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THE SUMM R MICHIGAN :DAILY

WED1VE SDAY, JULY .14, 1926

Publication in the Bulletin is donsltructive notice to all members of
the University. Co py received] at the office o1f the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. mi. Saturday).-
Volume VI WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1926 Number 202
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 betweeni 10:30 and 12:00, or Wednesday
or Thursday afternoon, July 1-1 or 15, between 3:00 and 4:00.
Alfred H. Lloyd.
August Senilors--School of Education:
All students who expectI (o complete the requirements for graduation
from the School of Education at the eanl of the present Summer Session
wili kindly note the list posted on the Bulletin board in T1appani Hall. Any
person expecting a degree fromt the School of Education whose name does
not appear on said list shotild> t the lecorderi immediately. Office hours:
1.0: 30-12 A. M., 2:30-3: 30 1P. M.
Gretchen Klrug, Recorder,
Phi Delta Kappa Ilusiness IMcetig:
There will be an important business meeting of Phi Delta Kappa, Thurs-
day, July 1.5 at4 P. Md. Room 109 Tappan 1-all. Elections of members for
summer initiation will be made. A full attendance of the chapter is
urged. Hlerold C. Bunt, President
lygiene and 1Puh1ice Health Courses:
Public Hlealith Nirses who will be were but 6 weeks can secure only six
hours credit, for t he.ulmmer. Will students in this course therefore kindly
niotify the Recorder of the School otfLEducation immediately as to the
length of time they will .att end. This is necessary for correct records.
r Gtretchen Krug,Recorder.
Excursion 'So. 4:
MAichigan State Prison, Ja ckson, including cell block, dining rooms, in-
dustrial departments, and guard room, will bo visitedl the morning of Sat-
urday, July 1?. (Note change in (lte t(fronm previous announcement.)
After luncheon in Jlackson as --uests of the Consumers Power Company,
the electric power and gas plants of the Company will be inspected undler
expertt guidance.
Party meets at S~:35 a. m. Saturday, July 17, at Interurban Station, 116
Nest. HuronSre. Please leave namres in Summer Session Office, Room 8
University H-all, by Friday t p. im. to insure adequate special car service.
Total expense $1.84.
Afternoon tour is optional. Students may return after Prison tour or
immediately after Iunchieon. (,-ir service back to Ann Arbor hourly.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.

Tickets for Observatory 'Tig'hts: :
Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory may be secured at the
Office of the Summer Session, Room 8, University Hall, beginning today.
i T. E. R~ankini.

up the varied interests represented LA PAZ, B~olivia.-The president ae-
(luring the summer session.s cepted thre resignation of the cabinet
The parlors of B~arbour gymnasium but has requested the ministers to coi-
are open from 9 to 5 o'clock daily. tinue to cooperate until reorganization
Women are urged to make the par- is completed.
Flours their headquarters while on the-
campus. Patronize Daily Advertisers.- Adv.

~OMN'SLEAGUE IVING
SERIES orPCILTEASi
S E g Beginning T hiursda y, July 1 .7, the
!Women's league committees, which
have been serving tea for the past two
weeks, are having special teas. On
this (late the women students and fac-I
ulty members of the University School
of MVusic and The Player's will be en-
tell ained. On July 22 the women stu-
denlts of the School of Education anid
department of physical education are
invited. July 27 has been set aside
for the graduate students and wives
of the graduate faculty; JTuiy 29, for
the students and faculty of the medical
andl public health 'schools and for
nurses: August 3, for foreign women;
and August 5 for those enrolled in lib-
rary methods.S
Although these days have been set
aside for special teas, the committee
wishes it uudlerst ood that all other$

summer school students are also in-
vited. This is merely an effort to link'

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