lutheran
summer students at the
parsonage.

10:30-Sermon: "Moral Discrimination." Mr. Sayles will
preacher. Time, 10:30.

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be the

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12:00-Father Iden's class in the Guild House. This class is for
students.
6:00-The Young People's Society meets in the church parlors.

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members of - the Fleck family of Richardson, N. D., were torn
d bits and the remains scattered over. a wide area, when a rail-
i struck an automobile on a grade crossing at Billings, Mont.
of the automobile are shown. The other photo shows the position
when struck. (Another car was used for the purpose of illus-

DANCING

t the New Lake House Pavilion

WHITMORE LAKE

FOR RENT--Three room apartment,
new and complete. One half block
from campus. Call 4024 between 6
and 8 P. M.
FOR RENT- For school year, two
~nicely furnished rooms. Steam heat,
no other roomers, reasonable rent.
Phone 5035.
WANTED
A JUNIOR Student wants a suite of
rooms this coming fall in a private
family, near the campus, preferably.
Give details. Box 4, Daily.
WANTED- Student to work noons
and evenings for board at Arcade
Cafeteria.

BOOK Our Bargain Counters
BARCAINS should be of interest to
Summer School Teachers and stu-
dents. New additions daily.

WAHR' lUNIVERSITY
XVAH~~(~BOOK STOR E

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Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
A large, cool pavilion
with real music and a wonderful floor.

the Lone Su 'vivor

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mommoommumm"

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Give your pen a
drink of
Will not clog or
gum the point
and makes the
best pen write
better.

Classified Ads
in the Summer Daily
bring results.
So if you want to buy or sell
anything-if you have lost or
found anything-if you want
to get work, or have someone
work for you, run a classified
ad. Call 21214, or bring your
ad to the Press building on
Maynard street across from
the "Maj."

4e.

The 46 Special at $5.00 and the Student's
Special at $3.75 are fashioned with the same
care and attention to detail that has made the
Sheaffer the pen of perfection.-
SBy the Creators of the Lifetime Pencil
New York
370 7th Avenue
Chicago:
PENS "LIFETIME" PENCILS
W. A. SHEAFFER PEN CO., Fort Madison, Iowa

AL Shea #few
With d thard-
met native Md1.

Denver
502 Jacobsen Bld.
San Franciso
681 Market Str.e

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