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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY''

TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1928
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DALMF CAJBLEI
,Publi.aation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members

PhIysi", (Colloquiium:
Mr. Philip M. Morse, Jacobus Fellow in Physics at Princeton university;
will speak on "The Electric Glow Discharge," at 4:15, Tuesday, July 17, in
room 1041, East Physic's. All interested are cordially invited.
S.. A. Goudsmit

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Warm

Weather

va tlt JkivJ iy. vIy eievea t te -nce 1uL.:uu iu e ____________________
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday). Conference Group for Tuesday:
Volue Yl1 ''Professor Orlando Stephenson will discuss "'How to Judge the Quality
VoueVI['TSDAY JULY l's 192S No. 120 cf Teaching~ the Social Studies." This is in connection with work in the i
Junior, high school program and will be of interest to all teachers, and }
Extra Excutrsion: supervisors of social studies. He will set up criteria for judging the work,1
To accommodate those students unable to visit the Ford Motor Industries( both of the teacher and student in this department.
on July V. a s((ou id trip to the F and Plants has been arranged ftor Wcd-f Arthur B. Moehlman'
:esday July 18 ...1.......
The Foal1 Company is making careful arrangements for the inspection I . _____ ____-_-__,___ ___-_-________ _________-";
of the following: New Ford car assembly line, blast furnaces, glass plant,ijFow r
motor assembly, and powex1 plant. Distilctiv Fotea
'Ihe party, limited to 45, will leave at 12:45 sharp from Angell Fllil 1
State street, In 'special busses. Round trip tickets must be secured by Tues- C 1 10
day. July 17, 6 "p. in., In Raom 8, University Hall-$1.00. Party arrives back!:IM d Sme
In Ann Arbor at 5:45 p. m. ;;"
Calo WlsDirector of Excursions II Cel ac
Observatory Nights :
Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory, July 24, 25, and 26 may
be obtained at the office of the Summer Session, from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2
la 4 p. m. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer Session, a0
dents desiring to avail themselves of this opportunity to visit the Observa-!{ Formerly Ten Dollars
gory should apply for tickets at once, as the supply is very limited.
111. E. Rankin "
tiu uter Sesion Seiors:321 'pairs of this sea-ir
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.' son's straps, pumps
Students who will complete their requirements for their degrees at4
the end of the present summer session may pay their diploma fees at anyriedrn thsum.Teblks ayeotiednteRcre'snd xod.
office, Room 4, University Hall.
Florence 1iohr, Recorder 1
PI Lambda Theta: 1o oru yt secure ilu p - 1
There will be a Pi Lambda 'Theta -supper this evening at
6 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Katherine B. Greene. After supper there will "q a iy f o w a ts b
be a discussiun conducted by Margaret Cameron on "Professional Rela- .
tions." It will be necessary to make arrangements through Madeline ;stantiat savings
Biowers by calling University 214 if you expect to attend
M~adeline Rowers 176 pairs men's ox-
Phi Dlta Kppa:fords in black or tan.
Phi Delta Kappa will hold its regular weekly luncheon today at 12:05 Impote SC Otch
in the Ladies Dining Roa~m at the Michigan Union. All members are ex-j
pected to be present.
Roy W. llman, Presidentgris a d M o
calf. skins.
University MeA anid Women:
Social dancing will be continued Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 83j .*V
p. m. until further notice. Music furnished by a 3-piece orchestra, 41 te c~rikIPr c
Germao radicals stopped the car of,'ITYPE WRITERS j; Nickels Arcade I
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