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LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
BERLIN.-The church with
highest tower in the world has
observed its 550th anniversary.
the celebrated minster at Ulnm.
>lication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
AI 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).,
ame VIII TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1927 Number 38
ckets for Visitor's Night at the Observatory August 9, and 10,
e obtained at the office of the Summer session from 10 to 12 A. M.
to 4 P. M. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer
who will present their Treasurer's receipts when applying for
Students desiring to avail themselves of this opportunity to visit
servatory should apply for tickets at once as the supply is very
T. E. Rankin.
ional Club Banquet:
e annual banquet of the Lien's and Women's Educational Clubs will
d in the ball room of the' Michigan Union, this evening, August
:30. Superintendent William McAndrew of Chicago will be the prin-
peaker. Tickets $1.75.
of Literature, Sicence, and the Arts:
1 Students wishing to have their records transferred to any school
ege on this campus or elsewhere should leave their names in the
er's Office, Room 4, University Hall, sometime this week.
Florence oiohr, Recorder.'
t of Library Extension Service:
ere will be an exhibit of University of Michigan Library Extension
e material in Room 112 of the University High School on Tuesday,
sday, and Thursday of this week. The exhibition will feature current
let material of special interest to executives, teachers in secondary
s, with special reference to administrative problems, the teaching of
h, economics, the social sciences, public speaking, and dramatics.
this material may be borrowed, during the year free of charge by
ere will be on exhibition also a collection of juvenile classics in
JGHTLESS READING 1S were read carefully:
TE, SAYS BRITISHEiR "The great need of today is reflec-
(By Associated Press) tion," he said, "and that can be en-
(ByAID ocitEg.dr couraged only' by the careful reading
BRIDGE,' Eng.-Modern civili- of worthwhile books. What we need
is endangered by a universal to revive is the pulse of contem-
of thoughtless reading, believes plation."
Eustace Percy, president of the Hugh Walpole,. the novelist, dis-
of Education. I agreed with Lord Eustace's picture of
d Eustace told the annual con- the past. He called it a "dirty,
ce of the Association Booksel- messy, insanitary and unthinking
A Great Britain and Ireland that period."
ng had bec9me an opiate to the "I do not think it matters so much
world. He pleaded for more what people read, if they take an
ht and less scanning of printed interest in reading," said the novelist.
while the mind was practically; "Since the war a great new reading
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Eustace urged a return to the
ns when the Bible, Pilgrim's
s and Fox's Book of Martyrs
class has sprung up. If we are too
high-brow and too priggish in our at-
titudo toward that public we shall
only succeed in frightening it away."
TMTOiflY AND WED)NESD)AY
.°_^. ,V A "ATT~RITON AR'R 4.EFR MQV!E SE S0N
who protects her voice,
-io a role
"When I decided to smoke cig-
arettes, I looked about to see
which brand was in favor with
most men. The answer was
easyto find. I noticed that prac-
tically all the men at the opera
were smoking Lucky Strikes. I
learnedfrom them that thiscig-
arette, delightful in flavor, left
their voices in splendid shape
for their singing. So I tried
Lucky Strikes and knew that
the men were correct in their
judgment. I am enthusiastic
about their flavor and the fact
that they do not affect my
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lo c, I'O)liku III - a
mystery - all played
the twelve-mile limit!
A Negro-Goldyn-ilayer tRicture
® Strauss Peyton, N.Y.
You, too, will i-find that Lucky
Strikes are mild and mellow-the
finest Cigarettes you ever .'smoked,
made of the finest Turkish and do-
mestic tobaccos, properly aged and
blended with great skill, and there
is an extra process-"It's toasted"-
no harshness, not a bit of bite.