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THE MICIIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 19

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DAILY O'FFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at thooftlice of the Dean of the Summer Session
until 3:30. excepting Sundays. 11:30 a, J.Saturday.
V7OLUME XIII , WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1932" NUMBER 14

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Excursion No. 6: . General Motors Proving Ground at Milford, Michi-
gan, will be visited Saturday morning, July 16. The extensive road and
laboratory facilities of the ,General Motors Corporation will be'inspected
under the guidance of plant engineers. The party leaves in special'buses
from in front of Angell Hall at 8:00 a. m. Round trip tickets, $1.00, must
be secured in Room 9 University Nall before Friday, July 15, 4:00 p. m.
Mathematics Club will meet Thursday, July 14, at 4:00 p. m. in 3017
Angell Hall. Professor L. C. Karpinski will speak on "Early American
Arithmetic" (illustrated). All interested are invited to attend.
Physics'.Colloquium: Dr. Werner Heisenberg will talk on "Progress
and Problems in Nuclear Physics" and Dr. E. Witmer will talk on "The
Experiments of Cockruft and Walton," at 7:15 P. M. Thursday in Room
2038 East Physics Building. Students not specializing in Physics will be
admitted only after corqultation. S. Goudsmit
Re'moval of Incompletes, College of L., S., and A., and School of Music:
Students now in residence are reminded that' any incompletes or absences
from final examinations received in former semesters must be made up
on or before the close of the first month, of this Summer Session; if not
made up, the grade of "E" will be recorded.
Pupils of the University High SchoolSummer Session will give an as-
sembly program Thursday morning, July 14, at 9:00 in he Auditorium of
the University High. School. A special feature of the. assembly is A talk
by Mr. C. E. Johansson, inventor of the Johansson Blocks which have been
so important in the recent improvements in the automobile. The assembly
will be of special interest. to students and faculty members of the sciences
and mathematics. Any member of the Summer Session is invited.
Four-week Courses' in Physical Education-Women: Women students
who wish to sign' up for the four-week courses in golf, tennis, and swim-
ming should do so this week in office 15, Barbour Gym.
The Russian Student Club of the University wishes to inform all inter-
ested that 'its affairs are carried through the summer by Mr. Vasily D.
Prianishnikoff. Anyone interested in, purposes, activities, and membership
of the Club is cordially invited to get in touch with Mr. Prianishnikoff
eitler by tellphone 6263, or by a personal call at 2505 Geddes Avenue.
Chinese Students' Club: The first social gathering of the Summer
Session will be held in Lane Hall at 8 p. m. Friday, July 15. You are cor-
dially invited' to be present.
Michigan Socialist Club: Discussion of the "Growth of a Proletarian
Literature," by Mr. Roy Norber and Mr.' Lewis Wilbur of Detroit, Room
302, Michigan Union, this evening at07:30. Everyone welcome.
Summer Women Students: There are a few opportunities for part-
time employment. Will girls who are interested please call at the office 'of
the Dean of Women? Ethel McCormick r

ing, July 13, from six to sevenj
o'clock. Bring cotton tank suits.
The Intramural Swimming pro-
gram starts Wednesday with heats
in the 25 yard free style, at the In-
tramural pool, 3:00 p. m. Entries are
open to all men students.
The Intramural Golf tournament
starts today. All men entered should
call 8109 for pairings.
School of Education-August Sen-
iors: All students registered in the
School of Education (undergradu-
ate) who expect to complete the re-
quirements for graduation by the
end of the present Summer Session
will please note the tentative list of
seniors posted on the bulletin board
of the School of Education in Room'
1431, University Elementary School.
Any person expecting a degree from
this School, whose name does not
appear on the list, should report at
.the Recorder's Ofice immediately.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder

Martwy TownIs 1anagcd y Storms in Mid-i est

Lost and Found Articles: Students
who have lost books or other arti-
cles in University buildings or on
the Campus should inquire for them
in the Secretary's -Office, Room 3
University. Hall. Articles found on
University property should benturn-
ed inito this same office.
Physics 290. Professor Werner
Heisenberg will begin his lectures on
"The Physical Principles of the
Quantum Theory" Wednesday at 11
A. M. in Room 1041.
Pi Lambda Theta will have a, din-
ner meeting at the home of Dr.
Katharine Greene Wednesday, July
13. Meet at the University Elemen-
tary School at 6:00. To make reser-
vations and! to offer cars for trans-
portation, members will please call
Miss Esther Belcher at 4121 or 8808.
Summer Plays: The third week of
the summer play season opens to-
night with the, New York Theatre
Guild comedy "AteMrs. Beam's" by
C. K. Munro. The play will continue
at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
through Saturday night.
Special Lecture on the Drama:
Thomas Wood Stevens will speak in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre this
afternoon at 3 o'clock on the sub-
Oect "Modern Theatre." This lecture
is open to season ticket holders for
the Summer Plays and'to others by
invitation. Those desiring invita-
tions call the theatre box-office.

""ssocia"e ""ressP"o" -
Tornado-like winds have caused widespread, property damage in several towns of midwestern states.
Typical of such wreckage was this scene at Vernon, Ind., where several were injured by a storm.

Teachers Upset Fagulty, 10-3;
Principals Defeat Super4, 7-1

University Becoming
Agricultural College
The University of Michigan be-
cometh agricultural.
Nobody seems to know where it
came from or who is going to eat
it, but the fact remains, neverthe-
less, that corn is growing in front
of the Chemical building.

LEAGUE STANDINGS
W. L.
Faculty .........'2 1
Principals...........2 1
Teachers...........2 1
Superintendents .... 0 3

Pet.
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leading teams will be eliminated as
the second part of the dchedule gets
under way. The Principals and the
Faculty meet for the second time
with first place at stake.

The Teachers sprung an upset yes-
terday in the Education league when
they defeated the Faculty, 10-3, and
the Principals made it a three-way
tie by handing the Superintendents
their third straight defeat, 7-1, at
Ferry field.
In defeating the Faculty the
Teachers displayed power at the bat
by pounding out 14 hits, including
two home runs, a double and a triple
by their catcher, Latshaw. The
Principals loomed as a title threat
when their pitcher, Bekken, again
demonstrated his ability in that line
and allowed but five hits.
On Thursday one of the three
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Women Students: Women stu-
dents are invited to swim in the In-
tramural Pool on Wednesday even-

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Ice Cream Cake
Punch Milk Coffee
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supplies at prices which will actually save you dollars:
IT WILL BE WORTH YOUR TIME TO INSPECT THIS
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