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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAIL.Y

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SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1926
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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Publication in the B~ulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University." Copy received at the office of the Slimmer Session
until 3 :30 p). m. (11 :30 a. in. Saturday).
Volume VI SUND)AY, JULY 11, 1926 NumbIer 04)

Graduate School:
After Saturday, July 17, and until the middle of September the dean
will be out of town. Students wishing conference should call at the office
before the eighteenth any morning between 10:30 and 12:00, or Wednesday
or Thursday afternoon, July 14 or 15, between 3:00 and 4:00.
Alfred H-. Lloyd.
Landscape Design :
Courses 101 and 102 will meet on Monday, July 19 and 26 but not July.
12. Aubrey Tealdi.
Women's League:
Committees of the Women's League are serving tea daily from 3:30 to
5:00 i Barbour Gymnasium. All women on the campus are cordially invited.
Grace Richards.
Phi 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 menmbers of the faculty, of
any chapter, are urged to attend.
Physics:
The course in Relativity and Cosmic Physics by Dr. C. St. John, Physi-
cist at the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory will be given during the second
haNi of the Summer Session, the lectures beginning next week. The course
may be elected for one hour credlit by those 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 the New :Physics Building
at their earliest convenience. The hour for the lecture will be announced
later. iH. X .Randall,
Womn'! Educational Club:
Miss Mabel C. Bragg, Assistant Superintendent of Public Schools, New-
ton, Massachusetts, will tell a series of children's stories at the WomeaR's
Educational Club, 86 Tappan, Monday evening, July 12, at 7 :15.
Ethel Wooden, Publicity Chaalrman.
French 19":
French Bibliography will meet as announced in Room 302, South Wing,
Monday July 12 at 3 o'clock. Books dealing with modern F rench literature
will be considered as well as those treating with contemporary French
history and p)olitics. W. A. M'tcLaughtlin.
Reed The Dai11ly "Classified" Columns

CWill Head Naval
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AlumniNotes "
Alumni in the Territory of Hawaii
and especially in Honolulu have or-
ganized another local University of
Michigan Alumni Club. Meeting atI
the Young Hotel in Honolulu on Janu-
ary 21, 1926, they elected a board of31
governors, with Wade Warren Thayer,
'95, '96L as president, and Harold
[louvener, '24D, as treasurer.
Paul Buckley, '45L, Assistant Secre-
tary of the University, was guest of
honor, at the meeting. He presented
a keenly interesting talk on the (1 -I
velopment and growth of the Univer-
sity. The club instructed Mr. Buckley
to carry back the "Aloha Nui" of the
club) to the President and the Alumni
A ssociation.
:Michigan Alumni in South Amei ca
are not discouraged by distance. Ber-
niard Beckwith, '21E, in a letter to the
office of the (general Association in
Ann Arbor, asks any Michigan men in
southern South America to correspond
with himl, cio General Elec tric, Aven-
ida de Mayo, 560, Buenos Aires, Ar-I
gentina.j
university' of Michigan Clubs are
now organized in the lairs of five of

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of Ame rican university students going CAMBRID)GE MASS.-Dr. Herbert J.I
abroad, especially to Europe, for a Spinden Harvard archaeologist is quite
sunmner tour, is to have anl Oriental skeptical about inscriptions in Spok-
counterp~art. tine purporting to describe a terrific
One hundred Japanese students will battle between Norsemen and Indians
reach Pcfc Coast c ti hi season in 1010 A.D. In no case previous has
Pacficcitesan inscription found in western states
for a brief sojourn, as the first step inl
wiiha 1 its p~romnoters expect to be anl in-wihtoexetscunyesad
fluencec for mutual good-will between
the two countries. The program calls STAMFORD 'BRIDGE. --- The comi-
for an annual interchange. of students, binked Oxford-Cambridge team defeat-
the Americans going to the Island ed Princeton and Cornell in theirj
kingdom to gain clearer understand-- track and field meet here, winning
ing of that country, and the Japanese seven of the twelve events.
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