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Many Stiff Necks
One little girl with a southern ac-
cent may wake up today with a stiff
neck-all because she went on the
tour of the campus, first of the Sum-
mer Session excursions, yesterday.
The girl in question stood on tip-
toe and craned her neck in order to
better view the ceiling of the Law
Library. And she was not alone. More
than 125 others paused and rubber-
necked at the same spot in the course
of the afternoon.
After a visit to the Lawyers' Club,
vhere some just couldn't believe the
dining hall could be a dining hall-
rather an auditorium or a chapel-
the group proceeded to the Union
where the genial Mr. Waltz led the
way to the tower, with the group
waltzing behind. Many oh's and ah's
fell from the tower as the view un-
folded, but no oh-ers or ah-ers.
Much later passers-by on North
University or Ingalls Streets could
see doll-like figures leaning over the
railing at the top of the Burton Me-
morial Tower. The excursion group it
was, at the end of their tour, listen-
ing to Mr. Sidney F. Giles play the
Charles Baird Carillon.
Meanwhile the group had visited
the General Library and the Clem-
ents Library, and some had ad-
journed to see the Naval Experimen-
tal Tank. All seemed pleased with the
tour, the University and the-no!
not the weather.
The Michigan Christian Fellow-
ship welcomes students to attend its
Sunday afternoon meeting at 4:30
in the Fireplace Room of Lane Hall.
The group was formerly known as
the Christian Student Prayer
Group. There will be singing, a talk
by a Chinese student, and refresh-
Christian Reformed and Reformed
Church services will be held Sun-
day, July 2 at the Michigan League
Chapel. Prof. J. G. Van den Bosch
will conduct both the 10:30 a.m. and
the 7:30 p.m. services. Services will
be held twice a Sunday during the
entire Summer Session.
The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information
has received notice of the following
United States Civil Service examina-
tions. Final date for filing applica-
tion is given in each case.
Senior Field Assistant (Entomol-
ogy) Salary, $2,000, July 3.
Junior Field Aid (Entomology)
Salary, $1,400, July 3.
Under Field Aid (Entomology) $1,-
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Second Folio Of Shakespeare
Is Shown At General Library
Europe's jittery nerves find no solace in Poland where maneuvers of
troops and heavy artillery (as seen above) reflect that nation's tense
anxiety over an increasingly grave international situation. Poland's
motto at present is the same as the Boy Scouts' "he prepared."
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 p.m.; 11:00 a.m. Saturday
With a snappy salute, Gen. Aur-
elio Goes Monteiro, chief of Bra-
zil's army, acknowledges the colors.
He's touring the United Staten-as
a guest of top-ranking army men.
Leaves Ann Arbor
Prof. Clifford Woody of the School
of Education will leave this morn-
ing for Central State Teachers Col-
lege at Mount Pleasant. Following
a day there, he will go to Northern
State Teachers College at Marquette
where he will stay Monday, return-
ing here Wednesday.
;Professor Woody, graduate adviser
to the four Teachers Colleges of the
State, will assist and advise the col-
leges in regard to the program of
graduate studies being offered there
under the direction of the University
of Michigan Graduate School.
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