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THURSDAY,
THE~ SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY_______________

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uilding And Grounds Dkepartment Cares 1
or Campus Needs, With Many Division s
Few people realize the extent of the j desks, laboratory tables, cabinets and
irk carried on by the so-called B. cupboards used on the campus, and
d G. boys. This buildings and even the operating tables used in the
University Hospital. The finished
)unds committee is the largest in products are then sent to the next
y university, and provides for prac- room to be glued, and to still another4
ally all the needs of the campus so to be sandpapered, painted and var- 1
r as repairs and ;equipment are nished.
icerned.a Under it are nine main' In the plumbing department the
partments, among which are the steam and water pipes are threaded
binet division, plumbing, electricity, and fitted; in the sheet-iron division
eet iron, painting, janitor service, 1 the huge heat pipes are ma ide and
mipus crew which tends to the trees, soldered.
rubbery, grass, sidewalks and keeps! More than three miles of tunnels
ecampus clean, laundry and heat- connected with the University heating;
plant. plant carries the heat to all the build-
[he shop is an eye-opener for those ings on the campus.
tacquainted ┬░with the work which Although' the famous B. and G. boys
department does. Lumber is have been the object of many jokes,
ught in from the camps and dried their work is certainly to be cone-
d seasoned by a special process in mended, especialy when we realize
shop. It is then cut to the de- M that the work it does for Michigan's
ed lengths and sent to the cabinet' campus is unequalled by that of any
m. Here a force of 25 expert cabi- similar department ini any other unil-
Smakers design and contruct the versity.
JILOOK FR CTTO Europe, or whether the new crop will
CO CRSOBSERVE.RS ;find a ready market abroad. It
CONCEN._1 _ promises to be stronger than at first
(By Associated Press) ?anticipated and is following the great-
WASHINGTN.-Department of Agri-' est single year of production in United
Iture officials are concerned over States history. fo oeg
1Curtailed demand'fo freg
iQ [mmeiate future demand fors countries and a strong new crop ad-
Zited States cotton in continental;'d~d to last year's surplus may result
rope. in a future price reduction, authorities
6overnnment reports indicate that: say.
reign textile industries are catching
with the demand. The, French A BASA OR HIERRICK
diners' Association says that pres- REPO ITED IMPROVING
t activity can be maintained only at___
loss. Italian cotton goods exports CLEVELAND, July 27.-Myron T.
tve been virtually cut off, and stocks Herrick, ambasador to France who
"e accumulating at the mills. I underwent a major operation at Cleve-
In Central Europe, however, parti- land Clinic hospital Tuesday, was re-
larly in Germany, consumer de- ported recovering today. While Mr.
ands for cotton continues strong! Herrick was; suffering considerable
th no indication of an oversupply, pain, attending physicians said that he
Government observers here sayt rested "fairly. comfortably." It will
sere is no definite information on the, be several days before he is out of
nount~ of American cotton held in danger.

DR. NEWTON WAILL'
TEACH IN DALLAS
Miss Annabelle Newton, P1h.D., who
received her Doctor's (legree at the'
commencement in June, w ill teach
next: year in the Southern Methodist I
University at Dallas, Texas.
jHer dissertation, for the rhetoric
de-partmnent, entitled "Wodsworth in
Early American Criticism" attracted
some attention, and is now being pre-
pared for publication by Universityl
of C"hicago Press.
I iss Newton received lher A.B. and!
her MA. fronm the ljniisily of Cih-
cago. She taiughit for at few yearsE
before comling to :1;h-higan to prepare
f'or her DoctLor';; deeeo.

uook Bargains f in.terest
Teachers, Preachers, Librarians, and

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TODAY IS THE DAY-
The T"imes Newis-MTajestic 'Movie
"FLAMING YOUTHy"-
wil be tokeni rihlt' before your eyes
ON THE ST'AGE _
Complete Local Cast will be chosen on the _= I
stage of the Majestic Wednesday evening____
______LADIES ONLY
F riday morning starting at 10:30 a. per-
formance for ladies only of the entire show
will be given, including a talk on "Beauty and
How to Keep It" by Mr. Meadows, chief I
cosmetician of the Berhova Productions. An
opportunity no ladies should miss. All seats
A. "> i41.. Kutcl'i on's Slo ry
"ONE INCREAp SING PURPO . SE" -.
Next Week-'RICHARD DIX

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J)E'Ai) EASY
RbieM 'l l ra mati- ftriils, ricki comedy, sutperb
H(obbie Vernac , a,e this the iniest pictuire produc-
T(day's iNeis
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SHIRLEY MASON IN 'SWEET ROSIE O'GRADY"

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The SECOND S. S. RYNDAN
COLLEGE CRUISE
POUND THE WORLD
-4 CSEPTEMBER TO MAC~
w Why stay within four walls when
i The World and all the Countries
' i Of the Seven Seas are calling You?
THE WORLD IS OUR CLASSROOM
" A University for Men. College Courses studied dur-
ing a school year around the World. Enrollment
limited to 375 young men, 17 or more years of age.
3 Visit 27 countries. Study under competent
h iEprofessors and instructors, aboard ship, in
foreign lands.
For illustrated booklet and catalog
with courses, write.
Co liege Cruise Student:: at University Travel Association, Inc.
Kraft:akura\ Japan 285 Madison Ave., New York City

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TONIGHT at 8:15- -Ibsen's Thrilling Melodrama

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econd Summer Season
-very Evening Except
Wed.-Sat. Matinee_

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Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
(above Barbour Gymnasium)
All seats reserved at 75c'
at Bookstores and Door

The 'Greatest Play of the Modern. Theater with Elsie Herndon Kearns.

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