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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University Copy received at the office of the Summer Session until 3:30;
11:30. a. i, Saturday.

Excursion No. 3, Ford Plant: Wed-
nesday, July 5-A visit to the Ford
industries at River Rouge will bet
made the afternoon of Wednesday,
July 5, leaving Ann Arbor for River
Rouge at 12:45 o'clock and returning
to Ann Arbor at 5:30 o'clock. The
inspection tour will include the mo-
tor assembly plant, the final assemb-
ly line, the open hearth steel mill,E
and the rolling mill, and a motorbus{
tour of certain other portions of thist
great industrial area. Chartered
buses will take the party directly to
the several places visited.
Excursion No. 4-Niagara Falls,
July 7, 8, and 9- For Summer Ses-
sion Students, their friends, and citi-
zens of Ann Arbor-Cost approxi-
mately $15. Round trip bus fare, $8.
Tickets must be purchased from the
Summer Session's Office before 5
p. m. Wednesday, July 5. The party
meets at Natural Science Building
and will leave for Niagara Falls.
promptly at 1 o'clock Friday after-
noon, July 7. Arriving at the Falls
Friday evening, the party will have
the opportunity to see the spectacu-
lar play of vari-colored searchlights
upon both the American and Cana-
dian Falls. On Saturday a tour will
be made of the Gorge Route in the
chartered General Motors Parlor Car
Bus in company with Professor Law-
rence Gould, geologist, explorer, and
famous for his antarctic expedition.
The party will leave Niagara Falls
Sunday morning for Ann Arbor by
way of a different Canadian Route,
arriving here early Sunday after-
noon. For details not here explained
call the Summer Session's office.
Wesley H. Maurer
English 232: Studies in Elizabeth-
an Drama will meet on Monday and
Wednesday from 2-4 in Room 3212
A.H. instead of Tuesday and Thurs-
day from 2-4 in Room 221 A.H.
School of Education Students: All
students now in residence having
courses recorded as incomplete (I),
or. absent from Examination (X)
must complete their work in these
courses by July 26. If, because of

extenuating circumstances, a student
is unable to complete his work by
this time, a request for an extension
of time, with the written approval
of the instructor, must be presented
at the Recorder's Office of the School
of Education.
In cases where neither a supple-
mentary grade nor a petition for an
extension of time is received, the
courses will be recorded with grades
of E.
Juniors concentrating in English:
The qualifying examinations in for-
eign language and English required
of students planning to con centrate
in English (see p. 101 of the An-'
nouncement) will be given on Thurs-
day, July 6, from 1:15-4:00 o'clockj
in 2219 A.H. L. I. Bredvold
Southern Club: There will be a
meeting of the Southern Club on the
steps of Angell Hall at 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday, July 6. After the Busi-
ness meeting there will be a water-
melon cutting. There will be a couple
of short talks by distinguished fac-
ulty members. Every southerner
urged to come. D. L. Smith, President
Candidates for the uegree of M.A.
in English: Examinations in foreign
languages will be given on Thursday,
July 6, from 1:15-2:00 o'clock in
2219 A.H. A reading knowledge of
French, German, or Latin is required
of all candidates for the Master's
degree. L. I. Bredvold
Dr. L. W. Keeler will speak on
"The Educational Program of a
State Prison," Thursday afternoon,
July 6, at 4:10 in Room 1022, Uni-
versity High School.
University Symphony Orchestra:
Rehearsals every Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday at 2:00,
in the School of- Music Auditorium.
All students in the University are
eligible to try out for orchestra.
University Summer Session Mixed
Chorus will meet Wednesday, July
5th at 7 p. m. instead of the regular
rehearsal at Morris Hall on Tues-

diay, Open to all stucdents 0f the UnI-
versity.
University Men's Glee Club: Meet
at 7 p. m. Wednesday instead of reg-
ular Tuesday rehearsal at Morris
Hall. Open to any one who cares
to sing.
Entries for intramural sports in
handball, tennis, squash, horseshoes,
and swimming should be made at the
Intramural Sports Building by July
10.
Prof. C. L. Meader will lecture Fri-
day, July 7th at 5 p. m. in Natural
Science Auditorium on "Tolstoy's
Teachings." This lecture which is
sponsored by the Tolstoy League is
open to the public.
Presbyterian Young Peoples So-
ciety: All students interested are
cordially invited to attend a get-
together and dance Tuesday eve-
ning at the Church House, 1432
Washtenaw Ave.
All Campus Golf: All students in-
terested in participating in an all
campus golf tournament should turn
in qualifying score at the Club
House, University Golf Course by
July 10.
Michigan Repertory Players: "The
Romantic Young Lady," G. Martinez-
Sierra's light comedy, translated
from the Spanish, will open in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre on Wed-
nesday night. The play will be pre-
sented Wednesday, Thursday and
Saturday nights at 8:30. Please note
that there will be no Friday night
performance on account of the Uni-
versity reception.
Michigan Repertory Players Sea-
son Tickets: In order to accomodate
those people who were unable to se-
cure season tickets during the first
week of the summer play season, the
sale will be continued this week only
at a special reduced price. The sea-
son ticket coupon books formerly
priced at $3.50 are now on sale at
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CONTINUOUS TODAY
15c to 6 P.M. - 25c after 6
-TWO BIG FEATURES-
Barbara Kent - Sally Blane
Lucien Littlefield
"PRIDEf'OF THE
LEGION"
________and
',.Una Merkel - Zasu Pits
in
"SECRET WITNESS"
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Matinees

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Air

Ends Wednesday
I COVER THE
WATERFRONT"
CLAUDETTE COLBERT - BEN LYON - ERNEST TORRENCE
Thursday
RUTH CHATTERTON in "LILLY TURNER"
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Cartoon, too. J M
EDDIE CANTOR
in
"THE KID FROM SPAIN"

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