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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGfAN DATT .Y

SATUTRDAY. JULY 3. 19

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Three Are Killed As Fast Train
Is Wrecked By Derailed Freighit,

Twenty

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Twenty Univ,
dents are spent:
troit factories
Idus trial resear4
Christian Asso+

University Students Take The Battle Creek chapter of the As- cupation, the Boxer rebellion, the
Part In Detroit R sac ru s sociation has charge of all arrange- Moro country of the Philippines, the
Resea ch g oupsments and Colonel James H. Reeves, Mexican border, and in the World
~1 general staftf, Washington, D. C., will war, in which he organized and corn-
ursity of Michigan stU-I that all reserve officers on active duty be the principal speaker at the meet. 1 manded the 353 Infantry.
ding the summer in De- can participate in the convention ses- He graduated from the United States After the war he was decorated with
as members of the in- dos All members of the Reservet Military academy at West Point inj the Distinguished Service cross and
ch group of the StudentI Officers association are eligible to at- 11892 and has served in the Spanish the Distinguished Service medal for
iciation. Four of them 1
tend and are urged to be present. American war, the Cuban army of oc- his service during the period.

are foreign students, working along-
side American labor in American in-
dustries. The group, which is headed
by Arnold G. Anderson, '27, chairman.
will meet once a week to discuss in-
dustrial and general factory condi-
tions and is planning a two-day con-
ference at the end of the summer.
The industrial research group is a
lart of the nation-wide movement to
acquaint college men with actual con-
ditions by getting them factory jobs in
their vacations and guiding them in
interpreting what they find iu their
Jobs.

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MID-SUMMER SALE of TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKS

Our Bargain Counter Awaits You,

Additions Daily

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Three railroadl men (ied and miany others, including passengers, were
injured when the crack sumimer specal ta in of tho New Haven road.
"The Cal)e(Codder,'" crashedl into al wrecked freight train at the Great
Swamp. Near Kingston, It. 1. The illstrationl shows the passenger loco-
motive lving in the swamp, where it was thrown by the force of the im-
pact.

RESERVEOFICERS WILL I_ __________
.~t MEECHTBATLEN PINS t
What promises to be the largest I FOUNTAIN PENS
gathering of Reserve Officers hold in ; AA MCO S
the state of Mlichigan since the World
War will be held at Battle Creek Jul
9! and 10 when the fifth annual assvx.to fteRsreOfcrs~ H A LL.E R' S
tion of the United States will be held D T E T
there. Colonel Raymond Sheldon, STATEST E T
commanding officer at Camp Custer J EWELERS
has arranged a training program so~ l,"l.J~~/r+-1/f."Ir+

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P~ublica tion inl he Bull1et i is cou 5)mctiivc' not ice to all miemfbers of
the U'niversity. Copy received at the otlice of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. in. (11: 3a. ill. ratio-dad

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SATFURDIAY, JULY 3, l(R-6

Numbiler 194

Men's Educational Cl1ub.:
The Men's Educational Club will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday
July 6, at 7 pI. in. at the Michigan Union.
Phi Delta Kappa Luncheon:
Weekly luncheon of Phi D~elta Kappa will be held Tuesday, July 6, at 12
noon, at the Lantern:')hop, corne'r of South University and Willard. All
members are urged to attend.
Hlerold C. Hunt, President.
Graduate Students:
Students who have made any changes in election.s as submitted should
call at the office of the Graduate School, Room 1014 Angell Hall, to make
proper chan,_es on their electron cardis. This concerns the dropping of
courses, adding of new course., or substituting one course for another. All
changes must be reported by SAturday noon, July 3 .do ne~w elections may
be made or cou rses dropped af tr this date.
Ruth A. Rouse, IRecorder.
E2xcurs1in No. 4:
Ford River llouge trip, including coke ovens, r'ailway repair shops, un-
loading docks, blast furnaces, 1ordson Tiractur Plant, etc. will occur Wednes-
day, July 7, at 1 o'clock. Thle party will leave in a special auto bus in front
of Angell H-all. (Please note change iii starting place and timne.) Round
rip tickets must be pur '-ed in advance at the Summer Session Office,
Room 8S University Hlail, price -'r 1.2.x. The party is limited to thirty students.
( artnti Wells, D~irector of Excursions.

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