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TUESDAY, JUNI28, 1927 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY -OFFICIAL iOULLETIN
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. n. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume VIII TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1927 Number 3
To the Members of the Faculty:
The Board of Regents at their meeting June 17, adopted the following
rules for the reimbursement of persons using their own automobiles while
traveling on University business.
1. Any person traveling on the Univesity's account within the State
shall have the alternative at all times of using his own car with reimburse-
ment therefor in the amount of the usual common carrier rate between the
points covered by his journey. (When common carrier service is adequate-
ly available, the University cannot, properly be charged more than a car-
rier fare. If the traveler desires to use his own car for his greater pleasure,
his convenience, or other easons, lie may do so, but the Univesity will re-
imburse him only to the extent of what it would have cost the University
for him to make the journey by rail, interurban, or bus or other common
carrier.
2. When reasonably adequate common carier service is not available
any person traveling for the University may use his own car with expec-
tation of reimbusement at the rate of seven cents per mile between the
points covered, provided alway§ that the trip, at that rate, has been duly
authorized on proper requisition in advance, by the authorized Dean, or
other proper departmental official, or by the President or Secretary. The
rule of authorization in advance is not to be waived except in cases of
genuine emergency.
3. Charges for parking space (or equivalent garage storage) will be
allowed in addition to seven cents per mile, or common carrier fare.
4. Only one fare or one charge of seven cents per mile will be allowed
even though the driver carries a passenger or more than one passenger
on University account. (Persons using their cars on University account are
reimbursed; they are not selling transportation to the University.)
5. Any person driving his own or another privately owned car while
traveling for the University, does sso on his own account and not as an
agent for the University; he assumes all risk of accident 'to property or;
persons, either of himself or others. (No person is asked to drive his own
or another's car on the University's account-he does so only on his own
choice or initiative. He may always use a common carrier, even though
it may be more expensive oir though the route may not be convenient as to
time or location. The University can and does insure all autohobiles owned
by the University, including public liability risks; it cannot possibly cover
such risks in the case of privately owned cars driven by their owners or
others,, and for this reason it cannot and does not consent to assume any
liability whatever either for accident or injury to property or persons.
It must, therefore, be expressly understood, as above stated, that any person
driving his own car while traveling on official business for the University,
assumes all liability for accident, property, damage, or personal injury,
of any nature whatsoever.)
Sbhirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Excursiois:
Summer Session students who wish to take the first excursion around
Ann Arbor boulevards, residence sections, the University Libraries, and the
Michigan Union, on Thursday, June 30, should leave their names in the
Summer Session Office, Room 8, University Hall. Only by having such
advance information (by Wednesday, June 29, 9 P. M.) can adequate auto-
mobile transportation be assured. Tour starts Thursday, June 30, at 2:30
P. iM., from the steps of the University Library. There is no charge for
(lDAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN CONTINUED N PAIGE FOUR)

SIXTY-SEVEN STUDENTS ATTAIN
ALL A'S FOR SECOND SEMESTER
Sixty-seven students in the Univer- K. Signaigo, Highland Park; Paul
sity achieved perfect averages for the . Steketee, Grand Rapids; Virginia
semester just closed, according to the C etand G rnd C.aTids;y, rA n a
statistics published yesterday. Nine- C Tice and George C. Tilley, Ann Ar-
teen of these were Ann Arbor stu- bor; John D. Todd, Beaumont, Tex.;
dents. In, the literary college 47 Royal W. Wtlters, Battle Creek; Ed-
achieved all "A" records, while 17 ward L. Warner, Detroit; Doris M.
in the engineering college equalled Watkins, Wilford, and Benjamin H.
this record and 2 pharmacy students Wells, Grand Rapids.
had no grades lower than "A". The College of Pharmacy
list of all "A" students follows: Donald S. Breischer, Newark, N.
Literary College Y., and Richard C. Bryce, Two Har-
Guy H. Amerman, Ann Arbor; Anna hors, Minn.
B. Arnold, Beloit, Wis.; August F. Engineering College
Avery, Ann Arbor; Ruthe E. Banfleld, Alexis P. Bukovsky, Ann Arbor;
Iropwood; Kathryn S. Bennett, De- Samuel Firestone, Detroit; Edward
troit; William W. Bishop, Jr., Sue G. F. Fisher, Cleveland, 0.; Allen D.
Bonner and Inez M. Clark, Ann Arbor; Forbes, Belleville; John A. Hapke,
Edward 0. Curran, Escanaba; Robert Milwaukee, Wis.; John C. Hastie,
M. Dickey, Cleveland Height, 0.; Grand Rapids; William R. Hough,
Bessie V. Egeland, Edith V. Egeland Ann Arbor; Benjamin F. King, Grandr
and Mary Carter Emery, Ann Arbor; Rapids; John W. LeMaitre, Jr., Lock-
Ferdinad A. Fendler, Detroit; Marjo- hart, Ala.; Robert J. MacMeekin,
rie E. Follmer, Vicksburg; Moses Grand Rapids; Otsuhi W. Mlyanaga,
Frohlich, Ann Arbor; Richard C. Jacksonville Beach, Fla.; Milo F. Ohr,
Fuller, Friendship, N. Y.; Elanor A. Monroe; Harold T. Ross, Mendon;{
Gaiser, Celveland, 0.; Jean A. Gil- Wilburn C. Schroeder, Jackson; Henry
man, Ann Arbor; Marion M. Kiely,j C. Walker, Elgin, Ill.; Warren L. Wet-
Saginaw; Marion V. Higgins, Ann Ar- more, Painted Post, N. Y., and Frankt
bor; Vert E. Johnson, Chicago, Ill.; Worel, Detroit.
Lester P. Kauffman, Cantos, 0.; Mar- Architectural College,
jorie R. Kunze, Beaverton; Allan Mc- Maria L. Crane, Ann Arbor.1
Cune, Petoskey; Elizabeth A. McIn-
tosh,- Kokomo, Ind.; Tom I. Mack, NEW YORK, June 27.-Col Charles
Cincinnati, 0.; Russell L. Malcolm, E. Lindbergh will remain in seclusion
Ann Arbor; Morris Melnik and Dan with friends in New York, devoting
W. Myers, Detroit; Mary K. Orr, Ann himself to private conferences with a
Arbor; Harold A. Ott, Detroit; Roger sre
A. Pack, Ann Arbor; William B. Pal- view to entering commercial aviation,
mer, Imlay City; Orsamus M. Pearl, until he takes off for Ottawa, Harry
St. Johns; Laurence Preuss, Utica, H. Knight said today. Mr. Knight
Ill.; Jerome N. Sampson, Chicago, Ill.; was one of the 9t. Louis backers of
Dorothy A. Seeber, Saginaw; Frank the flight to Paris.
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Safety Congress To seniors received degrees at thex
.7I ercises this year.
Convene Here T od ay-
CrIf all the alumni were as faithful
The Michigan branch of the Na-fas those who lead the reunions, what
tional Safety congress will open its a institution this would be!
first annual session this afternoon at CLASSIFIED AIDS.
the Union and Natural Science audi-
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will be more than 400 delegates. single $4; or double $6. No other
George Burke, Ann Arbor attorney, roomers. Phone 8196. 624 So. Div.
will deliver the address of welcome FOR RENT--At 930 Dewey, comfort-
at the opening session. Ernest F. able room in private home. Two
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Wishart of Grand Rapids will also Phone 5035.
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Nine group sectional meetings will LOST-German Police dog. Finder
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TO SAIL SATURDAY
Beginning a summer vacation trip,
President Clarence Cook Little left
yesterday, afternoon for New 'York,
from where he will sail for Europe
Saturday. President Little was ac-
companied by his children, Mrs. Lit-1
tle having left earlier.

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