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July 12, 1932 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1932-07-12

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1W JOSEf sKAR~tNSKI
NTlAQF,A FALLS, July 11.-(Spe-
cial) - ef ore dcescending into, the
Ca o, of the Winds Sunday morn-
ing our party of 390 Michigan stu-
denfs, under- the gu'dance_ of the
noted geologist, Prof. William Hobbs,
donned itchy flarinel shirts and
trouisers, burlap shoes, and short
hooded oilskins. After kwalking single
file for approximiaely 500 yards on
the wooden stairw y fastened to
the. rocks we finally camne to the so-
called -F=urriciane Deek",. which pis
located only 50. feet_ from, the Falls.
Following this moist experience
w~~ boarded our special open trolley
on the Amein side an~d went; 'over
the' Iternltiolndl bridlge, stopping
in the middle for a splendid view of
loth .tide Awneiican and the Cana-
We left here, in ten minutes for;
,1 nailrqad bridges. Here Professor
i ~obb explained the phenomena
y lilel causes the Niagara to change
it gently flowing river to a rag-
In trrent After Professor Hobbs
tanlfrisbed telling of the geological
hstory of the Falls through the var-
lit~s glacial periods, we left' for the
Wirlpo~ol ~where the greater part of
tegroup crossed in the cable car
Qt4e the swirling waters. At the
Niaaa Glenn inn Professor Hobbs
tfae nother 'short talk.
Prroh the Whirlpool we went to
Br s monument where a splendid
outlook i to be had over the lower
p, rt of the Gorge. We left then for.
the Lewiston bridge andz the United
Statesagain. Only two stops were
Maeo the return trip~. One ,at the
Whirlp~ool where we got, out and
t cok pictures, and another at the
midi~dle of the rapids. We passed up
seeingt h e hydra- electric plan~t
again, and the trolley deposited us
at the door of our hotel.
An hoiur and a half remained to
pa ck and sea~t supper before the bus
eft which took us to Welland, where
w~e boarded our private car bound
fop Ann Arbor anct theeampus.-
CURLEW REACHES PdiRT
NEW YORK, July I1.-(AP)-The
ketch Curlew, missing several days
arrived this morning off the Bronx-
6nia"Yacht Club, in Weir'Creek.

across the roof of the hospital. r;-

ClaISS .Will CGo Oi
Tou r of Ford Plani
Thirty-five students in th~e class of7
Prof. Charles L. Jamison, of the
School. of Business ' Admixistration,
will join the fifth University tour
to the Ford plant, which leaves the
campus at 12:45 o'clock~ tomorrow
afternoon. This. is the second, tour
to the Ford industries, and students
planning to attend 'are urged to
make reservations in the Summer
Session office as early today as pos-
sible.

Hamilton Wild'Presen,
'Voice Recital Tonight
James Hamilton, assistant profes-
sor of voice in the School of Music,'
will give a special program at 8
o'clock tonight in Hill auditorium.
He will be assisted by Maud' Okkel-
berg, ass istant professor of piano.
The public will be admitted free.
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RIPE at
MUL LISON
SADL STABLES,
OUT WEST HURON ST.
PliONE 7418

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Shortharnd, ypewriting and
' JRelateOl Subjects
Special, part time, intensive courses 'for Uni-
versity of.lMiehigan Summer Session Students.
Ann Arbor Secretarial School

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205 S. State St.'

Phone 3330

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Starting

Today and Continuing All Week

ANNUAL SUMMER

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HUDEDSO OPPORTUNITIES TO SAVE DOLLARS
F:EATU RES..
Modemn Librar~y- regular price 95c,- reduced to 57c HUNDREDS OF VOLUMES OF A FINE FICTION A
Everyrnan's Library -- 75c regular- reduced to 35c NON-FICTION STOCK AT ONETHIRD
or three volues for $1.00LAND ONE-HALF OFF

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All Stationery reduced 40 Per Cent, including a very
special offer 'of 60 sheets and 100 envelopes of fine
wri ting paper at the amazing price of 49c.
Fountain pens and pen sets at big savings.
Michigan Seals- regularly priced at $4.50- now $2.39
Letter files reduced to 39c. /Desk blotters now 4 for 25c
Laundry boxes reduced t oas low as 98c..
All felt goods and novelties at one-half and one-third off.
A $5000.00 stock of fine bindings- the highest art in
book making- at one-third off.

We boast one of the finest bookstore stocks in the State
of Michigan, and in offering this stock at these unprece-
dented low pri ces' we have created real savi ngs and hosts
of opportunities to buy at truly sale prices.,
EDUCATORS' A~TTENTION -We are offering many
opportunities to discriminating book buyers this week.
Our reference tables contain many volumes that de-
serve a place in your own oar your school library. This,
week we are adding to these tables copies of books
which have not previously been reduced in price-
$2.00, $3.00, $3.50, and up to $5.00 volumes- now
reduced to the low price of 49c per volume.

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