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July 24, 1927 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1927-07-24

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 24, 1927

MBASSADOR HERRI CK RE TURNS, TO AMERICA 'FOR:.
VACATION ON NEW FRENCH LINE~R 'ISLE DE FRANCE'

THESUME MIHGNDIYSNDY UY2,12

B neook Bargains ?f itrest
Teachers, Preachers, Librarians and
Summer School Students

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TOD)AY AND MONDAY
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Photo of new French Liner Ile d e France, as she dropped anchor in I ower New York harbor on her maiden
trans-Atlantic voyage, and Myron T. Herick, inset, United States ambas sador to France was taken off by an
official welcoming boat. The amnbass ador proceeded to his home in Clevel and.

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The Way To Go To
o ° Comfortably
and Save Money
TouRisT III CABIN formerly 2nd
class, mo stly amidships on Prom-
enade and upper Main Deck.
The extensive deck space means
practically the run of the ship.
Also inexpensive ($$385 up).
STUDENT and UNIVERSITY Touis
(with college credit if desired)
under the management of the
SCHOOL OF FOREIGN TRAVEL, Inc.
110 East 42nd Street, N." Y. City
Special Student Summer Sail-
ings to and from France and
England July and August.
BALTIC AMERICA LINE
8-10 Bridge Street, New York
or Local Agents

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BOOKS

GERFALC'ON
"Gerfalcon," Leslie Barringer's
story of old romance, which Double-
day, Page & Company publish on July
15th, is a recreation ofthe glamorous
age about which Maurice Hewett
wrote in "The Forest Lovers." Ger-
Belsant, Sanctalbaste, Olencourt, all
these are in the imaginary kingdom

where young Raoul ran away to go
fadventuring.
The tourney of Belsant where he
saw the face of Lys, the singing
stones of Hastian, the flight through
the forest where he met the witches
and was taken captive by Red Jehan,f

dcared himself for detective stories and
has even gone so far as to review
them in the Memphis Commercial-Ap-
peal under the title, "Gobbets on
Thrillers."
He likes straight-away tales of
mystery and adventure and is espe-

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The open-air swimminig pool adds
to the delights of the voyage.

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i ers that run through a series of books,
BISHlOP REVIEWS DETECTIVE among them Peter Clancy, the young
Bishop Thomas F. Gailor, the form-= detective hero of Lee ThIayer's "Alias
er head of the Protestant Episcopal! Dr. Ely," and several other adven~
Church in America, has openly de-I tures, who is one of his chief delights.j

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up to sixty, hold it there, aM
Scoat down the highway with the
comfort of the Twentieth Century
... Four-wheel brakes will ease
you down to a smooth, quick stop
without the scraig of sael o
the burningof tires. . ..ktwil
dodge into the snxsllCSz of parking
spaces ...
It will fit into your vacation
plans like a ball in a catche r'& mit:
-will arouse shrieks of superia-
rives froth feminine lips. And wchy
coot A saucy coupe for ~ur-ia-
spurd by continental ideas-body
designed by Dietrich; chassis by
Studebaker - truly a "Little Ais-
toca." Trim as an oil king'syacht
--and as gracful-ir rfects Euro-
pear mans to the nth degre. ..
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in an Erskine Sport Coupes
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You expect the unexpected fromi Lou Chaney. But event
Chaney faiis will get the surprise of their lives at this
latest triumph of the screen's greatest character star : :
Adde:' A Vermaid comedy "SURE CURE"
%Grantlaind RDice Sportlight'
LOCAL TOPICS-NEWS
Thursday: Bessie Love, Joseph and Rudolph Schildkraut in "Young April"

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TOMORROW at 8:15-Bernard Shaw's Biriliant Farce

The Rockford Players
Second Summer Season
Every Eveniing Except
Wed.-Sat. Matinee

"Fanny's

First

Play"

Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
(above Barbour Gymnasium)
All seats reserved at 75c
at Bookstores and Door
Matinees 50 and 75. Cents

Aflaming comedy satire on modern youth and the elder generation; a triumph for the
cornpany

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