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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,, JULY 4, 1928

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1928

DAILY OFFICIAL. BULLETIN
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).
Volume VIII WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1.928 Number 9
Exhibition of Tibetian Paintings Architectural Building:
A :group of Tibettan paintings is now hung in the glazed cases, ground
floor. Architectural Building. There are &lso a -number of ;pencil sketches
made abroad by Samuel Chamberlain, Louis Rosenberg and Otto Eggers,
distinguished American artists.
Emil Lordl:.
Excursion No. :--iagara Falls:i
All those who contemplate going on the excursion to Niagara Falls
fire urged, t register as soon as possible with Profes'sor R. C. Hussey,
in Room 3051, Natural Science Building. All students must register before
Thursday no=,' July 5th so that reservations may be made. The party
leaves Friday afternoon, July, 6, at 3:15 p. m. and returns to Ann Arbor
early Monday morning, July 9. The trip can be made for $25.
IL Cw Hussey
Chlrstan Science Society:
The Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan will meet
Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Room i02r of the Michigan Union.
School of 3fusic Summer Session Orestrat:
All players of: orchestral instruments are invited to join the summer
,ession orchestrar which rehearses Monday and Wednesday at 2 p. mn., at
i he University Schoool of Music. A concert is being planned. No fee is
charged. A full rehearsal wil be held from 7 to 8:30 p. in., Monday
evenings to accommodate those unable to attend the afternoon rehearsals.
Signed: Du vid Mtattern, Conductor
lotisneads and U'ndergraduate Women Students:
The same Women's League rules are in effect during tihe Summer
Session as those of the regular college year with the exceptiogn that the
c'.s?ng hour on week days is 11 p. in. instead of 10:30. Undergraduates must
sign; in ;and out of their houses.
Beatrice WV. Johnusoni
Adviser of Women

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this return to jealous of every casual action. Jack- Many colleges and universities, and The advisory council has among its':
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Asor wo cll I e I evn upe acordngto resntscholarships and fellow'ships. fame, Dean Gildersleeve of .Barnard,
al American"* ideas, for he lives 'by a code including~ The Institute has information on: President A. L. Lowell,, Alexander
sixth of July. half of his. existence which can't be' fellowships to various iforeign coun- Meiklejohn and President Mary E.
ly and clearly lived in the presence of a lady. Be- tries, am~ounts varying from $100 to Wooley.
doers not reach cause of his honor and strength he
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r, feel's that the 'son encounters the difficulties of his _
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of the life of bring a cause for gossip-thus de-- I= 4h W~ a".
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copn ln.Always that honor -
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gentleman who for the States which he passionately
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ws Jackson as and then began making love to a girl Afternon and tyrsece.nwh a-oo-ubtoraieSht;
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bards whom he were valid. It is almo'st incompre
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in a strong way.I
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it into his 'story to an artistic degree by
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wh en p~atriotism waxed. This has a _______________________________
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;Dr. D. S. S. Brow
Mr. B. B. Coles
Dr. W. R.. Davis
Miss Stella Holle
Lt. W. W. Juvenal,
Mr. Albert Kessel
Dr. WV. L. Lacey
Mr. E. F. McDonal
Mr. Don H. McGill
Miss Anne Margoli
Miss Ethel Mugge
Mr. Edwa~rd C. Prc~
Prof. JaxneA Shane
Mrs. E. F. Sinclair
Mr. Chester B. Sta]

Health "Service:
Physical examinations for Public Health classes must be completed by
Saturday, July 7, at 12 o'clock.
Dr. Edith Sappington
[lse of Athletic Equipment:
Any University of Michigan organizations wishing to use horse-shoes,
balls, bats, or other athletic equipment for picnic or intramural use will
please phone 22315 or call in room 6, Waterman gymnasuin. This equip-
ment will be furnished free of charge as part of the Summer School Intra-
mural program.
Pahl R. Was hke
Intramural Department
Presbyterian Students:
Annual Fourth of July Picnic of the Presbyterian Young People's Society
at the Fair Grounds, one. mile wvest on Huron street m~eet at the church,
corner of Huron and Divisiion,- at 2:30 o'clock, or take Vashtenaw bus.
President
Mail for tile following persons is being held in the Office of the
Summer Session. Room 8, University Hall:
Mr. Maurice Jerome Bishkoo

MrIX. A. B. Vood
i'. E. Ihinkin

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