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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY

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0 A !Ll tYeFFICIAl 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 FRID)AY, JULY 22, 1927 Number 23
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.
Phyltiological Cheinis'ry, 0l1s:
The work covered by the second half of the lectures in this course will
begin on Friday, July 22. Students who are enrolled in the work of the
last part of the course should report at 7:00 in the West Amphitheatre, West
Medical Building.
H. B. Lewis.
Stydents Interested in Debating:
The class in debating will hold its first debate this evening at eight
o'clock in the Adelphi Literary Society room, on the 4th floor of Angell Hall.
The question for debate is: Resolved: "That the Republican Party Should be
Returned to Power at Washington." The debate is open to the public and
no cards of admission are required. Elevator service will be available from
the 1st floor.
Ralph J. Harlan.
PRANK URGES COMBINING SOCIAL WITH: SPIRITUAL
MADISON, Wis.-"The church is the strive.
place where we may spiritualize our Another feature of the short course
social program and socialize our I was the presentation of certificates
spiritual program." by Dean H. L. Russell, of the ollege
This is-the opinion of President of Agriculture, to five pastors who

number of states. Clergymen from the
Baptist, Catholic, Congregational, Ep-
is copal, Methodist Episcopal, Mora-
vian, Presbyterian, Reformed in
United States and the United Luth-
eran churches were in attendance.
WASH"TENAW GOL
COURSE IS SHADEDI
(By Associated Press)
YPSILANTI, July 21.-One of the
most pleasant points on the course of
the Washtenaw country club where4
the state golf tournament will be
held is the tee of the .eleventh hole,
which is in the shade of an enormous
oak tree. The driving grounds of
the seventh hole also are tree shaded
during the most of the day as is the
tee of the twefth hole.I
To provide shelter at other points
of the course, for players as well as
spectators, small gaily colored canopy
tents have been erected, five or six of
these dotting the course at places of
advantage.

LOCAL MOVIE TO
--E FILMED SOON
Within one week the people of Ann
Arbor will have the privilege of view-
ing the making motion pictures by a
regular unit of a large Hollywood1
studio.

The Majestic theater and the Times
News are at present completing a dealj
with the Berkova Production, Inc., of
the West coast whereby this complany
will come to Ann Arbor for the initial
"shooting" on July 28.
The winning scenario in the com-
petition now running will be filmed.

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 esctidn, Septem-
ber 1, to responsible party. Adults
only. Owner, 933 Forest. Phone
6047. .21-22-23

Book of interest
Book ar gainis to--
Teachers, Preachers, Librarians and
Summer School Students
9 UNIVERSITY
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Dancers1
Prefer the
Lantern
BALLROOM
ISLAN )- LAKE
Dancing Nightly except Mondays
Sunday Matinees 3 to 6
McKINNEY'S FAMOUS
COTTON PICKERS
Orchestra
A Jean Goldkette presentation
Grand River Ave. near Brighton

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Clearance

Glenn Frank of the University of
Wisconsin, as expressed in addressing
the 90 clergymen attelnding the sum-I
mer course for church workers at the
state agricultural college.
President Frank called attention to!
a church which had these words carv-
ed over its door, "Dedicated to the
worship of God and the service of
Man," which he held Ap as an ideal
toward which all churches should

had attended the two-weeks' course
for three summers. O. P. Lovik, pas-
tor of the Omro Baptist church and
John Wilcox, of the Rewey Method-
ist Episcopal church, were the Wis-
consin pastors to receive, this award.
Others were V. G. Lowery, of Ala-
bama; R. V. Hinkle, Oregon, and
Paul Engle, of Texas.
The ninety pastors hail from some
20 Wisconsin counties and the same

SA7LE
Fall Collegiate Suits
Actual Values
$40, $50 to $60
$25.00
By special arrangement with the Adler Co. we are able to
offer 100 new fall suits that have just arrived at this ridiculous-

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Never A Horse R ace like Thi!
Here's a tale of Laughs, Love and Flying
Hoofs -with the new
Jackie Coogan
Johnny Get Yous Hfair Cut

Even if you are not in the mafket for a new

PRISCILLA
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DIUrwE 9aPAUL POWELL
Meagd isa~ coaR
TREASURE!
Did you ever dream of finding pirates' loot-gleaming gems,
gold ingots, pieces of eight, and the like? Here's a grip-
ping picture story that will realize your fondest dreams-
renew your youth and bring back the thrill of days when
"all the world was young."
Sunday-Dolores Costello in "A MILLION BID"

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BIG MEN! We have some very fine Worsted Suits for you
in all sizes, in blues, browns and dark grays, also at $25.
$8 to $10.00 Pants....$650
$8 to $10 Knickers..$6.50
$6.50 Linen Knickers$4.50
Straw Hats ....... .$1.00
$1.00 Athletic Underwear, 3 for $1.50
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The Rockford Players
Second Summer Season
Every Evening Except
Wed;-Sat. Matinee

Opening TONIGHT at 8:15-Bernard Shaw's Brilliant Farce

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Shaw at his best in a satire on flaming youth and the elder generation!

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