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July 25, 1925 - Image 4

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

1ILY OFFICIAL BUtLETIN
ication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
3:30 p. -M. (11:30 a. m.;,Saturday).
me V SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1925 ;umber 211
Lour
ents wishing information concerning the University World Tour
ed by New York University may consult Mr. Lionel Crocker, Room
gell Hall, M, T, Th, F, from 1 to 3.
Lionel Crocker.
Fee:
dents in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, who
completing their work for a degree in August, may pay their
fee at any time during the Summer session. The diploma fee
nay be obtained in the Registrar's office.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.
litan Club:
ibers and Foreign Students attending the Summer Session are in-
a Social given by Professor and Mrs. Cowden at their home 1016
in Saturday evening July'25, from eight to ten.
those who expect to attend will please call up Miss Wightman,
3.
Nur M. Malik, President.
Night at the Observatory:
:ets. for visitors' nights at the Observatory, July 29, 30, and 31, may
ned at the Office of the Summer Session from 10 to 12 A. M. and
P. M. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer
who will present their Treasurer's receipts when applying foi

Mother Of Harry Thaw Sues
Grandson For $600,000 Gift

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Showing of Patent Leather Models

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All Chinese Students On Campus:
You are requested to attend a special meeting which will be held in
ne Hall.this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock..--g
Robert Y. Chew, President. y
of the organ department. Mr. Mc- t
Namara was discovered in Patterson, j' ".\'{.
N. J. as a member of the police de- yL'ay _
FROM THE FILES partment, by Mne. Schumann-Heink
several years ago, and it was largely
tnrough the influence of the famous
TEN YEARS AGO TODAY soprano that he came to Ann Arbor . S.; L..
Prof. Henri Hus, of the botany de- to complete his musical education. ..."'''
rtment, was granted a three year He is said to possess an exception- s::
ve of absence by the Board of Re- ally beautiful baritone voice.
its, and will leave in September for
rnatra where he will conduct re- + FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY
arch work on rubber tires for the The Board in Control of Athletics '
ited States Rubber company. He! met last night to consider the qual-. ..
s chosen from the most noted sci- Ifications of several prominent base- . .: .
,sts' in American universities, and ball men with reference to filling the
i attempt to double the amount of I position made vacant by Carl Lund- Mrs. Mary Copley Thaw, mother of Harry Thaw, famed clayer, is press-
yielded by the rubber tree. He gren. "You can rest assured," saidng a suit against her grandson, Lawrence Thaw, New Yorker, for
o intends to make a collection of! Director P. G. Bartleme, "that we will $600,000 which, she claims, he induced her to give him last January.
rare plants growing in the dis- get a good man for the place. We must Lawrence Thaw, who denies the allegations, is the son of a half-brother
-ts he visits, and these will be sent have an excellent man to .ll Carl of Harry Thaw. He is seen with his wife. Inset is his grandmother, the
the herbarium in the new Science Lundgren's place, especially since he plaintiff.
lding. has gone to Illinois, a rival school."
dr. Edward McNamarathe, famous Mexico City, July 24.-The war de-
itone, will give a concert next partment denies reports that Great
dnesday night in HIill auditorium Britain has seized large quantities of
.h Miss Struble, of the violin de- arms and munitions en route to Mex-
Atment, and Mr. Earl Moore, head ico.
AT 'THE

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HESE new slippers are designed to ac-
company all sorts of mid-summer and
early fall costumes. We offer two distinctive
patterns in the season's newest and most fash-
ionable mode. Of course they are made of
patent leather because black is smart with
every costume in season and in between sea-
sons. One pump is smartly stitched with white.
The other is a one strap slipper with the clever-
est trimming of black kid all around the up-
per edge. Both models are priced at $8 and
represent advanced fashion successes of the
coming season.

(FIRST FI400R)

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

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When marriage goeseon 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.
"0L2UKR ISSELOWADOLPHIEMNENJOU
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SIR,

PAT O'MALLEY

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STUDENTS, NOTICE!
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student, winner of the Carl Laemmle inter-collegiate scenario compe-
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