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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

JAILY OFFICIAL'BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
he University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
intil 3:30 p. i. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Vol'me V 'SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1925 Number 199
n Effinger's Consultation Rours:%
My last consultation hours before leaving for my summer vacation,
be from 9 to 12 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and
ay, of the week beginning July 13th.
John R. Effinger.
ors Courses in American Colleges and Universities:
A recent bulletin issued by the National Research Council on Honors
rses in American Colleges and Universities as revised by President
elotte of Swarthmore College contains matters of interest to members
he summer session faculty and school officers, superintendents and
ciples who may be registered for work in the summer session. Copies
his bulletin may be obtained on application to the Dean's office.
! John R. Effinger.

New York, July 10.-A partial solu-
tion of the building war which has
imperilled $25,000,000 in constructionI
in six leading cities was effected today
at a conference of contractors and
representatives of the Operators, 1
Plasterers, and Cement Finishers In-
ternational association.
A working agreement was solvedl
under which the plasterers will re-
turn to work pending arbitration of
the jurisdictional dispute with the
Bricklayers International which pre-
cipitated the clashes.
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UUI OI Mat5. Tuesday, Thursday
PLAYHOUSE aild Saturday. 50c-75c
Woodward at Eliot. Eves. 75C-$I.oo
Downtown Ticket Office at Grinnell's.
THIRD WEEK
The Bonstelle Co.
in Louise M. Alcott's Famous Story 1
d-e Little Women"
Meg. Joe, Be th and Amy
Brought to Lite on the Stage.

Bucharest, July 10.-The cabinet has
finally agreed to permit Rumanian re-
fineries to export fuel oil, the export
tax being provisionally fixed at the
equivalent of $5 a metric ton. Stocks
of fuel oil on hand at present appro-
ximate nearly 250,000 tons, having in-}
creased nearly 200,000 tons during the
past year.

New York, July 10.-Charles N.
Greene, veteran actor, who rose to
prominence through the "burnt cork"
minstrel shows, died in Mount Sini
hospital yesterday after a major op-
eration. He was in his 59th year and
had spent 40 years on the stage.
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day issued a bill for creation
stitute for intellectual co-c
at Paris, which former Pren
riot promised the League o1
France would undertake.
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rerslty Women:
There will be a picnic at Whitmore Lake Wednesday, July 15, f
nen of the Summer Session. University trucks will start from Pa
anasium at 5 o'clock. One hundred can be accomodated. The
dred to sign in the Office of the Dean of Women and pay 25 cen
per will form the picnic.
Lillian Wetzel, President, Women's Leagu

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o the Members of the Summer Session Faculty:
The Dictaphone Station, located in 101 South Wing, University Hall, is
stablished for the use of all faculty members. All work which is of purely
[niversity character, such as correspondence, lecture notes, lecture topics,
tc., is done gratis. Dictation, if brief, may be given directly to a stenog-
apher. Give the station a trial.
E. Whitchurch, Head of Dictaphone Station.

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News From Other Colleges

Urbana, Ill.---Students who overcit
any one course will be placed on pro-
bation, according to a ruling, made by
the council of administration, Tues-
day. Co-incident with this change,
the new rule provides also that if a,
student already on probation overcuts
a course, he will be dropped from the
university.
Madison, Wis.-An addition of 1,000
nore concrete seats in the Camp Ran-
dall stadium of the University of
Wisconsin was authorized last week
by the Board of Regents. The stad-
ium is being built in sections and
financed by profits from the gate re-
ceipts of intercollegiate' games. The
stadium at present has- a total ca-
pacity of 35,000, including the new
.concrete bleachers.
Madison, Wis.- Prof. Stephen W.
Gilman, of the course in commerce of
the University of Wisconsin, has re-
cently received the honorary degree
of LL.D. from Franklin college, In-
diana, as a recognition of his work in
business admistration and finance.
Austin, Tex. -- "Texionian Literary
Society" is the name given to a new
forensic society for men at the Uni-
versity of Texas. This is the first year
that such an organzation has been at-.
tempted during the summer. Several
men's debating and literary societies
active during the long .session will
contnue to funeton this summer, and

plans have been made for inte
debates, as well as other prog
Bloomington, Ind.- The V
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Indiana university,
for the fall opening
this week.

BEBE DANIELS' greatest
dramatic chance-and how
she takes it.
Directed by E. Mason Hopper.
Kenneth Harlan, T. Roy Barnes,
Helen Lee Worthing in the cast.

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
East Huron St. between State and Division Sts.

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First Congregational Church
"The Church of a Thousand Congregational Students"

R. Edward Sayles, Minister.
Sermon by R. Edward Sayles
Sunday Morning Sermon:

of Christ Scientist
409 South Division St.

"THE PERILS OF THE
ORDINARY MAN"

10:30 A. M.-Regular morning
Subject: "Sacrament."
11:45-Sunday School.
7:30-Wednesday, Testimony
Service."
The reading room, 608 First
National Bank building, is open
daily from 12-5 o'clock, except
Sunday and legal holidays.

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10:45--Service of Worship. Mr. Jump will preach on "THE S
TUAL PARABLE IN ARLEN'S 'THE GREEN HAT."
12:00-Open Forum. Miss Hutzel, of the Detroit Women's I
will speak on "THE NIGHT LIFE OF A GREAT C
4:00-Student Canoe Conference. Meet at the Church. Bring
supper. Subject of discussion: "QUESTIONS A]
HEAVEN AND HELL." In case of rain, meet at the c
at 5:30 as usual.
8 00--Motion picture service. Glenn Hunter and Viola Dai
"MERTON OF THE MOVIES." Paul Wilson will g
cornet solo.

6:00 P. M.-Young People's Society will meet in the church parlors.
Ted Trost will lead. Topic: "The Geneva Conference."

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CornerHill and Tappan
Kenneth B. Bowenl, Minister

9:30 A. _M.L-Bible School.
10:30 A. M.--Regular morning
service. Topic, "The Mys-
tery of Survival."
7:30 P. M.-Wednesday, Bible
Study.
SummerSchoolrstudents and
faculty members are invited
to worship with us.

St. Andrew's Episcopal C
Corner Catherine and Division Sts.$
Henry Lewis, Rector
IL L. LonsdalO,, Assistant
Lucia Boynton, Parish Secretary
INifth Sunday After Trinity.
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and sermon by the Rect

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St, Paul's Lutheran
Church
Third and West Huron Sts.
C. A. Brauer, Minister.
9:00 A. M.-Students Bible
Class.-
10:00 A. M.-Regular service,
English. Sermon:
"An Example of Faith"
5:30-7:30 P. M.-Lutheran stu-
dents and young people
meet at the personage,
420 West Liberty.

THE UNITARIAN CHUR
State Street at Huron

Sidney S. Robins, Minister

10:45

"RELIGION AND PHILOSOPH
This is the concluding service at, this church
before the summer vacation.

HARETS HALL
Corner State and Huron
Reading Room T
Open Daily, 9 A. M.-5 P. M.

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"MISS LULU BETT" "ANTIGONE" "FASHION"
By Zona Gale Iy Sophocles By Anna Cora lowatt
THURSDAY, July 16 - FRIDAY, July 17 SATURDAY, July 18

In UNIVERSITY HALL at 8:15.

Admission to each performance, 50 and 75 cents.

Tickets on sale beginning Monday, July 13, at Graham', Slater's, and Wahr's.

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