THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION ..
Folk dancing and clogging classes
meet at 10 o'clock Monday in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Women should bei
attired in gymn suits and street shoes.
Natural dancing classes at 11 and
3 o'clock Monday will not meet in
Summer tennis tournament for wo-
men will consist of two contests, one
for beginners and one for more ad-
vanced players. Those interested
should sign up in Barbour gymnas-
ium before July 3..
Students in the literary college who
received incompletes or were absent
from examination will not be' nailed
their grades for several days.
The Coblenz prize for excellence in
the work of student editors of the
Law Review has been awarded joint-
ly to Meyer E. Brown and Merwin
Prof. Evans Holbrook of the Law
school of the University is teaching
at the University of California, while
Prof. George P. Costigan
versity of California is
here for the summer.
of th Uni-
Summer School Supplies
ntain Pens Loose Leaf Note Books
Prof. R. W. Aigler of the Law
school is teaching at Cornell univer-
Prof. E. D. Dickinson of the Law
school is instructing at Columbia un-
Bayonne, N. J., June 26. -Marmon
H. Ford, a member of the crew of
the dirigible Shenandoah, made a suc-
cessful parachute leap from the ship
today while the craft was circling
over Bayonne, in observance of the
state encampment of the Veterans of
Foreign wars. This was said to be
one of the first attempts at a par-
achute drop from a dirigible.
Detroit, June 26.-The Ford Motor,
company's airplane freight line will
be extended to Cleveland on July 1,
it was announced here today.
J Y M r s
At the New Lake House Pavilion
Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
A large, cool pavilion
with real music and a wonderful floor.
Tade (at wheel) and Is campianion in the cross-countryventure,
Wells. The map shows the route of the dash they will undertake.
it. Leigh Wade, round-the-world flier, will attempt a non-stop
sh from Los Angeles to New York next month. He will be accom-
by Lincol nWells, newspaper writer. Wade's car will be contin-
in motion during the entire trip, no stops being made. Gasoline,
water, an dfood will be taken "on the run" so that no time will be
'he adventurous fliers hope to average 20 miles an hour for the
A WHITE HAT
For Student Body
Summer Students of the University
will be entertained at an informal'
rception at 4 o'clock Tuesday in
Alumni Memorial hall. This will be
f the first reception in two yars, and
I its purpose, according to Dean Ed-
ward H. Kraus, dean of the Summer
session, will be to bring the students
and faculty into closer contact.
Read the Want Ads.
SILK HOURS ARE
These are the days when your shingle bob sil
be hiddein beneath a cool white straw hat. Sm
models of balibuntal and peanut straw are she
in the medium, large or close-fitting style. A t
of black velvet adds a jaunty air to some.
[ens' educational club held
beeting of the summer yes-
evening at the Michigan
The following members were
on the committee in charge
club affairs: Superintendent
rickson ,of Houghton, Mich-
ipt. Riddering, of Marysville;
1 William Haggard of Rut-
Berlin, June 26.- Hotel rates in
Berlin have jumped. Rooms range
from $5 to $25 a day, with the cheap-
est luncheons about $1.50.
Subscribe for the Summer Daily.
NEW CASINO PAVILION
Dancing Every Night
RON St.-Furnished light-
ing rooms. Dial 7345.
?SON ST.- Single rooms
m. Dial 5259. Ralph T.
HIAYER St. - Furnished
t. Dial 7013. Ralph T.
:OMPSONTwo blocks from
Rooms, clean and cool
r all the time.
'-2 single rooms between
and Jefferson Sts. Five
walk from campus. Dial
Shouldn't you like to have three or four silk frocks
with mannish: stripes or gay, colorful figures in
which to while away warm July afternoons TDe-
lightfully new and charming are these dresses of
tub silk, canton, crepe de chine, silk broadcloth
and printed georgette. You wll find it very easy
to choose a becoming style and color; tjere is such
a variety, including the fashionable two-piece cos.
tume with a tucked blouse, and the new royal shade
ONE OF THE BEST
This dance pavilion is one of the largest an finest in the State.
WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN
Forty-five Minutes Drive from Ann Arbor
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422 E. Washington.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
East Huron St. between State and Division Sts.
First Congregational Church
"The Church of a Thousand Congregational Students"
AiS in private home.
Church of Christ
R. Edward Sayles, Minister.
a-Old Town canoe. Stor-
for the year. Excellent
. William Dober, Y. W. C.
H. R. Chapman, Minister of Students.
10:30-"UNION WITH CHRIST."
409 South Division St.
12:00-"Father" Iden of the Ann Arbor Bible Chair conducts a
summer class at the Guild House, opposite the church.
This class invites the attendance of all interested people.
TED-Young man as real estate
s manager on commission bas-
Must have had some sales ex-
ence. Also salesmen for sub
sion work during the summer.
rences required. For particu-
inquire Robert D. Heitsch,
-Brown lieather bill fold coll-
ing papers valuable to owner
'. 2107 Washtenaw. Phone 8117.1
I. sorority pin. Name on back.
ne University 148-M.
-An Elgin wrist watch, gold
on band. Reward. Call 8443.
6:00-Young People's Gathering in church parlors. Jay Stillwell
will lead. Mary Ann McRoberts, assistant leader. Topic:
, "What I like about my home community and church."
10:30 A. M.-Regular morning
services. Sermon: "Chris-
The reading room, 608 First
National Bank building, is open
daily (rom 12-5 o'clock, except
Sunday and legal holidays.
10:45-Service of worship. Sermon by Mr. Jump. Spiritual parab
from recent novels: Sedgwick's "THE LITTLE FREN
12:00-Open Forum. Kenneth Chang of China will speak on "T
FAR EAST TODAY."
5:30-Student Supper and Fireside Chat. . "QUESTIONS ABOI
8:00-Motion picture service. Douglas Fairbanks Jr. In a RichE
Harding Davis story: "STEPHEN STEPS OUT."
OPEN HOUSE with Tea and Dance 'every Wednesday afterno
4 to 6 o'clock. Church parlors.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
St Paul's Lutheran
THE UNITARIAN CHU
Corner Catherine and Division Sts.
Henry Lewis, Rector
H. L. Lonsdalfe, Assistant
Lucia Boynton, Parish Secretary
Third Sunday After Trinity
M.-Morning prayer and sermon by the Rector.
Corner State and Huron
Sidney S. Robins, Minister
Third and Huron
9:00 A, M.-Sunday
School and Bible
10:00 A. M.-Service con-
ducted in English.
"RELIGION AND ETHICS
A sermon in the series on "Culture and R
old Wahl Eversharp
return to 1020 South
"The Church Without a Creed"
Reading Room Library
Open Dily, 9 A. L-5 P. 1.
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