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PAGE FOUR.

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

~DAILY OFFICIAL BULLET

Publication in tihe Bulletin is constructive notice to all iue
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer S
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).

Volume Tllii

SUND)AY, JULY 16, 1928

Observatory Nights :
Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory, July 24, 25, ai
be obtained at the office of the Summer Session, from 10 to 12 a.
to 4 p. in. These tickets are intended for students of the Sunmm4
who will present their Treasurer's receipts when, applying for tl
dents desiring to avail themselves of this opportunity to visit th(
tory should apply for tickets at once, as the supply. ds very limi
T1. E. 1
ThfEspranfto:

SPrincipals vs. Teachers. GREEK PROFESSOR THINKS THAT MEN
I Superintendents vs. Faculty. A RE LESMEIUOU H NKO E
-~ ~ uiiur SesionSenirs:"Women are more meticulous and of college Latin usually do so be-
'inbers College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. hv rae es frsoiilt cause of genuine liking for the sub-
SesionStudents who will complete their requirements for their degrees at haveject.rThoee enrolling in the hiig'he
d u ri n t h e u m m e . T il l~l n k s m y b e o b t a i e d m t h e e c o r e r's s sis a n t p o f e o r of G r e eTan dea -ennroi alre a o n s. st u e n tiw o hh r
the end of the present summer session may pay their diploma fees at any than men," states James E. Dunlap,J courses are usually motivated by com-
I office, Roonm 4, University Hal,. tin. "They seem to feel that when anI devoted much time to Latin is us-
Florence )fohr, Recorder '0oer is given it must be obeyed. Men ually unable to make use of his know-
,nd 6 my lon the contrary are independ'ent of ledge in any field except teaching.
m. an 2 1i Lamda Teta:everything. They assume the air that Students in Summer Session are more,
er Session, There will be a Pi Lambda Theta supper next Tuesday evening at if they do not wish to work, no one eager to get honest value !from their
.hem. Stu- ju o'clock at. the home of Mrs. Katherine B. Greene. After supper there wvi l earth, least of all a professor, is' courses than students who have had
.e Observa-y be a discussion conducted by Margaret Cameron on "Professional Rela- going to make them. This may ac- no experience with the competition in
ited. ;ions."' It will be necessary to make arrangements through Madeline count for tile fact that women often {teaching. Theyrelzthtiisu
Iankin Ilowers by calling University 2:14 if you expect to attend: _?'et much better grades, although not! to them to be good teachers and will
nadeline Bowers iirpassing them. in ability, rake any assignment without grumb-
"Students taking tile first two years ling."

Dr. F, S. Onderdonk will lecture on "Espef~anto, tile International Aux-
il iry Language," A onday, July 16, at 4:15, in Room 231, Angell Hall.
y Tolstoy Centennial Committee
Extra Excursion :
To accommodate those students unable to visit the Ford Motor Industries
on July 11, a sucor'd trip to the Ford Plants has been, arranged for Wed-
nesday, July 18.
T'he Ford Company is making careful arrangements for the inspection

(Oi erence ('olirse foi- Nest 1Ileek:
The Junior High School. The Junior High School will b% the subject
fo the conference course offered by the School of Education for next week.
T'he opening-s ubject of the 'course wviil be "New Tendencies in Science
Teaching." The speaker will be Professor Francis D. Curtis, who will
liscuss the subject :\ioriday, July 16, at 4:05 p. in., in the auditorium of tile
University High School.
i Arthur B. Hoehinran

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You will find here at all times well broken
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motor atssembly. and power plant. to,
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Statce street, in 'special busses. Round trip tickets must be secured by Tues--
day. July 17, 6 p. in., in; Room 8, University Hall-$1.00. Party arrives backi
in Ann ?arbor at 5:45 p. in. C rt n F el
D)irector of Excursionsubhl so - -
=odWomen's Educational Club:
The Women's Educational Club will nleet from 7 to 8, Monday evening,
July 16, at 836 Tappan Road.
now assisting in the University Health Department, will entertain the =
Club. Miss Bragg's ability as a reader is well known to students on the-
Michigan campus. EA T 4
Miss Roxie Andrews will play a. piano solo.
All campus women are cordially invited.--
ensEuainCu:Elizabeth Ferguson. President =- I' hu bi.It uise -
T1he next meeting' of the NlMen's Education Club wiil be held at the
Michigan Union Monday evening, July 16, at 7 o'clock. President Little 2 (JUST LIKE HOM/E) _
will speak. -
The baseball games 3chedul d for Tuesday, July 17, are as follows: '-
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