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14.

TH1-EMICHIGAN DAILY

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SUMMER SESSION1
TRIPS ARRINGED,

Canadian Prime
'Minister.Pose.

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12Excursions Planned For
Fronm June 23 to
August 4

-- --- , 4:00--Dr. F. G. Novy, professor of Bac. of the Chemistry building. P. XW.
a ter iology speaks in Natural Science Steere speaks on "Engineers and the
W1IauAT'SrGOINGonN"Louis Pasteur. is jGas Industry." iiesi
room 205, University hail.
THURSDAY _-
NOTICE- -Cop for this column should j: Nit nulcnerneo i tdnsU -NOTICES
-Coupiie y :30 o'clock o interesteconnerencetoo
j hesubitte by5:30o'cock f xhighway engineering meets in room A1suet neetdi dcto
the day before publication.. J 348, Engineering building,.r nie oatn h ac n
_____ Iparty at Barbour gymnasium on
j 12:15-Dental iaculty luncheon in >Un- Feb. 17.
IWEDANISDAY ion.
1 0Nnh niiulciurne iA. freo demonstration of electropure
0:0-4Inti anutl cnfeenc on12;:30-21ichigan Roads Coll struction process of pateurizing milk will be
highway engineering meets in room; Association luncheon in room 319, given at 8 o'clock on Friday, Feb.
348, Engineering building. C. C.! Union._ 16, at Wurster's electropure cream-
Diiadeputy state highway coin- 2 :00-NInth atnnuial conference opt ery on the corner of First and1 Lib-
missioner of Michigan, pres;idcs. highway engineering meets in room' erty, streets.

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INDUSTRIAL PLANTS, PARKS
AND JPISONS TO BE -VISITET

Excursions to Detroit, Jacksor
Niagara Falls, Put-in-Bay, and othe-
points of interest have been arrang
ed by the directors of the coming
'Sumrmer session, it was announcel
Syesterday by Dean Edward H. Krau-
S12 such trips, the first being taken or
SJune 28 and the last on August 4, are.
planned at regular intervals. s
The first trip, on June 28, will. be
a tur ofAnn Arbor and the cam-
: pus. Excursion, number 2, will be a f I
. visit to the; Ford Motor company at s ........*
4Highland Park and an inspection of , ,r r:
the Detroit public library, on June 20
UOn July 7, another trip 'to Detroit 1 .
~will be made to go through the De-
Stroit News b tilding, including, the The. Rt. Ron. Willhim Ly on Maicken'.
fully equpnljcd radio-broadcasting zia Kig
room, and the, new building of thel Not at all camera shy, the Rt.. Hon.
,k Michigan State telephone company.. William Lyon Mackenzie King, prime
Offer Varied Programs minister of Canada and secretary" of
The fourth excursion, July 11, will state for external affairs, poses for
take the party to Belle Isle and points photographers at his desk in the par-
of interest on theDetroit river. Niag- liament building at Ottawa.
ara Falls and the vicinity will be vis-~
ited on July 13 under the direction of' wise specified, will be conducted b:9
the geology department of the Uni- Carlton WVtells, of the rhetoric depart-
varsity. The party will travel by boat ment. Applications~ to make any of
from Detroit. the trips may, be made in the office
The sixth trip will consist of a, visit I o h en fteSmmrSsin
to the Burroughs Adding Mach4,e andI room 8, University hall, a few days
the General Motors office buildings,! before the trip.
with luncheon served the visitors byI__________
the General Motors company in the
.dining room. This trip- will be' made' DEAN ADDRENSES
on July 14. The complete process ofST\E A UM X
the manufacture of high class motor I
,cars fn modern plants will be review-
red on the seventh excursion, July 18 1 Dean Jean Hamilton has been ir{
to the Cadillac Motor company;,fin De- Detroit for the past week addressing
trolt. The next 'trip, on July 21, will various women's organizations oft_
be to the. First National bank of De-: city.

:ri):--imnier 1Michigan Aily edi-.
torial and business staffs meet at
Dey's studio for 'iinsian picture.
1 2:1 -" Rqmnc clab Iw choon in
room 321, Union.
12 :30-llat.ineet, uslecalo lunechion In
room 319. Union.
2:f)O-Nlnth annuaal con ferane io.
Ihighway engineering meets in room
348, Engineering building. Prof. A.
H. Blanchard presides.
4 :60-11hei.ric 'lnstvc ors meet In
room ,207, West hall.
4:15--1ehearsal c the Sl;anlsh play
in room 205, University hall.[
4:1V)-Cercle Francais lecture in N a-
tural Science auditorium. M. F!"
min Roz official lecturer Of theAli
aneFrancaise. Subject, "TheSo
S-cial Condition of French Women." !
4:30-Sigma Delta Chi Odnner in rooin
319. Union.
4:30---Presbyterian choxir wce's at Lane
hall.
7 :3Q-Phi Sima . meet ,' in room Z
S 231, Natural Science building. Prof.
C. L. Meader speaks on "Biology and
Language."
7x:30-Comedy club meets In Uniiver:~ty
Hall.
70 --'-Dellolay nieets at Harris hal,
7:30-)Vairsity basketball game iWat-
erman gymnasium. Michigan vs.
Wisconsin.
7:30--W~esternerW~ club mneets in Lanc
hall.
7;30-Chaainber o~ Commerce xneel'w in
romr 306, Union.

348, Enginee-fing building. The book exchange serice conducted
2 :00-Phi lDelta Kappa meets in room by the Union will open every day
302, Union. this week from 4 to 5:30 o'clock.
4:QO0-J-Hop commitUtee meets in room Posters for the Varsily band concert
302., Union.I tour must be in the hands of William,
4:15--Cercie Francals play practices. Graulich, '24E, before Saturday.
6 :00-Rlighwazy engineering conven.;
tion smoker and dinner' in Union.! President Burton Ill
Di'. Burton speaks. President Marion Lx :Burton is con-
6 :00-Exchange club dinner in room fined to his home with a silght at-
318, Union. tack of influenza. His condition is
7 :60-PhilIDelta Kappa dinnier iI.. En- not seriouts but he will proQbably
ion, remain indoors during the week.

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7 :30-Amerlecjn Institute of Chemical
Eng-ineers meets in the amphitheater

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trltand later a visit to ob-o. The The dean spoke by radio t :i the
hnth , excursion on July 5 will be Federated Women's clubs of th ,.. ate
~ orof inspection through Cas'n last Friday and also attends= I the
'echnical Thigh school, Detroit, thq luncheon given on the same uay by
E argest and: most complete school of. the Women's City club of Detroit.
*tskind in the world and later a vis- 1 "The finiversity and Its Students"
,,,.to Hotel Statler.i wasp the subject of the dean's speech
Include Ford Plants at a lunchen given at the Detroit Ath-
SPut-In-Bay:ill be the destination letic club by the Michigan alumnae
I. the excursioners on their tenth of Detroit last Saturday. In thi
dip, July 28, this one uinder the dire- address Dean Hamilton spoke of th\
on of the geology department." The complexity of the life of the women
qaty will go by railroad to Detroit student of this generation.
'md take the steamer to Put-in-Bay! The dean was in Detroit yesterdayi
from there. August' 1, a party will attending the lecture of Made Roy-
it Ford's River Rouge blast fur- den and is in Grand Rapids today to
iace foundry, body and tractor plants.I give an address before the Grandi
bnd on August 4, the last trip will' Rapids Michigan alumnae group.
luMdet This will consist of a tour Miss Hamilton will speak before the
f inspection of the State Prison at! Grand Rapids Business and Profes-
ackson, and a visit to the Consum- sional Women's club tomorrow
~r'Power company.
All of the- trips except those other- Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Av
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