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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

AILY OF FICIAL BULLETIN
lication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Cgpy received at the Office of the Summer Ses-
n until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdayl.
ume 4 SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1924 Number 244

Two "Little Entente" Leaders
Probe Problems Of Balkans

To all Members of the University Staff:
Insofar as possible the July, 1924, issue of the telephone directory has
been distributed to the University offices. Anyone not having received a
copy of the above directory may have one delivered by notifying the Sec-
retary's office.
S. W. SMITH,
Secretary of University.
Important Notices to Students:
Stdents expecting to complete (during this Summer Session) the re-
quirements for degrees and for teachers diplomas are expected to call at
the office of the Secretary of the College or School in which they are
enrolled and fill out the necessary blanks preparatory to the payment of
the diploma fees to the University Treasurer.
In the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, in the School of
Education, and in the Graduate School, credit for work done during the
Summer Session will recorded and credit coupons mailed in strict accord-
ance with the blanks on file in these offices. Students should make sure
that their election cards and the addresses on their coupons agree with
the facts.
Students who expect to receive to receive a report of their summer's
work should leave a self-addressed stamped envelope at the office
of the Graduate School before Augusst 15.
Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, and of
Pharmacy desiring to be notified of the results of the 'examinations should
leave addressed and stamped envelopes in the respective registration
offices.
E. H. KRAUS.
Festival of Plays:
-Monday, August 11, there will be given a Play Festival by the Class in
Play Production under the direction of Mr. E. E. Fleischman. A series of
five plays, will be given: the first "For God's Sake, Be Human," at 4 p, m,
in the Park.at the corner of Washtenaw and Baldwin avenues; the second,
"The Wonder Hat," at 4:40 p. m., at the University Hospital; "Blackber-
ryin" at 5:30 at West Park; and "TheWonder Hat," at Island Park at 6:15,
8, and 8:30, respectively. At 7 o'clock the class will have a picnic supper.
All Summer Session students and the people of Ann Arbor are cordially
invited to attend all of these performances.

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W HAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
12:00- Young People's Bible Class,
Wesely hail. Dean Humphreys will
answer questions asked by the
young people pertaining to the
Bible. This will be a good oppor-
tunity for those who still have un-
answered questions in their minds.
All are welcome.
.MONDAiY
Fesiiva1 of out-door plays by the
Class in Play Production, under the
direction of Mr. E. E. Fleischman.
4:00-For (lod's Sake, Be Human-in
the park, corner Washtenaw and
Baldwin avenues.
4:40-The Wonder Hat- Universty
hospital.
S:30-B1ackberrni'-trest Park.
6:15--The Heart of a Clown--Iland
Park.
8:00-The King's Row-Island Park
8:30-The Wonider Hat-Island Park.
TUESDAY
8:00-Recital-The Merchant of Ven-
ice-the Class in Shakespearean
Reading, under the direction of
Prof. R. C. Hunter, of Ohio Wes-
leyan university. Auditorium of
University hall.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
9-12 a.m., 1-5 p.m.,11' eestcay from I
7-10 p. n. also Exhibition of work
of the classes in general and the
classes in Industrial Art and Out-
door Painting and Drawing. Engi
neering, building and West Gallery

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M. ilasaryk and M. Nince
M. Masaryk (left), president of the Czechoslovakian republic, and M.
Nincic, minister of foreign affairs of Jugo-Slavia, were so interested in,
their discussion of Balkan affairs that they didn't notice the photographer
who snapped them at the "Little Entente" conference in Prague. The Bul-
garian-Greek trouble and the Russia n-Roumanian crisis are only two of
their worries.
Kikwall, Sectland, Aug. 9.-Lieu-
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who is diying i the wake of tie Am-
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Library Notice:
Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that all such books are due Monday, August 11, on ac-
count of the impending close of summer school.
F. L. D. GOODRICH.
Associate Librarian.
Psychology 7s, 25as, and 25ss: o
Students in my classes who have been unavoidably absent from writ-
ten tests during the summer may appear in room P 162, Natural Science
Building, at 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, for the purpose of taking a
short written elamination on' such back work. Please bring bluebooks.
ADELBERT FORD.
Pyschology 25ss:
t This class will meet Tuesday anA Wednesday as usual.
ADELBERT FORD.
rTn spoke briefly, both expressing
BRITISH AND S0uiTi COME gratification that the negotiation had
resulted in what they regard as a de-
fl IfflIISFII cided step forward in the relations,
TO TREATY R M between the British and Russian
let governments.

The second and third floors of tie
Chemical building are undergoing,
many changes. They will be remod-
elled to suit the purposes of the Col-
leges of Chemistry and Pharmacy.
'Several new laboratories and a room
for drug analysis will be built. An-
other newly erected accommodation
will be the dark room, where optical
observations can be made. This will
be a great aid in the experiments
which are being made which necessi-
tate the use of a dark 'room. New
administration offices will be another
feature. Also there will be several
seminar rooms on the third floor.
Many improvements are necessary,
but because of lack of funds, the pres-
ent changes will have to serve. The
building will be ready for use for the
fall term.
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