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WAGE FOUR.

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1928

DAILY OFFrI CIAL BULLETiNK
Publi.~ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members

v T T s w a ! t 'S T

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of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. mi. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

Volume VIII

TESDjAY, JULY 31, 19224 No.32

Physics Colloqujumt:
Professor E. C. Kemble of ,Harvard University will speak on "Tile Ba~I
Spectrum of Hydrogen" at 4: 15 today in Room 1041, East Physics Build-
ing. All interested are invited.I
A. A. +Goudsmiit
P1 Lamnbda Theta,
There will be a Pi Lamnbda Theta supper this evening at 6 o'clock, at the;
Pt Beta Phi house, 836 Tappan Road. The members o1 Pi Lambda Theta w110
are in Detroit have been invited and it is very desirable that all nicmhers
here in Ann Arbor be present. I' you will not be able t.) come please notify
me by calling University 214.
University M1en and Women:
There will be social dancing at Barbour Gymnasium from 7 to 8 o'clock
Tuesday and Thursday nights of this week only. Edna Mower's orchestra
will furnish nmusic.
Ethel )I Corfiick
Excursio'n No. 7:
Michigan State Prison, Jackson, including prison industries, the cell
blocks, recreation facilities, dining hall, anid so forth. P'arty leaves in
special busses at S a. m. Saturday, Aug. 4, in front of Angell Hall, Stat-s
street. Party arrives back in Anni Arbor about 12 o'clock.
Round trip bus tickets must be ,ecured by Friday, Augiust 3, 0 p. ni..
in Room S, University Hall, price $1.25. Students plhiikning to drive their
own cars should be at the main prison office, at the head of XVecaiiies street,
Jackson, by 9:15 a. m.
Carlton Wells, D)irector of E xcurIs ion;
Graduate Students :
Students who are expecting to receive the m aster's degree at the cloy,,ft e p e e t s m e s si n s o"1lt e si~o i e f $ 0 b f r
leaving; the city. Please secure blanks for this purpose at thie office of thle
Graduate School, Room 1014, Angell Hall.
Students who are interested in the teacher's certificate should, securc
blanks for the payment of the $2 fee at the office of the Recorder, School
of. Education, Tappan Hail.
4I'will not be in the office after August 11. Anyone who wishes to. checlk
his record or obtain suchb information as I can give shouldl call at the
officet off the Graduate School before that date.
JulA.Rouse, lRecolrder
Conference for Tuesday:
Professor Raleigh Sch,)rliing will discuss, "What to (10 with Beginnliing
Teachers." The conference will be at the audlitoriumi of the University
High School at 4 o'clock. This discussion will priove 1practical to adlifinis-

WING OF WOEN'S LEAGUE BUILDING WILL CONTAIN
LARGE AUDITORI UPM AND SEVERAL COMMITTEE ROi
,.4- .',
III ' i cV'

OSOLD WOLGRECORD
"IS BROKEN BY OERMRllN
PRO VlNC!'TOWN, Mass., July 30
---The American gidihi g recordl set
b ty Orville W~right in 1911 has been
barol en here for the second- time in,
at week by Peter Hesselbach, Ger-
rnan flieyr, whose latest effort kept
t in? in the aifr four hours and five
r n=uates.
!, st wxeek I lesselbach s:, .ived ,aloft
a iuUtkls, v'hicli \was -193fli'.iutes
u 't ter G?.;n Xi rglit '-;early ach eve-
I .:. fnz a vored lby a.brisk
Iwest. northwest breeze which swept
the 5:v,(iduo cs 01 crape 'od, Tlt?.;Sel
b,,cA iuniipelC(1into his niotoriess plane
in an attempt to better the world re-
cord of 14 hours and 23 minutes.
C,-aiditionrs were so auspicious that
he ref used to delay even for break-
fiast and with his launching crew
liastily assembled, his plane, the
Darmstadt, was catapulted off the
100 foot. bluffl which at Corn Hill
juts off abruptly over the waters of

IOWA NOT TO ACCET
DEFICIENT STUDE~NTS.
IOWA CITY, July 30-Aecording to
a statement given out recently, Iowa
university will in the future request:
all high school studlents with "D''
grades not to come here.
This act ion was taken by university
,:uI itt i'itsi > l┬░fsutmably in protest1
.aainst faulty scholarship of students.

Pict tred abov ,e is the wing at the
right, of the a 'iolitoriumII of the new'
Women's league buildin g. Besides con-
talnin, the aulditorium proper several
c-om im ittcc and(1club1 rooms will be 'lo-
('at ed there. These committee rooms
will b1e especially fine for costume
makin:, scenery paiting, and prat-
; tices.

FORM1ER KAISER CLINGJS Within live minutes he had gained
TO HIS IMPERIAL TITLE altitude and th ere-after he swooped
______andl circled gracefull'y over a course
(13y Associated Pr ess) l)twefl Corn Hill andI North Truro,
SUL4ZBACH, Bavarian Palatinate, edging farther and farther away from,
Jutly 30,-"Emperor and King," is the shore as he manueveredI his machine
way Ex-Kaiser Wilhelm signed his- to safer heights

latest official communication greetiag'
the annual reunion of the 6th infantry
regiment at Sulzbach.
"I thank youi sincerely," readt the
telegram from Doorn, "for your
greetings of loyalty on the occasion
of the consecration of the regimental oos
olors.I

4 }P O Pt . WOP/IFC J~~R ,

Cooled

Comf ortable

TODAY AiND I'{'ED.

trators ,superviisorss, and tel
TO COMBA T
TOKYO, July 30- The
home office has started woi
plan to combat infant nor
this country, said to be the
in the world. The situation
baffled Japan's health offici
I1+kyerimental w(cask will
ducted in children's health ci
to be established in 10 leadi

chers whethier new or those with exp~erience. 1
Arthur IB. )loilii.I tn
O)F JAPAN M AKErS MOVE
HIGH MORTALITY RATE
.apanese iese cities. Government physicians
wk on a and surgeons will be attached to the!
rtality in ,Aiiics anidlpers'onUs too p~ooir to pay
e highest 'o- nmedical Atten tioni will be treatedl
.ha's longr without charge.
ials. Tl1ailnedi nurses will be placedl on
be conl- duty in rural districts throughout the
inics soon :2ountry to advise mothers and aid in
ling Japfa- Basring for infants.

Glamorous Romance
the China Coast!

of

DO~ LEE! and MLLE. LOUISE
DANCE MOODS
Nv itli
II ~ l 4Tl lRUI)N A Lnd A LLYS WIVS4N

VISIT DETROIT THIS SUMMER
and enjoy an all-day outing at
PUT-IN-BAY
A delightful cruise among the Sunny Lake Brie Islands;
a fairyland ofvineyards, orchards and. flowers. Put-In-
Bay abounds in interest for young and old. There is
bathing, dar.,ink;, ss i lng, mysterious caves, picnic groves
and Perry's monument.
The palatial steamer Put-In-Bay leaves the foot of First
St. (Detroit) daily at 9 a.rn. returning at 8 p.m. R.T. fares:
$1.00 week days. $1.50 Sundays. Steamer runs thru to
Sandusky daily making connections with Cedar Point
Ferry. Thru to Cleveland via Put-In-Bay.
CEDAR POINT
.hive to Detroit and
enjoy the - On Fridays a special excursion is run
DANCING to Cedar Point. Steamer stops one hour
MOONLIGC.TS
Leave Detroit 8:45 p~m Sundays. With its hug~hotels, electric
eturn 11I:30 p.m. park, magnificent bathing beach and
Fare: Wednesday and badwl tcnrgtul ecle
Thursday. 60c.badwlitcnrgtuybeald
Saturday. Sunday and the Atlantic City -of the West.
Holidays. 75c.
Write, for Folder
ASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE
Foot of First St. Detroit, Michigan

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"Peter Pan"
The (Comedy
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With Rex the Wild Hor-se
(Cost Amazing Wild Hlorse Ple-
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The Unxiversity of MichliganL Pre ents The OCKFORD PL YERSIrTer 3rd Surnmmsr San
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How do you like rp
your Shakespere.

WILLIAM SHAKESPERE'S COMEDY OF COMEDIES

Nights 75c and $1.00, Friday and
Saturday matinees, all seats- 50c.
Tickets at State Street bookstores and
the door. Box Office telephone after
7:00 o'clock, Dial 3282.

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