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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL. BULLET IN
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 WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1927 Number 21
Excursion No. 6:
Inspection tours under special guides through the Hotel Statler and
the General Motors Building. This gives an unusual opportunity to see
the many-sided activities connected with the operation of large metropolitan
buildings.
The party will leave by motor bus at 8:40 A. M., Saturday, July 23,
from in front of the Michigan Union. Leave names in Room 8, University
Hall by Friday, July 22, 6 P. M.
Carlton F. Wells, Director of Excursions.
Aeronautical Wind Tunnel:
The aeronautical wind tunnel in the basement of the East Engineering
Building will be open for inspection of Summer Session students all this
week. After that tests will be started and the public will not be admitted.
John 1). Akerman.
Change of Office Hours:
My office hours at the Health S ervice beginning today are 11 to 12
and 1 to 2.
Margaret Bell, M.D.
Phi Delta Kappa:
There will be a meeting Thursday evening, July 21, at 7 o'clock in
Room 12, Tappan Hall, for the purpose of electing new members to the
fraternity.
W. W. Haggard, President.
Sidewalk Slabs:
Broken sidewalk slabs may be had for the hauling. Excellent for
stepping stones. Call Buildings and Grounds department or get directly
from campus.
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent Buildings and Grounds.
Read The Daily "Classified" Columns'

SACCO, VANZET TI
FINISH THIRD DAY
OF HUNGER STRIKE
(13y Associated, Press)
BOSTON, July 19.-Nicolo Sacco
and Bartolomeo Vanzetti completed
the third day of their self-imposed1
fast at the Charlston State prison to-
night without touching the supper of
conrflakes and milk, break and tea.
Sacco now has refused all food since
supper Saturday night, while Van-
zetti's only nourishment has been an
occasional cup of coffee.
In the absence of any direct state-
ment from the two condemned. men
concerning the duration and the cause
of the huger strike, the Sacco-Van-
zettthdefense committee and prison
officials are the sources of conflict-
ing information on the subject.
The committee stated Saturday,
night that Vanzetti was planning aI
hunger strike in protest over the
manner in which Governor Fuller is
conducting his investigation of their
case since they were sentenced to!
death for murder. Prison officials,
until the weather moderated today,
have attributed their refusal of food!
to the week-long hot spell.
WOMAN IS ELECTED
IOWA SUPERVISOR'
DES MOINES, Ia.-Iowa is ac-
customed to the election of women as
supervisiors of its state public schoolf
system.
Miss Agnes Samuelson is the sec-
ond member of her sex to serve as
state superintendent of public instruc-
tion. Her predecessor, Miss May.

THE UMME MICIGANDAIL PANOWH

Francis, was the first women elected
to state office in Iowa. Miss Samuel-
s:1, a resident of Shenandoah, has
centered her efforts upon development
of community centers in rural dis-
tricts, and her favorite pastime is
preparing pageants for children. !
SANTIAGO, Chile.-The government
has decreed that after October 12 only
the form of spelling sanctioned by the
Royal Spanish academy of Madrid may
be taught in Chilean schools.

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED-Dressmaking and alter-
ing. Miss Eisele, 401 S. Division.
Phone 22194.. 21-22-23
FOR RENT-Furnished house. Fine
home in southeast esction, Septem-
ber 1, to responsible party. Adults
only. Owner, 933 Forest. Phone
I6047. 21-22-23
FOR SALE-For second hand port-
able typewriters, see Kamm, 110 So.
Ingalls. Phone 6374. 20,21,22
LOST-A fraternity and sorority pin
in ladies' rest room down town.1
Will finder please call 6367 or re-
turn to 818 Oakland and receive
reward. 20,21,
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Take a canoe on your next
picnic on the river bank.
SAUNNER'S CANOE LIVERY
Huron River at Cedar St.

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CLAIRE ADAMS-ERIC MAYNVE-EMILY FITZROY
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A Novelty SHOU D SLEEP Ie
OF THE WORLD WALKERS MARRtY NPORT1WGHT
SUNDAY-LON CHANEY in "THE UNKNOWN"

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but don't give up tf
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Made
for pipes only!
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JUNE DAYS ... Youth steps on the gas. A round of
golf. . . sailing, with rails awash . . . tennis . . . a
dip in the surf .. , a spin down the road at twilight .. .
June nights . . . white flannels . . . a dance at the
country club. A riot of music.. . white hot. The girl
with the asbestos slippers... on with the dance. Then
home-the way silvered with June moonlight-in your
Erskine Sport Coupe.
Dietrich, America's peerless custom designer, has
styled it with the sophisticated Parisian manner for
America's youth. Trim as a silk glove, yet at no sacrifice
of roominess .. two in the commodious lounge seat
and two more in the rumble seat-just a foursome.
Youthful in its eager performance too. Rides any
road at sixty-smoothly as a drifting canoe. Goes
through traffic like a co-ed through her allowance.
Skyrockets up the steepest hill like a climbing pursuit
'plane. Stops in its own length, turns in its own shadow
and parks where you want to park.
Joyous June, All too short ... lots of glorious living
to be crowded into one month. Make the most of it-
with an Erskine Coupe-the car that matches the
spirit of Youth.
The Erskine Six Sport Coupe, x illustrated, sells for $99
o. b. factory, complete with front and rear bumpers and self-
enrgizing4-wheelbrakes. See it at any Studebakershowiroom.

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