Pressident Warren G. Harding and the Group
L E T N ajof Notables Accompanying Him to Ala
the Bulletin is constructive notice to
Cony received until 3:30 . m. (11:30
FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1923
all members of
a. m. Saturday.)
mer Arrangements for President's Office:
During the months of July and August the President will be away from
city. The President's Office will be open and in charge, of Miss. Natalie
Iurphy, Secretary to the President, during the month of July, and dur-
the month of August Professor Frank E. Robbins, Assistant to the
sident, will be in charge. President Burton,requests that all commun-
ons to him during the summer vacation be made through Miss Mur-
or Dr, Robbins..
imer Session Students:
The attention of Summer Session students is particularly called to the
that the receipt for fees should be very carefully preserved. here-
r, absolutely no refunds of fees will be made except on surrender of the
ipt. Students who mnay chance to withdraw from he Summer Session
.in the period when a refund is allowed will not be able to secure such
nd if they have lost their receipt.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
rara Falls Excursion, July 13-16:
In order that proper stateroom and hotel reservations may be made,,
indersigned would like to see, at an early date, thoset who are interested
he Niagara Falls Excursion. Room 223 G, Natural Science Building.
J. P. .ROWE.
Route of First Excursion Co
Main Attractions of City and
ATTENDANCE SMALL BECAUSI
OF POOR WEATHER CONDITII
Sixty students took advantage
the tour of' Ann Arbor Thursday
ernoon when cars furnished by
Exchange club took them through
boulevards and the rier drives.
larger crowd was expected, but ov
to the inclement Weather and
consequent shortage of cars a si
er number took the trip than had
viously signed up.
Inspection of the University lib
was supervised by F. L. D. Good
and Miss C M. Winchell of the s
The visitors were taken through
catalogue room, the stacks, the
per reading room and the study.
and finally to the printing and b
It was explained by those in ch
that the library completed in 1
costing approximately $700,000, ho
about 500,000 volumes,-and is now
ving as- a model for newer libra
under construction in other col
As a conclusion to, the afterne
excursion the group was condu
through the Michigan.Union build
All women enrolled in the University are eligible to take the courses of-
l in Swimming, Dancing, Folk Dancing; and Tennis. These classes are
i in Barbour Gymnasium and begin Monday, July 2. For further in-
ation and enrollment come to the Director's office in Barbour Gymnas-
GERTRUDE M. NOETZEL.
Extra Hours, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Applications for extra hours should be filed in the Registrar's Office
not later than Friday noon, June 29th. W. A. McLAUGHLIN.
Excursion No. 2, Ford Plant and Detrot Public Library:
Students taking the Ford trip (excursion No. 2) Saturday morning,
une 30, ate8 a. m. from State and Packard Streets should leave their names
n the Summer Session Office, Room 8, University Hall, by Friday, June 29th,'
t 6 p. m. Luncheon arrangements will be made for those in the party
vho wish it. Total expenses-, including luncheon, will be about two dollars.
Director of Excursions.
A second section of French 13s .has been formed and will meet at the
tours announced, 8 and 10, in Room 301, South. Wing, beginning today,
hursday. G. A. CANFIELD.
Unavoidable changes in elections may be made in the Registrar's Office
riday, June 29th. '$ARTHUR G. HALL.
The new section of French 13s wilco pialsul) 00:0I pug 00:z 1 uxlee i,
:00 and. 10:00), Room 301, South Wing, in -charge of Mr. Hopkins.
A. G. CANFIELD.
I shall be in the Summer Session Office, Room 8, Unversity Hall, Tues-
ay and Thursday mornings from 9:30 toi 11:00 for consultation concerning
xcursions. CARLTON WELLS,
Director of Excursions.
rench 45: \
French 45 will meet on Saturday from 9 to 11 and Monday 8 to 10.
C. S. CARRY.
STATE AND WILLIA
EXCURSIONISTS TO VISIT
FORD PLANT TOMORROW
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is given proper burial, as provided by
law. It was recalled that an old an-
atomical laboratory was at one time
located near the excavation where the
discovery was madte.
Some of the bones are said to be in
the possession of a student who car-
ried them away from the excavation.
The work on the tunnel was resum-
ed soon after the excitement of the
discovery was cooled -by thecoroner's
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Professor R. D. T. Hollister of the
Public Speaking department has an-VWI
nounced that the class in Play Pro-
duction cooperating with the class in
Play, Direction will present Oscar
Wilde's "The Importance of Being
Earnest," in addition to a group of
There are over fifty students en-
rolled in the class this summer and
t is planned that each student shall O0
have a part in some play. Tryouts
are now being held and the casts
will be chosen by the end of next
week. The plays will- be presented
about the middle of August.
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