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FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIc AN nAn Y

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. nm. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday).
Volume VI FRIDAY, JUTLY 16, 1926 Number 294
Graduate School:
After Saturday, July 17, anid 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 8:00 and 4:00.
Alfred H. Lloyd.
Public Health Nurses Picric:
All public health nurses are invited to a picnic to be held on Saturday,
Juiy 17, at the Island. Those~ wishing to ride will meet at the east en-
trance of the Natural Science Building at 11:40. tvaryone is urged to be
present at the park as near 12 o'clock as possible.
Florence A. Wagner, Chairman of .Arrangements.
Notice-Albioni College Students :
'There will be a picnic at, the island on Cedar Bend Drive next Saturday
afternoon, July 17. for all former Albion College students and faculty mem-
bers who are in Ann Arbor this summer. Bring sandwiches and one other
article of food, as well as your own dishes and silverware. Meet at the
island at 4:30. P. E. Hull, 926.
Put-lin-Bay Excursioni:
The excursion to Put-in-Bay will be held July 24. Those wishing in-
formation may see Dr. MvacCarthy, room G~ 223, Natural Science Building,
mornings, 10-11, or Dr. Hussey, room G 127, Natural Science Building, after-
noons, 2-4. Total expenses of excursion $5.
G. IL MacCarthy.
Exetursion NO. 5:
iMichigan State Prison, Jackson, including cell block, dining rooms, in-
dustrial departments, and guard room, will be visited the morning of Sat-
urday, July 17. (Note change in date from previous announcement.)
After luncheon in Jackson as guests of the Consumers Power Company,
the electric power and gas plants of the Company will be inspected under
expert guidance.
Party meets at S,35 a. mn. Saturday, July 17, at Interurban Station, 116
West Huron Street. Please leave names in Summer Session Office, Room 8
University Hall, by Friday 6 p. mi. to insure adequate special car service.
'total expense $1.84.
Afternoon tour is optional. Students nmay return after Prison tour or
immediately after lunche~on, Car service back to Ann Arbor hourly.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
Visitors' Nights at the Observatory:
Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory, July 19, 20, and 21 may
be obtained at the Office of the Summer Session from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to

-4 p. mn. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer Session who
will present their Treasurer's receipts when applying for them. The supply
is very limited. T. E. Rankin.
Phi Delta Kappa Luncheon:
Weekly luncheon of Phi Delta Kappa will be held Tuesday, July 20, at
12 o'clock noon at the Lantern Shop, corner East University and Willard.
Captain Braun, of the Educational Department, U. S. Army, will speak. All
chapter members are urged to attend.
Herold C. Hunt, Presi'dent.
' Faculty and Students, College of Engineering:
1 There will be an assembly of students of this college on Monday, July
19th, at 11:00 o'clock A. M. In Room 348, West Engineering building, Dean
Cooley will speak. IL. H. Hopkins.
Heads Mediators SAGINAW.-Steveni H. Little, prn
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late King Constantine of Greece, is;
being taught English by an American

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FOUNTAIN SERVICE
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Open: every livening except Monday
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Samuel E. Winslow, former Massa-
chusetty Reupresentative, becomes
chairman of the new Railroad Media-
tion b)oard, the first business of which
appears to be consideration of the
conflicting claims of employees and
enmployers in the Western Maryland
strike.

Novelty Nite Every Friday

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Friday and Saturday
Your furs miust be chosen as
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object of art, with that samve
care for their genuineness, for
inherent beauty, for something
rare and exquisite. . . Choice
must be leisurely and deliber-
ate, for the sake of the loveli-
ness of the object itself, rather
than for its price.
In this sale you will find the
choicest pelt, the finest work-
manship, lines as new and ex-
treme as good taste allows, and
the most moderate prices of the
entire year.
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