'DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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 WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1925 Number 191
moking In UnIversity Buildings:
The attention of all concerned is called to the fact that rules of the
egents, based on regulations of fire insurance companies, specifically
rohibit smoking in University buildings except in private offices or labor-
tories and assigned smoking rooms. This rule is of particular importance
1 the case of inflammable buildings like old University Hall, and its wings,
he Museum, the Law Building, and others. The rule is posted in all build-
gs. The cooperation of all, both Faculty and students, is asked toward
ie strict and literal enforcement of this rule. The rule covers bringing
to or carrying through the hallways, any lighted cigars, pipes, or cigar-
Shiley W. Smith, Secretary.
onors Courses in American Colleges and Universities:
A recent bulletin issued by the National Research Council on Honors
ourses in American Colleges and Universities as revised by President
ydelotte of Swarthmore College, contains matters of interest to members
the suimer session faculty and' school officers, superintendents and
rincipals who may be registered for work in the summer session. Copiesa
this bulletin may be obtained on application to the Dean's office.
John R. Effinger.
All Kentuckians are invited to a Fourth of July picnic. For details
All notices for the bulletin for the week of July 6 to 11 should be left
the Office of the Summer Session, Room 8, University Hall, before Wed-
sday noon, July 1.
The second program in the series of Faculty concerts will be given
is evening, July, 1, 8:00 o'clock in Hill Auditorium by Marian
ruble-Freeman, Violinist, and Eunice Northrup, Contralto, Accompani-
nts will be played by Mrs. Mabel Ross, Rhead and Dwight Steere. Thet
neral public is cordially invited.
Charles It. Sink. Secretary.
Cass T.echnical- High School and the Hotel Statler will be visited
is afternoon, July first. Special guides will be furnished to the party
both institutions. Party leaves Packard and State Street station at 1
M1. Return from Detroit, leaving there for Ann Arbor at 6:50 P.M.
tal expense about $2.00.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
The meeting place of these classes has been changed from Room 205,
ppan Hall, to Room 203, Tappan Hall.
1. S. Pittman:
i Men and Women on Campus:
A beginners' class in Social Dancing will be held on Tuesdays and
ursdays from 7-to 8 p.m. in Barbour Gymnasium. No credit is given
this course, and there is no admission charge.. Everyone is invited.
All women students of the Summer school are cordially invited by the
omen's League to a ."tea upon the Terrace of Martha Cook building
ursday afternoon from 4 to 6.
Lilian Wetzel, Prs. Women's League.
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
Darrow And Colby In Dayton
Prosecution and defense lawyers in the Scopes "ape trial" Alrea
arb in Dayton, Tenn., preparing for the legal battle which will have w
world attention. Left to right: John Randolph Neal, chief counseli
the defense and two of his distinguished aides, Bainbridge Colby and Cl
ence Darrow, are seen on Dayton's Main Street.
HE HDEPARTMENTT T
HOLD LECTURE COURSE1
Special lecture series on subjects
dealing with public health has been
announced by the hygiene and public
health department. These lectures
will be given in the Natural Science
auditorium the first five days of eachl
week at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
This series of lectures is considered
to be of decided advantage to anyone
especially interested in public health
work and afford ai' l)paortunity to
hear experts in that field.
Further information regarding
changes in nmeeting hours and places
for various courses may be obtained
at the Registrar's office in University
Dublin, June 30.-Archbishop Man-'
nix and a group of Australian pil-
grims arrived here Monday evening
and received a great ovation.
Vienna, June 28.-An internatio
university extension course, giv
lectures in all languages, ,to h
promote international cultural co
eration will be held this year fr
July to September.
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Rue are teaching in the biological
camp at Douglas lake. Dr. W. W.
Tupper has returned to his home in.
Boston for vacation.
Prof. H. H. Bartlett is going on a
collecting trip for about two weeks.
Dr. E. G. Anderson, national research
man, with E. E. Dale, has gone on a
collecting trip to Indiana and south-
Sterling Emerson of the lotany de-
partment has been awarded y the In-
ternational Educational board and
will spend next year in Sweden and
Denmark where he will be engaged
in plant breeding studies. He will
also visit laboratories in Holland and
Prof. B. M. Davis of the botany de-
partment has gone abroad fort the
summer. While in Europe he will con-
duct investigations at the John Innes
Horticultural institute, the National
Museum in England, the Museum of
Natural History in Paris. 1
Prof. C. H. Kauffman who is now in-
structing in summer school, will
spend the fall semester studying
fungi in some of 'the western states.
Sarl Erlanson is accompanying a!
geological expedition in Texas,]
studying plant distribution and col-I
lecting material for the University'sl
botanical gardens. Mrs. Erlanson will'
spend the summer in Europe where
she will study at the Kew botanical
gardens and examine the collections
of the famous rose specialist, Crepin,
Louis'Wehmeyer has been appointedr
National Research fellow and will car-
ry on his work at Harvard university
in the fall. W. A. Archer of the bot-
any department, has accepted an ap-
pointment as instructor
Prof. J. H. Ehler and
Scott of the geology dep
conducting field courses
MANY SCIENTISTS WIL
LEAVE HERE FOR' SUMMER
Several members of the botany and
geology departments are spending the
summer away from the city. Most
of them expect to return before the
beginning of the fall term.
Dr. J. H. Ehlers and Dt. Carl D. La
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Woodward at Eliot. Eves. 75e
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in Lo se M. Alcott's Famous
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Meg, Joe, Beth and Amy
Brought to Life on the Stag
"The Meaning of the Mexi
olution" and "The Making o
fessional Criminal" will be
Jects of the two lectures
be delivered on July 1 and
tively by Frank Tannebaun
Mr. Tannebaum is a grE
Columbia college and is stu
his doctor's degree at Robe
ing's Graduate school in WE
D. C. He has published
books on criminology.
FOR CAMPS MW
All student musicians on
pus have been invited to ph
Summer session orchestra,
practicing at 10 o'clock Tues
Fridays at the School of Mu
torium. The membership
25 now, and it is planned to
it to 40 or 50.
The orchestra is primarily
students of the music school
ers will be accepted. It is
of the class in orchestra cc
the members of which obta
for their work.
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