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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

Leaders Of Greek Revolt

,Y OFFICIAL BUL.LETIN
. in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
rsity. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1925 Number 192

DANCING

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imen Students:
The Women's League cordially invites all women students at the
iversity of Michigan to be present at a tea given upon the terrace of
rtha Cook Building. this afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Mrs. Effinger,
s. Whitney, and Miss Hamilton will receive. Elizabeth Woodward, Ruth
ins, Elizabeth Isham, Juanita Wallace, and Katherine Miller will serve.
Lillian Wetzel, President Women's League, Summer Session.
dent Employment:
The attention of students desiring employment is called to a proposition
ed in the classfied section today and signed by Miss Clappen of Detroit.
J. A. Bursley.
duate Students:
Graduate.students who have not filed an election card in the office of
Graduate School should do so by Friday of this week.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Men and Women on Campus:
A beginners' class in Social Dancing will be held on Tuesdays and
irsdays from 7 to 8 pm. in Barbour Gymnasium. No credit is given
this course, and there is no admission charge. Everyone is invited.
Ethel McCormick.

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Matinee Dance Saturday July 4th

and Sunday July 5th also

Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday
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tuckiansl:
All Kentuckians are invited to

a Fourth of July picnic. For details

Ernest Newland.

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STAFF NOTICE

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The Summer Michigan Daily
offers the members of its staff
both an enjoyable way of spend-
ing surplus, time and practical
experience in journalism. A few
more men and women are need-
ed for both the editorial and j
business staffs. All persons who {
are interested are requested to
call at The Daily offices, Press
building, Maynard street, any
afternoon this week.

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Admiral lHa'd akriaces General Pangalos
The Greek public is apparently unmoved by the latest governmental
upheavel, which has placed General Pangalos, commander of the army,
and Admiral Hadjakriacos, navy chief, in control in Athens. The ministry
of Premier Michalakopoulos has been deposed.
Trackless Train, Equipped Like
Real Brothers, Stops For Visit
America's first trackless train, en- light. The train has two separateI,
route from New York City to Los An- engines, but both engines are used j
only when crossing the mountains.
gles, stopped for a short time yester- The maximum speed possible is 401
day in Ann Arbor. miles an hour. .
The trai, bearing the label of Metro- A general publicity man repreesnt-
Goldwyn Pictures, consisted of an en- ing the Metro-Goldwyn Pictures tray-
gie, an engine cab, a pullman coach, els with the train. The crew consistsVo
and an observation platform. It is, oftwo drivers and a negro porter.
run by a gasoline engine that is made The number ;52, which is the num-
to resemble a.locomotive as closely as bher of Metro-Goldwyn pictures to be
possible. made this year, is prominently placed
The pullman coach is equipped with on the coach.
wicker chairs and three pullman seats rhe special mission of the train iMats25
which may be made up into berths. Ann Arbor was to leave the Metro-
Dining tables which fold into the seats Goldwyn picture, "The Way of a Girl," U
can be set up between .the chairs. at the Majestic theater. N.
The windows are made like those in t
a locomotive and are screened with iCanton, July 1.-The main customs
a fine mesh. i house and wharves reopened yesterday
The coach has a buffet fitted with a asarsl1fagurne etra
tas a result of a guarantee of safety Don t
decanter. A kitchen and a bath with'b hegven'
and protection given by the
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Romance in the conq
Nest, adlventure in ti
of the cattle-an and
t. osteader, and bitter ha
in the love of man ar
OTHER
FEATURES
3c - Nights 35c

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The Picture That
the Adams Theatre
at $1.00 perS

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iestion: Do you regard the
higan man" as effemisate?
here asked: In the Library.
Answers: Lillian Bronson, '27.
lardly so! They're quite masu-
harlotte Williams, '27.--"In my two
ks at Ann Arbor Ti consider the
higan man for from effeminate."
izabeth Black, '28.-"If tieing' ef-
nate consists in staring one out
ountenance because one is unfor-
te enough to be a girl, I think
r all qualify. This might well be
ed foppish, says the dictionary."
elene Hylafid, Spec. - "I .do not

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RICHARD
BARTHELMIESS

In "SOULFIRE"

Rome, July 1.-The government has
been officially advised of the occupa-
tion of Trans-Jubaland, in the Kenya
Colony of British East Agrica adjoin- 1
ing Italian Somaliland.
Read the Want Ads

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running waxer open onf the coach.
The cab is equipped with steamI
whistles, a bell, and a lomotive head-

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of the Michigan man as effem-
Some mayrol down their sox
vhy not? We girls have accept-
e masculine bob ?"
bel Laux, '26.- "Michigan men
Jnate? I should say not. What
know of them is that they are
ar he-men with worth while am-
ce Chadwick, '28. - "Michigan
are not effeminate. They are
nterested in sports, clothes, and
usiness of getting through col-
Michigan does not give a man
tunity to be a tea hound, as his

The Arbor Fountai
Drop in for your noon day Luncheon

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e time, and his thoughts are apt'
e occupied by some school tie or
udy."
braltar, July 1.-The British tank
ner Akera has rescued the crew
men of the Spanish steamer Bar-
which sank in eight minutes after
lion yith an unknown vessel.
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PLAYHOUSE and Saturday. 5oc-75c
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SECOND WEEK
The Bonstelie Co.
in Louise M. Alcott's Famous Story
Little Women"
Meg, Joe, Beth and Afy
Brought to Life on theaStage.
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Drawn by Hugh Ferriss

"Towering Masses"

ERE the new architecture expresses itself in great vig-
orous masses which climb upward into the sky with a
' pyramidal profile-gigantic, irregulararresting. An earlier,
conventional building on the near corner is overshadowed,
engulfed in towering masses of the newer building which
are prophetic of an architecture of the future which is
vividly stimulating to the imagination.
Certainly modern invention-modern engineering skill
and organization, will prove more than equal to the de-
mands of the architecture of the future.

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