THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFI CIAL BULLETI N
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 SATURD.AY, JULY 3, 1927 Number 8
Excursion No. 9--Niagara Falls and Vicinity, July 8-11:
Those contemplating taking this excurion should register at the office
of Professor Kirtley F. Mather, Room G 223 Natural Science Building, not
later than Wednesday, July 6. ,
July 8, 3:15 P. M.-Leave Ann Arbor on special cars.
5:30 P. M.-Leave Detroit on D. & C. Line Steamer.
July 9, 8:30 A. M.-Arrive Buffalo.
8:40 A. M.---Leave Buffalo on special cars.
9:30 A. M.-Arrive Niagara Falls-Visit plant of Carborundum Company
or of Shredded Wheat Company, as preferred.
11:00 A. M.-Visit model of Niagara Falls at Power Company; lecture
on Development and Utilization of Water Power at Falls.
12:OOM.-Register at hotel where reservations will have been made in
2:15 P. M.-Tour of Niagara Falls Power Plant.
2:45 P. M.-Trip through Niagara Gorge on the Gorge Route, stopping
at Table Rack, Horseshoe Falls, Niagara Glen, Foster Flats, Devil's
6:15 P. M.-Dinner at hotel. f
8:00 P. M.-Cross to Canadian side for Illumination of Falls.
view throughout the present week and will be open daily from 9:00 to 12:00
and 2:00 to 5:00.
Excursion No. 2:
Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan, leaving in front of Angell
Hall, Wednesday, July 6, at 1:15 P. M., in special motor busses. The in-
spection tour of the plant, including the main departments, will be made
under factory guides. The final assembly line, however, will not be in.
Students planniing to go must buy round trip tickets ($1.50) by Tues-
day, July 5, 6 P. M., in Room 8, University Hall. Those driving their own
FOR RENT-Large front room with
north exposure. Teachers, students,
business girls or young couples.
Also garage. Dial 8544. 422 East
FOR RENT-Two singles and onel
suite. Two blocks from campus.
Continuous hot water, 311 Thomp-_
so8. 6, 7 and 8
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cars may follow the party, if desired-or may meet it at the plant office. mealsAppl. py osers ea,
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions. J_215 S. State. ' 6, 7, 8
WANTED-Private English teacher
CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB IWOMEN'S I AGUE for 2 or 3 hours a week. Dial 4843.
OFFICRS AR NAI D I8, 9, 10.:
OFFICERS ARE NAMED WILL HOLD TEA LOST-Cameo broach pin set in yel-
low gold. Lost Monday near or on
Announcement has been made of the An "at home" for women will be State street. Reward. Dial 2-1250.
officers of the Chinese Students club held on Wednesday, July 6, in Bar- 8, 9, 10.
of the University through the. office bcur gymnasium. At this time the YOU CAN LEARN typewriting, short-
of Dean Edward H. Kraus, head of the Faculty women will receive the stu- hand, or bookkeeping. Morning
Summer session. The officers are as dents. The reception is to be from 41 classes now forming. Individual
follows: Yan T. Tsang, '29M, presi- to 5:30 o'clock, and tea will be served instruction. Hamilton Business Col-
dent; Miss W. D. Djang, grad., vice- by the Women's League. Women are loge, State and Williams Sts.
president; C. T. Yang, grad., treasur- ur;ged to attend this faculty reception
er; Miss F. H. Chen, grad., recording as well as the daily teas at the same ITYPING -- Neat work, reasonable
secretary; P. K. Lee, '28, correspond- hour. prices. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.
ing secretary. No' many women have accepted the ___- 8, 9
All the Chinese students who are in- in ritation to use the parlors of Bar-
terested in the activities of the club beur gymnasium as a place to rest Subscribe for the Summer
can communicate with the president be'ween classes. They are cool and
at 611 Forest avenue, or phone 6 45. airy, and an ideal place to visit. Michigan Daily
July'10, 8:45 A. M.-Visit Cave of the Winds.
9:45 A. M.-Ride on the Maid of the Mist.
Later, visit Goat Island, etc.
4:00 P. M.-Leave for Buffalo from International R.
6:00 P. M.-Leave Buffalo on D. & C. Line steamer.
July 11, 9:00 A. M.-Arrive Detroit.
9:15 A. M.-Leave Detroit on special cars.
11:15 A. M.-Arrive Ann Arbor.
Special rates have been secured from the transportation companies, the
hotel and such concessions as the Cave of the Winds. The exact amount
of certain of these rates will depend on the number in the party. If more
than one hundred persons make this trip'the total cost for all transporta-
tion from Ann Arbor and return including the Gorge Route and the Maid
of the Mist, plus the charge for berths on the steamer and hotel accommoda-
tions will be approximately $20. This low figure is based on the expecta-
tion that three persons will occupy a stateroom on the steamer and that
two or more will be assigned the same room at the hotel. If more than
fifty but lees than oue hundred persons make the trip the total cost for
transportation, etc., will be approximately $21.50 on the same basis.
Figuring eight meals at 60 cents each the total cost of the entire trip
exxclusive of souvenirs will be between $25 and $30.
When registering for this excursion as ipdicAted above, kindly indicate
your preference as to expenditure for berths on the steamer. Indicate
the group with whom you prefer to be placed in assignment to staterooms
and at the hotel.
Indicate your ,preference "concerning which of the two plants, that of
the Corborundum Company or the Shredded Wheat Company you wish to
visit on Saturday morning.
Give your home address and occupation as these are necessary for
registration at the company plants. Place all this information on a piece
of paper to be deposited in the registration box outside the door of Room
G 223 Natural Science Building.
Foreign born students must get a permit from the American Immigra-
tion Officials before crossing the bridge to the Canadian side. Such stu-
dents should carry with them all of their passport papers.
Tickets for most of the concessions and the transportation lines are
to be on sale in Ann Arbor at a place and date to be announced later.
Watch the Bulletin Board for further announcement.
Professor Kirtley F. Mather.
An urgent meeting of the Club is scheduled at 3 P. M. Sunday, the 3rd
July in Lane Hall. All members And new Hidu students are requested to
be on time.
P. 8. Singh, Secretary.
Exhibition of Archliteptural. IS*udeut Work:
An exhibition of student work in drawing, painting, decorating design,
and architecture is hung in the West Gallery of Alumni Hall. It will be on
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