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EXAMINAT~ION O'
D AIL Y OFFICIAL BUL'LIEIN Examinations n (101olgeo 1.
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of erature, Science and the Ar t,Lu
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session neering and Architecture, andi ".,_
until 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturday). cyanintecolsfDnitr
Volume VIII lFItI1)AV AUG1,TST 1 ', I1927 Number 41 and Education will be given Wednes
day, T'hursday and Friday of nex°t,
Examinirtaion Schedule: week. They will last two hours.
The xamnatonsto e gvenat he los oftheeigt weksSesion Seven o'clock classes will meet for'
The exaintritoaeivrdacetthe wsc heue itweeonspaesioexamination Wednesdlay from 2-4:
ill be conducted io'sriockscofrome 4-6;te 9choulelocnte on pge 3
Of the Announcement of the Summer Session. Tusa -0 0ocok -;1
Edwad hl.,Itaus" o'clocks Friday, 3-10; 1 o'ciocks 10 -

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College 'of 1Literature, Science, and the Arts: l
All Students wishing to have their reco~rds transferred t~o any schoolt
or college oan this campus or elsewhiere should leave their nallnes in the
Recorder's Office, Room 4, University Hall, sometime this week.
Florence Mohir, Recorder. (
The Class in Short-Story IWriting:
Mr. George Pierrot, Editor of the American Boy, will speak to the class
hi Short-story Writing at 9 o'clock this morning, Room 225, Angell Hall.
Students interested are invited to attend.
I~hiC.e1l. Thorpa.
PiDeaKap:Remember the steak fy at the Lake Saturday, August 13. Meet, at
Tappan Hall at 3:15 sharp. Bring your car if possible.
W. W-laggard, President.
rhO All Students Hlaving Library Books:
1. Students having in their possession hooks drawn from the Univer-
sity Library are notified that such books are due Monday, August 15, before{
th1e impending examinations.4
2. Students who have special needs for certain books between August
15 and August 22 may retain zuch hooks for that period by application
t1o the Office of the Superintendent of Circulation on or before August 15.
3. The names of all students who have not cleared their records at
the Library by Wednesday, August 17, will be sent to the Recorder's Office,
where their credits will he held up until such time as said records are
cleared, in compliance with the reg~ulations of the Regents.
W. IV. Bishop, Librarian.
NEWS BRIEFS CLASSIFIED ADS.
(B soitPes ETROIT, Aug. 11.-The famous i 1'OlR RENT\'--Three room completely
flying team of "We"-Col. Charles A. 1Uiih~ apartment, available im-
Lindbergh and his "Spirit of St.! iiediately. For young couple, teach-
Louis"-made additional aviation his- e °s, nurses or business girls. Phone
tory today. They persuaded Henry ! 54 422 E. Washington. 39, 40, 41
Ford and his son, Edsel, to make their t LOST-Sunday. ____horn___rimmed______
first flight. Visibly well-pleased by ;anes in or near Arcade Theater.
their experience, both the motor king l Notify Miss Healy, 9837. 41
and his son then took a second ride ---
in one of their own tri-motored all- F01RSALE-_-Ford Roadster, 1924, for
metal planes, while Lindbergh alter-$ sale. Call 8974 41
hated at the controls with Harry I FRRN -laatsemHae
Brooks, chief Ford pilot. ,IFRRN1-laatsemhae
Ireom for coming school year. Reas-

12; 2 o'clocks Thursday 10-12; 4
o'clocks 2-4; 4 o'clocks Friday 2-4:' -
and irregular classes Fr'iday 4i

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BAY CITY, Aug. 11.-Forty-one
farmers of the Saginaw valley and
Thumb districs are trying out fiveE
acres of Hardigan alfalfa as a, seed
crop, as a result of the alfal_:1 t'--rLe a
y1ear". On several Vo, etaoin slirdlu
,e Eastern part of Michigan this year.
0n several of the farms~, alfalfa has
beeni a good hay crop io ieas
The farmis are located in aMd
land,. Sagina-w, Isabella andGrto
counties.

onaly priced. Phone 5035. 411
FOR RENT-Upper duplex five rooms,
bath, sleeping porch; garage if -de-
sired. 905 orest Ave. Phone 6137.
41, 41, 43
NOC IC' --Driving North After School?
NVill gladly share expenses, furnish
eoii'ipmy, and help drive. Home
nerCheyboygan., Phone or write
1. 3 and I will see you personal-
lv. 41, 42, 43.

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