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THE SUMMER, MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1928

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1928
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

News From Other Colleges I

Publi.zation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members Fire in the annex to the university morning, while in the afternoon the
of the University. Copy received u.t the office of the Summer Session l hospital here caused $10,000 damage percentage ranged from 63 per cent;
recently. at 2 o'clock to 14 per cent at 4.
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
_________________________________________________________Fourteen students went on the first
Volume VIII WED)NESD)AYS AUG4UST 1, 1928 No. 33 excursion of the second term of the NORTHIWESTERN
summer school last week-end. The, At a recent meeting here Prof. H.
Confierence Gru or Wednesday: trip was to the Amana colony, aI N. Holmes of Oberlin college arguedl
Urotiflourishing experiment in community in favor of breaking (lown the resist-
Professor C. 0. Davis will discuss "The Junior High School Problem in living. ance of the undergraduate mind by
Smaller .Districts." This will be at the auditorium of the IUiversity HighI serving tea in all classes: "The stu-
Schoal at 4 o'clock. Professor Davis will show how it is possible for small ILLINOIS dent remembers more of what he dis-
communities to maintain such an organization. Tocmu ig aebe edcse vrtetaus"h elrd
on the auditorium steps during the
Arthuar B. 11ioehlniin. summer session. Words to the songs WISCONSIN
_______-- ' are thrown on a screen by lantern; Statistics announced here recently
MklaiSaeCleeSuet~slids show~ a pronounced trend toward
341eiga Stae Cllee Stdens :Plans for the third annual fresh- fraternities and dormitories and away
The Michigan State College Alumni banquet will be held at the Allenel man camp, a three-day orientation from lodging houses, 45 per cent of
Hotel today at 6 p. m. All Alumni are urged to attend. Call committee program to be held at Lake Decatur the men living in lodgings last year
for esevatinsand intended to bridge the gap be- as compared with 47 per cent the
R. S. intontween high school and college, are year before. Average rental of rooms
R~ . inonwell under way. Enrollment has been was shown to be $3.87 for single
HI. T. Swanson ,limited to 175. The freshmen will be rooms and $3.18 for double rooms.
C. M. Horn addressed by prominent faculty and Three novelty canoe races, a man
student leaders. overb~oard race, a mixed doubles race,
Oberlin "Get-together":j Final examinations in courses meet- and a canoe tilting contest, featured
Thr ilb a"e-oehr"o bri suet u' a ht og ing less than three times a week will the water carnival held last week-I
Country Club, north of Portage Lake. Meet at Angell Hall steps at 4:30 bePaonlysannhournong.sumabl
Phi Delta Kappa, honorary educa- Prsn now, peual
p M. tional fraternity, initiated 22 new, summer students, are threatened with
lI.I' . Lar'cen .members last week. Ij court action by the city street sup-j
The.teches'appointment commit- erintendent for having turned one-,
*hool of EducatLion: Tewlh be t oscuehostinswa traffic signs to point in the op-
The meeting to discuss the evidence for a Law of Biologic Growth will for only about two-thirds of the 900 posite direction before their ,concrete
be held Wednesday evening, at 7 p. in. in Room 1022, U niversity High School. students registered, according to a bases had hardened.
recent announcement.
Visiting members of the faculty sand others interested are invited to be Red lemonade livestock exhibits, IOWA
present, and other familiar adjuncts to the The fourth annual session of the
S. A. Courtin familiar county fair were featured in outdoor life institute will meet here
a Y. M. and Y. WV. C. A. mixer re- on July 31 and August 1 un4der the
U'niversity Hen and Women: cently. auspices of the botany department.
As a means of eliminating over- Geology, bird study, and use of state
There will be social dancing at Barbour Gymnasium from 7 to 8 o'clock crowding in classrooms, more after- parks are included in the studyI
Tuesday and Thursday nights of this week only. Edna Mower's orchestra 1 noon classes will be scheduled here topics.
next semester. Statistics show that
will furnish mu'sic.
Ethel )I(eCorJIiik the average utilization of available
____time was only 59 per cent; 70 per OPTICAL
Excursion No. 7: cent oftherom were in use in the~ DEPARTMENT
Lenses and Frames mrade
Michigan State Prison, Jackson, including prison industries, the cell TYPEWRITER To Order
blocks, recreation facilities, dining hall, and so forth. Party leaves in RIBBONS andOpcaPrciton
special busses at 8 a. m. Saturday, Aug. 4, in front of Angell Hall, State For All Makes Filled
street. Party arrives back in Ann Arbor about 12 o'clock. Rapid Turnover Insures Fresh Stock *
own cars should be at. the main prison office, at the head of Mechanics street, 1 7 nickels Arcade Phone 6615Sae t ewlr
Jackson, by 9:15 a. m. rin.WJN I

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TON OF CHICKEN T O FEED BYRD CREW
NEWV YORK.-Members of the antee chicken dinners for every Sun-
Byrd Antarctic expedition may be a day the party is away-is being taken,
bit homesick on holidays, but the while 600 pounds of turkey assure
commssay dparmentis oin togo( cheer on feast days. In addi-
commssay dparmentis oin totion, the cook will have 500 pounds
(:10 all it can to dispel gloom, of plum pudlding to serve on special
A ton of chicken-enough to guar-i holidays.
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for a dainty French miare into 7
the greedy hiands of the horse-
breeders. . It's absorbing, excit-
ing', different. Brimful of thrills

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NOW-ALL WEEK
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AN \ Y ARBOR HAS ACCEPTED
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ive arivihng it.
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Week Day M~atinees 35c
Nights 50c

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I ALSO "BUGS MY DEAR.,-NEWS-ART & BEAUTY
:30thi Birthdity-Commnencing-Saturday, Aug. 4th

From Sy lia Seid's Story. With
Jane 1flaxloiie And Others~
IF you think you are thrill
proof here is the test. See the
gfi, test wild horse picture
ever made.

GREATER MOVIE SEASON

Presenting

Wallace
BEERY

& Raymond
HATTON in

"Partners
in Crime"~

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The Unlverelty of Mfchigars Presets The ROCKFlORD PLAYERS 3rd sms sason
Tom orrow Night at 8:15 [ICostume Dress] Sarah Caswell AfnglHl

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No Performance
Wednesday Evening

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDY OF COMEDIES

Nights 75c and $1.00. Friday and
Saturday matinees, all. seats 50c.
Tickets at State Street bookstores and
the door. Box Office telephone after
7:00 o'clock, Dial 3282.

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