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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1928

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETi NIAL GUARDM
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received Iat the office of the Summer Session TO LEAVEFOR CAMP
until 3:30 p. M. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume VIII FRIDAY, AUGUST 3,1928No.3 Two Ann Arbor Companies Will
-___________DAYAU__T___192o 8Begin Fifteen Day Training
Excursion No. 7: Period Friday
Michigan State Prison, Jackson, including prison industries, the cellC
blocks, recreation facilities, dining hall, and so forth. Party leaves in COMPLETE PREPARATIONS
special busses at 8 a. m. Saturday, Aug. 4, in front of Angell Hall, Stats
street. Party arrives back in Ann Arbor about 12 o'clock. Ann Arbor units, Companies I and
Round trip bus tickets must be secured by Friday, August 3, 6 p. m., K of Michigan National Guard, will
in Room b, University Hall, price $1.25. Students planning to drive their entrain for Camp Grayling at 6:45
own cars should be at the main prison office, at the head of Mechanics street, Friday evening. About 110 members
Jackson, by 9:15 a. mn.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions of the local organizations are pre-
paring to leave this city for the an-
Examination Schedule: nual 15-day training period at the
The examinations to be given at the close of the eight weeks session state camp, Post Commander Char-
will be conducted in strict accordance with the schedule printed on page 33 les C. Rash announces. r
of the Announcement of the Summer Session. The men have been ordered to re-
Edward H. Kraus port at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon at
the Armory, where they will remain
MANY FEATURES WILL BE HOUSED until tune to march to the Michigan
. IN NEW WOMEN'S LEAGUE BUILDING Central station where a crowd of re-
latives and friends will congregate
In the new Women's League build- Besides the auditorium there will be to witness their departure. Special
ing which will be ready for occupancy committee rooms and club rooms in coaches will be provided for the local
next spring, there will be a large this wing. The committee and club outfits. Their train also will carry
cafeteria where meals will be served rooms will be suitable for costume the signal corps company of Ypsi-
three tines a day. During the after- making, scenery painting and small lanti.
noon tea will be served, and during rehearsals. The auditorium opens Company officers report that all
the evening refreshments will also be onto a terrace which opens directly preparations, except details, have
served. There will also be tea rooms on the walled garden. been made and both units are in
where the women may make their The women's lounge, a memorial to good candition for activities at camp.
own tea, while a delicatessen will un- Ethel Fountain Hussey who was the The 15-day program not only includes

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study the athletic plants of various
coast universities, such as Leland
Stanford, University of California,
and University of Southern Califor-
nia.

TO PICK SUCCESSOR
NEW YORK, Aug. 1.-Beacuse of the
recent abdication of the heavyweight
throne by Gene Tunney, Tex Rickard,
well known promoter, is already at
work setting up machinery to choose
a successor to Tunney.
Rickard plans to begin his elimina-
tion series to decide the champion
next month, drawing his candidates
from among such fighters as Johnny
Risko, Tom Heeney, Paulino Uzeudun,
Jack Sharkey, Knute Hatnsen, and
Phil Scott. There is a possibility that
Jack Dempsey may stage . a second
comeback to regain the crown which
Tunney took away from him two
years ago.
WILL DEFEND TITLE'
CHICAGO, Aug. 1-0. E. Barnhart,
of Chicago, will defend his national
horseshoe pitching title in the nation-
al tourney to be held at Warsaw, Ind-
iana, it has been announced here.
COACHES TAKE VACATIONS
With the ending of the University
of Michigan Summer school for

Coaches, Michigan athletics drop into
their yearly "lull before the storm"
period, for the month of August sees
no athletes in Ann Arbor and most of
the coaches are on their vacations.
Coaches E. E. Weiman leads the
other coaches when distance to be
travelled is the criterion. He leaves
early this month for the West to

Ray L. Fisher, baseball coach, will
spend the month of August at Lake
Champlain, New York, and George
Veenker, basketball mentor, will
tour Yellowstone park. Fielding H.
Yost, director of intercollegiate ath-
letics, will spend his "vacation" in
Ann Arbor supervising the comple-
tion of the New intramural sports
building.

rOPEN ALL SUMMER.
Every Day from 8 a. m. to 11 p. m.
SAUNDERS CANOE LIVERY f
On the Huron River at the Foot of Cedar St.
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doubtedly prove popular as all the
goods sold will be baked in the
League building's kitchens. The serv-;
ice rooms in the basement will prove
popular as their showers and hair
drying rooms will be installed. Hot1
and cold soft water will be placed in
these. A beauty parlor' will be located
on the first floor.
Some women may have been dis-1
appointed to learn that no pool was
being installed, but due to the fact1
that an adequate pool is planned for
the gymnasium it was thought best
to delay the building of a pool in the
League building. At some future date
the pool will be installed. It will be
used for recreational purposes only,
while the gymnasium pool will be for
instruction in swimming.
The auditorium wing of the new
building is the wing which is farthest
from being completed as the money
for this portion was only recently
secured. An anonymous gift of $50,-
000 helped to make the wing a reality.
MRS. HENDERSON
FETES PLA YERS
Wednesday night Mrs. W. D. Hen-i
derson entertained the Rockford Play-
ers at dinner at her home on Forest
Avenue to meet Dean Edward H.
Kraus of the Summer Session, and
Mrs. Kraus. Miss Edith Thomas of
the Library Extension, Mary White,
President of the Women's League nor
1928-29, and Marie Hartwig, summer
president of the League, were also
present.

first president of the Women's
League, will be located near the as-
sembly hall where the dances will be
held. The lounge for both men and
women will also be near the assem-
bly room.
The library will be a memorial to
Jessie Horton Kessler, the originator
of the Ann Arbor Map. Mrs. Kessler,
besides being an artist, was a famous
physician and had done a great deal
of research. Returning alumnae are
urged to leave a book.

military training but many athletic
events are conducted for entertain-
ment and physical development of the!
state's soldiers. Ann Arbor always
has beencwell represented in sports,
local officers say.
TYPEWRITERS
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Rentals, Service.
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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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