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2HICAN D!

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DAlLY OFIALBULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
:he University. Copy received at 'the office of the Summer Session
ntil 3:30 p., in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday).
Voume T SUNDAY, JULY ,121, 1925.Number 200
ill Rienbers of the Summer Session:
Your cooperation in helping to keep thle Campus free from unsightly
r is requested. Please throw~ discarded newspapers in the receptacles
Tided for waste paper. Your help ink keeping the Campus attractive
be appreciated by every member of the University.
Shirley W.. Smith, Secretary.
Whiom It May Conceern :
No person on vacation~ with pay on any University payroll may be em-
d durin~g the period of vacation, with p~ay on any other University pay-
By order of the Regents,"
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
n.E ffinger's Consultation Hours:
My last consultation hours before leaving for my summer vacation,
be from 3 to 12 on Monday,, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and
ay, of the week beginning July 13th.
John R. Effin~er.
rs Courses In American Colleges and Universities:
k. recent bulletin issued by the National Research Council on honors
ses in American Colleges and Universities as revised by President
dotte of Swarthmore College contains matters of interest to members
e summer session faculty and sclool. officers, superintendents and
,iples who may be registered for work in the summer session. Copies
is bulletin may be obtained on _application to the Dean's office.
John R. Effinger. I
ersity Women:
there will be a picnic at Whitmnore Lake Wednesday, July 15, for all
en of the Summer, Session. University trucks will start from Barbour
nasiumi at~ 5 o'clock. One hundred can be accomodated. The first

hundred to sign in the Office of the Dean of Women and pay 25 cents for
supper will form the picnic.
Lillian W1etzel, President, Women's League.
To the Members of the Summer Session Faculty:
-The Dictaphone Station, located in 101 South Wing, University Hall, ds
established for the use of all faculty members. All work which is of purely
University character, such as 'correspondence, lecture notes, lecture topics,
etc., is 'done gratis. Dictation, if brief, may be given directly to a stenog-
rapher. Give the station a trial.
E. Whitchurch, Mead of Dictaphone Station.
Graduate and Research Students in Physics, and their wives, ,are in-
vited to a "seance" ,and reception in the Physics Laboratory, on Wednesday
evening, Juyy 15th, at eight- o'clock. The laboratories and research rooms
will be open for 'inspection during the evening.{
H. M. Randall.
Women's Educational Club:
Mrs. Herbert S. Mallory of the social service department of -the psycho-"
pathic hospital will address this 'organization on Monday, July 13 at 7:15
I o'clock at the Pi Beta Phi house, 836 Tappan. This invitation includes all
women who are interested.
President, Woman's _Educational Club.
TO the Proprietors of Men's Rooming Houses:
All householders who rent rooms to men students are urgently re-
quested to list their rooms in the office of the Dean of Students.
' Lists of rooms for the ensuing session are now being prepared so that
they may be available for the -use of prospective students this month. All
householders are urged to cooperate by notifying this office immediately so
that their rooms may be on the lists.
J. A. lBursley.

...Star ....- BONSTELLE ..sihs..7c.
TOICORO PLA HOUSEMatinee,
TOMOROW LAYH USE Tues., Thurs.
* (Mton. July 13) "Delroit's 0kmn" SOc and 7
(( Woodward at Eiot--Glen. 9792. Downtown Ticket Office at Gri
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
In a Comtedy of Life by PILIP BARRY
(Author of "You and I")
"~TliEYOUNGEST"
As Produced. Under the Direction of Robert Milton
"A quarter of an ;ltifr's applause at thtat clean and goi
comiedy.'-New York Tines.
--ALSO-
"A AN CE IVERT1SSEMEN\IT'
? By Victoria Cassan, Assisted by Thayer Roberts,
e Dorothy Richey and Dorothy Coulter
'M Curtain rises on the Dance Divertissement at 8:10 Night
and 2:18'Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Matinees

s

Tonight, 8:20. Night ~ sOc to $2
91st PERFORM. L UFf Pop. Mat. Wed,
T(sun., July 12th)}1 50cSa;tto $IM5
Sat. at. 5c to y~
IRISH-HEBREW eMIRTHQUAKE
The IMiracle of the American 'Stage!
- ANNE NICHOLS' LAUGHING SUCCESS
- IRISHliti
II!SeisROISE"WO
The Universal Favorite
.:. SeatsNow on .Sale for This and Next Week

S. C. A. Seeksf' Funds 1 rant such expenditures. .
IOne hundred gallon~s of oil were
F or Sun mer Campl pouredi on the marshes during the,
mosquito breeding season, and this

i

(Continued fromn Page Three
noyance that it was locided to con-'
truct the dining pavilion which is now~
in use. Other more permanent struc-
tures will be erected as funds war-

year the
theretofore
are almost

mosquitoes, which have
caused much: displeaure,
It entirely exterminated.

BUY A TAG WEDNESDAY.

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BUY A TAIL WEDNESI
CL4 SSIFII
DVER TISJ
LOS'
0)0 REWARD-For finding
allet containing $90.00. '
ecretary's office. Bus nes
oward M. Fish.
T--Black leather secretar
)lie, 2 large and 4 small
uitable reward. C. A.
hone, 7010.
EJTA PHI ALPH~A sorority
irn to 525 Benjamin or cal]
3T- Black Schaefferl
)untain pen. Valuedspa7
r sentimental reasons.
all at 912 Monroe, or ph
741. Blen Silberstein.
WA.1TEI)
,1 SCHOOL girl desires o
y to work for roomi and
Ivate home. Call 6853, aft

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WNGI
.'.pigskin
leturn to
ss card,
ry's port-
pockets.
Mertz,
tPinl.Re
E1 8443.
life' time
.rticularly 1
Re ward.
[one dial
)Pportu n-
board in
ternoons.
or, street
d~joing.~
dI during
aw.
dence on
A St., or
Iwife
arrange
hiome as
Phone
rgohal
15.
n. 537
I return
Leaving
daily..:I
Adsf

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BOOKS....

New and -ocond-Hand ext Books
Acomplet line Oschool supplies

VVACHLIXL2 BOOK STORE

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IT'S ALWAYS COOL AND
I1 . .L I L

NOW
Showing
at the

COMFORTABLE

Shows
at
2:00.3:45
7:30-9:00

FOR RENT

DR RENT-room on Ist floo
separate entrance, bath a(
Suita~bl e for lady employed
day. Apply 1233 Washtena
URGE roomi in private resd
Second St, Call 537 Secone
phone 9135.
LGULTY Memnber-man and
or Upperclassmen-We will
lyving quarters in private::
you desire. Ideal location.
184.
BUR ROOM Aapartment--lar
nd bath-Campus location,
eat. Rent $55. Phone 751
IR RENT-Rooms for mrej
LUM St.
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COOLER HERE THAN ANYWHERE-
S tarling Ia
Today
He won a~ .bet he would marry hern
1 ~within twenty-four hours-andy she- Was
a, PERFECT stranger!
THE FUNNIEST FARCE 'FOR FUN
DLP" ZUOR
L~S . IASKY
~witI
1*
~IS motto was : If gambling interferes with marriage,
~ H give up marriage.
SAnd when his wife gives HIM up and gets, another husband
"--the fun begins ! And never ends till the' final fade-ou.
SCOME AND GRIN TILL. YOU GROAN!
IMACK SENNETT NEW AESOP
1Comedy . FABLJE CARTOON
"LION'S WHISKERS OTHERS
L etr JAMES & ADAMS Show

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Gr;
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When the madh urge
sends an erring
yputh, home to- rob
his mother of faith-
One of the greatest
moments you've ever
lived through.

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-To Island Lake anc
to Whitmore $.75.]
ion at 7and 9P. M.c

v .r...u./V1i .:JACK PICKFORD, HOBART BOSWiORTH and CHARLES MURRAY
ewH.C itwrsPaeaes/oia

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Present

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"MISS LULU BETT"

Dy Zona Gale,

"AN'TIGONE"
21y Sophocles
FRIDAY, July 17

""FASHION"
Dy Anna Cora frlowatt

THURSDAY, July 16

SATURDAY, July 18

In UN 1IVERSITY HALL at 8:15. Admrission to each performance,

CO and 75 cents.

TWickets on sale

inning Monday, July, 13, at Graham's Slater's, and Wahr's.

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