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P~AGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY,' JULY 9, 1926

DAILY OFF I CIAL
Publicati1o11ilfl Ihe Bul letin is constructs1
the Universit. Cpy received at the of
until 3:301 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday')
plume VI 1FRIDAY, JUL Yf

,BULLETIN
veotc t0 aleet 1mciiihers of
)ice of the wummer Session
9), 1926 Number 19S

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; tvdeiits taking aqdianedu work in Phy sics :
This evening, F'ridav, at 8 o'clock, the staff" of the Physics D)epartment
w~ill entertain informnally the advanced students of the dIepartment in the
Old Physics Building. Anyone related to Physics in this way is invited.
'WoIcefl's Educational (Club:
Miss Mabel C. Bragg, Assistant Superintendent of Public Schools, New-
ton, Massachusetts, will tell a series of children's stories at the Women's
Educational Club, SU( Tappan, Monday evening, July 12, at 7 :15.
Etbel Wooden, Publicity Chauirmian.
Assistant Profes sor Schmjalz's Courses:
All of my courses will meet today, as announced.
C'. N. Schmialz.
Pi Delta Kappa Luncheon:
Weekly luncheon of Phi Delta Kappa will be held Tuesday, July 13, at
12 noon, at the Lantern Shop, corner of South University and Willard. Dean
Kraus of the Summer Session will speak. All members o1' the faculty, of
any chapter, are urged to attend.
Herold C. Hunt, President.
Phi sies:
The course in 1Relativity and Cosmic Physics by Dr. C. St. John, Physi-
cist at the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory will be given during the second
half of the Summer Session, the lecture, beginning next week. The course
may be elected for one hour credlit by thos e who have had work in Atomic
Structure or Spectral Series or their equivalent. That a suitable hour may
be chosen for the lectures it is requested( that those wishing to attend this
course leave their names at the clerk's office in tlhe New Physics Building
at their earliest convenience. The hour for the* lecture will be announced
later. H. N. Raiidall.
G~olf Classes:
The three--thirty University GolfClass will nlot meet to-day, but will
meet at three-thirty o'clock on Monday at Palmer Field.,
Ethel Ne('orml ck.

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DRAWINGS ANNOUNCED IN
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The drawings for tile first round of1
a sumner tennis touirinament were an-
nlounced yesterday by George Mloe of
the M1oe Sport Shop. which is offer-
in e a si h o m o at~if b for the first and second in the singles
and first in the dou bles. Matches are'
to be played off as soon1 as possible
and results recorded on a large sheet
in tile Sport :shop. A list of the pair-'
ings and the telephone numnbers of the
players follows.
Singles, Upper Fr'ame: Silberstein,
5638,.imeets'Goldman, 8981 : Darbaker,
44:35,fmeets Whitener, 21437: Mullins,
8917. meets M',ukerjee, 4735 ; Hodgson,
89:34, nieet - s1.3yo, 21777:; Tseng, 3,542,
meets lDevinc, 4735. Lower F"rame:
Garber, 8632, meets Zemrion, 31 3 ;
Whipple. 5517, meets Mlethian, 897 1;
GoldsmithI, +9217, metets l)iack ,22:373;

Chang, 21111i, maets Goddard. 104,
Those dr1a wing byes inllbte upper
frame were Small, Stimpson anid Bear-
man, ill the, lower framenc Durant. I Ar.
ingt on, L ue and (1t'ucker. For
the doubles , Lpper framne; i ack ati
Kerny, 2237", jmeett Clhing and Tseng
2111;Go<ldsmith and Zemnon, 8917
mee-t Mukerjee and Langenau, 4738;
in the lowxveri frame W~hitener anid May'
21777, mneet Da rbaker and -l Hodg ion
4435, wile Tucke'r and Goldsmitl
dre~w a bye and wxill play' the Winner i
the lower frame.
;Scientists Visit
Unknown Regioi
(By Associated Press)
TOR{ONTPO Orut., Jle 8.'-Three Au',
erican scientists and explorers left
Toronto last night for a three months
trip in Northern Ontario, where they
will visit a. region ie, (,r before seen
by white men.
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Lieut. George C. Wilson, botanist and
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