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1927

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

DA ILY . CBULLETIN
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. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume VIII TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1927 Number 26

Public Health Lectures:
Mr. Newell Edson of the American Social Hygiene Association, New
York, will speak at the Dental Auditorium each day this week,, at 4 P. M.
John Sundwall.
Men's Educational Club:'
The Men's Educational Club will hold a meeting at 7 o'clock this
evening at the Michigan Union. Mr. Harry J. Tillotson, Business Manager.
of the Athletic Association, will discuss "The Distribution of Tickets for
Football Games," and Professor Kirtley F. Mather of Harvard University
will speak on "The Teaching of Evolution in American Schools."
The Committee.
The Women's Educational Club:
The Women's Educational Club will meet at 6:30 this evening at
the Haunted Tavern. Miss Mabel Bragg, Assistant Superintendent of Schools
of Newton, Massachusetts, will be the speaker.
The Committee.
Excursion No. 7-Put-1im-Bay:
The members of this party wial leave Detroit at 9 A. M. Saturday,, July
30, on the Steamer Put-In-Bay. About four hours will be spent on Put-In-
Bay Island and the party will return to Detroit about 8, P. M. Special
busses will be provided, leaving the Michigan union at 7 A. M., and taking
passengers direct to the boat. These busses will meet the boat upon its
arrival Saturday evening, and return directly to Ann Arbor. Members of
the party may make their individual arrangements for transportation to
and from Detroit by train or interurban if they prefer to do so. The
round trip bus fare will be $2.00. Reservations for the bus must be made
with Mr. Wells, Room 8, University Hall, not later than Friday noon,
July 29. The round trip boat fare is $1.00. Arrangements are being made
for reduced rates in connection with admission to the caves, etc.; such
expense will total about 50 cents.
Al those who intend to 'take this trip should leave their names in
Room 8, University Hall, immediately.
Kirtley F. 1father.
Phi Delta Kappa:
Do not forget the luncheon at the Union today at twelve o'clock. A
good speaker is on the program.
W. W. Haggard.
One sixth of the entire public To avert a shortage of water such
budget, or $1,500,000,000, wa' sspent as has been felt in Chihuahua, Mex-
during the fiscal year ended June, jlico, recently, officials plan to sink a
1925, for the upkeep and building of number of wells and pump the water
roads and highways in the United
States. . into the city.

HAMMILL SCORESI
TARIFFPROGRAM
(Iv Associated Press)
Governor Hammill of Iowa scored
the present tariff policy and pleaded
for equality to the agricultural in-
terests of the nation in his address
yesterday before the annual Gov-
ernors' conference now in session at
Mackinac Island.
"Western farmers in the future will
study the tariff as they never have1
done in the past and will exert their
influence in the direction which they
determine to be for their best inter-
ests regardless of their past politicall
and economic affiliations," declared
Gov. Hammill.
After reviewing the history of agri-
cultural troubles since the world war
and demonstrating the causes of the
farmers' difficulties, the Governor de-
fended the recent farm relief bill and
remarked that it was significant that
the forces which have opposed the
bill developed by the farmers had
failed t6 bring forth an adequate sub-
stitute for it even while admitting the
necessity of national action.
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