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_________________THESUMMERMICHIGANDAILY
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Discoverers Of "Cancer virus"

DAI LYOFFICIAL B U LLETIN
IPublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
e xUniversity. Cope received at the ofice oifire Summer Session
until 3:30 p. in.: (11:3 a. in. Saturday).
4Volnni V WEDIN ES1AY, JU LY 2% 9 2 Number 211
IThe Michigan State Prison and the Consumers Power Company, Jack-
SMichigan, Will, be visited Saturday, August first. Both men and
nen will be conducted inside the prison walls, through the cell block
g hall, and the six prison industries::. Lunheon will be served as
Its of the Consumers Power Company at noon, preceding a brief
of =f the electric and gas plants. Anyone wishing to include only a
1k of the day's program may do so. Special interurban cars leave the
I01town station, 116 West Huron Street, at 8: 47 A. M. Students motoring
Jackson should be at the prison office, located at the head of Mechanics
Aet by 10 A. M.
,,Total expense about $1.50. Trip over by 3 P. M. Leave names in
tmer Session Office Box, Room , University Hall by Friday, 6 P. M.
Calton F. Wells, Director of Excursions.
6inpoitan Club:
~Members and Foreign Students attending the Summer Session are
ited to a Social given at the Helen ewberry Residece on South'j
&b Street, Saturday! evening, August 1, from 3 to 10.
a Shur, . !IlUk, President.
i rain of, One-Act Plays:
On Thursday evening at eight o'clock, in the Audioium of University
1 the class biivOne-At Plakys will present three short plays: "The Mlayor
Xthe Manicure", by George Ade, "The Valat", by Ioloworthy Hall and
6ert Middlerass, and "A Merry Death", by Nichols Fvreinov. Tickets
y be 'secured'at the State Street book stores.
iduate' Students:
SWill the following gpraduate students please iid at the cM.,e of. the
tduate School. at once:
Lulu Caan
James 1'.+;Dilbek
Ilea McCain j
Harold Wilcox
Rtuth iA iose, Recorder.
Wom;en on the Campus :
Al women who wish to attend the joint banquet of the Women's Educa-
n '. Cluib and t'fhe Men's Education Club dray tehone reservations to
66 IMar aret Kruke, Dial 4593, from 8 to 10 A. M.1.on Frday or Monday.
*A banquet will be held at the Michigan 'Un ion on Tuesday at 6:30.
Mkets $1.50.
Lila Reynolds, Chiairmia, Pr J. If.Cew, Secretary.
xi~ ,tudents :
T Ihe: Women's 'League and Betsy lHarbour house invite you to drop in
d haave tea this afternoon fromd 4 until 0 o'clock at Betsy Barbour. The
ilty guests today will Pe Prof. Louis C. Karpiski, of the mathenatics
Crtmsent, and Vrs. Karpinski, Prof. C. 0. Davis, of the School of Edu-
~oand Mrs. Davis, and Prof. Margaret Elliott, of the business adminis-i
14on department:
willian We~el, President o the Womn'ns eaguc, Sunner Session.
600ti Lecture:
On Tz'hursday evening, July 30, Dr. Arthur J Cramp, f Chicago, director
iEe~ bureau of Investigation of the American Medical Association, will
akca ,n"The Nostrum and the Public Health." rThe lecture will be ilus-f
ed and will be given at8 o'clock in the Auditorium of the Natural
ene,Building.
E. i. Kras.
, .News Frm thr Cllge
4.wStin, Tex.- An, increase of 24 oven's low dlie , women's low divs,1
den0ts marks the enrolulent for the ien's 100-yard free style, women's
oid t rm of~ the Summer ;session 00-yard breast stroke, men's doubles
the schol of law at the University cane race men's 10-yard back-
Texas,,as over the 1924 registration sro e, canoe tilting contest, sailboat
the second Summer session, ac-? race, and men's singles canoe race.
ding to figures given out at the -
v registrar's office. ! rband,, Il. - .Ignae Paderewski
- will be brought to the campus Jan.
tadison, Wis.- A summer' session ;2 by the Star course, Ray Madison,
ater carnival" at the University of manager of the course announced last
sconsin has taken its place as oto night. The petition of the board for
the major all-university campus the dlate was granted yesterday and
ivities. Madison je elers and the the noted pianist will play in the au-
ily Cardinal awarded silver cupsl ditorium unless the new gymnasium
wdiners of the feature events. The should prove available.
events include: Intersorority rei
~swim, marathon, men's 40-yard1 Austin, Tex-'i' II. Shelby, director
;e style women's 40-yard free style, of the bureau of e,tnsion at the Uni-

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cept a position in the same depart-
ment at the Kansas State Agricultural
School Manhattan, Kans. Mr. Herber-
er was graduated from the university
in 1922 and returned to become an
assistant in public speaking last fall.I
jDance At Union Friday 'Night. y

Berlin, July 28.-French evacua
of Essen, "Germnany's Pittsburg,"
gether with Dusseldorf, long occi
tion headquarters of the French,
Lstarted today,_ according to an E,
Imessage, which said the troops wi
be clear of these two important po
Wednesday.

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d eft) microscope expert, and Dr. W. E. Gye, research scientist. Believing
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tinuling their investigations, hopeful of producing an antitoxin.
versity of Texas, has been asked by of practically all the state universi-
J. A. Tigert of the United States com- ties, and some of the other schools
jmission of education to make the bi-' of high standing, for the years 1923
j ,ennial report on extension teaching in and 1924.
the 41 universities and colleges of
this country which are members of Urbana, 1.- H. Miles Herberer of
the National~ University Extension as-j the division of public speaking will
sociation. This report, which is to be leave the university' in the fall to ac-
in by early fall will be handed to the-
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