THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1926
PA(~E FOUR THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1926
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
PU blicat iou in theBle iht in is vofist rucie i V ot ice to all membters of
he U ni versity- Copy received at thle office of the summer Session
unutil 3: 3o p, iin. 11 3oa. tn. Saturday)
Voltiiie 1I11 '1?D Y, JULY T1, 19?6 Numbier 19:.
Students whomIfa1st1nade a fly changes ill elections as submit ted should
call at the office oft theC racll~at School, Itoomi 1014 Angell Hall, to make
prioper changes on their electr:oni card's. This concerns the dropping of
courses, adding oft inew 'ourses5, or subistitutting one course for another. All
changes must he reporte(d by Saturday noon, J1uly 3. No new~ elections may
be mfadle or coulrses dIropjwd after' this (late.
~itlh A. Ro(use,. Rectorder.
Public Speaking 42s:
Those students who have expressed their willingness to transfer to the
two o'clock section, will meet in room 3209 A. 11. on Thursday at that hour.
If there are any' more who can make the change, please do/so.
Carl G. Brandt.
The Women's League will be at home to all women of the University,
Thursday, July 1st, in Blarbour G(ymnasium. The hours are from 3:00 to
5:00 o'clock in order t o enable w~omen to hear Mr. Randolph Adams. Any
woman who has not recetived her invitation will please consider this as one,
G~race Richards, Acting Dean of Women.
Womuen's Educational Club:
Tho Womien's Edluca'tional (:Club will hold a picnic for summer school
women students Wednesday G.ftertiootn, July 7 at the fireplace near the
island. Reservations may be made at Taippan Hall on Tuesday or Wednesday
of next wee k. 'those who> wish to attend niay meet at Barbour Gymnasium at
5 o'clock, or :join the> picnic at the fireplace.
Ethel Wtoodeu, Publicity Chairman.
BOWi'LING GREEN, Ky., June 28-
(A.P)-Many wonders may be brougl
to light from the faintly lighted gro
toes, caves and caverns of Mamnio
Cave, once the federai government e
To Establish least of the Mississippi. When a mini-
mumi of 20,000 acres are given the gov-
F'rom Ma moth Ca e einent, the region legally may he
designated for national park par-
3 -tablishes it as a Rational park and pro- poses. Federal legislation has approv-
'lit vide~s meanis for extensive explora-' ed the project.
ot- tions. Alax B . Nahmn, president of the Mwain-
Alh Kentuckians hope to make it the' moth Cavne National Park Association,
us- seconid national park in the nation is securing pptions on 70,000 acres.
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