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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHI:' . DAILY

FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1929

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DA ILY O FFC IA L BUaL LE T IN
Publicaton 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 FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1929 No. 34

i NEWS FROM 0 THER COLLEGES

IOWA-Ceremonies of dedication
for the University of Iowa's new1
$500,000 football stadium will be
celebrated at the time of the home-
corning game with Illinois, October
19, it was announced recently by

awarded both for endurance flights,
for which the boys constructed
their own planes, and for distance
and stunts contests, with glider
planes furnished by the store. More
than 100 persons were present to

fourth consecutive year. It has
been found that the system where-
in the schools compete in triangles
increases interest by admitting the
participation of more speakers.
About 150 schools are expected to
enter.
ILLINOIS -- Experiments per-

live in sorority houses, according to
statistics compiled by the dean of
women -covering last semester. A
total of 3025 women were students
last year of which 1107 lived in the

thirty-four sororities.

The next

highest number is that of women

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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. in.,
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.
Four 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. in., in room 2051, Naturals Science Building, with
Miss Wilson.
J. P. Rowe
Women's Educational Club:
The Banquet of the Men and Women's Education Clubs will be held
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.
Tickets are $1.25 and may be secured at 101 Tappan Hall or in the Uni-
versity High School office. Tickets should be purchased before Satur-
day noon.
Lydia E. McHenry, Secretary ?
Tolstoi's "Resurrection":

Edward H. Lauer, director of phys- watch the boys compete.
ical education. Incidentally, this
will be the 17th meeting in history IOWA-According to Prof. A. C.
between the football teams of these Baird, director of debate at the
two sister universities. University here, Iowa's high school
debating teams will discuss the
IOWWA-Aviators-to-be demon- question, "Resolved: That in all
strated their skill at Iowa's field trials throughout the United States
house recently when an'indoor av- the petit jury system should be
iation day for boys was sponsored abolished." The system of trian-
there by a local store. Prizes were gular debates will be used for the
Educational Week End Conference:
The program of the School of Education Week End Conference on
Evaluating the Work of the Junior High School is as follows:
Friday, August 2
10-12 a. m. Is the Junior High School a Success in Producing Scholar-
ship Attainments
James M. Glass, Professor of Secondary Education, Rollins College
2-4 p. m. Is the Junior High School Succeeding in Its Program of
Social and Citizenship Training?
Professor Glass.
6 p. m. Dinner meeting: The Advantages and Disadvantages of the

formed by Dr. Martha Koehne in who live in approved homes, the
the Yale physiological, chemistry statistics show.
laboratories have partly answered
the question whether fat introduc- DIJON, France-"Hitch hikers"
ed into the body by other means who get free rides in automobiles
than eating can be utilized for nu- recieve no sympathy from French
tritive purposes. It was found that law in case of injury. The court
both vitamins A and D in cod liver of appeal here has decided that any
oil can be made available by young person "who accepts free trans-
rats, but the oil fat itself was ir- port in an automobile tacitly ac-
ritating. Butter oil, proving less; cepts all risks," and even if the
irritating, protected young rats drived be guilty of manslaughter
from weaknesses caused by the lack he can not be mulcted in a civic
of vitamin A, but in the adult rapt action.
showed little evidence of being con-
sumed. Coconut oil came nearer IOWA-Men who attended the
to being utilized in the four rats military camp at Fort Crook, Ne-
used experimentally than did any braska from the University of Iowa
other. Hence, it was assumed that during the last six weeks, disting-
most oils were consumed too slow- uished themselves by carrying
ly to act as a benefit. home the lion's share of awards

This will be the theme of the second All University Service to be Six-Year High School
held in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater of the Women's League Build- C. O. Davis, Professor of Secondary Educatioa, University of Mich- w
ing Sunday, August 14, at 8 o'clock. Reverend Allison R. Heaps will igan.
lead the service using slides from the motion picture. All are cordially Saturday, August 3
welcome. I9-11 a. m. Is the Junior High School a Success in Its Guidance Pro-
Students Christian Association j gram and in Its Dealings with tV- Pupils Who Will Not Enter
the Senior High School?
Summer Faculty and Students: Professor Glass
All students and faculty members are cordially invited to attend Thomas Diamond
the social evening given by the League on Friday evening, August 2, at
the League Building. Dancing, cards, and refreshments from 9 to 12. Southern Students:
Dorothy Woodrow, Summer President All Southerners expecting to take part in the Watermelon Feast
!at "The Island" on Saturday evening must register in room 101, Tappanj
Advanced Mechanics: Hall before noon today. Everyone from south of the Mason and Dixon
Dr. A. Nadai, Research Engineer and former Professor of Applied line is urged to be present and bring friends.
Physics at Gottingen, will give two lectures on "Plastic Deformation." Thomas Diamond
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 the
same room. All who are interested are welcome.
S. P. Timoshenko
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, STATE STREET JEWELERS
at 4:05 o'clock. All members-especially visiting members-of the Fac-
ulty are urged to be present. At Liberty Street
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
Examination Schedule: Repairing Watches Jewelry
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 SPECIAL ORDER WORK
strict accordance with the following schedule:
Hour of

ILLINOIS-Only one third of the
omen registered in the University

and medals. The outstanding prize
was the athletic cup, whichstands
two feet high.

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CANOEING
Every Afternoon and Evening
Saunders' CanoeLivery
On the Huron River at the foot of Cedar St.

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Hour of
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Time of
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9

10

Thursday
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1
Thursday
4-6

Friday
8-10
2
Thursday
10-12

Thursday
2-4
3
Friday
10-12

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the Summer Session.

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