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MIARCT--T15 , 92,R

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Kraus Announces Program Of Summer Sessionl
iste-ner to Bufalo. Retuni early onl I Prio. Benjamin b4' Bailey. Play by the Trip ends at 12:1) in Ann Abor.
_T l ly 9 oc kord players. Plays by the :Rockord players.~
iJMSF'ly by the iRockford playrs July 2, Excursion, No. 6-Put-in- August 6, "1otor Fuels"Pof.

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ENROLLED INSt
LECTURES, EXCURSI
INCLUDED IN
ENTERTL

July 9, "The Protozoan Parasites of
Monkeys and M~en,"' Prof. Robert W.
'T11 egner of Johnas Hopkins university.
Play by the Rockford players.
FOR STUDENTS1, "We('Aiiateoui Writers," Mr.
IMMED SESSIONRoc-ford pRiversR.e ls
Jul a , t:1 io'clok, ExctrsiotlNo
-- tractor plant, coke ovens5 at D~eairborni,
IONS, 'THEA1TER ARE ,M4ic h. To plant and retuirn bly auito
THE LIST OF "I)IIstraors of Childrena's Books,"
gp~y Miss Helen Martin of Western Re-
ll C E serve university. Concert b~y faculty
- of School of Music iin Hill auditorium.

P1rof. Russell C. H-ussey; via Michi-
gan Central to Detroit and steamer to
Put-in-Bay. Return to Ann Arbor 11
o'clock at night.
l3lays lby the Rockford players.
July 30, "Maps of America in Euro-
pean Archives," Prof. Louis C. Karp-

"Something doing on nearly every l GeneralI lihbrary , C'1em: nts Iii oyrari ''uJuly~ 12, 'Atc ni Structuire,'' Prof.
dlay of the Summer Session" appears Unrioni. Trip eiiols at 4:45 oclock. IL. A. Kramer:; of Rijks university,
to be the policy of those who arrangedi "Geology of Niagara, Falls and Vi- t'trecht I lollanol. Play by the Rock-
tile special program of lectures, ex- cinity," Prof. Russell C. I]Hussey.1 ford play'ers.
cursions, and entertainments, accord- P lay by the Rockford players. Ju. ily 13, "The Drist ribut ion of Popu-
Ing. to the announcement of the full 17.une 29), play by the Rockf~od play- lation in Africa," P~rof. Stanley D).
program for the 1928 session from the 1 rs. General reception by the faculty Dodge. Play by the Rock~ford players.
office of ;Dean Edward H. Kraus of ito the stuidents of the Summer session July 14, 1,xcursion No. 5.-Detroit
the'Summer Session, in Barbour gynmnasium. News building, including radio broad-
The Rockford paer s will giveea30, Excursion No. 2.Fod pa gv casting station WWJ; General Motors'
repeoireof heirplas thoughut compnyHighland park,D-j building; cafeteria for luncheon; D~e-I
six~ weeks of the session in Sarah l troit public library. Trip ends at 8
Caswell Angell hall, and on some f o'clock.
days, will give both matinee andl eve- Plays by the Rockford players.
fing performances. The matinees will July 16, "The American Academy in
start at 3:30 o'clock and the night Rome," Prof. Henry A. Sanders. Play'
sows will begin at 8:15 o'clock by theRokrdpaes
Seven excursions have already been JIuly 17, "Some ]Political Results of
arranged, includling trips to Niagara Our System of P'residential El ction."
Fails for three days, to the Ford Mo- Prof. Josep~h R. Hayden. Play by the'
tor company plants, to the Put-inBay Rockford players.
region, and several Detroit institu- July 18, "The Function -of Speech
tions. These trips are under the st-_" Education," Prof. James M. O'Neill.
pervision of University officials, and Concert by faculty of the School of
will be paid for by those taking themr, Music in Hill auditorium.
special rates being offered by the July 19, "The Use of High Temper-
transportationr and other companies. ature in Industry," Prof. William P.
Several lectures will be given by 'Wood. Play by the Rockford players.
members of thle University regular July 20, "Jamaica," Prof. Bradley
faculty, and others will be made by M. Davis. Play by the Rockford play-
faculty men :coming from other uni- ers"
versities both as regular professors July 21, plays by the Rockford play-I
or as guest speakers. As the Summer ers
Session is a g athering place for teach- Jl 3 Sadrsi nin n
ers, the School of Education will hold Modern Sculpture," Prof. Walter A.
special events for the benefit and en- I.iliI Edoward I.It Kraii s Agard of the University of Wisconsin.I
tertainment of visiting teachers: who Of the summer session, who plans, 'Play hy the Rockford players.
are enrolled in the session. The an- through the provision of features, to July 24, play by the Rockford play-
nuial banquet of the educational clubs make the suimmer school lib~eral and ers. Visitors' night at the observa-
connected with the School will be general in scope for the many stu-i tory; adlmission by ticket only. "Ex-
held on Aug.-,6 at the Union.I dents who attendl for special work. cited Atoms," Prof. Ova S. Duffendack.
The general reception given by the July 25, "Mexi co," Prof. Herbert J.
Priestly of the Uiversity of Cali-
faculty to the students of the session troit. Start in front of Angel} hall at * Cncrbyfulyoth
will be held on June 29 in Barbour 8 o'clock in the morning. Trip ends tool of Muic int Hillfacuitorium.
;gymnasium. ;at 12:15 o'clock. Round trip (direct :oo nf iciat Hioseradtor;uad
Visitor's'nihatteosraryad
The program for the whole session, to plant and return by, auto b~us. misobytceon.
which will begin on June 25 and close Plays by the Rockford players. Iiy2,"tdn dutett h
on Aug. 8, is as follows: July 2, "Elizab~ethan Drama." Prof. ".luly 26. "tudent Adjustme. ngote
June 25, "Mussolini: Dictatorship fThoirias Mv. Parrott of lPrincetonui- Plnvironm tent" Rof.roblaers. Vingeors
V ersus Democracy," Prof. William A. versity. Play by the Rockford play- PlybIh okod lyr.Vstr'
Frayer. Play by Rockford players. ers. night at the Observatory; adlmission

Prof. Louis C. Karpinski1
Of the mathematics department,
who, in line with his hobby, will speak
on "Maps of America in European
Ar'chives" late in July as a special
feature of the summer session pro-
gram.
inski.. Play by the Rockford players.
July 31, "X-rays and the Constitu-
tion of Matter," Prof. James M. Cork.
Play by the Rockford players.
August 1, "Tax Delinquency in the
Cut-Over Lands of Northern Michi-
gan," Prof. Kenneth C. McMurry. Con-
cert by faculty -of the School of M~u-
sic in Hill auditorium.
August 2, "Don Quixote," Prof.
Charles P. Wagner. Play by the
Rockford players.
August 3, Social evening, under the
auspices of the Women's league. Open
to all students of the Summer Session.
Barbour gymnasium. Play by the
Rockford players.
August 4, 8 o'clock in the morning,
Excursion No. 7-Michigan state pris-
on at Jackson. Party goes directly
to prison and returns by auto bus.
TYfPEWRITING and
MWIMEOGRAPHlINGi
a specialty for
twenty years.
Pronmpt Servie, Experienced Oper-
* ators, Moderate Riates.
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117 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615.

tria," MViss Martha Guernsey. Annual
banquet of the edlucational clubs of
the. School of Education, it. lltiu.
Admission will be charged.
August 8, "The Value of the Pe-
riodic Medical Examination," D~r.
i James D. Bruce.
August 9, "What. the Spectrum Re-
"1veals," Prof. W. C. Rufus.
TAPPING LEAVES
ON TENM-DAY T~RIP1!
.T. Hawley Tapping, field secretaryi
of the Alumni association, left Sun-
(lay-on a tenl-day trip in 1the interests
of the Alumni, association. his itinu
l rary~ includIes Chicago.,.Joliet., and l
Decatur, ll., St. Louis, and TKansas
City, Mo.,, Wichita, Kan., Tulsa, and
Oklahomar City, Okla., Memphis,
.Tenn., and Peoria, 1ll. ie will re-
I turn to Ann Arbor and resume his
duties in the office of the Alumni as-
sociat ion on March 22.
'Umm N ANA0ER MRRWJED
Paul Buckley, general manager ofI
the Union, returned Saturday from
San Salvador where his marriage t~o
Senorita Tanchito Mejia, of that s
country, took place. Mrs. Buckley re-
turned with her husband who will
resume his active duties at the Un-
ion.
('RA CAIN THEATER
Miss P. R. Miller I
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Prof. Harlow C. Whittemore. Play by
the Rockford players.
June 27, "Developments in Pern-
icious Anemia," Prof. Cyrrus C. Stur-
gis. Play by tho Rockford players.
Jiune 28, Excursion No. 1.-Ann
Arbor and vicinity. Meet. on the Li-
brary steps at 2:30 o'clock. Tour of
city lboulevards andl city drives in au-
tomobiles furnished for the trip). Re-
turn to the camnpus for inspection of

ing," Miss Adelaide A. Adams. Play
by the Rockford players.
JIuly 4, Holiday. Play by the Rock-fodpaes
July' 5, "Heating the Illonic," Prof.
Rainson 5. Hawley, Play by the
Rockfcrd players.
Jluly 6, 2 o'clock, Excuirsion No. 3.-
Niagara. Falls and vicinity, under the
direction of Prof. Russell C. Hussey;
via Michigan Central to Detroit, and

July 27, Subject to be announced,
SCHOOL IN PARIS
All Expenses Including romid
trip steminship fare for Two'i
11onths
D~irected by llomer A. Des-Marais
Arranged by M1T1rarel I ab),
Gr~manmd Rapids, 3Michigan.

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