THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY. JY 193
First Obseryatory Night
Gets Large Attendance
Many students , visited the Ob-
servatork last night and witnessed
a close-up on the stars and moon
through the University telescopes.
Under the direction of Dr. Heber
Curtis, professor of astronomy and
director of the Observatory, the
students were given a thorough tour
of the building. Other groups will
visit the Observatory tonight and
Phi Delta Kappa: The regular
noon luncheon will be held Tuesday
at 12:10 at the Union. Dr. S. A.
Courtis will speak. *
Martin L. Robinson,
Summer Women Students: There
are a few opportunities for part-
time employment. Will girls who are
interested please call at the office,
of the Dean of Women?
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. gourtright,
The Intramural Golf tournament
starts today. All men entered should
call 8109 for pairings.
The -Intramural Swimming pro-
gram starts Wednesday with heats
in the 25 yard free style, at the In-
tramural pool, 3:00 p. m. Entries are
open to all men students.
Meeting on the Mooney Case:
There will! be 4 Mooney Defense
meeting at Natural Stience 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.
Wesley Hall. A Religious Educa-
tion Conference at 4 p. m. Variousl
views will be compared on the sub-
ject: "Relation of the Public School
to the Church." Dr.- Blakeman will'
lead the discussion. .Also, an exhibit1
of religious education books and ma-
Prohibition Party's Presidential Nominees
Youth Is Cooking His
Way Through College
AUBURN, Ala., July 1l.-(AP)--
Louis A. Baisden, of Andalusia, Ala.,
is literally cooking his way through
He is preparing himsel'f as a dieti-
tian, but has earned the money for
his first two years at Alabama Poly-
technic Institute by cooking meals"
for a group of fellow students.
Baisden is a student in the school'
of home economics and is majoring
in dietetics. Though he had to -work
his way, he has found time outside
his cooking and other odd jobs to
make excellent grades and averaged
above 90 on all subjects.
boulevard on the north side of the
Huron river. This spot can be found6
by walking north on State street to
the Michigan Central tracks, turn-
ing right on Fuller street until the
bridge is reached, crossing the bridge
and turning right on Wall street to
Cedar Bend drive.
The summer catalog contains a
very clear map of the city. Visitors
can easily plan a good "constitu-
tional" by referring to this map,
which is found at the end of the
St. Louis ........
Detroit 5, Boston 3.
Cleveland 9-12, Philadelphia 8-7.
New York 15, St. Louis 4.
Washington 5, Chicago 1.
AssocutOd Press Photo
William D. Upshaw, (left), of Atlanta, Ga., presidential nominee,
and Frank S. Regan of Rockford, Ill., nominated for vice president,
head the ticket of the prohibition party.
St. Louis ......
Queer Street Routings Supply
Excuses for Tardy Pedestrians
Boston 8, Chicago 2.
Pittsburgh 5, Broolklyn 3.
Only games scheduled.
Complaints against Ann Arbor's
street routings are again rife among
summer students who are inclined
toward walking' as a form of relaxa-
tion. Reports are frequently made
by visitors that they cannot find
their way home after having walked
a few blocks away from the campus
or their respective rooming house,
districts, and this summer is no ex-
ception to the rule.,
Moonlight summer nights finds
many cases of tardiness on the sign-
ing out sheets of theivarious league
houses and dormitories. The expla-'
nations are an old story to expe-
Iienced house mothers. A particu-
larly trite excuse offered seems to
be one to' the effect that the per-
sons concerned failed to remember
whether to take the road to the
right or to the left at the fork in
Another favorite offered to save
the young women involved from the
customary penalty is that one just
can't figure out how to find Wash-
tenaw avenue when he finds himself
walking rather hopelessly on Day
street when the campus chimes
sound 11 p. m.
Ann Arbor is unusually fortunate
in having so many pleasant walks
which one may enjoy in various
parts of the city. One promenade
which has always proved a favorite
with students in the University in
past years is the Cedar Bend drive
Freeman's Dining Room
One block north from Hill Auditorium.
Excellent Quality - Reasonable Prices
Lunch and Dinner . . . . . $4.50 per week
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner . .$6.00 per week
Breakfast 30c . . . . Lunch 30c . .. . Dinner 50c
Sunday Dinner . . . . . . . . . 60c
802 Packard Street
TODAY 11:30 to 1:30
Ham witl Baked Beans
Breaded Veal Cutlet
Potatoes - Cold Slaw
Fruit Salad with Potato Chips
Cake Ice Cream Banana Whip
Coffee - Milk - Punch
5:30 to 7:30
Roast Pork - Dressing
Sausage and Eggs
Roast Beef - Mushroom Sauce
Cold Plate of Cottage Cheese-
Potato, Salad, Sliced Tomatoes,
Mashed or New Creamed Parsley
Head Lettuce Salad-Peas
Butterscotch Cream Pudding
Coffee Tea Milk
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MICHIGAN REPERTORY PLAYERS
The TGheatre Guild Comedy Success.
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WELNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY
SLydia Jlendelssohn Theatre
July 20, 21, 22, 23: 'BERKELEY SQUARE"
Season Tickets at $3 for the Remaining Five Plays
'Single Admissions 75c For Reservations, Phone 6300
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the reigning sensation of
Brawy It will not be
shown at any other theatre
in Ann Arbor this season!
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METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER'S PROUDEST TRIUMPH!
Directed by Edmund Goulding from Vicki Baum's play
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SoyFien ds JAMES CAGNEY
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3 Days Only - July 14-15,16
Twice Daily, 2:30 - 8:30
-All Seats Reserved
Tickets Now Selling
Matinee 50c, 75c, $1.00 (plus tax)
Nights 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 (plus tax)
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