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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, AUGUST 11,

PAGE J'OUR SATURDAY, AUGUST 11,

DAILY OF1FICI.AL BULLE[TIN
Publi,,ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received att the office of th~e Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volum~e VII S~ VIT-1.DAY, AUGUVST 11, 192S No. 42

regular and visiting--are urged to he present. Important announcements
are to be made by the Executive Committee and by other's.
a C. O. lDavis, Secretary
Signing Out Slips:;
At the close of Summer School w ill all house heads kindly bring the
Signing-Out Slips to thu office of the Advisers of Women in Barbour Gym-
nasium. Please do this by Saturday, August. 25.
Beatrice W. Johnson

VETERAN SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM
SPONSORS TRAINING FOR CHINESE

Treacher's Diiplomuas:
Students cxpectin,; to complete (during, the Summer Session) the re-
qiuirements for degrees or for* teacher's dip~lomas are requested to call at the TIo All Students Ha-ving Library Rooks:

Advlser of Women

c~ieofiM un r liy of uithe ch~ool or olleg in he cntney are enrolled 1. Students having in, their possession books drawn from th e University
andlii ou Lh ue~e~aryblaks ~rearaoryto he aymnt f te dplopaLibrary are notified that such books are due Monday, August 13, before thej
fees to the Universcity Treasurer, ipnngeantons
F. H. Kraus j 2. Students who have special needs for certain books between August 13
ttz~tmhnt of (efit and August 17 mnay make application in the Office of the Superintendent of
tte ntofrei:Circulation.I
In the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, in the School of Edu- 3.TenmsoIl tdnswohventcerdterrcrsa h
catin, n(1in he racuat Scool crditforwor doe drin th SumerLibrary by Wednesday, August 15, will be sent to the Recorder's Office, wher'e
Session will be recordied and credit coupons mailed in strict accordance with terceiswl ehl putlsc iea adrcrsaecerd
* the blanks on file in these offices. Iudents should make sure that their elec- in compliance with the regulations of the regents.
tion cards and the addresses on their coupons agree with the facts.EF.LD.Gorct
Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, and of Phar- *LD.oolil
macy desiring to be notified of the results of the examinations should leave ISCNI-codn oAea-itcoinaein12 ad19,
addressed and 'stamped envelopes in their resjective registration offices. Aot10mr tdnswl ea-
E. H. Kraus der Meiklejohn, chairman of the ex-Abu13moesdntwllea-
l~ mitted as~ freshmen to study Greekj

(By Associated Press)
COLUMBIA, Mo., Aug. 10.The
world's oldest school of journalism,
here -at the University of Missouri, is
extending a helping hand across the
sea to the first Asiatic newspaper
training school in Yenching Univer-
sity, Peking.
Dr. Walter Williams, founder and
dean of the 20-year old Missouri
school, is sponsoring the support.
Ver~non Nash, who received the bach-
elor of journalism degree here in 1914,
heads the Chinese school. He became
chairman of the journalism depart-
ment in 1924, when it was started.
Back on furlough this year, Nash
has organized Muszuli-Yenching Hui
'(the Missouri- Yenching association)
for the purpose of gaining financial
aid of students, faculty members and
alumni of the University of Missouri.
He plans to return in August, to in-
aggurate the extensive program.

fjom several American newspaper
publishers to contribute $1,000 each
annually to the Chicago institution to
guarantee- the minimum operating
budget in the first five years. The
American Society of Newspaper Edi-
tors voted $1,000 from its treasury to
the fund, and civic clubs have pledged
dents will be used to. maintain re-
ciprocal graduate scholarships in the
two schools.
Nash, a Rhodes scholar, served in
Y. M. C. A. work in the Far East
during the world war and has had
several years' newspaper experience.
A need for rapid expansion of
journalism in China, he says, has fol-
lowed a great simplification of the
Chinese written language,
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perimental college here, the enthus-

civilizatin. while the 119 sophomnorest

Examniation, Sclhedule: iasmn and interest aroused by the ex-
who were in .the school last year will
All students enrolled in the Schoos and Colleges on the eight weeks basis, periment during its first year warrant utudy American civilization.
whlo Ad ire credit will be, required to pass examinations at the close of the ______________________________________
Hlours of llecitat,311Tine of Examnination =-
7 a. mn. \Vcldesday, 2-14
8 a. in. Wednesday, 4-6ti
0 a. in. Thursday, 8-10 -
10 a. in. Thursday, 4-a;
11 a. in, Frlr'ay, 8-16 -_________ - _______________
1 P n Friday, 10-12
2p. an. 'Thursday, 10-12 OE
3 p. in. Thursday, 2-4 11 -
=4 p. in. Friday, 2-4 = very Day from 8a. m. to 1 p. m.
lrregular' Friday, 4-6 -
Students v ho exolect to receive the master's degree at the close of the ~C N E L V R
present Summer Session should pay the diploma fee of $10.00 before leaving - On the Huron River at the Foot of Cedar St.
Craduate School, Room 1014 Angell Hall. ___________________
TfnrE tt of 1 ,,,, .er rrndo ,ig, ,'1,ired . .;l-d r - ,er tam ned n vd e I ________________________

Under Dean Williams' chairman-
ship, an American advisory and pro-
motion committee "has been formed
and promises have been obtained

The Print and Book ShopI

announces

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that from Augu~st 18th to September 4th
- it will be open m ornings only
from .9 to 12.

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TELEPHONE 21081

521 E. JEFFERSON ST.

iiiin nuui u i En nnn n u uu un n E r r i o u E a u in i raiii

should be left at the Gradu te School office.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder
tt hool of Educathm Faculty Luncheon:s
There will be a, luncheon of the Faculty of the School of Education at the
Mlichiigan Union on Tuesday, August 14th, at 12:15 o'clock. All members-
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