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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 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, .1927 Number 4
To the Memibers of the Faculty:
The Board of Regents at their meeting June 17, adopted the following
rules for the reimbursement of persons lsing 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, he 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
2. When reasonably adequate common carrier 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 thej
points covered, provided always that the trip, at that rate, has been duly l
authorized on proper requisition in advance, by the authorized Dean, or
other proper dlepartmental official, or by the President or Secretary. The

Tennis Added To
Women's Athletic
List For Summerl
Many sports are being offered for
Ithe women in the summer session.
Contrary to previous announcement
instruction will be given in tennis.
There will be a class every afternoonj
at 4 o'clock. Coaching in strokes
will be provided for beginners, and it
is expected that a court near the cam-
pns will be available immediately. j
Golf hasaproved very popular.tThere
are still a few vacancies in the 10,'
o'clock and 3 o'clock sections. Play-
ers must bring their clubs.
Beginning swimming will be given
daily at 2 and 3 o'clock in Barbour
gymnasium. Intermediate and ad-
vanced swimming will be given in the
Michigah Union pool, the fee being
$5 for 25 swims. The pool is open
to women daily at 9 and 10 o'clock,
so instruction can be had two, three
or five days a week.

A, pparel for the


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Bridge, Country Club,
and Picnic Frocks of
Youthful Charm
New-these new frocks just the last word in
apparel for the afternoon bridge or country
club. Informal enough for these popular
summer occasions-yet smart and extremely
becoming. In cool summer silks, tub frocks
and prints. -One and two piece models.
Many of our daintiest summer frocks are
fashioned of georgette or chiffon. Gay flut-
tering, flattering gowns. The fabrics printed
in one of two extremes: the amusing great
sprawling designs or the tiny little novelty
printed patterns. With bloused bodice, or the
quaint bolero back. Tailored or ribbon and
flower trimmed. Daring color combinations.

rule of authorization in advance is not to be waived except in cases of Praticeningboi playingan LflU
genuine emergency. l ingrbasketball is scheduled for 2
1'clock daily.
3. Charges for parking space (or equivalent garage storage) will bej There wil be classes in natural
allowed in addition to seven cents per mile, or common carrier fare. g
4. Only one fare or one charge of seven cents per mile will be allowed dancing, clogging, and folk-dancing
: for beginning and advanced students.
even though the driver carries a passenger or more than one passenger Instruction in social dancing for men
on University account. (Persons using their cars on University account are and women will be held each Tuesday
reimbursed; they are not selling transportation to the University.) and Thursday evening from 7 to 8
5. Any person driving his own or another privately owned car while o'clocik, beginning July 2.
traveling for the University, does so on his own account and not -as an All of the above courses are free
agent for the University; he assumes all risk of accident to property or with the exception of advanced
persons, either of himself or others. (No person is asked to drive his own swimming, and those interested are
or another's car on the University's account-he does so only on his own requested to sign up in the gymna-
choice or initiative. He may always use a common carrier, even though sium immediately..
it may be more expensive or though the route may not be convenient as to
time or location. The University can and does insure all automobiles owned
by the University, including public liability risks; it cannot possibly cover Show Features
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 W hite Elephant
liability whatever either for accident or injury to property or persons. --_
It must, therefore, be expressly understood, as above stated, that any person The sacred white elephant of Burma
driving his own car while traveling on official business for the University, will be one of the main attractions
assumes all liability for accident, property, damage, or personal injury, of Ringling Borthers and Barnum and
of any .nature whatsoever.) Bailey's Combined Shows at their next
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary. appearance. It is claimed that Pawah,
the white elephant, is the first of his
Excursions: kind ever brought to United States,
Summer Session students who wish to take the first excursion around and the first to be found in over three
Ann Arbor boulevards, residence sections, the University Libraries, and the hundred years. The company is un-
Michigan Union, on Thursday, June 30, should leave their names in the der bond to return him to the Bur-
DAILY 'OFFICIAL BULLETIN CONTENTED ON PAGE FOUR jmese at the close of the circus sea-



$25.00 and $29.75
Smartly swagger, graceful lines, gay materials--these
are the outstanding characteristics of this new collection of
charming new sports coats. Practical-because they're made
of soft, fine all wool fabrics that will not easily wrinkle.
Becoming because of their clever cut and careful styling.
Gay plaids, mixtures as well as a goodly sprinkling of the n
popular blazer stripes.
$19.75 and $29.75
New sweaters--and such sweaters. In a multitude of
hues-in a dazzling array of gay new patterns. Slip-on
sweaters for sports wear-a sweater to go with every cos-
tume-each one of novel weave. Wool or wool with rayon
-in all sorts of Jacquard type patterns. In vivid colorings,
in sombre hues, with boat neck, with crew neck, with turtle
neck. At various prices.

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in Design


Yet Delicate
THE steel industry demands and is
using Otis Furnace and Bell Hoists
for their modern blast furnaces.
These may be in continuous opera-
tion night and day for periods of
from three to seven years,-depend-
ing upon business and life of furnace
lining. Hence the Otis Hoist and
Otis automatic controlling mech-
anism must be extremely reliable
and constructed to withstand the
severe strains and wear imposed by
years of continuous service.
One of the most important fea-
tures in connection with furnace
hoists is the question of continuous
operation. The machines must be
entirely dependable, so that there
will be no shutting down for re-
pairs, as it is a very expensive matter
to shut down a complete blast fur-
nace, which would be necessary if
the hoist were out of service.
The filling of the furnace itself is
done by one man, all operations
being so interlocked that the opera- v
tors cannot deviate from the pre-
scribed schedule. The furnace is
filled by means of skips operated by c
Otis automatic electric hoisting s
machines. The materials used are r
ore, coke and limestone, each load E
of a kind being dumped into the r
skip from a car carrying material r
from the bins. 1
As the skip reaches the top of s
the furnace, it automatically de- t
livers the material onto the upper i








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valve or small bell of the furnace.
As the skip starts down, an auto-
matic device starts the small bell
operating mechanism, allowing the
mall one to open and deposit the
material on the lower valve or large
bell. After a number of predeter-
mined loads of the various mate-
rials have been deposited on the
arge bell, the automatic device
starts this into motion, allowing
he full load to slide off the bell
nto the furnace.
Cities of the World

In no other cigarette do
men find such natural-
ness of taste and charac-
ter-and what, after all,
can be better than that?


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