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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
JAPAN MAY WITHDRAW ENVOY IN MOSCOW

NEL CROCKER iLL,
GIVE RECITAL TONIGHT
. Lionel Crocker, instructor in
Public Speaking department, will
a recital of cuttings frdm Booth
ington's "Mister Antonio," at 8
ck this evening in University
In this recital Mr. Crocker
the parts of all of the charac-
of the story.
ister Antonio" is a comedy, of
h the leading character is an or-
grinder. Booth Tarkington, the
dr, is well known for his Penrod
es, and especially his "Seven-
e recital is open to the general
c.
ASSOCITION TO
INSPECT LAW CLUB

ITS ALWAYS COOL AND COMFORTABLE

2:
7"

ANATONIO

ENO AND PATSY RUTH MILLER

meeting of the American Bar as- r""'-"
ation will be held Septeiber 2
4 at Detroit. Hon. Charles E. ( Papan is threatening to withdr
hes, who is president of the assn- in Japanese sheres in China, do.nc
on, will give the annual address tal: (1. to r.) Tchicherin, commiss
'e opening session. Other speak
on the program are: William D. Michigan Union and will inspect t
trie, a leading figure of the New law club and campus before retur
' Bar1 John G. Sargent, attorney ing to Detroit. A group of five hu
ral of the U. S., the right honor- dred are expected to come to At
Lord Buckmaster of England, Arbor on a special train via t
Manual Fourcade, Batonnier of Michigan Central.
Paris Bar.,
e visiting members of the bar will San Francisco, August 6.-Jimm
Ann Arbor on September 5 as Moore, negro welterweight of Cinch
ts of the Michigan State Bar as- nati,' knocked out Billy Harms,
tion and the Detroit bar associa- Marysville,' in the seventh round of
They will have luncheon at the scheduled 10-round bout last night.

aw its newly installed ambassad'or in M oscow, if Red activities in Japan and
ot ceas6 .The new envoy is seen present ing his credentials in the soviet capi-
ar of foreign afairs; President Kalinin a nd Ambassador Tanaka.

"HER HUSBAND'S SECRET"
From May Edginton's Saturday Evening Post Story "Judgi

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DAILYO CIA IN
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, AUGUST 7, 1925 Number 222
edule of Examinations:'
The final examinations in the Schools and Colleges on the eight
ks basis will be held Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, August 12, 13,
14, accbrding to the following schedule:
Hours of Recitation Time of Examination
...................Wednesday............ .. 2-4
...................Wednesday.................. .4-6
...................Thursday . ... .........4-6
.............................Thriday.. ....... ...8-10
........................... .....Friday ......... ...............19-12
..... .... ...........,.Thursday........... .....10-12
. .............Thursday..................2-4
S......................................2-4
regular................ ....Friday......................4-6
All classes will continue to meet regularly until Wednesday noon, Au-
t 12.
E. H. Kraus.
iduate Students:
Graduate students who expect to complete the requirements for the
ster's degree this summer should pay the diploma fee of $10.00 on or
ore August 14. Blanks for this purpose should be secured at the office
the Graduate School.
Ruth A. Rouse, Reco'der.
reral Library-Notice:
On account of the approaching close of the Summer session, members
the faculties are requested to return all books which they have drawn
m the University Library before August 14.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Ister Antonio":
Mr. Lionel Crocker, of the faculty of the Public Speaking department,
1 give a public recital of Booth Tarkington's play "Mister Antonio" on
day, August 7. at 8 P. M., in University Hall.
G. E. Densmore.
dents, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Attention is called to the requirement that all courses elected for
dit must be completed, unless they are oflicially dropped. Students who
h to drop Summer session courses should apply at the affice of the
gistrar.
W. R. lumphreys, Assistant Dean.
bllc Recitals:
On Monday, August10, at 8, P. M., in University Hall, members of the
ss in The Lecture Recitalx will present as readings, scenes from the
.owing plays: ."Cyrano de Bergrac" by Rostand; "The Servant in the
use" by Kennedy; Ibsen's "A Doll's House;" Sheridan's "The Rivals;"
Lsworthy's "The Pigeon;" and "The Merchant of Venice."f
On Monday at 4 P. M., in Room 3209 Angell Hall, Mr. M. W. Brock
1 present a recital of Winchell Smith's play "Turn to the Right;" Tuesday
4, Miss Eva Van-'Natta will give a recital of Barrie's play "Quality Street."
These recitals are open to the public.
. L. M. Ech.

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It contains a complete collection of college songs, ph
graphs of well-known spots .on the campus, photographs
the historic "M" of football days and many other reminc
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"Michigan's Favorite Song Book" is beautifully prin
making a fitting embodiment of your precious memories
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rora, Ill., Aug. 6. - The $25,000
ican trotting derby, feature
of the grand circuit meeting at
sition park will be held tomor-
with 11 starters.
ren races featured by the 2:06
nake up today's program.
mubers of all chapters of Pi
ida Theta who are attending the
ier session are invited to meet
Miss Cleo Murtland and Miss
aret Cameron at 7:30 o'clock

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