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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

AlLY OFF ICIAL BULLETIN
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
il 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
umeV TUESDAY JUNE 30, 1925 Number 190
sleIans on the Campus:
idents who so desire may enter the Summer School Orchestra which
at 10 o'clock on Tuesdays and Fridays in the auditorium of the
of Music.

Bryan Lays Stumbling Blocks For Scopes Defence Her Home I
Place I

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Joseph E. )Iaddy.

ummer Session Reception:
The general reception to the students of the Summer Session will be
eld this afternoon from 4 to 6 p.m. in Alumni Memorial Hall.
E. H. Kraus.
Meekly Bulletin:
All.notices for the bulletin for the week of July 6 to 11 should be left
i the Office of the Summer Session, Room 8, University Hall, before Wed-
esday noon, July 1.
omen StudeIts:
All women students enrolled in the University Summer Session, who
sire a medical examination; will. please make their' appointment at the
ealth Service during the first two weeks.
Gertrude Jones, M.D.
xcursions:
Cass Technical High School and the Hotel Statler will be visited Wed-
sday afternoon, July first. Special guides will be furnished to the party
both institutions. Party leavpes Packard and State Street station at 1
.M. Return from Detroit, leaving there for Ann Arbor at 6:50 P.M.
otal expense about $2.00.
Carlton Wells, Director of Eixcrsions.
acuity Concert: .
The second program int the series of Faculty concerts will be given
rednesday evening, July 1, .8:00 o'clock in Hill Auditorium by Marian
truble-Freeman, Violinist, and Eunice Northrup, Contralto, Accompani-
.ents will be played by Mrs. Mabel Ross, Rhead and Dwight Steere. The
eneral public is cordially invited.
Charles H. Sink, Secretary.
ummer lichlgan Daily:
Members of the Summer Session staff are entitled to receive the Sum-
ier Michigan Daily. Application blanks may be obtained in the Office of the
ummer Session.
E. H. Kraus.
Tomen Students:
All women students of the Summer school are cordially invited by the
Vomen's League to a tea upon the Terrace of Martha Cook building
'hursday afternoon from 4 to 6.
Lilian Wetzel, Prs. Women's League.
Education B158s:
The meeting place of these classes has been changed from Room 205,
'appan Hall, to Room 203, Tappan Hall.
M. S. Pittman.
Al Men and Women on Cappus:
A beginners' class in Sbcial Dancing will be held on Tuesdays and
['hursdays from 7 to 8 p.m. in Barbour Gymnasium. No credit is given
for this course, and there is no admission charge. Everyone is invited.
Ethel McCormick.

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William Jennings Bryan and his aids in the prosecution in the Scopes anti-evolution trial in Dayton,
Tenn., are busy preparing to ensnare the imposing array of legal talent assembled around the accused school
teacher. The prosecution forces are seen at conference in Dayton. Left to right: H. E. Hicks, J. G. McKen-
zie, W. %C. Haggard, Bryan, Harry M. Lawrence, S. K. Hicks.

TOKYO-YOKHAW4
IPLAN BRIVEDI

BY' APANI

Tokyo, June 29.-(By A.P.)- Thet
plan for a deep waterway canal be-
tween Tokyo and Yokohama is to bef
revived, according to the Japan Ad-E
veritser, which states that the author-c
ties of the Department of Home At- l
fairs are drafting a bill for present- {
ation to the Diet at its next session
for the appropriation of 20,000,000
yen to be used in completing the pro-
ject. It is expected the work will
require four years.
The plan for the canal was ad-
vocated several years ago because of'.
the constantly expanding traffic be-I
tween the port and the captial and be-
cause the transportation by water as
i exists has been regarded as par-
ticularly inadequate of late years.Ap-
proximately 80 per cent of the mer-
chandise landed at Yokohama from
foreign and othre Japanese ports must
be transhipped for Toyko, and about
the same percentage of the cargo con-
signed to Tokyo by train has to be
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forwarded to Yokohama. Of all the
freight thus exchanged, !only 10 per
cent can be transported by train
For the purpose of transporting the
remainder by water, sailboats and
lighters have been operated between
the two points, but the constant de-
lays and the damage frequently suf-
fered in following the present crowd-
ed water routes render the traffic un-
satisfactory to the shipper, it is said.
In addition, the freight rates are out
of proportion to the distance and the'
costs of the commodities thus ex-

changed have been advanced accord-
ingly, it is claimed.
LAORMCENSUREL LOST IN
HOUSE OFDOMONS VOlTE
London, June 29.- (By A.P.)- A
motion of censure moved by Ramsayl

Mrs. Fred Etchen, above, of
vile, Klan., is (he worl('s ch
woman rifle shot. She won th
in the Olympic games last ye
is now actively defending it.
down in the House of Commo
night by a vote of 373 to 143.
The motmon declared that th
ernmnt, "After a lengthy pe
industrial depression and co
ed by an alarming growth in tb
her of unemployed has failed
measures to deal with a situa
unm)reoeednted gravity."
Premier Baldwin in a long
argued that except in the coa
and steel, shipbuilding and en
l industries, which were more a

MacDonald, the labor leader, against than others, unemployment
the government for failure to solve much greater than a year a
the unemployment problem was voted labor was in office.

BOOKS....

New and Second-Hand TxBoc
A complete line of school SUppi

omobile Parking. on Campus:
The parking of automobiles upon the campus is of necessity restricted
nembers of the Faculty, University officials, and employees. Only such
s as carry parking tags attached to the license plates will be allowed
ark upon the campus.,
Tags will be issued to those eligible, at the Office of the Secretary of
University.
By order of the Regents.

,WTVA HR'S

UNIVERSE]
BOOKSTOI

p __________ _____________

Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Smoking In University Buildings:
The following 'rule expressly adopted by th'e Regents applies to all
University buildings including the Hospital.
Smoking except in private offices, private, laboratories or authorized
smoking rooms is expressly prohibited.

Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
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