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FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

D ail y O Effici al Bulletin
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
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 XI THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1931 NUMBER 9
Excursion No. 3-Niagara Falls and Vicinity: The Department of
Geology will conduct the Summer Session excursion to Niagara Falls as
it has for many years. The trip is open to all students of the Summer
Session and their friends. The party leaves at 10:43 p. m., Friday,
July 10, via the Michigan Central Railroad.
This year the excursion is being taken under very favorable circum-
stances, the total cost being less than $25.00, which is the lowest for a
number of years. This total includes expenses for all the important
features at the Falls as well as for railroad fare, hotel accommodations,
and the like. Nearly two days will be spent in the Niagara area.
Further information concerning the itinerary and trip details is
available at the Summer Session office, room 9, University Hall. Reserva-
tions must be made in the Summer Session office before Thursday,
July 9, 5 p. m. W. H. Hobbs
General Reception: A11 students are cordially invited to attend the
informal reception to be given by the faculty in the University of Michi-
gan League Building on Friday, July 10, 8:30 to 11:30 p. m. Dancing.
Edward H. Kraus
Ph sical Eiduca.tinn for Wme n:V y Four weeks non-crecdit c.lass in

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Golf, Swimming, Tennis, and Tap D
run until July 31.
1'wo weeks classes in Tennis and7
July 13.
Register for these at the desk in
6 p. m.
Rhythm Class for Children: A1
four to eight years of age will be held i
day afternoons at three o'clock. No f
University Women-Swimming Pa
party for all University women studen
The group will meet at Barbour Gymna
at one of the nearby lakes. All tho
ticket at the office of .Physical Educat
fifty cents which includes bath-house
portation will be fuinished. All those
their tickets before Thursday noon.
Intramural Sports for Men: First t
handball, and horse shoes must be c
Drawings are now posted on bullet
Building.
Pi Lambda Theta is having a picn
home tonight, July 9, at 6:00. Cars v
mentary School at 5:45. All membe
invited to join this summer group. Pl
sity 490 or 8808 to reserve place.
Students Interested in Pictures for
of color reproductions of the works of
main floor hall of the University High
lars in regard to prices and pictures
attendant.
University Students and Faculty:
at Betsy Barbour, Wednesdays at the
Jordan Hall, from 4 to 5:30.
Social
Chinese Students' Club: The firs
Students' Club will be held in Lane Ha]
All Chinese Students are requested to
Public Health Nurses: A tea will 1
enrolled in the University Summer Se
4 to 5:30 p. m., at 1700 Fenwood Drive
Enjoy A ~
Luncheon (
QUIET LY S
in th
MAIN DININ
Luncheo
Dinners
Phone 23

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aneing will start this week and
Tap Dancing will begin Monday,1
Barbour Gymnasium, 9 a. m. to
Rhythm class for children from
n Barbour Gymnasium on Thurs-
ee will be charged for the class.
rty: There will be a swimming
ts interested on Friday, July 10.
asium at 5:30. Swimming will be
se interested should purchase a
ion for Women. The fee will be
e facilities and supper. Trans-
who wish to go should purchase
Margaret Bell, M.D.
wo rounds of play in tennis, golf,
ompleted by Saturday, July 11.
in board of Intramural Sports
Paul Washke
.ic supper at Mrs. K. B. Greene's
will meet at the University Ele-
rs of any chapter are cordially
ease call Esther Belcher, Univer-
E. L. Belcher
School Use should see the exhibit
great artists being shown in the
School this week. Full particu-
available may be had from the
You are invited to tea Tuesdays
e League, Thursdays at Mosher-
Director of Summer Session
t social meeting of the Chinese
ll at 7:30, Friday evening, July 10.
be present.
K. C. Lee, Secretary
be held for Public Health Nurses
ession on Sunday, July 12, from
., corner of Grange and Ferdon.
Barbara H. Bartlett
Splendid
or Dinner
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ns 75c
$1.00
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The rise of the Brooklyn Robins
in the National League and the St.
Louis Browns in the American have
been the feature of the major lea-
gue races during recent weeks. The
Robins were admittedly a good
team when the season opened, but
have spent some time finding them-
selves. In the case of the Browns,
however, the rise has been one of
a weak team which was doped to
have only an outside chance of get-
ting anywhere.
Brooklyn closed its home stand
of 20 games Sunday, and when the
dust had cleared away, 16 of those
games were on the black side of its
ledger. The Robins got consider-
able kick out of the fact that the
last three wins, scored in succes-
sion, found John McGraw's New
York Giants on the losing end. The
Giants are the team that Uncle Wil-
bert Robinson's clan always is gun-
ning for. That series placed the
Robins in third place, only a half
game behind the Giants.
The Browns have never won a
pennant in the junior circuit and
in the last few years have been
kicked around in the second divi-
sion. Their present winning streak
has been one of the most satisfac-
tory to the faithful few in the
Mound City that they have ex-
perienced in years. It included
wins over the mighty Athletics and
three out of five over Washington
as well as victories over other teams
in the league that have visited St.
Louis. As a result the Browns are
now in fifth place, not far below
the .500 mark and dangerously

close to the fourth place inaians.

Charlie Griffin, Michigan State's
great wrong-sided pitcher, has
proved an enigma to Michigan dur-
ing the last two years. He has met
Ray Fisher's charges four times and
has humbled them each time. And,
to make matters worse he hardly
had to do more than toss out his
glove n the final contest this year
to win.
In his first appearance a yea
ago, Griffin won by a 3 to 1 margin
That day it was Griffin at bat as
well as in the turret. In the final
game of the 1930 season, he yielded
12 hits, but Dick Montague:, Michi-
gan's starting pitcher, had so lit-
tle to recommend him, that State
won 8 to 4. Then, in the first of
this year's three game series, Grif-
fin won by an identical score, 8 to
4. Lefty McKay gave up five runs
in the first two frames of the con-
test, with the result that Michigan
was unable to catch up. The sea-
son's finale saw Griffin hold Michi-
gan to seven hits, and with his
mates clouting Kiegler, won by a 5
to 0 score.
Verne Compton was on the hill in
the two games in which Michigan
defeated State this year and last.
A year ago he defeated the Spar-
tans 6 to 3 and this year 3 to 1.
He never hooked up with Griffin
in any sort of duel. And now
through school, while Griffin has
another year before him.
The writer once saw Griffin work
in a contest advertised as being a
state championship high school
game. Griffin then was pitching'

ANNUAL NIAGARA F
IS TRADITION TO
Professor William H. Hobbs Has
Conducted Student Tour
For 26 Years.
By Marion Thornton.
For more than a quarter of a
century, in fact, since 1904, the an-
nual excursion to Niagara Falls has
been conducted by Pro:. W.H. Hobbs
of the geology department. The
route has recently been over the
Detroit and Buffalo navigation
lines, which necessitated missing
Friday afternoon and Monday
morning classes.
This year, for the first time, the
expedition will go by way of the
Michigan Central railroad, making
a saving of several dollars in fare,
as well as the fact that no classes
will be missed.
Last January's phenomena, the
great nichecaused by the fall of
rock from the American cataract
increases the interest of this year's
trip, since it will be the first oppor-
tunity to observe the results of the
crumbling away of the famous
waterf all.
Party meets at the Michigan Cen-
tral railway station where a spec-
ial Pullman car will leave at 10:43
Friday night, and arrive at Nia-
gara Falls at 6:15 Saturday morn-
ing. Special cars will conduct the
group on the Niagara Gorge rail-
way, giving a chance to see scenes
of extreme geological interest, as
well as noted beauty spots, or in-

THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1931
ALLS EXCURSION
NOT ED GEOLOGIST
dustrial plants in the neighborhood
of the falls.
Summer Session students and
their friends, or anyone interested
in making this excursion un-
der the able direction of Professor
Hobbs, are reminded to register be-
fore 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon,
July 9, at the Summer Session of-
fice, where further information
about the expedition may also be
secured.
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
-In a recent vote, students here
chose football as the sport they pre-
ferred to watch and swimming as
'the one in which they preferred to
participate.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO -
Dean W. H. Spenser recently stated
that business men's criticism of col-
lege graduates as high-handed and
inadaptable was largely caused by
feeling against higher education.

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for Shelby, and he was opposed by
Eddie Folger, ace of the Detroit
Northwestern staff. Northwestern
won 8 to 2, but it was only because
Griffin's support flopped complete-
ly. Northwestern on the other
hand played championship ball be-
hind Folger.

Dine in the hospitable
atmosphere of- an old-

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Social Dancing Classes: Faculty and students are urged to enroll in
advanced social dancing classes on Mondays and Wednesdays, 7:30 to
8:30, Barbour Gymnasium. Beginners meet at 7 o'clock. Six lessons
for $1.50.

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Methodist Students are cordially
invited to an informal reception to
be held Friday evening, July 10th,
at Wesley Hall, from 7:30 to 8:30
o'clock. Light refreshments will be
see ved.

We have all makes
Remington, Royal,
Corona, Underwood
Colored duco finishes.

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