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THE SUMMER MICHIG d.LDAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1929

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D A ILY OFFI1CIAL BULLETI N
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.
m. Saturday).
Vol. IX WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1929 No. 20
Students of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
According to the rules of this College, courses dropped after ,fuly 20
will receive an E grade.
John. R. Effinger
Women Students:
All women students are invited to the tea from 3:30 to 5:30 this
afternoon in the garden of the Women's League Building.
Dorothy Woodrow
Chinese Students' Club:
Picnic to Whitmore Lake, July 20, Saturday. Party leaves at 1:30
p. m. from Wesley Hall. Reservation must be made before Thursday,
night from K. K. Liu, K. T. Tsang, Arthur Yao, or Paul Feng.
A. Chang
Mathematics:
The Mathematical Club will hold a meeting at 4 p. m. Thursday, in
room 3017 Angell Hall. Professor L. C. Karpinski will talk on "Building
up a library in the history of mathematics." Professor R. L. Wilder will
speak on "The notion of curve in mathematics."
cordially invited to attend.
Graduate students in mathematics and all others interested arel
N. C. Fisk, Secretary
Educational Conference:
Superintendent W. W. Theisen will speak on "Supervision in a City
School System" at the'Afternoon Conference at 4 o'clock today in thej
auditorium of the University High School.
Thomas Diamond
Student Notice:
Students wishing eyes tested at the Health Service should secure'
appointments at once.
Warren E. Forsythe, Director
French Teachers:
The round table discussion on problems of interest to teachers will
take place this afternoon from 4:00-5:00 o'clock in room 108 Romance
Languages Building.
H. P. Thieme

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__________ been made out for the emergency ployed would be swelled with the
N E W S F ROAM OT H ERR OL LE GES by one of the staffs, leaving onlyI reformers."
the actual time to be filled in.
Nebraska-Higher scholarship was one day every year, when the jour- Within a few minutes after the Nebraska.-Fraternity men and
made by women and women's or- nalism students of the University of news was received, a fire engine women maintained their lead over
ganizations than by men at the Colorado take over the manage with screaming siren was carrying non-fraternity students for the first
University of Nebraska during the ment of the two' city newspapers. i the posters down Boulder's main semester, a report compiled in the
past semester. The report showed Two rival classes compete in the street, ending triumphantly before office of Dean of Students Affairs
that every sorority rated higher work and a spirited duel for scoops the office of the dejected rivals. indicates. The report also shows
than average. Both men's and wo- is the result. that the scholarship average of
men's organizations maintained The best example of student abil- Butler- "Our moral rules were women and women's organizations
their lead over non-fraternity stu- ity occured two years ago, when not acquired all at once. They came is higher than that of men.
dents. they were in charge on the day the to us like the rules of football-
biggest news break in several years through playing the game," said 11inois.-Eleven Illinois freshmen
Colorado-The city of Boulder was flashed into Boulder-"Lind- Dr. Schailer Matthews, dean of di- have earned the right to wear the
can expect great activity at least i bergh lands in Paris." Posters had vinity school at the University of Phi Eta Sigma key, according to G.
Chicago, in his address on "Our IHerbert Smith, assistant to the
on exhibit at this drug store July 22, 23, and 24, at which time orders Bewildered Morality," made to stu- dean of men, and grand secretary
may be placed. The films should be called for by the owners several dents, faculty and friends of But- of the national honorary scholastic
days later. ler university on Honor day. "Our fraternity for freshmen.

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Notice Women Students:
Appointments for medical examinations, whether for Physical Edu-
cation, Hygiene Courses, or otherwise, should be made immediately.
Edith P. Sappington
Graduate Students:
Registration for the second four week period courses in Education
takes place in the office of the Graduate School, room 1014 Angell Hall,
on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning of this week.
Students enrolled for the entire Session who expect to pursue
courses of the four week period should be sure that such courses appear
on their election cards which are on file in the Graduate School office.
Ruth A. Rouse

morality has been precipitated by
the experience men have had in
trying to get along together," he
went on to say.
Dr. Matthews insisted that good
people do not always have good
sense, that they may be fussy with-
out being wise, and that such peo-
ple are a dangerous adjunct to so-
ciety. "If all people were good," he
declared, "the ranks of the unem-

Colorado.-Each issue of the Col-
orado Engineer published this year
has been judged by the Engineer-
ing Colleges Magazine association
to be of class "A" rating. Certain
standards which are set forth by
the asociation have been met by
the editors of the magazine, thus
attaining for it a distinction which
few others can boast.

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Students Who Took the Niagara Falls Excursion:
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to leave their films at the Quarry Drug Store this week
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