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?AGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MfICHIGAN fDAT .Y

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publie'ationi in the Bulletin is construcntiv e notice to all member s 0f
the University. Copy received at the office of the Sumnm~er Session
until 3:30 m. in. ( 11:30 a. in. Saturday).
Volum1e 11 TUESDAXY JUNE 29, 1926 Number 190

American Girl TY~UI~ST IE
TO NWed PrinceTEIXASflLJ IL RIT IVI
__ COURSE INHOME MAKING
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addition to carrying on their regularI ticular task to do. Costs of running
courses they are learning the prac- the house are divided among the girls,
tical phases of home making under a limit being placed on each day's
the supervision of Miss Mary Edna; expenditures. This gives an oppor-
Gearing, head of the department of tunity for the girls to become ac-
home economics at the University. quainted with the duties of keeping
The various tasks about the Prac- house.
tice house are divided among the
girls so that each one has some par-' Patronize Daily Advertisers,- Adv.

Men's- Educationial Club :
There will be a meeting of the Men's Educational club at 7 o'clock to-
night on the third floor of the Union. Prof. John L. Brumm of the-journal-
Ism department will speak. The Committee.
University lien and Women :
A Beginners' class in Social Dancing will be held in Barbour Gymnasium
Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 7 to 8 p. in, Six lessons for $1.00 Classes
begin June 29. Ethel McCormick.
Ulniversity Women:
A special meeting for women of the Summer session has been arranged
for Tuesday, June 29, at 4 o'clock in the Natural Science auditorium. Slides
of the League building will be shown.
M1rs. W. ID. Henderson, Executive Secretary, Alumnae Council.
Phi Delta IKappa Luncheon and Registration:
Tuesday, June 29th, at 12 noon, in the Lantern Shop, corner of South
University and Willard, the first luncheon and get-together meeting of all
members of Phi Delta Kappa will be held. Registration of memibers of
Omega chanter and any other chapters is requested at Room 106, Tappan
hall. Russell Thomas, Vice. P resident.
Excursion No. -8:
The Ford Plant, Highland Park, Detroit, will be visited Wednesday
afternoon, June 30, leaving the Packard and State street station at 1:15
P. M. Trip will lbe over around 5 P. MV. Return may be by interurban or
auto bus. Total fare for round trip, about $2.00. Round trip tickets (10
per cent off should be purchased before boarding car.
Carlton lVel ls, IDirector of Excursions.
University VI onmen:
The 3 o'clock tennis section will meet with the 4 o'clock daily on
Palmer field, Miss Hodgson, instructor. Ethel McCormick.

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