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The Wolverine, 1920-06-26

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THE WOLVERINE-

SESSION
ID BREAKING

REC

ae 26.-It has been an-
.o that British and Jap-
in conference ateLon-
ed to revise the entire
treaty in order to
m with the League of
at and to meet the in-
iation the treaty has
.ng to cable advices to
i, Japanese language
1 to complete the re-
Ambassador Chinda
for Japan and to hav'e
signatures before the
s visits Japan in the
the advice added.

mission will be charged. (Univer-
11111WL Bsity Hall.)
August 3
eMiiuu ro R 55p.: m.-Cuba--Despues de la guerra
entre Espana y los Estados Unidos
OL P(in Spanish, illustrated). Mr. Julio
(Continued from Page 1) del Toro.
Jul 8 p. m.-Play. The Class in Play Pro-

SUNDAY SE

.

H vI

_

T SCHEME

(Continued from Page 1)
The men, who left school to go to
war, are also in a hurry to finish school
and to start work, and there is a large
number of men of this type, who are
using the Summer Session as a means.
to effect this end.
Dean Kraus received a great deal of
correspondence in regard to the Sum-
mer Session, and other inquiries and
the general interest manifested:around
the campus lead him to believe this
will be a record ear. - "Everything is
better and more successful so far from
all points of view," he stated.
Committee- Established
Cramped conditions in the College of
Engineering and Architecture recently
caused the establishment of an execu-
tive -committee, which will reorganize
the work in that college and put it on
the same basis as is done there in the
regular academic year. With this
almost accomplished, the engineering,
college is making attempts to induce'
as many students as possible to attend
the Summer Session, and in this way
to eliminate much of the congestion in
the regular term classes.
Appeals have been sent out to enter-
ing freshmen to come to the Summer
Session in order to relieve the crowded
conditions, which will be felt next fall.
Enrollment in the Law school has
fallen off from the mark of 191 last.
year to 124. This is probably due to
the number of ex-service. men, who
wanted to make up work last summer.

et 26.-Establish-
merican branch of
nale of Moscow at
ad bolshevik pro-
nd South America
sior of New Mexico,
of bolshevik activ-
it, and it is. from
tnda in the United
z the Latin-Ameri-
ing directed. The
borities, Excelsior
arresting active
ow soviet govern-

5 p. m.-What the Jew Has Done for
America. Dr. Henry Berkowitz.
8 p. in.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill Audi-
toriuni.) , '
July, $
5 p. m.-Americanism and Judaism,-
Their Common Hopes and Ideals.
Dr. Henry Berkowitz.
8 p. m.-Educational Motion Pictures.
July 9
5 p. m. and 8 p. m -Some Present-Day
Educational Problems (two lec-
tures). Mr. F. E. Spaulding, Super-
intendent of Schools, Cleveland.
July 12
5 p. m.-Some of the Problems of
Americanization as seen by an Army'
Psychologist. Prof. C. S. Berry.
8 p. m.-The Work of the American
Library Association in France (il-
lustrated). Mr. S. H. Ranck, of
Grand Rapids.
July 13
p. m.-The Effect of the War upon
Literature. Prof. T. E. Rankin.
8 p. m.-Medical Lecture. Dr. A. M.
Barrett.
July.14
5 p. in.-The Outlook for International
Law. Prof. E. D. Dickinson.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill Audi-
torium.)
July 15
5 p. m.-Niagara i'alls and Vicinity (il-
lustrated)., Assistant Prof. I. D.
Scott.
8 p. m.-Educational Motion Pictures.

I-

duction, underI
sistant Prof. R.
mission will be
-iL)

the direction of As-
D. T. Hollister. Ad-
charged. (*niversity

503 E. HURON

'. August 4
p. m.-Some Phases of Wireless
Communication (illustrated). Prof.
N. H. Williams. (West Lecture
Room, Physical Laboratory.)
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill Audi-
torium.)

Ullf~iil 1

Howard R. Chapman, Director,
Is attending the Silver Bay Col-
lege. Students' .Conference. He,
will expect to meet you next

THE BAPTIST GUILD

St. Andrew's Episcopal
Difision and Cathe
REV. HENRY TATLO(
Rector
REV. CHARLES T.
Curate
Holy Communion
Church School
Morning Prayer and
Address 1(
Evening Prayer and
Address
The address at 10:3
will be made by Mr. Fr,
Morehouse, Editor of
ing Church." Subject:
organization of the
Church."
The address at the
service will be by the
D. Maxon, D.D., Rector
Church, Detroit. Subje
Reorganization of the

7:35 a.
9:30 a.

5
8

August 5
p. m.-Nationalism., Prof. - R. M.
Wenley.-
p. m.-Educational Motion Pictures.

'-

week.

August 6
5 p. m.--Subject and lecturer to be an-
nounced.

O0

It'

8
5
8
5
8
5

p. m.-Cosmopolitan Night. The
Cosmopolitan Club. (University
Hall.)
August 9
p. m.-The Part-Time School,
Connecting School with Employ-
ment. Prof. G. E. Myers.
p. m.-Miscellaneous Readings. The
Class in Interpretative Reading..
(University Hall.)
August 10
p. m.--Recent British Policies in In-
dia. Prof. A. L. Cross.
p. m.-Medical Lecture. Dr. J. G.
Van Zwaluwenburg.
August 11
p. m.-The City of Rome in the Time
of Augusts (illustrated). Prof. J.

FIRST

CONCREGATIO
CHURCH

10:30 A. M.

oN
)ays?"

Chur'ch of Chri
DISCIPLES
South University Ave.
10:30 A. M.
SUBJECT:
"Faith of Our Fathers"
0
7:30,P. M.
SUBJECT:
"A Religion That Works'
9:30 A. M., Bible School

HARRY G. MERSHC

HELD
OTNTSj

SPEAKS

une 26.-Henry Bor-
rn grocer, indicted on
profiteering in sugar,
0 bail when arraigned
s charged with making
ound profit oi 30,000
Vette, another Brook-
charged with selling
in of sardines for 50
held in $2,500 bail.
ns were set for July 7.

Law Student Weds '19 Girl
The marriage of Ardeth Paul, '19,
and Alvin Buzbee, '17 and '20L, was
solemnized Friday, June 25, at St. An-
drew's Episcopal church. Miss Buz-
bee is a member of Sorosis, and Mr.'
Buzbee is a member of Delta Theta
Phi law fraternity.
Liners in The Wolverine will do it
for you. Try them.

"Are These the Last D

)ORLEES CLEANING

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how much longer our Energine Cleanirg
over any other cleaning you have had.

Comrpenqy
RE^1~IRING

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4TH AVEm-ANN ARBOR-PHONE 2508
RERICAN CIGAR STORE
BILLIARDS AND POCKET BILLIARDS
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos, Candies. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream
E. WILLIAMS ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS

July 16
2:30 p. m.-Excursion to Niagara Falls,
under the direction of Mr. F. W.
Frostic, via Michigan Central Rail-
road to Detroit and steamer to Buf-
falo.
5 p. m.-The Intermediate Schools. Mr.
E. O. Marsh, Superintendent of4
Schools, Jackson.
'S p. mn.-eading, Goldoni's "Curious
Mishap."-Assistant Prof. R: .T.
Hollister. (University Hall.)
July 19
5 p. m.-The Fourth Dimension (illus-
trated). Prof. W. B. Ford.
July 20
5 p. m.-The Wayne County Experi-
ment. Mr. W. B. Arbaugh, Detroit.
8 p. m.--Medical' Lecture. Dr. C. C.
Parnall. O
July 21
5 p. m.-The Einstein Gravitation The-
ory. Prof. W. F. Colby.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity Schooliof Music. (Hill Audi-
torium.)
8:30 p. m -Visitors' Night at the Ob-
servatory. Admission by ticket only.
July 22
5 p. m.-Les Universites Frncaises
(in French). Assistant Prof. R.
Talamon.
8 p. m -Educational Motion Pictures.
8:30 p. m.-Visitors' Night at the Gb-
servatory. Admission by ticket only.
July 23
5 p. m.-Schoo Building Campaigns.
Mr. E. C. Hartwell, Superintendent
of Schools, Buffalo.
8 p. m.-Roman Church Mosaics of the
First Nine Centuries (illustrated).
Librarian W. W. Bishop.
8:30 p, m.-Visitors' Night at the Ob-
servatory. Admission by ticket only.
July 26
5 p. m.-UniversityBusiness Adminis-
tration. Mr. J. C. Christensen.
8 p. m.-Recital. The Class in Shake-
spaarean Reading. '(University Hall.)
July 27
5 p. m.-Newspabr English. Prof. J.
L. Brumm
8 p. m.-Medical Lecture. Prof. A. S.
Wirthin.
July 28
5 p. m.-Creatures of Environment (11-
lustrated). Prof. A. F. Shull.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill Audi-
torium.)
July 29
5 p. m.-The Problem of the National
Budget. Assistant Prof. J. R. Hay-
den.
8 p. m.-Educational Motion Pictures.
July 30
5 p. m.-Teachers' Salaries and the
? Cost of Living. Prof. L. C. Karpinski.
8 p. m.-Reading, Shaw's "The Devil's
Disciple." Mr. R. K. Immel. (Uni-
versity Hall.)
July 81
5:30 a. m.-Excursion to Put-in-Bay,
fake Erie, under the direction of
Assistant Prof. L D. Scott, via Mich-
igan Central Railroad to Detroit and
steamer to Put-in-Bay.
August 2
'5 ,p. m.-Democracy in Literature.
Prof. R. W. Sellars. /
8 p. M.Play The Class in Play Pro-
'duction, under the direction of As-
sistant Prof.)R:- D. T. Hollister. Ad-

G. Winter.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School of Music. (Hill Audi-
torium.)
August 12
5 p. m.-Two Adamses.- Prof. David
Friday.
8 p. m.-Educational Motion Pictures.
August 13
5 p. m.-Income Tax Procedure. Prof.
W. A. Paton.
August'16
5 p. m.-Subject and lecturer to be an-
nounced.
8 p. m.-Spanish Gypsy Folk Songs
(illustrated with the Victrola) Prof.
,. P. Wagner.
August 17
8 p. m.-Recital. The Class in Shake-
spearean Reading. (University Hall.)
Subscriptions to The Wolverine, per
summer session, $1.00.

PRESBYTERIAN/
CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
LEONARD A. BARRETT
speaks at 10:30 a. m.
Theme--"An Anclent Dream ap-
plied to Modern. Life."

First Unitar

Subject:

The C. E. Society meets at 6:30.
Students of the Summer Session
Cordially invited.

"USE OF VACATION"

Strangers are always

-

Church

, , ...

SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY

All Students Cordially Invite
F. B. ARTHUR PASTOR

TOM

MOORE
IN

Cor. State and Huron Sts
Rev. Sidney S. Robins, Pas
Morning Service, 10:30

"THE GREAT

t

ACCIDENT

From the Saturday Evening Post Serial by Ben Ames Williams

I ARBOR HAT CLEANING
625 EAST LIBERTY STREET
ALL KINDS OF HATS CLEANED-LIKE NEW
SHOES SHINED-10c

CO.:

Here's just the kind of pic-,
ture you like to see Tom Moore
in. }
First he plays the part of a
reckless, happy-go-lucky, ne'er-
do-well whose name was placed
on the ballot as a practical joke
on his father.
They said that only a grea
accident could elect him for
Mayor - and sure enough it
happened!
Then maybe he didn't show,
those people in that city what
he really could do when he
wanted to-and you'll just bet
that even his Dad had to "sit

If Tom Moore were runn:
for Mayor of this town, wot
he get your vote ?
We have been told that T
Moore's radiant smile wot
guarantee a certain proport
of the feminine vote in any co
munity-and that the majoi
of the male population woi
be for him too!

U

T'

All right, come along a
enjoy a good picture with T
Moore. Don't even let '
Great Accident" prevent y
from seeing the picture!.

A

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up and take notice."

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FIRST!

ADULTS
25c

CHRISTIE COMEDY
NEAT BUT NOT GAUDY
FORD WEEKLY
ORCHESTRA MUSIC

CHILDREN
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Robert

Warwick

SUNDAY DAILY,
SUNDAYSHOWS AT
SHOWS AT
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2:00 -- 3:30 4:30
7:00 - 8:30 PT7:00 - 8:30
LAST TIMES TODAY

and

Larry

Seiloil

Everybody Cokne I

DOROTHY DALTON IN "A GAMBLE IN SO
ALSO NEAL BURNS IN "A FLY IN THE OINT

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