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Michigan Daily, 1928-07-22

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1928

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28. At Detroit the party will take the regular Put-in-Bay boat. Four hours
fl AI I l F ~ AI P I wTiIl be spent on the island. The chief attractions on the island are the
U FlI LU [ ib L V L I fl caves and the monument to Commodore Perry. Those who wish_ to go please
_________________________________________________________ leave their names with Prof. Hussey, room 3051, Natural Science build-
Publi.ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ing.
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session B . C. Hiussey C
until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday). a_______
ToueVI UNI ,.VY22, 1928 N. j usic appreciation Lectures:'
Volue Tll U'\I)A, JLY 922N o 25Tbhrough the courtesy of the Victor Talking Machine Company, Mrs.
Students of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, the College A <gnes Winslow will give complimentary lectures on Music Appreciationj
of Fbharmacy, the St-pool of Edueatibn, and the Graduate School : j problems in Elementary and Junior High Schools, for two weeks beginning1
Except in extraordinary circumstances courses may not be droppedj July 23. The lectures will be given at 4 o'clock in the hail of the School of
with out E. Grade after July 24. Music. l l ____

Making History in the Theater
'the
Kqckf ord
laers
Present

T. E. Ranikini

P1hysiological Chenistr-yI101s
The second half of the lectures, corresponding to the work of the first'
semester of the sophomore medical year, begins on Monday, July 23, at 7
a. in., West Medical Amphitheater, West Medical Building.
r Yx R 0 T tsf

Earl V. Moore
BRITrISH BROKERS REJECT AMERICAN
PROPOSALS FOR FINANCIAL METHODS

(By Associated Press)

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11. B. Lwi LONDON, July 21-British finanicial W
Pschloy 2 lea ders have rejected for the pres- ican
The examination Monday will cover the first ten chapters in Wiggam enottiposoosastoroadcastmstckn-offt
and the chapter in Myerson, as well as the material discussed in class. ? oaiiso terie"mrcn Opel
C. 11. Oriffitts I ize" the London City Exchange. a
_________________Recent innovations in the United iTl
August Seniors-School of Education: Sae eindt pe ikrsr
All students registered in the School -,of Education who expect to corm- 1i'o from the New York Stock Ex-
peethe requirements for graduation by the end of the present Summer t ung h have aroused wiladeinTe
Session will please note the tentative list posted on the Bulletin Board of the est butnoig else in Enjln.T '
School of Education in Tappan Hall. Any person expecting a degree trombeifsfarygnalttcodinsI
do, not warrant faster installations. IR
the= School of Education, whose name does not appear 'on this list, should'Mr eehoe1r hecifne
Moee theepRecordereimmediately.ee
see he Rcorer imedatel. Iof London operators, and the latest
Office hours: 10: 30-12 A. M.; 2:30-3:30 P. M. ] oo in industrial stocks stimula ted I1
Gretchen Klrug', Recorder.(1

Sinstallation of private booths.
While arbitrage dealings in Amer-
mi railroad shares have been cut
since the wvar, there is growing
erest in certain securities which
erators on bo)th sides of the At-
itic deal in.
TYPEWRITER1
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SUPPLIES
Vor All Makc;s
1)1(1 Turnover Insures Fresh Stool;I
anid Best Quality
0. D. MORRILL
'Nickels Arcade Phone 61
WINGI

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Txeursloui to Put-In4lay:-
The excursion o~ Put-in- Hay will leave for Detroit by special interurban
from the corner of State land Packard streets at 6 a. ma., Saturday, July

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Mullison' s Saddle Stables
326 East Ann Street
If you are just beginning to take up equitation-or if you are
an experienced rider-you will find here the horse suited to
your wants.
Dial 7418

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A SAGA OF THE SEA
99n a dashing.
5syin$ ronmance/
ITAiESTI(' ADPOINTIl}YNTS .mot
TlA Bs I" Aesop'!s Pathe 1 aramon
A Sennett Comedy ~ Fables I Review I NewsT
l~oie-2 I~-3:3~ I)-2)-~. 7 :20-9 :004-10(-35-50(

DAWN

OF A

NEW DAY

IN DRAMA !

PREMERE
11 anrik Isben's Masterpiece
STHE
Accompanied by
Thomas
at the console of the wonder instrument
of the age
The ClavilIx,
painting the settings in living, moving
LIGHT
and
Prof.
tEarl V. Moore
on the
Frieze Memorial Organx
Bringing together for the first time
Dramlah.
An Opportunity That Comes Once in a
Lifetime
HILL AUDITORIUM
July 23,24,8:15
Tickets 75c (unreserved), $1.00 (reserved)
on sale now at State Street Book Stores
and Hill Aud. B~ox Office

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The Coolest Place In Town

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qpire*
a ~st

Now ! Thru Wed. Night
WILLIAM BOYD AroJuames
"THENIGHT j
FLYER"
with JOBYNO RALSTON
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COMEDIES .. NEWS :: NOVELTIES :: ORGAN
EXRA TTHURSDAY NIGHT, JULY6t
EXTRA! unney-Heeney Fight Returns

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OTHLER MICHIGAN STAGE ANI) SCREEN FEATURES

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MICHIGAN

UN11ION

Salads

CAFETERIA
4 Service and Quality

a Specialty

Hours:

7m2,

5m-7:30

TheVr~verityof ichgal Prsemts he O C~rOD PAYES 3d sm~mIr
The nivrsiy o Mihign Pesets Te RCKFRD LAYRS rd times Sas.on
Tomrorrow Night at 8:015-Hill Auditoriucm HENR IK ISBeN'

An opportunity that

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comes but once
life time.1

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Nights 75c and $1. All Friday and
Saturday matinees, all seats 5&c
Tickets at State Street bookstores -and
the door. Box Office telephone after
7:00 o'clock, Dial 3282.

A WORLD PREMIERE--LIGHT, MUSIC, DRAMA

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