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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

CHIEF JUSTICE TAFT, NEARLY commanding view." In the center owBeho
CHEFER EB the room stands a large desk. - later
SEVEN Y, EESENiJOB books. On the fourth side is an open vario
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P ciyLAssoatPress) fireplace, and above it hangs a large Elihu
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of (rrito hecifjuti'sfter .)
WASHNGTN, uly6.-Untrubld tcesip.portrait of the chief justice's father, 1Harva
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session WASHINGTON,Jy
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday). by the maddening swirl of politics, The talk took place in the study
Volume VIII THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1 927 Number Ill William Howard Taft is rounding out which he fitted out for himself some
years ago in his home on Wyoming
his seventieth year happier in his Ave. It is a third floor room, jutting
Faculty arnd Students: daily work than he ever has been be-
An informal reception for the faculty and students of the Summer fore, in or out of office.
session will be held Friday evening in Barbour Gymnasinum from 8:30 to 1 As he looks baci over the two score Dn
11 o'clock. years of public service, the only man {
EIdwIrdi .Krans. who has been both president and chief
7 7, j~~ustice says quite frankly that he,," I
Excursion 1\O! 3-Niagai'a Falls, July S-1: "v e"s
cet s . of ( does not consider that lie was "fitted" 1108 So. Univ. OPP&
Tilcket Sales: for the political arena, and that he
A representative of the D. & C. Line will be in Room 8, University Hall. would rather be where he is today
on Thursday, July 7, from 1:30 to 4:30 P. M. All those intending to go with than in the White House.
this party should purchase tickets from him during that time. The round- He is so well satisfied, and so great-
trip ticket covering transportation by boat from Detroit to Buffalo, by rail ly encouraged over the recent improv-
from Buffalo to Niagara Falls, through the Niagara Gorge, by rail from cment in his health, that le has no
Niagara Falls to Buffalo, and by boat from Buffalo to Detroit will cost itentio of leaving the bench when We are Serving nianv)
$12.35. Staterooms on the boat between Detroit and Baffalo will cost $4,00 he becomes eligible for retirement. He
per room, regardless of the number of occupants of the room. The rooms} will be 70 years old in September and Specialties of the highest
are equipped with a double lower berth and a single upper berth; thus they ! if he chose couldretire on full pay in
may be occupied by as many as three persons. Rooms for both the going (1931, when he completes 10 years ser- Coffee is The fines1 grade
and the return journey should be purchased Thursday afternoon., vice as chief justice. But he prefers
Parties of two or three, as desired, should be arranged by Thursday to remain in harness.
afternoon so that proper arrangements for stateroom accommodations may These disclosures were made to the
be made. Teedslsrswr aet h Breaefasts, Lunches,
Additioai Costs: Associated Press by Mr. Taft in a
r1friendly aind iitimate talk just be- Sand-wiches ofal kinds
A special rate of $1.50 for the round trip-between Ann Arbor and DetroitIfreedltashimatetl sf-r 0' L
has been secured from the interurban line. These tickets are to be purchased fore he left Washington -recently for
from the conductor after boarding the car Friday afternoon. his summer home in Canada. He now Wiliam Howard Taft
A special rate of $2.00 per person for the sleeping accommodations at has consented to publication of this
talk in which he touched on many I out romn the main structure o the
the Temperance House has been secured. This payment will be made Sunday k ous Frmerly a seeping o t __________________
when checking out from the ho, personal subjects and discussed, with house. Formerly a sleeping porch, ithe convenient l
Tickets for admission to the Cave of the Winds and for the ride of the a knowledge no other man ever pos- has windows on three sides and pro-
Maid of the Mist wil cost 85 cents and 50 cents respectively. These will be sessed, the comparative requirements vides what the chief justice described
purchased at the time of admission to the Cave and of boarding the boat. of the presidency and the chief jus- with his infectious chuckle as "a ___
Departurb From Anni Arbor: 1111[}}_i__i__iiNl1i -
Special cars wil leave the corner of Eackard and State Streets promptly
at 3:15 P. AT. Friday, July s.
Professor Kirtley I'. llathier. SW IFT'S DRUG STORE
French Bibliography (French l1)0) :
Monday, July 11, meeting in University Library, Room 301. - -for--
The next meeting in this course will take place in the University Lib-
rary, Room 301, and will be devoted to an examination and discussion of - 1 A DD V L PN
certain significant books dealing with French Geography and Iistory. The PRINTING AND DEVELOPING
books will be on exhibition in one of the rooms in the Library. All interestedc
In the subject are invited to attend.
Wn. A. 3lelLaugmlim ALL WORK GUARANTEED
NEWS BRIEFS ing slowly but without a halt before - ONE DAY SERVCE
John Drew today as physicians at-
(By Asspciated Press)r
LODN Jsy6.AtePrss) t dy f tending the noted actor declared they Eastman Films Carried in Stock
ffeared he could not live tQ the end of -
strenuous debate, in which many ! the next 48 hours.
women took an active part, the church
assembly by an overwhelming majori-- - - - - - - - -- ---

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ty accepted today the revised book of
conimon prayer of the Church of Eng-
land, which has deeply stirred church
circles The vote was 517 for revision

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and 133 against.
HONOLULU, July 6.-First Lieut.
Charles Linton Williams was drowned
to'day during an aerial demonstration
of army planes in farewell to Lieuts.
Lester J. Maitland and Albert Hagen-
berger, who flew here from Oakland,
California, Jnue 29.
William's plane dived into the water
near the liner Maui, off Fort De
Ruffi, carrying him down with it. Ef-
flrts to rescue Williams failed and
attempts were made to recover his
body. I
Williams was born in Arizona in
1898. He was appointed to West
Point from Tennessee, graduating in
1918. He was unmarried.j1
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6.-The cur-
tain on the stage of life was descend-

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