DAILY OFFICIAL BLLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
FAMOUS NEUROLOGIST HOTCHKISS PRAISES LOW RATE
OF ACCCIDENTS IN IRON MIN
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SATTRDAY, JUNE 30, 1928
Students 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.
Changes in elections should be made on Friday, Saturday and Monday.
This involves changing of one course for another, dropping of courses, or
adding osf courses to schedule already submitted.
The Graduate School office should be notified of change of city address.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
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.
Any girls interested in earning their board by serving please 'see me
in my office at Barbour Gymnasium.
Beatrice W. Johnson.
School of Education-Change of Elections:
Any change of elections by students enrolled in the School of Education
must be reported at the office, 105 Tappan Hall.l
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in a classI
begin until all changs have been officially registered in this office. Arrange-
ments made only with the instructors are not official changes. This applies
likewise when the student changes sections.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder,
Ixcursion Np. 2--Phint of the Ford )lotor Company:
D to recently changed operating conditions, Excursion Number 2 to
the Plant of the Ford Motor Company will be conducted in conjunction with
-xcursion No. 4, July 11.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
Excursli::n No. --N iagara Falls:
All those who contemplate going on the excursion to Niagara Falls are
urged to register as soon as possible with Protfessor R. C. Hussey, in Room
;051 Natural Science Building. The party will leave Detroit by boat Friday
evening, iuly 6, and return to Ann Arbor early Monday morning, July 9.
The trip can be made for $25.
R. C. Russey.
Ini'ersity School of Music Summer Session Orchestra:
The Summer Session orchestra of the University School of Music invites
all orchestral players in the University and community to rehearse at the
School of Music at 2:00 P. M., Mondays and Wednesdays. A very attractive
library of concert and symphonic music is available. A concert will be given
at the end of the session. No fee will be charged.
David Mattern, Director.
University of Michigan has been3
honored this summer with the pres-
ence of one of Europe's most eminent
menl of science, Dr. C. U. Ariens Kap-3
hers, who is Director of the Central#
Institute for Brain Research at Am-
sterdam, Holland. Dr. Kappers is es-
pecially interested in the study of
Comparative Neurology, and is a worldz
authority in this field.
He is the guest of the department#
of anatomy at the University here, and#
has already given two special lectures
on comparative neurology under its
auspices. Dr. Kappers is the authorl
of a two volume text on "The Compar-
ative Anatomy of the Nervous System,"
and has. published many treatises on
PARROTT WILL LECTURE
ON ELIZABETHAN DRAMAI
"Elizabethan Drama" will be thel
subject of a lecture to be delivered
Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock at thek
Natural Science auditorium by Pro-
fessor Thonas M. Parrott of Prince-
ton university. Professor Parrott is!
'a well known authority in the field
of Elizabethan literature, and his lec-!
ture is looked forward to with inter-
est. This lecture is one of the reg-
ular University series, and all inter-
ested are invited.
A live unmuzzled lion was the chief:
DULUTH, Minn., June 28-The iron
mining industry was praised for hav-
ing the lowest accident rate in the
mining industry by J. C. Hotchkiss,
president of the Michigan College of
Mining and Technology, speaking at
the annual conference of the Lake Su-
perior Mining section of the National
Safety council here recently.
"The Lake Superior district has a
most enviable record for accomplish-
ments in safety work," he told the
delegates. "You have accomplished
the reduction of fatal accidents so that
their proportion is lower in the iron
mining industry than any other min-
"The record of fatal accidents in
mining in Michigan and Minnesota for
all kinds of mining also is very low
and few states having a mining in-
dustry have better records.
"Three of the four large mining dis-
asters in this section of the country
have been due to the fact that work-
ings approached too closely the bottom
of the glacial drift," said Mr. Hotch-
kiss. "These three were the Mans-
field Mine in September, 1893, when
28 men lost their lives; the Milford
Mine on the Cuyuna Range in Sep-
tember, 1924, when 41 were killed, and
the Barnes Hecker disaster in Novem-
ber, 1926, when 51 miners were kill-
"Practically all our mines in the
Lake Superior district are mining un-
der a cover of glacial drift about which
relatively little can be known with-
out prohibitive and therefore unwar-
ranted expense," explained Mr. Hotch-
some of the older mines in which sub-
sidence of the surface due to mining
has taken place so that the conditions
under which the mining proceeds are
The work being done by the Michi-
gan College of Mining and Technology
in determining the depth to the top'
of the water-saturated glacial drift
and the depth to rock was outlined by
the institutions president.
"If our hopes are realized it will
the risk of future accidents of th
nature of that at the Milford mine
The college also is carrying on pre
liminary investigations to see if son
still cheaper are more rapid metho
may be found to measure the glacia
drift, he said.
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attraction in a parade organized by kiss. "The only mines which are com-
Columbia students to dedicate their pletely free from danger of this kind
new athletic field. of accident are the open pit mines, and
Mich. Mrs. Louise P. Dorn, the Librarian, states that members of the Fac-
c1ty should feel p'rfect'y free to use the library at their convenience. For
:urther information regarding the index, please consult the Attendant in
charge of the Engineering Library hr the East Engineering Library.
W. W. Denton.
Women in IPhysical Education:
Heart and lung examination for women's physical education classes and
for use of the Union :ool must be completed not later than Tuesday, July 3.
w Engineering Weekly Card Index:
Through the courtsy of the Detroit Edison Company, this index, pub-
hed weekly by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and cover-
V all branches of engineering, is now accessible to members of the Faculty
the University. The card files, giving brief reviews or annotations on
actically all technical publications of thirty-seven countries, are located in
e library at the General Offices of the Comptany, 2000 Second Ave., Detroit,
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Women's Edfucation ial Club:
The Women's Educational Club will meet Monday evening, July 2
the Pi Beta Phi House, 836 Tappan Road, at 7:00 to 8:00 o'clock.
Miss Cleo Murtland will give an account of a recent visit to Indust
Plants and Schools of England and France.
Womer students are cordially invited to attend.
Elizabeth Ferguson, President.
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