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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the B3ul letin is constructive notice to all memb~ers of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Surnmer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday).
Volume VI TUESDAY, JULY 13, 19.26 Number 1201
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.
August Seniors -School of Education:
All st udents who expect to complete the requirements for graduation
from the School of Education at the eud of the present Sunmmer Session
wili kindly note the list posted on the Bulletin board in Trappan Hall. Any
person expecting a degree from the School of Education whose name does
not appear on said list should see the Recorder immediately. Office hours:
10:30-12 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. Al.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Those interested in the course in Relativity and Cosmic Physics to be
given by Dr. St. John, Physicist of the Mount Filson Solar Observatory,
w~ill please meet Tuesday at 5 in Roorn 1041 New Physics Building. At
this timle the most convenient hours for the lectures wilbe determined.
.Hen's Educational C'lub:
The 'Men's Educational Club will mneet at 7 o'clock this evening at the
Union. Professor TPhomas H. Reed will speak. Committee.
Hlygienie and Public lhealth Courses :
Public Health Nurses who wxill be here hut 6 weeks can secure only six
hours credit for the summer. Will studlents in this course therefore kindly
notify the Recorder of the School of Education immediately as to the
length of time they will attend. This is necessary for correct records.
G1retchen Krug,, Recorder.
Excur.ion No. .
Michigan State Prison, Jackson, including cell block, dining rooms, in-j
dustrial departments, and guard room, will be visited the morning of Sat-
urday, July 17. (Note change in date from previous announcement.)
After luncheon i Jackson as guests of the Consumers Power Company,
the electric power and gas plants of the Company will he inspected under
Party' meets at 5:5 a. in. Sat urdav. July 17, at Interurban Stat ion, 116
West Huron Stroot. 1'leas lave names in) Summer Session Office, Room 8
U'niversity Hll, by Fridacy 6 p, m, to insure adquiate s pecial car service.
Total expense $1.84.
Afternoon tour is optional. Students may return after Prison tour or
immediately after luncheon. Car service back to Ann Arbor hourly.
Carltoni Wells, Dilrector of Excursions.
Tickets for Observatory Ni ghts::
Tickets f~or Visitors' Nights at the Observatory may be secured at the
Office of the Summer Session, Roomn 8, University Hall, beginning Wednesday,
July 14. T. E. Rankin.
Committees of the Women's League are serving tea daily from 3:30 to
5:00 in Barbour Gymnasium. All women on the campus are cordially invited.
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
jKraus of the Summer Session will speak. All members of the Fraternity, of
Iany chapter, are urged to attend.
Hlerold Q. Hunt, President.
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I Show Slight Loss
Loadings of revenue freight for the
we-ek ended on June 19 totaled 1,043,-
721) cars, according to reports filed
1by the carriers with the car service
I divis ion of the American Railway as-
sociation. This figure was a decrease
of over 16,000 cars compared with the
preceding week, due to reductions,
1for the most part small, in the load-
ings of all commodities with the ex-
cep~tion of certain kinds of freight
which showed slight increases. ,I
ICompared with the corresponding
1week of last year, however, there was
an increase of 59,137 car loadings.
There was an increase of 140,174 cars
over 1924. This is the fifth week this
year that loadings of revenue freight
have exceeded one million cars.
All districts showed decreases in
the total loadings of all commodities
'compared with the preceding week of
this year except the Southern which
showed an increase. Class 1 rail-
roadls showed a smaller number of sur-
ps freight cars available compared
wit the opening months in June.
t REED WIILL SPEAK BEFORE-
lil'. 4EDIA'ATIO\,1L. CLUB
The regular weekly meeting
of the Men's Educational club
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