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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JUNE

DAILY, OFFICI-AL B ULLEIT I N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received a.t the office of bhe Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

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F. M. Dancing. Admission will be by treasurer's wrdcei . itas UEEGPIN TEM
Physics 210s-Atonic Structure: rfliI
The lectures will be given at 7 A. Al. Tuesdays, %V(dnesdays, Thursdays. EI ~lI
1E. F. Barker.

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WEDNlESI)AY, JUNE ?7, 1928

Number 4

Summer Sesslou Faculty :
Blanks for Class Lists are being; distributed by the University mes-
senger and should be in the. mail boxes today. Kindly report all failures

Archiltecture 1-Elemnents of Iesignj
Mr. H. R. Gamble will give this course daily from 9- to 12.

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to receive ^them promptly. School Hygiene and Villal Statistics :
Edwad II kras. 1 The Course in School Health Problerns will meet in Room 21 of Water-
_ _ - ; man Gymnasium at 8 A. MV. The Course in Vital Statistics will meet in
R oom 123 West Medical Building at 10 A. M.
Excursion No. 1-Anni Arbor and Vicinity:
Summer Session students who wish toY take tbl first excursion around' W. 13. Forsythe.
Ann Arbor boulevards, residence section, the University Libraries,- and4
the Michigan Union, on Thursday, June 28, should leave their names in the NreySho ~iden
Summer Session office, Room 8, University Hall. Only by having such adI- Nreysho hlrn ewe h gso w n ieya he
vance information (bay Wednesday, June 27, 6 P. M.) can adequate automobile' or tour more children may be accommodated in the Summner Nursery school,j
tranporatin b asure. Tur ~ars TursayJun 28 at2:3 P.M.t cost;, undler the direction of Dr. Katharine B. Greene. Address applica'-
tranporatin b assred 'lourstz~rtsThusda, Jne 2, a 2:0 P M.tion's to her at the school of Education or 820' Church St. The school is byeing
from the steps of the General Library. There is no charge for this excur-hedfo 8:0AM.tnofveayawekat26.IgalSt
Sion, automobiles being furnished by citizens' of Ann Arbor.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions
History:,

Work will begin immediately onT
"The Egyptian," And# Arbor's new
residential hotel, which will be located
on the northwest corner of the inter-
section of Ann Street and Glen ave-
nue, according to an announcement
made by a representa.tive of the Met-
ropolitan Company which will own
and operate the building.
The structure will be 20 stories high!I
adjoinin~g which there will be a twol
story, fire~pro, ;f garage. The first
floor will b~e occupied by the. large
lobby xand severlal shops, while in the,
baSemeiit there will be a large night.
club and various other entertainment
facilities. On the mezzanine floor the

LANSING, June, 26. - Michigani
counties this week will receive $2,-
00J0,000 more of the state 'weight tax
funds from the state highway depart-
ment. Counties previously have re-
ceived $2,000,000 of the $6,000,000
available from the tax.
Apportionment by counties of the
secondI $2,000,000 includes Washtenaw,
$37,316.60.,

main dining room will be located, to-
gether with a convention hall, a Large
lounge, Land offices. The second floor
is to be devoted to private dimdng
rooms, sample rooms, and several
suites of doctor's offices with labora-
tories and waiting rooms in connee-
tion. The third to sixt0h floors In-
clusive will contain rooms for tran-
sient guests, ill with private baths..

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kicursion \ot 2"-Plant of the Ford Motor Company:
Due to recently changed operating conditions, Excursion Number 2 to
the Plant of the Ford Motor Comparny will be conducted in conjunction withi
Excursion No. 4, July 11.
Carlton W~ells, Director of Excursionus.
Excursion No. 3--Niagara Falls:
All those who contemplate going on the excursion to Niagara Falls are
urged to register as soon as possible with Professor R. C. Hussey, in Room
3051 Natural Science Building. The party will leave Detroit by boat Friday
evening, July 6, and return to Ann Arbdr early Mondiiy morning, July 9.
.The trip can be made for $25.
R. C. liussey.
Specla l Lectures :
Dr. Cornelius U. Ariens Kappers,. director of the Central Institute for
Brain Research, Amsterdam, Holland, will, give two special lectures, open to
all interested, as follows: Thursday, June 28, 3 P. M., Neurobiotaxis;
PridaTy, June 29, 3 P. M., Evolution of the Cerebral Cortex. These lectures
will be given in Room 2501 New Medical Building.
Geneal Reception:.
All students are cordially invited to .attend the informal reception to
be ;given by the ;faculty in Barbour Gymnasium Friday, June 29, $;:30 to 11

Course 225-Seminary in tihe Great Periodl of the M~iddle Ages. This
course may be elected by graduate students wishing to do, research in Medi-
evval History.
Edgar 11. McNeal. '
1l'omen's Education Club:
The first tneeting of the Women's Education Club will be heldl at the
Pi Beta Phi House, 836 Tappan Road, Wednesday, June 27,' at 7:00 P, . 1
All women on the campus, interestedl in the teaching profession, !,,re :or~-
dially invited to be present.
Cleo Murtlandt.
'uhiierslty Mlinand Women:
A beginners' cliass in Social Dancing will be held in-Blarbour Gymnasium
Tuesday and Thursday, from 7 to 8 P. MV. Six lessons for $1.50. Music,
th~ree-piece orchestra. Classes begin. June 26th.
Ethel 3lcCoriicJ.
To All Men Summer School Students :
All men wishing to compete in Summer Intramural Sports will please
sign up in Ropin 6 of Waterman Gymnasium at once. Sunmmer Intramural!
Sports wil be hand-ball, tennis, golf, horse-shoes, squash racquets, swim-
m-ing, track and playground ball. No entrtance fee or charge for partici-1
p'ationI. 'All entries must be in before Saturday, June 30th, and tourna- I
inent play in all sports will begin Monday, July 2nd.

SPECIAL SALE
16-foot open gunwale genuine
~'ldTown Canoes"
$ 4
SAUNDERS CANOE LIVERY
HIuron Rier at Foot of Cedar

' ' Su p p l ie s f~o r S u m m e r S tu d e n zt s in A ll C pll e g e s
E+verything in supplies that you need for the summer 'session.
.Notebook' paper, typewriter paper, ink, fountain .pen's. No matter,
1111 so 1T11 UNIVERSITY 'PHONE 4744

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t Typewriters
of all makes
,Sold, rented, exchanged, cleaned and repaired.
Special prices to teachers on machine sales.
0. D. MORRILL,
. 17 Nickels Arcade.

Michigan Jewelry
ALARM CLOCKS
FOUNTAIN PENS NOVELTIES
Gruen Watch Agency
HALLER'S
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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the Qmen

"Ann Arbor's Original Sandw~ich and Coffee Slop".

INS~ SO. UNIVETSITY

Opposite Engineering Arch

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imeajer:. C. Sin) & Coron~aTyp~ewriters, 1110.
,stIb~lied 1908.

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LA ST1' 1!M ES TON IGHT

STARTING rODAY
s Masterpiece of Fiction!
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NOCRMA SHEARER
In the screen version of
SIR ARTHUR WING PINEHRO'S
"1TRELA wINEV OF THE W'ELLS"
"THE ACTRESS",

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The Den anticipates with pleasure.
serving its many friends and new-
corners, on the campus and extends
a cordial welcome to all.

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Picnic Lunch Service

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VIRGIN IAi
PEARUSO V

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~JUNE
C OLLYER

-Stage-, Mermaid Comedy
MAYS, BURT & a"TITAAN
FINN ' "TITAAN
"T~he Three Jesters" KINOGRAiMS
Karl Wiederhmold and Michigan Orchestra-
W. A. WARNER

LARRY
KENT

AND) ALL
STAR CAST

Mlatinees Daily
2:00-3:30
iles 10c, 30c, 40c

Nights
7:15-9:00
Prices lZc-40

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Comedy Spotlight ;:0{-3:)3 -10 :4-54c
N ms, Locals, Topics 7 z:00 X-10i:3-40

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Coming Thursday THE GARD)EN OF MELJODY
"A 1100et. of M iislc, Song and Dance"

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MICHIGAN

UNION

CAFETERIA

Salads a- Specialty

UHours:

7m,24,

5m-7:30

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Service and Quality

The University oJ Mihigarx Presents The ROCKFrORD PLAYERS
IN THEIR 3rd SUMMER SEASON

Tonight at 8:15--Sarah Caswell Angel Fall

£L~USS U -

I"The best company be-
tween two coasts. The pro-
duction justified this super-
lative praise. "-The Michi-
gan Daily.

" THE.

LETTER"

Nights, 75 cents and $1. ,
Friday and Saturda ma.
nlees, all seats 50c. Ticke
at State Street bookstor
and the door.

Somerset Maugham's Thrilling Melodrama-Friday MATINEE ONLY at 3:030!1

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