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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIUAN DAILY

PAGE THREiB

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DAILY OFFICIAL

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. m. Saturday).
Volume T1 THURSDAY, J1ULY 129, 1926 Number 114
Public Speaking 193-Omie Act Plays:
The class in One-Act Plays will give a public performance of three plays
Friday evening, July 30, at 8:16 in University Hall. The programn will in-
clude "The New Poor", by Gertrude Jennings, "Will o' the Wisp", by Doris
Halman, and "Evening Dress Indispensable", by Roland Pert wee. Reserved
seats at Water's and Slater's. Price 75 cents. General admission, 50 cents.
1IL C. Hunter.
Al'onien Students:
The Women's, League will be at home to nurses, students. in Public
Health Nursing and women students in the Medical School Thursday, July
29, from 3:30 to 5:00 o'clock in Barbour Gymnasium.
G~race Richards, Actinig Deani of Womten.
Teachers' Diplomas:
Students expecting to complete (during the Summer Session) the re-
quiremnents for degrees or for teachers' dip~lomas are reqluested to call at the
office of the Secretary of the School in which they are> enrolled and fill out
the necessary blanks preparatory to the payme~nt of the diploma fees to the
University Treasurer. Edward H1. Kraus.
Examnationi Schedule:
The final examinations in the Schools and Colleges on the eight weeks
basis will be conducted according to the schedule printed on page 230 of the'
Summer Session Announcement. This schedule will also be printed in the
last weekly bulletin and posted on tihe various bullet in boards. All classes
will continue to meet regularly until Wednesday noon. August 11.
Edward It. hKraus.
Statements of Credit :
In the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, in the School of
Education andl in the Graduate School, credlit for work done during the
Summer Session will be recorded] and credit. coupons mailed in strict ac-
cordance with the blanks on file in these offices. Students should make sure
that their election cards and the addresses on their coupons agree with the
facts. Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, and of
Pharmacy desiring to he notified of the results of the examinations should
leave addressed and stamped envelopes in their respective registration
o ff1ices. Edward It. Kraus.
Attention Householders:
All householders having rooms available for men students for the first
semester 1926.27 are requested to list their rooms at once with the Ofilct
of the Dean of Students. Call 6115.
F. B. War Assistant Dean.
Attention Faculty :
Any faculty member who has~ a house to sublet for the college year 1926-
1921 will please call the Office of the Dean of Students (6il5) and list, as
soon as possible. F. B. Wahir, Assistant Deani.
SW e have one of the most corn-
p lete lines of Magazines in the

Women's Educational Clutb:
Oil Thursday evening, July 29, at 8 o'clock the Women's Educational
Club will hold a benefit bridge party for the Women's League Building Fund,
at the home of Miss Cieo Murtland, S:36 Tappan. Tables may be reserved by
calling Ethel Servis, 7388. Ethel Servis.
Phi Delta Kappa Iitiation anid Banquet:
Informal initiation of new members will be held Thursday evening, July
29, at 7 P. M., Tappan Hall. Formal initiation will be held at the Union
Friday afternoon, July 30, at 4 P. M. followed by a banquet at 6 P. M. Dr.
George S. Counts, Professor of Secoudry Education, of Yale University, will
speak, Notification of attendance must be made for banquet reservations.
A complete chapter membersbip is urged.

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Priced $2,000 below cost. Call
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Gotham wrist watch. Spring strap.
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LOST-Grown leather purse, contain-
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kReagan., 931 Greenwood. 32-33-34

Herold C. Hunt, President.

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