J IL. urrIb ILDULUL i I
ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
niversity.- Copy received in the Office of the Summer Session until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
'lume 3 TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1923 Number 199)
nen's League Party:
All women? registered in the University are invited 'to a party to be
n by the Women's League on July 4 from 4 to 9 at Betsy Barbour
e and Helen Newberry Residence. In, case of rain the party will be
in doors. FRANCES BAIRD.
'nalism 31 and 32:
The classes in Elements of Journalism and Newspaper Editing will
t for the rest of the Summer Session in Room 208, Tappan Hall, 4n-
d bf Room 207, University Hall, at the same hours as before.
E. G. BURROWS.
ara Falls Excursion, July 13 to 16:
Final arrangements must be made by those who intend to take this
by Friday, July 6, at 4 p. m. Room 223, Natural Science Building.
J. P. ROW E.
kly Bulletin, July 9 to 14:
Notices for insertion in the Bulletin for next week will be received up
0 a. m. Thursday, July 5. E. H. KRAUS.
mer 'Session Students:
The attention of Summer Session students is particularly called to the
that the receipt for fees should be very carefully preserved. Here-
, absolutely no refunds of fees will be made'except on Surrender of the
pt. Students who may chance to withdraw from the 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.
Enroll 100 Michigan Students
year botany cou
h Talf years and n
Bachelor of Science degree.
home is at Swarthmore, Pa.
Sixty-eight men at Camp Davis are
enrolled in what officials declare is
one of the most successful camps in
recent years. The camp is conducted
by the University in carrying on prac-
tical work in surveying. Several im-
provements have been Ahade in the'
camp since last year, among the most
important being -the new refrigerat-
The camp started the fifth week of
an eight week session, yesterday. Af-
ter the present eight week course 'has
been completed in August another de-
tachment will leave the University for
work at the camp, and will remain
there until the week before the first
At FortMonroe, one of the camps
where members of the, Michigan Re-
serve Officers Training Corps , are
training this summer, more than 30
Michigan men are in attendance and
units from nine, schools have sent rep-
One of the features of the camp
Youth May Rvial
this summer is the weekly paper pub-
lished there. Naseeb G. Damoose of
Michigan is circulation manager and
other University men are on the edi-
j Architectural Exhibit Opens
An architectural exhibit will be
shown in the West gallery o, Alumni
Memorial hall during the remainder
of the Summer session.
The exhibit is the work of the School
of Architecture and it's purpose is to
show the progress in planning and
Constance, Germany, Jul
A.P.)-Fear is expressed he
French will extend their R
ion to Lake Constance an
with the construction of a
ing built for the United S
(COR. CHICAGO AND MONROE
GatCK ay to Irish Hills
Rackets '0our -°Is
24 HOUR S
n o K s ° A.
W HAT'S GOING ON
-Lecture, "Geology 'of Niagara
alls" (illustrated). Prof. J. P.
:we of the University of Montana.
)9:00-Women's League party on
e grounds between Betsy Barbour
id Helen Newberry house
ure, "International 'Out-
ia and Mexio." Pr'ofessor
tional motion pictures.
Kelsey was the only new officer nam-
ed, all others being re-elected.
Miss Gertrude Noetzel, graduate of
the University of Wisconsin and for-
mer instructor in the University of
Indiana is head of the woman's
branch of the Physical Education de-
partment for the summer session. She
is being assisted by Marian A. Lind-
Miss Noetzel announces that Bar-
bour gymnasium is open to all wo-
men students of the summer sessions
and urges that they avail themselves
of the facilities offered and register
for general courses in physical edu-
cation. Physical examinations will
be required of all who take gymnas-
ium work. Posture and physical efli-
ciency tests will be given to those
who desire them.
Courses are offered in swimming,
aesthetic and folk dancing, and ten-
nis. There are now about 150 women
enrolled in the 'regular classes.
TRYOUTS WANTED FOR I
SUMMER DAILY STAFF I
Miss Sarah S. Farle
Mrs. Sarah Shoemaker Farley has
the distinction of being the oldest
pupil ever graauaed from 'ennsyl-
711 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.-NEXT TO ARCADE T
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Summer School Teachers' and Students' attention is called to our mid summer
Of Text Books on all subjects, Reference Books, etc., etc.
An opportunity to strengthen your library.
V N IVE R.SITY
0-Lecture, "Our Transportation
roblem from the Waterway View-
oint." (Illustrated). Prof. H. C.
-Recital, Shlaw's "The Devil's
isciple." Prof. R. K. Immell, at Un-'
I-Donce at the Armory.
I A. M.-3:00 P. M.--Excursion No.
Detroit News building and the
ichigan State Telephone company.
unch at the telephone company's
-Dane at the Armory.
Kelsey Hlonored in Election
rof. Francis W. Kelsey, of the
in department, was elected one of
vice-presidents of the Classical
,ue at the conclusion of their,
ting here Saturday. Professor
'he GraystoneDining Room, 1030
t University, serves meals by day
It will thrill
Motoists and Campi
You will need Tires on your trips. Use Pennsylv
Vacuum Cups. You'll be surprised at the long n
age and freedom from puncture. They are as
priced as $13.75 fbr a 30 x 3, for Fords-and w
every cent of it.
THE AUTO-=KAMP TRAILE
will save you both time and trouble. It is a trailer for
camping equipment, and includes a tent, attachable to any
in just a few minutes. Its use will save all the trouble
bother of finding a hotel! Stop anywhere-and you'll be
fortable in an "Awto-Kamp."
Tryouts for the editorial and
business staffs of the summer
Daily are wanted. Students de-
siring to do any work of this
kind are requested to consult
with the managing editor be-,
tween 7 and 8 o'clock any night
this week at the publication of-,
fices in the Press Building.
The Daily affords practical
training in newspaper workboth
in the editorial and business de-
Frank Hussey, a high school boy
may carry America's colors to vic-
tory in the 100 yard dash in the 1924
Olympic games. Hussey has done the
distance in 9 and 3-5 seconds. He is
a pupil of the Stuyvesant high school,
oScreen Classic Extraordinary with
Arnold Daly and Mary Carr
Monday, Tuesday and
Benefit American Legion Children's
Let us demonstrate it
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