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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
eign language and English required
of students planning to concentrate
in English (see p. 101 of the An-
nouncement) will be given today
from 1:15-4:00 o'clock in 2219 A.H.
L. I. Bredvold.
Candidates for the cegree of M.A.
in English: Examinations in foreign
languages will be given today from
1:15-2:00 o'clock in 2219 A.H. A
reading knowledge of French, Ger-
:xan, or Latin is required of all can-
iidates for the Master's degree.
L. I. Bredvold
Dr. L. W. Keeler wra speak on
"The Educational Program of a
State Prison," this afternoon, at 4:10
in Room 1022, University High
School.
University Symphony Orchestra:I
Rehearsals every Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday; and Thursday at 2:00
In the School of Music Auditorium.
All students in the University are
eligible to try out for orchestra.
Entries for intramural sports in
handball, tennis, squash, horseshoes,
and swimming should be made at the
intramural Sports Building by July
Prof. C. L. Meader will lecture Fri-
day, July 7th at 5 p. m. in Natural
Science Auditorium on "Tolstoy's
Teachings." This lecture which is
sponsored by the .Tolstoy League is
open to the public.
All-Campus Golf: All students in-
terested in participating in an all
campus golf tournament should turn
in qualifying score at the Club
House, University Golf Course by
July 10.
Michigan Repertory Players: "The
Romantic Young Lady," G. Martinez-
Sierra's light comedy, translated
from the Spanish, opened in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre on Wed-
nesday night. The play will be pre-
sented Wednesday, Thursday and
Saturday nights at 8:30. Please note
that there will beno Friday night
performance on account of the Uni-
versity reception.
Michigan Repertory Players, Sea-
son Tickets: In order to accomodate
those people who were unable to se-
cure season tickets during the first
week of the summer play season, the
sale will be continued this week only,
at a special reduced price. The sea-
son ticket coupon books formerly
priced at $3.50 are now on sale at
$3.00. These season tickets will en-
title the holder to reserved seats in
the 75 cent seat section for each of
,he remaining seven plays. No fur-

ther opportunity to secure season
tickets will be extended after this
week.
Juniors concentrating in Group I:
The qualifying examinations in for-
eign language and English required
of students planning to concentrate
in Group I (see p. 30 of the An-
nouncement) will be given today
from 1:15-4:00 o'clock in 2219 A.H.
L. I. Bredvold
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information: Reg-
istration for new applicants for both
teaching and business positions will
be held at the office, 201 Mason Hall.
University High School Demon-
stration Assembly: The first demon-
stration assembly of the University
High School Summer Session will be
given at nine o'clock Friday morn-
ing, July 7, in the high school audi-
torium. The program will be under
the direction of the English depart-
ment. All Summer Session students
who are interested are welcome to at-
tend the assembly.
Chinese Student Club: There will
be a meeting at 7:30 p. m. at Lane
Hall, Saturday, July 8. Welcome to
new members. Social hour and re-
freshments.
Applied Mechanics: Mr. R. E. Pe-
terson of the Westinghouse Electric
and Manufacturing Company will
give an illustrated lecture on "Fa-
tigue Failures in Machine Parts" in
Room 311 W. Eng. Bldg. at 4 p. m.
today. Anyone is invited, particularly
those specializing in Mechanics.
The University Summer Band:
under the direction of Nicholas Fal-
cone, will present the first concert of
the Summer Session at 7:15 Thurs-
day night on the steps in front of
the Library. The program follows:
Chambers, "March Hostrausers";
Schibert, "Overture to Rosamunde;"
L'Africaine, "Selection from Meyer-
beer's Opera;" Waltz "Selection on
Strauss Melodies;" German, "Three
Dances from Henry VIII;" Romberg,
"Maytime Selections;" Sibelius, "Fin-
landia;" Balfe, "The Yellow and
Blue."
Michigan Repertory Players: Sea-
son ticket holders are asked to make
their reservations for "The Romantic
Young Lady" as early as possible to-
day. It is likely that both the Thurs-
day and Saturday houses will be
completely sold out.
Pedestrians Target
Of New Traffic Law
Benefit to pedestrians as well as
motorists are expected from the rule
enacted by the New York Legislature
requiring pedestrians on highways
to keep "to the left of the center
line" and to turn to the left, in-
stead of the right, when meeting
an approaching vehicle.

OPEN SATURDAYS FROM 8:30 A. M. UNTIL-
6 P. M. DURING JULY AND AUGUST -

OPEN SATURDAYS FROM 3:30 A. M. UNTIL
6 P. M. DURING JULY AND AUGUST

Actual Savng f 295O5and Mor
on the eason' Smartest Fasons
SHOP Just forget all your preconceived notions about former July Sales-there is no longer SHOP
a real basis for comparison. Sweeping reductions effect our entire fashion collectionE
-and in view of the rapidly advancing prices - the values are marvelous.
READ CAREFULLY - DON'T OVERLOOK A SINGLE ITEM IN THIS IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

July Clearance of
SWEATERS
Entire stock of sweaters - new, smart
weaves and colors - $1.95,values-

- FASHION ANNEX -
Four Outstanding Groups of
Summer's Smartest Frocks
Newest summer cottons -linens - voiles - sheer prints
dark and light prints

July Clearance Feature
Famous Wayne Knit Silk Hose
An opportunity to buy and savc before
the price advance. 2 pair for
$.0

$1.29

$1.77
Group III - Values to $5.95
$4.77

and $2.77
Group IV -Values to $10.05
$6.77

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GLOVES

Choice of all our fabric and mesh gloves
-our regular $1.00 values -.at

69c

Linens - Organdies - Prints - Chiffons - Prints - Pastels-
MORE THAN 500 STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM
JULY CLEARANCE OF OUR FINER DRESSES
Embracing practically our entire stock of Smart Summer Styles
Fashions for Every Smart Summer Occasion - For Women and Misses-
Values to $16.75 $6.77-Values to $19.75 $9.77
Washable Silks - Linens - Cottons - Chiffons - Sheer - Crepes
Sizes for Women and Misses

SEERSUCKER PAJAMAS
ROBES

Poo

10% DISCOUNT ON ALL LINGERIE
-GIRDLES - BAGS - JEWELRY-
PAJAMAS-
kid- ---_. -T.-.._.-.--

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CHOICE OF THE HOUSE

All Remaining

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learance Prices'
Now Prevail!
It Will Pay You Well To Come
Down Tomorrow
718 PAIRS
Regularly $2.95 to $4.95

Stripes and Pin Checks - colorful sum-
mer styles - July Feature
White Hats.
79c and .00
Smart Crepes - Silk Piques - and Cottons

lk

Spring Coats
Drastically reduced for immediate disposal

Hot Weather Suits
Just received a new shipment of "Tropi-
cal Worsted" suits that are cool and hold

$

Values to $19.75.... .

$7,00

95
$2.95 and
$3.45

Values to $35.00.

....$12,00

Whites
Blondes
Fifty-Fifty's
Blues - Blacks
and others

$1.95.
Beautiful sutnmer felts with soft
flattering brims-

their shape and press perfectly.

Light

Summer Coats & Suits

tan, light grey, and dark grey in all sizes.

$1350

All white and pastel fashions-
values to $16.75-

Here are smashing reductior
on these smart summer shoe
Charming modes that proN
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ALL STRAWS
HALF OFF ORIGINAL PRICE
regardless of color
Knitted Frocks

$8.77

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