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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN

DAILY

DAI LY OIFFI C IA.L 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. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume VIII SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1927 Number IS
French 190-French Bibliography:
This course- will meet at 3:00 o'clock Monday, July 18, Room 301 Uni-
veristy Library.
This meeting will be devoted to discussion and examination of several
books dealing with French Civilization in certain aspects. These volumes
are reserved at present on the shelves of the Graduate Reading Room 2. All
interested are welcome.
Wm. A. McLaughlin.
Excursion No. 5:
Detroit News Building, including WWJ radio broadcasting station. The
Detroit Public Library after lunch. Trip is over by 3:00 P. M.
Party leaves Packard and State Street Interurban Station at 8 A. M.
Leave names in Room 8, University Hall by Friday, 6 P. M., to insure
dequate transportation facilities. Total expense about $2.50.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
Phi Delta Kappa:
All members are requested to be present at a luncheon at the Michi-
an Union, Women's Room, on Tuesday, July 19, beginning promptly at 12.
Phe purpose is nomination of new members and to get acquainted,
hinese Studeits Picnic:
The party will leave Lane Hall at 2:30 today.
Florence Chen, Secretary.
New United States Ship For Patrol Duty
In Arctic Waters Was Recently Launched

NUNGESSER=COLI CLUE HEAT WA VE TAKES Many were drowned in seeking relief came from Pennsylvania, where seve
HAS BEEN DISCREDITED1 45 LIoVES IN EAST om the humidity. ral inland communities reported 98
Fat LtiesSbyNstate degrees. In New York city, the high-
(By Ass te Press) (By Associated Press) Jersey, 10; Connecticut, 3; Massa- est was 91 degrees, the average was
ST. JOHNS, N. F., July 15.-The NEW YORK, July 15.-Deaths diI chusetts, 2; New Hampshire, 1; Penn- aso4the mid-July average for the
spark of hope kindled yesterday when recently attributed to the sat wave un sylvania, 9; upper New York, 12; Newlt4earst
twontl huntersd o tereportedun-Y hwreckageeathaineslthei
wo hunters reported wreckage in the der which the eastern states have York City, 7; and North Carolina, 1. Te ines heaty, resld -
interior which was believed to be the swlee+o he ashdmutd oa 45. farmers in Berks county, Pennsylva-
ntrrwhhwsbeivdtbetesweltered for three days had mounted Total4. nia,,-harvesting their wheat by moon-
remains of the plane flown by Nun- to 45 today, with scores prostrated. The highest temperature report nigharesting der whe by.
gesser and Coli was virtually extin-

guished today when Maj. F. Sidney
Cottn, after talking with the two men,
discredited their story.
(By Associated Press)
BERLIN, July 15.-A bottle has been
washed up on the shore of Wangeroog
Island in the North Sea, containing
the rough sketch of a map and the
following not written in French on a
scrap of paper:
"Save us. Without bread. Without
water. On a little island of Atlantic.
Nungesser and Coli."
According to the sketch, the bottle
was thrown into the sea west of the
Bermudas.

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This is Uncle Sam's newest and most ub-to-date coast guard cutter. It
s pictured here sailing down the Pvtanau river from its dock in the
Washington navy yard on its way to the Arctic waters where it will be
ased on patrol duty in the Coast D efense Service.
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Stealing Hearts!
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"The Oklahoma Slickers"
Next Week "CRADLE SNATCHERS"

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Last Time This Afternon at 3:30-The Hit f the Season

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

"CRADLE

SNATCHERS"

Opening TONIGHT at 8:15-John Golden's Popular Farce-"PIGS" Eeerybody
likes "Pigs"

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