THE SUMMER MICHIGAN :DAILY
TUESDAY, AUGUST 3,192G
TH UME MIHIANDIL TEDA, UGS 3 12
DAILY OFFICI AL
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the of-ice of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday).
TI;ESDNAY, 'lV(GUT 3, 1926
the recruits in the Bulgarian army
were illiterate; in 1900, 31 per cent
and at present 17 per cent. Of the
recruits of Bulgarian nationality only
7 per cent were illiterate in 1921. It
is interesting to note that 98 per cent
of the young Hebrew soldiers in the
Bulgarian army are literate while
only 11 per cent of the Turkish sol-
diers in Bulgaria can read and write
and that in spite of the fact that Bul-
garia subsidizes Turkish schools.
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The annual ianquet of the Educational Clubs will be held in the Michi-
gan Union on Tuesday, August 3. at. 7 o'clock. President Paul Voelk-r of
Battle Creek College will he the principal speaker.
Auguist seniors -- ciicl1of' LdireatioiI:
All diplopma aad teacher's cr1 i icate fees sshould be paid before the end
of the Sumimer -ession by those students who will have comlpleted the re-
quirement s (iluringithis Summelr Seission) for graduation from lthe School
of Education. leuhi a ks ay he secutred during office hours at the office
of the School ca, D neat ion.
Office boors: '_ :2,0-1 2:00C A, Al., 2: 30-3 :30 P. Nl.
4i~retchien Kruig, 11ccordler.
August Seniors -Melool of Education :
All stioludn v\'i111exp)oct to(compijltetrhe roquirelnents for graduation
from the School if Educ1(ation at the eud of the present Sunnmer Session
wili kindtly lnonthe 11list ostid ont heiil letin board in 'Tappan H all. Any
person expecttg a dcree rm the School of Education whose name does
not appear on -t dI s 1i11(1 c,i t heRecorder immediately. Office hours:
10: 30412 A. °O.,:02 t .A
'Teachiers ( cn iili' t*'"
lBlankhs for the paymnt tof the Tcelie 's Cclti ic itlees lmay 1now be Se-
c'ured al tliii'OiLcc 01f1the Scbiool of Education .All s i 11lent 5 wh1expect to be
reconinenei i' fr ;heTe ach er's ( 'rtil cal e sit the eld of Ithe Sn Inl itl*SO',
Sion In ust pill- OnI IsA ldret urnItheir' receipts to the IReco rder, schtool of
Ed ucati on, beoren h e mlof 1the Summer session.
Office hlouls : lo :,0-12:00 A . M., 2:301)-:20 P. M.
All householders having rooms available for mnen students for the first
semester 1926,27 are requiested to list their rooms at once with the tffica
of the Dean of Sttudents. Call 0115.
F. B. Wialir, Asstant Dean.
Any faculty mem tber who lha: a house to sublet for the college year 1926-
1927 will please call the Office of th1e Dean of Students (6115,) and list, as
soon as possible. F. IL IVAir, A'sslstant Dean.
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Up to 1" :uii i) X _t , t Ul ;
garia was partt i t hiw Turk -I:tEmr-
1 c()u( It int Gree k,
TIodiay, ater I years of indepen-
Ocacet, 1B1lm9', ra is claimed to have
~better school systemriamid a higher
perc entaget of literacy than any other
1) Ikar state.
pire. Through c 'to a ie of >u tjii litn1900 ttIhere Were. 4711 prinary'
gation the nation l dt itakh t I V sclis'ooIs n 1;ulga<ria and 316G,015
lowest (depthm 5of iiri;T'11(. Just lob ,pupilis;at 1presen( t there are 6900
years ag he ire't oo , :little s:;c '"l- and(i p upis. Out of
priner, was p ro t , u lii tiiin~y °i 'Vccx I 111) iIhi Iaw itt 14.1 persons at-
Bulgarian Ial.gag' itthat I t i rsvlio
there we i'o' no s( 1 Is '0mid most of flu' Nat t'a IIy thit ict 5lvii veonlthe part of
people wee illi t', t .Thme 111g1i a t:itO I'Iiacy schools, h 1=-as rpidlly it-
church was under the cor ol ofth'e: j-''iI the penI'ntag of lit =rac.y inl
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