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SAGE Fav THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1928

'DAI LY O F FICIAL B ULLETINK
Publi..ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until-3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturday),
Volume VIII FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1925 -No. 17
Exetursiojj No. 5:
The Detroit News Building, model metropolitan newspaper plant, will
be inspected in the morning. This includes WWJ radio broadcasting sta-
tion. Lunicheon at the General Motors Building cafeteria,
The Detroit Public Library and the new Institute of Arts will be visited
in the afternoon under special guider.
The party leaves Packard and State Street Station at 8 -a. in., and
arrives back in Ann Arbor about 5:45 p. mn. Total cost, approximately $2.50.
Those planning to go please leave names in Summer Session office, Room
8, University Hall, by Friday, July 13 at 6 p. mn.
Carboun 1F.Wells
Di)rector of Excuirsions
Public iHealthx Nurses:
All students in Public Health Nursing are cordially invited to a
demonstration on Bag Technique given by Miss Milenka Herc, Educational
Director of the Detroit Visiting Nurse Association. The lecture and dem-
onstration will be at 3 P. im. today in Room 20, Waterman gymnmasiumn.

LLOYD GEORGE TRIES FARMING I AU STEPHANSON DIRECTS LITTLE
THEATER GROUP IN GRAND RAPIDS

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Coming here from two years of
brilliant productions in the Ypsilanti
Playhouse, Mr. Paul Stephanson has
become one of the most favored of
the Rockford Players here this sum-
mer. His charactezr interpretations
show such a promise for a successful
stage career, that it is surprising toE
note that his greatest interest lies noty
in the acting side of the stage, but
rather in the directing.
G My theater activities, 1)oth past and
)resent have been aimed toward di-
iecting and not the actual playing"
confesses Mr. Stephanson, "and I have
joined the Rockford Players in order
to gain this added experience along
the acting line. At present my inter-
ests are in a small theater which may,
j hope, grow into a real one, becomn-
ing- an indigenous part of a city. It
is such a theater that I have started
in Grand Rapids. It will not be sub-
sidized, but supported entirely by
,ub)scribers and the audience which
;t draws.
"IIi intend that it shall be a theater
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BEL EA?ILEHIGHRSCHOOLD A NDRO RA David Lloyd George, former prime minister of Great Britain, is shown
FEA URESBARG IN D Y P OGRAill'vwhile getting some first hand information on the agricultural situation on
By Esklmoee her charge of youthful musicians !:is farm at Churt, near London. He is demonstrating a new motor driven
Belvleshg colbn ~ with the proud air of the typicldrnliandplow and cultivator, while some of his neighbors look on.
vaded Ann Arbor yesterday to stimu- major. x '1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111113
late interest in the "Bargain Day" ai- Nor was the band without the prop- IPORT'_ABLE 2
ranged by the merchants of the city,~ prot(etion, for every where it went ITYP~EWRITERS
and spent the afternoon marching ; Vwa5 accompanied by a motorcy'ci (ooi;, j nlnUri ),
around the streets, stopping every few ; s'"t who assisted in the effectiv 11o'ial
feet to exhibit its ability to the crowds E fin('i(Jllg f traffic all along fieeewr oefpthe iflt:and (W019re41 ue Finish~es
which followed the blare of martial ~i ac.Teewr oeipte: 0 ) ~O RL
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You '11 Appreciate the Vleau ty,
Comfort and Super-Ilusic at
BLUE LANTERN
BALLROOM
Island Lake
[)ancing Nightly, Except Mondays
Sunday Matinees, 3 to G
Eriday is Gift Night. Beautiful gifts dis-
tributed among patrons
A JEAN GOLUJKETTE BALLROOM
On Grand River, T / Miles East of Brighton

r.LiLIwn LuI'IUt'3
FOR REN
Per Hour50 . 5c
Per Day ......$2.50O-
Per Weekd . $5.00~
xVery Safe and Easy to Paddle-
"AUNDER'S CAANOE LIVERYw
On the Huron River at the Foot of Cedar St.

for everyone, such an aim permitting
us to be selective as to the plays we
choose. There is to be no particular
type of play emphasized, combining
those by Thronton, Moliere and some'
of the lighter ones by Milne There
are some plays, of course, which we
keep always on hand to bring down
and open up again.
"Sometime very- soon now, I hope-
~to have a nucleus of players aout
me, who will be working entirely In
the theater, and as our season is to
open in October. I will start work up-
Pon leaving here in the fall, I have
enjoyed playing here immensely too.
In such audiences there are always
some who discriminate and I will be
glad to come back to Ann Arbor,
which I will probably do next spring
in order to do Comedy club produc-
___and to conclude" Mr. Step-
hanson added laughingly by way of
impromtu atmosphere," I might add
that I am bothered with a hacking
cough and am thinking of leaving'
soon for my ranch in New Mexico.
It is really only my great devotion
to my art that keeps me here."
ALWAYS COOL
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Today & Sat.
She would have
no*Riva,'
WON might
share the man
of her choice
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STARTING TOMlORROW

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TODAY
14 Chilling-Fun-Drama o4 Spooks and Crookr
ON TIHE STAGE
HANflq'SON SISTERS

A $5.00 Broadway review, and anl, Uways remuember that a fellow is
intimate back-stage romnice, withl never too old to lbe told lhe's wrong
Beautiful Billie starring in both. " "Iproviding the girl is pretty
Appointments ~A PP.OINTMLENT'S
PARAM1OUNT NEWS . ' PARAIMOUNT NEWF{S
"'GHOST OF FOLLY" A"G~OOFY GHIOSTS"
A Hal Roach Comedy g A(Christie Comedy
REVIEW & F"AiLES TOICIS & LIMBER LEG~S
Lucille Bellamyi, Organist.

Presenting
"A Gold en Harp A

Tunity"

COMING SUNDAY-
"THlE COHENS & KEL.LYS IN PARIS"'
AND
"Slop --Look-Listen" A Musical Revue

MICHIGjAN
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Hours:,

7-2,

5-7:30

Service and Quality

The. VUiversity of ichigdrn i~resertts The WIOCKF ORD PLoAYERS 3d $uErn eI Sesoni

Maurine Watkin's Daring Comedy "of Crime-Opening Tuesday, "March Hares"

Nights 75c and $1. All Friday and
Saturday matinees, all seats 54c.
Tickets at State Street bookstores and
the door. Box Office telephone after
7:00 o'clock, Dial 3282.

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