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July 14, 1927 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1927-07-14

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

OAH I I 0 F FIfIAI RII I IFTIN

STUDENT WORK IS, SMIALL FIRE FXTINGUIJSIIED
SHOWN IN -REPORTt
A small fire at 1028 Packard St.

CL S IID ADS WANTED-Dressmaking and altering.
___L______________E ________ Call Miss Esele, 401 S. Division.
F~OR SALE--Police pups, 3 months Phone 22194. 15-16-17
old. Pedigreed stock. Will sell at -

UIII . I VII IVI~L U L.LL 111 1 Ofteentreerolento408ol-called the Fire department out at 3
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of leges and universities in the United .
the University. Copy received at' the office of the Summer Session States last year, 39 per cent of thes o'clock yesterday afternoon. Slight
untl 330 m. 11.30 . m Saurdy).students were partially or wholly self- damage was done, and the truck re-
VJ l m IIT U S A ,JU Y 1,12 u br 1 supporting, according to a study pub- turnec~ to the station- soon, after having N m er T
lished recently byth bureau of edt'- b oloe.b4 arenmbro
-- -cation, Department of th~e Interior. A' automobiles to the scene of the fire.
Excursion No. 5: total of $25,500,000 was earned bar the1
Detroit News Building, including WWJ radio broadcasting station. The , students of these institutions, it was -____________________
Detroit Public Library after lunch. Trip is over by 3 :00 P. M.- said.I
Party leaves Packard and State Street Interurb~an Station at 8 A. M. Forty-four per cent of those in co-'
Leave names in Room' -8, University THall by Friday, 6i P. M., to insure educational institutions earned their suLI
adequate transportation facilities. Total expense about $2.50. way, according to the Bureau, and a
* Gritori i ells, Director of Excursions, third of the students in men's colleges

t half price if tak~en this week.,-122
Adams Ave. 15-16-17 1
l{'OR SALE-Ford touring $100, ex-
f cellent condition, new rubber. An
exceptional buy. 1028 Church,1

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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. today.
J. Sund wall.
Phl Delta Kappa:
All members are requested to be present at a luncheon at the Michi-
gan Union, Women's Room, on Tuesday, July 19, beginning promptly at 12.
The purpose is nomination of new members and to get acquainted.
Niagara Falls Photographs:
A number of the photographs- taken during the recent excursion to
Niagara Falls are now on display in the office of Professor Kirtley F.
Mather, Room G 223, Natural Science Building, Copies of these photographs
may be obtained by members of the party if orders are left before Friday at
that office.
Kirtley F. Mlatlier.
-OAKLAND, Calif.-A flight from BATTLE CREEK, Neb.--Lubber,
Americ~a to the Orient' is the latest am- largest horse in the world, died here.
bition of Lieut Lester J. Maitland andj Lubber weighed 3,12b pounds, stood 21
Albert Hegenberger. hands high, and was six years old.

and a sixtn of tnose in women's col-
leges earned at least a part of their
expenses.
The bureau included 600 colleges
and universities in its survey. Of that
number only 27 reported no student
earnings during the school year.
DES MOINES, Ia.-The Rainbow Di-
vision may go to Paris for its 1928
convention.

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NEW AND SECOND-HAND

Wahr'sUNIVERSITY
~AkI~BOOK STORE

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Not Ten Below, But Its'
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wvili be'glad

to darn

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socks,

mend the rips, and

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LOVE 'EM
ANDTAG'EM!

sew on buttons. Your work
is returned to you in a man-'
nrthat wvil sati sfyv the most

He flirted so much he had to put identifica-
tion tags on the girls, so hie wouldn't repeat.
It's an idea boys. But don't let the 'tagged
ones get together. Just one of the hilarious
touches that lifts this out of the class of all
other love pictures. Resplendent with court,
and military scenes.

fastidious.

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This is the nameplate that
appears on especially well-
built gasoline and oil
equipment for filling sta-
tions and garages; on sys-
tems for storing oils in
industry; on lubrication
and filtration sy'stems for
prime movers and driven
machines.

A automobiles increase,
better gas &I ; x oil
service willU. xnP1
What has beer--,Lone. by
rule- of -thumb v.21 Iclone
scientifically.
Already there has beep.gneait
progress-but that $s rAla-
tivdly ioti-ing, cc ?m: ar
with what': is to be.
those who are wTv .Ec-:,
will grow accordingly!

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Call

Also

KITTY FROM KILLARNEY
with Alice Day
L ocal s-News-No velty

With
GRETA NISS'EN

And great Cast

Depenwdable Paj and 2 t A
TORONTO LONitD N -PAIS bLRU.
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LIBERTY AT FIFTH

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Sunday-Dolores Costello in ."A MILLION BID"

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Extra Matinee

Tomorrow at 3:30

The Rockford Players
Second Summer Season
Every Evening Except
Wed. -Sat. Matinee

Because of Unprecedented Demand

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

"CRADLE

SNATC'HERS"

Also TONIGH Tand FRIDAY at 8:15 and SATURDAY Matinee at 3:30. Opening Saturday. Night "Pigs"

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