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PAGE EIGHT

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1929

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Volume IX

TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1929

Number 2

Vaculty and Students in Education:
An assembly of the students and faculty of the School of Education
will be held in the auditorium of the University High School at 4:15
p. m. on Tuesday, June 25. At this meeting impo:tant announcements
will be made and an opportunity will be given to become acquainted
with members of the Faculty. All students taking work in Education
(graduate or undergraduate) are invited to be present.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary I
English 196s (The Teaching of English):
Through error this course was scheduled for 11 o'clock, Room 2219.
The class will meet at 9 o'clock, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Fri-
day, Room 2235 Angell Hall.
C. D. Thorpe
Excursion No. 1--Ann Arbor and Vicinity:
Summer Session students who wish to take the filrst excursion
around Ann Arbor boulevards, residence sections, the Stadium, the
University Libraries, and the Michigan Union, on Thursday, June 27,
should leave their names in the Summer Session office, Room 9 Univer-
sity Hall. Only by having such advance information (by Wednesday,
June 26, 6 p. m.) can adequate automobile transportation be assured..
Tour starts Thursday, June 27, at 2:30 p. m. from the steps of the
University Library. There is no charge for this excursion, automobiles
being furnished by citizens of Ann Arbor.
Carlton F. Wells, Secretary of the Summer Session
Women's Education. Club:
The first meeting of the Women's Education Club will be held on
Wednesday, June 26, at 7:15 o'clock in the Cave room at the Women's
League Building (fourth floor). All women who are interested in teach-
ing are invited to attend.
Cleo Murtland
Summer and Permanent Employment:
Mr. Lingle of the United Electric Company will be in Room 302,
Michigan Union, Wednesday, June 26, 10 a. m. to to 12 noon and 2j
p. m. to 6 p. m., to interview students for local work.
Mary L. Stewart, Manager Employment Bureau
Health Service During the Summer:
All students regularly enrolled for the Summer Session are entitled
to medical attention at the University Health Service.
Dispensary: The Dispensary will be open from 8 to 12 and 1 to 5
daily, except Saturday and Sunday. Saturday hours 8 to 12; Sunday
hours 11 to 12.
RoomtCalls: Students who are ill in their room and wish medical
attention may call the Health Service through the University Telephone
Exchange for such service.
Warren E. Forsythe

To All Men Students of the Summer Session:.
All men wishing to compete in summer intramural sports will
please sign up on bulletin board of Intramural Sports Building at
once. Summer intramural sports will be hand-ball, tennis, golf, horse-
shoes, squash racquets, swimming, and playground ball. No entrance
fee or charge for participation. All entries must be in before Saturday,
June 29, and tournament play in all sports will begin Monday, July
1. Intramural Sports Building open daily from 9 a. m. to 9:30 p. m.
Paul R. Washke
Notice:
No Smoking! Because of the fact that Newberry Hall is not a fire-
proof building and because it is now housing collections which are
extremely valuable and could not well be replaced, it is requested that
the "No Smoking" rule be strictly observed in and around that build-
ing.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary
Men's Education Club:
The reorganization meeting of the Men's Education Club will be
held on Tuesday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock in the Michigan Union
(third floor).
Thomas Diamond
Course F115s: Health Education in Schools:
Another section will be formed. All those wishing to enter may meet
in room 35 Angell Hall tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Alice Evans
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts-Changes of Elections:
Necessary changes of elections may be made Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday, June 26, 27, 28, and 29, in the Recorder's office,
room 4, University Hall.
Florence Mohr, Recorder

History 145s: The Colonization of North America
This class will meet in room 1009 Angell Hall instead of in room
1017 Angell Hall.
A. S. Aiton

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PULITZER
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American farce of mar-
ried life done in the Kelly
fashion.
CRAIG'S WIFE
by
George Kelly
DOPE!
The best constructed
crime drama ever writ-
ten. An exciting police story
concerning the dope ring.
KICK IN
by f
Willard Mack

PLAY PRODUCTION
DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
Presents
The Michigan
Repertory Players
DIRECTED BY CHESTER M. WALLACE AND VALENTINE B. WINDT
in a series o seven prominent plays at the
LTDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
WOMEN'S LEAGUE BUILDING
Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday Evening Throughout the Summer
Plays Will Be Selected From the Following Group:
The Cassilis Engagement..........St. John Hankin
Escape.......... ........ ....John Galsworthy
The Good Hope ............. Herman Heijermans
Smart Alec and Amaryllis.. ...... Carroll Fitzhugh
Redemption......... . . . . ... .. . . .... Leo Tolstoy
Children of the Moon............... Martin Flavin
The Show Off ......................George Kelly.
The Dover Road.................... A. A. Milne
KickIn..................... ......W illardiMack
Craig's Wife .. . . . ... .. .. ...George Kelly

FIRST WEEK

"Te
Cassius.
Engagement"
By St. John Hankin

The Play Production success

of last

season. R. Leslie Askren characterized it in
The Daily as "delightful entertainment."

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Twof
walk in
house and then
and fun begins.

RPRISE!
eloping couples
nto a strange
the excitement

DOVER ROAD
by
A. A. Milne

This Wednesday,
urday evenings. Spec
SEATS . .

Thursday and Sat-
cial Friday matinee.
.75c

BOX OFFICE OPEN 10 A. M. to 9 P. M.

LAUGHS
The best of George
Kelly's plays. Racy
American dialogue loaded
with laughs.
THE SHOW OFF
by
George Kelly
INSANITY
A thrilling story of
insanity and of a mother
jealous of her daughter.
CHILDREN OF THE
MOON
by
Martin Flavin

PHONE 6300

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SEASON TICKETS

*3.50

Every

Wed.,

Thurs.,

Secure Them Now at State Street Bookstores
or at the Box office
Season membership entitles the holder to one re-
served seat for any one night of each production, as
well as other membership privileges.

Fri. and Sat.

Evening

BROKEN
P la y Production
success of last season.
The story of a broken man and

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OCRUSCANT
Clever foolery with

8

POWER
A powerful story of
the Dutch fisherfolk. So
a play that it brought

an interesting

under-,

current of seriousness.

strong

one of the world's
tragic dramas.

greatest

REDEMPTION
by
Leo Tolstoy

SMART ALEC AND
AMARYLLIS
by
Carroll Fitzhugh

about social reform.
THE GOOD

Follow
J

JAILBIRD
How would you feel
if you met a convict?
the escape of one in
ESCAPE
by
ohn Galsworthy

ENGLISH
life satirized in
clever comedy.
Play Production hit of
season.
THE CASSILIS
ENGAGEMENT
by
St. John Hankin

HOPE

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this
A
last

by
Herman Heijermans

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