THE SUMMER MICHI
ILY OFFICIA. BULLETIN
cation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
niversity. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
ne V TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1921 Number 201
i ItMay Concern:
erson on vacation with pay on any University payroll may be em-
ing the period of vacation, with pay on any other University pay-
Will Wed German Count
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News From Other
By order of the Regents,
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
i Effinger's Consultation Hours:%
MIy last consultation hours before leaving for my summer vacation,
be from 9 to 12 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and,
ay, of the week beginning July 13th.
John R. Effinger.,
ents in School Administration:
The advanced group in School Administration will meet on Thursday,
16, of this week instead of Wednesday, at the usual hour.
Arthur B. Moehlman.
There will be a picnic at Whitmore Lake Wednesday, July 15, for all
en of the Summer Session. University trucks will start from Barbour
nasium at 5 o'clock. One hundred can be accomodated. The first
Ired to sign in the Office of the Dean of Women and pay 25 cents for
er will form the picnic.
Lillian Wetzel, President, Women's League.
he Members-of the Summer Session Faculty:
The Dictaphone Station, located in 101 South Wing, University Hall, is
blished for the use of all faculty members. All work which is of purely
ersity character, such as correspondence, lecture notes, lecture topics,
is done gratis. Dictation, if brief, may be given diredtly to a stenog-
er. Give the station a trial.
E. Whitchurch, Head of Dictaphone Station.
Graduate and Research Students in Physics, and their wives, are in-
l to a "seance" and reception in the Physics Laboratory, on Wednesday
ling, Juyy 15th, at eight o'clock. The laboratories and research rooms
be open for inspection during the evening.
H. M. Randall.
Tihe Merchant of Venice will be presented, by the class in Shakespear-
Reading on Monday evening, July 20, at eight o'clock in University
Austin, Tex.-In order to give par-
ents some idea of the probable cost
of sending a boy or girl to the Uni-
versity of Texas for the regular ses-
sion, a schedule of expenses for the
freshman year has been made by the
student life staff. Two lists are pre-
sented, one being considered low and
the other high by the officials prepar-
ing the schedules.
According to the first list, the fol-
lowing items are presented; board,
$175; room and fuel, $80; laundry,
$20; books, $25; fees, $40. According
to the list designated as high, the fol-
lowing items are presented: board,
$270; room a'd fuel, $210; laundry,
$40; books, $40; fees, $70. The first
list totals $340 and the second, $630.
Urbana, I11.-Three hundred and
eighty-seven annual memberships in
the Alumni association were taken
out by members of the class of 1925,
according to C. J. Roseberry, secre-
tary of the association. This number,
with the 60 life memberships taken
out by members of the class, brings1
the total class of 1925 membership to
the association from a single
Minneapolis, Minn.-A set
regulations for all Fraternit
sororities issued by the pi
specifies that any chapter no
taining an average of "C" o
shall be placed on probation
university for the year follow
Urbana, Ill.-Prof. P. D. C
of the department of business
ization and operation, will le
University, July 20, for the res
summer to do special researe
with the Commonwealth Ediso
Austin, Tex.-With $1,000 a
goal for the summer cs
Methodist students of the
session are actively carryin
Texas-Brazil drive to obtain fi
the support of the Methodist S
mission in Passo Fundo, Brazi
ing the regular session, many
butions were received fro
Methodist students, and the c
this summer has for its aim
creasing of the Texas-Brazil
447, the largest number ever joining $5,500 for the year.
Miss Louisa Fletcher, 22 years old, prominent in Indianapolis society's
younger set, has been visiting with friends in Berlin, Germany, for several
months. Her father, Stoughton A. Fletcher, recently received a cable asking
his consent to her marriage to Count Ernst Gottfried von Sschmettoow, mem-
ber of a Prussian family famous in history. "Yes, and congratulations,"
was Mr. Fletcher's reply.
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At the New Lake House Pavili
Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
A large, cool pavilion
with real music and a wonderful floor.
P. Fisher, janitor at Angell hall,
was injured Wednesday' by glass
g from a fourth story window
covering quickly and has been
home, according to a. report
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n a Comedy of Life by Philip Barry
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Arranged by VICTORIA CASSAN
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The salt tang o' the sea is in it
-the great men of the sailing
boats-the simple people of the
fishing coast--their adventures
their gallant fights against
the hazards of the seas-and
more too, when you see this
mother's sacrifice for a son who
was lured by a siren.
A Honeymoon Farce Comedy
AIMES & ADAMS
H. C. Witwer's
Mack Sennett Comedy
"THE LION'S WHISKERS'
Aesop Fabi' Cartoon
OF A QUEEN"
Just off State
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Wisconsin Players Present
"MISS LULU BETT"
By Zona Gale
THURSDAY, July 16,
FRIDAY, July 17
2y Anna Cora JMoivatt
SATURDAY, July 18
In UNIVERSITY HALL at 8:15.
Admission to each performance, 50 and 75 cents.
Tickets on sale beginning MUonday, July 13, at draham's, Slater's, and Wahr's,