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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFCILBULLETIN 1
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received 4t the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a: m. Saturday).

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Volume VIII

SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1928

Number 81

Graduate Students:
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, oi
addinig olf courses to schedule already submitted.
The Graduate School office should be notified of change of city address.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
School of Eduestlon-Change of Elections: : -
Any change of elections by students enrolled in the School of Education
must be reported at the office, 105 Tappan Hall.
Membership in a class does not cease nor does membership in a class
begin until all changes 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.
Physics Colloquini:
Dr. Thomas 1. Johnson of the The Bartol Research Foundation of The
Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, will speak on "The Reflection of Hydrogen
Atoms from Crystals," at 4:15, Tuesday, July 3, in "Room 1041, East Physics
Building. All interested are cordially invited.

NEW PASTOR TO Classes In Natural Dancing Will Give ILLINI ENROLLS '
PREACH S U11DAY -
Dance Recital In Last Wee Of August Summer School registrat
Rev./Allison Ray Heaps, from New ; University of Illinois totals
York, will occupy the pulpit this Two natural dancing classes under of relaxation. dents of which 1,552 are u:
morning at the First Congregational Miss Marion Van Tuyle, instructor of The work in these classes leads to ates and 637 are graduate
I Physical Education, will be held at a more perfect means of self expres-
urch, corner State street and Wi 2 and 4 o'clock every day of the sion, and an appreciation and under-
liams, speaking on the theme "Useweek in Barbour gymnasium. standing of good music, and know-
of Freedom." The services will begin jThese classes should be especially ledge of rhythm, according to Miss f OPTICAL
at 10:45. Rev. Heaps has recently interesting to those women on cam- Van Tuyle. N
accepted the call to become pastor of puses who teach during the winter The climax to the summer season DEPR TMEN
.the local church, and this morning months, for they afford a great deal I will be a dance recital given by the Lenses and Frames
he will deliver his last 'sermon before, of material which can be used in the members of the classes which will 'ITo Order
taking up his pastoral duties in Sep- 1 class room next fall. They also have take place the first week in August. Optical Prescript
tember. I a health value, in that one of the ob- ss n Tuyle particularly urges
Mr. Heaps is a graduate from North- jects of the classes is to work for women wishing to' join the class, not Filled
western university and has taken more perfect body control, and the: to feel that they must have some pre- HALLERS
graduate work at the Divinity School development of a more perfect power vious experience in natural dancing, State St. JJewe
as these classes are open to begin-
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ExCursiin 4o. 3-Niagara Falls:4
All those who contemplate going on the excursion to Niagara Fulls are
urged to register as soon as possible with Profes'sor 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 Mondiay morning, July 9.
The trip can be made for $25.
.. C. Hussey.
Vniversity School of usie 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 R. 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.
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