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OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ae Bulletin is constructive notice to all mnembers of
Copy received at the office of the Summ"er Session
(11:30 a. mn. Saturday ).
WEDNKESDAY, AUOGST ' , Il92 TNumber 220
ations :
nations in the Schools and Colleges on the eight
held Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, August 12, 13,,
o the following schedule:
recitation Time of Examination
.........Wednesday .................2-4
..........Wednesday ................... 4-6
.Thursday................... 8$-10
..........Th ursday...........4-6
.Fiday......s..... 8-10
..........Friday ...... ................10-12
. . . . . . . ..Thursday ........ ......... .10-12
. . . . . . . ..Thursday .................... 2-4
.. . . ..Friday ....................... 2-4
..........Friday ......................4-6
continue to meet regularly until Wednesday noon, Au-

Golf Runs In Chicago Family

AMLERICA NLEAGUE
W ashing ton 5, Detroit 2.
St. Louis 10, Boston 7.
New York 4, Cleveland 1.
Philadelphia 'I, Chicag o 3.
Danice at Union Friday -d ight.

jChicago 5, Brooklyn
St. Louis 4 New Yor
Only games schedule
FOR SAIL]
PARRtOT ~AND CAGE-
Pox 20. Fine for

NWHITMORE LA]
Free Picnic, Parking Grounds and Be
- SAM)DWIeIES AND~ FOUNTAIN
This department under new mnar
Kitchen open for' inspection at
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Cook Building will be entertainedl at tea in the
ormitory fromn 4:00 to 5:30, 'Thursdaiy, August 6.
a E. Reynold,,, Pi ,s ient Alumnae, 1924-25.
vish to enroll with the Bureau or to bring their
ested to do so Tuesdaly and We dnesday, August
r this purpose can lie secured at the office of
pair Ball from 8 to 12 and from 1:30 to 5 both
se the Bureau as referenc~e are urged to attend

Nargaret Camero n, Secretary.

The new city golf champion of Chicago is Miss Dorothy Klotz. Her
mother, Mrs. Charles A. Klotz, is a golfer of note and'-member of handicap'
committee of women's western' golf association. Her sisters, Mrs. Robert
C. Bennett, and Miss Elizabeth Klotz, held the Chicago city title in 1919 ,and
1920. /
to 'be recomimended for the Teachrer's Certificate at the end of the Summer
session must pay their fees and return their receipts to the Recorder,
School of Education, before the end of the Summer session.
Office' hours : 10:30--12:00 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. M.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Graduate Students:
Graduate students. who expect to complete the requirements for the
Master's degree this summer should pay the diploma fee of '$10.00 on or
before August 14. Blanks for-this purpose should be secured at the office
of the Graduate School.

S~ Dine where
S enoug~h to enjo,
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338 Maynard Stre(
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)y good food

.ties"~ will be given by the Claiss in Play Production
ust 6, instead of Wednesday, Augu~,st 5, as previously
E. F. Fleishiman.
[istory and Allied Fields:
or membership in the American Historical Associa-
ed at eleven o'clock Friday " in l bom 4007
annual meeting, of the Association is in Ann Arbor.
eston Slossou, Assis4tnP1ro~essor of 1history.
ind 102:
to meet my classes on Tuesdlay, August 4th.
Aubrey Tealdl.
Lof Education:
cher's' certificate fees should be paid before the end
by those students who will hav c cmpleted the re-
s Summer Session) for graduation from the School
blanks may be secured during office hours at theI
Education.
-12:00 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. M.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Lof Education:
apect to complete the requirements for graduation
u'cation at the end of the present Summer Session
tposted on, the bulletin board in Tappan Hall. Any
ree from the School of Education whose n~ame does
shou~ld see the Recorder immediately.
-12:00 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. MI.
Gretchen Kinug, Recorder.
moent of the Teacher's Certificate fees may now be
the School of Education. All students who expect

NEW CASINO IPAVILII
Dancing Every N
EXCEPT SUNDAY

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London, Aug. 4.-A 'combination of
cork and concrete for building ,houses'
is being tried in England. It is said
to insulate the house against heat and
noise.
More than 22,000,000 sheep annually
/supply the materials for cat-gut used
in tennis r'ackets, musical instrumentsI
and other products.

Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
K 120th TIME
1 AR Ric vs - 5oc to $2,50
I e.Mat. 50cto $1.50
14th Big Week sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
The M'iracle'Play of America
ANNE NICHOLS'
"Abils Irish Rose "
SEE IT! You Will Eventuil1y
SEATS NOW,
For This and Next Week.

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ORCHESTRA ENTRA

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