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THE. SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1929

TMLU

Th'rty-Sixth Session
Will Begin June 24,
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sweep of land unobstructed by
dense brush or heavy forest growth
that would have to be cleared away
before successful surveying could be
done.
Courses in athletic coaching, phy-
sical education, and administration
will be given under Prof. Fielding
H. Yost, director of athletics.
Among the courses to be offered as
part of the program are hygiene,
physiology, administration of ath-
letics, first aid and training in all;
major branches of athletics and
gymnastics, given with a view to
preparing men and women to dis-
charge efficiently the duties of di-

rectors, teachers, and coaches of
physical education.
A course in public health will also
be given, and week-end courses in
education will be open to teachers
and any others who are desirous of
taking these courses.
Registration for the geology and
geography field work courses at the
University summer camp in Ken-
tucky have already been closed, as
the quota of fifteen for each de-
partment has been filled. The area
for field work is in southern Ken-
tucky, on the upper course of the
Cumberland river and immediately
southeast of the camp station, at
Mills Springs, are the Kentucky
mountains, and to the southwest
the Nashville basin. Thus, within
a small area, the region provides
a key to the study of many differ-
ent conditions.

Seniors Conduct Last
Activities Of Classes
(Continued From Page One)
a gift would be made at the first
class reunion in 1934 or at the next
one, in 1937, by the officers of the
alumni class. Subscriptions total-
ling $654 have been made to the
Michigan Alumnus, this being the
largest amount ever subscribed by
any class.
The Senior class of the Law
school held no Class Day exercises
this year, but held a banquet in-
stead on May 2, at the Union.
Similarly, the Education Seniors
gave a banquet at the Women'sI
League building on May 15.

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To Graduating Students Our Hearty Congratulations
And please remember at all times, whenever you may .be, .that we are at
your service-Your letter will be answered by returned mail-Your order
filled immediately-Will expect to hear from you.
Special price to Teachers, Preachers and Librarians.
Wahr's University Bookstore

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WANTED: Men Students for
dishiwashing for room and
board. Phone 7781Haunted
Tavern Tea Room, 417 East
Huron.

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SINGING Vitaphone Brings the TALKING
Voice of Barthelmess to the Screen
RICHARD
BARTHELMESS
in His Singing and Talking Picture
"WEARY RIVER"
With BETTY COMPSON as the underworld
girl fighting for her convict sweetheart.
Barthlemess' voice has captivated every-
one.

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Some of the finest times that you
will have at Michigan this summer
will be those spent Canoeing on the
delightful and gently flowing Huron

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The Picture That Broke All Records
Everywhere

Pathe Sound
News

"In A Chinese Bob Howland
Temple Garden at the Orgar
Shows Daily: 2:00-3:45-7:00-9:00

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Matinee Prices: 10c, 30c, 40c. Night Prices: 10c, 50c

Saunders'

Canoe

Men's for Dress

On Huron River at the foot of Cedar Street

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TODAY AND TUESDAY

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Luncheon from 11:30 to 1:30
Supper from 5:00 to 7:00
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MEN'S FANCY HOSE

25c

35c

POLICY
2:00
3:35
25c
35c
7:00
8:40
35c
50c

Added
"Habeus
Corpus"
with
Stan Laural
Sam Hardy
Glorious

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Adventure
Fables-News

He was the enemy of her people . . . she tried to hate him . . . and yet-
Peter B, Kyne brought them together in his epic novel of the California
Gold Rush. You'll be thrilled by their romance now in this fine picture version of it.

PLAY PRODUCTION

WUERTH

All This
Week

Presents

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A Personal Message-
to Michigan Men
from an Old Grad

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The Michigan Repertory Players
Directed by
CHESTER M. WALLACE AND VALENTINE B. WINDT
In a series of seven prominent plays at the
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

The First Talking Picture
Made Out of Doors
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WOMEN'S LEAGUE BUILDING

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Every Wednesday,
Evening

Thursday,
Throughout

Friday, and
the Summer

Saturday

Many of you men are interested
in the Aviation Industry. Many of
you realize that an infant industry,
growing at such a rate, offers un-
usual opportunities to men, par-
ticularly college men. To you I
have something of interest, some-
thing of value; to offer.
Some years ago, the Hugh L.
Thompson Engineering Co., started
to specialize in aeronautical engi-
neering. The experiment was a
success. Soon so much work de-
veloped that additional draftsmen,
designers, stress men and aero-
nautical engineers were needed.
They couldn't be found. We were
face to face with a big problem-
the same problem that the industry
is facing today!
This made it necessary to provide
some means of training such men

for this work-and the U. S. Air-
craft Engineering School was born,
the first school devoted exclusively
to the "brain work" of the in-
dustry in the country. Since that
time we have trained an ever in-
creasing number of men, placing
every man who has satisfactorily
completed our course, immediately
upon graduation.
The college man of today is the
aviation executive of tomorrow.
Yours is the big opportunity. If
you are interested in making your
summer vacation pay big dividends,
write me today about our Special
College Class. I would like to send
you, as well, some information
about the industry and about our
School. May I hear from you?
(Signed) HARRY DIXON, '2I

Plays Will Be Selected From the Following Group:
The Cassilis Engagement.. ... .St. John Hankin
Escape......................John Galsworthy
The Good Hope......... Herman Heijermans
Smart Alec and Amaryllis ...... Carroll Fitzhugh
Redemption .................... Leo Tolstoy
Children of the Moon........... Martin Flavin
The Show Off............ . . . .George Kelly
The Dover Road........ .........A, A. Milne
Kick In-................. . . .Willard Maek
Craig's Wife ...................George Kelly
First presentation - THE CASSILIS
ENGAGEMENT. Wednesday, Thursday,
and Saturday evenings, June 26, 27, and 29,
and a matinee on Friday, June 28. Evenings
at 8:15. Matinee 2:15.
Season Memberships $3.50
Single Admission, 75c
AlU Seats Reserved

100$
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FEATU RE
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DOROTHY BURGES PRC

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Goodrich Bldg. 23rd and Grand

Kansas City, Mo.

Season membership entitles the holder to one reserved seat
for any one night of each production, as well as other member-
ship privileges. They may be secured now by mail from the
Play Production office in University Hall.

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