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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFriCIAL BULLETIN'
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. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday).
Volume Y111 WED)NESD~AY, JULY 13, 1927 Number 15
Excursion No. 4:{
Ford River Rouge industries, including, the blast furnace, steel mill, coke
ovens, Fordson plant, glass plant, and 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. M., in front of Angell Hall, State Street. Round trip tickets
($1.00) may be secured in Room 8, University hall up to this noon.
Carlton 'Wells, Director of Excursions.
Faculty Concert (Conplimentary) :
James Hamilton, tenor, Mabel Ross Rhead, pianist, and Maude Okkel-
berg, accompanist, will provide the following program in Hill Auditorium,
Wednesday, July 13th. at 8:0)0 o'clock. The general public is invited, but is
requested to come on time as the doors will be closed during numbers. For
obvious reasons small children will not be admitted. Andante con VariazioniC
(Haydn) Mabel Ross Rhead; Aria, Care Selve (from the opera "Atilanta")
(Handel), Arioso "Vesti la guibba" (from the opera "I Pagliacei") (Leon-
cavallo), James Hamilton;. Intermezzo, Op. 118 No. 6 (Brahms), Scherzo, Op.
3 (Arensky),x Gnomenreigen (Liszt) Mabel Ross Rhead; Black Sheep, where
you left you' Lamb (A Kentucky Negro Lullaby) (Manney), My Way's Cloudy 4
(Burleigh), Were you there (Manney), Run, Mary, Run (Guion) JamesI
Hamilton. Charles A. Sink.
Public Health Lectures :
Dr. L. L. Lumsden, Surgeon, United States Public Health Service, will
"'speak on the subject of Epidemiology, in the auditorium of the Dental Build-
ing at 4 P. M. Wednesday and Thursday.
J. Suudwall. {
To Members of the F'aculties and Staff Making C iommni cationas to thed
Regents :
Will, memlbers of the Faculties and staff who have occasion to send
communications to the Bo :id of Regents kindly prepare, in the future,
fourteen (14) cc Ies of each coinnnunication? This is one more copy than
has been customary hitherto.
l . E. R1obins, Assistant to the President.
INDIANA.-The building of the pro-:' SOSN-sabiheto
posed Union will probably be pst- school of public service may take
poned b~ecause of lack of funds. ; place here to train students in politics.
INDIANA.-G. Dalla Newton, facul- ILLINOIS-Rewards have been of-
ty; supervision of The Student is leav-' feted to those having contributions
ing his position, published in the Siren.

New Eaves-Thoughs~ ABANDON DAYLIGHT SAY1ING
Put On M ason Hall I O (By Associated Press)
j IRONMOUNTAIN, July 12.-.Irona
"Itai'tno setogrubl a' cm- Mountain and Kingsford have gone
"It in' nouseto rumle i crn-back to standard tine, after a short
Mlain', experiment with daylight saving time.
It's jest as cheap an' easy to re- j h ulcidcto httepa
joke, was not successful, seen in protest
.Z~hn Gd srtsouttheweaheran'signed by more than 2,000 persons, was
sends ain I he reason for abolishing the plax.
tWhy, rain's my choice." j,
At least the B. and G. boys are
going to be prepared for he worst. 1
After two weeks of incesant ham- SU M LKL 4
mering and clammering otide the l
public speaking rooms in Mason Hall,
much to the disgust of Prof. Hollis-
ter and to the distraction of hi,; stud J1
ents in Interpretaion of Longer Plays,
the building is merely getting new:
eavestroughs. The numerous scaf-' NI
folds clinging to the building, and
the deafening noise during classes
betokened something more import-
ant than this slight addition t) VJni-
versity property, but such is not, the
case.____________ _-

CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOR SALE-Police pups, 3 months
old. Pedigreed stock. Will sell at
*half price if taken this week. 122
Adams Ave. 15-16-17
WANTED-Dressmaking and altering.
Call Miss Eisele, 401 S. Division.
Phone 22194. 15-16-17

WEDlNESDAY, JULY 13, 1927
LOST-Cameo broach in gold filigree
setting. Return to 1145 Washtenaw.
Phone 3597. Reward. 13, 14, 15
LOST--A Nu Sigma Nu pin, near Lib-
erty and State. Address Box 197,
Michigan Daily 13, 14, 15
Subscribe for the Summer
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Never in the 56 weeks of stock production have the Rockford Players presented such an overwhelming comedy success as (
"6CRADLE SNATCHERS" which runs for 3 more performances Tomorrow Night through Saturday mnatinee -in Sarah Caswell
Angell Hall.w
May we personally recommend "CRADLE SNATCHERS" Is the funniest play in our history and assure you an unequalled
evening of smart modern American farce.
Robert Henderson, Director.

Sarah Caswell AngellHall
(above, Barbour Gymnasium)
All seats reserved at 75c
at Bookstores and Door
Matinees 50 and 75 Cents

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