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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1926

DAILY, OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the I3ulletin is constructive notice to all mnembers of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. M. 11:30 a. n. Saturday).
Volume Vi THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1926 Number J
Niagara, Falls Excursion:
The annual excursion to Niagara Falls will leave Ann Arbor, Friday
afternoon, July 9, and return Monday morning, July 12. The excursion is
open to students and friends. All interested are please asked to see either
Dr. Hussy, room G 127 Natural Science Bldg. or Dr. MacCorthy, room G 223
Natural Science Bldg. Morning hours 10-11, Afternoons, 2-4. Arrange-j
ments should be made at once.
IL .C. 1Hussey.

Summer School Orchestra:
Musicians desiring to play in the Summer School Orchestra, please
report at the School of Music Auditorium (with instruments) Tuesdays
and Thursdays at 10:00. Wilfred Wilson.
Faculty and Students:
An informal reception for the faculty and students of the Summer-
Session will be held Friday evening in Barbour Gymnasium from eight to
eleven o'clock. Edward H. Kraus.
Excursion No. 2:
Detroit News Building, including WWJ radio broadcasting station and
the Detroit Public Library. Luncheon in the New General Motor Motors
Building cafeteria. Party leaves Packard and State Street station at. 8
a. i. (not 8:15) Saturday, June 30. Trip over at 3 p. m. Total expense
about $2.50.
To increase adequate car service into Detroit, names should be left
in box, Room 8, University Hall, by Friday, 6 p. m,
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursion's.

as soon as possible. Candidates from the field who are back for the sum-
mer should also bring their records up to date.
Margaret Cameron, Secretary.
Physics 116:
Laboratory Arts. Please see me this morning between 9 and 11 o'clock
room 1067, New Physics Building. 0. S. Duffendack.
Dr. Barrett will meet students enrolled in Mental Hygiene Friday, June
25 at 1:00 p. in., Psychopathic Hospital.
John SundwalL

HAYDEN ASARTICoiLES

rent History" for June. Professor Hay-
(.en is a member of the Board of Cur-
rent History Associates.

Hygiene 109s:
Principles of Public Health Nursing will meet daily except Saturdays in
Room. 437, Natural Science Building.
Barbara H. Bartlett.
Mathematical Theory of Statistics 50:
The above course will be given at 2 o'clock p. m, on M, T, Th, and F,
instead of 10:00 a. m. as scheduled.
T. E. Raiford.
Excursians:
Summer Session students who wish to take the first excursion around
Ann Arbor boulevards, residence sections, the University Libraries, and the
U:nion, today should leave their names in the Summer Session Office,
Room S, University Hall. Culy by having such advance informa-
tion (by Wednesday, June 23, 6 p. m.) can adequate automobile transportas-
tior; be assured. Tour starts Thursday, June 24, at 2:30 p. in. on the steps
of the University Library. There is no charge for this excursion, auto-
mobiles being furnished by the citizens of Ann Arbor.
Carlton F. Wells, Director of Excursions.
Prospective Teachers:
Students who desire the services of the Bureau of Appointments in se-
curing a position for next fall who have not already enrolled with the

In the same publication is an ar-
ticle by Walter Scott Penfield, '00,
of Washington, entitled "Emilio Cham-
Prof. Joseph R. Hayden, of the pl-,orro, Nicaragua's Dictator." Mr. Pen-
itical science department, who left re- field is also the author of a phamplet
Gently to study political conditions in "The Legal Status of the Pan-Amer-
the Philippine Islands, is the author of ican Union."
two articles dealing with the govern-
anent of the British Empire in "Cur- Patronize Daily Advertisers.- Adv.

Bureau of Appointments:
All students who are actively enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments
and who are attending the Summer session should fill out location blanks
Yost Will Speak 'v
At Holland, Mich.G , -IitM*i

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Fielding H-. Yost, director of inter-
collegiate athletics, will speak at a
meeting of the western district of the
University of Michigan alumni which
will be held at Holland Friday and
Saiturday.
Tokyo, Japan, has more buildings
under construction than at any-time
Mice the earthquake, permits for
5,000 being taken out in a recent
month.
A substance claimed to be as hard
as ldiamond has recently been made
bsy a stelworks in Prussia.

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Bureau should call at the office of the
once.

Bureau, Room 102 Tappan Hall, at
Margaret Cameron, Secretary.

Varied Program
Of Sport Courses
Is Offered Women
Women students enrolled in the
summer session are being offered a
comprehensive program of physical
activities by the physical education de-
partment. The use of a swimming
pool, a gymnasium, and an athletic
field are included in the program as
i also specialized instruction in var-
ious sports.
For the first time in the history of
the University the Summer session
women have the privilege of using the
Union pool. This facility makes
swimming more accessible. Miss
Jessica Nixon and Miss Etr.uria Doster
will conducttclasses at 9 and 10 every
morning at the Union.
Palmer field and its accessories offer
ample room for every activity while
Barbour Gymnasium is utilized for
folk clogging and natural dancing.
Miss Ruth Price of Columbia Univer-
sity has charge of dancing and is plan-
ning a course for advanced as well
as eleinentary classes in natural danc-
ing at 2 to 4 o'clock every day. A
clogging class' at 1 o'clock Tuesday
and Thursday is offered.
Miss Ethel McCormack, head of the,
physical education department is con-
ducting a class in the fundamentals
of golf. This class will be held at
Palmer Field at 11 and 3 o'clock every
day. When the class has sufficiently
progressed the instruction will be
promoted to the University golf links.
Practical coaching and refereeing!
ir, basketball form part of a course as
well as experience in playing. Two
teams are being organized for compe-
tition during the summer. Basket ball
will be conducted at 3 o'clock every
day. Classes in hockey are being or-
ganized to meet at 2 o'clock.
Women will be instructed in archery
by Mr. McDonald at 3 o'clock on
Palmer Field and in tennis at 3 and
4 o'clock at the same place.
Since all these courses are not yet
full, the faculty members of this de-
partment have expressed the desire
that additional women will register
and participate.
London is enforcing the new rule
that tobacco dealers cannot sell
smokes to anyone wlio already is
smoking.

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Kinograms and Majestic
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