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THE SUMMER-MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 1,

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 1,

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.
VOLUME X TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1930 NUMBER 2
Excursion N. 1-Ann Arbor and Vicinity: Summer Session students
who wish to take the first excurison around Ann Arbor boulevards,
residence sections, the Stadium, the University libraries, and the Michi-
gan Union, on Wednesday, July 2, should maze reservations in the Sum-
mer Session office, Room 9, University Hall. Tour starts at 2:30 p. m.
from the steps of the University Library. These reservations should be
made by Tuesday, July 1, 6 p. m.
This excursion is intended especially for students in Ann Arbor for
the first time. There is no charge for this trip, automobiles being
furnished by citizens of Ann Arbor. Carlton F. Wells.
Faculty and Students in Education: An assembly of the students
and faulty of the School of Education will be held in the auditorium
of the University High School at 4:15 p. m. At this meeting important
announcements will be made and an opportunity will be given to become
acquainted with members of the faculty. All students, graduate or
undergraduate, whether enr~olled in the School of Eduation or not, are
invited to be present.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
Women's Education Club: The first meeting of the Women's Edu-
cation Club will be held on Wednesday, July 2, at 7:15 o'clock in the
Uave Room at the Women's League Building. All women who are in-
terested in teaching, whether enrolled in the School of Education or
not, are invited to attend. Cleo Murtland
political Siv nce 161s: The subject of this course is the Law of
War and of Neutrality. It may be taken by students who have had
the Law of Peace under the same number. R. T. Crane.
Faculty, College of Engineering: It is suggested that members' of
the Faculty furnish the Assistant in charge of the Engineering Library,
or of the East Engineering Library, lists of all books which will be need-
ed for reference and which should be put on reserve, for courses of-
fered by them during the Summer Session.
Engineering Library Committee,
W. W. Denton.
"sychiology 212: The class will met Tuesday, July 1, in Rooin 3126,
N.S. at 3 o'clock to arrange hours. B. D. Thuma,'
Men's Educational Club : Organization meeting on the third flour of

Michigan Union Building. From 7 to 8 o'clock. All men are urged to
attend. Thomas Diamond
Changes in Address for the Summer Session Directory: All thoSe
who have changed their address and wish to have the same corrected
please notify the office of the Summer Session Wednesday evening.
George A. Spater
Glider Club: A meeting of the University of Michigan Glider Club
will be held in Room 348 W. Engineering Building at 7:30 Wednesday,
July 2. All interested may attend this meeting.
Rhetoric 101s: The class will meet in Room 3231 Angell Hall.
Edward S. Everett.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
All students enrolled with the Bureau for teaching positions and
who are attending the Summer Session should call at the office this
week and fill in Location Blanks. This is very important.
Lucille Brooks.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
All students enrolled in the Summer Session are eligible for enroll-
ment with the Bureau. The office will be open from 8 to 12 a. mn. and
2 to 5 p. mn. daily, except Saturday. Students are urged to register this
Iweek as no fee will be charged. After Saturday, July 5, it will be nec-
essary to charge a late registration fee. Lucille Brooks
Students of Dr. Nadai: Students who are planning to take the
course offered by Dr. I. A. Nadai in the Summer Session will meet Wed-
nesday, July 2, at 1 o'clock, in Room 348, West Engineering Building, to
arrange hours.
Louis A. Hopkins.,

C LA.SSIF IED
ADVERTISING
HELP WANTED - FEMALE-
Teachers (175)-f or High School
and Grades wanted at once.
ICONTINTENTAL TE A C H E RS'
AGENCY, 3i6 Brooks Arcade
Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah.
TEACHER of piano and pipe organ.
Emmg Fischer Cross, formerly
on the School of Music Faculty.
Extensive study abroad. 610 E.
Liberty, Apt. 8. Phone 3566.

FOR RENT-Rooms including fur-
nished apartment for young
couple, teachers, graduate or
business women. Also garage.
Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 E. Wash-
ington.
Want Ads Pay
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-
2,30 7 students have registered for
the Summer Sesion here. The ed-
ucation school leads with 1.142 en-
rolled, and the arts and sciences
school is second with 356.

Mail is being held in the Office of the
University Hall, for the folowing:
Mr. Da-Tung Djang
Miss Marian Durell
Mr. Walter P. Ewalt
Senor Pastor Barcia
Mrs. Doris Howard Goodwin
Dr. B. S. Guyten
Mr. C. W. Hood
Miss K. Khandwalla
Mr. K. 0. Kuersteiner
Mr. C. C. Phipps
Mrs. Hugh Reiber
Dr. D. M. Risch
Mr. Horace G. Rokskopf
Mr. Fred Rudder
Mr. S. H. Sankas
Miss Marguerite Schmidt
Mr. S. R. Sharpless
Mr. Han Van Woo

Summer Session, Room 9,

Moore, Parker, Conklin
Fountain
Pens
40%
Discount
For the First
Week of Summer School
Calkins-Fletcher
DRUG COMPANY

I

324 S. State
South and East

State and Packard
University

" I

First Week

PRODUCTION
DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH

Presents

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The'.Michigan
RKepertory Players
FChester M. Wallace
Directed by Elmer W. Hickman
LValentine B. Windt
In a series of seven prominent plays at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday Evening throughout the Summer
7EASESON
E H

By Philip Barry
The sophisticated comedy
of the
younger set

This Wednesday,

Thursday,

Friday,

and

I Saturday
ALL SEATS-75 CENTS
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN
PHONE 6300
TICKETS $ 400

Secure them now at State Street Bookstores or at the Box Office
Season membership entitles the member to one reserved seat for any
one performance of each production, as well as to all other Play Pro-
duction events.

T LAUGHS
7A comic tragedy with
intimate, glimpses of
domestic and social life that
make entertainment of the
highest quality.
The First Year
By Frank Craven

e SINCERE
8 A sincere study of
middle-class family life
with its comedy and its pathos.
By the author of last year's
Pulitzer Prize winner.
Close Harmony
By Elmer Rice
and Dorothy Parker

O TNHRILLING
A spectacular produc-
tion of this thrilling
and exciting story by the fa-
m o u s Frenchman. Elmer
Hickman has dramatized the
novel and will direct the pres-
entation.
Three Musketeers
By Alexander Dumas

- MOWN

10
century.
the story
ByS-

A
of
3tel

ODYSSEY
A poetic drama
of the ;late 19th
dramatization of
the Ulysses.
flysses
:phen Phillips:

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