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21927

THE SUMMER MICHIGANDAL

DAILY

PACE THREE

DAI LYOF ICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin Is. constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. in. Saturday).
fVoluie VIII TUESDAY AUGUST 2, 1927 N'umber 32
Public Health Lectures:
Dr. R. W. Bunting will lecture on Dental Hygiene at 4 o'clock on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in the Auditorium of the Dental Building.
John Sundwatl
Exhibit of Educational and Nejital Tests:
The Bureau of Educational Reference and Research will hold an exhibit
of educational and mental tests from Monday through Thursday, August
first to fourth inclusive,' from 3:00 to 5:00. This exhibit will include all
tests used in the Michigan Cooperative Testing Program, as well as other
mportant tests in educational fields. Superintendents, supervisiors, prin-
cipals, and teachers are paticularly invited to visit this exhibit. The exhibit
will be held in Room 112, University High School.
Burea~u Educational Referenice anid Research.
The Men's Educational Club will have its annual baseball game atj
Ferry Field at 5 o'clock tihis evening. At 6 o'clock there will be a pienic
supper. Tickets may be procured from Professor Wilbert L. Carr of the t
School of Education.
The Commtittee. t
Graduate Students:
Graduate students who expect to receive the Master's degree at thej
close of the present Summer Session should pay the diploma fee before
August 19. Please secure blanks for this purpose at the office of the
Graduate School,. Room 1014, Angell Hall.f
Students who have made changes in elections and have not notified
the office should do so at once. It is too late to drop a course which has
beeni regularly attended to date.
Grades will be mailed to those who leave a self-addressed stamped
onvelope at the Graduate School office.
Ruth A. Reuse, Recorder.
Teachers Certificates:I
Blanks for the payment of the Teacher's Certificate fees may now be
secured at the office 'of the School of Education. All students who expect
to be recommended for the Teacher's Certificate at the end of the Summner I
session must pay their fees and return their receipts to the Recorder,
School of Education, before the end of the Summer session.
Office hours: 10:30-12:00 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. M.
Gretchen Kfrug', Recorder.
August Seniors-School of Education :
All diploma and teacher's certificte fees should be paid before the end
of the Summer session by those students who will have completed the re-
quirements (during this Summer session) for graduation from the School
of Education. These blanks may, be secured during office hours at the officeI

of the School of Education.
Office hours: 10:30-12:00 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. M.
Gretchien Krug, Recorder.

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Observatory Nights:
Tickets for Visitors' Nights ai
may be obtained at the office of ti
and 2 to 4 P. M. These tickets ai
session who will present theirZ
them. Students desiring to avail
the Observatory should apply for

t the Observatory, August 8, 9, and 10
he Summer session from 10 to 12 A. M.
Lre intended for students. of the Summer
[reasurer's receipts when applying for
themselves of this opportunity to visit
tickets at once as the supply is very

The Way To Go To
E*K a Comfortably
and Save Money
TOURIST III CABIN formerly 2nd
class,mostly 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 Touits
(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 Locdl Agents

limited.
T. E. Ranikin.

NEWS BRIEFS
MEXICO CITY-The execution

and 30 pounds in weight, which they
landed in a canvas boat after a long
struggle, nearly cost the lives of its
captors yesterday.

of!

two men charged with being implicat-
ed in the recent kidnaping near Par-
ral of Russell Johnson, an American
mining enginer,- was reported.
RIO JANEIRO-A law for suppres-
sion of communism in Brazil was ap-
proved by the Chamber of Deputies,
118 votes to 18.j
BOURNEMOUTH, Eng.-The Pied
Piper of B~ournemouth earned $435
last year. The city offers 28 cents for
each rat killed and more than 1,500
we bagged last year. Expenditures
for traps and baits totaled $75.
LONDON-Great concern over the'
flood situation at Caroda is reported
in special dispatches from Bombay.j
MENOMINEE, Mich-A pickerel
they estimated to be four feet long

JANESVILLE, Wis.-Airplanes will
be used for detecting fires and the
protection of game if the wish of Gov.
Fred R. Zimmerman is carried out.

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The open-air swimming pool adds
to tlw delights of the vw.rage.

The Cp (oolest Eating Place
ill 'Town.
EXCELLYNT MEALS.
Ladies anid Gentlenmen
single Meals 50Sc, 65c
Weekly Board$5.75
C'or. State nd Washingtoni

A tremendous p~icture of ruthless Rusi~sia unider the C'OS_
sack lash. A thrilling, stirring eimotionl &irma fromt
Tolstoy's famous classic-will imake y'ou s, y- {live us
mocre pictures like iles urreetioim."
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U iO TSTOY
CA REW i± F
rgt)Ilt3CJ-ION °'.du . .- . j+..,

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Presentations
-. t- of Summer Frocks E
Notable at these prices-Re-
duced, but all of them f resh
and desirable. Every one of
them worth twice the price.
i = The prettiest prints imaginable,
in dozens of color schemes,
i each more lovely than the
other.'
$10 $15
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costmes, ->I0
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that COTY FACE POWDERS
are the supreme complement
to nature. Nine true shades.
LES POUDR S
COT Y
One dollar the box

TH UR-PETER B. KYNE'S "PALS IN PARADISE"
MICHIGAN BELL
TELEPHONE CO.
Long Distance Telephone
Service Helps Worden Grocer
Company Buy and Sell
WARDEN GROCER CoVPANY
WHOLESALE 4GEOCGn
G*&"ms &to. NNW.
December 7, 1926.
Michigan Bell Telephone Company..
Grand Rapids, Michigamn.
Gentlemen.
It gives us a great deal of plea-
sure to say to you, in the first place, that
through the long distance service, we are in
close touch with the outside world and, in the
second place, it is a quick convenience as a
buyer and seller.
Besides these, with markets chang-
ing or matters to discuss and settle and with
th,,e large number of salesmen we have and the many
customers, to be able to get the quick and per-
sonial touch, makes the long distance phone very
valuable and important to us.
Yours very truly,
WORDEN GROCER COMPANY
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