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July 08, 1925 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1925-07-08

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
Choosing An Official Stenog For Scopes

ILY OFFICIAL, BULLET IN
ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
niversity. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
e V WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1925 Number 196
Detroit News Building] including the WWJ broadcasting station,
itomatic machine switching office of the Michigan State Telephone
(for the City of Detroit), will be visited Saturday, July 11. The
es the Packard and State Street Station at 8 A.M. Luncheon will
in the Cafeteria of the Bell Telephone Company. Total cost
50. Names should be left in Room 8, University Hall, by Friday

Dr. Carl E. Buck of the
of public health, Detroit,
Dr. H. S. Cummings, surge
of the United State public)b
ice who was to speak a
Thursday night in Natur
auditorium. Dr. Buck wi
"School Health Problems.
Lisbon, July 7.-A boat
15 men who had taken pa:
race on the Tagus river,
overturned Sunday and-six
were drowned.

Carlton ,Wells, Director of Excursions.

ulet n:
notices for the Weekly Bulletin for the week of July 13 to 18
left in the Office of the Summer Session, Room 8, University Hall,
iursday noon, July 9.
E. H. Kraus.
of EngtineerIng:
tudent in the College of Engineering will be allowed to drop any
rithout record after three weeks of summer school (July 11). The
t in the Daily of July 3 does not apply to the College of Engineer-

STAFF NOTICE
The Summer Michigai
offers the members of i
both an enjoyable way of
ing surplus time and pJ
experience in journalism
more men and women ar
ed for both the e itor:
business staffs. All persc
are interested are reque
call at The Daily offices
building, Maynard stree
afternoon this week.

T. R. Running,
0. W. Boston.

Howard K. Hollister i seen examining applicants for the position of official stenographer of the Scopes
anti-evolution trial in Dayton, Tenn. Miss Ava Dubois, of New York, is the young woman being questioned.
Other aspirants are listening in. Some questions he is asking: "Name the lawyers for defense and, prosecu-
tion"; "Who will .win?"; "Why do you think so?"; "What is the chief issue of the trial?"; "What is your fav-
orite light opera?"

hird program in the series of Faculty Concerts will be given by
hristian, University Organist, Wednesday evening, July 8, at 8:00,
iditorium.
gram is as follows: .
art Overture in C major (Hollans); Song of the Basket Weaver
Sportive Fauns (Scherzo) (d'Antalffy); Traumerei (Strauss);
Andagio and Fugue in C (Bach); Improvisation (Karg-Elert);
priccio (Lemare); Nocturne (Grieg);, Toccata "Thou art the Rock"
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.

hinese Students:
are requested to attend a
in Lane Hall (July 8, 1925).

special meeting at 7:30 o'clock this
Please be there on time.
S. A. Yong, Secretary.

LOCL LUMNI OFFICIAL
ACCEPTS NEW POSITION
H. L. Senseman, director of the
Alumni catalogue office, is leaving
within a few days to accept a posi-
tion in the East.£
Mr. Senseman has been director of
the Alumni catalogue office since 1918.
Prior to that time, he taught English
and economics at the University. Be-
fore taking up his work in the East,
Mr. Senseman will deliver a series of
lectures on pedagogical subjects at
various teachers' institutes in Indiana.,
Mrs. Lunette Hadley, chief clerk of
the Alumni catalogue office for the

Hot Weather

Specials

past six years, was officially appoint-
ed yesterday to succeed Mr. Sense-
men.
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A Complete Stock

COLLEG E CROCER
516 East William Street near Maynard

The.

gent factor in the measuring of a
man's ability."
Anita Randolf, student, School of !
Education. "If D6ctor little's quali-
fications are such as we have heard
them to be, his youth enters in with
greater importance."

Linen Knickers
plain or with
overpla~id
$3.50 to $5.50
White Collar Attached
Shirts
Oxford or Broadcloth
$2.50 and $5.00

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OPEN EVEN INGS
NEW CASINO PAVILION
Dancing Every Nigh
EXCEPT SUNDAY

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uestion: Do you. think Doctor
;le's thirty-seven years of age a D A N CIN (
dicap in his new capacity as Pres-
it of the University of'"Michigan?
There asked: Tappan Hall. At the New Lake House Pavilion
he answers: J. Stanley, student,
ool of Education. "No. I think his
th commendable. An older man in WHITMORE LAKE
capacity is unable to fully insti-
his policistate supervisor o n- Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
trial education. "I do not think
too young. One can never con- A large, cool pavilion
.n a person because of his age. In
t connection, some men would be with real music and a wonderful floor.
young at seventy-five."
rof. S. A. Courtis, professor of ed-
tion. "If he has ability there is
possibilityof his being too young.
tal age takes importance over
mological age. A man matured In FW a
erience will gather in to advantage For Hot Weather
i the experiences that he has sys- Lunch
atized. If he is able at thirty- }n
n, he will be able at eighty" One of our many
bert J. Dahlgreen, student, School -
Education. "No, I do not think =
too young.. He has served in the -oswc ad ihs -
acity of President of the Univer- Sold in Ann Arbor only at
of. Maine with success. TheTos ih S d ce
ident of the United States needSdn n b a
only thirty-five years of age."
illiam B. Galloway, student, In the Arcade
ool of Eiducation, "Age should be ______________
bar; is is, by all means, a negli fi!I
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sands sink beneath the wind
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,someseek vengeance and
others forgetfulness. Come
r to the place no law can
reach and live through this
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drama of a man who was
Corner Washington, and Division robbed of the greatest love
and a South Sea wildflower
who found it for him.

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$1.25

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Symphony of Delights with
Dick as Maestro
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"As Man,
Desires"

Keith Feature
L. BARTON EVANS
Hilda Orth at the Piano
"THE SLEEPWALKER"
An Imperial Comedy

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"SOUL

Look at the boy who wanted
to compose great music-the
boy who found something In
his soul that he couldn't ex-
press-the boy who didn't
find the fire of flaming in.
spiration until he'd drained
the cup of life to the lees.

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"TURN ABOUT"
A Cameo Comedy
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