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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHI(G/.N DAILY

THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1929

DAILY 0 FFCIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. (11:30 a.
m. Saturday).
VOL. IX THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1929 No. 37

L SHARE SPOTLIGHT IN BASER)

Excursion to Put-in-Bay:'
The Put-in Bay excursion party will leave for Detroit by special
interurban from the corner of Packard and State Streets at 6:30 a. m.,j
Saturday, August 3. At Detroit the group will take the boat for Put-in-
Bay-a thre hour trip down the Detroit River and out into Lake Erie.
'our hours on the island will allow ample time for luncheon, a visit
to the caves, to Perry's monument, and to other points of interest. The
party will be back in Ann Arbor at 10:30 p. m. Expenses, including
luncheon and dinner, will total about $4.00. Reservations should be
made by Friday, 5 p. m., in room 2051, Naturalt Science Building, with
J. P. Rowe
University High School.
Thomas Diamond
Women's Educational Club:
The Banquet of the Men and Women's Education Clubs will be heldI Held Over For Month
Tuesday, August 6, in the Ball Room of the Women's League Building.
Professo Broyd H. Bode of Ohio State University is to be the speaker. The exhibit of water colors which
Tickets are $1.25 and may be secured at 101 Tappan Hall or in the Uni- has ben on display on the ground
versity High School office. Tickets should be purchased before Satur-floor of the Architectural building
day noon.o throughout the month of July has
Lyde E. McHenry, Secretary been held over and will be on ex-
"hibition duiring the month of
W o m ena's " e d u r c t io n l C : W t r C l ofxi i
Theisi' qestethe me of the second All University Service to be August, according to a recent an-
held in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater of the Women's League Buildn by Prof. Emil Lorch,
ing Sunday, August 14, at 8 o'clock. Reverend Allison R. Heaps will head of the Architectural school.
the service using slides from the motion picture. All are cordially wel- It was determined to keep the
come. Hlexhibit in Ann Arbor for a longer
Students Christian Association period due to the unusual interest
with which it has been received.
Museum ofClssicalAyArchaeologyH The exhibit is outstanding both by
Thiserhseco nieryH i obereason of the excellence of the
heldoithenfrom L10oydiaendlssohn hafnitheiWomn'sLege uld uceehnbyrfEiLr

ISPLAY OF JUVENILE
BOOKS CLOSES TODAY
The exhibit of illustrated editions
of classic and contemporary bodks
intended primarily for children of
grammar school age, which has
been on display in room 1203 Uni-
i versity high scihool will be dis-
continued after August first, ac-
cording to a recent announcement
of Associate Librarian F. L. D.
Goodrich.
The exhibit which was prepared
principally for those intending to
teach school after completion of
:. the college course, and for visiting
is lteachers who are taking post grad-
:uate work in the University, illus-
trates the newer methods just cor-
.......Ing ito vogue for attracting the
interest of juveniles in the work
normally offered in pre-preparitory
curricula.
BUTLER RELEASES Today will be the last opportun-
WINTER SCHEDULE ity for inspecting the collection of
__TRS ED L books. The exhibit will remain
(Special To The Daily) open from 11 to 12 a. m. as well as
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., . July 31.- from 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. and those
Coach Paul (Tony) Hinkle, popular interested are urged to see it dur-
Butler basketball mentor, has an- ing those hours.
I nounced the Blue and White card
for the coming season. Six open Glenn Wright, crippled shortstop
dates remain to be filled before the of the Brooklyn Robins, has been
start of the season, 16 contests hav- (plaiedo the e sondhe
ing already been scheduled. Hinkle undergo an operatis o n the right
expects to complete the schedule in shoulder next week. Wright came
the near future as several games from Pittsburgh in a trade for Jess
are tentatively carded. Petty.

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pN *** "'- J vin -5y -' gu e oJr o-su V LauJiunuwingours:a- . TL Ii. :0. tU 4,
11:30, M. W. F. 2:10 to 4:30.s
J. G. Winter
Faculty, School of Education:
There will be a meeting of the Summer School Faculty of the
School of Education in room 109 Tappan Hall on Monday, August 5,
at 4:05 o'clock. All members-especially visiting members-of the Fac-
ulty are urged to be present.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
Examination Schedule:
The examinations to be given at the close of the eight weeks ses-
sion will be conducted on Thursday and Friday, August 15 and 16, in
strict accordance with the following schedule:

work and the range and variety of
subject. Included in the collection
of 50 odd water colors are studies!
by several of the outstanding An-
erican artists.,

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Upper right, Bucky Harris; De-
troit Tiger manager. Upper left,
Bob Meusel, New York Yankee out-
fielder. Upper center, Frankie
Frisch, St. Louis Card, second base-
man. Lower center, Jim Bottom-
ley, St. Louis Cardinal, first base.

the social evening given by the League on Friday evening, August 2, at
the League Building. Dancing, cards, and refreshments from 9 to 12.
Dorothy Woodrow, Summer President
Advanced Mechanics:
Dr. A. Nadai, Research Engineer and former Professor 'of Applied
Physics at Gottingen, will give two lectures on "Plastic Deformation."
The first will be held at 11 o'clock, Friday, Aug. 2, in Room 311 West
Engineering Building; the second on the same day at 4 o'clock in teh
same room. All who are interested are welcome.
S. P. Timoshenko

HALLER'S
STATE STREET JEWELERS
At Liberty Street
Repairing Watches Jewelry
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Hour of
Recitation
Time of
Examination
Hour of
Recitation
Time of
Examination.

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Thursday
8-10
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Thursday
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Friday
8-10
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Thursday
10-12

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the Summer Session.

found on page 29 of the Announ

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Summer Faculty and Students:
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