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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN . DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1926,

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1926

DAILY OFFICIAL BLEI
lPullieat loll 1inIthe(' ilet iniis1conistructive iiotice to all members of
the [ nivv rsitv. ('opnv received at the office of the rummer Session
uint i 3:30 p. 111. (11:380 a. in. Saturday).
Volinte ylI T- ESDAY, JUNE 212 19-26 Number 184
'Notices For D~aily Official Bulletlin:
All notices for the Daily Official bulletin should be left in the Office of
the Summer Session before 3:30 p). m. of the day preceding its appearance.
E. H. Kraus.
)Ieiners of the Suniiuer Session Faculties :
Blanks for the Faculty Directory and request cards for the Summer
Michigan D~aily have been sent by campus mail to all members of the Sum-
mei Session staff. Their prompt return will be greatly appreciated.
The Summer Daily will be deliveredI gratis only to those members of
the Summer Session Faculty wvho fill out the request cards.
Will those who have not received blanks and cards, kindly call the
office? E. K. Kraus.
Sumner Session Faculty:
Blanks for Class Lists are being distributed by the University messenger
and should be in the mail boxes not later than Wednesday morning. Kindly
report all failures to receive them promptly.

REMAINS OFE LEPHANTS
With ____D IN TEX'IS
Wihthe discovery recently ofa
secondI prehistoric elephant tusk
about eight miles from Austin, the de-
partment of economic geology at the
University of Texas now has enough
specimens to roughly reconstruct the?
skeleton of the prehistoric animal
from which they came. The tusk just
found is about nine feet long and eight
inches in diameter at the thickes.
Part, andl is a semi-elliptical shape.
The tusk wvas (discovered along a
branch of Littlhe Walnut Creek, about
six inches of it protruding above the
surface. The location of this finding
is a considerable ways upstream fromt
the p~lace where the rest of the re-a
mains were found last fall, and it is
'lprobable that the animal died it he
beet1 of the stream and was washed
away b)y the curet according to
Professor Lonsdale, of the Gleology de -
partment 'of the Universityv of Texas.
The specimens are stored for t1he
p~resent, since thle university h as noe
suiitabl)1e lplace t o exhibit t hem.
Willie MacFarlane's American open
golf crown is sought by 692 players,
this year, 1162 of whom will partici-'
p)ate in the championship proper' at
the Scioto country club, Columbus, 0.

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C'haniges in Cources :
For changes in hours, rooms, and instructors in the College of Litera -
ture, Science, and the Arts, th:, Colleges* of Engineering and Architecture,
the Medical School, and the Scl,.ool of Education students should consult the
Time Schedule.
TP. E. Rank in.
Graduiate Studenits :
It has been 1discoveredI that, through mistake, 1925 Summer Session
bulletins were placed at the (disposal of Graduate students on Friday.
Those who were guidled by these bulletins in making their elections should
cal? at the office of the Graduate School to check the course numbers used.
Thi. apllies onily to Friday reg;istrai ts..
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Excursions:
Summer Session 4tiidleits who wish to take the first excursion around
Ann Arbor boulevards, residence sections, the University Libraries, and the
Union. on Thursday, ,lane 24, should leave their names in the Sunmer Ses-
sion Office, Room S, University Hall. Only by having such advance informa-
tion. (by Wednesday, June 23, 6 p. in.) can adequate automobile transporta-
tion be assured. Tour starts Thursday. June 24, at 2:30 p. m. on the steps
of the University Library. There is no charge for this excursion, auto-
mobiles being furnish.=d by tie citizens of Ann Arbor.
Carlton F. Wells, Director of Excursions.
Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, IUniversity Organist, will give the following program
in Hill Auditorium on WVednesday evening, June 23rd, at 8:00 o'clock.
Paean (A Song of Triumph) (Mathews):; Andante expressivo (Elgar) ;
Sporhive Fauns ((d'Antalffy) ; Noel (Mulet) ; Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in
C (Bach), Sketch in 1) Fla (Schumann) ; Allegro gioioso (Dethler);
Inmrovisation on a familiar melody; March(Tannhauser) (Wagner). No
admission charge.
Charles A. Sink.
.Action of the Adinistrative Board:
By action of the Admnjistrative Board of the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts, Mr. Harold Foster has been suspended for one semes-
ter and has been recorded as F in English 15, for dishonesty in the final ex-
a zniiialion in that course.
By act 14)1 of the, same board, Mr1. H-oward 'Welch has been suspended
for one semester and has been recorded as E in Archaeology 122, for dis-
honesty' in the finail examination in that course.
W. R. Humphireys.
U'ivlier-ily Health_ Servico:
Students of the Summer Se-sion are entitled to almost unlimited medi-
cal care at the IHealth Service without expense.
The building is located across Washlenaw avenue, east of the gymna-
siumn. Phvsicianus will be ini attendance from 9 to 12 and 1 to 4 daily except
Saturday anid Sunday; 9 to 12 on Saturday and 11 to 12 on Sunday.
St udenits desiring at tenitioit in their rooms5 should call the Health
Service ( Campus exchange) (luring school hours and call 4978 or the campus
operator dluring other hours.

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(Benefit Women's Building)

We invite you
to try our speciallyp
prepared lunches,
to test for v'ourself
their superiority.
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338 Maynard St.

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Advanced Mathematical Thecory of Interest and Life Contingencies will
be -ivent M. T, Tb, F'ri. at hours to be arranged. First meeting Tuesday at
12 in Room 3016 Angell Hall.
R. C. Carver.
Philosophy E'As and 170s:
Philosophy 151s. Political philosophy. Two hours credit. TPu, W, Th,
F, at 11, room 301, Library. Dr. Ewing.
The contrast theory and the rights of the individual. Individual rights
and the social good1. Mill's liberty and Rousseau's general will. The idea
of thle State. F'irs't meeting 'Wednesday.
Philosophy 170~s., Kant's Critique of the Pure Reason. Two hours
cdt. Tu, Tli. 1-6, or at' hours to be arranged. Room 408 Library, Dr.
Ewing.
A lpro-seminar. Studies of' selections from the critique.
First nieet ing Tuesday. D)r. Ewing.
Publcs Spekinti' 1941:
Production ot Longer Plays. Two hours credit. M, T, TPh, F, at 2.
Auditori um, University Hall. :assistant Professor Hutnter.
Studies and experiments ii. the various phases of play production as
app~lied to longer plays. The material chosen will dIepend upon the per-
sonnel of the class.- One play will be chosen for'Ipublic presentation
Scenes from a number of other=, will be used for class study and presenta-
tion.
OmwaniRecital:
Palmer Christian, University organist, will give a program of organ
music on the Columbian Exposition organ in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday
evoning, June 23rd, at 8:00 o'clock complimentary to summer students.
The general public, with the exception of small children, is also invited.
Charles A. Sink.

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Those interested in a testing course will meet in Room 101 West Engi-
neering Building at 1 p). m. Tuesday for arrangement of hours.
&. E. Franklin.

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