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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNhESDAY, A-

mumm"RAW, 10 1 - -.. I Imm. . Mlmm - I- -- - 0

..

I LY Off ICIAL BULLETIN

hours at 4 this afternoon w,,ill beli
open to thei public, and a demonstra-
tion of the work dlone this summer
will be given. All interested in thi s-
work are invited to attend.

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Bargains

'ublication in the Bulletin is" constructive notice to all members of.
e University. Copy, received at the office of the Sumnmer Session
ntil 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Olume Y111iW ENEISAY, AUGUWST10, 11927 Nmber 30)
,ge of Literature, Science, itnd the ,Art:
A11l Students wishing to have their records transferred to any school
ollege on thfis campus or elsewhere should leave their names in the
order's Office, Room 4, University Hall, somnetime this wveek.
Flome ie MiRecordler.
'it of LibrarLy Extension Services
rihere will be an exhibit of' University of Michigan Library Extension
ce material in Room 112 of theUnlieriy High' School on 'Tuesday,
nesday, and Thursday of this week. The exhibition. will feature current
phlet material of special interest to executives, teachers in secondary
ols, with special reference to administrative problems, the tecaching of
ish, economics, the social sciences, public speaking, and dramatics.
of this material may be borrowed during the year free of charge, by

CLASSIFIED ADS.
LOST--Panr hell rimme d glases,
Thur sday after noon on South Un-
versity. Please notify Mliss Hoff-!
man, 22217. 33, 39, 40
FOR RENT-Three room completely
furnished apartment, available iin-I
mxediately. For young conple~ teach-
ers, nurses or business gir]ls. Phone
8544. 422 F. WashingtJon. 39, 40, 41

AS Micellaneous Lot of Box -Stationery

at 10c

m 25c , 45'

ah~r'sUNIVERSITY
Wahr~sBOOK STORE

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Michigan citizens.
[here will be on exhibition also
.tiful editions.

a collection of juvenile classics

in

'ALTON LEAGUEI
PLANS MEMORIAL~
he mnembership of the Izaak Wal-_t
League of America will unite in
"fecting plans for a national me-I
vial to Will H. Dilg, founder of the
;aization, who died in Washing- !
D. C., last March, according to
announcement made at the head-J
rters of the League in Chicago!l

Rialeighi Scorl ig.
Bryan Choice

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TODAY
ONLY

WHAT A SHOW
An amazing tale of ships that
patss ini the ig4 and tihe drama
t hat stalks their decks. ,7uin-
runners, hi-3ackers, fighting, love-
naidg-try to imagine a film ro-
inaante better suited to the dashing
'John Gxilbrert!

A committee appointed at the na-
anal convention of the League in + r
icago last April has announced to:
e membership of the -organization f{
at it has -been unable to decide on
miething which, according to word
nt out to all chapters and state
visions of the League, "must be ank
pression of the esteem in which Mr.
ikwas regarded by the membership
the organization which he founded
d for which he labored so strenu-
sipp RierWil Liefnd ishRe
Suggestions have been made, among' y
hers, that a part of the Upper Mis-I
ssipi Rier Wld Lfe ad Memo-e
:ge be set aside, with appropriate} The presidency of BryanlMeo
arkings, in special recognition ,ofj rial University, lj yton, Tenn., has
e mlan wvho conceived itbeen offered to D1)r. J. Gresham Mach-j
The announcement further explains: en of Princeton University, Newv
Vill H1. Dulg has won a. permanent! esy nnucmn;o h ee
ace in the hearts of all who love tiofl w gnumle lby Malcolm Lockhart,
e outdoors. This regard must have =n h1.:'e of the promotional work
presionmustbe crrie on i orh university at New York City.
ngible form to future generations-
ho will use the outdoor playgrounds ' %IVA T T U'RE ABO, UT
has done so much to keep inviolate! U iTANS AND IL iI1.
rough organization of the Waltont-
ague, and who will be benefitted by; "The Puritan and the Pilgrim
.e new spirit of conservation he has 'Fathers" is the( title of the lecture tol
jected into American life. 1)0'w delivered at 5 'c~olocktiis after-
"it is a. simple ma4tter to think ngoon in Na tura l Science auditorium ij
a statue or monument of some'lby Prof. Albert I3y , t,of thre IistoryI
4, but the problem facing the coin- department._
ittee is that of providing something-
hich, while tangible,. will not be en- kPA GEANT REPLACED B
rely confined to any one locality. DANCE Dt Q'I '
ie committee admits a feeling of :-
competency to decide such a matter, The dtance pagieant as planned will y
iaidedl by the Waltonians of Arne- not be g iven bly the class in Natural I
ca as a whole." dancing. Inzsteuad the regular class!I

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In
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TOM[ORROW'
"HEAVEN ON. EARTH"
Co-Starring
A. 1)OREE and CON1RAD

RENEE

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Fashions cmeand fashions
go but cagres prove that
CocaCo~ais-sill the mnost
popular of all bever e s.

Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

IT HAD TO BE GOOD TO GET WH-RE IT IS -- 7 'MILLION A DAY

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tinuously clean and purify the oils.
Railroads depend on Bowser for oil
house systems, supply cars that travel
thousands of miles of track.
Automobile plants equip production
lines with Bowser systems that fuel
and lubricate new cars at one opera-
tion.
Great steel mills are Bowser-equipped
So are paint manufacturers, paper pills,
machinery makers -in fact, Bowser
pervades industry from " i" to ".
This, too, in addition to our leader-
ship in the gas and oil industry, where

LAST TIMES TODAY

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.As a First Kiss.

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This is the nameplatethat
appears on especially well-
built gasoline and oil
equipment for filing star
Lions and garages; on sys-
temns for storing oils in
industry; on lubrication
and filtration systems for
prime movers and driven

the Bowser name is rec-
ognized as the, mark of.
the leading manufac-
turer.
Men who have the am-
bition to travel and
grow with _a leader are
invited to write us.

'Majestic Events

A Sennett Comedy

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A new Aes ops Fable

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practically the run of the ship.
Also inexpensive ($385 up).
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(with college credit if desired)
' _ - under the management of the
K SCHOOL OF FOREIGN TRAVEL, Inc.
. 110 East 42nd Street, U. Y. City
Special Student Summer Sail-
ings to and from France and
;ter England July and August.
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Dependable Pumps and Tanks
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