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July 10, 1925 - Image 4

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LY OFFIC IAL BU LLET IN
on in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
ersity. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
0 p. m. (11;30 a. m. Saturday).
P FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1925 Number 198
:roit News Building, including the WWJ broadcasting station,
>matic machine switching office of the Michigan Bell Telephone
or'the City of Detroit), will be visited Saturday, July 11. The
the Packard and State Street Station at 8 A.M. Luncheon will
n the Cafeteria of the Bell Telephone Company. Total cost
Names should be left in Room 8, University Hall, by Friday

LNDSCAPE WORK TO BE
COMPLETED AT HOSPITAL
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According to a report given out
yesterday by Mr. H. B. MacNarmee,
grounds foreman of the campus, the
grading and landscape work in pro-1
gress around the new University hos-
pital and Observatory will be entirely
completed within the next ten days.
The work now being done around the
hospital consists of the curbing and
paving of the courts, the landscaping
of the grounds immediately bordering
on the "new building, and the planting
of shrubs and grass in this area.
Owing to the poor grade of the soil
around the hospital, and in as much
as the expense of bringing in rich
ground would be too great, it was de-
cided to plant only the ground close-
ly bordering the hospital, and to sow
I buckwheat, rye, and -clover for the
next two years in the area farther

from the building, thus enriching the
ground to such an extent that a lawn
can be made.
A steam shovel is at work on the
north side of the Observatory cut-
ting down the high bank there to the
level of East Ann street which is be-
ing paved. The grounds around the
Obesrvatory will be terraced as soon
as possible, and a side-walk put in
on the south side of Ann street.
Organized Hike
Taken By Women
With Myra Finsterwald, '28, presi-
dent of the W. A. A., as leader, the
first organized hike of the Summer
session left Barbour gymnasium at 3
o'clock Tuesday.
Owing to the threatening weather,
only a small group of women turned
out. The hikers walked to Ypsilanti
and after dinner there, made the re-
turn journey on foot.

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Dancing Every.
EXCEPT SUNDAY

Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions

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ent in the College of Engineering will be allowed to drop any
.out record after three weeks of summer school (July 11). The
i the Daily of July 3 does not apply to the College of Engineer-

ONE OF THE BEST

This dance pavilion is one of the largest an finest

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

WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN
Forty-five Minutes Drive from Ann Ar

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embers, Phi Delta Kappa:
e will be a short business'meeting of the active members of the
a Kappa Fraternity in Tappan Hall on Friday (July 10) at- 7:00

Walter 0. Shriner, President.

TDA

is Excursion:
cial car for the Niagara Falls excursion will leave the corner of
dl State streets promptly at 3:10 this afternoon. The Greater
leave the D. and C. docks at the foot of Third street, Detroit,
5:30 in the afternoon.
Ernest Rice Smith, Director of the excursion.

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FOR YOUR
NOONDAY LUNCH
A wide variety of Choice Foods
expertly prepared-
Soups - Salads - Sandwiches
Waffles - Hot Specials
Our prices are reasonable.
The Arbor
Fountain
313 South State

Threatens
rike Of Miners

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COMMENCE FIRHST ROUND
'IN TENNIS TOURNAMENT1

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Entrants in the summer tennis tour-
nament have started the first round
play. In the first match reported
Shawley won from Durant, 6-1, 6-1.
This round must be completed by:
next Tuesday night,. all players not
reporting by this time losing by de-
fault.
Several summer students of excep-
tional ability have entered, and the
race for the singles championship
promises to be hard fought. P. H.
Scott and K. G.' Moore, two of the
strongest entrants, meet in the first
round. Moore is one of the men
doped for the finals.
Fred Sanchez, grad., a former Var-
sity player, is conceded a good chance
to win, while Paul Sidwell, at one
( time tennis coach at Purdue, is also
expected to put out a number of men.
S. A. Fernandez, G. D. Rosales, and J.
D. Goldsmith are considered prospects
for the title as well. It is planned to
complete the tournament the first
week in August.

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A Girl They Loved to Kss
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E. Mason Hopper.
Arlan, T. Roy Barnes,
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wide strike is threatened
Lewis, president United
ers, if operators attempt
ages. He accuses John D.
Jr., Andrew Mellon and
Schwab of being conspir-
plot to lower miners'

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WAGENER GIVES
iSONS ON NUTRITION
the auspices of the American
ss and the Oklahoma State de-
t of Vocational education,,
ry F. Waggener, Itinerant Nu-
t attached to the mid-western
office of the American Red l
as just completed a course for
ethe enlisted men.
ssons opened with a talk on
et of right and wrong foods
e diet. One lesson was given
foods we should not eat andf
hild feedingwas gone into and
.ggener also showed the worn-
to plan meals and gave ad-
proper budgeting.
ed Cross has long been call-
heart of the Army and Navy
is significant that the Army
turned to it for nutrition ad-
lie recent six weeks' program
hi the hearty co-operation of
e at Fort Still, Okla.
azoo, July 9.-Five days aft-
started hiking from New York
ss 'Judith Hgra and her sis-!
. Ernestine Emerson, arrived'
mazoo Tuesday.
STAFF NOTICEI

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