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PAGE FOUR THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1928

DAILY' OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all meinbers
of the University. Copy received * t the office of tihe Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1928

No.89 1

Phi Delta Kappa:
The Phi Delta Kappa Picnic will be held at Whitmore Lake on Thurs-
day afternoon, August 9. We will leave the University High School at
4 p. m. , Members desiring transportation should leave word at the office.
Roy R. Ullman, President
Conference Group for Wednesday:
Professor W. C. Trow will discuss "Character Education" at the con-
ference group at the auditorium of the University High School today at 4
p. m. Probably no phase of education has "provoked so much discussion
the past few years as that of training in character, consequently this dis-
cussion will be in line with modern thought.
Arthur B. Moehlman

HOLD INQUES1 IN
WRECK TRAGEDY
(By Associated Press)
MOUN;DS, Ill., August 7.-A cor-
oner's inquest was called today into
the deaths of eight persons killed in
the derailment of two Central Illi-
nois Central passenger trains Monday
which was caused by a heavy piece of
steel sewer pipe on the tracks.
Hospitals at Cairo, Ill., still held
most of 52 injured who were taken#
from the wrecked coaches and sleep-
ers.
The piece of steel which was blam-
ed for the wreck was tossed from one
track twice, it was reported to head-
quarters by train No. 203, which hit
it after it apparently had rolled from
a passing freight train.
The engineer of this train reported
to the operator at Mounds that he
had struck something. The engineer
of the "Chickasaw," one of the wreck-
ed trains, was warned to watch for
the obstruction and proceeded at
a moderate speed.
He saw the pipe too late, however,
and the pilot of his engine tossed it
to the other track while he was
bringing his train to a halt. The rails
were spread by the impact of the
pipe.
Before the brakeman of the "Chick-
asaw" was able to flag train No. 3,
the southbound train struck the
spread rails at 65 miles per hour and
plowed into the smoking car of the
"Chickasaw," standing on the next
track.

GIRL FLYER FINDS
MOVIES EXCITING
(By Associated Press)
HOLLYWOOD, Cal., Aug. 7--Few
girls find it possible to break into

the movies. Still
Ruth Elder
During the flight,

fewer make an
impression a s
long - distance
flyers. Ruth
Elder, who has
done both,
sv vs her first
day as a lead-
ing woman in
pictures ex-
cited her more
than the at-
,tempted trans-
Atlantic flight,
which all but
cost her life.
she explained, "I

There will be a meeting of all Summer Session studentĀ§ interested in
Commercial Education, Thursday, at 4 o'clock in Room 8, Tappan Hall.

AV. G. Sharland

had a peculiar feeling that everything
would be all right. I would have given
a lot for that assurance on my way
to Hollywood. I was terribly fright-
ened when I got here, even to the
point of wanting to turn back, some-
thing I never considered during the
Atlantic flight."
Her first appearance on the set
where she plays opposite Richard Dix
was her hardest moment, the girl
flyer added. "It was a moment of
absolutely sickening fear.'
TO KEEP WOM;iEN$ EVE5I'S
AMSTERDAM, Aug. 7--The inter-
national amateur athletic federation,
after a spirited debate today voted
16 to 6 to retain the women's track
and field event's in the Olyipic pro-
gram.

The League is giving a Sports party Thursday evening at the Women's
Athletic Building from 8:00 to 10:30. Bowling and dancing; everyone is
Cardially Invited,
Marie Hartwig, Summer President

The Hamtramck High School orchestra of 66 pieces, under the direction
of Mr. Stacey Holmes, will give a special concert this evening in Jill
auditrium. The members of the faculty and students are cordially invited
to attend.
Edward H. Kraus
Examination Schedule:
The examinations to be given at the close of the eight weeks session
will be conducted in strict accordance with the schedule printed on page 3.
Cf the Announcement of the Summer Session.
Edward H. Kraus

STARTING TODAY

NOW! ALL THIS WEEK

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