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PAGE FOUR
DAILY OFFIC IAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received It.t the office of tihe Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

Volume VIII

THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 19 8

No. 40

School of Education Faculty Luncheon:
There will be a luncheon of the faculty of the School of Education at
the Michigan Union on Tuesday, August 14, at 12:15 o'clock. All members
-regular and visiting-are urged to be present. Important announcements
are to be made by the Executive Committee and by others.
C.,0. DavIs, Secretary
Christian Science Students:j
The Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan will meet
tought at 7:45 in thq Upper Room of Lane Hall.
Joseph H. Woodard
Phi Delta Kappa:
The Phi Delta Kappa picnic will be held at Whitmore Lake on Thurs-j
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
Students of Commercial Education:
There will be a meeting of all Summer Session students interested in
Commercial Education this afternoon at 4 o'clock in Room 8, Tappan Hall.
W. (k. Sharland
Summer Students:
The League is giving a Sports party this evening at the Women's Athletic
Building from 8 to 10:30 ,oclock. Bowling and dancing. Everyone is cordially
invited.
Marie Hartwig, Sunmuer President
Tolstoy, Centenary Lecture:
Reverend Frank Hartley will speak today at 4:15 in Room 231 Angell
Hall on) "Can We Believe in Brotherhood?' The League of Nations will be
discussed at the end of the meeting. The public is invited.'
Francis S. Onderdonk....
To All Students Having Library Rooks:
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that such books are due Monday, August 13, before the
impending examinations.
2. Students who have special needs for certain books between August 13
and August 17 may make. application in the Office of the Superintendent of
Circulation.
3. The names of all students who have not cleared their records at the
Library by Wednesday, August 15, will b'e sent to the Recorder's Office, where
their credits will be held up until such time as said records are cleared,
in compliance with the regulations of the regents.
Conference Group For Thursday:
This will be they final discussion on the course for this summer. The
subject for discussion will be* "Efficient School Buildings" and it will be
discussed by Supt. F. W. Frostic of Wyandotte. He has had much practical
experience in this field. He will show how school buildings can be utilized
t- ) ieir fuil capacity. A. B. Ioethlman
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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
KELLOGG TREATY MAY 9OVNG
SPEED UPEVACUATIO0N SPOTS W(
(By Associated Press) THORPE WINS GOLF TITLE
PARIS.-The acceptance of Secre-
taryKeloggs ati-ar lede b 25 Kenneth Thrope, champion in thec
tary Kellogg's anti-war pledge by 15 second flight of the Ann Arbor golf
nations has spurred Germany's ef- tournament last year, is the 1928f
forts to hasten the evacuation of the Summer Session golf champion.a
Rhineland. Thrope defeated A. A. Bochnowski inf
In French government circles the the finals yesterday to win the title.C
belief prevails that Germany intends ---e
to strike while the iron is hot and AMERICANS WIN
press the point that there is no more SLOTEN, Holland, Aug. 8.-The
need for military guarantees in the AmeN dole ug.ers -he
Rhineland with the Locarno agree- mrlvan d Paul V. Cost let
ments and the new Kellogg pcsi McIivaine and Paul V. Costello beat v
operatihn. the Swiss air of Boshard and Reider
by four lntstdyi h semi-
The evacuation of the Ruhr Valley lengths today in the semi-
finals of the Olympic regatta.f
began in July, 1925, as a direct.conse- -ygt
quence of the Dawes Plan and thef
Germans are expected to argue that VON ELM WINS OPEN TITLE
France should make a similar gesture PONTIAC, Aug. 8.-By the narrow
of confidence in the Kellogg treaty. margin of one stroke, George Von
The forces of occupation, formerly Elm, former national amateur cham-
100,000 men, have been reduced to pion, today holds the Michigan opene
50,000. Under the treaty of Versailles golf championship. Von Elm won thec
the Coblenz bridgehead was to be open title by completing the 72 holesc
held until 1930 and the one at May- in 288, one stroke better that Clarencei
ence until 1935. Gamber of Pine Lake golf club.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1928
Hungary Says Rumania
Owes Her_$45,000,000
(By Associated Press)
BUDAPEST.-Hungary will soon
present Rumania with a bill for $45,-
000,000 claimed in settlement of ques-
SWIMMERS REACH FINALS tions relating to landowning rights of
AMSTERDAM, Aug. 8.-Six Ameri- Hungarians now under Rumanian
can swimmers competing in the semi- jurisdiction.
finals of the 100-meter backstroke The League of Nations recently
and 400-meters free style reached the ruled that this was a question that
finals today and will dispute for the must be, settled by direct negotiations
Olympic championships in those between the two countries. The Asso-
events. ciated Press correspondent learns
$45,000,000 is a tentative figure and
FISHER NAMED ASSISTANT that Hungary would probably see it
EVANSTON, August 8.-Waldo reduced considerably if Rumania
Fisher, all-Conference end on North- agreed to a cash offer.
western university's squad last year, 1 Count Buthlen and the government
has been added to the Wildcat foot- have brushed aside with contempt the
ball coaching staff for the coming offer of Mr. Titulesco, Rumania for-
fall. Fisher will be assigned to the eign minister, whereby Hungrary
freshman team where he will tutor would pay compensation to her na-
the end candidates. tionals. whose property in Transyl-
vania was confiscated under the Ru-
POSTPONE TOURNEY mania agrarian law in deduction of
GRAND RAPIDS, August 8.-Be- Rumanian's reparation account.
cause of the wet courts at the Kent "Rumania is' not a creditor of Hun-
country club finals in the Michigan gary. The reparation commission has
closed tennis tournament have been granted a 20-year moratorium to Hun-
indefinitely postponed. Considerable gary during the period of her finan-
delay was experienced in running off cial rehabilitation," declared a high
the tournament last week because of government official to the corre-
frequent rains. spendent.

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