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lILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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).
ne V FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1925 Number 216
tive Reading Class:
class in Interpretive Reading will give a recital at S P. M. Monday,
3, in University Hall. Readings from modern authors will make
of the program. The public is invited. Admission is free.
W. P. Sandford.
oduction:
iworthy's "Loyalties" will be given by the Class in Play Production
sday night, August 6, instead of Wednesday, August 5, as previously

Now'Leader Of
Evolution Foes

E. E. Fleischman.

ICHIGAN DAILY
FORMER CITY FRESTER
Mr. Ray E. Bassett, former city for-;
ester and superintendent of parks of
Ann Arbor and who for the past three
years has been connected with the I
Greening Nursery company at MonroeT
has recently organized a new com-
pany under the firm name of Bassett.
and Anspach, landscape architects.
They will retain their office at Mon-
roe.
While with the other company, Mr.
Bassett lad charge of the sales for
their lanscape department whic op-
erated over a wide range of territory
including Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and
a large part of New York state. ,
It will be recalled that in addition
to Mr. Bassett's work as city forester',
he took an active interest in the ac-1
I quisiton of new park lands, play-
C grounds, in organizing Boy Scoutsj
and in other similar enterprises of
public interest. During the war he
served as manager of the fourth Lib-
erty Loan drive.
The new firm is now working on
some large developments both in the
East as well as in this section of the
country.
( nMr. Bassett's associate, Mr. Charles
M. Anspach, was chief artist and de-'
signer for the Greening Landscape
company prior to this recent organ-
ization.
Madison, Wis., July 30.-Robert M.
La Follette, Jr., today announced his
candidacy for United States senator.

DR AI1 CRAMP TULS
ON PAENT MEDICINES
..--4
"The Nostrum and the' Public
Health" was the subject of a lecture
given by Dr. Arthur J. Cramp, of the
Bureau of Information of the Amer-
ican Medical association, last night in
Natural Science auditorium,
"Nostrums," are the so-called pat-
ent medicines, although patent med-
icines do not exist, according to Dr.
Cramp. The government will not is-
sub Vatents to the manufacturers of

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ober.

Bay Excursion:
idents who have a refund for the Put-in-Bay Trip may see Professor
Smith in Room G 323 Natural Science Building after*3 o'clock.
E. R. Smith. I
nen on the Campus:
women wHo vvish to attend the joint banquet of the Women's Educa-
Club and the Men's Education Club may telephone reservations to
argaret Kruke, Dial 4593, from 8 to 10 A. M. on Friday or Monday.
inquet ,will be held at the Michigan Union on Tuesday at 6:30. .
$1.50." .,
Lila Reynolds, Chairman, Per J. M. Clow, Secretary.
ions:
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
wn 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.
tal 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.
politan Club:
imbers and Foreign Students attending the Summer Session are
to a Social given at the Helen Newberry Residence on South
Street, Saturday evening, August 1, from 8 to 10;
Nur M. Malik, President.
e men in Ann Arbor who have attended Oberlin College will meet
Michigan Union at 6 P. M. Monday, August 3 for an informal
and smoker. Those wishing to attend kindly communicate with
W. Wheeler, 1133 White St., Prone 9253.
Robert W. Wheeler.

ers would not have thi
patented if they could,
reasons. The most im.
these reasons is that th
must be specified so clear
one could make the pr
chief value of the medici
tery, would' therefore be :
Vienna, July 30. - Ma
Jeritza, the Austraian si
sever relations with the V
She has acepeted terms a
ceed to New York in th
September for.eight conc

Death of William J. Bryan leaves
Rep. Thomas A. Blanton, Democrat,.
T[ex., the most conspicuous figure
among the forces seeking to prevent
the teaching of evolution. He will be
the leader of a fight in the next con-
gress to pass a national anti-evolu-
tion law.
Paris, July 30.-For the first time
in history a taxi driver is a member
of the French chamber of deputies.
He is M. Adam and when the cham-.
ber is not in session he operates his
taxi.
Flint, July 30.The cornerstone of
the new $400,000 Y. W. C. A. building
under construction here will be laid
Sunday afternoon.

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TUTE OF POLITICSI
EFTS FOR FIFTH TIME"I
ffth session of the Institute of
, located at Williamstown,
was opened on July 23 and
st until Aug. 22.
Institute of Politics was inaug-I
in 1921 for the purpose of and
al exploration of the facts un-
g international events and the
ion of the serious study of
affairs'with a view to creating
erstanding of the problems and
* of our own and other coun-
The institute offers courses -of'
lectures by distin'guished
s and statesmen of foreign
es, also round-table and gen-
nferences which are presided
r recognized authorities on the
selected for discussion.
e lecture courses will be pre-
such topics as "Italy and the
Tranean Area," by Count An-
'ippico, Rome; "Peace Prob-
France," Robert Masson, Par-
3 "The League of Nations,"
i E. Rappard, Geneva. In the
able conferences discussion of
>pics as: International justice,

economic recovery of Europe, prob-
lems of armament ,political problems
of Europe, international aspects of
natural resources, and the outstand-
ing problems in inter-American rela-
tions will be led by eminent schol-
ars and authorities from American
and English universities.

Stoddard
Hair Shoppe
707 N. Univ. Dial 21212

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the marriage of Ruth Christensen, '24,#
and George Townley, '25L. The cere-
mony was performed by the Rev.
Henry Tatlock at 4 o'clock Monday
at St. Andrews Episcopal church,
Ann Arbor.
Since her graduation last year Miss
Christensen has been' teaching in
Dearbdrn. She is a member of the
Alpha Chi Omega sorority, and Town-
ley, a member of Sigma Chi and Phi
Alpha Delta legal fraternity.
Calgary, July 30.- More than 230
antelope no ware confined in the Ne-
miskan park in Southern Alberta.
When the park was established in
1915 antelope were nearly extinct.

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