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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1929

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D A IL Y OFFIC IAL BUOLLETI N
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 WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1929 No. 9 a

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
School of Education:
Dr. George E. Myers will speak on "The Work of the Vocational
Guidance Counselor" in the afternoon conference to be held today in
the Auditorium of the University High School at 4:00 p.im.

UNIDENTIFIED MAN SHOOTS SEVEN
IN MYSTERIOUS ATTACK IN MEXICO
(By Associated Press) Guadalajara dispatches to Excel-.
MEXICO CITY, July 2-Dispatch- sior said the "Cristero" leader Ga-
es to El Universal from Guadalaja- bino Flores had surrendered to the
ra today - said seven persons were ! government. Two other Cristero
I leade "s, Carlos Bouquet and Jesus
wounded at Atotomilco el Alto by de Gollado, have fled toward the
a band of unidentified men who United States. De Gollado recently
rode horseback into the main plaza proclaimed himself commander-in-
at the promenade hour and fired chief of the so-called religious re-
into the crowds. They then rode bels, succeeding Gen. Enrique Go-
away, with n'o explanation of their roztieta, who was killed in action
attack. early in June.

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Graduate Students: _____________
Graduate students who have not turned in the election card, show- Mail:
ing selection of courses, to the office of the Graduate School, room There is being held in the office of the Summer Session, room 9,
1014, Angell Hall, should do so today. University Hall, mail for the following: Miss Cora Loposser, Mr. and
Please notify the Graduate School office of any changes in elections. Mrs. Theodore Dunham, Mrs. Jean McCormick, Mr. Ray A. Patelski.
This involves dropping and adding of courses and substituting one course Carlton F. Wells
for another.
Ruth A. Rouse MAJOR FRANCO TELLS OF RESCUE
Niagara Falls Excursion, July 12-15: IN MIDSEA BY BRITISH MAN OF WAR
Will all of the Summer Session students interested in this excursion Thrilling Adventure in Midst of Dornier-Wahl plane of Major Ra-
please see Miss Wilson, room 2051 Natural Science Building, or the Atlantic Is Retold By mon Franco still floated.h
undersigned, room 4061 of the same building, as soon as possible. The Spaniard They only hoped against hope.
excursion is open to all students. At 4 a. m. there was a queer weird
J. P. Rowe (By Associated Press) beam from the surface of the sea
GIBRALTAR, July 3- How he far to the south of him. It might
Social Dancing: clung to a forlorn hope and follow- have been most anything but Lieut.j
There will be a class in social dancing for beginners on Tuesday ed a fantastic light gleam near the Kilroy turned the Eagle about and
and Thursday evenings. There will be a charge of $1.50. Tickets should Azores Saturday morning to save in a few minutes was able to make
be purchased in the Physical Education office in Barbour Gymnasium the lives of the Spanish trans-At- out the plane, with the four Span-
before Thursday. The enrollment is limited to 100. iards aboard waving and gesticu-
Alice Evans lantic aviators was told by Lieut. iardngaboar wvngadmet.u
A_____Eans R. A. Kilroy of H. M. S. Eagle up- latng to him.
Change in Lecture Title: on his arrival here today.
mr, +f+l- r, l o+r1n" ------------Lieut. Kilroy who also is attach- Bull fighting is losing favor in

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The title of the lecture to be given this afternoon at 5:00
o'clcck in the Auvaitcriun of the Natural Science Building by Professor
R. T. Thouless of the University of Glasgow has been changed from
"The Psychology of Religion" to "The Psychology of Popular Controver-
sial Thinking."
Edward H. Kraus
Excursion No. 3:
The Detroit News Building, including WWJ Radio Broadcasting Sta-
tion, will be inspected on Saturday morning, July 7. Luncheon will be
secured at the General Motors Building, followed by a- brief visit to
the recently completed Fisher Building. The Detroit Public Library
and the new Institute of Arts will be visited in the afternoon.
The party will leave the Packard and State Streets Interurban Sta-
tion at 8:00 a. m. Total cost, including luncheon, should not exceed
$3.00. Students planning to go should leave names in room 9, Univer-
sity Hall, before Friday, July 6, 6 p. in.
Carlton F. Wells

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