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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER~MICHh I4 DAILY

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Publicaton 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. I
m. Saturday).
Vol. IX TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1929 No. 19
Notice to all Candidates in any School or College, Expecting Degrees or
a Certificates at the Close of the Summer, Session:
All diploma and certificate fees must be paid before the Faculty votes'
recommendations for the conferring of such degrees or certificates.
Such fees may bepaid at any time and will be refunded if the degree is,
not conferred or the certificate voted. Proper blanks are to be filled out
at the office of the school or college in which the candidate is studyingI
auring the Summer Session.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University
Observatory Nights:7
Tickets are still available for Wednesday evening, July 17th, and"
may be obtained in the office of the Summer Session upon presenta-{
tCon of the Treasurer's receipt.
Edward U. Kraus
Museum of Classical Archaeology:
The Mumeum of Classical Archaeology in Newberry Hall will be
open from July 10 to August 15 at the following hours: T.Th. 8:30 toI
11:30, 4 W. F. 2:15 to 4:30.
J. G. Winter
Student Notice:
Students wishing eyes tested at the Health Service should secure
appointments at once.
Warren E. Forsythe, Director k
he Michigan League
227 South Ingalls Street

Phi Delta Kappa: Pests Infest Orchards
The weekly luncheon will be held this noon at 12:05 at the Michigan
Union. Prof. Joseph Roemer of the University of Florida will be the (By Associated Press)
speaker at this luncheon. The meeting will be over in time to allow EAST LANSING, July 15.-Michi-
attendance at 1 o'clock classes. gan has been paid its annual visit
Wesley C. Darling, President by the Rhagoletic pomonella. The
Excursion No. 6: farmer recognizes the invasion as
none other than the footless and
General Motors Proving Ground, Milford, Michigan, the afternoon white apple maggot which has
of Wednesday, July 17. The extensive road and laboratory testing brought heavy damage to the fruit
facilities of the General Motors Corporation will be inspected. Party belt in past years.
leaves in special buses at 1 p. m. in front of Angell Hall. Round trip The trail of the maggot was a
tickets may be secured in the office of the Summer Session, room 9, spotted one last year. Its damage
University Hall, up to Tuesday, July 16, 6 p. m. Price $1.00. ranged from light injury in part of
Carlton F. Wells spotted one last year. Its damage
in other sections of the state.
Physiological Chemistry 101:
The lectures which correspond to the work of the first semester
of the second year medical curriculum will begin on Wednesday, July
17 at 7 o'clock, in the West Amphitheater of the West Medical Building.
Students who have been enrolled for this part of the Summer Session
course (corresponding to Physiological Chemistry 101b of the regular P o we r ,
school year) should report at this time.
H. B. LewisGi
Educational Conference:
Superintendene H. R. Keyworth of Hamntramck, Michigan, will speak
on the subject, "A Philosophy of Education" at the afternoon confer-
ence at 4 o'clock today in the Auditorium of the University High School. A SHOWT a YOU
Thomas Diamond TO M
Vocational Guidance:
For those interested in the field of Vocational Guidance there will
be another opportunity to examine the Vocational Guidance Exhibit
which was brought together for the Cleveland Convention. Mimeo-
graphed copies of the complete bibliography of the material may be
obtained from the person in charge. This Exhibit will be on display
in the east corridor of the University High School today.
George E. MyersM 0

TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1929
Drill For Oil In State
(By Associated Press)
GRAND RAPIDS, July 15- Oil
drilling operations havebeen start-
ed near Lost Lake in Freeman
township, near here.
Although this is the first well to
be started in Clare county nearly
all the available land has been
leased for gas and oil purposes by
several oil companies.
A development company has been
organized among the business men
of this place and a large tract of
land purchased for oil develop-
ment.

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