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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN -DAILY

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Changes in Classes, School of Education:
The following classes will not meet today (Thursday):
No. 10. Educational Measurements in Elementary Education.
No. 105s. Principles Involved in the Project Method.
S. A. COURTIS.
Vaccination Notice:
Because of smallpox, particularly in Detroit, students are urged to be
protected by vaccination before going on excursions. Those who have not
had a successful innoculation within 10 years should report at the Health
Service across from the Gymnasium between 8 and 12 and 1 and 5 week
days and 8 to 12 on Saturdays.
W. E. FORSYTHE.
Summer Choral Union:
The Summer Choral Union under the direction of George Oscar Bowen
-will rehearse every Tuesday and Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock, at the
University School of Music, Maynard Street. All persons interested in chor-
al singing are requested to join. There will be no "tryouts," but regular-
ity of attendance will be required.
CHARLES A. SINK,
Secretary.
Student Employment:
Students wishing to work for their meals, or for rooms should consult
the Students Employment Bureau, r oom 2, University Hall, as there are a
number of such opportunities now on file withythe Bureau.
J. A. BURSLEY.
Summer School Students Enrolled in the Bureau of Appointments:
All summer school students who are enrolled with the Bureau of Ap-
pointments for positions for next year should fill in location blanls at the
teo-- - -. uureau,.room....,n apj.,..a2.

I AT THE THEATERS

Screen-Today
Majestic- "The Bedroom Win-
dow"; Aesop Fables; Cartoon;
Comedy and News.
Orpheum - J. B. Warner in
"Wanted By the Law."
Wuerth-Alice Lynch and Ken-
neth Howland in "I Am the
Law."

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Stage-This week
Garrick, Detroit - "What A
Wife"; Bonstelle Company.
CORRECTION
The Daily wishes to make a cor-
rection in the story which appeared
yesterday regarding the Health ser-
vice. The hours that the Health ser-
vice will be open are 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
and not 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 as was er-
roneously stated yesterday.

rter Glass; 2-Mlbert C. Ritchie; 3-John W. Davis; 4-Homer S. Cummings; 5-Willard Saulsbury; 6--
Oscar Underwood; 7-Samuel M. Ralston; 8-William G. McAdoo; 9-John B. Kendrick; 10-Woodbridge N.

erris; 11-Al Smith; 12-Jonathan M. Davis; 13-Joe T. Robinson;
V. Bryan; 16-James M. Cox.

14-George S. SlIzer; 15-Charles

!Office of the Bureau, room 102, Tapp

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:DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the Office of the Summer Ses-
sion until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume 4 THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1924 Number 186
cursions:
Summer Session students who wish to take the Excursion to the Ford
tor Company and the New Detroit Library should leave their names in
e Summer Session Office Box by Friday evening at 6 o'clock. The ex-
ase of this trip will be about $2.50, including luncheon.
CARLTON F. WELLS,
Director of Excursions.
tructorships in English:
There are two instructorships in English still open in the University
the Philippines. Those who are interested may see Dean M. M. Kalaw
room 108, Economics Bldg., at 12; Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday of
s week. M. M. KALAW.
oom Changes, School of Education:
The following changes in rooms are hereby announced for certain
irses in Education.
Mr. Whitehouse, Course for Nurses,-room 205, Tappan Hall.

Dr. Stephenson, Methods in Social Studies, room 222, University High
School.
Miss Stine. Teaching Course, Physical Laboratory, University High
School. C. 0. DAVIS.
Students in the School of Education:
All changes or additions that are necessary must be made on the
election cards in the School of Edu cation office if students wish to re-
ceive credit. This can be done Thurs day or Friday between 9 and 12 and
2 and 5. After this week changes may be made only on formal applica-
tion to the Administrative Comqittee on the regular blanks.
MARGARET CAMERON.
Applied Hygiene and Public Health.
The lectures in the course in-"Applied Hygiene and Public Health will
be given next week by Professor Emery R. Hayhurst of Ohio State Uni-
versity, who will emphasize Industrial Hygiene. This course will meet
daily except Saturday at 8 and 1 in the West Amphitheatre of the Medical
Building.
JOHN SUNDWALL.
Public Health Publicity:
Miss Marjorie Delavan, Director of the Bureau of Education of the
Michigan State Department of Health, will lecture on Public Health Pub-
licity at 4 o'clock Mondays to Thursdays inclusive, during the second and
third weeks of the Session. These lectures will be given in the West
Amphitheatre of the Medical Building.
JOHN SUNDWALL.

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Students who have not already enrolled for positions but who wish to
do so during the summer, should attend to the mattervery soon.
tMARGARET CAMERON.
;Women Students:
A reception for Miss Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women, will be held
by the Women's League on Friday at 4 p. m. on Martha Cook Terrace.
POSALEA H. SPAULDING,
Acting President of the Women's League.
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STUDENTS

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Orthopedist
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