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Y, JULY 27, 1927

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 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday). '
Volume VIH WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1927 Number 27
Students in College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Students registered in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
who expect to be graduated at the end of the Summer Session must pay
their diploma fees before the Session closes.
Florence Molhr, Recorder.
Excursion No. 7-Put-In-Bay:
The members of this party will 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.
All those who intend to take this trip should leave their names in
Room 8, University Hall, immediately.
Kirtley F. Mather.
Public Health Lectures:
Mr. Newell Edson of the American Social Hygiene Association, New
Yoprk, will speak at the Dental Auditorium each day this week, at 4 P, M.
John Sundwall.
Pli5 Delta Kappa:
There will be a meeting of the fraternity, Thursday evening, July 28,
at 7 o'clock, in Tappan hall. Important business to be transacted.
W. M. Haggard, President.

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PUS AND0BUILDINGS CLASSIFIED ADS.
F OR RENT-Large front room, newly
decorated. Hot water. Dial 8544.
SYEN VA IN422 E. Washington. 27,28,29
FOR RENT-Furnished 3-room aapart-
inent, available immediately. Dial
8544. 422 E. Washington. 27,28,29
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gs and Grounds committee FOR RENT-Modern six-room house,
furnished. Possession Sept. 1.
feet of two inch pipe to be Garage. 116 White St. Phone 21351.
Palmer field. General repairs,X27, 28, 29
g, installation of new motors, LOST-Platinum wedding ring. Re-
ward. Leave at Michigan Union
ng place all over the campus. desk. 27, 28, 29
ildings receiving the most at- --____
at present are Alumni Me-
hall, North and South wings, Subscrbe For The
ity hall, old Medical biulding, Mic/li an W eeldy1'
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MODl~ERN LIGHTING namely placement,
IS CONDEMNED B Y convenience, and economy.
I CThen, by means of slides he con-
PROFESSOR HIGBIE ducted his audience from the exterior
of a characteristic building through
"Most of the lighting equipment dining rooms, halls, bedrooms, bath-
found in residenres is obsolete. All rooms, kitchens, porches, and closets,
of it ought to be junked. Not only illustrating in each case the correct
toes it prevent one from seeing what' and incorrect methods of lighting.
he ought to see but it usually injures
the eyesight." This statement is MARSh WiNS FROM DIACK
taken from the illustrated lecture onI
"The Lighting of Residences" which Mash won from Diack, 6-1, 6-4, 6-0;
was delivered by Professor H. H. Cordero from Rogvoy 6-3, 4-6, 6-2;
Higbie, of the department of Electrical Nagel from Benson 6-0, 6-1; Toevs
Engineering, yesterday afternoon in from Moore 6-2, 6-3; Richelson from
Natural Science auditorium. 6-0, 9-7, in the recent games played
Professor Higbie named certain in George Moe's all-student tennis
fundamental neessities in lighting, tournament.
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