THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
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DAIL IOUF ICIAL BULL I I N
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.
Air Model Champion
TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1930
Afternoon Conference on Education. Professor George C. Kyte will
discuss "Using the Course of Study" at the conference Tuesday, July,;
8th, at 4:00 p. m. In the University High School Auditorium. All who
are interested in Education are urged to attend.
Pi Lambda Theta Organization Meeting. All members of all chap-
ters are invited for the summer chapter, Tuesday, July 8th at 7:30 at!
the League. The room is posted on the bulletin board. E. L. Belcher
Piano Class for Beginners: Will meet in room 305 at the School off
Music on Monday and Thursday at 10:00 All students are eligible to
take this course. No previous study is required. Consultation in room
305, Tuesday 1:00-3:00. Guy Maier 1
Department of English: My classes will meet in the following rooms:
English 45--8:00-2219 AH. English 32-9:00--2203 AH. Englishj
31-10:00-2215 AH. Robert D. Horn
Excursion Number 2: River Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company.
Start in front of Angell Hall at 1:00 p. m. Round trip direct to plant;
and return by auto bus. Reservations in Room 9, University Hall.
Tickets $1.00. Trip ends at 5:45 p. m. Ann Arbor. Carlton Wells.
Afternoon Conference on Education. At the Conference on Edu-
cation to be held Wednesday, July 9th, at 4:00 p. m. in the University
High School Auditorium, Professor Clifford Woody will speak on "The
Decrolay Experimental School." Students interested in Education are
urged to comae.
Women's League Tea: The Women's League will honor Dean and
Mrs. Edward H. Kraus and Miss Lucy Elliot at tea in the League gar-
den from 4 to 6 o'clock on Wednesday. All women students are cor-I
dially invited. Isabelle Rayen
Summer President of Women's League
Admission on Transfer, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
All students now in the summer session expecting to enter the College
of Literaure, Science and the Arts on transfer next fall, who have not
presented their cases, are invited to do so at once. I shall be in my
office every morning this week and on Monday and Tuesday of next
week from 9 to 12:15. In case of necessity, afternoon engagements may
be made by appointment. It should be noted that July 15th will be
the last date for these conferences. John R. Effinger
Exhibition, College of Architecture: Work by students in the Col-
lege of Architecture is now on exhibition in the corridors and large
exhibition room of the Architectural building. This is open daily
throughout the week from nine a. m. until five p. m. All work con-
sists of studies in architectural design, building construction, drawing
4nd painting, decorative design and clay modeling. Visitors are cor-
dially invited. Emil Lorch 1
TRAIN AT WORK
(By Associated Press)
MADISON, Wis., July 7. - Uni-
versity of Wisconsin athletes choose
their summer vacation occupations
with an eye toward next year's ac-
tivities on gridiron, t r a c k and
court. Reports from the Badger
coaches indicate that most of their
young huskies who will be back
next year have sought outdoor avo-
cations for the summer.
The range of their activities is
wide and varied. A favorite job is
that of life guard on the beaches.
Big "Moose" Kruger, varsity foot-
ball center, is acting as a life guard
on the Y. M. C. A. beach sector of
Lake Mendota. Walter Gnabah,
husky fullback and weight tosser,
I who is likely to be given a trial in
the Cardinal line in September,
Jake Sommerfield, varsity baseball
pitcher, Ted Chmielewski, basket-
ball captain, and Art Cuisinier,
sophomore football and baseball
man, are watching the swimmers
on Chicago beaches. Russ Rebholz,
fleet varsity halfback, is trucking
heavy freight in a Madison ware-
Characterizing "A Lady of
France," a recent novel by Grace
Stair, of Detroit, as "a carefully
prepared interpretation of a period
of French history, based on au-
thority and so little colored by per-
sonal views that it must, in my
opinion, take its place as an au-
Joseph Erhardt, thoritative work," Dr. Alexander G.
St. Louis, Mo., youth who cap- Ruthven, president of the Universi
tured two first places in a model ty of Michigan, has recommended
plane contest sponsored by the that the library of the university
American Boy magazine. The prize secure copies of the book for ref-
was a trip to Europe. 1 erence.
Intramural Sports: First two rounds of play in tennis, golf, hand-
ball, squash, and horseshoes must be completed by Saurday, July 12.
Drawings are now in vogue at Intramural Building. Paul R. Washke
Printed copies of house rules are being sent to the head of each
approved house; these are identical with those distributed during the
year. Also announcement is being made that the signing of slips will
be due twice during the summer, on July 18th and August 15th, and the
house heads have been requested to submit these.
Glider Club: A Glider Club meeting will
the West Engineering Building on Wednesday,
interested are invited to attend this meeting.
A specialty for
Prompt service. Experienced operators.
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be held in room 348
July 9, at 7:30 p. m.
314 South State St.
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