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TIIE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

DAILY "OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bullgtin 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 THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1927 Number 28
>eting of Graduate Students in Education:
There will be a very important meeting of all graduate students in the
d of Education on Tuesday. August 2, at four o'clock. The meeting will be
d in the Auditorium of the Natural Scien e Building. Deans Huber,
aus, and Whitney will make announcements that will be of interest to
iduate students in Education. Members of the faculty of the School of
ucation are also urged to attend this meeting.
J. B. Edmonson,
Acting Chairman of Graduate Committee
School of Education.
gro-Caucasian Club:
Members of the Club, and other summer school students or alumni in-
tsted in .fterraeial discussion, ,are invited to an informal social gathering
the home oT 0. C. Johnson, 620 Church St., Friday evening at eight o'clock,
ly 29.
Lenoir Bertrice Sith, Vice-President.

Room 8, University Hall, immediaely.
Tirtley F. Mather.
FPit Delta Kappa:
There will be a meeting of the fra-
ternity this evening, at 7 o'clock, in
Tappan hall. Important 'business to
be transacted.
W. W. Haggard, President.
Students Interested in Debating.
The debate class will hold its sec-
ond debate this evening on the ques.
tion, Resolved: "That the Republican
Party be returned to Power at Wash-
ington." The debate will be held at 8
o'clock in the Adelphi literary society
rooms on the fourth floor in Angell
Hall. The public is invited and eleva-
tor service will be available from the
first floor.
R. J. Harlan, Instructor.
GRADUATES FILL
COACHING SCHOOL
That college graduates form the
bulk of the summer enrollment is re-
vealed by an analysis of the summer
roster of the coaching school. Of the
139 students registered 84 are college
graduates and six of these have re-
ceived more'than one degree.
A further analysis of the statistics
shows that of the 84 graduates, 49
have received A.B. degrees and 39
B.S. degrees while there are only 3
who hav received LL.B. and 3 who
have received M.A. Outside of the
number who have graduated with reg-
ular degrees there are 13 who have
graduated from Normal schools.
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Today and Friday
THE WALTZ DREAM
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lese Students Pink:
The party will leave Wesley Hall at 3:00 P. M. Saturday, July, 30
versity Forest Farm. Reservation can be made before Friday noon.
Yun T. Tsang, President.

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STELLA
DALLAS
fi- OLiVE HitGiNS PR4 fTY
QdgppdforircreeN 6y FRANCES M11IQN
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04dents In College of Literature, Seiece, and the Arts:
Students registered in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
"o expect to be graduated at the end of the Summer Session must pay,
thier diploma fees before the Session closes.
Florence' Mohr, Recorder.
Exeurslon No. 7-Put-In-Bay:
The members of this party will leave Detroit at 9 A. M. Saturday, July
U, on fte Steamer Put-in-Bay. About four hours will be spent on Put-In-
Aay 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
p~sengers direct to the boat. These busses will meet the boat upon its
a4ival Saturday evening, and return directly to Ann Arbor. Members of
tht party may make their individual attrangements 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 Priday noon,,
Jiy 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

You Al no
Stetla Dallas
Se sfound evereitv
ow and village. Belle
Bennett portrays the love
' is girls o deftly,
deeply,,that you lover her
despite her weaknesses,
N ber *despite" errors,
weep with her as she
weeps, reoice as she ye-
loices, suffer as she sufers
all because her sins are
of the heart, and of the
heart alone.

An Expression of
the Ultima te in
SUMMERFROCS
The height of smartness is achieved in our lovely
summer frocks
The newest Parisian style notes caught and ac-
cruately translated into frocks for your type--and
purse.
Close at 6 P. M. Saturday

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expense ,wfll total about 50 cents.
Ali those who intend to take th
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FOR RENT-Modern six-room house,
furnished. Possession Sept. 1.
Garage. 116 White St. Phone 21351.
27, 28, 291
LOST-Platinum wedding ring. Re-
ward. Leave at Michigan Union
desk. 27, 28, 29
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