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PAGEC FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DATT Y

FRIDAY. JULY 2. 1926

THE UMMFlaMl-If }l~ lAM nr !"iL V YLI 1'P~A TL 9 1a9 t

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Urges 'Normalcy'
In Tacna-Arica

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Publication in the Bulletin is c!onstructivec notice to all members of
the University. Copy receivers at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. M. (11: 30 a. in. Saturday).
V olumne TI FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1926 Numiber 193
L1en's E ducational CIlb:
The Men's Educational Club will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday.
July 6, at 7 p. mn. at the Michigan Union.
Phi 1Delta Kappa Lunicheon:
Weekly luncheon of Phi Delta Kappa will be held Tuesday, July 6, at 12
noon, at the lantern Shop, cor ner of South University and Willard. All
members are urged to attend.
Herold C. Hunt, President,
GRADUATE STUD)ENTS
Students who hiave made any changes in elections as submitted should
call at the office of the Graduate School, Room 1014 Angell Hall, to make
proper changes on their election cards. ' This concerns the dropping of
courses, adding of new courses, or substituting one course for another. All
changes must be reported by Saturday noon, July 3. No new elections may
be made or courses dropped after this date.
Ruth A. Rouse, :Recorder.
)Excursion -No. 4:
Ford River Rouge trip, including coke ovens, railway repair shops, un-
loading docks, blast furnaces, Fordson Tractor Plant, etc. will occur Wednes-
day, July 7, at. 1 o'clock. The party will leave in a special auto bus in front
of Angell Hall. (Please note change in starting place and time.) Round
,rip tickets must be purclised in advance at the Summer Session Office.
Room 8 University Hall, price $1.25. The party' is limited to thirty students.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.

Stud nt D ncin i~ifox-trot, and one-step. A three-piece
I orchestra furnishes the music.:
Class OrganizedI The first class was held Tuesday
night andl about 125 students attended,
Social dancing classes for men and t nyliemr wmnthnmn
women will be held from "r to 8 o'clock The present quota for girls is, there-
every Tuesday and Thursday nights fore, filled, but there are places for a
at Barbour gymnasium. At this tinie few more men. Tickets for the les-
instruction will be given in the waltz, sons may be procured at the gym-

nasium: six lessons for $1.50. kThose
who already know how to dance but
wish to brush up a little are also in-
vited to take advantage of this oppor-
tunity.
Read. the Want Alds

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FELLOWSHIP Is GIVEN
DR.1MMHAGURNSEYi
Dr. Martha Guer nsey, ins~tructor of
psychology of the university. has been
awarded a fellowship under the Social
Science research council, of which
Wesley C. Mitchell, of Columbia Uni-
versity, is chairman, and Dean Ed-
mund E. Day of Mlichigan is treasurer.
She will leave the second semester of
next year to study on special problems
of perception at the university of Fier-

Over Sixty Make
Auto Plant Trip
The Highland Park plant of the
fFord Motor company was visited Wedl-j
fnesday afternoon by more than 601
Summer session students who took the
university excursion to this point.
Ca'rlton Wells, director of excursions,
conducted the trip.
The party saw one of the country's
more famous industrial units, watch-
ing the noted endless chain conveyer
upon which each car is assembled

Augustin Edwards is the leader off
the Chilean delegation on the commnis-
sion which has been striving for
eleven months to settle the delicate
Tacna-Arica pr'oblem. In a recent
mianifesto Senor' Edwards called on
the people of the contested area to
forgt.~ their disputes and get back to
peaceful and p~roductive normalcy.
PORUCK FOUNDATION
PLANSESSAY CONTEST
!\Announcement ot a prizie of $5,00
for the best. adverse criticism of the
b ook "Profits" by Wil lianm Trufant
Foster and Waddell Catch ings has
bee n made recently by the Pollack
founda tion for Economic research at
Newton, ?Massachusetts. Anyone isI
eligible to compete and the criticisms
Imust. be in by January 1, 1927.

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ly for the best dioctorate thesis sub- The elasses in archery will be held purchase the products which ire onF
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interests. Dr. Guernsey is well-known to take archery should see Miss Me-
in Ann Arbor for her canmpus and lit- Corinick imm"ediately at her office inI
erary interests. Ba rbour gymnasium.
Professor Carter C. Goodrich. of t he --
economics depa'rtmienft, will also leave Thirteeni months of 28 dlays each,'
the second semester of next year on a 8,11 extra, moth between June and JIuly,
fellowship from the same foundation. and an eighth day added to Christmas j
He will study' the labor movement in e. may be the new order of thef Typewriters
Australia. calendar, if the plan now b~eing work- Typewriting
-____ oout by at committee of the League, iegahn
Jack Blott, assistant to Coach Wei- of Nitations should ever be adopted. Miegahn
man with the Michigan line. is now in 0 0,M R LL
Gerard, Ohio. for the summer. Read the 'W ant Ads1 7NcesAcd

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