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GE FOUt

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JUNE

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

I DAILY OFFICIAL UL LETIN

SUMMER STUDENT T.
WHERE AMERICAN
"If Miss Amelia Earhardt didn't en-3
Joy herself in Wales it was her own
fault," was the decisive statement. of

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received 0t the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

Volume VIII

FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1928

Number 6

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General Reception:
All student's are cordially invited to attend the informal reception to
be given by the faculty in Barbour Gymnasium Friday, June 29, 8:30 to 11
F. M. Dancing. Admission will be by treasurer's receipt.
Edward H. kraus.
Convcation-College of Engineering and Architecture:
Faculty and students of the College of Engineering and Architecture will
meet today 'at* 11 A. M., in Room 348, West Engineering Building. All,
classes will be excused for this 'period. Dean Sadler will speak.
Louis A. Hopkins.
College of Literature, Science, and 'the Arts-Changes of Elections:
Unavoidable changes of elections may be made on Thursday and Friday,
June 28 and June 29, in the Recorder's office, R6om 4, University Hall. After
June 28, changes may be made only. by permission of the Administrative
Board. Save under extraordinary circumstances, courses dropped after the
middle 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 officially
dropped and record made of the change in the Recorder's office.
Florence Mohr, Recorder.
Graduate Students:
Stu'dents who have not returned their election cards to the office of
the Graduate School, Room 1014, Angell Hall, should do so by Monday, July 2.
Change's in elections should be made on Friday, Saturday and Monday:
This involves changin'g of one course for another, dropping of courses, or
.ddinig of courses to schedule already submitted.
The Graduate School office should be notified of change of city address.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
PhI'ysics 105:
It has been decided that this course will give graduate credit if taken
during the summer. Students interested in the work should call at the
office of the Graduate School to make proper election.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
University Women:
Any girls interested int earning their board by serving please see me
in my., office at -Barbour Gymnasium.
Beatrice W. Johnson.
To All Chinese Students:
All Chinese students are cordially invited to a reception to be given by
the Ohinese Students' Club of the University of Michigan on Friday evening
at seven o'clock, June 29th, in Wesley Hall.
Jack Yuen, Acting Secretary.
F:cursIon No. 2-Plan4 of the Ford Motor Company:
,Due to recently changed operating conditions, Excursion Number 2 to
the Plant of the Ford Motor Companry will be conducted in conjunction with
Fxcursion No. 4, July 11.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
Excursion No. 3-Niagara Falls:
All Those who contemplate going on the excursion to Niagara Falls are

Miss Mary Edwards, a resident of
Betsy Barbour House during the sum-
mer session. "You see, Pwyll, the land-
ing place of Miss Earhart, isless than
two miles from LIanelly where I was
born and I know the people. Theyj
are always very hospitable and weret
especially glad to receive the aviatrixI

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from America because of the great
interest they have in the country. Al-!
most every family has sent some of its
younger members over here to work.
"Pwyll means pit. It used to be a
nest of pirates and outlaws, but Miss
Earhart found great steel mills and,
copper works in their stead. However,a
she couldn't have found a more d6-1
lightful country if she had tried. Wild
flowers are very plentiful, especially
wild pansies. Huge strawberries are
favorite treat. People along the road
grown and with clabbered cream are a
will buy a quart of berries to eat in
place of the American ice cream cone.
"Many of the old ways still re-
urged to regist er as soon as possible v

'ELLS OF REGION MT EDUCATION CLUB
AVIATRIX LANDED LELETS OFFICERS
main," continued Miss Edwards "It SlAt a meeting of the Women's Edu-
would be very strange if among the cationalClub which was aheld Wed-
thatched cottages Miss Earhart failed nesday evening at the i Beta Phi
to find earthern floors, packed as hard More than 100 college and high house, Miss Cleo artland, who has
school coachessfromestates asdfarhwest
as stone, which are scrubbed daily. school coaches from states as far west opened the house to the activities of
However, the Welsh language which as Texas and almost every state east the club for the third summer, ex-
produced such names as Mynydd, of the Mississippi river have enrolled tended a greeting to the members.
Pwllheli, and Braich-y-pwll is dying ;in the University of Michigan summer Later in the evening the following
out. school for athletic coaches according officers were elected: president, Miss
"Walking is a great pastime. in to enrollment facts just released by Elizabeth Ferguson; treasurer, Mrs.
Wales," Miss Edwards said reminis- the athletic association. Anna Marie Cooke; and secretary, Mrs.
cently. "Each community has its walk- Harry Cole who has coached at Al- Meta Riseman. Chairmen of various
ing club. Professors will organize bion college and Alabama Polytechnic committees were appointed by the
groups of students for walking tours Institute; William Flynn who has president, publicity chairman Miss
during holidays. After the evening coached at Loyola university, Chicago; Lyda McHenry; Program Committee,
church service the congregations go and Harold Steele, former Michigan Miss Emma Lundbom; social chair-
down the sea shore and the beach football player now coaching at Kan man Mrs. Jessie B. Henderson.
will have thousands of people walk- sas university, are some of the more The next meeting of the club will
ing up and down and singing. Singing prominent coaches in the summer be held at 7 o'clock, Monday evening,
is another enjoyment of the Welsh. school here. July 3, at the Pi Beta Phi house, 836
Everyone sings. Groups of children Theoretical and practical training is Tappan Road.
walking along the fine roads of Wales being offered in every phase of ath-
will sing hymns, anthems, and bits of letics such as football, baseball, bas-P AB
oratorios. ketball, track, community, and mass PORTABL E
"Oh, yes, Wales, is famous for one athletics, and playground supervision. TYPEWRITERS
more thing. They say the finest com-. This year, as in previous years, the (oran, Reiing'ton, Underwood,
llexions in the world are found there.", summer school for coaches is underRoal
the personal direction of Fielding H. Black and Colored Duco Finishes
Yost, director of intercollegiate ath- 0. D. MORRILL
Nith Proafessor R. C. Hussey, in Room letics. 17 Nichels Arcade Phone 6615

'>051 Natural Science Building. The party will leave Detroit by boat Friday
evening. July 6, and return to Ann Arbor early Mondiy morning, July 9.
T'he trip can be made for $25.
R. C. Hussey.
1'1niv ersity Scpl of 311ic Summer Session Orchestra:
The Summer Session orchestra of the University School of Mu'sic invites
all orchestral players in the University and community to rehearse at the
School of Music at 2:00 P. MI., Mondays and Wednesdays. A very attractive
library of concert and symphonic music is available. A concert will be given
at the endof the session. No fee will be charged.
DavidAMattern, Director.
Roekfordl Plays:
There will be a matinee .performance only of "THE LETTER" today.
Robert henderson.

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STAGE --
GARDEN OF MELODY
Soli's Marimba Band,
Sunday-LOTTIE MAYER and Her Famous
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Also JIMMIE ADAMS in
"SLIPPERY HEELS"
Sportlight News Local Topics
Saturday-George Bancroft in
"The Showdown"

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The Vniversity of Michigan Presenxts The ROCKFORD PLAYERS
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All Seats 50c

Opening Tomorrow
Matinee and Night
George M. Cohan's
"So This Is London!"

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