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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHI: K-4 DAILY

THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1929

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DA-ILY1 OFFICIAL BULLE[TIN
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 THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1929 No. 21
Special Lecture:
Dr. Edgar Stern-Rubarth, editor-in-chief of the Wolf Telegraph
Agency of Berlin, will lecture on "Franco-German Relations" Friday,
July 19, at 5 o'clock in the Auditorium of the Natural Science Building.
Edward H. Kraus
Students of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
According to the rules of this College, courses dropped after July 20
Will receive an E grade.
John R. Effinger
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,1
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
Women's Education Club:
The Women's Education Club will be held at the "Fireplace" on
Monday evening, July 21. Members will meet at the Women's League
Building between 6 and -6:15 o'clock where cars will be provided for
those who wish to ride. In order that the committee may know how
many to prepare for, it is necessary that those planning to attend sign
up before Friday noon with Lydia E. McHenry at 101 Tappan Hall.
A charge of fifty cent will be collected at that time. Teachers or
teachers-to-be on the campus are invited to attend this picnic.
Lyda E. McHenry, Secretary
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
Educational Conference:
Professor A. B. Moehlman will speak on "The Technique of a State
Educational Survey" at the Afternoon Conference to be held at 4:00
o'clock today in the Auditorium of the University High School,
Thomas Diamond

Wilder will speak on "The Notion of Curve in Mathematics." Graduate
students in Mathematics and all others interested are cordially invited
to attend.
N. C. Fisk
Palmer Field Tennis Courts:
Because the tennis courts on Palmer Field have been so monopolized
by men players the Department of Physical Education for Women feels
obliged to enforce the ruling that no men will be allowed to use the
courts from 2 to 6 p. m., daily except as playing guests of the women.
The women are again informed that they always have ,precedence over
mixed singles or doubles. Alice Evans
Cosmopolitan Club:
All *foreign students are cordially invited to a Cosmopolitan Club
picnic-hike on Saturday afternoon, July 20. The group will meet in
front of Lane Hall at 2:30. A small charge will be made for the
supper. No reservations necessary.
The committee on arrangements regrets that, by an unfortunate
coincidence, the Chinese Student Club had also scheduled a picnic for
this Saturday afternoon. The committee's notices were in the mail,
however, before the conflict in dates was discovered and it was then
too late to allow a change in date.
Sharkeshwari Agha, Vice-president
Students Who Took the Niagara Falls Excursion:
Will the members of the party who took snap shots be so kind as
to leave their films at the Quarry"Drug Store this week in order that
thers who attended may order prints? The films and prints will be
on exhibit at this drug store July 22, 23, and 24, at which time orders
may be placed. The films should be called for by the owners several
days later. J. P. Rowe
To Students in the Department of ----
English:
Much stenographic work on thes-
es and reports has of late become __ mt
so bad that some action has be-
come necessary to check it. Stu-
dents are warned that they will be
held responsible themselves for theI ]
neatness and accuracy of all work
handed in, and that careless work
will not be accepted.
It is suggested that students se-
lect stenographers with great care
and have an understanding in ad-
vance that careless work will not
be paid for. Recently two students
have had to throw away work A H
which cost them over $50. _
Louis I. Bedvold

Social Dancing Class:
Four additionan lessons will be given, continuing Tuesday and
Thursday evenings, from 7 to 8 o'clock, at Barbour Gymnasium. Tickets
will be one dollar each. No single admissions will be given.
Obtain your tickets at the last lesson of the first series, Thursday
night, July 18, or in office No. 15 Barbour gymnasium, this week.
Meldon Ratliff
Oklahoma Club:
All people from Oklahoma please advise the undersigned by mail
at 1407 Brooklyn Avenue whether you will or will not be able to attend
a steak fry on Huron River Thursday evening, July 25 at 7 o'clock.
Give full address and telephone number so you can be further advised.
if another evening proves more convenient, it will be arranged.
Roy J. Burroughs

HALLERS
STATE STREET JEWELERS
At Liberty Street
Repairing Watches Jewelry
SPECIAL ORDER WORK

Mathematics:
The Mathematicalt
room 3017 Angell Hall.
ing up a Library on

Club will hold a meeting at 4 p. m. today, in
Professor L. C. Karpinski will talk on "Build-
the History of Mathematics." Professor R. L.

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