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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1928

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DAILY O F F I\CIAL B ULLETINK
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received {.t the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).C
Volume VIII SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1928 No. 36
Examination Schedule:
The examinations to be given at the close of the eight weeks session
will be conducted in strict accordance with the schedule printed on page 33
of the Announcement of the Summer Session.
Edward H. Kraus
Physics Colloquium:
Dr. Henry, A. Burton of the Bartol Research Foundation of the Frank-
lin Institute, Philadelphia, will speak on "Experimental Study of Ionization
in Certain Polar Gases," at 4:15 o'clock, Tuesday, August 7, in room 1041,
East Physics Building. All interested are cordially invited.
S. A. Goudsmit1
LIBRARY WORK IS ALWAYS CHANGING
AND VARIED, SAYS MARGARET MANNI
"Library work offers a never end- the direct work, according to Profes-
ing education," declared Prof. Mar- sor Mann. The opportunities for
garet Mann of the library science de- high positions are open more equally
partment. "Workers in this field are to men and women in library work
never through learning. They handle than in any other profession. Three
the latest things in print and are in- of the best libraries in the United
troduced to all topics through litera- States, the libraries of Cleveland,
ture. The librarian comes in con- Minneapolis, and Omaha, are direct-
tact with many people and is able to ed by women. It is noticable that a
direct the reading of the world and man who is successful in library
the individual with greater freedom work is almost inyariably supple-
than the teacher. The range of in- mented by a woman.
fluence and material is not confined "There are not enough men in Ti-
to one subject as the teacher's fre' brary work at the present time to
uently i, supply the demand. A library must
The similarity between teaching have both men and women on its
and library work is that men fill the staff to secure balance. .In cities the
executive positions and women do librarian is a city officer."
Every Day from 8a. m. to 11 p. m.
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On the Huron River at the Foot of Cedar St.
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Song Writer To Use
Movie For "Plugging"
(By Associated Press)
HOLLYWOOD, Cal., Aug. 3.-Dark
days are ahead for the song-pluggers,
those hard-working entertainers who
live by "plugging"
newly published
songs until the
' l~~istening p ub l ic
begins to buy
copies. Irving Ber-
lin's newest bal-
la :d, "Marie," in-
stead of being in-
troduced from the
vaudeville stage or'
by pluggers in
cabarets, will get
Irving Berlin its initial public
hearing via the screen.
Written as the theme song for
Vilma Banky's latest picture, Ber-
lin's tune will be kept out of the pub-s
lic ear until a singer in "The Awak-
ening" warbles it from the screen.

LIST OF SUPPLIES FOR BYRD'S ANTARCTIC JAUNT
SOUNDS LIKE INVENTORY OF COMMUNITY

GROCER 9

(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK-The man who finds it
hard to figure out the supplies to be
taken on a two-week camping trip
ought to meet Sydney Greason. He'd
get no sympathy, but he might get
some good advice.
Mr. Greason, who hails from Atlan-
ta, is the chief steward of the Byrd
expedition, and his job was to corral
enough provisions to take care of
some 60 hungry men, for a maximum,
period of two years and a half. So
he sat down and estimated the daily
ration consumption per man, multi-
plied that byt the number of days the
party might be gone and then found
he had quite a 'hoppin~g list. It reads
like this:
Ham, two tons; bacon, three tons;
beef, five tons: pork, two tons: lamb,
one ton; chicken, one ton; turkey,
600 pounds; corned, beef, two tons;

salt pork, one and a half tons; corn- low cases; five folding bathtubs;
ed shoulder, corned tongue, corned two electric washing machines; twelve
spare rib, pork sausage, two tons barrels of washing powder; table sil-
each; tinned butter, two tons; eggs, ver; thirty dozen tooth brushes; five
500 case's; powdered milk, one ton; dozen hand brushes; five dozen hair
condensed, evaporated and malted brushes; and a number of folding cots
milk, 150 cases each; cookies, 1,200 and chairs.
pounds; jams, jellies and maria
lade, one ton; flour, fifteen tons; la TYPEWRITERS
one ton, of - 2111makes, large
And here are some of the sundries and lvortable. Sales,
on Mr. Greason's list: Rentals, Service.
One ton of cooking utenslis; onel
kitchen range; 60,000 sheets of writ. 0. D. MORRILL
ing paper; 800 bed sheets; 400 pil-I17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
BOOKS
FOR
Vacation Reading
AT
The Print and Book Shop
TELEPHONE 21081 521 E. JEFFERSON ST.

Always Cool and Comfortable

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LAST TMES TODAY
CARL LARMMLEprwzfr
WILD HORSES
WILD BEAUTY
A HENRY MAC RAS PRODUCTION

artsSat.
Today Aug. 4th

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ADDED
Latest News Events

Comedy

Novelties

THE MOTlE IS THE THING!
Each year the $ motion pictures progress in the world of entertain.
ment has and is moving with lightning rapidity. This season
starting today, Aug. 4th, promises sensational and unlimited possi-
bilities for our thousands of friends and patrons who attend the
motion picture theatre. Our opening bill has a cavnival of laughs
that will please you immensely.

SUNDAY THRU WED.
"THE DESIRED WOMAN"
with IRENE, RICH

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Cleaning up on all the laughs in the world.
The irrepressible, irresistible comedy pair in a
new riot of fun. They CAPTURE A BAR-
REL OF LAUGHS.

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NOW PLAYING
WLLIAM FOX preent
DON1MAR*RY
MAD.RY A GIRL ThAT /..}
PARADES' NER CUAftMS
00 YOU PRi:ER. ONE
W140 ColvEks IER KRIEES?
W/NOS'ATWNG SUIT WGIG"4 '
9 POUNDS?
JXarried or not, youllenjoy
LOISMORANand NEIL HfhILTON
Ja J/on y BlA SZENES Senario 4y RANDALLH.FAYE
JAMES TiNLING Production
ON THE STAGE
"JERRY & HER BABY GRANDS"
In Their
"New Bits of Dream Music"
Geraldine Valliere, Directress

New - double size-and
specially shaped to give ex-
quisite, clear-cut outlines
to the lips: The five radiant
Coty shades are a subtle
glorification of nature's
colouring,nimparting soft,
fresh, satiny beauty
in a final dashing
exclamation
point of
charm.

Metrooldmwyn-Mayer
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foARST STANLEY
O0flOT4V OWAN
a AILEEN MANNING
Aesop's Fables The Eyes of the World Art and Beauty

AT DRUG AND DEPARTMENT STORES

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Poliey-2:00 & 3:30-10-30.40

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7:00 & 9:00-10.50

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The University of Michigan Presents The ROCKFORD PLAYERS 3rd nIr..Their
Today at 3:30 [D"ERS] :at 415 CCOSTUM] Sarah Caswell Angel Hall
669 Nights 75c and $1.00. Friday and
Last Performances Saturday matinees, all seats 50c.
111 I IE E IIlIEUTickets at State Street bookstores and
This Season Uuch AdolAbout the door. Box Office telephone after
Farewell to The RIokford Players

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