THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
ROWE, RETURNED FRO M AROUND-THE-W
DAl L 0 111F I C A L Bi L[ T|NARRATES ADVENTURES WITH FLO
Publicaton in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem- "A splendid educational idea," splendidly entertained by royal
houses, embassies, and educational 1
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean was the characterization applied to
of the Summer Session -until 3:30, excepting Sundays. (11:30 a. the Floating university by J. P. bodies wherever the went. Twenty- i
m. Saturday). Rowe of the geology department, seven thentrs tere ing ad-
Volume IX SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1929 No. 11 who recently returned from the last being the first, there being ad-
!round-the-world cruise of the uni- dressed by the great Nitobi.
versit Two weeks were spent in Chia,
Dean's Advisery Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: versity. A
"When directed by an able edu- At Shanghai the Chamber of Com-1
A meeting of the Dean's Advisery Committee is called" for Monday actor after the manner of the bet- merce gave a dinner and reception
afternoon, July 8, at 2 o'clock in this office. ter universities, the traveling col- in honor of the visiting students.
John__________ lege is unrivalled as a finishing During the ten days passed in Can-'
school," he said. The school, which ton, the mayor entertained them
Niagara Falls and Vicinity, Excursion No. 5: is co-educational, is meant pri- at a dinner. Perhaps one of the
Tmarily for graduates or upper class- most picturesque, and also most
The Department of Geology will conduct an excursion to Niagaramnadi o eomne o hiln detrswsteti
Falls this summer for the benefit of the Summer Session students school sntudentsor college gieng adventures was the trip
as it has for many years. high school students or college given by the government of China
aithsfrmnyer.freshmen.. of a 150 mile trip by houseboat up
The excursion will start at 2 p. in. on Friday, July 12 at Packard Atpbyhpc
and State streets, and continue until Monday, July 15, at about 11 (eAcording to Rowe, the person- the Pearl river from Canton. For
a m. nelof the cruising university were fear of river pirates, a government
This is an especially fine trip for those interested in Geology and Excursion No. 4:
also a splendid trip for those interested in the wonderful- and beautiful Ford Airport, at Dearborn, Michigan, including laboratories, air-t
sights of nature. The University of Michigan is fortunate in being drome, and landing fields. A special plant guide will be in charge of
among thevery few institutions of higher learning reasonably accessible the party while at Dearborn. The party leaves in special motor buses
to this most fascinating and inspiring scene. on Wednesday, July 10, 1 p. in., from in front of Angell Hall. Reserva-!
In addition to seeing the falls, the gorge, the whirlpool, the "Cave tions must be made by Tuesday,July 9, 6 p. in., in room 9, University
of the Winds," the "Rapids," and many other interesting spots in con- Hall. Round trip, $1.00.1
nection with the gorge and falls trip, visits will be made to the Carbor- Carlton Wells
unduin factory, the Shredded Wheat factory, the hydro-electric power -
SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1929
VORLD CRUISE, REGENTS ANSWER
)ATING UNIVERSITY, CLARK'S CHARGES
gunboat accompanied the party. Dismissal of the injunction ob-
towing the two smaller crafts. The tained by O. H. Clark, Jr., lessee
women occupied one, and the men of the University golf course, re-
the other. One night as they lay straining the regents of the Uni-
at rest in the river, the gunboat versity of Michigan from attempt-
some distance off, the boat housing ing to dispossess him, is asked in a
the women was all butrcapsized by motion filed today by Cavanaugh &
a wave from a passing river packet. Burke, attorneys for the regents,
Unmindful of the cause of the rock- who are named defendants in Mr.
ing of the boat and the crashing Clark's suit.
of the glas chinese lanterns, worn- Clark claims the golf course a
en's voices pierced the air withdd wc o ld byute
cries of "Pirates." Rowe is firmly regents, was condemned by the
convinced that women are genu- University subject to an option he
inely afraid of pirates, at least was given in the former lease.
Chinese river brigands. His lease expired July 3, and he
At Manila the university gave a obtained an injunction that day re-
dance and reception in their honor, straining the regents from inter-
and also .conducted a sightseeing fering with his occupancy of the
trip over the city. Going to Siam, premises.
they remained ten days in Bang- Dismissal of the restraining or-
cock, staying in th former palace der is asked "because the case,
of the king. Mr. and Mrs. Rowe oc- though nominally against the re-
cupied the Queen's suite. Here gents, is in truth and fact a suit
they were received by the United against the state of Michigan," and
States' minister, and a prince of the state "cannot be sued without
the royal house. its consent," the motion states.
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;
each member of the party at the beginning of the trip. Please make
your reservations early. This is one of the most outstanding and
delightful excursions of the Summer Session.
i. P. Rowe
Lectures on the Stress Analysis of Roads and Dams:
Professor H. M. Weste-gaard of the University of Illinois, the well
known authority on the theory of structures, will be here for two lec-
tures. The first will be given on Monday, July 8, at 11 o'clock in Room
307, West Engineering Building, on the subject, "The Structural Analysis
of Concrete Roads;" the second on Tuesday, July 9, at the same hour
and room on the subject, "The Structural Analysis of the Stevens
Creek Dam." The lectures are open to all.
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.
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