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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1926

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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. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

Copper Magnate 1
Returns Full Of
Hope For Europe'

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FRIDAYX, JULY 30, 1926

Number 116

Public Speaking 19:#--ne act Plays:
The class in One-Act Plays will give a public performance of three playa
Friday evening, July 30, at : 3G in University Hll. The program will in-
clude "The New Poor", by Gertrude Jennings, "Will o' the Wisp", by Doris
Halman, and "Evening Dress Indispensable", by Roland Pertwee. Reserved
seats at Wahir's and Slat er's. V'rice 75 cents. General admission, 50 cents.
IL . Renhiter.
The foreign Students~ in Ann Arbor are cordially invited to a party at
Helen Newberry Hesi(Ience from 8:,u00 to 11:00 o'clock on Saturday evening,
July 31st.
The womeni residing at Newberry Ihouse this summer will be the
hostesses for this occasion.
Nur 31. Malik, P'resident CosmoIpolitan Club.
Education Sttidents :
The a nmal banquet of the Educational Clubs will be held in the Michi-
gan Union an Tuesday, August 3, at ;7o'clock. President Paul Voelker of
Battle Creek C'ollege wvil be t he principal speaker.
The Commiittee.
Teachers,' Diploua,::

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The Players
of~ the Uiversity of Michigan
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8:30
Sarab Caswell Anigell al

Gala Closing 'Performance!.
To-morrow Night
Colin Clem -nt-) Thrilling Drama
"The Hidc

Students e'xl~wc ti,-Io complet e A urinig the Summn.er Session) the
quiremeiits for degrees or for tiachers' dipilomias are requested to call ,it1
office of the ISecreot arv of heSchol in which they are enrolled and till
the necessary iainhs pi:Acia v to the paymient of tbhe diploma fees to
University Treasurer. Edward IH. Kratus.

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Out
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Exarimltlion ScheIdule:
Thei~ final examinations in the Schools and Colleges on the eight weeks
b~asis will be conducted according to the schedule printed on page 30 of the
Summer cess ion Annutmevien(it. This schedule will also be printed in th'w
last weekly hulletini and post ed oul the various b~ulletin b~oards. All classes
wilt continue to mneet r ;u a ri yunil Wednesday noon. August 11.
Edward II. K~raus~.
Attention lhousehoders:
All householders having rooms available for men students" for the first
semester 1026.27 are requested ( to list their roams at once with the Offlico
of the Dean of Students, Ca:ll 611.5.
F'.It. Wahir, Assistant Dean.
Attention Faculty:
Any faculty member who ha:; a house to sublet for the college year 1026-

While rumors of tragic political and
economic crisis in Europe are becomx-
ing increasin gly persistent, Col. Wil-
lian fl oye Thomipsoni, coppler'niag-
nate and a practical economist, re-
turns from Europe sure that the situ-
ation is full of hope. "it's not as bad
a~s it's plainted," say Col. Thompson.
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