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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAG4 FOUR

THURSDAY, JUNF

PAGE FOUR THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JUN

DAILYOFFIIAL ULLEIN
DA Y O F C -LPublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received Iat the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

IVolume 'VIII

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1928

Number 5

(General Reception:
All student's are cordially invited to ;atte rd the informal reception
Abe given by the !faculty in Barbour Gymnasium Friday, June 29, 8:30 to
1'. M. Dancing. Admission will be by treasurer's receipt.
Edward H. Krans.

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Fxcursion No. 1-Anni Arbor and 'Vicinity:
Students who have registered for this excursion will meet on the steps
of the General Library this afternoon. The tou~r starts promptly at 2:30.
Carlton F. Wells, Director of Excursions.
Fxcursion No. 2-Plant of tihe Ford Xotor Comnpany :
Due to recently changed operating conditions, Excursion Number 2 to
the Plant of the Ford Motor Company will 'be conducted in conjunction with
Excursion. No. 4, July 11.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
Excursion No. 3-Niagara Falls :
All those who contemplate going on the excursion to Niagara Palls are
urged to register as soon as possible with Proif"Isor R. C. Hussey, in Room
3051 Natural Science Building. 'The party will leave Detroit by boat Friday
evening.,Jly 6, and return to Ann Arbor early ,Monday morning, July 9.
'the trip can be made for $25.
R. C. Hussey.
Special Lectures :
Dr. Cornelius U. Ariens Kappers, director of the Central Institute for
lWain Research, Amsterdam, Holland, will give two special lectures, open to
all interested, as follows: Thursday, June 28, 3 P. M., Neurobiotaxis;
Friday, June 29, 3 P. M., Evolution of the Cerebral Cortex. These lectures
will be given in Room 2501 New Medical Building.
G. Carl Hubher.
(Nonvocatio--College of Engineering and Architecture:
Faculty and students of the College of Engineering and Architecture will
'meet" on Friday, June 29, at 11 A. M., in Room 348, West Engineering Build-
ing: All classes will be execused for this period. Dean Sadler will speak.

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Louis A. Hopkins.
College of Literatture, Science, and tihe Arts-Changes of Elections:
Unavoidable changes of elections may be made on Thursday and Friday
June 28 iand June 29, in the Recorder's office, Room 4, University Hall. After
June 28, changes may be made only by permission of the Administrativ(
Board. Save under extraordinary circumstances, courses dropped after the
rniddle of the Summer term, July 21, will be recorded with the grade E
Membership in a class does not cease. until the course has been official],
dropped and record made of the change in the Recorder's office.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.
Architecture 1-Elements of Design:
Mr. H. R. Gamble will give this course daily from 9 to 12.
School Hygien f and Vital Statistics :
The Course in School Health Problems will meet in Room 21 of Watej
man Gymnasium at 8 A. M. The Course in Vital Statistics will meeti
Room 123 West Medical Building at 10 A. M.
Wl{. E. Forsythe.
I WHEN YOU EAT AT
I --THE--
Chu'bb House
YOU ARE AT HOME
The Most Sanitary 'Place in the
ICampus".
C HUBB HOUSE
4 ~ 209 South State' Street
Meals by the Day or by the Week at
Reasonable Prices

WORK TO START ON 'THE EGYPTIAN' Nusr School Cildre:
Nursery school children, between the ages of two and five years. Three
{<<<:.>.y;Jy <f r, ' or tour more chldren may be accommodated in the Summer Nursery school,_
f~i ,,i f, . { . : >f' r. , F at cost; underth direction ofDr Katharine BGn. Address apia
; '; u,, .' °;e Jr { ... ."':x .yJ choo ofEdtotiherr 2atCutheStschoolhol of° Education or 820 :%r "Church'' St.f# The j school T'isi",.er{ :
"> ^ ~. . .. held from 8:00 A. M. to noon, five days a week, at 226 S. Ingalls St.
. }. . F ¢ History:
Course 225-Seminary in nj.e Great. Period of the Middle Ages. This
hF y {''course may be elected by graduate students wishing to do research in Medi-
1 s > <v *' Edgar iH. McNeal.
,A Physics Wilk-Atomic Structure:
The lectures will be given at 7 A. M. Tuesday, Wedesdays, Thursdays
and Fidays.
~ E. F. Barker.
a lUniversity !ten and Women :
Fy q A beginners' class in Socal Dancing will be held in Barbour Gymnasium
Tuesday and Thursday, from 7 to 8 P. M. Six lessons for $1.50. Music,
° x ,x r y7 three-piece orchestra. Classes begin June 26th.
~~ Ethel McCormik.
a rTo All Men Summer School Students:
r z:: All men wishing to compete in Summer Intramural Sports will please
sign up in~ Roc--m 6 of Waterman Gymnasium at once. Summer Intramural
s ; a YSports wil be hand-ball, tennis, golf, horse-shoes, squash racquets, swi-
3 # 4 pation. All entries must be in before Saturday, June 30th, and tourna-
pl a4 nent play in all sports will begin Monday, July 2nd.
Paul R Washke.
licealth Service During the Sumimer:
r ;, All students regularly enrolled for the Summser Sesslin are entitled
r .. Q' '" ; '"> , to practically unlimited medial attention of any nature. It is provided~ at
° he U n ve si y ea th Se vi e, N. U~d erit A en e, ne.' -*>ht na . D ispensary: The D ispensary w ill be open from 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
S~ri~1 * ...... , ,~ ~daily, except Saturday and Sunday. Saturday hours from 9 to 12; Sunday
~' ~ ~ ' 4 ~.hours 11 to 12.
y t t "*i R.won Calls: Students who tare ill in their room and wish medical
_____ . ~ attention should call University Telephone Exchange fr such service..
. fg r Warren E. Forsythe.
4 J > " >uyE" J
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