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SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1927TH SUMR ICGA DIL

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAC
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DAI LY O0F F ICIAL B ULLETI N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday).
V0luiiie VIII S UNDlAY; .1ULY 10, 1927 Number 13

GUILD GOES TO came connected with the Anatomy
JOHN. H JOPI INS laboratory here in 1912. He is also
'the author of several series of re-
According to a recent announce-I search papers particularly on Otology.
ment, Prof. Stacy R. Guild, of the Ana- Dr. E. S. McKibben, of London, On-
tomy department in the University, f tario, will take up Dr. Guild's former
lino __;+n~ +_fhn an ,_ F duties.

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Director of the Otological Laboratory

CL ASSIFIEDl ADS.

Excursion No. 4:
Ford River Rouge industries, including the blast furnace, steel mill, coke
ovens, Fordson plant, glass plant, andl ore docks. *All of the above will be seen
in operation.
The party will leave in special motor busses, Wednesday afternoon, July
13, at 1:15 P. MV., in front of Angell, Hall, State Street. Round trip tickets
($1.00) must be securedl iniRooml 3, University :Hall, by Tuesday, 6 P. M.
Carlton Wells, D~irector of Excursions.
French Ribliograpiy (French 190) :
Monday, July 11, meeting in University Library, Room 301.
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
certain significant books dealing with French Geography and History. The
books 5will beC on exhibition in one of the rooms in the Library. All interested
in the subject are invited to attend.
Wit). A. McLaughilin
Men'u Educational Cluj):
Regent J. El. Peal will speak at the regular mneeting of the Mens' Educa-
tional Club onl Tuesday eventing, July 12. His subject will be "Some
Thoughts About English Universities." There will be special music. A
large attendance is desired.
The Committee.
Women's Educationial Clubi:
The Women's Educational Club) will meet at thte Haunted Tavern Tues-
day, June 12, at 6:30 P. M. Mrs. Hlerbert S. Mallory will speak on "The
Social Development ofl the Child."
The Committee.
Hlinduistan Club:
The Club picnic will be held today, July 9. All the members are requested
to meet either at Lane hall or at the island at 2 P. M. Friends are welcome,
but information should be given beforehand. For such purposes call 21734
between 11:30 and 12:00 A. M.
S. S. IBerar.
Aeronautical Laboratory:
Wanted a dlraftsman to work on instrumients in Aeronautical Laboratory.
See Mr. J. D. Akerinan, Room 304, East Engineering Building.
J. I1). Ackermni.
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of Johns Hopkins university. This
new position will involve almost every j LOST-Cameo broach in gold filigree
phase of ear research.j setting. Return to 1145 Washtenaw.
Dr. Guild has been working at Johns Phone 3597. Reward. 13, 14, 15
Hopkins this past year, being on leave4
of absence from the University facul- LOST-A Nu Sigma Nu pin, near Lib-
ty. He received his preliminary de- erty and State. Address Box 197,1
grees from Washburn college -and be- Michigan Daily 13, 14, 15

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turned into a figh1ting~ lion! And lie carried
his college to victor -itihe miost sensational
race ever seeni!

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Tillie's in te Movies Now!

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JACK MUJLHALL and CHAS. M URRAY'

Adapted by hard Sehofield from the Play by Ji. C.

and Elliott Nugenut.

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The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta. Ga.
W.hen Three Are
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CocaCola is enjoyed
by more people, of
more ages, at more
places than any
other drink.
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Inilierial Comnedy
kMlthl(~i\ILOCALS
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T{)JA 'S, IES
Show s Sunday
2:00-3 :35-7 :25-9:00
Prices Sunday
Balcony, 35c
Ifaiii floor, 50c
Chfldren, 100

Russ Westover's

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comic-strip that has tickled
the ribs of the nation, has
now been brought to life
in a hilarious, lovable filmh
play. And what Marion
Davies does with the role
of Tillie!

Granger Rough Cut is made by the Liggett & Myers Tobacco

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