THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 1927
-ACADEMY FILLS VACANCIES'
(By Associated Press)I
iii:i AL BIi L l II H "Immortals" to fill the vacant chairs
ion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of °teFec cdm.Te r
Abel Hermant, novelist and play-
iversity. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session 1Wright, and Emile Male, historian and
30 p. in. (11: 30 a. in. Saturday). authoriyo meevlrigusat
Till SUN DAY, AUGUST 7, 1927 Number 87 1 - iyo eivlrlgosat
y Nights: Attention Students!
for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory, August 8, 9, and 101 Typing, neatly and accurately done
tined at the 'office of the Summer session from 10 to 12 A. M. at ten cents a page. Dial 8001. 1424
P. M. These tickets are intended for l'students of the Summer Washington Heights. 351
o will present their Treasurer's receipts when. applying forI
dents desiring to avail themselves of this opportunity to visit LOST-Green gold wrist watch, Tues-
atory should apply for tickets at once as the supply is veryl day evening. Initials "N. K." Gold
wrist band. Reward. Dial 2-2209,
T. E. Rankin. 102 Waslitenawr Apts. 35, 36, 37
IClub Banquet: LOST-If the person who appropriated
cnual banquet of the Men's and Women's Educational Clubs willj a brief case from room 123 Univers-
the ball room of the Michigan Union, T1uesday evening, August ity High School will mail the con-j
Superintendtnt William McAndrew of Chicago will be the priu- tents to 1309 Washtenaw, he is wel-
cer. Tickets $1.75. come to the case. 36
TheCoiuitee fAM driving to North Central Iowa
A Miscellaneous Lot of Box Stationery
at 10c - 25c - 45-e
Wahr's BOOK STORE
-All makes sold,
cleaned and re--
paired. Largest equipment and best
rep~air service. Established 1908.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
READ THE WANT ADS
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in College of Literature, Science, and the Arts :
ents registered in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
ect to be graduated at the 'end of the Summer Session must pay
?Ionia Lees before the Session closes.
Floreie Mohr, Recorder.
94, French Biblography:s f
next meeting of this course will take place in room 301 Universityk
Monday, August 8, at 3: 00 ,o'clock. Books dealing with French music,
and sculpture will be on display for examination. An invitation is
lto all interested, in the sub ject...
August 20. Have room for thre
people. Phone 6195. 36,097
The famous stage play proves
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tors of medicine. b
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moth practice medicine in I New L. C. smiithi,
ugh. The Misses Joan, Mar- Corona, Remingtoni
:lsie and Helen Dunbar are and Royal portables.
;in various high schools in Seconid-hiand and rebuilt typewriters
1.Mrs. Mary Innes, the onf! of all makes. Lowest prices. Easy
sister, became th wife of Dr. #trs
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