S TWO EDITIONS
t edition of Prof. Thomas E.
book on "American Writers
esent Day," which come out
re ago, has been exhausted,
w edition, which brings the
ters down to 1920, is at pres-,
through the press.
>k is unique in the fact that
of the few books that deal
fern writers. It cover's the
>m 1890 to the present time.
ks include only the authors
appeared up to 1890.
or Rankin also has a book
'ama in preparation.rIt is a
SHAKESPEARE CLASS "
READS PLAY SCENES
Students of Mr. Louis Eich's class1
in Shakespearean reading presented
the principal scenes from "The Mer-'
chant of Venice" in a recital last even-
ing at Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The recital was unique in that no
costumes and few pieces of properties
were used. The students also changed
parts in every scene so that everyone
might get to play each character. The
Shylock of one scene was the Antonio
of another, and so forth. Every sum-
mer this class gives a recital of a
VOMEN'S LEAGUE WILL GIVE
PICNIC ON ISLAND THURSDAY
The Women's league has invited all
of the women students of the Summer
session to a picnic Thursday at the
Island. The women will meet at,Bar-
bour gymnasium at 4:30 o'clock and
bring their own suppers. The league
will furnish cups and coffee to all who
sign the posters on the campus bul-
UNION MANAGER RETURNS,
FROM EXTENDED VACATION
D. C. Donovan, house manager of
the Union, returned yesterday after-
noon from an extended vacation. Dur-
ing his absence of a month Mr. Dono-
van took the boat trip down the RSt.
Lawrence as far as the Sagueny river,1
and spent part of his time at his for-
mer home in Sylvania, 0.
Disciple." Mr. R. K. Immel. (Uni- ADMINISTRATION IMPORTANT
versity Hall.) IN U"NIVERSITY-CHRISTENSEN
5 p. m.-Newspaper English.
5:30 a. m.-Excursion to Put-in-Bay,
Lake Erie, under the direction of
Assistant Prof. I. D. Scott, via Mich-
igan Central Railroad to Detroit and
steamer to Put-in-Bay.
8 p. m.-Professor H. M. Beebe will'
lecture on "Our Medical Future."
p. m.-The Camp Fire Movement in
Modern Educations (illustrated.) Mr.
L. F. Scott, New York City.,
Liners in The Wolverine
for you. Try them.'
will do it I
5 p. m.-Creatures of Environment (il-
lustrated). Prof. A. F. Shull.
8 p. m.-Concert. Faculty of the Uni-
versity School ,f Music. (Hill Audi-
5 p. m.-The 'Problem of the National
Budget. Assistant Prof. J. R. Hay-
8 p. m.-Author's Reading. Mr. Percy
ie Want Ads.
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY
p. m.-Teachers' Salaries and the
Cost of Living. Prof. L. C. Karpinski.
p. m.-Reading, Shaw's "The Devil's
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the most important financial transac-
tions, and a successful administration
depends greatly on a budget. Ex-
penses are kept within the income by
University Business Great
As an idea of the magnitude of the
University business in comparison
with a private corporation, he said
that the floor space of the University
of Michigan is almost as large as that
of the Packard Motor Co. plant. Dur-
ing the last year the purchasing de-
partment made out 12,289 orders, in-
cluding every known material in some
form. On the pay, roll for June, 1920,
were 2,484 names, and last year's total
for salaries was $2,128,000. The power
plant consumes 20,000 tons of coal an-
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served at the,
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,
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BLUE FRONT CICAR STORE
UNDER STUDENT MANAGEMENT
Corner State and Packard Sts.
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xclusive Excursion Steamer, Largest 0
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