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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

Su$day, July S,

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY Su?~4ay, July 8,

DA!L Y OfFFICIAL BULLET I N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received fat the office of the Summer Session
.until 3:30 p, . in(11:34 a. m. Saturday).
Volume VIII SUN~DAY, JULY 8, 1928 No. 13
lExcuiw.1oiiNo. 4
Ford .Motor Iudrs: ic;;. incIhd~ng continuous assembly line for new Ford
automobiles, bast furnaces. power rlant, plate glass plant, ore unloading
d;i k s foundry, Pordson trlctLor assembly, andl so lort.h . All of the above
will be seen in operation.
The party will leave ii special motor 1. usses.,'Wednesday afternoon.
July 11, at 1:15 p. in. in front of Angell hall, State st reet. Round trip tickets
.($1.4:x) must be secured by Tuesday, July 10, 6 p. in., in Room 8, University
Hall.
Carlton Wells,
Director of Excursions
Members of Faculties :
An invitation has been received at th~e President's office for any mem-
ber's of the faculties to visit the Citizens' Camps conducted by the Army
in this corps area: Visitors' Day at Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan,
for the Reserve Officers' Training Camp is July' 20, and for the Citizens'
Military Training Camp August 17. Visitors are ;welcome on other days as
\.V. Dates for visiting days at other camps or other information can be
.secured at the office of the President.
Mlargaret (lameron

the University Schoool of Music. A concert is being planned. No fee is P1 Lamb" Thema:
charged. A full rehearsal will be held from 7 to 8:30 p. in., Monday Pi Lambda The
evenings to accommodate those unable to attend the afternoon rehearsals. o'clock Tuesday, J>
1Signed: DavidlMattern, Conductor School, if you can+
car or wish to be to
;Hen's Education Club:}
The next meeting of the club will be held at the Michigan. Union
Monday evening, July 9, at 7 o'clock. Mr. O'Neil, head of the Department Faculty. Concert:
of Speech of the University will be the speaker. In addition to the address, The following
a stunZt will be staged by one of the group's. Hill Auditoi'ium, W
The following baseball games are scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, Mua( Gregor, a mer
July 10 ,at 4 o'clock on South Ferry Field. 4Ti? . b.'gee
' Principals vs. Superintendents. vited. No admnissi
Faculty vs. Teachers.3 Johrnstoni: lCvenor:
F. G. Averlil. iRoninza :Ru5>>ell:
"Thou Art the Roc
WomenJ's Educational Club:
r IThe Women's Educational Clu~b will meet at 30 Tappan Road from
7 to 8 u. im., on 'Monday, July 9. Mrs. Glenn Carlson will discuss the
Rollins' Park Plan. There will be a
group of songs by Miss Ross. All wo- ;'1~tltlli{1{lllllll{fill,
Smen of the Summer Session are car- ~ Hv o re n
dially invited. -"o'th
Elizabeth Ferguson, President =
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Leta swimi and picnic at Dr. Moehiman's, Barton Hills, 51
Tuly 10. Please notify Madeline Bowers, University High
come at 5 or 6 o'clock; also whether you can provide a
aken. Consult Miss Bowers for directions.
Ratherine B. Greene
program will be given in the Faculty Concert Series, in
Wednesday evening, July 11, at 8:15 o'clock, by Margaret
tber of the organ faculty of the University Sryhocl of
ral public, with the exception of small children, L.i in-.
don charge. W idor: A llegro vivace (Fifth Sjrm phony);t, B c : P e u e a d F g e i a o ; W l t n o t e
1: she Bells of Saint Anne de [leaupre; 'MNfift: Toccata

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