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Michigan Daily, 1925-06-23

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OFFICIAjE BULLETIN
the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

please make their appoints
veeks of Summer Session.

aent at the Health

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TUlESDAY, J"JE 23, 192,,

Number 184

s Action :
te attention of all concerned' is called to the following actlion taken'
Regents at the annual meeting of the Board, June 12.
isolved, That Professor Edmund E. Day, Dean of the School of Bus-
Administration, be requested and authorized to make a general survey
port upon all positions on the University staff of the following general
ications:
;sistant secretaries, assistant registrars or recorders of schools or
s, secretaries to deans and all other University officials, accountants,
raphers, typists, clerks, and in fact all members of the staff with
of a similar nature to any of those indicated in the above list.
hat this report embody recommendations- as to classifications of such
yees, their salaries, duties, responsibilities, and other pertinent mat--
any, and also a general plan of University procedure with respect to
s involved.
iat this report be made at the earliest reasonable date to the Finance
alaries Committees are hereby empowered by the Regents to accept
lopt the report in whole or in part ,to modify it, to reject it alto-
or to refer it at their discretion to the consideration of the entire
Provided that no salary shall be fixed in such report or by said corn-
s at a higher rate than asked in the budget requests before the said
ttees at their hearing on budget matters June 9, the said committees
ipowered to fix any or all salaries involved at their discretion for the
925-1926.
tat pending the said report and pending action by the conmmittees of
ard herein named no increase in the salary of any employee of the
herein mentioned shall be made above that of the bludget of 1924-
nd that when the Finance and Salaries Committes shall take action
ein above provided with respect to any salary then such adjustments
ries as they may make shall date back to July 1, 1925.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
New Members of the Suinumer Session Faculty:
is exceedingly important that new members of the faculty file address
with the Post Office, in order that prompt delivery of mail may be in-

Gertrude Jones, 1. D.
Action of the Adninistrative Board, College of LIterature, Science, and the
Arts:
Mr. Eli Weinstein has been suspended until the end of the first semester
of the year 1925-26 and given ,an E in Botany 1 because of dishonesty in the
final examination in that course.
Mr. Paul Frost has been suspended -until the end of the first semester
of the year 1925-26 and given an E in Rhetoric 2 because of dishonesty in
the theme work of that course.
Miss Dorothy Todd has been suspended until the end of the first semes-
ter of the year 1925-26 and given an E in French 32 because of dishonesty in
the final examination in that course.
W. R. Humphreys.
FrtiEchi Conversation at Meals:
There are two plales left at table for breakfast and dinner, or just for
dinner, at the Maison Francaise for the summer. $6.00 a week for both
mer'and women. Mrs. Charles S. Carry, 1120 Olivia Avenue. Telephone
7796.
German 109, Voethe's Faust, Part 1,
was inadvertently announced for Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00. It
should be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 10:00.
T. Diekhoff.
Philosophy 31s:
Philosophy 31s meets in Room 216 Angell Hall instead of 205 Mason
Hall.
William 1W. Trapp.
i5is. Pradt'eal Plionetles:
The class will meet today (Tuesday) at 4:00 o'clock in Room 2006 A. H.
to arrange hours.
C. L. Header.
Psychology 32s.
Psychology for Public Health Nurses and Social Workers will meet
A\, Tu, W, and T at 8 o'clock, Room Z155 N. S.
I. Guernsey..

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-Two Hundred Chairs-
$7.00 per week $1.15 per day (3 Me.
PROMPT SERVICE EXCELL
Dinners 60 cents-Lunches 40 cents
Sunday Dinners 75 cents
809 EAST WASHINGTON STREE
One Block North from 11111 Auditorium

Summer Sch
Fountain Pens
Drawing Instrumen

ool Supplies
Loose Leaf Note Bo
nts Stationery

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G-room e' gBathingDi
WHITMORE LAKE
Free Picnic, Parking Grounds and Baseball Diam

SANDWICHES AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE
This department under *new management.
Kitchen open for inspection at all times.

VocatIonal Psychology 110{.
Hour changed to 10:00 o'clock, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Thursday, Room 364 N. S.

and

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Mr. Ragsdale.

Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.

.1 Sunner Students:
.ddress cards should be filed with the Post Office at once. The Uni-
y has no means for delivering student mail.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
uobile Parking on Campus:
he parking of automobiles upon thc campus is of necessity restricted
mbers of the Faculty, University officials, and employees. Only such
as carry parking tags attached to the license plates will be allowed
rklupon the campus.
ags will be issued to those eligible, at the Office of the Secretary of

sit-y.
er of the Regents.
f

Shirley W. Smith, , ecretary.

iehgan Daily:
rs of the Summer Session staff are entitled to receive the Sum-
an Daily. Application blanks may be obtained in the Office of the

E. H. Kraus.

Changes in Courses:
For changes in hours, rooms, and instructors in the College of Liter-
ature, Science, and the Arts, the Medical School, the School of Education,
and in Hygiene and Public Health, students should consult the folder
"Changes in Summer Session Announcement."
T. E. Rankin.
Psychology:
Psychology 127s and 129s, Individual Differences, meet in Room G437,
N. S.
C. H. Griffiths.
Subscribe for the Summer Daily. Subscribe for the Suimer Daily.
* CRIPPEN'S DRUG STORES
723 North Fui er'Ity Aic.
219 1oh lain St. 217 North Main St.
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"WHERE SERVICE IS A- PLEASURE"
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T -onight, 8:20 9 Nights, 50c to $2.50
i WITH WEE: Pop. Mat. Wed.
Sun. June 21) 50c to $1.50
Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
DETROIT KNOWS WHY!
The Miracle of the American Stage!
ANNE NICHOLS' LAUGHING SUCCESS
"ABIS OtH
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Yoi Are Behind the Tines If You Don't!
Seats Now on Sale for This and Next Week
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WHITMORE LAKE

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Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
A large, cool pavilion
with, real music and a wonderful floor.

DANCING
At the. New Lake House Pavil

rsions:
>ummer Session students who wish to take the first excursion around
Arbor and boulevards, residence sections, and the University Libraries
the Union, on Thursday, June 25, should leave their names at the
ner Session Office, Room 8, University Hall. Only by having such ad-
information (by Wednesday, June 24, 6 p.m.) can adequate automobile
portation be assured. Tour starts Thursday, June 25, at 2:30 p.m. on
eps of the University Library. There is no charge for this excursion,
nobiles being furnished by citizens of Ann Arbor. Booklets published
e Ann Arbor Branch of the Detroit Automobile Association describing
tomobile tour of Ann Arbor and adjacent country, may be obtained at
ammer Session Office.
Carlton F. Wells, Director of Excursions.
rsious:
xcursion Number 2 will include the Ford Plant at Highland Park,
it, luncheon at the General Motors Building Cafeteria, and the New
it Public Library. The party will me-et at 8 a.m., corner of Packard
tate Streets. Total expenses, including luncheon, not over $2.75. Leave
s in the Summer Session box, Room 8, University Hall, by Friday, G p.
insure adequate transportation.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
m Students:
ny women students desiring a complete physical examiniation, will
THE CO
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In His Latest Screen Scream
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New Aesop's Fables and Dnc
Rinogramns Review
Thursday-Viola Dana, Ben Lyon in
"The Necessary Evil" and Keith Vaudeville

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with Emil Jannings as Nero
and Cast of 20,000
Shrnws An Identical
2:00 Reproduction
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How Jantzen changed
national habit!
MILLION of folks this Fourth will find.coolness
at the beach-the natatorium-the swimming
hole. Now .... the water invites them not only to
bathe -but actually to swim!
Jantzens are the style at Atlantic City, Miami, Los
Angeles-and scores of other beaches.
The Jantzen patented bow-trunk pattern gives perfect
fit over the hips-freedom from wrinkles-surprising ease
of motion. The non-rip crotch enhances comfort. It, too,
is patented. The original unbreakable rubber button, the
improved shoulder strap-all make for greater fun and
longer wear. The suit is modest, wet or dry. The elas-
ticity is permanent.
Jantzen originated the fit-by-weight method, guarantee-
ing perfect fit in a scientific way. Ask for free red diving
girl windshield sticker, too.
The Suit that Changed Bathing To Sivimmin

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