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THE :SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULEI
Publication, in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received 1st the office of the Summer Session
untilJ 3:30 P. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

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THURSDAY, JULY a, 1928

No. 1041

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'. tuio in Noi. :3 Niagara Falls:
The special car for the Niagara FW1% tecursion leaves tir t .~ c
-~te and Packard at 2 p. ra. to IW.
R'- V. lltussev
'1o All He", Play-ing in the Suimmer Tennis' Tournanieii'ts:
Please call in the Intramural Office (room 6 'Waterman Gym) for cards
1,®rmitting you to pia~y on Ferry Field Courts free of charge. The charge
is usually' $1.50 but to tournament players the charge is not collected in lieu
of the Intramural Tennis Card.
Paul IL 'Washke.
Intramural Office
set,0ol of MCusie Suimmer Session Orchestra:
All players of orchestral instruments are invitod to joini the summer
session orchestra which rehearses Monday and Wednesday at 2 p. in., at
t 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: "David Mattern, Conductor

"The Closed Gardeje"-Ju
Transalated ,from the
Henry Lonigan, Stuart.
Brrthers, New York.
Provincial French life
"The Closed' Garden."7
family consists of M. Mes,
two daughters, Germaine
maid" and Adrienne -y
tiful ;and alive. To depiieo hstretasI
genius and Julian Green
ius.

lan Green- To write "The Closed Garden" is
French by! to write a very clever study in ab-'
Harper And normal psychology. Julian Green, al-
$2.50. though an American, lives in France.
--such is While hie is still but a young man of
The Mesurat 27, he prefers the quiet refuge of re-
Surat ,and his mote Auvergne to the noisy salons
e "thre old i rd Parlis. Critic's, both' French and,
young, beau-' merican, are looking for great things
.ct the tragic froam this so talented young mhan.

REGULATIONS GOVERNING WOMEN
STUDENTS CODIFIED BY LEAGL)
they leave and record themselves
The regulations governing women returned when they come in.
students in the University have been only difference in summer is in
codified by the Women's League, a rule concerning closing hours dui
body composed of all the women en- the week. Undergraduates are
rolled in the University. The rules quired to be in their houses by
are the result. of many years of ex- o'clock. Graduate students are
perience and represent the minimum under these regulations, however,
number, of regulations upon which dormitories and approved houses
the college community can exist. erate on the schedule of Wou
During the regular year, womenj League regulations.
students are required to be in theirl
houses by 10:30 on week nights. They Subscribe to the Summer 'ifch
must~ register their destination when Daily-$1.50.

the pen of a
is that gen-F

lM. Mesurat is happy in his narrow
way; he. wants his life to continue so
always-uninteresting and void of all
unusua 1l details. Gernmai ne su ffers
from illnesses imaginary and real,E
while Adrienne must stay in this at-
mosphere, watched and spied on con-
tinually by these two. Is it to beC
wondered that she imagines for her-
selfa love affair with an elderly man
to whom 'she had never spoken? Is
it strsinge that such a6 girl should kill

The surnmer course for workers in
industry at Wisconsin, planned to give
workers an insight into the world of
education 'and its relation to indus-
try, has an enrollment of 46.
EWashington university at St, Louis
is planning a new $450,000 football
stadium.
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ilouseheads and UndergraduateV
The same Women's League
Session -as those of the regular
closing hour on week~days is 11 p.
sign in and out of their houses.

Women Students:
rules are in effect during the Summer
college year with the exception that the
gn. instead of 10:30. Undergraduates must

her father? And finally, rys it unus-
ual to see her go mnad and to see her

Beatrice W. Johnson
Adviser of Women

Health Service:
- Physical examinations for Public Health classes must be completed by
Saturday, July 7, at 12 o'clock.
Dr. Edith SI'ppingtoii
Use of AthleticeqFuipment:
Any University of Michigan organizations wishing to use horse-shoes,
balls, bats, or other athletic equipment for picnic or intramural use will
pleasOo hone 22315 or call in room 6, Waterman gymnasum. This equip-
ment wvill be furnished free of charge as part of the Summer School Initra-
mural program. --

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Paul R. Waslke
intramural Department
Thlere is being held in the office of
e Summer Session, Room 8, Univer-
ty hAll, mail for the following:
Dr. D. C. S. Brown
Mr., Wray H. Congon
Bliss H. J. Corne Dr. W. R. Davis
?Miss Stella Holle
Mr. Albert Kessel
Mr. Don H. McGill
Mrs. Daisy Manley
Dr. WV. L. Lacey
- Mliss Anne Margolin
Mliss Helen Martyrs
Mr. George T. Ryan
Mr. P. B. Towill
Mr. (1. T. Wood

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