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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGIAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1928

. ... ... ........ ...K-u TT au a.. . . i n I ua Nu2x T.2m

-- " 4uguist Senlors--'sch ool of E d'catioll
Al'0AI r11 I ULLIT iplonia and Teacher's fees
should be paid( before the end of the
Publivation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members Summer Session b those students
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session j who wil have completed the require-
until 3:30 p.,in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday),. inents (during this Session) for grad-.
Volume VIII TUESDAY, JULY 24, 192S No. 26 cto rmteSho fEuain
tridets ofthe Cllegef Lita-r Thesi e laus ay heecureluing
td trf h olee fi ttiire, Science, and the Arts, the Collegei fe10m atheSoo ' E-
of Pharmacy, the School of Educatim~, and the Graduate School: . cation, 105 Tappan :Sall.
Except in extraordinary circumstances courses may not be dropped 1iOffce Hours: '10:30-12 a.n.. 2::;
without E. Grade after today. ') -

T'. E. Rlankin

C'onferenice Group for Iriies(ay:
Dr. Norma D. Solve will discuss "Progressive Trendenicies in the Teach-
ing of English.' She will divide her discussion into the different phases
of the subject. Her discussion will be of special value to English teachers,
as well as supervisors of the subject.
Atthur B. )Ioeliuan
University Men and Women:
There will be social dancing in Barbour gymnasium tonight, 7 to 'S
p. m., A three piece orchestra will furnish the music.

30 ) . n1.
G retch en Rrmr,. IRecord er
The University of Michigan Club ofI
Atlanta, Ga., announces the election
of the following officers: president,
Dr. Grady Clay '1 4M, secretary-treas-
urer, Eugene Jackson.
TYPE WRITLING and
31I.EOGRA1PI1NG
A Specialty for'Twenty
Years
0. D. MORRILL
1NiJckels Atreade Plione 661.4

ARCTIC AIRMEN REACH NEW YOR
FOR TOUR OF THE UNITED STTE MSSLNITDLRB
DISASTER__OFllALIA
ROMEttl. Jiuly 231--Premier Mussolini
told the council of ministers today
- thrmita complete investigation into all
f< 0 thases of the Italia disaster would
fW' made by Italy. and that any other
:- iiopo':ed investigation would be ii-
nediatelv rejected.
..:. u cli nqiiry, the premier stressed
will nraturailly be nmade in Italy and
.". B.:> ° . 3 It allan ipersonalities. Any other
{ liypothesis is absurd and offensive and
\ imatevei it ight or wherever the
trrolposttion camne from it would be im-
nwd i tely rejected.
Meanwhile it 'hould beC recorded,
-, aidl, that the tirst to see the be-
o : gu ered group was Maj. M~ddalena,
the Italian flyer who wvent. north with
t S.7voa-Mtrchett machine.
.} The premier then p~aid trlhute tj the
brillianrt flight of Ferrarin and Del
Prete from Italy to South America
as "li-:ving exalted thei nations, right-
earns pride."

6

Ethel McCormIck

/
PI ILamda Theta:
There will be a li Lambda Theta tea for the Women's Educational Club
this afternoon from 4 to 6 at the Pi Beta Phi house, 836 'Tappan Road. j
Madelinie Bowers, Secret ary

Excursion to P ut-9In-Bay:
The excursion t0 Put-in-Bay will leave for Detroit by special interurban
from the corner of State and Packard streets at 0 a. in.. Saturday, July
28. At' Detroit the party will take the regular Put-in-Bay boat. Four hours
will be spent on the island. The chief attractions on the island are the
caves and the monument to Commodore Perry. Those who wish to go please
leave their names with Prof. Hussey, room 3051, Natural Science build-
ing.
IL1. V.Hutssey
10 Delta Kappa:
Phi Delta Kappa will hold its regular weekly luncheon today at 12 :05
in the Ladies' Dining Room at the 'Michigan Union. All members are ex-C
petted to be present. I
Iloy VV. I 'lliai , IPres idlent
Physics Colloquium :
Dr. Robert S. Muliken of New York University, will speak on "~Electronj
States of Molecules" at 4:15, Tpuesday, in room 1041, East Physics Building.
All interested are cordially invited.
S. A. Goudsinit
Teachers ('ertificates:
Blanks for the payment of the Teacher's Certificate fee may be 'se-
cured at the office of th School of Education. All students wvho are meet-
ing the requirements and expect to be recommended for the Certificate at~ the
end of the Summer Session should pay their fees and return their receipts
to the Recorder, School of Education, before the end of the Session.
Office H~ours-10:30-12 a. in., 2:30-3:30 p. in.
Gretchen Kirug, Recorder

BUD GOLDEN'S WOLERINES
Playing at
Rush mer S NUT HOUSE

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FISH BRAND SLICKERS
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Lunch 12-1

Dinner 6-7

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2:00-3:35

TODAY & TUESDAY ONLY

7:20-_ r-00

- GENUINE
rr "Old Town Canoes
Very Safe and Easy to Paddle
rSAUNDER'S CANOE LI VERY
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DAWN OF A NEW DAY IN DRAMA !

COMING WED.-LYA DE PUTTI in "BUCK PRIVATE'S"

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TODAY AND

WEDNESDAY
WILUM BOY. vD
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The Royal Flush of All
i.I Western Railroad Pictures

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HERE'S NEWS THAT IS JUST TOO 'GOOD TO
KEEP ANY LONGER
After considerable effort we have secured a picture that will
again keep Ann Arbor talking. It is decidedly different than
what we have offered our patrons in the past. A big furore
was created in Detroit while it was shown and' we sure wanted
it for the Orpheum and now we have it, coming next Sunday,
July 29th, for the entire week. It is an exceptional produc-
tion and our patrons can depend on it being well worth our
advance praise.
WATCH FOR MORE DETAIL INFORMATION
AND KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE ORPHEUM
ORPHEUM THEATRE

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-ADDED-
NEWS

COMEDIES

NOVELTIES

OTHER 21ICHIGAN S'TAGE AND) SCREEN FEATURES

EX'TRA !---THURS. NIGHT !-EXTRA!
TUNNEY-HEENEY. FIGHTbyRTURNS
Direct from the Ringside

The University of Michigan, Presents The KOCKFORD PLAYERS 3d z~x Ther-.&O
Last T'ime ''nli at 8:15-H'ill Auditorium HENRIK ISBE'S

Making History
in Theater

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Ticker:- Tc (unrserved), $1,.00 (e--
served) . On sale -at Hill Auditorium
Box Office.

A WORLD PREMIERE--LIGHT, MUSIC, DRAMA

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