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PACE FOUR,

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JU XE 29, 1929

PAGE FOUR THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1929

D AILY OF FI CIAL BULLETI N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. (11:30 a.
m. Saturday).
Volume IX SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1929 No. 6

Dockman Saves
From River

Cat
Depths

Screen Reflections H
"THE LEATHERNECK" ) sacharine war picture with very
At The Michigan little war in it. True Heaven is
For- the last half of the week the just another one of these heroic

Barton Hills Golfers
jWin From Washtenaw
Barton Hills golfers handed their
arch enemies from the Washtenaw
Country club a neat trimming in a
dual match played over the Bar-

Butterfield interests are offering a struggle cinemas which allows the ton links Wednesday. The decision

Colleges of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Changes of Elections:
Changes of elections made this week require only the signatures
of the instructo s whose courses are being elected. Beginning Monday,
July 1, all changes must have the signature of the instructor whose
course is being dropped and the signature of the instructor whose
course is being elected, and must then be approved by Dean Effinger,
room 1210, Angell Hall.
No new courses may be elected after the end of the second week
of classes, July G, and no courses may be dropped without E grade
after the end of the fourth week of classes, July 20.
Florence Mohr, Recorder
Bureau of Appointments:
Summer Session students desiring to enroll with the Bureau of
Appointments, and students who wish to re-enroll, may do so Monday,
Tuesday, and Wednesday, July 1, 2, and 3, between the hours of 9
and 12 and 2 and 4, room 102, Tappan Hall.
Helen R. Shambaugh, Secretary
Student Directory:
All students who have changed addresses since registration please
send name and address to the undersigned at R. R. No. 3, Grand Rapids,
Michigan.
James K. Cavanaugh
School of Education-Changes of Elections:
Necessary changes of elections may be made today, June 29, in
the Recorder's Office, room 105, Tappan Hall.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder
To All Men Students of the Summer Session:
All men wishing to compete in summer intramural sports will
please sign up on bulletin board of Int amural Sports Building at
once. Summer intramural sports will be hand-ball, tennis, golf, horse-
shoes, squash racquets, swimming, and playground ball. No entrance
fee or charge for participation. All entries must be in before Saturday,
June 29, and tournament play in all sports will begin Monday, July
1. Intramural Spo ts Building open daily from 9 a. m. to 9:30 p. m.
Paul R. Washke
School of Education:
It has been found necessary to omit the Guidance Cenference which
has been scheduled for Monday afternoon, July 1.
Thomas Diamond
The C Michigan League
227 South Ingalls Street

rip-snorting picture of adventure heroine to send her lover to his
among the Marine corps on the! death so that in the last few min-

under the Nassau system of scor-
ing was 80 1-2 to 63 1-2 in favor

far side of Russia and China. The utes of the story he can be drama- of the local contingent.
plot is melodrama, honestly handl- tically saved by a provident Ar- Chris Mack, of Barton
ed and thoroughly exciting. Wil- mistice. remarkable golf, turnin
Iam Boyd as the third musketeer is an . of 76, just four strokes
of a gang that began in the em- T) o win his match from
broglio of the Great War does a Mo.,an playing a beautiful German
"Student-Prince" act in revolution- spy opposite George O'Brien's very rV, Washtenaw star.
torn Russia and then deserts from English spy role. She does her Each club was represe
H. Q. in Tien Tsin to search for { part much better than one is lead goiters and Barton a
his betrayed Tanya-and then the 'to expect and seems to have ma- early lead which was n
adventure begins. I tured her characterization consid-
Director Higgins tells his story erably. O'Brien, however, does the quished. The locals wo
in a sequence of flash-backs from better bits of acting and quite iin each of the first fc
Boyd's defense plea before Marine walks away with the show. matches.

n shot some
g in a score
over par,
Leo Whit-
enteI by 46
ssumed an
ever rlein-
n decisions
our feature

Court Martial. The result is a
tifIle (is-jointed, but told so
straightforwardly and simply, with
only an occasional title, that ther
technique becomes well justified.
Boyd "drips" a bit-imagine a,
Leatherneck being wistful at Court
Martial-but he brightens up in
-. !"the musketeer parts to make a;
All nine lives of this cat would picture that is very much worth
have been lost had not Paul Silva, .geeing.
a dock policeman at New Orleans, An all-talking comedy by Mack
contrived a scheme for saving it Sennett, too, is splendid.
from the ising river. The cat fel R. L. A.
off a boat in the harbor and lived True Heaven
on a ledge under the wharf for a The Majestic offe-ing for the
month. rest of the week is just another

In a single reel specialty "Two
Masters" Mary Eaton of "Five 0'-
clock Girl" fame does very well.
a small bit as a small stock com-
pany heroine who marries a Broad-
way actor. The film is very short
and simply done with good acting'
on the part of many members of
the legitimate stage.
C. A. A.I

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Extra Ford Trip:
To provide for students unable to secure tickets fo: the Ford excur-
sion today, an extra excursion has been scheduled for Saturday, July
13, 8 a. m. Tickets may be secured at the office of the Summer Session.
Carlton Wells, Secretary of the
Summer Session
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soothing and refreshing hampoos, facial trest.

Out of the deepest
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a m o r o u s adventures.
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Marines in China-one of the most amazing and
exciting pictures ever screened.

U. S.

Golfers Attention!
Ann Arbor Municipal Golf Course
NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC
At Island Park North of University Hosp.

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