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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1929

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DAILY O 1FFI CIAL BULLETI1N
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).
Volume IX TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1929 No. 8
Dean's Advisery Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
A meeting of the Dean's Advisery Committee is called for Monday
afternoon, July 8, at 2 o'clock in this office.
John R.Effinger
Graduate Students:
Graduate students who have not turned in the election card, show-
ing selection of courses, to the office of the Graduate School, room
1014, Angell Hall, should do so by Wednesday of this week.
Please notify the Graduate School office of any changes in elections.
This involves dropping and adding of courses and substituting one course4
for another.j
Ruth A. Rouse
Women's League Tea:
All women students are invited to the League tea today at the
garden of the League Building, from 4:00 to 6:00 in the afternoon.
Dorothy Woodrow, Summer President of Women's League
Niagara Falls Excursion, July 12-15:
Will all of the Summer Session students interested in this excursion
please see Miss Wilson, room 2051 Natural Science Building, or the
undersigned, room 4061 of the same building, as soon as possible. The
excursion is open to all students.
J. P. Rowe
School of Education:.
The first of the afternoon conferences planned by the School of1
Education will be held today at 4:00 p. m. in the Auditorium of theR
University High School. Dean Agnes E. Wells wilT speak on the topic
of University Direction of Student Activities.

Social Dancing:
There will be a class in social dancing for beginners on Tuesday
and Thursday evenings. There will be a charge of $1.50. Tickets should
be purchased in the Physical Education office in Barbour Gymnasium
before Thursday. The enrollment is limited to 100.
Alice Evans
For Students Who Are Rotarians:
The weekly meeting of the Ann Arbor Rotary Club will be held
at the Boy Scout Camp at Dexter. Meet at the east entrance of the
University High School at 11:30. If you have an 11 o'clock, bethere by
12:20. If you have a car leave as soon as you have a load. Trans-
portation will be provided for all.
Members who cannot attend may get credit by calling at the main
I desk of the Chamber of Commerce Building.
G. R. Koopman
Change in Lecture Title:
The title of the lecture to be given Wednesday afternoon at '5
o'clock in the Auditorium of the Natural Science Building by Professor
R. T. Thouless of the University of Glasgow has been changed from
S"ThePsychology of Religion" to "The Psychology of Popular Controver-
sial Thinking."
Edward H. Kraus
women than attended the preced-
ing Summer Session.
Attendance in the School of Ed-
ucation has fallen from 351 to 322
I this summer. On the other hand,
the public health division, which is
included in the education school,
Of the 1,296 women enrolled in shows a record enrollment of 60.
the Summer Session, graduate stu- As only 42 women were registered

I Screen Reflections

-O rorshangs is so slender that it
j amounts to nonsense. In the end it
j becomes a bit tiresome to watch

FOOTPRINTS TO SATAN ghastly scene after scene and try
Majestic to convince yourself, by some form
For purposes of reviewing this of intellectual persuasion, that you
show the column "box" heading really ought to get a little nervous
might just as well read, "Scream and frightened.
Reflections," for that is just about Brt there are undoubtedly those
what this show featuring Thelma who crave the chilling stimulus -of
Todd and Creighton Hale amounts te.ror and care not particularly
to. Of course, they scream at some- how it is applied; for them "7 Steps
thing, but unlike such well organ- to Satan" will be vastly enjoyable
ized spinechillers as "The Goril- for it moves fast, ominously and
la," "The Bat," or 'The Cat and the almost insanely various in its scene
Canary," the thread of realism sequence.
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Phi Delta Kappa:
The first luncheon of Phi Delta Kappa for the summer session will
be.held this noon at 12:05 sharp at the Michigan Union. All members
of the local chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, both local and field members,
are urged to attend this luncheon. Members of other chapters who
are on campus during the summer months are cordially invited to
affiliate themselves with the local organization. Plans for the summer
will be discussed at this meeting. Dean J. B. Edmonson of the School
of Education will be the principal speaker. The luncheon will be over
promptly at 1:00 o'clock to allow attendance at 1 o'clock. classes.
Wesley C. Darling, President I

dents by far predominate in num-
bers over those recorded in other a
departments. With an enrollment
of 543, the Graduate school enjoy-
ed a gain of 113 over its record of
430 in the 1928 Summer Session.
The College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts also records a gain in
the number of women enrolled this
year, but in comparing its present
enrollment of 384 with the 375 of
last year, the increase is practically
negligible.
The School of Pharmacy and the
Colleges of Engineering and Archi-
tecture, with enrollments of 5 and
12 women respectively, both show1
gains in attendance, pharmacy list-
ing 2 more, and architecture 9 more
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