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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
English Aviator To
Try Atlantic Flight
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LAILY OF'FICIAL. BULLETIN
iblication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
e University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
itil 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
>liuie VIII SUNI)AY, JULY 17, 1927 Number 19

his course will meet at 3:00 o'clock Monday, July 18, Room 301 Uni-
r Library.
his meeting will be devoted to discussiati and examination of several
dealing with French Civilization in certain aspects. These volumes
served at present on the shelves of the Graduate Reading Room 2. All
sted are welcome.

All members are requested to be present at a luncheon at the Michi-
gan Union, Women's Room, on Tuesday, July 19, beginning promptly at 12.
The purpose is nomination of new members and to get acquainted.
August Seniors-School of Education:
All students who expect to complete the requirements for graduation
from the School of Education at the end of the present Summer Session will
kindly note the list posted on the Bulletin board in Tappan Hall. Any
person expecting a degree from the School of Education whose name does
not appear on this list should see the Recorder immediately. Office hours:
10:30-12 A. M., 2:30-3:30 P. M.-
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
The Brosseau Foundation:
The University has received the first of five annual installments estab-
lishing a loan. fund to be known as The Brosseau Foundation, given by Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred J. Brosseau, of New York City. Under the terms of this fund
it will be possible for the University to make loans, in approved cases, on a
somewhat less conservative basis than past limitations have imposed. That
is, The Brosseau Foundation does not limit its benefits to seniors or juniors
and, when justified, loans of a larger amount can be made from it than it
has been practicable to make from funds previously in the hands of the
Regents for loans. Loans from this fund are not available to students in the
Law School, in the Medical School, or in Fine Apts.
Interested parties should communicate with Dean Joseph A. Bursley,
chairman of the commi'tee.
Shirley W. Smith. Secretary and Business Manager.
Woluen's Educational Club:
The Women's Educational Club will meet on Tuesday at 6:30 at the
Haunted. Tavern. Miss Helen Martin will s eah on "The Child As Poet."
Reservations must be made in the office of the School of Education before
9 o'clock on Tuesday morning.

Capt. F. T. Courtney

Who hopes to fly his all-metal Dor-
nier-Napier monoplane from London
to New York city and return. The
journey across to the United States
will be made by way of Ireland and
Newfoundland, while Captain Court-
ney hopes to make the return trip
with a non-stop hop from Long Is-
land home.
V AULT COMPLETED
Some valuable law books need a
safe place. The vault under the An-
gell hall steps, has been chosen be-
cause, unlike the Law building, it is
fire-proof. New ventilators are be-
ing installed to eradicate the present
mustiness in the vault, and when the
changes are completed the most pre-
cious books and manuscripts from the
Law library will be placed there.
TODAY ANrD MONDAY
First run in Ann Arbor
"THE WRECK"
Tues.: "OH BABY!"
(Its Great)
R.AEu

The Men's Educational Club will meet on Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock
the Michigan Union. There will be "stunts" by the skperintendents, prin-
pals, teachers, faculty, and bookmen. Professor Kirtley F. Mather of Har-
rd University will speal on "The Teaching of Evolution in American

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