THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, JMY 19, 1924
PAGR FOUR WEDNI~SDAY, JULY 16, 1924
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 WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1924 Number 202
Dean Eff nger's Office Hours:
I shall be in my office each morning from 10 to 12 for the remainder
of this week for consultation. I expect to leave Ann Arbor early next
week for my vacation.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
Latin 15S, Laboratory Course in Roman Antiquities:
The attention of students is called to the fact that rports are due
during the weeks beginning July 28, and August 4. Meetings will be held
at 4 o'clock unless objection is made. Complete bibliographies of all read-
ing should be ready at the time the report is given. The date on which
reports are to be given will be settled by individual conference.
IRMA F. BUTLER.
Excursion to Put-in-Bay, Lake Erie:
The excursion to Put-in-Bay will occur on Saturday, July 26, and is
open to any members of the Summer Session and their friends. The party
will leave on special cars of the D. U. R. at 7 a. m., and embrak on the
steamer "Put-in-Bay" at Detroit at 9 a. m. The party reaches Put-in-Bay
the scene of Perry's victory, at noon and departs by the steamer at 4:15,
reaching Detroit at 8 p. m. Special cars will be within a block of the dock
and will bring the party to Ann Arbor so as to arrive about 10:30 p. m.
Special rates have been made by both the D. U. R. and the steamship com-
pany which will make the entire expense of transportation a little over
$2.25 for the round trip provided a hundred or more register for the excur-
sion. Such registration is necessary in order to know how many are to
participate. This registration can be made either at the Office of the Sum-
mer Session or with me at room G223,Natural Science building.'
WILLIAM H. HOBBS.
Graduate School, Dean's Office Hours:
After Saturday, July 19, I shall be out of town until about September
15. This week I shall be in my office daily from 11 to 12.
ALFRED H. LLOYD.
'Excursion No. 7 to the River Rouge Blast Furnaces, Foundry, Trac-
tor, and Body Plants. southwest of Detroit, will be held today. Meet at
the corner of Packard and State streets at 1. Trip ends at 5 p. m.
CARLTON F. WELLS,
Director of Excursions.
Sent By Telephone,
Transportation. (Illustrated.) Prof.
H. E. Riggs, Natural Science audi-
7 :00-Choral Union rehearsal-School
S:00-Eugene O'Neill's "Beyond the
Horizon," the Shakespeare Play-
house of New York City, auditorium
of University Hall. Admission will
5:00-Present Day Philippines. (Il-
lustrated. Dean Maximo Kalaw, of
the University of the Philippines.
Natural Science auditorium.
S:00-Justin MeCarthy's "If I Were
King," the Shakespeare Playhouse
company of New York City. Audi-
torium of University Hall. Admis-
sion will be charged.
POFI JOHN R. BRUMM
Professor John L. R. Brumm, orto
rhetoric and journalism departments
underwent an operation last Friday
for the removal of his tonsils. The
operation was performed at the St.
Joseph's Hostipal. According to re-
ports Professor Brumm is recovering
rapidly, and was able to meet all his
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fable; comedy and news.
Wuerth-Frank Mayo in "The
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Garrick (Detroit) - Bonsteile
company in "The Awful Mrs.
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THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
in the Romantic Comedy
"The Awful Mrs. Eaton"
Frank McGlynn. Creator of the role of
Abraham Lincoln. plays Anrew Jackson
The banishment of Prof. Miguel de
Unamuno, of University of Salaman-
ca, Spain, for criticizing Primo de
Riviera, dictator of Spain, has caused
the pens of many European writers
to, be arraigned against Riviera.
Gabrielle D'Annunzio, Italian poet-
soldier, has been especially scathing
in his attacks.
DEAN, APPROIES WORK
FOR UNIVERSITY WOMEN
Applications of women students for
work during the summer months have
been very few, according to records
at the office of the dean of women,
while the number of demands for
help has been unusually large. Only
about 15 girls have been placed'
through the work of the office since
June and in consequence most calls
The falling off in applications may
be partially accounted for by the fact
that- numbers of girls every spring
continue to hold the positions that
they have had during the winter.
Many of these work for their board;
several have places in faculty homes.
Calls for the summer come especially
from those whose regular students
have gone home, and who are leaving
later on vacations.
Commenting upon the situation,,
Miss Helen C. Bishop, acting dean of
women, declared her approval of the
girl who works while she is in school.l
She is better fitted to take her placet
when her education is finished; usu-
ally she has a more practical atti-
tude toward what she is going to do,
Miss Bishop thinks. The student who
earns and learns is more serious and
eventually is more completely equip-
ped to do both.
Whatever draw back there is to
work, especially in summer, is on the
score of health. Some students who
have divided their time during the
winter between regular University
work and stenographic or other work
undoubtedly should not go on doing
so in the vacation months. Their
ability to accomplish much along eith-
er line may finally be curtailed.
Positions, however,.are at present
numerous, and for those who are ablej
to take them, are exceedingly worth
while, says the dean.
Walter Wesbrook won the Michiganj
tennis title Sunday.c
John Meehan was identified as a
pickpocket with a record by Chicago
police for New York officers in two
minutes when a photo of his finger-
print was sent from New York by the
new telephoto process.-Police say the
device will be a big aid in the cap-
ture of criminals.
11:60-- Round Table discussion -
1:00-Excursion No. 7.-Ford's River
..Rouge blast furnace, Foundry, body,
and tractof plants, southwest of
Detroit. Meet at Packard and State
streets at 1:00 p. m. Trip ends at
5 p. m.
4:00-The Sanitary Privy-Dr. C. W.
Stiles, Naturfkl Science auditorium.
4:10-Upper Room Bible cla's meets
in Lane hall.
5:00---Tlhory of Quanta--Prof. W. F.
Colby. Natural Science auditorium.
S:00-Concert--31r. Antl my J. Whit-
mire, violin; Miss Nell B. Stock-
well, piano, under the auspices of
the University School of Music, Hill
11:010- Round Table discussion. -
4:00-Hookworm Disease-Dr. C. W.
Stiles. Natural Science auditorium.
4:10-Upper Room Bible class meets
in Lane hall.
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