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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY'

____________________= --NE AIR FIGHTER 'ET WOMEN'S LEAGUE
IIkIfl rI rR TETST YESTERDAY WILN ER AI-
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CI '(GY Associated Press)'F R M S KE NS
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of NEW YORK, July 11.-A new air
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session fighter equipped with turrets andI Miss Elsie Herndon Kearns, of the
( ni :0p .(1:0a .Stra) brstlig itRockifounrwildn-Players, will be the guest D
i- untl 3:3 p. m (11:0 a. n. Saurday) brisling ith mchinegunhonor uat thehonteat givena Wednesdaysay !0
1Volume T1I1 TUESDAY JULY 12, 1927 Number 14 dergo flying tests at Mitchell Field afternoon from 4 to 5 o'clock in the L
I___________ ____________________________________________________today in the 'presence of Gaen. James parlors of Barbour guymnasiumn, by
Excursion No. 4:E.Fceastnt hifo thle Women's League. Wives of the Iic
gru deans o f the University will also be
Ford River Rouge industries, including the blast furnace, steel mill, coke Uie ttsArCrs n ru of officers from McCook Field, Day-,gets ~
ovens, Fordson plant, glass ,plant, and ore docks. 'All of the above will be seen t oO. 1uss
in operation. The new bomber is a Curtis biplane !- - -- .,
The party will leave in special motor buases, Wednesday afternoon, July j equipped with twos 600-horse power'
13; at 1:15 P. M., in front of Angell Hall, State Street. Round trip tickets Cur'tismtr.~TN1 JE C O J
($1.00) must be secured in Room 8, University Hall, by Tuesday, 6 P. M. }fwfgtn qimn ossso
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursionis. 1 six machine guns, in four armored
lturrets. In the forward turret are
Men's Educational Club: two; the after part of the fuselage
Regent J. E. Heal will speak at the regular meeting of/the Meus' Educa- is another with two more guns. TheI E&
tional (Hub this evening, July 12. His° subject will be "Some Thoughts About other two turrets, on the wing -behind
English Universities." There will be special music. A .large attendance is the motors on either side, are armed l N W A
desired. each with one gun.
The Committtee. The plane known as a Condor, has
provisions for 2,400 pounds of highl
Women's Educational Chub: explosive bombs. It will be mannedt
The Women's Educational Club will meet at the H-aunted Tavern this by a pilot, bomber and four machine I
evening, at 6:3 P. M. Mrs. Herbert S. Mallory will speak on "The Social gunners.If
Development of the Child." The plane is to have a cruising ra- ---____
The Comittee. dius of 700 miles at 105 miles an hour.
Lieut, Eugene Batten of McCook
Field Bias been designated pilot for the}
TODAY AND WEDNESDAYr hi tetfigt

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Serving is the best way
of Selling in the bond business
IT IS a disproven idea that bond selling is merely
Ia matter of making friends and using them as a re-
ceptive outlet for whatever issues come to hand. The
worth-while bond house does not want its bonds sold
that way. It trains its representatives to work more
constructively.
When the house and the man representing it are
known for their carefulness in fitting the bond to the
investor, it builds confidence and subordinates sell-
ing to serving.w
Men who represent Halsey, Stuart & Co. are
tip ined in this policy. It enables them to grow in the
bond business and to find a worth-while outlet for
their'capacity and ambition.
College men should find out all they can about the
bond business before deciding for or against it as a vo-
cation. That will correct any erroneous ideas they
may have about it or their owen fitness or lack of fit-
ness for it.
You will find accurate and helpful information on this
subject in a pamphlet we have prepared forcollege men.
Write for pamphlet MA
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ST. LOUIS BOSTON MILWAUKEE MINNEAPOLIS
359 North 4th St. 85' Devonshire'St. 425 East Water St. 6o8 Second Ave., S.

(SRE AT electric plants 'are lubri-
cated by Bowser systems that con-
tinuously clean and purify the oils.
Railroads depend on Bowser for oil
house systems, supply cars that travel
thuad fmlso rc,*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 mills,
machinery makers- in' fact, Bowser
pervades industry from i"to"yi
This, too, in addition to our leader-
ship in the gas and oil industry, where

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appears on especially well-
built gasoline and oil
equipment for filling sta-
bions and garages; on sys-
tems for storing oils in-
industry; on lubrication
and filtration systems for
grime movers and driven
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A Riot of Fun!

Ask Anyone Who Saw It!

The Rockford Playerst
Second Summer Seawn .
'Every Evening Except
Wied.-Sat. Matinee-

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