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THESUMMERMICHIGANDAILY

Y OFFICIAL BULLETIN
i in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mnmbers of
sity. Copy received at the office of the Summer Aosionr
p. in. (11:30 a. Cm. Saturday).
TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1925 Number 13

Fake Prince Fools Thousands

e Michigan State Prison and the Consumers Power Company, Jack-
ichigan, will be visited Saturday, August first. Both men and
will be conducted inside the prison walls, through the cell block,
hall, and the six prison industries. Luncheon will be served as
of the Consumers Power Company at noon, preceding a brief
the electric and gas plants. Anyone wishing to include only a
the day's program may do so. Special interurban cars leave the
wh station, 116 West Huron Street, at 8:47 A. M. Students motoring
son should be at the prison office, located at the head of Mechanics
by 10 A. M.
al expense about $1.50. Trip over by 3 P. M. Leave names in
r Session Office Box, Room 8, University Hall by Friday, 6 P. M.
Carlton F. Wells, Director of Excursions.
Night at the Observatory:
kets for visitors' nights at the Observatory, July 29, 30, and 31, may
ined 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

E. H. Kraus.

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Club:
and Foreign Students attending the Summer Session are
Social given at the Helen Newberry Residence on South
Saturday evening, August1. from 8 to 10.
Nur It. Malik, President.

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nclined. Priced at eighty-nine cents. /Bodice topped vests
each blossom shade are thirty-nine cents.

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Gaping thousands lining the route in Johannesburg, South Africa, along
which the Prince of Wales was to pass, were hoaxed by a bogus prince
who walked with officials he had fooled, bowing to cheers, doffing his hat,
accepting bouquets and inspecting guards of honor. He was not detected
until the real prince appeared. This photo shows the bogus Wales perpe-
trating his joke. He was arrested.

No Slip Could Be More Fortun
For fortunate indeed is the fashioning kof these f-ne naii
lips, including their shadow proof hems and graceful bodice
with neatly hemstitched shoulder straps in sizes thirty-four to
our and specially priced at ONE DOLLAR.

rbana, Ill.-The income from the
n of $500 has been left for the up-
p and repair of the University
n)orial clock by the will of Miss
sie Estep, '78, whose death occur-
June 29 in Seattle, Wash.
'he clause in the will of Miss Es-
follows: "I give and bequeath
o the trustees of the University of
nois, located at Urbana, Ill., the
a of $500, the income of, which
,11 be applied to the upkeep and
air of a memorial clock given to
said university by the .graduat-
class of 1878, of which I am a]
mber."
ustin, Tex.-Sigma Delta Chi, na-
ual professional journalistic fra-
nity for men, with a chapter at
University of Texas, is opening a
ional employment bureau on' Aug.1

will .resume his duties as a member
of the faculty of the engineering col-
lege after Sept. 1.
Madison, Wis.-Some 46 librarians
and' teachers, 36 of whom are from
Wisconsin.cities, are enrolled in the{
Summer session of the University of.
Wisconsin library school. Of the total'
number, 30 are public librarians and
16, are high school tdachers.
Detroit Theaters
BONSTELLE PLAYHOUSE,
A sprightly comedy fashioned by
Guy Bolton from the Hungarian of
Enrest Vajda, "Grounds for Divorce,"
will be this week's offering of the
Bonstelle company.
It was offered at the Garrick last

FELLOWSNIP FOUNDED
FOR STUDENTS OF AR]

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Fellowships for advanced study and
research in the fine arts, including
music, have been established for the
academic year 1926-27 by former Sen.
Simon Guggenheim and Mrs. Guggen-
heim as an enduring memorial to John
Simon Guggenheim ,a son, who died
in 1922.
These fellowships, of which there
will be forty or fifty annually, are in-
tended for men and women who have
demonstrated unusual capacity for
productive scholarship or unusual

artistic talent. The stipend ordinar-
ily will not exceed $2,500 a year. The
appointments will normally be for one
year,. although plans which. involve
two or three years of study will be
considered by the trustees in charge.
Hawley Tapping, field secretary of
the Alumni association, is leaving
Aug. 1 for Battle Creek, where he
will attend a summer party to be giv-
en by the Battle Creek AUniversity of
Michigan club.
Read the Want Ads

Corselettes
Corselettes of pink
brocade and long
lastic side sections
with back and dia--
phram slightly en-
forcedi. In range of
size fronthirty-two
to forty and now at
a very special price,
hese are meeting
wita deserved ap-
preciationl.
$1.49

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Girdlea of f
pink },rocade of
uality , with
elastic side sect
and also a coirt
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line. These, are
especially am d
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sizes twenty-si:
thir9y four.
$2.95

$1.00

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according to a statement sent out season with a cast including Ina,
Robert B. Tarr, director. The pur- Claire, Bruce McRae, and H. Reeves-
e of the bureau is to supply col- Smith, and proved a diverting and
3 trained men of ability and exper- delightful comedy of marriage, and di-
c to newspapers and magazines by vorce. Guy Bolton has done an ex-
iting 4,0000 members of Sigma Del- celent work .of the translation, and
Chi, who need its service, to reg- 'the play is one of distinct types.
r. The bureau will recommend Matinees will be given on Tuesday,
positions only those men whose Thursday, and Saturday.
lifications, previously determinedJ
investigation, indicate that they . GARRICK
be successful in those positions.'I "Abie's Irish Rose," recognized as
one of the greatest successes in thea-
loomington, Ind.- The stone and trical history, is still running at the
crete work on the gates for the Garrick. Sunday started the 13thl
norial stadium has been complet- week for this popular Anne Nichols
it is expected to arrive this week, comedy. Combining mirth and pathos,
ording to Charles Hays, superin- it has long since been voted a front
lent-of buildings and grounds de- rank in the season's best offerings at
tment here. The gates are a gift this theater.
he 1925 graduating class. --- ---
I Paris, July 27.-Foreign Minister
ustin, Tex.-Charles B. Rice, con- ]Briand has agreed to give his utmost
ed with the University of Texas support for a government appropria-
25 years, and for many years as- tion for adequate representation of
ate professor ' of applied mathe- France at the Sesqui-centennial expo-
Ics, was recently awarded the doc- sition at Philadelphia next year,
of science degree by the Univer-
of Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Rice Dance at Union Friday Nite.
wer ra eam= o =amenuer5 oeee2,%

DANCING

At the New Lake House Pavilion

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

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