THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, JULY 4, 19
D AI LY O F F I CIAL BLLlE TIN
Publicaon 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.
Volume IX THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1929 No. 10
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.
Excursion No. 3:
The Detroit News Building, including WWJ Radio Broadcasting Sta-
tion, will be inspected on Saturday morning, July 6. 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 5, 6:00 p. m.
Carlton F. Wells
Niagara Falls and Vicinity, Excursion No. 5:
The Department of Geology will conduct an excursion to Niagara1
Falls this summer for the benefit of the Summer Session students
as it has for many years.
The excursion will start at 2 p. m. on Friday, July 12, when the
students board the special street cars at Packard and Streets, and
continue until Monday, July 15, at about 11 a. m. when the speciall
cars will land them in Ann Arbor.i
This is an especially fine trip for those interested in Geology and
also a splendid trip for those interested in the wonderful and beautiful'
sights of nature. The University of Michigan is fortunate in being
among the very institutions of higher learning reasonably accessible
to this most fascinating and inspiring scene.
In addition to seeing the falls, the gorge, the whirlpool, the "Cave
of the Winds," the "Rapids," and many other interesting spots in con-'
nection with the gorge and falls trip, visits will be made to the Carbor-
undum factory, the Shredded Wheat factory, the hydro-electric power
plant, and the very accurate and instructive model of Niagara Falls
constructed to scale.
The excursion will be made by street car and boat and is open to
all Summer Session students.
On Wednesday, July 10, at 5 p. m. all names of those intending to
take this trip must be in the hands of Miss Wilson, room 2051, Natural
Science Building, in order that proper accommodations and other ar-
rangements may be made. The date of the ticket sale will be announced
in this column in a few days. A copy of the itinerary will be handed
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berg, Earnshaw, Ehmke, and
others all capable and perform-
ing in top notch fashion.. Sure-
ly the catching staff of Coch-
rane, Perkins, and Fox is the
best in the business.
One Dale Alexander, recent pur-
chase from the Toronto Leafs, is
rounding into quite a valuable
young man in his performances for
the Tigers. The hefty initial sack-
er is doing a very good job of mak-
ing Detroit fans forget the loss of
Lu Blue and Johnny Neun.
Certainly Alex is nothing ex-
traordinary afield but at bat-
page the St. Louis Browns for
further information regarding
the fence damaging proclivities
of the big boy. Tuesday Dale
accounted for six runs with his
pair of homers; incidently to
make a neat day's work of it
the big fellow laced out a sin-
gles for his third hit of the
Miller Huggins and his Yankees
are beginning to sweat in their at-
tempt to whittle away that lead of
ten games which the Macks have
assembled. The Yanks claim to
have plenty of confidence in their
ability to finish on the top of the
heap-but there is plenty of Phil-
adelphia money lying around
which will probably go begging. '
Critics claim that the Athlet-
ics are not really a good team.
They concede, however, the
modest fact that the MackianI
clan does boast batting pow-
er plus and a smart hurling
A glance over the Philadelphial
lineup certainly should convincel
the baseball enthusiast of the
strength of the Quaker combina-
tion. The outfield of Simmons,
Haas, and Miller certainly combin-
es power with the willow and speed
afield. The infield quartet of Bo-
ley, Dykes, Hale, and Fox looks
strong defensively, and unusually
strong with the stick when the
abilities of the latter two are
The pitching staff certainly
begs nothing of any mound
corps in either circuit with
Quinn, Grove, Rommell, Wal-
Perhaps the greatest improve-
ment made by Mack over the last
year's situation is the managerialI
question. No longer are Cobb and
Speaker around to bring about a
split in authority. Messrs. McGil-
licuddy and Collins are entirely in
charge and it is certain in this
arrangement that the team will not
be torn with interna- dissentions
as in the past.
TO HOLD SECOND
TEA OF SUMMER
The second of the Summer Ses-
sion Teas will be given next Wed-
nesday, July 10, from 4:00 o'clock
in the afternoon to 6 o'clock in
the garden of the new Women's
We have all makes.
Colored duco finishes. Price $60.
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
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each member of the partyatthe beginning of the trip. Please make
your reservations early. This is one of the most outstanding and
delightful excursions of the Summer Session.
J. P. Rowe
Exhibition of Water Color Paintings:
A collection of water colors is now on exhibition in the ground
floor gallery of the Architectural Building. Among the exhibitors are
some of the leading American painters. The exhibition is open daily
from 9:00 until 6:00, excepting Sundays. The public is cordially invited.
There is being held in the office of the Summer Session, room 9,
University Hall, mail for the following: Miss Cora Loposser, Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Dunham, Mrs. Jean McCormick, Mr. Ray A. Patelski.
Carlton F. Wells
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