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THE : SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 10, 11

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1
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D A ILY O FF IC IAL B U LLEIN
A Publication in the Bulletin is contstructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received eat the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume VIII TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1928 No. 14

ENTRANCES TO WOMEN'S LEAGUE
BUILDING BEAUTIFY STRUCTURE

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Ford Motor Industi ies, including continuous assembly line for new Ford
automobiles, bl)ast turnaces, power plant, plate glass plant, ore unloading
i cks, foundry, Fordson tractor assembly, and so forth. All of the above
will be seen in operation.
The party will leave in special motor busses, Wednesday afternoon.
July 11 at 1:15 p. ii. in front of Angell hall, State street. Round trip tickets
($L.) ust be secured by Tuesday, July 10, 6 p. in., in Room 8, Univeriy
Hall.'
Tarlton Wells,
Director of Exeursions
Members of Faculties:
An 1lvitation has been received at the President's office for any mem-
bers 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
well. Dates Ior visiting days at other camps or other information can be
secured at the office of the President.
Margaret Cameron
P1 Jdajubda Theta:
Pi LaniLda Theta swim and picnic at Dr. Moehlman's, Barton Hills, 5
o'clock Tuesday, July 10. Please notify Madeline Bowers, University High
school, if you can come at 5 or 6 o'clock; also whether you can provide a
car :,r wish to be taken. Consult Miss Bowers for directions.
Katherine B. Greene
Pi Delta Kappa:
Phi Delta Kappa will hold its regular weekly luncheon today at
12:05 in the Ladies Dining room gat the Michigan Union. All members
are expected to be present.
Roy R. Ullinan, President
UN/VERSITY AUDIENCES APPROVE
GOOD PLAYS SAYS MISS GARNSEY
Coming recently from the New York versity audiences too. They are in-
stage, Miss Marvel Garnsey, one of telligent and somehow so very ap-
the most promising of the Rockford I preciative of good plays. Their en-
Players, -has succeeded in making a thusiasm, when it is won is always
deep impression upon Michigan aud- so sincere and wholehearted."

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GRAFTON MADE GENERAL
SECRETARY OF ASSOCIATION
Homer Grafton, for the past year
executive secretary of the Student
Christian association, has been made
general secretary of that association
for the.coming school year. His se-
lection was made at a meeting of
the board of trustees of the S. C. A.
held Friday night. In his new office.
however, he will continue in the ca-
pacity of business manager of the
University Fresh Air camp at Patter-'
son. Mr. Grafton is a graduate from

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lences. Entirely absorbed in the stage!
work; she radiates personality and in-
terest as she speaks of it.
"The theater is hard-yes," admits
Miss Garnsey, "There are so many un-
expected obstacles-it really takes a.
sportsman to play the game. We must
live entirely in the present. It just
doesn't do to think too hard on what
next year may mean. A tiny oppor-
tunity missed and-." she smiled.

Continuing her recent succe'sses in
"sCradle Snatchers" and "The Great
Catherine" Miss Garnsey admits
{ that she is looking toward to the
summer season with a good deal of
anticipation. Expressing a prefer-
: ence for the more dramatic type of
role,' she is to be given several such
as in "Chicago" in which she plays
the part of Velma, and as Dagny in
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