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THE MICHIGAN DAILY siND

course or telephone 4480. A nominal
fee will be charged.
Ray 0. Courtright,
Golf Professional
Golf Classes for Men: To start
Tuesday, July, 12, 4:45 p. m. at the
University Golf Course. Those in-
terested should sign up at the golf
course or telephone 4480. A nominal
fee will be charged.
Ray O. Courtright,
Golf Professional
Sports Classes for Women: Short
courses four weeks in length meet-
ing two times a week in tennis, golf,
and swimming will begin on Mon-
day, July 11th. Register now in
Room 15, Barbour Gymnasium.
Meeting on the Mooney Case:
There will be a Mooney Defense
meeting at Natural Science Audito-
rium, Tuesday evening, July 12, ,at
8:00, under the auspices of the So-
cialist club and the International
Labor Defense. "Mother" Mooney
will be present. Other speakers will
be announced later.
St. Andrew's Church - Sunday
services, 8 a. in., Holy Communion;
9:30 a. in., Summer School of re-
ligion for-children; 11 a. in., kinder-
garten; 11 a. m. morning prayer and
sermon by the Rev. Duncan E.
Mann. Classes in;religion. 10 a. m.,
Harris Hall, Christian Biography,
leader, Miss Ellen Gammack; 8-p. m.,
725 Oxford road, Christian Philos-
ophy, leader, the Rev. Henry Lewis.a
Baptist Students: Sunday Noon to
12:35, in west transept of church.
Mr. Chapman will speak on "Raus-
chenbusch, Modern Prophet of So-
cial Justice." At 6:30, at Guild
House, 503 E. Huron, social hour,]
refreshments, and address by Missi
Mildred Doster, '34M.
Wesley Hal. Student Guild at
6:30 p. m. Sunday. Prof. 'Preston
Slosson will speak on "The Function
of the Educated Christian Today."
Fellowship hour will follow.
The Liberal Student's Union of the
Unitarian Church .announces t h e
first of a series of summer discus-
sions for Sunday Night, July 10, 7:30
p. m. The Subject: "Economic Plan-
ning." Refreshments andc social hour
follow the discussion. The group
will meet in the church parlors, cor-
ner State and Huron.
The Ann Arbor Kiwanis Club
meets on Mondays at 12:05 at the
Masonic temple. All Kiwanians at-
tending the Summer Session are
welcome.
Lynn Fry,
President Ann Arbor Kiwanis club.

Four Times Around World for
Eclipses I9 Curtis' Record

NOTICE

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have ,stations in New England and
Southern Canada. The shadow cast
upon the earth by the moon is only
120 miles wide and all these expedi-
tions will be within this band.
"Since the advent of photography
and modern scientific methods of
studying such phenomena," Dr. Cur-
tis pointed out, "the world has had
just about one hour to study that
mysterious appendage of the sun
called corona, which can be seen at
no other time. While eclipse will
add only a minute and a half to this
total, even this brief interval means
an addition of nearly three per cent
to that which has been done be-
fore." -
Dr. Curtis' last trip was to Suma-
tra in 1929. There, at the little na-
tive settlement of Takenlon, high
in the mountains near the northern
tip of the island, he set up the in-
struments to observe an eclipse that
lasted for almost five minutes-an
unusually long time as these thipgs
go. Among the apparatus was a
camera with, a focal length of 63
feet.
But even a fleeting cloud could
spoil the entire efforts of six
months. This time, the day of the
eclipse broke with the sky complete-
ly overhung,. The zero hour ap-
proached and there seemed little
hope that any pictures could tbe
made. Then, suddenly, there ap-
peared a rift in the clouds. It last-
ed for just a few minutes but it was
long enough to enable the men to
make all their observations.
Dr. Curtis says that he hopes to
BRIGHT SPOT
802 Packard St.
TODAY 12 to 8
Special Fifty-cent Dinners
T-Bone Steak
Fried Spring Chicken-Jelly
Roast Spring Chicken-Dressing
Forty-cent Dinners
Roast Leg of Lamb-Mint Jelly
Roast Beef--Mushrooms
Roast Pork;--Apple Sauce
included in all dinners
Chicken Noodle Soup,
Mashed or French Fried Potatoes
Cabbage and Pineapple Salad
Sliced Cucumber and Tomatoes
-Parkerhouse Rolls4
Strawberry Sundaes-Fresh
Raspberry Whip-Watermelon-Cake

make an "even dozen" trips before
he is through and he is pointing for
a "beauty" of an eclipse which" will
occur in 1937 and be visible in South
America. It will last for almost
seven minutes.

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ADVERTISING

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driving and willing to share ex-
penses, wishes transportation to
California. Call G. Hettinger 238
So. Thayer St. Ph. 3615. -0
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laundry. Called for and delivered.
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Soft water used; washing done
separate. Phone 2-3478. ---c
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. y e a r s experience. Reasonable
prices. Phone .23365. Will call for
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delivered. Phone 5291. -0
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washing, 21984. Price reasonable.
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FOR SALE-Cheap, Philco Radio,
excellent condition. Call evenings,
21778. -2
FOR SALE-Most dependable Furs
and Complete Service. Lowest
prices in Our 28 years in Ann Ar-
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E. Liberty, Phone 8507 for Fur
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A carload of telephone poles laid down a thou-
sand miles away within 36 hours after getting
the order! Rush calls of this sort must fre-
quently be handled by Western Electric, dis-
tributors for the Bell System.
But even more remarkable is the regular day
by day flow of telephone supplies. The Chicago
warehouse-one of 32 in the national system-

)f perishable food
handles 1,400 orders a day. In 1929 more than
$400,000,000 worth of equipment and materials
was delivered to the telephone companies.
Distribution on so vast a scale presents many
interesting problems to Bell System men. The
solutions they work out mean much in keep-
ing this industry in step with the times.
The opportunity is there!

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