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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1929

PAGE FOUR SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1929

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is c6'nstructive 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 SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1929 No. 12
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
Niagara Falls and 'Vicinity, Excursion No. 5:
The Department of Geology will conduct an excursion to Niagara
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 at Packard
and State streets, and continue until Monday, July 15, at about 11

IWOMEN'S SINGLES TO BE PLAYED
AS SPECIALTY IN TENNIS TOURNEY
In addition to the men's city ten- 10, set as the last day. The win-
nis tournament, which is now in ner of the women's division will re-
progress, a special singles tourney ceive her choice of any tennis rac-
has been announced for women. Any quet in the Moe shop.
There are 60 players in the sin-
woman or girl residing in Ann Ar- gles and 22 doubles teams enlist-
bur during the summer may enter ed in the men's tourney. Last
the competition. Registration will year's singles champion, Earl Glo-
take place at Moe's sport shop on cheski, 31L, has not enrolled to de-
State Street, with Wednesday, July fend his title.
School of Education:
Professor S. A. Courtis will speak on the "Scientific Study of Edu-
i cational Problems" at the afternoon conference to be held at 4:00
o'clock on Monday afternoon at the University High School Auditorium.
Thomas Diamond

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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 few 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 toI
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

Women's Education Club:
The Women's Education Club will meet in the Committee Room of
the Women's League Building (second floor, near elevator) on Monday
evening at 7:15 o'clock. Dean J. B. Edmonson of the School of Educa-
tion will speak on "The Place of Women in Education."
Henrietta Howser, President

August Seniors-School of Education:
All diploma and teacher's certificate fees should be paid before
the end of the Summer Session by those students who will have com-
pleted the requirements (during this Summer Session) for graduation
from the School of Education. These blanks may be secured at the
office of the School of Education.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Asst. to the Recorder
Teachers Certificates:
Blanks for the payment of the Teacher's Certificate fees may now
be secured at the office of the School of Education. All students who
expect to be recommended for the Teacher's Certificate at the end
of the Summer Session must pay their fees and return their receipts to

your reservations early. This is one of the most outstanding and I the necuuuer, bLuuuo uu muuuu, oeior ena of 0 he Summer
Session. du ato , efre t
delightful excursions of the Summer Session. Session.

J. P. Rowe

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Men's Education Club:
August Seniors-School of Education: The Men's Education Club will meet at the Michigan Union
All students registered in the School of Education who expect to Monday evening at 7 o'clock.

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complete the requirements for graduation by the end of the present
Summer Session will please note the tentative list posted on the Bulletin
B dn r l f the ~ S.hnl roEd f'ca.ntion in Tana an T-H H11. Anv erson ex ecting

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a degree from the School of Education, whose name does not appear on
this list, should report in the Recorder's office immediately.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Asst. to the Recorder
Lectures on the Stress Analysis of Roads and Dams: 3
Professor H. M. Westergaard 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.
S. Timoshenko
Exhibitiou ef Water Color Paintings:
A c ,I tetn of water -color; i now on exhibition in the giound
floor ,lhry of . ie Arc ite urAl Buildin 'Among ;he oxhibitors are
some _ she 1.at. ng America mpaint rs. TM exhibition is opun daily
from 9:v0 until G:00, cxceptiig Su.nday6. Thc public is cordially invited.
Emil Lorch-
Excursion No. 4:
Ford Airport, at Dearborn, Michigan, including laboratories, air-
drome, and landing fields. A special plant guide will be in charge of
the party while at Dearborn. The party leaves in special motor.buses
on Wednesday, July 10, 1 p. in., from in front of Angell Hall. Reserva- I
tions must be made by Tuesday,July 9, 6 p. in., in room 9, University
Hall. Round trip, $1.00.
Carlton Wells

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