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PAGE FOUR
DAILY OF FICIAL BULLETIN
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).
Vol. IX SATUnDAY, JULY 13, 1929 No. 17
Library Science Elections, 1929-30:
All students now enrolled in the Summer Session who wish to elect
Library Science courses next fall should consults a representative of the
Department and fill out the questionnaire required for admission, unless
such action has already been taken. Immediate compliance with this
notice is essential in order to receive consideration, since the number
of students in the undergraduate Library Science courses will be limited
to fifty, and information regarding all applicants must be in hand as
soon as possible. Notices will be sent about August 1st to all students,
whose applications for admission have been approved.
A representative of the Library Science Department will be in room
311, General Library, for consultation from 2-3 p. .in, July 11-12, and
July 15-19, inclusive.
C. B. Joeckel
School of Education:
"The Michigan Code" will be discussed by Dean Wilford L. Coffey of
the College of the, City of Detroit at the Conference to be held at 4:00
o'clock in the auditorium of the University High School. Mr. Coffey will
speak in place of Mr. C. L. Goodrich who was scheduled to speak at
this time.
Thomas Diamond
Observatory Nights:
Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory, July 15, 16, and 17,
may be obtained in the office of the Summer Session from 10 to 12
a. n. and 2 to 4 p. m. These tickets are intended for students of
the Summer Session who will present their Treasurer's receipts when
applying for them. Students desiring to avail themselves of this op-
portunity to visit the Observatory should apply for tickets at once for
the supply is limited.
Edward H. Kraus
Teachers of French:
Please note change of time of round table discussion annc
for Friday at 4:00 o'coclk to Wednesday, same hour, room 108
Problems of teaching and administration will be taken up. Meeti
not interfere with 5:00 o'clock lectures.
H. P. Thit

THE SUMMER MICHI( :. DAILY
Faculty Of Education
School Has Busy Week NEWS FROM O
Dr. John E. Stout, wean of the UNV The Dairy department of the Uni-
School of Education at Northwes- versity of Illinois operates a dairyI
ern university, visited members of products salesroom. Those in charge
the faculty of the education school odts sanesrort Thse de
here yesterday. Iof the business report that the de-
Prof. Raleigh Schorling and Prof mand for eskimo pies, ice cream,
Clifford Woody of the Uand milk drinks has increased great-
Clifor hWoodbyenoftheiUniversity, ly during the past several weeks.
who have been visiting Germany
with a party of American educators,
are plannng to return to Ann Arbor UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.-
on or about July 22. Ten University of Nebraska stu-
Prof. C. O. Davis is in Rochester i dents are constructing a glider.
New York, giving a series of lec-' The machine will be launched in
tures in educational problems be- much the same manner that a
fore the students in the summer small boy shoots a pebble with a
session at the University of Roches- sling shot. The launching device
ter. consists of a long, rubber rope at- I
State Superintendent Webster H. tached to the nose of the glider.I
Pearce will be the speaker at the While one group of helpers will
next meeting of the Men's Educa- hold the motorless plane, two other
tional club which will be held at groups will stretch the cable. This
the Union next Monday, July 15. method has been successfully used
Prof. . D. Curts is spending the on other gliders throughout the
week-end at the biological camp country.
on Douglas Lake, Mich.
Last week, Prof. Arthur B. Moehl- UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS..-
man entertained 45 members of Rare chemicals, valued at approx-
the faculty of the education school;imately $5,000, to be used in re-
at dinner at his home in Barton search, are being made in the Uni-.
hills. Lawn games were played, versity of Illinois chemical labor-
after which dinner was served on atories. Twelve graduate students
the terrace. I have taken on the work, under the
Notice:
No Smoking! Because of the fact that Newberry Hall is nqt a
fireplace building and. because it is now housing collections that are
extremely valuable and could not well be replaced, it is requested that
the "No Smoking" rule be strictly observed in and around that building.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary

SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1929

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directiontof a professor of the de-
partment.
The students are working 10
hours a day preparing these chem-
icals for next year's two semesters
of work. The materials are rare
and since many of them cannot be
purchased, it is impossible to esti-
mate the exact amount saved the
University of Illinois by the work
done in its own laboratories. It is
said that those chemicals that can
be bought are being made for one-
half what they would cost of man-
ufacturers.
UNIVERSITY OF LOWA.-Two!
large mosaic photographs made
from a height of six miles above

engineering by Lieut. James F.
Phillips, graduate of 1922. The
donor is in the service of the United
States engineering corps, detailed
with the aerial photography unit
at Dayton, Ohio. He is working
with Captain Stevens, who has
made photographs fro ma greater
height than any other man in the
world.
TEXT-BOOK . EXHIBIT
Presenting an unusual display of
text-books for in the class-room or
outside, an exhibit of primary read-
ing material is being shown in the
lower hall of the University High
school. The exhibit is known as

the University of Iowa college of the Hall and McCreary book exhib-
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Excursion No. 6:

General Motors Proving Ground, Milford, Michigan, the afternoon
of Wednesday, July 17. The extensive road and laboratory testing
facilities of the General Motors Corporation will be inspected. Party
leaves in special buses at 1 p. m. in front of Angell Hall. Round trip
tickets may be secured in the office of the Summer Session, room 9,
University Hall, up to Tuesday, July 16, 6.p. m. Price $1.00.
Carlton F. Wells

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