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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume V THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1925 Number 186
Students, College of Engineering:
There will be an Assembly on Friday, June 26, at 11 a.m., in Room 348,
for all students in the summer session of the College of Engineering.
Louis A. Hopkins Secretary.
Seniors, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
All Seniors who expect to graduate after the summer session should
call at the Secretary's Office, Room 263 West Engineering Building, and
check their requirements with Mrs. Green.
Louis A4 Hopkins, Secretary.
Excursions:
Summer Session students who wish to take the first excursion around
Ann Arbor and boulevards, residence sections, and the University Libraries
and the Union, on Thursday, June 25, should leave their names at the
Summer Session Office, Room 8, University Hall. Only by having such ad-
vance information (by Wednesday, June 24, 6 p.m.) can adequate automobile
transportation be assured. Tour starts Thursday, June 25, at 2:30 p.m. on
the steps of the University Library. There is no charge for this excursion,
automobiles being furnished by citizens of Ann Arbor. Booklets published
by 'the Ann Arbor Branch of the Detroit Automobile Association describing
an automobile tour of Ann Arbor and adjacent country, may be obtained at
the Summer Session Office.
Carlton F. Wells, Director of Excursions.
Regents Action:
The attention of all concerned is called to the following actlion taken
by the Regents at the annual meeting of the Board, June 12.
Resolved, That Professor Edmund E. Day, Dean of the School of Bus-
iness Administration, be requested and authorized to make a general survey
and report upon all positions on the University staff of the following general
classifications:
Assistant secretaries, assistant registrars or recorders of schools or
colleges, secretaries to deans and all other University officials, accountants,
stenographers, typists, clerks, and in fact all members of the staff with
duties of a similar nature -to any of those indicated in the above list.
That this report embody recommendations as to classifications of such
employees, their salaries, duties, responsibilities, and other pertinent mat-
ter if any, and also a general plan of University procedure with respect to
matters involved.
That this report be made at the earliest reasonable date to the Finance
and Salaries Committees which are hereby empowered by the Regents to ac-
cept and adopt the report in whole or in part, to modify it, to reject it alto-
gether, or to refer it at their discretion to the consideration of the entire
Board. Provided that no salary sh'all be fixed in such report or by said com-
mittees at a higher rate than asked in the budget requests before the said
committees at their hearing on budget matters June 9,. the said committees
are empowered to fix any or all salaries involved at their discretion for the
year 1925-1926.
That pending the said report and pending action by the committees of
the Board herein named no increase in the salary of any employee of the
classes herein mentioned shall be made above that of the budget of 1924-'
1925, and that when the Finance and Salaries Committees shall take action
as herein above provided with, respect to any salary then such adjustments
in salaries as they may make shall date back to July 1, 1925.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Summer Session Faculty:
Blanks for Class Lists are being distributed by the University messen-
ger and should be in the mail boxes not later than Wednesday morning.
Kindly report all failures to receive them promptly.
E. H. Kraus.

Smoking In University Buildings:
The following rule expressly adopted by the Regents applies to all
University buildings including the Hospital.
Smoking except in private offices, private laboratories or authorized
smoking rooms is expressly. prohibited.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Register of Students:
A register of students in all schools and colleges of the Summer ses-
sion may be found in office of Summer session, room 8, University Hall.
T. E. Rankin.

sion of White - Court, adjoining the
estate.
Geneva, June 24.-League of Nations
officials said Turkey will apply for
membership in the League at the

COOLIDGES MOVEINTO
SUMMER WHITE HOUSE
Swampscott, Mass., June 24.-The
summer White House became a real-
ity today with the arrival here of
President, Coolidge and Mrs. Cool-
idge for an extended vacation period.

Detraining at Salem after an over-
night journey from Washington, Mr.
and Mrs. Coolidge motored through a[
lane of North Shore residents to Red1
Gables, the summer home of Frank
W. Stearns, a friend of long standing.
There they had breakfast and lunch
with Mr. and Mrs. Stearns and Sen-
ator Butler, Massachusetts, and dur-
ing the afternoon they took posses-

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Tuesday, Thursday
PLAYHOUSE and Saturday. 50c-75c.
Woodward at Eliot. aEves. 75c-$ 5o .
Downtown Ticket Office at Grinnell's.
FIRST REQUEST PLAY
The Bonstelle Co.
in Louise M. Alcott's Famous Story
1 Little Women"
Meg, Joe, Beth and Amy
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as Dr. Ziska
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