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THE SUMMER MICMGAN DAILY

SATURDA'Y', JULY 19, i930.

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DAILY OF FICIAL BULLETIN

CHINESE YOUTHS LEARN TO FLY
IN AMERICA; PLAN PACIFIC HOP

I01 tie summer Session unti 3:30, excepting Sunaays. 11:50 a.m.
Saturday.
VOL. X. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1930. NUMBER 17
Students, College of Engineering and Architecture: July 21 is the
final day for dropping a course without record. A course may be drop-"
ped only with the permission of the classifier after conference with thes
instructor in the course. Only in special cases, for good and valid rea-
sons, will permission to drop a course be given after this time..
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
It is planned to oil University Hall driveway today, and it will be,
closed until Monday morning, July 21,
C. E. Pardon, Superintendent '
Buildings and Grounds.
The Women's Education Club will meet on Monday evening at 7:15.
at the League building. Mrs. Esther M. Cram, Regent of the University,
will speak and meet- the students informally following the meeting..
All women on the campus are invited to attend.
Former Students, Michigan State College: Men students of the
Summer Session and others in the vicinity of Ann Arbor who are grad- :
uates or former students of Michigan State College will meet after the,
Men's Educational club meeting next Monday, July,21, to determine thea
date for a reunion and to confer on the program for the reunion. Every-;
one interested should make a special effort to attend.
Former Students, Western State Teachers College: A dinner has
been arranged for Tuesday evening, July 22, in honor of President O.1
B. Waldo. All former students of Western State Teachers' College are
urged to be present. The dinner will be held in the Women's League
building at 6:30 O'h"clock. Those who expect to attend will report to .:.
Thomas Diamond at Room 4018 University High school before Saturday *..*
noon. The price of the dinner will be one dollar and twenty-five cents............................... ............. .
Former Students, Central State Teachers College: A dinner has Albert Jung Harvey Tongj
been arranged for Thursday evening, July 24, in honor of President E.
C. Warriner. All former students of Central State Teachers College are By KEEN A. RAFFERTY China, and they are preparing to
urged to be present. The dinner will be held in the Women's League Central Press Staff Writer go back to the Orient as soon as
building at 6:30 o'clock. Those who expect to attend will report to BALTIMORE, July 18.-Sergeant possible to impart their knowledge
Thomas Diamond at Room 4018 University High school before Sat- Stuart Dietz, of the Maryland Na- to other ambitious young aero-
urgay noon. The price of the dinner will be one dollar and twenty- tional Guard, and an instructor n minded Chinese.
five cents. . And they have adopted a typic-
aviation for an airport in Balti- ally American way of getting back
Special Lecture: Professor C. L. Meader will lecture Tuesday, July more, is ready to tackle pretty near- to China; they have tentatively laid
22 at 4:15 in Room 231, Angell Hall on "The International Language, ly anything; he has taught every- plans ,to fly across the Pacific from
Esperanto." The public is invited, body from manicurists to financiers San Francisco to Hong Kong, just
to make it a real homecoming.
something about flying airplanes. _omakei__area__homecomng.
Dr. Helen Pratt Advises Moderation in Food, But when it came to teaching a '"st!!!ilIlliIIIiillIIIIlIIlIIIIlIi~lii
Clothing, Activity for Women During Summer Chinese to handle the controls,
1without knowing any Chinese, f Among the Best
Insisting that it was too hot to fat foods inasmuch as such foods Dietz pretty nearly went back into c
even think in such blistering weath- tend to increase the rate of metab- civilian life._at-
er, Dr. Helen Pratt, of the Univer- olism in one's body. Not onlysdid Dietz know no Chi- = Reasonable Prices
eD.HlnPatofteUve olminoesu.nese -his pupil knew plenty of -
sity Health Service was finally en-, According to Dr. Pratt a moder- Chinese and no English. F
joined upon to offer some cooling ate amount of cool foods, fruits and But Dietz tackled that job, too,
advice on hot weather hygiene for vegetables tables is very desirable and made good. Now Albert Jung, DINING
students in the Summer Session. and beneficial in the summer time. of the Kuomintang, or Nationalist
"Even though common sense as Commenting upon activities on governing party in China, is flying ROOM
regards diet, clothing, and exercise the golf links, tennis courts, and in around over Baltimore, and even
should direct most of us, there are the swimming pool, Dr. Pratt again talking about "tail-spins" and "fu- . Clean, cool and with -
some people who must be jogged up stressed the important element of selages," and Sergeant Dietz has excellent service.
on the simple rules of practical hy- moderation and advised against learned some good solid Chineseer
giene," said Dr. Pratt. "Be moder- over-activity in any sort of exer- words.-: Only one block north from
ate in all three respects." cise, not omitting the too-feverish Both Jung and Harvey Tong are Hill Auditorium.
"During these hot days, it is well pursuit of sun tan which is so much in Baltimore to become experts in
to omit from one's diet meats, and in vogue. f aviation for the government of , umnmmm lnnmmmm!!m

The Spotlight,
By J. C. X.
Well, girls, how are the boy'
friends holding out? Or better yet,
are you still holding out on the boy
friends?
Now my room-mate and I, after
many hours of great mental strain,
finally hit upon a splendid idea for
increasing our percentage with said
sex.
At present we are staging a little
play called, "How Two Can Live as
Cheap as One on Seventy Cents a
Day." Personally I think it would
be a good example for the "Reper-
tory Players" to study. Because we
sure are putting out heart and soul
into it. Ah! The first, last, and al-
ways greatest attribute of a great
artist.
It really is wonderful what you
can accomplish financially without
a bunch of sorority sisters and the
rest of the college to keep up with.
No more hours spent drinking cof-
fee at 'The Parrot'. Instead, our
favorite indoor sport is dunking
doughnuts at home.
More fun. But imagine such ple-
bian actions in the regular session.
P.S. I'll bet Rolls wishes it were
a more up and coming column. For
if it were it would be running this
true story of its own co-eds instead
of that Lewdia and Maraschino,
what have you, idea.

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Michigan Daily. 15, 16, 17
LOST-Saturday morning probably
on campus - pair glasses in
brown leather case. Mynette
Long, 106 Tappan Hall or call
3378. 17, 18, 19
L OS T - (near libary)-Howard
open face gold watch. Watch,
chain and knife probably attach-
ed. Reward $10.00. Call at 322
N. State or phone D. S. R. Rice
at 9544. 17, 18, 19

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