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T14E SUMMER MICHIGAN [.DAILY

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0A iI i Y 0 F1A CI iL BU VL L [T j N LOST-Wll the getmawhfon
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to almmbr fneadsouthwreotWplase phane Reed,
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session ,othet pes poReed,3
untl :3 iUniv. 227. Reward. 35,3,37
uni :0p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday). --_______
Volume VIII FRIAY, AUUTST 11927 dumber 35 Attention Students!
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Hifutn lb at ten cents a page. ~ial 8001. 1424:
The lubpicnic wil be held tomorrow. All members and others inter-WshgtnHit.:5
ested are requestedl to call 2173)4 before Saturday to fecilitate arrangements.
S. S. Berer. LOST-Green gold wrist watch, Trues-
d_____ ____cay evening. Initials "N. K." Gold
Foreigni Students : wrist band. Reward. Dial 2-2209,!
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!A"s"tatianery

A Miscellaneous Lot of Box Stationery
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at the close of the hummner Session. The grounds and equipment of the
University Fresh Air Camp have been made available. The cost will be
small. If interested make application by August 6th at Lane Hall.
H. H. Grafton.
Educational Club Banquet:
The annual banquet of the Men's andl Women's Educational Clubs wil
be held in the ball room of tihe Michigan Union, Tuesday evening, AugustI
9, at 6:30. Superintendent William McAndrew of Chicago will be the prim-
cipal speaker. Tickets $1.75.
The (Commiittee.
Excursioni No. 8:
Michigan State Prison, including prison industries, the old cell block,
the recreation 'facilities, the new prison annex three miles out of Jackson,
and so forth. Party-leaves in special busses at 7:30 A. At. Saturday, August
6, in front of Angell Hall, -State street. Party arrives back in Ann Arbor
about 12:15 P. M.
Round trip tickets for special busses must be secured by Friday, August.
5, 6-P. M., in Room 8, University Hall. Price $1.50. Students planning to
drive their own cars should be at th e main prison office, at the head of
Mechanics street, Jackson, by 9 A. M.
Carlton Wells',IDirector of Excursions.
Observatory Nights :
Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory, August 8, 9, and 10
may be obtained at the office of the -Summer session from 10 to 12 A. M.
and 2 to 4 P. M. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer
session who will present their Treasurer's receipts when applying for,
them. Students desiring to avail themselves of this opportunity to visit
the Observatory should apply for ticetsat once as the supply is very
limited.
T. E. Rankin,
GR D ATES TAKE ! of the reasons for predominance. j
M!.LAN Y SUBJE S Aer onautics, anatomy, architecture
and astronomy are the first four sub-
Students in the graduate school of .iects listed in which students are
the University specialize in many dijf- specializing. Comparative literature,
dermatology and general linguistics,
ferent departments of education and highway engineering, hygiene and
rsearch, says the final report of the landscape design are other subjects.
late Dean Alfred H. Lloyd to the presi- Municipal administration, naval *ar-
dent of the University. chitecture, pediatrics and psychiatry
Chemisitry, educati on and English lead on down the line to seinetics,
are he ostpoplar ubjctsforre-sociology surgery and the ever present
are he ostpoplar ubjctsforre-last word in any list of research sub-
search; the report indicates, more than ' iects-zoology.
100 taking chemistry, 150 English and Fifty-four subjects are listed as sub-
275 education. Trhe latter has the larg- jects of specialization with 653 stud-
er number in summer school as one ents doing the work.

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Of food to partake.
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When You Need
a Car
For a Special Occasion

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And Sat 1

And Sat.

I'tI'ER FIE1Il) THIEATRE

Here's a stylish, sm. ili h
pass-a-whitish comedy

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."~E VERY now and then there's a
Lvsocial event that almost demands
you have a car for a day or an evening.
In which case you'll find it mighty
convenient to step into our station-
select your car and be on the way-
yourself at the wheel.,
You rent a car in about two min-
utes. No red tape. No annoying
questions. And our service has this
decided advantage-the cost is so low
you can afford to use a car frequently
if you wish.
The only requirement is that you
be qualified and competent to drive a
car. That's alL
Next time you want to go some-
where-days, evenings or week-ends
-we invite you to go in one of our
cars. You'll like the service.
Ride in Groups and Split the Cost
It costs no more for five to ride in one of our cars.
Plan a trip with three or four others--divide. the bill-
and the cost to each is so small yowll never miss it.

The dumb doughboy' of "Be-
hind the Front" and goofy gob
of "We're in the Navy Now"
- Raymond Hatton, heads
Miss Ralston's supporting cast.

ALSO
Hal -Roach Conidy
Are l~runettes Safe?
Blodg~e Locals
1'odg'e .News

Comning SUNDAY Coming
JOHN GILBERTr
"T' ilwelv Miles Out"9
WITH
ERNST TORRENCE and JOAN CRAWFORD

CONTROLLED BY YELLOW TRUCK &~ COACH MFG, CO,
SUBSIDIARY GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION

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

Last 3 Performances, of the Season--TONIGHT and 'Tomorrow

Saturday. Matinee at 3:30 SHAKESPEARE'S MERRY, HILARIOUS FARCE
"The Comedy ot Errors"
Farewell Bill of the popular Rockford Players

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

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